Audrey takes her father out for a dinner to celebrate his birthday early, and has a surprise present for him.
Flash forward to a few days later. Audrey is out with her mother now for Mother's Day, and she has a very interesting present for her.
Sam gets in a cab to go the pier. On the way, he reminisces about his relationship with his ex-wife, Joan, and the impact this had on Audrey.
Joan is packing up for her trip and just about ready to go. She talks about her relationship with her husband with her assistant, Rita.
A porter on the ship shows Sam to his cabin. He loves it, but notices something interesting about the cabin next door.
It is now the evening of the first day aboard the cruise liner. Sam and Joan are having dinner in the main restaurant when Joan spots Sam at the buffet, up to his old tricks. She confronts him and they realize that not only are they on the ship together, they're also neighbors.
It's now a few days into the cruise and Sam hasn't been able to change rooms. Although, I'm sure he wishes he could change rooms after this encounter with Joan.
Sam is sitting at a bar on the ship's upper deck, overlooking the party that Joan is at. Still frustrated by his argument with her earlier that day, he's drinking to forget his troubles.
It's much later on the night of the party, and Sam is quite drunk. He stumbles back to his room only to make a huge mistake.