Back at Walker Manor, Kevin and Kitty have left, but Sarah is still pawing through her mother's jewelry box looking for just the right thing. Doesn't she have, like, Botox injections to get before the big day? Or shouldn't she be doing crunches or getting her nails done or her hair blown out? Why is she just sitting around her mother's house for hours on end? She is making me anxious! Then Sarah spies the perfect thing in Nora's jewelry: a golden necklace that she thought was magical when she was a kid. It also happens to be the necklace that Brody gave Nora 45 years ago. Nora sort of gasps in horror, but then goes ahead and lets Sarah wear it. I can only assume she is laughing evilly on the inside. Bwahahahahahaaaa.
Saul and Jonathan are in their own private sweatshop making cupcake after cupcake after cupcake. They should have hired Evan. Little baby fingers are so nimble. At least that's what the clothing at H&M has led me to believe. Saul is wearing his grouchy pants, but Jonathan is just so touched by the whole idea of a wedding that he has a miasma of love floating over him like it's The Fog and totally going to melt Saul's face off if he doesn't put up an icy façade and stop pretending he hates marriage because he can't do it. Jonathan, however, thinks a commitment between two people is a beautiful and wonderful thing even if the stinky stodgy old government won't recognize it. Saul just glares at his cupcakes.
Justin stops by the hotel to "drop something off" which is simply code for "checking out his girlfriend." They are making euphemism-addled small talk ("I just had to drop this off" "There are guests here") when their little mood is ruined when a reservations clerk very professionally hollers across the lobby, "Tyler are you and Mike coming to the barbecue? I don't want to be the only couple there." The mere mention of a husband with an actual name causes Justin to reconsider his relationship with Tyler, who swears they are still separated and not going to that barbecue. Regardless he dumps her right then and there. How does this hotel get any work done?
Sarah is FINALLY getting her face on for her wedding when Luc comes a-knockin'. Kevin throws himself at the dressing room door reminding Luc that in THIS country you aren't allowed to see the bride before the wedding or else your relationship will be doomed DOOMED. Luc knocks again and tells Sarah that it's important. She opens the door a smidge and hides on the other side as he explains that his dad is not coming and he has the sads. Sarah makes appropriately sorrowful noises and then Kevin slams the door shut because they are on a schedule. Sarah glares at him and then returns to spackling her face in preparation for her walk down the aisle on the arm of Tommy Walker. Did I fail to mention that Tommy was here? THAT WAS TOTALLY ON PURPOSE. I figure if we all ignore him he will go away permanently. I mean, if Kitty can miss her grandmother's funeral because she's too busy touring Fenway Park in a tri-corner hat and chugging Sam Adams while hitting on Harvard Law students (what else do you do in Boston?), surely Tommy can skip his sister's second nuptials. Let's just pretend he did. Seth and Evan are the first to arrive at the church. Evan needs to use the bathroom, but Kevin won't let him use the facilities until he tells Seth (in the most heartfelt terms) how overjoyed he is about the baby. Seth stares at him blankly as he gives the whole spiel about how there's never a good time to be a parent and how wonderful it all is. Then Evan pees on the floor. The end.