As Julia rides in Brian's car, she thinks about what happened last night after Campbell left.
She went to a bar to drown her sorrows, not realizing that it was a gay bar.
Conveniently, she finds the one hetero bartender that works at a gay bar and spills the beans on her problem with Campbell: "I had the heart of the relationship, and no body to grow it in" (4.2.101). Wait… are we talking about a relationship, or Frankenstein's monster?
Brian takes Julia to the hospital to meet Kate. The whole family is there. Well, except Jesse, who's probably off burning a school down or kicking a cat or something.
Sara drags Julia into the hall to have a chat with her—and by chat, we mean be vaguely threatening. "My job is to take care of my daughters. […] I love both of them" (4.2.149-4.2.150), she says.
After that little talk, Brian and Sara take Anna to the cafeteria, leaving Julia alone with Kate.
Kate talks about how Jesse causes trouble to get attention, and how she once wanted to be a ballerina when she grew up. If she grows up… (Man, this is the most depressing ballerina story since Black Swan.)
She also talks about the one time Anna ran away, because Kate was sick every holiday that year and Anna just wanted to find a normal family.
Kate says, "I used to wonder what it would be like to be normal. So I totally understood why she'd wonder about it, too" (4.1.181).