So Sarah returns to the church with Brody on her arm and he walks her down the aisle in his flannel shirt and blue jeans. Everyone is touched and Nora is overwhelmed with emotion. Sally Field really is an amazing actress that it almost makes this scene even remotely believable. Also, baby Daniel is sound asleep in Scotty's arms: Awwwwwwww. Then Luc and Sarah get married. Awwwwwwwwww.
At the reception, everyone gets answers. Sarah confirms that Paige is not pregnant when Kitty informs her that her breasts haven't blossomed due to hormones, but, rather, toilet paper. This is a really great storyline. Luc finds out that the reason his father didn't come to the wedding was not, actually, his mother. Instead, his dad is broke and was too embarrassed to tell Luc. So embarrassed that he would rather not come to his only son's wedding, I guess. Luc's mother went along with it because she didn't want anything to tarnish Luc's image of his father. Since he already hated her, she figured she would take the blame. She owed that much to him. But not enough to lend his dad the money? Whatever, show. Luc apologizes for blaming her, sort of, and they are friends again.
Over at the cupcake pyramid, Jonathan is still in a cloud of happiness and joy while Saul is still pouting over the fact that they are not looking at a traditional wedding cake. It's not traditional! Saul can't handle it! Jonathan tells him to get over it already, but Saul snaps that they just don't have the same priorities in life. I have no idea what they are talking about, but apparently Jonathan does. He replies to Saul's mini tirade, "Oh good grief, marry me, Saul!" Instead of looking happy, Saul glares at him and reminds him that he doesn't believe in marriage. Jonathan smiles that Saul does. Saul warns him that he might take him seriously and say yes. And then he says yes. Awwwwww. Is Saul actually going to be able to be happy? That would be... so unlike this show.