With The Purple Door being exposed as a fraud, 50/50 Press is pretty much dead in the water. Julianne isn't ready to throw in the towel just yet even with bankruptcy looming. Erica actually has some good news in the middle of this crisis. Old acquaintance Antigone Morris says there's an opening for the Vice President of Nonfiction position at her publishing house. Erica is on their short list. Julianne, however, is not in the picture.
Speaking of Julianne, Will presents her with the opportunity to edit a brand new book. The working title is Sweet Dreams, Kitty. It's a book of bedtime stories for cats. It's not exactly the type of project she and Erica would ever hope to do, but right now it's their only option. Julianne fears that no one will ever take them seriously if they venture into the world of kitty lit. Will says that's the least of their worries right now.
Lenin is heading off for a trip to Brazil in the near future. This has Sam questioning the nature of their relationship. Lenin suggests that she come along with him, but she can't live her life going from one party to the next. As you may have guessed, this conversation does not end well. Sam settles down and tells Lenin that she has no right to ask him to skip his trip. She thinks they should break up. Lenin has a better idea. For the first time in his life, he has a reason to stay in one place. Brazil can wait. His life with Sam can't. Aww.