And then, it is time for many admiring shots of the Home Café™ machine itself. It's by Folgers. It's so easy to use! It brews such delicious-looking coffee! They eat croissants, and then Eliza stumbles across a stack of envelopes, one for each person. They each have, it turns out, some letters from folks back home, so this will be the part where there's lots of crying. Even though they've been away from home for, like, two and a half weeks. I mean...okay, miss your family. But seriously, no one's gotten taller since you left. You'd still recognize everyone. I go for months without seeing Sister S, and that doesn't mean I weep whenever she sends me an email. For some reason, Rory gives Ami a big kiss on the cheek, which is more than she deserves. They all toast each other with juice and coffee, and Ami product-places the French vanilla. "Who wants coffee next?" she asks, which would tend to remind the audience of the main problem with the Home Café™ in this setting, which is that there are five people and it makes one...cup...at...a time. It would be fine if you live alone and drink only one cup of coffee, but if you're like me, and you drink half-caff so that you can fill your mug all morning long, the Home Café™ is not for you. But don't think about that. Just look at the shiny machine. Works great for large crowds who want to drink coffee in sequence rather than in unison!
Eliza opens her envelope. Leann opens hers. Scout explains that her letter is from her partner, Annie. She calls Annie an "amazingly beautiful human being." Which is what you want to think about your partner, I suppose. There's a very nice picture of Scout with Annie in here, and it makes Scout get very weepy. Ami gets very weepy, too, and it turns out that her dad has reminded her that her little brother is watching over her. From heaven, because he died in a car accident. You guys, this is the most depressing Folgers commercial ever.