Sarah stops by Walker Manor with a stack of funeral programs so large it is nothing short of aspirational. Since she and Brody have an almost father-daughter relationship based on Sarah's hours-long belief (hope?) that she wasn't a Walker, they make easy chit chat about how Nora is holding up, how Saul is taking things, and about their past weddings. Then Sarah notices that Brody is packing. He thinks it is time for him to go, but Sarah, with her near-filial status, feels like she has the right to lecture him about his life choices. He can't just come and drop off his dog and leave again. His presence matters to Nora. Brody whimpers that he doesn't know how to help, so Sarah tells him to buck up and figure it out. That's an almost daughter's tough love for ya!
It's funeral time! Justin is staging the dais because I guess no one wanted to spring for ushers or attendants? As he arranges the flowers he hands Kevin a yarmulke to wear even though they are not religious because it's what Grandma Ida would have wanted. Kevin grumbles and puts it on and tells Justin that he gave Saul Ida's letter, but Saul is too scared to open it. Then because emotions are running high Justin and Kevin get in a fight. Kevin says something snide-ish about Saul not coming out and Justin snaps back that if Kevin hadn't met Scotty he would still be a high-powered corporate lawyer hooking up with a different man every night. Kevin finds that insulting... and I think he's right. Justin apparently really relates to Ida? Because his marriage failed? And her husband died? And he's turning 30? I am putting in a lot of question marks because this is the weirdest most self absorbed/delusional thought process ever. I think I speak for all of us when I say, "Wha?" Kevin agrees and thinks Justin is nothing like Ida: He served three tours of duty, he beat addiction, he saves lives for a living. The only thing they have in common is a quarter of a bloodline. But Justin is alone and that is the only thing that matters and it binds him to his grandmother in a way that Kevin just can't understand. Dude, you're 30!! Very few people meet their life partners before 30. Just come to New York where marriage before 35 is considered an alt-lifestyle.