ATWT Transcript Tuesday 8/13/02


As The World Turns Transcript Tuesday 8/13/02

By Suzanne
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Ben: Bonnie! Come sit with us. We're about to get something to eat.

Bonnie: No, thank you, Ben. I've had all the buffalo chicken wings I can handle in one lifetime.

Ben: Ooh, chilly.

Isaac: I said I didn't want her as a business partner and she glacierized on me.

Ben: Is she packing?

Isaac: Quitting. The woman's spiteful, what can I say?

Ben: Well, you could say, "baby, I'm sorry. I'd love to have you run Java underground with me."

Isaac: You should put that to music. That would be a good R&B song. I have a partner and her name is Lisa. And we don't need any more help. Besides, she's quitting Java underground, not me.

Ben: You sure about that?

Isaac: Yes, I'm sure about that. Anyway, this is gonna work out for the best. With her working here all the time, we get tired of each other. This way, things stay fresh, you know?

Ben: You think so?

Isaac: I know so.

Abigail: Molly, are you home?

Molly: Abigail!

Abigail: I'm sorry. I should have knocked. It's just you weren't at the wedding. I was worried.

Molly: It's fine. I'm fine. Do you remember Mike?

Abigail: Yes. I'm glad you're okay. I've got to go. Oh, oh! He's moving in?

Molly: Abigail, no. Honey, you have it all wrong.

Abigail: One of us does. I'm sorry. Forget I said that. I --

Molly: Abigail, please stay.

Abigail: Why? Why should I?

Aaron: Driver, lock the door! Honk your horn or something. Let the van in front of you know that we need to get out of here.

Craig: Come on, Lucy, get out of the car.

Lucy: Daddy, I can --

Craig: No arguments! You have two seconds. Let's go.

Lucy: I'm not leaving Aaron.

Craig: Don't test me on this because I will pull you out of this thing if I have to. Come on, Lucy, be reasonable here.

Lucy: Why don't you be reasonable? And stop trying to run my life!

Craig: Because I gave you that life and I am not going to let you throw it away on some loser. Come on, let's go.

Aaron: Hey, leave her alone!

Craig: Hey!

Aaron: Go, now!

Alison: Get out of my way!

Susan: It's not gonna work anymore, Alison!

Alison: Do you want me to call Social Services and tell them that you're holding me prisoner?

Susan: Fine. And while you're at it, tell them I'm two seconds away from writing a prescription for tranquilizers and shoving it down your throat!

Alison: I'm warning you, mother! Move!

Barbara: Time to go, honey.

Marshall: Will asked me if he has to stay at Fairwinds. I told him he doesn't.

Barbara: Honey, I already told you, we don't have to stay there. But I do have to stop by and pick up a few things, make a couple of phone calls, find another place for us. In fact, I think I know the perfect spot.

Will: Okay.

Hal: Barbara -- I'm begging you. Please let Will stay here, just for an hour.

Barbara: I've already said no, Hal.

Hal: There has to be some way that we can compromise here. That's all I'm looking for. Just let Will stay, be my best man, and then you can take him.

Barbara: It's too late, Hal. I didn't want to have to do this, but you have forced me into this. If you want to blame someone, you can blame yourself.

Bob: Barbara --

Barbara: Bob, I've already told Kim to stay out of this, don't make me tell you, too. Say good-bye to your father.

Will: Good-bye.

Hal: No. No, not good-bye. Just "so long," okay?

Will: Okay. So long. You better take this back now. Sorry, dad.

Hal: You didn't let me down. You understand that? You never have, and you never will.

Will: I wanted to be your best man.

Hal: Oh, you are, son. You are. Your mother and I will straighten things out. You got that? Is that a deal?

Barbara: Come on, sweetie.

Emily: He's gonna be okay. He's a strong boy.

Alison: Wait! Lucy, Aaron, wait for me!

Susan: Alison! If you leave here, don't bother coming back tonight! Do you hear me?!

Craig: What the hell is going on here? My daughter was abducted, I almost get run over by miss craziness on a bicycle. Who's running this circus?

