As The World Turns Transcript Monday 10/1/01

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Abigail: No, look at this!

Carly: I already made her gown, Abigail.

Abigail: I know. But it says -- look, it says that the modern bride should give a nod to tradition whenever she can.

Molly: We're okay in the tradition department, aren't we, Carly?

Carly: Yeah. We're just gonna do something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.

Molly: Oh, how many times have I heard that?

Donna: Finally! Finally! They just kept saying, "One more, Nana. One more, Nana.

Jake: Nah, that's Bridget. She makes you read everything twice.

Donna: What are you doing here?

Jake: The stomach growls.

Molly: You sneaky thing. You've been eavesdropping back here, haven't you?

Jake: Actually, I'm trying figure out something.

Carly: Don't you have someplace that you ought to be?

Jake: You know something? Who came up with this? I get kicked out of my own house!

Abigail: It's tradition! And you can't ruin it, Jake. You're not supposed to see the bride until she shows up at the altar.

Jake: Let me tell you something -- the bride's not supposed to live with the groom before any of that. But did I say anything?

Carly: Fine. If you want to put a hex on your own wedding --

Jake: Carly, it's a big place. I can lock myself in the bedroom.

Donna: Jake, out!

Jake: All right, all right.

Carly: Good, here. Bottom lock. Turn it clockwise.

Jake: Who came up with this stupid tradition, anyway? Figures.

Carly: Out.

Molly: Wait a minute, you. Wait, wait, wait, wait. I wanna give you a little something to tide you over. You know how much this means to me? Not just the wedding but -- everything.

Jake: Almost as much as it means to me. Now let me give you something to tide you over.

Carly: Okay, that's it, you guys. Really. The bride is very busy, Jake.

Jake: I'm just getting started!

Carly: The fridge is stocked. Just take it easy, okay? I have a budget.

Jake: You better show up, Conlan! Because I bought this monkey suit. [Laughter]

Jake: Bye, Jen.

Abigail: Hey, Jen! Hi. We're just getting Molly ready for the big day.

Molly: Good, Jen. Come on, sweetie. You can help us out. Oh, have you ever met the twins' grandmother?

Jennifer: No.

Molly: Donna Love.

Donna: Hi, Jennifer.

Jennifer: Hi, Ms. Love. Actually, I just came by to talk to Abigail for a second. Is that okay?

Abigail: Sure, what's up?

Jennifer: It's kind of personal.

Molly: Honey, you know what? You have been such a big help, such a trooper. But I think we can handle it now. So if you wanna go with Jen --

Abigail: You sure?

Molly: I'm sure. But --

Abigail: I won't stay out too late. I got it. You didn't even have to say it. Okay, bye. Are you okay?

Jennifer: Yeah, I'm fine. It's just -- something happened, and my whole life is different now.

Bryant: Excuse me --

Bonnie: Not my station.

Isaac: Hey, Bryant. What's your pleasure, man? Beer?

Bryant: Nothing. No, thanks, Isaac.

Isaac: Something harder?

Bryant: That's up to you. I was wondering if I could get my job back.

Bruno: Hey, is pouting any way to celebrate your rescue from the county jail?

Katie: I think I told you thank you, Bruno. About ten times last night and ten times today and -- thank you so much for helping me with the plane situation.

Bruno: Hey. Where's that Tuscan smile? You know, the charm that made me fall head over heels with you the first night I met you?

Katie: In your money clip, I suppose, now that you "own" me.

Bruno: Katie, I shouldn't have said "own." I didn't mean it literally.

Katie: How would I know that, Bruno? I don't know you at all.

Bruno: Well, that's what St. Maarten was supposed to be for. Look, if you're gonna sit there with that face, everybody's gonna wonder why I can't make my woman happy. That does bad things for a man's ego. So could you please make an effort?

Katie: I'm trying. But there's only one man in this entire world that I have loved enough to turn myself inside out for.

