Monday’s episode of Made In Chelsea was about lock (mail).

With the back teeth of the pandemic like the rest of us, Ole Locke and Gareth Locke decide the only way to save 2020 from a complete disaster is to become Luke Locke.

So integral to the plot is that Boris Johnson even got a quote on the episode’s title card, in which he said the words we all hate on Halloween: “From Thursday … stay home!”

Husband and husband: Made in Ole Chelsea and Gareth Locke tied the knot by candlelight at their first-ever wedding on Monday night.

MIC’s 20th series saw Ole slowly drop all his extravagant wedding plans on Gareth, thanks to COVID-19. And the last of them had to leave their dog, Bear, at home for the wedding in fear that “the last stuffed dodo would be stolen” from their residence – the Natural History Museum in London.

Hence, the post of ring bearer is given to Liv in what we hope will consider it a nice gesture.

Elsewhere, Mark Francis eating oysters with Freddy.

We learn that while rich people tend to have gift-wrapping rooms in their homes, Mark Francis is so wealthy that he owns a reception room.

“Lock it before closing!” Despite getting sick to the back teeth of the pandemic like the rest of us, Oli and Gareth decided that the only way to save 2020 from a complete disaster was to become Locke’s.

Make it happen: MIC's 20th series has seen Ole slowly drop all of his extravagant plans for his wedding on Gareth, thanks to COVID-19

Make it happen: MIC’s 20th series has seen Ole slowly drop all of his extravagant plans for his wedding on Gareth, thanks to COVID-19

He explains what one of these things looks like (no doubt a high chair that looks like a throne in which he sits while the poor sit in one place at a time offering him buckets of myrrh) when you trample Paris.

She never met Mark Francis and proceeded to crumble and scream about setting the truth.

Mark Francis can’t hold onto this and so he tries to detract from his roughness all over it by pointing out that Paris has nice fingers.

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“Thanks, yeah, I do hand modeling!” She said aside, before shouting about Freddy treating her like “p *** k”.

Still seething: Paris drowning in herself and screaming about setting the truth

Still seething: Paris drowning in herself and screaming about setting the truth

Unmoved: Mark Francis can't hold onto this and so he tries to detract from the rudeness of it all by indicating that Paris has nice fingers.

Unmoved: Mark Francis can’t hold onto this and so he tries to detract from the rudeness of it all by indicating that Paris has nice fingers.

Mark Francis is justifying himself, putting his silk scarf around the sapphire points of his face as he leaves.

Tiff and Melissa meet to expel the enmity that riots between them.

Haps there with her big knife, desperately trying to cut her tension off.

“Ah – that’s beautiful!” They are sitting there in a deadly silence, she says.

Bury the hatchet: Tiff and Melissa meet to expel the enmity that was revolving around the riot between them

Bury the hatchet: Tiff and Melissa meet to expel the enmity that was revolving around the riot between them

Friends again? “I’m glad we can move forward,” says Melissa, who fails to smile.

They finally agreed that they would all be friends. “I’m glad we can move forward,” says Melissa, who fails to smile.

Then Tiff talks to a girl about how to fart in front of her new boyfriend. That’d be all that turnip, kids.

Tristan and Levi pretending as if they aren’t touching each other due to the pandemic.

Harvey calls them “asexual friends,” and Tristan winks at Lev. He does like a wink, Tristan does.

New look: Somehow, between a few episodes ago and now, James inherited a family business and started dressing up like a middle-class American banker from Lifetime Christmas.

New look: Somehow, between a few episodes ago and now, James inherited a family business and started dressing up like a middle-class American banker from Lifetime Christmas.

The Fountain of Youth: Karen, Sam's mother, has gotten steadier and younger since we last saw her a few episodes ago

The Fountain of Youth: Karen, Sam’s mother, has gotten steadier and younger since we last saw her a few episodes ago

Sam is worried about returning to Zara because his entire family has a doll they burned on fireworks night.

He goes out to dinner with his mom, Karen – who has gotten steadier and younger since we last saw her a few episodes ago.