Emily: This circus is supposed to be my wedding!

Carly: Smooth, Craig. Really smooth.

Carly: I guess that thing you call a mouth didn't come with an instruction manual, 'cause you obviously don't know how to use it.

Craig: Yeah. A lecture from you is about the last thing I need right now, thank you.

Carly: Aww, Craig. Having a bad day, are we?

Craig: My daughter just told me she hated me and got into a limo with somebody who is infinitely capable of ruining her young life.

Carly: Oh, big freaking deal. So you had a fight with your teenage daughter. How unusual. Try having your son ripped away from your wedding by his psychotic mother. That's what happened to Hal. So much for what was supposed to be the best day of two people's lives.

Craig: Well, I don't care if --

Carly: You don't care. Well, isn't that just peachy? You know something, Craig? It would be really nice if just once you could think about somebody other than yourself.

Holden: The limo's gone.

Craig: Well, I told you that already.

Carly: Save the tantrum, Craig. Please.

Craig: And who are you, my mother?

Carly: Perish the thought. Listen, Holden, if Jack's looking for me, I went inside to see how Emily's doing, okay?

Hal: I've got it under control. Everybody, could I have your attention for a minute? One thing you can say about this wedding is -- I guess it's worthy of the editor of The Intruder, right?

[Craig laughs] but we are going to experience a slight delay here, so why don't you all just make yourselves comfortable, get something to eat, something to drink -- 'cause there's one thing for sure -- at some point today, I'm gonna get married. Make yourselves at home.

Jack: Hey, gorgeous.

Carly: Oh, Jack. Emily wanted this so badly. It isn't fair.

Jack: Hey, you heard the man. There is gonna be a wedding today, regardless.

Carly: Maybe. But not the way she wanted it. There's gotta be something I can do.

Jack: Susan's a little shaky.

Carly: Well, maybe I can help.

Craig: Jack, Jack. I'd like a word with you, if I may.

Jack: Go away, Craig.

Craig: I'd be happy to, as soon as you do your job. I need a cop.

Jack: What's going on?

Craig: I want to file a claim for assault against one of your clan -- Aaron Snyder.

Lucy: You shoved my dad.

Aaron: I'm sorry.

Lucy: No, no, I'm sorry. By not going with him, I make things a thousand times worse for you.

Aaron: No, better. You make things a thousand times better, Lucy. Do you know you just kissed me in front of half the town? Do you know how amazing you are? No one has ever --

Lucy: What?

Aaron: For the first time, we were there for each other -- no pretending -- not going by anybody's rules. That was so -- it was so cool.

Lucy: I hated the lying and the rules and the games. It just made everything feel so wrong, like that I should be ashamed that we're together. I could never be ashamed of that.

Aaron: Me neither.

Lucy: You know, my dad's a pretty tough enemy. There's going to be consequences for tonight.

Aaron: We're gonna deal with them together. Know why, Lucy? Because I love you.

Lucy: Why can't my dad see how right we are together?

Aaron: 'Cause when he looks at you, he sees a little girl.

Lucy: He's so convinced I don't know what I'm talking about. He won't even listen to me.

Aaron: Let's make a promise -- whatever happens, whatever your dad or anybody tries to do to get us to split apart, that we'll always find a way to be together. Promise?

Lucy: Promise.

Aaron: Then we'll be okay.

Lucy: Yes. We will be. 'Cause, Aaron -- I love you, too.

Molly: Because we have to talk, honey. That's why you need to stay.

Abigail: Not now.

Molly: Mike's leaving. He's on his way to the airport right now. He's leaving town.

Abigail: Oh, so you were saying good-bye to him? Oh, well, then there's nothing to talk about. Chris and I have to go.

Molly: Can we just meet someplace?

Abigail: It's not necessary.

Chris: What about Java underground?

Molly: Great idea. Java underground, yeah?

Abigail: What for? I told you, there's nothing you have to explain.

Molly: Yes, there is. Just give me a few minutes, okay?

Abigail: Okay.

Molly: Okay. Thank you. You, too.