Bruno: Hey, I thought we agreed that you weren't gonna get moody over Simon anymore. He's gone, Katie.

Katie: Yeah. Forever, probably. So please forgive me if it takes me a little time to get used to the fact that my life is being flushed down the tubes.

Craig: Yeah, is this Palm Court Apartments? This is Craig Montgomery up at the Lakeview Towers. I understand that Ms. Donna Love from Bay City is staying up at the McKinnon apartment? Yeah, well, I appreciate your discretion. Aiden. Yeah, well, I'm an old friend of hers, and I want to surprise her with a little gift. Yeah. Well, yes, you can. You can tell whoever would be willing to alert me when she's alone that I am very happy to compensate them. See, we got a special occasion coming up, and I don't wanna embarrass her. Well, thank you very much. I'll await your call. Well, no sooner do I pry them from the nest than back they fly.

Simon: Where's Katie? I need to talk to her.

Craig: What? Not even a "hello, Craig. Thanks for not changing the lock"?

Simon: I need to see her, Craig.

Craig: Well, I hate to be the one to tell you like this, Simon. But you're too late. [Horn honking]

Mike: Wrong answer, get out of the car.

No --

Mike: Get outta the car!

I have fare -- aaah! That's what you're doing, you're leaking stuff to the enemy! You are! Your wife was just here. My wife doesn't even know.

Jack: Aren't you a sight for sore eyes.

Holden: Hey, Jack.

Jack: I could use a cousin right about now.

Holden: Oh, it's good to see you.

Jack: I am so glad that you are back. How are the kids?

Holden: Pretty good. Everybody is breathing a little easier.

Jack: Good.

Holden: Sleeping a little better. Counting our blessings, stuff like that.

Jack: Yeah, well, I've been counting mine, too, ever since I heard that Lily had found you. I can't tell you how much I've missed you, Holden. I wish I was there.

Holden: Hey, I understand. I heard all about Julia. Sorry about that.

Jack: Yeah, me, too. But we got plenty of time to talk about all that. You said you wanted to talk to me about making some changes here at the house?

Holden: Yeah. I think Luke's gonna be a little uncomfortable coming back here.

Jack: Who would blame him? Last time he was in this living room, it was a war zone.

Holden: That's why I called you. What I wanna do is I wanna make sure this whole place is safe and secure before I bring Lily and the kids back home.

Jack: Well, you have alarms, right?

Holden: They're all down since the attack. What I wanna do is I wanna implement a whole new system. And I want you to design it. Okay?

Jack: Okay. Well, we'll start with a private service. Patrol cars -- two guys each. And we'll upgrade your alarm system. We'll do cameras, window alerts, motion detectors on the outside lights. I got a guy who does security. I'll get him out here right away. And I'll make sure that he does everything up right.

Holden: Okay, great. Thanks, Jack.

Jack: No problem.

Holden: Really hate the fact that I have to turn my home into some kind of fortress. I don't wanna take any chances and regret it later.

Jack: Regret? What? This whole security number's just a precaution, right? You really don't think that Luke is still in danger?

Holden: Yeah, I do.

[Abigail sighing]

Abigail: You know, for someone who was dying to talk to me, you're awful quiet.

Jennifer: I'm sorry. I just -- don't really know how to get into it, I guess.

Abigail: Oh, well, please just say it.

Jennifer: It finally happened.

Abigail: What happened?

Jennifer: It.

Abigail: Oh, you mean it? It happened? It happened?! Jen, I can't believe it! I mean, oh -- is that great? Is it --

Jennifer: Yeah. Yeah, it is.

Abigail: Wow.

Jennifer: You okay?

Abigail: Yeah, just -- wow, you just took this big, giant leap.

Jennifer: I guess.

Abigail: Adam and I are still holding hands. A kiss here and there.

Jennifer: Come on, Abi. You ran away to New York because it was getting too heavy with a guy. That's pretty -- something.

Abigail: Yeah. But we never -- you know. Wow. So?

