All My Children Transcript Monday 2/14/11
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J.R.: Come on! You can't do this. I didn't do anything wrong.
Brot: Feel like telling me who did then? Your car plowed into an ambulance and then took off. If it wasn't you behind the wheel -- then I guess you're staying right here.
J.R.: You don't understand. I can fix this. I just need some time.
Brot: To what?
J.R.: To go home and check on something.
Brot: Without information, I cannot let you go.
J.R.: I'll give you your damn information!
Tad: J.R., take it down a notch. Let me talk to him a second.
Brot: Be my guest.
Tad: Now look, I know you're worried, but you're not helping the situation, ok?
J.R.: Annie's alone. You and I both know that she's on edge. If I don't get back there, who knows what she'll do?
Tad: Finally. Thank you for coming.
Jesse: What's going on?
J.R.: You got to let me know. If you don't, we're all going to regret it.
Annie: That's right. Wake up and listen.
Marissa: What? What happened?
Annie: Oh, well, I'll tell you what didn't happen. J.R. was supposed to propose to me tonight. He was going to ask me to be his wife. And I was going to say yes.
Marissa: Annie --
Annie: Tonight was supposed to be perfect, and you showed up and you ruined everything!
Marissa: No, nothing's ruined yet.
Annie: Do you see a ring on this finger?
Marissa: No, it's not too late. We can fix this. Just let me go.
Annie: The only thing that could possibly fix this is for you to disappear.
Marissa: Annie, put that thing down.
Marissa: Now, listen, you have to trust me.
Annie: Trust you?
Marissa: No, hurting me would be a big mistake.
Annie: No. My mistake was not getting rid of you the first time.
Krystal: Hello, handsome.
Jack: Oh, thanks.
Krystal: Shouldn't you be up to your neck in father of the bride duties?
Jack: I am up to my neck, in fact.
Krystal: Uh-oh. What happened?
Jack: Want to hear something ironic? Our caterer got food poisoning.
Krystal: Oh, ho, ho, ho. You got to be kidding.
Jack: I wish I was.
Krystal: Well, what do you want me to do?
Jack: I was hoping maybe I could convince you into jumping in here. I hate to ask you to do this last-minute like this, but --
Krystal: Oh, my -- are you kidding me? How many people are we talking about?
Jack: Not many, not many. There's the bride and the groom, the two kids, me, and the minister -- 6.
Krystal: 7. You forgot Erica. Except you didn't forget Erica?
Krystal: Ok. 6 it is.
Jack: And just for the record, it was a mutual decision.
Krystal: That your fiancée not be at your daughter's wedding?
Jack: When you put it like that -- believe me, it'll be better if Erica's not there -- for everybody.
Ryan: You're pregnant? And -- and you knew about this?
Greenlee: No, I -- I just assumed because of the way she was holding her stomach, and then she said it was too soon. Are you ok?
Ryan: Here, sit down.
Madison: No, I'm fine.
Ryan: No, no -- because you were cramping. I'd like you to sit down, please.
Madison: Well, whatever it was, it's gone now.
Ryan: Good, I'm glad. That's great news, but I just want you to sit down, just -- just in case.
Ryan: Well, you know, you weren't being yourself. You were being so evasive and so tense, and I kept seeing you at the hospital. Now it all just makes sense.
Madison: Ok, Greenlee's right. I'm pregnant.
Ryan: With my child.
Jesse: I'm telling you, man. Every time I turn around, you're asking me to pull some strings.
Tad: I'm sorry. He's innocent. He wasn't driving that car.
Jesse: Because you say so? Ok, FYI -- The Chandlers have been known to lie just a little bit.
Tad: He wasn't. But he does know who was.
Jesse: Let me guess. Not feeling really chatty right now?
Tad: He will be. I swear, Jesse, he's more than ready to give up who did it, but he wants to do it his way. And all he needs is a little time. Please.
Jesse: You will give us a statement?
J.R.: Absolutely. You let me handle this, I'll tell you everything you need to know.
Jesse: I don't like this.
Tad: But --
Jesse: Let him go.
J.R.: Thank you. Both of you.
Jesse: Something goes wrong, I'm holding you accountable.
Tad: J.R., listen, let me drive you to the house, ok? This is not going to be easy, kiddo.
J.R.: I appreciate that, but you know I have to handle this myself, right?
Tad: You call me when it's done. Be careful.
J.R.: I will.
Jesse: Hey, for the record, I'm holding you accountable, too.
Marissa: Don't make this worse.