Molly: How bad did that look when Abigail came in?

Mike: All we did was kiss.

Molly: I thought she told me that she was gonna be gone all day.

Mike: I'm sorry.

Molly: For what?

Mike: For messing up your life, then just flying out of town. All right, next time, I'll just bring flowers. The last thing in the world I wanted to do was make you unhappy.

Molly: You didn't.

Mike: All right. Do you want to hear how you messed up my life?

Molly: Me? Sure.

Mike: I used to be able to go anywhere in the world and never look back. And then I walk into that dive in New York and I saw you. Now how do I go? How do I turn my back on this incredible woman that I'm just getting to know?

Molly: If you figure it out, will you tell me? Because I don't have the slightest idea how to say good-bye to you either.

Hal: Are you okay? I'm sorry. Scratch that. Dumb question.

Emily: Just mourning my wicked past. It finally caught up with me today, didn't it? Women like me don't get happy endings, Hal.

Hal: Are you kidding me? You're the beautiful princess whose kiss just saved me from a lifetime of misery. Don't give up on us now.

Emily: Stop it.

Hal: Stop what?

Emily: Hal Munson, our wedding day is ruined, and you know it!

Hal: No, it's just different. Emily, all the important stuff is the same. We love each other. We're still here. I'm still wearing this stupid monkey suit. So what do you say? Want to take a stroll down the aisle with me?

Emily: You can't be serious.

Hal: You bet I'm serious.

Emily: We cannot go through with the ceremony!

Hal: And why not?

Emily: Why not? Because Barbara took away your son. Alison made a complete spectacle of herself, made a joke of me and my mom.

Hal: And nothing has changed between you and me. Guess that's what love is, huh?

Emily: I do love you. That's why I have to call this wedding off.

Lisa: We are not paying a 10% restocking charge. You take back all of this stuff to your boss. Leave me my regular order.

Delivery man: I can't leave a partial delivery.

Lisa: Well, you certainly can't leave all of these things in my storeroom. I will not have room. I will not even have room for a cocktail napkin.

Delivery man: Fine, I'll unload it right here.

Lisa: No, hey! Now, you stop that! Okay, kid, pick that right --

Bonnie: Whoa, wait, wait. What's going on?

Lisa: This big bozo, he says that we ordered more seltzer than you could fill a whole football stadium with. You know we didn't do that. And now he's gonna try to slap us with a penalty.

Bonnie: Bonnie Mckechnie. And you must be filling in for Vinny until he gets back. May I see the order slip, please? Thank you. Oh -- well, here's the mistake. And trust me, I know it's not yours, but our standard order is 22 cases of seltzer, and someone in your office accidentally added a zero. So, if you could just fill in our normal order and take back the extra cases, we would really appreciate it. I'm sorry, I didn't get your name.

Ben: You see? I think Bonnie has some good ideas -- like the hospital benefit.

Isaac: She was a nervous wreck handling the hospital benefit. How is she gonna handle the daily pressures of running a bar like this?

Bonnie: Thank you, Claude, for all of your help.

Ben: I think that she would do fine -- just fine.

Jack: You want me to arrest Aaron for assault? That's funny. I don't see any marks. What'd he attack you with, a throw pillow?

Craig: And kidnapping, too.

Jack: Kidnapping, now.

Craig: He rented a limousine. He put my daughter in it. I tried to get her out. He assaulted me and they were gone.

Jack: Why don't I bust him for wounding your pride, too? That ought to get him a couple of years.

Craig: Is this funny, Jack? This is my daughter we're talking about.

Jack: You know, Craig, for a guy who always has the latest haircut, you're living in the dark ages. I can't arrest a kid for going out with a girl without her father's permission. If that were so, half the boys in Oakdale would be locked up.

Craig: Then get him on assault. I'm pressing charges.

Jack: If you want outrage, you came to the wrong man. Secondly, I'm off duty. Good luck, Craig.

Craig: Okay, Jack. I was trying to make this easy for you, but I guess I'm going over your head.

Jack: Oh, the boy who cried wolf. What, the commissioner again?