Jennifer: So?

Abigail: So, how was it? Was it -- I don't know.

Jennifer: It was incredible. It -- for the first time in my life, I wasn't thinking anymore. Everything just melted away. And there was just him and me and nothing else. No time, nobody else. It was like we were flying.

Abigail: Wow. You make it sound -- I mean, just like you said. It was everything you dreamed of. That's unreal. I can't believe it. You and Bryant finally did it.

Adam: Did what?

Isaac: I'm sorry. The music in here must be messing with my head. I could've sworn you said you wanna come back and work for me here?

Bryant: Yeah.

Isaac: I thought you're a trust fund baby. The last I heard, you ran into enough money to buy a small island.

Bryant: Well, there were some problems connected with that.

Isaac: Don't tell me you blew through millions in a few months. Huh? There better at least be a Ferrari parked out front.

Bryant: No, it's not like that at all. I gave the money back.

Isaac: Gave millions back? And now you wanna come work here? I'm sorry. I have a strict policy against hiring stupid people.

Bryant: Isaac, come on. Look, it's complicated. What do you say? Can I come back or not?

Isaac: Why should I give you another chance?

Bryant: One, because I'm a great bartender. Two, because I paid you back last time. I got stuff more together now. I've been through a lot of stuff lately that -- let's just say it made me a better man.

Isaac: And what possessed you to trade a life of luxury for one of minimum wage?

Bryant: Minimum wage, plus tips.

Isaac: You gotta be crazy or there's a woman involved -- which is probably one and the same. That's it, isn't it? I see it on your face. You're in love!

Bryant: Isaac --

Isaac: That's okay. Now, I don't understand love, but I am a very charitable guy. This is so funny because -- first it's the disinherited duchess over there. Now it's a reformed thief. I'm running a Halfway house here for spoiled rich kids.

Bryant: Isaac, Isaac. Can you give me the job? Just give me the job. Don't bust my chops.

Isaac: Lighten up, kid. I'm gonna give you the job. I happen to be a little short of bar staff, anyway.

Bryant: Thank you, Isaac. Thank you.

Isaac: Hold on. You're on probation. You treat my customers with respect, you show up on time, everything's cool. If one cent is missing from the till, one cent, you're outta here.

Bryant: Totally fair.

Isaac: Check with Ritchie.

Bryant: Isaac, thank you! You will not regret this. I gotta go tell Jen.

Bruno: My uncle just came over from Italy, visiting the rest of the family back in Jersey. And you know what he likes to say? "If life tosses you lemons, you make limonata."

Katie: What?

Bruno: Lemonade.

Katie: What does that have to do with me?

Bruno: Katie, you're not making the best of a bad situation. So your circumstances have changed. Change can be a good thing, right? Listen -- you know how many show girls slipped me their numbers the night I met you?

Katie: Dozens, I'm sure.

Bruno: Yeah. They follow me from Atlantic City to Vegas, begging -- just begging -- for a piece of what I'm giving you. My attention.

Katie: I am sure you are just like catnip for all those ladies. I'm just not one of them.

Bonnie: Okay, drinks? Food? Attitude adjustment?

Bruno: I'll have a scotch on the rocks. And not in a wine glass, if you will, please.

Bonnie: Of course. I can tell you're the discriminating type. And what about you, bright eyes?

Bruno: She will have a champagne cocktail, please.

Bonnie: I wasn't asking the discriminating gentleman. I was asking the lady.

Katie: I'll have a ginger ale, please.

Bruno: Only a ginger ale? Come on, Katie. Live a little.

Katie: Okay. Two ginger ales. Thanks.

Bonnie: Sure!

Bruno: Look -- your old man walked out on you. I understand you're blue. All right? But from what I can see, he wasn't making you very happy, anyway. Am I right?

Katie: Yeah, I guess you're right.

Bruno: In fact, he never even said he loved you. So let's stop playing games.

Katie: What games?

