While Kevin is upstairs trying to talk some decent human behavior into Bertha, the rest of his family is downstairs getting their wake on. Yes, they closed the café again. What of it? Sarah spies Luc at the bar looking sad. She pours him some wine and they agree that they don't want to fight with each other. Luc tells Sarah that he doesn't care what she wears, black dress, white dress, one of Kitty's pantsuits. (Ha! Well played, writers.) He just wants her to look happy and be happy. Paige has a picture of Sarah glowing at her first wedding and he was trying to compete. Sarah reminds him that her wedding wasn't perfect, but more important, her marriage wasn't perfect. Luc is far far superior to Joe. Also, he bathes more. Winner winner sushi dinner! They come up with a few compromises, kiss and make up.
Saul is bustling around the café like he owns the place. Oh, wait. Kevin is donning plastic gloves to put bread in a basket for his own family. I am glad they are following health safety protocol so closely. Although, where are the hairnets and beard snoods? Anyway, Kevin and Scotty tell Saul that he should just open the damn letter already. So he does, but he hands it to Scotty to read because he forgot his glasses. Scotty only gets two lines in before Saul changes his mind. He grabs the letter and ...it's nice. Everyone is shocked. Ida says he deserves all the happiness in the world and someone to share it with, even if he can't tell her about it. It's signed with love and Saul loses it. Not because Ida was so nice, but because he never found happiness. He was always alone. Scotty reminds him that he's not alone any more. He has Jonathan and it's not too late for them.