Craig: I didn't tell him about your attack on me at Java underground or any of your other slips either. Maybe I should. But right now, I'll settle for the arrest of one Aaron Snyder.

Jack: You gotta learn to relax.

Holden: Did I just hear you say that you're gonna have my boy arrested?

Aaron: What's the problem? Why did we stop?

Driver: A young lady on a bicycle's flagging us down.

Lucy: Alison!

Driver: Do I wait or go?

[At the same time]

Aaron: Go!

Lucy: Wait! What if she's in trouble?

Aaron: She's always in trouble. And if we pick her up, she's gonna turn into our trouble. Besides, I had this planned for two tonight.

Lucy: I know. And I can't believe I'm about to say this, but she covered for us.

Aaron: For ten minutes.

Lucy: Aaron, it's like you said, when you went to go down and pick her up at the station -- we can't just leave her hanging, not after she tried to help us.

Aaron: Okay. Okay, we're gonna wait here.

Lucy: We'll just find out where she wants to go and give her a ride.

Alison: Ooh, water! Is there a bottle of water in there? Oh. Didn't you guys see me trying to flag you down by the stoplight? Could you please put my bike in the car? Oh, dude. Excellent little minibar you've got set up there. I love the cocktail napkins. So how about that wedding, huh? Did you see Emily's face when she saw my outfit? I mean, my mom had, like, a complete spaz. You guys were awesome. So where are we off to? The night's young, the limo is paid for. Let's go!

Hal: Call the wedding off? Listen, Emily -- I woke up this morning hellbent on marrying your beautiful blonde self and that is exactly what I intend to do.

Emily: Everything I touch turns to ashes.

Hal: Oh, no, no, no, no. You got it backwards. You touched my life and you pulled it out of the ashes.

Emily: Alison --

Hal: -- Is a pain in the butt. And every wedding has one.

Emily: And Barbara --

Hal: Is also -- look, forget her. She's gone.

Emily: And she has Will. She took your son. And I know that's killing you, so go get him. It's okay. Go down to that courthouse and reverse that ridiculous court order.

Hal: Will you stop trying to get rid of me? Tom is gonna take care of that first thing in the morning. Will will be home before you know it.

Emily: Yeah? Barbara and that lawyer of hers should be behind bars.

Hal: Yeah, and I'd really love to put 'em there, but I can't do that, Emily, not legally. You know what I can do legally? I can stand before God, those patient people waiting inside there and the justice of the peace and I can declare my love for you.

Emily: Too many things have gone wrong. I swear, it's like an omen.

Hal: Hey, Barbara and Alison may be two of the most selfish people on the planet, but they are not an omen. Now, don't give them that power. If you call off this wedding because of what they did today, you give them exactly what they want.

Emily: Really?

Hal: Really. Barbara hasn't seen Will in months. And all of a sudden, she is overcome with this rush of motherly devotion -- today? You think that's a coincidence.

Emily: And Alison wore that ridiculous outfit --

Hal: So everyone would look at her instead of you. So -- what do you say? Do I wake up tomorrow in a rumpled tux on my couch next to an empty bottle of bourbon? Or do I wake up with my beautiful wife in my arms? Who wins, Emily? Us or them? It's up to you.

Emily: Can I tell you something, please? You don't need to spend the night in your tux to look rumpled. You always look rumpled.

Hal: Hey!

[Emily laughs]

Emily: It's part of your charm. Me, I'm always pressed for success, but look at me. This gown -- I'm a mess.

Hal: Yeah, you could get married in a potato sack and you'd still be a vision.

Emily: A vision of what? Oh, my God. No wonder so many bad things have gone wrong. You weren't even supposed to have seen me yet!

Hal: Yet? That sounds like you're planning on walking down the aisle with me today. What does that mean? Are we on?

Emily: Yeah. We're on.

Hal: Oh, that's my girl.

Adam: Well, looks like you guys are just skipping right past the wedding right to the "kiss the bride" part, huh?

Hal: And I see that you rented the deluxe tuxedo that comes with the smarty-pants, huh?