Bruno: Stop acting like I am some second-rate stand-in or --

Katie: Or? Or what? Or you'll kill me?

Katie: Or what, Bruno? Cement shoes? A dip in the Jersey marsh?

Bonnie: So are you gonna answer the lady or what?

Bruno: She's -- she's kidding. Tell the waitress you're joking. Katie, what are you doing?

Katie: Well, you're the one who said you own me. I wanna know exactly what that means.

Bruno: I already told you. "Own" was a poor choice of words. I meant -- I meant you're mine.

Katie: See?

Bruno: "Mine" as in my lady, my girl. I thought I was yours, as in your guy.

Katie: Don't you think that's a little premature?

Bruno: Wasn't stomping grapes fun? Buying designer clothes? How do we go from that to me killing you?

Katie: Well, let me put it this way, Bruno. You're the kind of guy who gets what he wants when he wants. You shoveled out a lot of money to help me in a bad situation. And you obviously want something in return.

Bruno: Yeah, Katie, I want you. The fun you.

Katie: Yeah, whatever. What I'm saying is we have a deal, right? Some sort of deal?

Bruno: Yeah. What we have is the oldest deal in the world.

Katie: And what is to stop me from just walking out on it? Or just walking out on you?

Bonnie: Okay, so I typically don't like to butt into your clientele's business, especially since it's so boring. But I thought you should know -- the cute little couple over there at the back table?

Isaac: She's married to a friend of mine. What about 'em?

Bonnie: Yeah, well, Blondie just asked muscle head if he planned to kill her. And since he didn't say no, well, I just thought you should know. Just in case you have a policy against murder.

Jake: Oh. I can't believe they call that a stocked fridge box. [Knock at door] oh. Hal.

Hal: Hey, Jake? What are you doing here?

Jake: Come on in, come on in. Say something. Say something. Say something.

Hal: Like what?

Jake: I don't know. Anything below a high "c." [Laughter]

Hal: House full of women, huh?

Jake: Yeah, they're over there making wedding plans. I've been exiled.

Hal: Oh, I always hated that part.

Jake: I'm glad that you knew that I was registered at Kessler's.

Hal: Hands off Parker's toys! He hasn't learned how to share yet. [Laughter] so this is how they've got you spending your last night, huh?

Jake: Well, you know what it's like.

Hal: In solitude.

Jake: How many times?

Hal: Well, enough to know that it's all just part of the game, Jake. See, this is the last chance you have to change your mind. They want you isolated, away from outside influences.

Jake: I'm not isolated. You're an outside influence.

Hal: Oh, not me, pal. I'm not staying long enough to do any harm. But you gotta face it, Jake -- they got you where they want you.

Jake: Yeah, alone, drinking from a juice box.

Hal: There you go. Let me ask you something, though. Just before I came in here, what were you thinking about?

Jake: I was thinking about Molly and her hair, lips, her eyes.

Hal: See? Yeah. Your life is hers, Jake. Not yours, hers. And Abigail's and Michele's and Bridget's. Say bye-bye, Jake, to any solitude you ever knew.

Jake: I've been living with them for the last four months. What kind of solitude have I had?

Hal: Do you like it?

The noise and the hair in the drain? I mean -- pantyhose in the sink. Exactly. Giggling at 2:00 a.m.

Hal: You'll love it.

Jake: Yeah.

Hal: I know what you mean.

Jake: Juice box?

Hal: Make mine neat. To all the things we pretend to hate. Hmm. Fruity. Full-bodied. North side of the slopes.

Jake: There's gonna be real wine at the wedding, if you're wondering.

Hal: Yeah. The wedding -- I've been meaning to talk to you about that.

Jake: No, Molly is handling the gifts.

Hal: It's not that. I don't think I can make it.

Jake: What?!

Hal: It's Emily. If she doesn't come, I gotta bow out, Jake.

Donna: Okay. Something old.