Annie: Me? I didn't do anything!
[Metal vase hits floor]
Annie: You are the one that had to get in the way. Everything! This is all your fault!
Marissa: Oh, God. Oh, God, the gas pipe is leaking. We have to get out of here.
Annie: Good idea. Thanks.
Marissa: No. Annie -- Annie, you can't just leave me here. I could die.
Annie: Don't fight it, Marissa. Just take a nice, long nap. Looks like you could use the rest.
Marissa: Annie -- Annie, please -- Annie, please come back.
[Annie locks door behind her]
Marissa: Oh! No! No, Annie! Come back, please.
Madison: I just want to get out of here.
Ryan: No, not until you answer my question.
Madison: It wasn't supposed to be like this.
Ryan: Be like what?
Madison: You're getting married today, Ryan. Just concentrate on that. Just forget that -- just forget it, ok?
Ryan: You want me to for -- you want me to forget? Wait, hold -- just -- just -- ok? How long have you known? I mean, how far along are you?
Madison: This is not your problem.
Ryan: I'm here for you, Madison.
Madison: This whole scene -- this is ruining your day.
Ryan: Look, I get that you don't want to be here. I get that. Believe me, I understand, but just on the chance that there is actually something wrong with the baby, I want you to sit down.
Scott: Hey, is everything ok?
Madison: He knows. About the baby.
Ryan: Wait -- I don't understand. I've been asking you over and over again what's going on with you and you haven't said anything to me.
Scott: Well, maybe because it doesn't concern you. The baby's mine.
Greenlee: You're the baby's father?
Ryan: Is it -- is that true? Oh. I'm -- I'm sorry. I just sort of figured, 'cause, you know, you and I --
Scott: Ok, look, ahem, not that we owe you an explanation, but for the interest of moving on, it happened when I was released from prison, and we are dealing with it, so --
Ryan: Ok. So you're dealing with it together?
Madison: Well, we haven't figured out all the details, obviously --
Scott: No, but I am not going anywhere, so --
Madison: Yeah. And now you know why I've been acting all over the place.
Scott: Yeah, this wasn't exactly planned.
Greenlee: Well -- congratulations then. A baby -- this is exciting.
Madison: It certainly keeps things interesting.
Madison: Anyway, I'm sorry you had to find out today, of all days.
Ryan: What? No -- no, we're happy for you.
Madison: Thank you.
Scott: All right, yeah. Are you ready to go?
Ryan: No, wait. Shouldn't she just sort of take it easy a little bit longer, maybe?
Scott: Take it easy? Why? What -- what's wrong?
Madison: Nothing, I'm fine. I just had a little pain.
Ryan: No, it was a lot more than just a little pain, Scott.
Madison: I had a cramp, and it was intense, but it's over.
Scott: Well, Madison, that doesn't sound good. Maybe I should take you to the hospital.
Madison: No. No, please, I just want to go home.
Scott: Are you absolutely positive that you're feeling better?
Madison: You have no idea.
Scott: Then home it is.
Scott: Good luck, guys.
Ryan: Ok. Yeah, you, too.
Greenlee: Thanks. Wow. Huh. Did I say that already?
Ryan: I think it warrants saying it twice.
Greenlee: Wow! Ha ha ha. Are you ok?
Ryan: Yeah -- no, I'm fine. I'm -- I'm fine. I just -- I feel like a bit of an idiot. I mean, not seeing it earlier than this. It's so obvious looking back now. Madison's pregnant.
[Relaxing music plays]
J.R.: I got here as soon as I can. Is everything ok?
Annie: All's quiet on the home front.
Marissa: Oh -- help me, please. Please help me.
Annie: Oh, I was so worried.
J.R.: Well, the police -- they let me go.
Annie: You didn't say anything about me, did you?
J.R.: What? No, I would never do that.
Annie: Ok, so you bought us some time.
J.R.: Yeah, which is -- it's important because we got a lot to talk about.
J.R.: Things are spinning out of control, Annie. You got to feel that.
Annie: Well, I do, but I also feel how much I love you, and I know that we can make it through anything, J.R. -- anything.
J.R.: I -- I don't think that that's possible.
Annie: Why? Because of the police?
J.R.: No, I'm not talking about the police, I'm talking about the break-ins and the hit-and-run and -- and what you did to Colby.
Annie: You know? I didn't want to hurt anybody.
J.R.: I know that. But you got to admit that that's not normal behavior.
Annie: Normal, or sane?
J.R.: You're in trouble, Annie, and I'm only saying this because I care.