Adam: These don't look like smarty-pants to me.

Hal: For your information, the wedding between Ms. Stewart and Lieutenant Munson is on and everybody is invited to watch.

Emily: Ah, correction -- everybody but this little guy here. You are gonna take a nap. I'll see you later. Next time you see your mother, I'm gonna be an old married lady.

Hal: Bye. Have I told you how happy I am that you're here today?

Adam: I think a couple of dozen times already.

Hal: Well, I just told you again. And I wish your mom were here, too.

Adam: Yeah, yeah, I know. Well, at least she's home now, you know?

Hal: She is? Oh, that's great. Are there any new tests? Any results?

Adam: Well, we're still waiting to find out if there's liver cancer to go along with the hepatitis. But, I mean, you know, who knows how that's gonna affect her treatment.

Hal: What did you say about cancer?

Adam: Oh, dad, I'm sorry. I thought you knew. I assumed you did, but --

Hal: Adam, I knew Margo was sick -- but cancer? Hepatitis? This is the first that I've heard about any of that.

Adam: She has advanced Hepatitis C. She's probably gonna need a liver transplant.

Craig: Your son assaulted me and absconded with my daughter. I could charge him for that.

Jack: Well, are you gonna do it or not?

Craig: No, I'm not. Not this time.

Holden: I need to talk to Aaron.

Kim: I think you're just being too judgmental of yourself. I mean, so Alison is going through a rough time. But she'll come out of that. And think about Emily. Think how wonderful she's been. You have every right in the world to be proud of her. You must have been doing something right.

Susan: Thank you. I just hope nothing else goes wrong for Emily today. Shouldn't that justice of the peace be here by now?

Bob: Oh, he's probably in that road construction. It took me 30 minutes, when normally it takes 10.

Kim: Well, he's probably gonna be here any minute now. Why don't you just sit down and relax and let me see if I can find you something cool to drink, okay?

Bob: You know, Alison will not be a teenager forever.

Susan: Promise?

Bob: What is it they say? Even the gnarliest ones do grow up. Excuse me, I want to catch Tom about something.

Carly: And I thought mothers of the bride only cried in the movies. Hey, Emily's just getting married, you know. It's not like she's moving away.

Susan: It's not that. It's Alison. I don't know what to do with her anymore.

Carly: May I offer you some advice? Maybe things would get better if you and Craig would just leave those kids alone.

Susan: What an asinine thing to say!

Lucy: Um, Alison -- Aaron and I are kind of having a date.

Alison: I know. Oh, oh, you mean like "two's company, three's a crowd"? Even after everything I've been through today?

Aaron: Oh. Somebody get out the violin.

Alison: Oh, make fun of me, then get rid of me. That's nice.

Aaron: You act like this is some kind of big surprise. We had this planned all along.

Lucy: Well, just tell us where you want to go. We'll take you there, wherever.

Alison: I have no place to go! Don't you get that? Nobody wants me to be around. I ran out of my sister's wedding. My mom doesn't want me to come home tonight. Just drop me off at a bus station. I'll sleep on a bench.

Aaron: Okay. Driver, bus station, please.

Lucy: Aaron!

Alison: What a great night. My best friends dump me. My mom wants me to see a shrink.

Aaron: What do you expect her to think when you walk into your sister's wedding looking like -- like this?!

Alison: I thought at least you would understand.

Aaron: Why me?

Alison: Sure. Now that you're dating the queen of mainstream, you've forgotten what it's like to be an outsider.

Lucy: Hey.

Alison: You get a hangnail and it's a big crisis. Your dad buys you ice cream sundaes after a big fight. You have no idea what it's like to not be wanted.

Lucy: Maybe someone would want you if you stopped feeling sorry for yourself all the time. You do awful things to people and then, when they get mad, you play the victim. You get what you deserve, Alison. So turn off the pity party.

Alison: Now you guys hate me, too. Please, don't throw me out on a curb. You guys are my only friends. Without you -- without you, I'd be lost.

Molly: Don't go.

Mike: No, you need to see Abigail.

