It's either very early morning or the middle of the night, but Scraggle has made himself a cup of tea, and Sarah comes out and asks him what he is doing. "Jus' thinkin'," Scraggle grunts. Nosy Sarah asks him what he is thinking about, and Scraggle goes into the Jessica saga. Apparently, they lived together as a couple for about three years. Jessica was a law student at NYU, and Scraggle screwed everything up. We don't know how he screwed everything up, because he doesn't explain it, but he states that "she'd have been with me forever. She loved me." Sarah starts to say that he doesn't have to go on (that's a moot point now, I would say, since she has already badgered him about his private life), but Scraggle interrupts her and continues with his Love Story: "One good thing I did, you know, the only one brave thing I did is I promised her that I'd disappear. So she could go on with her life without worrying about me showing up and making things hard again." Sarah makes an understanding noise. Scraggle goes on to say that every once in a while he hears a song or he walks by her street "by mistake" or someone asks him something -- here he fixes Sarah with a look -- and he starts to miss her, and it makes him want to call her. Scraggle ends his story with, "Aw, damn." I foresee Jessica re-entering the picture and making Sarah jealous -- if the show lasts that long. By the way, if he doesn't want any reminders of his Lost Love, then why the hell does he still have the luggage tag with her name and their old address on it? Freak.
The next day is Thanksgiving, because the parade is on TV, and Sarah is watching it while eating cereal. The door buzzes, and Sarah peers through the peep-hole and demands to see ID before she will accept a delivery from Fantabulous Feasts (this is the first time we have ever seen her take any precautions before opening the door). She tells them that she didn't order anything, and then pretends she has a dog by saying "down, boy" and scratching and banging on the door. The two Russian delivery boys tell her that the order is from Spencer Halloway and they show the order receipt to the peep hole. Sarah looks befuddled.
Down in the bar, Sarah is mopping the floor and taking down chairs. Tony arrives and says that he's a jerk and that he deserved everything Sarah said to him and more. He's a selfish guy, but around Sarah he was less selfish, until recently, when some of his old self came back. Sarah tells Tony he's a great guy "most of the time," and she really wanted to do the album, but "that's the way things go." She tells him that they should talk over the weekend, but he should go and have a great Thanksgiving with his family. Tony says he can't go home because he has nothing to be proud of and doesn't want to face his family with the disappointing news yet. Sarah tells him that she has a twenty-pound turkey in her apartment and invites Tony to share it.