The reception after the wedding looks like a giant tea party, described by Oliver as "the Mad Hatter's tea party or Marie Antoinette on a bad acid trip" (3.5.4).
We like Oliver.
Oliver and Cassandra discuss the amount of money spent on everything, including "this ridiculous reception" (3.5.11).
Nick arrives with champagne and they discuss Araminta's dress before Nick whisks Rachel away.
We now get a glimpse inside Kitty Pong's head!
She is finally excited about Singapore, feeling the rest of her trip had been disappointing: they're staying in a regular room at a hotel, Alistair's aunt is not as rich as Kitty had been led to believe, and Alistair's mom is "dowdy" (3.5.26).
Scanning the crowd, she wants to be introduced to Ah Ma's friend covered in diamonds. Turns out she's a Malay princess and a big fan of Kitty's.
Alistair's mom sees them coming, is totally mortified, and tries to get the guards to keep any more guests from entering the gazebo.
When Kitty starts yelling and waving, Su Yi sees the scene and Cassandra announces that is Alistair and his girlfriend.
Su Yi wants to meet her.
To Ah Ma's surprise, Alistair introduces Kitty as his fiancée.
A total class act, Kitty ignores Ah Ma and curtsies to the sultana instead.
The sultana recognizes Kitty and gifts a diamond ring to Kitty as congrats for her engagement.
Nick and Rachel walk through the park to a gatehouse built at a British fort.
Nick calls it his hideout and shows her the upstairs and Chinese characters "written with blood" on the walls (3.5.77).
Nonchalantly, Nick announces this is where he had his first kiss.
And then Nick gets all serious and wants to tell Rachel what he thought when he saw her in church (cue wedding bells, y'all!).
Suddenly they're interrupted by Amanda Ling, who calls Nick "Nico" a few too many times (3.5.89).
Amanda's there with Zvi, her jet-set boyfriend, to show him where she received her first kiss and, would you look at that, there's the boy who gave it to her!
Rachel finds out Amanda lives in NYC and has "nagging thoughts" about why Nick never told her about this woman before (3.5.103).
Mandy points out "Nico and Mandi carved into the rock, joined by an infinity symbol" (3.5.105).