Molly: Okay. We'll go over to Java underground and then I'll take you to the airport and we can pick up egg rolls along the way.

Mike: I can't stretch this out, all right? So no more heart-wrenching good-byes. See you later.

Molly: Yeah. If fate decides there is a later.

Lisa: Look at him over there -- pretending not to notice that you're packing up, ready to leave. Look, darling, I don't know what happened between you and Isaac, but believe me, it has to be just a little bump in the road. Don't give up on that sweet man.

Bonnie: I'm not. But I can't give up on myself either.

Lisa: What do you mean?

Bonnie: I learned a lot of things with Ian, and one of them was not to let someone else dictate what I'm capable of.

Lisa: Is that what Isaac is doing to you?

Bonnie: Not on purpose, but yes. He thinks the only thing I can do well is shop. And I've tried to prove myself to him, but -- never mind.

Lisa: Honey, believe me, you can do anything you set your mind to. I'm gonna go tell him right --

Bonnie: No, no, no, no. If you have to tell someone that they need you, they usually don't.

Lisa: But he does need you. Java underground needs you. Oh, please, honey, this -- just stay. Why don't you just stay?

Bonnie: Lisa, this isn't just another lover's quarrel. I asked Isaac to make me a partner in the club and he turned me down. And I'm so sorry. I did not mean to step on your toes.

Lisa: Wait, no, no. You just go right ahead and step and dance and jump up and down if you're really serious about this. Are you?

Bonnie: You wouldn't mind me throwing ideas around on how to run the place?

Lisa: I would welcome it, believe me. We need a lot more hands-on here than I'm willing to do.

Bonnie: I thought you loved being here.

Lisa: Oh, I like meeting and greeting people, but I don't love dealing with those delivery guys, and I don't like going around all the time checking to see if all the bowls are filled with peanuts. You know, I just got saturated when -- I mean up to here -- when Isaac went off to Scotland. And I had to take care of this place all by myself. Oh, no. It's just more than I can handle. You know I'm going into business with Carly Tenney. And, well, the bottom line is, it's too many businesses for me to handle.

Bonnie: Lisa -- are you saying what I think you're saying?

Lisa: Honey, it would be a godsend if you would help out here. I mean, it would be a blessing.

Tom: Nobody's answering at the house. I think I'm gonna give the hospital a try.

Bob: Well, maybe Katie turned the phone off.

Hal: Why didn't you tell me Margo had Hepatitis C?

Tom: Hal, please, keep your voice down. Margo's trying to keep this quiet until she has a plan of action.

Hal: We're talking about my best friend!

Tom: Mine, too.

Hal: And the mother of my son.

Tom: And mine.

Hal: So why don't I know everything you do?

Bob: Because it's not up to us to tell you. That's Margo's call.

Hal: All right, well, then tell me this. Is she going to be okay?

Bob: The tests haven't been completed yet, but we're optimistic.

Hal: Skip the double talk, Bob. Give it to me straight. What, are you afraid that I can't handle it -- that I'll flip out again and wind up in the psych ward?

Tom: No, no, of course not. It's just -- it's all happening so fast. I mean, Adam just found out himself.

Hal: Don't shut me out of this, Tom.

Tom: Understood.

Hal: Who else knows about Margo?

Emily: I do. I found out yesterday when I visited her at the hospital.

Hal: Why didn't you tell me?

Emily: I'm sorry. I wanted to wait till after the wedding.

Hal: I think maybe you're right, Emily. I think maybe this day is cursed for us.

Susan: So you think Craig and I should leave our children alone?

Carly: They need space.

Susan: They need boundaries, just like Parker. The only difference is, they don't come and cuddle on your lap after they act out.

Carly: Look, all I'm saying is that sometimes you need to back off for a little while and --

Susan: I've done that! I've backed off. I've accommodated. I'm not gonna do it anymore.

Carly: You're making a big mistake.

Susan: I hope when Parker is a teenager, you'll remember giving me this patronizing advice. And if you do, I hope you'll have the guts to apologize.

Craig: She's right.