She gets angry that he still loves Zara but he does the maternal thing and lies that she is happy if he is happy.

Speaking of moms, Janie is back. She’s only on FaceTime, sadly, but she wishes Olli so well since he spends his last day as a bachelor while hanging out around The Shard.

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Ghafour: He meets Sam and Zara on a bench and tells her that they can get back together

Ghafour: He meets Sam and Zara on a bench and tells her that they can get back together

Once again: Zara smiles arrogantly and then cries (obviously) without tears (obviously too)

Once again: Zara smiles arrogantly and then cries (obviously) without tears (obviously too)

Makes Janie Ully – and the nation – cry with her boundless optimism and words of love.

Somehow, between a few episodes ago and now, James inherited a family business and began dressing up like a middle-class American banker from Lifetime Christmas.

After he was uninterested in settling with Maeva two weeks ago, he now chooses to prove to her that he fully supports her.

While walking their dog, James produces a Meva envelope containing a white sheet of paper. This, he explains, is to prove that they are “on the same page.” Blank page, wordless, generic.

Janie is back!  Janie wishes he wishes

Janie is back! Janie wishes Olly well because he spends his last day as bachelor while hanging out around The Shard.

Sam meets Zara on a bench and tells her they can get back together. Zara smiles arrogantly and then cries (obviously) without tears (obviously).

Liv dressed as Cluedo’s Miss Scarlet to the Ollie wedding. This is a good thing. All she’s missing is a lead tube. Tristan rises from The Shard to give her a gift. Although it is not a tube of lead, it is a bracelet engraved with the word “crumbs,” because it says it so often.

“I feel this is our word,” says Tristan, even though he had never uttered it before in his life.

Then he made a weak link by saying, “I thought” crumbs “in my head the first time I realized I might totally love you!

What a wonderful listless, Tristan.

Mother: Janie makes Oli - and the nation - cry with her boundless optimism and words of love

Mother: Janie makes Oli – and the nation – cry with her boundless optimism and words of love

crumbs!  Liv dressed as Cluedo's Miss Scarlet to the Ollie wedding.  This is a good thing

crumbs! Liv dressed as Cluedo’s Miss Scarlet to the Ollie wedding. This is a good thing

At the Natural History Museum it was time for a big celebration.

Sophie is late, of course, in a red satin dress. Binky is there, in powdery pink. Everyone has to wear masks but they kind of give the feel of a masquerade ball to the actions and they work very well.

Liv caresses her “crumb” bracelet as she watches Olly and Gareth descend from the candle-lit stairs.

A little bit of wreckage, Gareth laughs nervously. They are wearing his tuxedos.

Warm words: Pinky gives a speech about how only Olly can make it through the wedding of the century amid a global pandemic

Warm words: Pinky gives a speech about how only Olly can make it through the wedding of the century amid a global pandemic

Whale time!  Binky refers to Hope - the blue whale that has been dangerously suspended above the small group

Whale time! Binky refers to Hope – the blue whale that has been dangerously suspended above the small group

Pinky gives a speech about how only Ole can make it through the wedding of the century amid a global pandemic.

She points to hope – the blue whale that gets seriously hung over the small congregation.

She is the perfect symbol. Hope is what we all need right now. And hope is what you both show so beautifully.

Boys say their vows do not looming dry eye.

Happy Tears: Boys say their vows and no dry eye looms

Happy Tears: Boys say their vows and no dry eye looms

Ole adds, `` I remember writing at the end of my first book "If there is love, hurry up".  And I was already there!

“I remember writing at the end of my first book,“ If you love love, hurry up. ”And I was already there!

Here comes the grooms!  Since they're both husband and wife, Made In Chlesea reminds us that even in 2020, love wins

Here comes the grooms! Since they’re both husband and wife, Made In Chlesea reminds us that even in 2020, love wins

Gareth tells Olly, “ Although it wasn’t love at first sight, I had grown up and witnessed a man I was destined to be in love with.

“I remember writing at the end of my first book,“ If you love love, hurry up. ”And I was already there!

As husband and wife, Made In Chlesea reminds us that even in 2020, love wins.