The cat was an orange tabby. Not red.
The cat wasn't even the stereotypical black cat bad luck nonsense that causes a lot of black cats not to be adopted, and often causes black cats to be treated badly when they are roaming around by horrible people. Especially during Halloween/Trick or Treat, when it is recommended that people keep their black cats in the house. I think cats should be kept in the house all of the time anyway to keep them away from predators, and also stop them from killing wildlife.
Given the way Kristen tore the sweater away from the poor cat, I won't be shocked if she ruined the sweater in the process. That was her big asshole moment, she could have injured the poor cat's claws. I won't be shocked if she did.
It is past Halloween, probably not that far away from Winter. Putting that cat in her uninsulated, unheated, office is incredibly cruel. I didn't see the bed in the office this week.
If that were true, they would have been naked. I think it is far more likely that he has a foot fetish.
Besides, given the number of kids they have, I can't imagine them wanting to waste any of his little swimmers. I just hope that Kristen doesn't end up pregnant. Four obnoxious kids are enough.
If only they were. That orange tabby could have been from one of the most underrated television shows in the history of television, Early Edition.
The writers shouldn't need the viewers input to realize that the noise level is a problem. The sound person should have been able to tell them that.
This all comes back to their kids. What did the kids tell their father about Ben?