Nora: What are we watching?
Nora: Those meerkats are wearing no clothes! Give me the clicker, now!
Kevin: Ok, fine, but no cooking programs!
Nora: Give me the clicker!
Nora: This is dumb, hanging out here waiting for him.
Kitty: Well, do you really want to go on a tour of a video arcade or a two dollar movie theater? He could be hiking in Griffith Park for all we know.
Nora: I know, I know.
Kitty: You should've put one of those things they put on dogs so you can track 'em.
Kevin: So, any plans for this afternoon?
Nora: You know, it is so funny. The minute the funeral was over, then virtually every single conversation of the past three weeks has contained some variation of 'Are you keeping busy, are you filling your days, are you moving on?'
Kevin: So are you?
Nora: Yes! Yes! Sometimes. And then sometimes it gets very, very quiet.
Kitty: There's just no escaping him in this house.
Kevin: No, there never was.
Kitty: You know, I lived in New York for so long, I barely saw him. I shouldn't be missing him this much.
Kevin: Of course you should. It's only been three weeks.
Kitty: Three weeks. God!
Kevin: You sure you want to stay here?
Kitty: Yeah. Yeah, I have to. Mom needs me. Oh my God, I have so much stuff!
Kevin: I know. I'm starting to wonder why Jonathan got into break-up.
Kitty: We are not broken up Kevin! This is just us giving each other a little space. He wants me to be here and he wants me to do the show.
Kevin: Sure he does. So when does the show start anyway?
Kitty: Tomorrow. We're discussing ballot-tampering in the swing states. You better watch it.
Kevin: Wow. Who said politics isn't sexy?