Lena and Justin are post-coitally snuggling as he talks about dreading entering the Walker family madhouse later on today. He explains how family parties often get, including the tale of Holly and Nora's food fight at the winery opening ("Walker Landing"? Is that what it's called? Huh), and how William was "the only one who could ever keep us in line." Even Justin thinks he's weirdly romanticizing his wayward dad, but Lena tells him it's not so strange: "Weddings make you think about people that you miss." I...guess so? Weddings mostly make me think about how "The Hokey-Pokey" is infinitely inferior to "The Chicken Dance" as far as gimmicky opportunities for familial embarrassment go. Justin says that regardless, William cheated on his mom, and on his entire family, really. "What kind of man does that?" Lena, understandably, doesn't think the kind of guy who does that is all that bad. Somehow, they both end up tying Justin's dad issues with Lena's feelings about her breakup with the mysterious "married guy," like they're at all similar. But Lena's like, "Yeah, he just up and said it was over," and anyone can see that she's not over him. But not Justin! In fact, he takes this opportunity to invite her to the wedding. She manages to restrain herself from yelping, "Will Tommy be there??" But just barely.
The next scene takes place...somewhere. I just had Sars step over to my desk, and we spent about five minutes trying to figure it out. ["This really happened. This is what we do when we're not watching Dr. Phil." -- Miss Alli] It's an apartment, so it's not Tommy's house. It's not Kevin's place, I don't believe. It doesn't look nearly posh enough to be Saul's place. And I thought Justin had given up his old place when he went to Iraq and now he's living at the Manse. Either way, Kevin, Tommy, and Saul are at Unspecified Los Angeles Apartment, talking about whether they ever thought Kitty would see this day. Kevin definitely didn't -- he always saw himself and Kitty as the two bitter old hags of the family. Like Statler and Waldorf? Or Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge from James and the Giant Peach? Or Tyra Banks and Miss J. Alexander? Yeah, that's the one. Also, it turns out Tommy and Kevin had a bet running about when (and if) Kitty would get married, and Kevin owes Tommy $100. He bet that Kitty would never get married, while Tommy said she'd walk between the ages of 30 and 40. Kevin says the bet's not over until the skinny lady says "I do." Saul tries his best to sound shocked at this, but his heart's not really in it. I think he's secretly jealous he never got in on that action. He then offers to cover Kevin's debt if he'll go pick up his grandmother from the airport. Kevin's like, "Not for a million dollars would I do that." Saul puts on a big fake smile and squeals, "But she's your grandmother." Kevin responds in kind, "I know!" Hee.