Back in Paris, supposedly (again, there's some Paris scenery through the window).
Sabrina's writing a letter about how she loves Paris, and how she's had a great time for two years.
Sabrina says someone is playing "La Vie En Rose", a song that shows up throughout the film.
She says she's learned not just about cooking, but also about life and love.
By the way, she's got a short haircut. Very chic.
And dissolve to Sabrina waiting at the Long Island station for her father to pick her up. She's dressed very stylishly, and has a little dog as well. (Little dogs are stylish too.)
David drives up (whistling "Isn't It Romantic?").
He falls in love/lust with Sabrina at first glance… but he doesn't recognize her.
He offers her a ride home.
Sabrina is delighted that he doesn't recognize her.
Sabrina has named her dog David. That's a little creepy.
On the car ride, David tries to figure out who she is. He's kind of a dim bulb.
They get to the garage, and the servants come out to hug her.
David still looks befuddled.
Thomas drives up and apologizes for missing her at the station. He had to take Mrs. Larrabee to the hairdresser. (It seems pretty jerky that he couldn't take a minute to himself to collect his own daughter.)
David finally knows who she is; she's carrying the dog named after him.
David offers to take her to dinner and dancing in New York.
Then David remembers they have a house party. He's not so sure having Sabrina there would be a good idea, but she insists, and he's putty in her paws.
Linus shows up and is much less taken with Sabrina; he's worried David will fall for her and they'll have to pay her off.
Sabrina opens gifts she brought for her father.
Her father tells her David is engaged; Sabrina says she knew already. She figures she can win him anyway.