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Saul and Nora's mother has been hit by a bus! It seems she's developed dementia almost overnight, and there is no choice but for her to move in with Nora. But, Marion Ross would rather live in a nursing home. And pretty soon Nora agrees with her. Especially after she sets the kitchen on fire. But when Nora tries to please her too much, Ida opts for assisted living over her daughter, which smarts. But in a moment of dementia, Ida says something kind about Nora, and that will just have to suffice.
Kitty's opponent for the Senate has started a campaign complaining that both Kitty and The Senator are on death's door and are far too weak and hooked up to IVs and can't possibly raise their arms to vote for the needs of Californians. But who cares about health woes, when The Senator has a believability issue. Seems The Senator wasn't totally honest with Kitty about why he was denied his dream job.