Sarah is late to work, but this does not stop Luc (who is distressingly wearing a shirt) from whining at her that they have a wedding planner on the way. Um... why would Luc schedule a meeting with a wedding planner in the middle of Sarah's work day? We love him for his looks. Sarah is like, "And? I have a work crisis. You handle it." Luc tries to play the I'm a guy card, but Sarah reminds him that he's French and thus was born ready to handle food and decorations for a hundred. Luc nods because it is all true.
Saul and Jonathan are sharing an intimate breakfast... in the café. Do these people even worry about making a profit at this restaurant? They are shutting it down here, feeding people for free there, who is the business mind behind this operation? Saul is in a good mood, so when his mother calls, he ignores it. I mean, there's nothing like Ida to bring a mood down right? She is like the ultimate party pooper. Jonathan is happy to oblige because he has a proposition: Being openly gay is not enough. He wants them to buy a fixer upper in Palm Springs, too, and decorate it with mid-century modern furniture! Saul smiles, but turns him down. He likes his life now and doesn't want all the other gay people he knows to get jealous of him. Speaking of other gay people, Scotty bustles into the café to, no, not work, but to borrow some table linens and place settings to take upstairs. You see, his mother is coming and he needs to do some staging. He is not happy about the impending and apparently surprise visit. His mother is judgmental and opinionated, but not in that cute Nora way, but in a totally different and annoying way. She is coming to meet Olivia for the first time and Scotty is not looking forward to hearing her thoughts on his parenting skills. Saul thinks his mother is worse and because of her worseness he learned to just be proud of himself. Scotty snorts derisively, because Saul never even told his mother he was gay. Obviously Jonathan finds that tidbit fascinating, but Saul just sees no point in telling Ida the news.