Carlos' wait staff, led by Enrique, is on strike against who they consider their tyrant boss. The convent does not take sides in such disputes, but Sister Bertrille is caught by a newspaper cameraman pouring some coffee for Enrique on the line, which the public and Carlos construe as convent support for the strike. Just as Carlos accepts Sister Bertrille's apology after several attempts by her, she is caught once again by a newspaper cameraman in what looks like further support for the strikers. The Carlos/convent relationship gets even more strained when the Reverend Mother is caught on camera accepting a check from Enrique, even if it was a pre-strike two-year old promise of a donation. Things for Carlos get even worse when the kitchen starts falling apart without his wait staff; as the kitchen conditions worsen, the rest of his kitchen staff join the strikers. As an act of charity, the Reverend Mother sanctions Sisters Bertrille, Jacqueline and Sixto to help Carlos in the kitchen ...