Annie: No! No! No, no! This was not supposed to happen tonight! Tonight was supposed to be special!
J.R.: Annie, it will be special, because it's going to be the first night that you're going to get the help that you need.
Annie: No, no! Tonight was supposed to be the night that you were going to propose.
J.R.: You got to know that I'm going to be with you every step of the way. Don't you want to get better?
Annie: Don't do that. Do not make it seem like this is all my fault!
J.R.: No, I know that it's not.
Annie: You think I wanted any of this? You think I wanted to lock up your sister or cause that accident? Ugh! None of this would have happened if you had just loved me enough!
J.R.: I'm sorry. I'm sorry that I hurt you, Annie.
Annie: Ok, so it's fine. We've both made so many mistakes, so why don't we just start over together?
J.R.: We can't.
Annie: Why not?
J.R.: Because you're lost, and I know that I played a huge part in that. And the best that I can do for you is to help you get back.
Annie: See, look how wonderful you are, even now. Even now. You could be shipping me off to some asylum, but you're not. You're owning up to your mistakes.
J.R.: The last thing I want to do is to make you do something that you don't want to.
Annie: And that's why I love you so much, J.R. I do. I love you.
J.R.: But you need help, Annie. Just say that you know that, and we could take it from there.
Annie: No. If only you would love me enough --
J.R.: It's ok. And everything's going to be just fine.
[Marissa gasps as she crawls to the locked attic door]
Ryan: So Scott and Madison?
Greenlee: I think they make a cute couple.
Ryan: Yeah, well, Scott's a good guy.
Greenlee: Can you believe they're having a baby?
Ryan: Honestly? Nope.
Greenlee: Ha! I think it's awesome.
Ryan: Do you?
Greenlee: Don't you?
Ryan: Yeah, I just -- you know, just there was -- I don't know -- it seemed very awkward. And like Scott said, it wasn't planned.
Greenlee: So? Doesn't mean it can't work out. He seems pretty committed to her. Maybe it's the beginning of another epic love story.
Ryan: Think this town could have two of those?
Greenlee: Are you ready for this, Lavery?
Ryan: Am I ready? Yes, I'm ready.
Scott: Ok, another sip.
Madison: What happened to getting the hell out of here?
Scott: For all we know, you cramped up because you were dehydrated or something, so finish that glass of water, and we will leave.
Madison: Thank you coming to my rescue. Ryan asked me point-blank if he was the father, and I just -- I froze. If you hadn't shown up when you did --
Scott: Ah. Glad I could be of service.
Madison: Don't joke. I was about to play stork at Ryan's wedding. Talk about disaster --
Scott: You know, all in all, I think they handled it pretty well. And I got to give Ryan credit. I mean, he seemed more concerned about you than anything else.
Madison: Well, that's Ryan. And Greenlee handled it well 'cause she already knew. She's known for a long time.
Madison: Not just that I'm pregnant, but that Ryan is the baby's father.
Scott: And she kept it from him.
Madison: Well, I mean, we both knew that the truth would have to come out eventually, but she agreed to wait. Partly because I asked her to.
Scott: And mostly because she didn't want anything to screw up her wedding day.
Madison: Can you blame her?
Scott: A little bit, a little bit. A little bit, but I will give her credit, too. She played it off well.
Madison: So did you. And just so that we're clear, you know, you can totally back out of this whenever you want. I know you just jumped in there to cover my butt.
Scott: Tell you what, we'll take it one step at a time, all right?
Madison: Sounds good to me.
Madison: What do you say about taking another step towards the exit, huh? Weddings always make me cry.
Scott: Ok, what did we say about finishing that water? Well, there you go. Chuck it down, hard core. There it is. And we are out.
[Holding her breath, Marissa knocks over a box in the attic]
Annie: All I wanted this whole time is for us to be together and start our new life together, and now that it's finally possible --
J.R.: Yeah, but this doesn't have to be it for us. Ok, but to give us a fighting chance, you need to go in there and get the help that you need.
Annie: I -- I'm scared, J.R. I've done some things.
J.R.: I know. But you also have to know that we are in this together.
Annie: So -- so what do we do?
J.R.: Ok, I've thought a lot about this. And the best option -- the only option that we have is for us to go to Oak Haven tonight.
Annie: Oh, my God.
J.R.: I know that you hate the place --
Annie: Oh, my God, it wasn't just Marissa.
Annie: Oh, my God. You were behind those papers, too. You want me committed.
