It's bachelor party time! Luc, Justin, and Kevin are basically acting as chaperones for Luc's horndog cousins who are molesting every single girl in the room, including the cocktail waitress and Betty White. (Okay, not Betty White, but if she was there, they would be nuzzling her velour track suit, I guarantee it.) Luc, Justin, and Kevin, however, are all on their smartphones. Luc is trying to get Sarah to text him back, Kevin is getting updates from Scotty about how the kids are finally sleeping, and Justin is looking at photos of Tyler. Okay, what? Justin has dated a lot of other women, and, OH YEAH, was MARRIED. The chances of him still having photos of an ex in his phone seems IMPOSSIBLE. Also, really? He hasn't gotten a new phone in four years? As if! Then, tragedy strikes: Justin gets a text from Tyler saying she can't make it. Then, Luc's cousins want to go to a strip club. Then Kevin gets the news that Olivia has run away from home and returned herself to the group home she used to live in. Um, Scotty? Worst. Babysitter. Ever.
Brody knocks on Nora's door and she grabs him by the arm, drags him inside, and looks around to see if anyone saw him. He assures her that he parked his RV around the block, which I don't think is a euphemism for anything, but could be. Then he offers Nora a doughnut. She stares at him in confusion and then he reminds her that she really loves the little powder sugar ones and she looks all touched and happy and he leans in for a kiss and she bolts. She can't do this to her daughter! She quietly corrects herself, "OUR daughter." Brody wisely tells her that they all just need some time to let this sink in. Nora shakes her head, she thinks that she and Brody need to figure out a way to say goodbye to each other. He looks sad as he asks her if that's what she wants. She doesn't answer, but it's clear that it's not at all what she wants. She goes to fix them a drink, which seems like a very wise course of action. Fix me one while you're at it!