Kate is purposely vague, but what she means is what she says later, explicitly: "God does not let a son be killed by his father" 2. Since the disappearance of her son, she's looked increasingly to religion, dreams, signs, and even horoscopes to make sense of reality. And of course there's the matter of commissioning Larry's horoscope from Frank. She's planning how to handle him. Kate is intelligent, but she's by no means totally objective or rational. When George arrives in Act 2, a threat to she and Joe's security, Kate spins a web of comfort around him that almost makes him forget his desire for justice.
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