J.R.: No, no, no -- it's nothing like that, ok? I meant what I said. I don't want you to do anything that you're not comfortable with, which is why you have to go in there. It's important for you to go in there and check yourself in, for you to get the help that you need.
Annie: How could you do this to me?
J.R.: You're not going to be alone. I'm going to go with you.
Annie: All I will be is alone. You will drop me off and wave good-bye, and what do you think happens next? It's just me, alone in a padded cell!
J.R.: I know how hard this is for you, Annie --
Annie: No, you have no idea how hard it is! You have no idea, but I do. It's a colorless room. It is locked doors. And it is horrible silence. And there's no freedom and there's no family and there's no friends. There's no one! No! No, I will not go. I will not go, and I will not leave Emma. No, I'm not going.
J.R.: This is not like it's going to be forever.
Annie: Five minutes in that place is forever.
J.R.: Ryan's going to take really good care of Emma. Ok? And I'll bring her in every single day. Look at me, ok? This is not me abandoning you, ok? It'll be just the two of us, and Dr. Burke, and we'll get you settled in there, and it will be peaceful, and it will be civilized. It's not going to be some kind of men in white coats dragging you off.
Annie: Just the way Marissa wants?
J.R.: Why do you keep bringing Marissa up?
Annie: Because this is all her. This is all her idea.
J.R.: Marissa had nothing to do with this.
Annie: Oh, really? Look at this. Look -- look! These papers -- look at this! That is her signature!
J.R.: Marissa didn't sign this, Dr. Burke signed it.
Annie: Yes, she did! That's her signature! She's behind all this, and she's going to do anything to keep us from being together, J.R.
J.R.: Annie --
Annie: Ugh! She is the one -- she is the one that needs to disappear.
[Marissa falls over unconscious]
Jack: Hey, just about time to take that coat off.
Greenlee: Almost, almost. So? Tell me what happened with the food. Whatever it is, I can take it.
Jack: I have nothing but good news, ok? Everything's taken care of. Krystal has decided to pinch-hit for us, and she promises hors d'oeuvres, appetizers, entrees, champagne, even a wedding cake. How about that, huh?
Greenlee: [Squeals] Oh, my God, Dad, that is incredible. It is incredible.
Jack: Now, listen, don't thank me. I'm not the one pulling it together.
Greenlee: Well, maybe not, but you made it happen. I love you. I love Ryan. I love everyone right now. It's my wedding day.
Ryan: Ok. Everybody knows what to do, right where to stand?
Ryan: Yeah? You sure?
Emma: Are you nervous?
Ryan: No. Maybe a little bit.
Ricky: All right, guys. Time to take our places.
Ryan: Ok. Here we go. Here we go. I love you guys.
Emma: I love you, too, Daddy.
["Here Comes the Bride" plays]
Ricky: To say this wedding was a long time coming -- that would be an understatement.
Ricky: Ryan, Greenlee, this isn't the first time that you've said "I do," but it's the first time that you've said it like this. With unconditional love in your hearts and in your souls. Your beautiful family surrounding you -- you've earned each other this time. This is a special day. So take it in, guys. Your moment has finally arrived. So I hope you don't mind if I just cut to the chase and get this party started.
Greenlee: Reverend, I like your style.
Ricky: Thank you. Who gives this woman?
Jack: I do. I'm sorry. I do. May I just say something, please? Excuse me. It seems like you just came into my life. And here I am, already giving you away. But then I look at you, and you two. And it's easy to believe that this is happening, because it is exactly the way it's supposed to be.
Greenlee: Thank you, Dad. For everything.
Jack: I just want you to be happy.
Ricky: Well, I was going to ask you to join hands, but you've obviously beat me to it. I understand you wrote your own vows. Ryan, if you'd like to start --
Ryan: This year has been a year of so many changes. The highest highs, but also our greatest loss. It's my hope that this wedding, this marriage, is going to be a chance for us to heal some of that, and I know it's not going to be easy. I'm not looking for it to be easy. In fact, it can't possibly be easy when you have two people as strong and as stubborn as us trying to live together. But I know that we've finally learned our lesson. Because we discovered so many times that we're always strongest when we fight together.
Scott: This was a mistake. Madison, I should take you to the hospital.
Madison: No. I told you, I'm fine.
Scott: All right, but I want you off your feet, so in this bed --
Scott: Right now, ok? Please.
Madison: Maybe it was just stress, or the fact that I'm starving.
Scott: Well, when was the last time you ate?
Madison: Two hours ago? A perfectly manageable time for a normal person --
Scott: Yes, but you are anything but normal.