Molly: Oh! Yeah. Actually, I do have that. The Scottish coin -- I was gonna pin it inside the dress. The one Bridget gave to Vicky? I mean, that is if that's okay with you.

Donna: You would wear that coin for Vicky? And for me. Molly. You are so amazing. You are so amazing.

Molly: Sorry.

Donna: Okay. Okay, all right. No tears. No puffy eyes.

Carly: I know, no puffy eyes.

Donna: Okay, well -- new. Something new?

Carly: Well, the beautiful Carly Tenney original, of course. Thank you.

Donna: Good. Something blue. No, something borrowed!

Carly: Borrowed. I think we forgot. We forgot borrowed.

Donna: Okay, I'll take care of borrowed.

Molly: Okay.

Donna: And something blue?

Carly: Well --

Molly: You didn't!

Carly: I did!

Molly: Where'd you get these? They didn't have them in my size.

Carly: I have my ways.

Molly: I need these. You know, because who has time for laundry? That's why.

Donna: Uh-huh.

Molly: What I really need right about now is not old, new, borrowed or blue. It's chocolate!

Both: Banana splits at Al's!

Molly: Yes, I feel like I haven't done this in -- days! Months!

Donna: You can't be serious.

Molly: I can't sit around here any longer or I'm gonna go crazy. Donna, don't worry about it, because Abigail's a phone call away. And she will watch the kids.

Donna: No, I will watch the twins, but you've gotta think about this. This is ice cream. You won't be able to get into your gown.

Carly: Come on, Donna! Look at her. She doesn't have a problem.

Molly: Ice cream, Donna!

Donna: But you --

Molly: But nothing! You know what? I'll bring back a big, huge, fat sundae for you with extra fudge.

Donna: No, you will not! I cannot get into my --

Molly: Whoo! Ice cream!

Simon: Too late for what? Didn't she come back from St. Marten?

Craig: Oh, she's back. And in rare form, too.

Simon: What do you mean?

Craig: Well, there are certain details a sister doesn't really give a brother. You know, Simon. But there is a certain glow.

Simon: Please, just -- just get to the point.

Craig: Well, she's happy, man, you know? She's constantly chirping about -- what's his name?

Simon: Bruno?

Craig: Yeah! "Bruno this, Bruno that." Bruno's boat, Bruno's island house. I think he has a house on every sandbar.

Simon: Look, I know all about him. I know where Katie's been. I just -- please, just tell me, where is she now?

Craig: I don't know. Probably somewhere in the Italian Alps.

Simon: All right. So I guess I blew it, huh?

Craig: Pretty much.

Simon: Oh, come on. She can't be serious about this guy, can she?

Craig: You forbade her to be serious about you. So why shouldn't she make a life on the arm of some high roller? What do you care?

Simon: Well, I don't want her to get hurt, do I?

Craig: She's a big girl.

Simon: And I --

Craig: You what? You don't have to be coy. I can take it. You what?

Simon: I can't believe I'm telling you, but -- and I love her. Yes.

Craig: You love her?

Simon: Yes! Yes. She's infuriating. She's frustrating. She's nothing but trouble. But, yes, I do. I -- I love her.

Craig: I know what you mean about all of that. But don't you think you should have told it to her face?

Simon: I don't know. I mean, sometimes I knew it, I guess. But it didn't really hit home until I was somewhere else. Without her.

Craig: Go and find her.

Simon: I don't know where to start.

Craig: Try Margo. She knows everything. [Phone ringing] yeah? Yes! You sure Ms. Love's alone? Well, thank you, Aiden. I'm on my way.

Jack: Holden -- I'm here for you now. And I'm making you a promise -- I'm not gonna let anything or anyone come near you and the kids.

Holden: That's why I called you, Jack.

Jack: Does Lily know how you feel?

Holden: No. I put a good face. But I'm telling you -- something here is just not right.

Jack: Okay, all right, is there anybody in particular I should be keeping my eye out for?

Holden: Yeah. A guy about six feet tall. Dark hair, pony tail. Italian accent.