Carly: I am not in the mood.

Craig: Neither am I, Carly. Good-bye.

Carly: Well, aren't you gonna stick around? Don't you want to see who's gonna catch the bouquet? Isn't that why you crashed this thing?

Craig: No, actually I came to make sure my daughter was all right. But Aaron Snyder took her away, so now I have to go track them down.

Carly: Listen, I may not be the parent of a teenager yet -- and I may be wrong about an awful lot of things, but I am right about this. I know it. You cannot put leashes on children to keep them safe.

Craig: You don't know what you're talking about.

Carly: I know that Lucy is a good kid. I know that Aaron is a good kid.

Craig: Why, because he's a Snyder?

Carly: If you keep following Rosanna's misguided advice, you're gonna lose your daughter. Lucy is not Bryant, Craig.

Craig: What are you trying to do here?

Carly: I'm trying to help you.

Craig: Aaron Snyder is a shiftless, biker, party-boy punk with a Police record before he finished high school. Right? Now, if that doesn't bother you, fine. But it bothers the hell out of me. So stay out of my way on this and do not give my daughter any more of your advice. Please.

Carly: Sorry, Craig. I can't do that. You'll thank me later.

Lisa: Believe me, darling, men are always the last to know when something's good for them.

Isaac: Bonnie, are you still here?

Bonnie: Why, yes, I am. Is there something I can do for you?

Isaac: No. No, I just -- got some things to do.

Bonnie: Okay, bye. So we have a deal?

Lisa: You bet. 25% of Java underground is yours, with my blessing.

Bonnie: Yes! Thank you, Lisa.

Emily: I'll do whatever you want, Hal. If you want to get married on a less crazy day, I understand. I'll marry you whenever. It doesn't matter. I'll be there.

Hal: You know, you're cute when you're trying not to cry. I'm sorry I unraveled there for a minute. I just had no idea about Margo. I'll tell you what -- what do you say we wake up Daniel, get married and spend our honeymoon with a sick friend?

Emily: I say that's wonderful.

Adam: Hey, dad, Emily -- I'm sorry for almost ruining your wedding.

Hal: You're gonna have to stand in line for that honor.

Emily: Yeah, my grand wedding turned into a grand mess, right?

Adam: You guys are gonna go through with it now, right?

Carly: Oh, you bet they are. I didn't wear these high heels for nothing. Now, where's Daniel?

Emily: Napping.

Carly: Okay, well, I'll go get him and I'll bring him down.

Hal: Thanks, Carly.

Carly: Yes, hi, I need to make an urgent call. Montega. Well, I'm not sure exactly. Is there a listing for a palace?

Jack: Well, Hal, I hear you're short of a best man. I'm available.

Adam: Yeah, and I'm available to stand in for Will as well right now, I think.

Margo: Does the best man have to be a man?

Hal: No. Just as tough as one.

Margo: Well, then count me in, Hal.

Emily: What do you know? My special day just got special again.

Alison: Tell the driver to drop me off anywhere. It doesn't matter.

Lucy: We're not gonna kick you out of the limo. Are we, Aaron?

Alison: I don't -- I don't think I'm feeling so well. I drank too much water too fast.

Aaron: Do you want to get out?

Alison: No, no, no. I think I just need to lay down. Oh, isn't this nice? The three of us together, riding around and around and --

Lucy: Oh, just let her stay -- at least until she's calmed down. Then we'll drop her off, okay?

Aaron: Driver, you know where the Old Mill is? Right off of River Road?

Driver: Sure, after you make the left on 35?

Aaron: Right. I think we're gonna forget Chicago and head there instead.

Driver: I'll tell the dispatcher.

Craig: Montgomery.

Right. Craig Montgomery. Listen, I have a little problem here. My daughter's out in a stretch with one of your clients, Aaron Snyder, S-N-Y-D-E-R. Yeah. Yeah, listen, a family emergency came up and I need to get in touch with her. So could you give me their destination, please? Oh, the driver just called in? What's that? Great, thank you. Okay, Aaron -- you made a bad mistake.


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