I love Saul! I totally agree the big reveal fell flat. In the episode where his gay friend first made reference to them having a night together I was like, "OMG!! I did not see that coming!" Then Saul kept denying, first to his friend and then to Kevin, that he was gay. Denied and got defensive about it to the point that I believed him. I thought there must be some other juicy skeleton in the closet. I was really let down with the whole scene between him and Nora. He has waited 60(?) years to tell his sister and he decides right then is the perfect time? Like she didn't have enough to deal with right then. And the lousy way he did it. I can't even remember the way he said it but it was really corny. The whole way that reveal was handled was not the way Saul would have really done it.
This whole episode was good. Real emotional for sure. I came in at the beginning during Justins tiraide. I couldn't believe the hateful things he was saying to the family. When he got to Rebecca and Holly I cringed even while I enjoyed it. Bad thing is I can't remember exactly what he said to them.
One of the best scenes was where Kevin and Tommy are talking about not being monogamis and wondering if it was a flaw passed down from their dad. Then Nora walks in and says something like, "Are you kidding. You're both twice the man your dad ever was so get over it. The way you took care of your brother tonight..." Then she turns to walk away and says, "I've never been more proud." Sally Fields should win Emmys, Oscars, or whatever awards they give out to the best tv shows.
Calista Flockhart should be runner up. She is awesome. I am so confused by the senator. I'm not sure if he really doesn't want more kids right now or if he's just scared that if Kitty leaves him he won't win the presidency. I would like to see something good happen to at least one person in this family.