Jack: You got it.

Holden: It stays between us, right?

Jack: Absolutely. Holden, you keep a gun in the house?

Holden: No, not with the kids around. Why?

Jack: Of course. I -- that's the safest thing. But listen, if you change your mind --

Holden: All right, all right. What kinda time frame are we looking at?

Jack: Soon. Soon. You're going to the wedding tomorrow, right? I'll have everything in place by the time you get back.

Holden: All right, I want you to supervise every --

Jack: I'll supervise everything.

Holden: Why aren't you going to the wedding?

Jack: I really haven't been in the partying mood these last couple weeks. Carly's gonna be there.

Holden: Always Carly, huh?

Jack: See? You haven't been gone as long as you thought.

Holden: All right, in the meantime, let me give you these keys. I think all the locks should be changed, all the doors --

Jack: That's a given. Just leave everything to me.

Holden: You're the only one I trust, Jack.

Jack: What's family for? You taking off?

Holden: Yeah, I gotta get going. Get back to the kids.

Jack: All right. I'll lock up.

Holden: All right.

Margo: Simon, I thought you would've been long gone by now.

Simon: Well, I'm back. I'm looking for Katie. Have you heard from her?

Margo: Well, yeah, I had her arrested yesterday.

Simon: What?!

Margo: Grand theft. A rented plane.

Simon: Ah -- look, I told her to take care of that or she'd be in all sorts of trouble.

Margo: Yeah, Katie always listens to everything we say.

Simon: Can I talk to her?

Margo: Well, if you think she's down in her cell, no, she's not.

Simon: So where is she?

Margo: Some guy came by in a very expensive Italian suit, made a few calls and all charges were dropped. So my guess is she's with him.

Simon: Craig was right. So what? Has she fallen for this guy or --

Margo: No, I don't think "fallen" is quite the word. But any guy comes by and shells out $250,000 has a certain appeal to a lady in distress.

Simon: Do you know where they were going?

Margo: No, they didn't say. But looks of this guy is he doesn't turn down any game in town. So, not that you heard it from me, but I'd check the back room at Java.

Simon: All right, thanks, Margo. I've gotta get to Katie before she does something really crazy.

Margo: You're about 20 years too late.

Katie: So, Bruno, what are you gonna do to make me stay here?

Bruno: What do you want me to say, Katie? We had an arrangement. Do you need me to spell it out for you?

Katie: Nothing like talking things out, right?

Bruno: Okay. I take care of you. I show you the world. I make sure you're well-fed. I make sure you're happy, and I buy you all the clothes you want. You? You take care of me. You show up gorgeous with that beautiful smile. And you pay lots of attention to me. Is that clear enough?

Katie: Mm. What if I change my mind? What if I say, "Bruno, you know what? I'm leaving you right here, right now.

Bruno: I wouldn't do that if I were you.

Isaac: Is there a problem over here?

Bruno: No. No, I don't think so. Are we having a problem, Katie?

Katie: No. No. No, everything's fine.

Isaac: Make sure it stays that way.

Bruno: Let's get something straight -- threats? Threats are for weak men. I don't make them. Okay? So before you think about reneging on your deal, understand that I will do whatever it takes to make sure it's secure. Okay?

Katie: Okay.

Bruno: You see? We've talked things out.

Abigail: Hey, how'd you find us?

Jennifer: Why are you here?

Adam: Don't change the subject. And don't think I don't know what you two are talking about, okay?

Jennifer: Um, no, we were just --

Abigail: Yeah --

Adam: Just -- just what?

Jennifer: Now everyone's gonna know.

Abigail: No, Adam's not gonna tell anybody. Right?

Adam: Come on, give me some credit here. I'm not a total creep. You okay, Jen?

Jennifer: Yeah, I'm fine. Thanks, Adam.

Adam: Did you tell Dad yet?

Abigail: Adam! That is not something that Dad wants to know about.