Scott: Unfortunately, I don't have a stocked fridge right now. Oh, I went to the store the other day, and I have, um -- crackers. I'm so sorry that I'm not better set up for company.
Madison: Hey, I'd eat a brick if you offered me one right now.
Scott: Yeah? Ok. You know what you should do? You should take some of these and put them in your bag. Because if you're out, and you get hungry, you can just chow down a little bit. They say, you know, frequent small portions keep the tummy calm.
Madison: Thank you, Dr. Chandler.
Scott: [Laughs] Well, you know, I do work at a hospital, so I overhear things.
Madison: Hmm. Oh, no. It's happening again.
Scott: Another cramp?
Madison: A craving. Oh, I'm dying for a crunchy, juicy apple.
Scott: An app -- that is the lamest craving I've ever heard.
Madison: Oh, I know, and I'm -- I would kill someone for some lemonade.
Scott: Now you're living on the edge. Ok, you --
Madison: Where are you going?
Scott: Well, where do you think? I'm going to go out, do a little hunting and gathering -- get you a crispy, juicy apple and some lemonade.
Scott: All right, let's be clear about one thing. This baby daddy ain't no slouch. Ha ha! Whew.
Jesse: Some Valentine's Day, huh?
Tad: Well, can't say it's dull.
Brot: Hey, Chief, you mind if I clock out early? I want to actually get on the road to go see Natalia.
Jesse: Ah. Check it out. Take this for me. Her favorites.
Brot: Oh, thank you, Chief. Happy Valentine's Day.
Tad: How's Angie?
Jesse: She's going stir crazy. Mm-hmm. I wish I were there to keep her company, especially on a day like today. But I got to save my time off for when the baby comes.
Tad: Well, I can't say I feel sorry for you.
Jesse: Thank you.
Tad: No, I mean, at least you have a Valentine. So she's on the other side of the country. Who cares?
Jesse: [Indistinct] You, Thaddeus the caddiest all by his lonesome on the most romanticalest day of the year.
Tad: Try not to sound like an idiot when you say it. And try not to be so happy.
Jesse: What? What are you talking about? I was just oozing sympathy.
Tad: Oh, yeah? Who's oozing? It wasn't sympathy.
Brot: Hey, Chief? Angie's on line 2.
Tad: Oh, that's me. [Imitating Jesse] Hi, baby. Yeah. [Normal voice] How's the sexiest doctor on the West Coast? No, no, it's not your husband. In honor of the holiday, I bought you an upgrade.
Jesse: Give me that. He's an idiot.
Jesse: Hey, baby. How you doing? This is your real husband. Ignore the other fool.
Annie: You want to know the worst part?
J.R.: No, what I think is -- I think you need to just calm down a little bit.
Annie: After putting her scratchy little signature on those papers, that bitch had the nerve to show up here.
J.R.: Marissa was here?
Annie: Ugh, just the look of her makes my skin crawl.
J.R.: Annie, look at me. Where's Marissa now? Did something happen between you two?
Annie: I don't want you to be mad at me.
J.R.: Annie, I'm -- I'm not -- I'm not going to be mad, I promise. Just tell me where Marissa is. Annie, what did you do to Marissa? Annie -- ok, just talk to me. Ok, you're not going to be in trouble. Just tell me where Marissa is. Please.
Annie: I didn't mean to hurt her.
J.R.: Is she in the house? Annie, is she in the house?
J.R.: Where upstairs?
Annie: The attic. Please don't hate me.
Madison: Oh -- now, that might be the best thing I've ever tasted.
Scott: Ha ha! Well, I have to admit something -- I am glad that you aren't craving caviar, because I don't think my nonexistent budget could have handled it.
Madison: Well, thank you -- for this. And for before. I mean, God, I barely know you and now --
Scott: You're having my baby. Yeah.
Madison: I was thinking when you were gone, um -- I mean, the timing is just going to be a little funky. It's not the end of the world, but -- I mean, I could always just say that I'm premature -- whatever.
Scott: Yeah, well, you know, maybe you should just focus on the positive.
Madison: Which is?
Scott: You don't have to hide that bump anymore.
Madison: You're right. Oh, hold on.
Scott: Whoa. What's wrong?
Madison: Ah -- just undoing the top button there. Oh.
Madison: I've been dying to do that for the last 4 months.
Ryan: Now while I stick to my promise to give you a surprise every day, I also vow to give you love every day, give you support every day, and give you a piece of my heart every day. These are my vows to you.