Jennifer: I don't think so, no. I haven't told him, no. But I think he knows something's up. But it doesn't matter, anyway. It's never gonna happen again. It was a mistake.

Abigail: What? A mistake? Jen, you just compared it to flying.

Adam: Jen, Bryant didn't pressure you into doing anything that you didn't want to do, did he?

Jennifer: No, no, no. Nothing like that.

Abigail: Well, then what was it?

Jennifer: It's just -- it wasn't Bryant.

Abigail: But you and Bryant are -- if it wasn't Bryant, then who was it?

Adam: Billy!

Bryant: It can wait. Billy, have you seen the view over here?

Adam: Billy. Actually, this is Abigail Williams. Abi, this is Billy Ross, my cousin.

Abigail: Hi. Nice to meet you. I've heard lots of stories about you.

Billy: Oh, yeah? Any good ones?

Abigail: I'll never tell.

Adam: And I guess you know Jen?

Bryant: Billy, check out the view. You can almost see the cottage from over here.

Abigail: Jen? Billy? Jen, he is Bryant's cousin! He is Adam's cousin!

Jennifer: I know, I know.

Abigail: What were you thinking?!

Jennifer: I wasn't! Okay? I had just broken up with Bryant. And Billy was there. And it was like -- I don't know -- like some kind of chemical reaction or something. Then everything exploded. And there we were.

Abigail: Well -- he is cute.

Jennifer: I know. Boy, do I know.

Abigail: But what about Bryant?

Jennifer: He can't find out. Right? Billy was just one of those things, and now it's over.

Abigail: Jen, you said it was the most incredible experience of your life.

Jennifer: It was. But then Bryant came to me and told me all the things that he's giving up for me. He said he'd do anything if we can get back together. I told him I'd go to the wedding with him, but -- Abi, I don't know what anything really means right now.

Bryant: What are you two talking about?

Abigail: You know. Wedding stuff.

Adam: What in the world were you thinking, Billy?!

Billy: I guess I wasn't.

Adam: This is not something you do to your best friend or your family.

Billy: It just happened. It was like an explosion or something. It's like she has this light on her face at all times. You know what I mean?

Adam: No, she's my sister. Will you cool it?

Billy: I'm really sorry. I'm really sorry about how it happened, okay? But I gotta tell you -- this has never happened to me before. With anybody. So what am I supposed to do?

Adam: My advice? You get Bryant's deck finished and then you get the hell out of town.

Jake: Emily stuck her nose where it didn't belong - between Molly and me, and -- now it's a year later. Molly and I are getting married. We got a family. So whatever Emily did is in the past.

Hal: You mean that?

Jake: I want you there when I say "from this day forward," Hal. Molly wants you there. Besides, I could use a neat little present like this car.

Hal: Jake, I don't know what to say.

Jake: Call your date and tell her to spiff up. Get the mothballs off your monkey suit, 'cause I don't want your nose competing with the cabernet.

Hal: You got it!

Jake: No, don't go now! Because there's a game on eight, and you and I can hang and be like brothers. Come on, Hal.

Hal: Hey, Jake? You seem a touch nervous. Why is that? Oh, right. You're getting married tomorrow. And guess what? I'll see you there, sucker.

Jake: I need human contact. I need food. I need Al's diner.

Donna: Yes?

Craig: Oh, I was expecting Jake or Molly.

Donna: And you are?

Craig: Oh, where are my manners? I am Craig Montgomery.

Donna: Oh, hi. I'm Donna Love.

Craig: Of the Bay City Loves?

Donna: Yes. I'm the twins' grandmother.

Craig: Grandmother?

Donna: Yes.

Craig: Impossible. But at least now I know where they got their looks.

Donna: Oh, thank you. Well, they are very special, aren't they? Okay, where are my manners? Come on in. So then you've met the girls?

Craig: Yes, they sometimes accompany Molly to my ex mother-in-law's, you know, wedding plans --

Donna: Oh, that's right. Yes, please. You were Lucinda's former son-in law.