Greenlee: Well, we made it. Huh. I've been dreaming about this for so long -- waiting and waiting -- and now that it's finally here --
Ryan: Second thoughts?
Greenlee: I wasn't prepared -- for what it would really feel like. You nailed it, because yes, we've done this before, but we've never done this before, with the dress and the flowers and the family. You, Ryan Lavery, are everything I've always wanted. You're everything I never knew I wanted. You're my best friend. You're my partner in crime. You're the man I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with. And there were times I thought that this would never happen. That there was too much stacked against us. But then someone told me that our names were written somewhere. Gave me a couple options. I guess we settled on moonstone. We're forever, you and me. For better, for worse. In gimpyness and in health, I will be by your side, whether you want me there or not.
Ryan: Want. Always want.
Greenlee: I'm not afraid anymore. I'm free because of you. I love, honor, and cherish you so much. And I'll never stop. Ok. Ok, I'm done. I mean, I'm not done -- just with that part.
Ricky: I think we get the idea. May I have the rings?
Ryan: Rings --
Emma: Spike has the ring.
Ricky: Ryan, we'll start with you.
Ryan: Greenlee, I give you this ring as a daily reminder of my love for you. With all that I am, all that I have, I honor you.
Greenlee: Ryan, I give you this ring as a daily reminder of my love for you. With all that I am, with all that I have, I honor you.
Madison: This feels good.
Scott: You know, maybe you should consider getting some maternity stuff --
Madison: I'm not talking about my pants. I mean, look at me. Picture of calm. I haven't been this relaxed since I found out I was pregnant -- since before I found out.
Scott: Since you and Ryan broke up.
Madison: I tried so hard to accept that Ryan and Greenlee are getting married. I don't know -- for some reason, I just -- couldn't let go, you know?
Scott: And now?
Madison: Now I can finally breathe easy. In every possible way.
Scott: That was a good one.
Scott: Happy Valentine's Day, Madison.
Madison: Happy Valentine's Day.
Greenlee: Did that really just happen?
Ryan: I think so.
Greenlee: No volcanoes, earthquakes, flying monkeys coming to whisk me away?
Ryan: Monkeys -- I knew I forgot to invite somebody.
Greenlee: So this is real.
Ryan: Hate to break it to you, Smythe, but we're married.
Ricky: Actually, not quite. Ryan, Greenlee, by the power of your love and commitment, and the power vested in me, I now pronounce you husband and wife. You know what to do, pal.
Jack: [Laughing] All right.
J.R.: Marissa? Marissa, can you hear me?
[Pounds on door]
J.R.: Marissa, please! If you can hear me, just say something.
[J.R. tries to kick the door open]
Greenlee: Look at this place, you guys. It's gorgeous.
Ryan: Sure is.
Krystal: Hey, congratulations to the happy couple.
Greenlee: Oh, I don't even know what to say, Krystal.
Ryan: Seriously. The food smells amazing.
Krystal: Well, it was my pleasure to help you out. And I hope you don't mind, but I did peek in on the ceremony. It was so beautiful.
Greenlee: Are you kidding me? After all that you've done, you should have been my maid of honor.
Jack: Gentlemen, right this way, please. Everybody, take a glass of champagne. For the bride and groom over there. Reverend, if that's ok, right? Krystal, there you go.
Krystal: Oh, no, no, no. I'd better not. I'm on the job.
Greenlee: Uh-uh, the catering duties are over. Officially.
Ryan: You're a guest.
Ryan: As of right now, yeah. Go ahead.
Krystal: In that case --
Jack: You deserve it. Ok. To Greenlee and Ryan. Look at the smiles on those faces. Ha ha! Clearly, this was a union worth waiting for. So I wish you health, happiness, and an eternity of such smiles for one another. Hear, hear.
All: Hear, hear!
Jack: Let's get some pictures, shall we?
Greenlee: Hey, wait. I want to touch up.
Ryan: Hmm? What are you talking about? You're perfect.
Greenlee: I am sorry, my new husband, but you'll forgive me if I don't take your word for it.
Jack: Yeah, get used to that, pal.
Greenlee: Hey, Emma, could you go grab my makeup bag? I think I left it out on the patio.
Ryan: When did you get so heavy?
Greenlee: All right, don't even try. Don't even try. Wait. Just wait, just wait.
Jack: Just for me.
Krystal: It's her day.
Jack: Why don't you go back to being a caterer?
Krystal: Ha ha ha!
[All talking among themselves as Annie approaches Emma]
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