Craig: Yes, but we still stay in touch. I think it's important for families to remain connected.

Donna: Yes.

Craig: Don't you?

Donna: Yes, absolutely. You know, I hate to pry, but how are you recovering from that nasty trial?

Craig: Well, it was a particularly difficult circumstance.

Donna: You poor thing. Just -- you know, I don't read the papers very much anymore, but it just must have been horrible being falsely accused like that.

Craig: Well, I didn't come here to burden you with my woes. I just wanted to drop this off.

Donna: This is so beautiful!

Craig: For the bride and groom. I didn't know if they had a Hampton court tea set or not. Do they?

Donna: No! That is such a generous gift. But don't you want to come to the wedding and give it to them tomorrow?

Craig: Well, the truth be told, I won't actually be coming. I didn't receive my invitation in the mail. I'm sure it's an oversight. But I didn't want to bring up any kind of discomfort by bringing it up. So I just wanted to leave this off.

Donna: Oh, no. No, no. Just wait. Wait one minute. I'm sure -- you've gone to such generosity and expense, let me just see if I can get you an extra invitation. Wait right there.

Isaac: Hey, Simon. How are you doing, man?

Simon: Good.

Isaac: I thought you left Oakdale.

Simon: I'm looking for Katie. I thought she might be here. You haven't seen her, have you?

Isaac: Not so sure about the guy she's with, though.

Simon: I met him. I don't like him.

Bruno: Katie, I wanna take care of you. I mean, is that so bad? Is there anybody else that wants to do that for you?

Katie: No, I guess not.

Bruno: Then don't think so much. Let it happen. What have you got to lose?

Katie: Nothing, I guess.

Simon: I am too late.

Molly: Jake said he'd love me no matter what. So you know what I say? Let's go for it. Two root beer floats!

Jake: Two root -- are you kidding me?

Molly: Ah!

Jake: Are you telling me I could be home right now in my own kitchen?!

Molly: Jake --

Carly: What are you doing here?

Jake: You! You -- "stocked fridge." Are you kidding me? There's nothing there but peanut butter, apple juice and mighty man vitamins. Hi, Molly.

Carly: You cannot be here. Okay? You're breaking the rules.

Jake: Just hang out --

Carly: No, if you get within ten feet of Molly, she's never gonna want to leave you.

Jake: I want a cheeseburger.

Carly: Get out!

Jake: Good-bye.

Carly: That man is incorrigible. [Laughter] just ignore him.

Molly: Oh, I plan to. Till death do us part.

Bryant: Who's thinking of leaving town?

Billy: I was just telling Adam that, after I finish the deck, I'm gonna --

Bryant: Time out. No, you're not leaving so soon. You haven't seen our aunt Margo or Katie yet.

Billy: Well, I --

Bryant: No, no. You're gonna see 'em at the wedding tomorrow. Tell him.

Adam: Yeah. Abigail's mom is getting married.

Bryant: Yeah, at Lucinda's house, and she's invited everyone, including you. It's gonna be a blast. Right?

Bruno: That wasn't so bad, was it?

Katie: No, it was great.

Bruno: Oh, come on, Katie. We're gonna have to work on that enthusiasm of yours.

Bonnie: Are there any happy couples left?

Isaac: Nope. That's why I'm swearing off love altogether.

Bonnie: Maybe you're right. Maybe love's just too much trouble. I'm swearing off it for good.

Isaac: I'm right there with you.

Donna: Now, you shouldn't really need this, but just in case somebody stops and checks the guest list, you're covered.

Craig: Are you sure?

Donna: Absolutely.

Craig: You're too kind. I don't want to intrude.

Donna: Oh, no, no. Don't be silly.

Craig: Thank you, Donna. You won't embarrass Molly with this, will you?

Donna: Oh, no. My lips are sealed.

Craig: Thank you. I'm in!

Dante: Where are you, Luciano?

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