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Another World Transcript Wednesday 2/11/04
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I will go when they call that number.
[Adam plays piano]
Rachel: No, thank you, Hilda.
Jamie: You wouldn't be nervous, would you, Mom?
Rachel: Why do you say that?
Jamie: Well, you told Hilda no thanks and took a sandwich.
Rachel: Well, I'm the mother of the bride. I have a prerogative to be nervous.
Mac: It's a duty, actually.
Jamie: And how are you doing, Mac?
Mac: Oh, I just got a few butterflies. Big butterflies, big as bats.
Lisa: Well, everything looks beautiful, Rachel.
Rachel: Oh, thank you. I just keep thinking I'm missing something.
Jamie: Yeah, where is he?
Rachel: He's invited.
Mac: It's my opinion he didn't come over on purpose.
Adam and Rachel: Why?
Mac: Well, Loretta's living here. She and Mitch don't get along that well.
Lisa: We saw Loretta driving out as we were coming in.
Rachel: You did?
Rachel: I thought she was upstairs in her room.
Mac: Well, maybe she went over to Sam's.
Adam: Hmm. Where's the bride, anyway?
[Adam plays "wedding march"]
Rachel: Oh -- well, she's supposed to be napping. Maybe it's time for her to get up now, huh?
Mac: I'll get it, Hilda.
Rachel: Oh, that's probably the rest of the flowers.
Mac: Mm-hmm. It's one flower, a very lovely one.
Vicky: Oh, a very nervous one.
Mac: You're in good company. Come on in.
Mac: Miss Victoria Hudson.
Lisa: What's Vicky doing here?
Jamie: She's one of the bridesmaids.
Lisa: She's what?
[Knock on door]
[knock on door]
Amanda: Come in.
Ada: Hey, take it easy. It's only me, not some spooky goblin.
Amanda: Oh, Grandma.
Ada: Oh. And don't say "come in" on your wedding day. It might be the groom. Don't you know it's bad luck for the groom to see you before the wedding?
Amanda: Come on, you don't really believe all those superstitions, do you?
Ada: Nah. Just one.
Amanda: Oh --
Ada: Maybe two.
Amanda: You're wonderful.
Ada: And you are beautiful.
Amanda: I'm a nervous wreck.
Ada: You're supposed to be.
Amanda: I never thought that I would be like this.
Ada: Oh, no, not you. Not Amanda Cory. You are going to be so different from everybody else. But we are all, alas, human.
Amanda: I know, even me and Sam.
Amanda: But, you know, we're not going to need good luck.
Ada: Oh, everybody needs a little good luck once in a while. But you and Sam will do ok.
Amanda: You like Sam, don't you?
Ada: I'm not the one who has to live with him. It's whether you like him or not that counts. But if you really must know, miss, yes, I do like him.
Amanda: Oh, I'm getting married. I can't believe I'm really getting married.
Ada: Yeah, I know. My lovely little granddaughter is really getting married.
Sam: Where is it?
Sam: It was in a box in my pocket. Oh, man, don't tell me this.
Mitch: What am I not supposed to tell you?
Sam: The ring, man. It was in a box in my pocket.
Mitch: You gave it to me when you came in the door.
Sam: I did?
Mitch: Along with the lecture about not losing it.
Sam: All right, just don't, all right?
Mitch: Don't worry. Nothing's going to happen to it. It's going to end up right where it should be, right on her finger.
Sam: Do you believe this? I'm actually going to walk down the aisle.
Mitch: When you walk back up, that's it.
Sam: Yeah, a husband with a wife.
Mitch: Yep. That's the way it generally goes.
Sam: Yeah. You know, those -- those two words -- they're pretty --
Mitch: What, sounds adult?
Mitch: Maybe a bit scary?
Sam: Yes. Yes.
Mitch: Well, I think it's pretty terrific.
Sam: Yeah, well, I guess I'm ready to be a husband. Amanda's husband.
Mitch: Maybe you ought to change clothes first. Don't forget your tuxedo.
Sam: Hey, I got it all set up, all right? It's all the way up from my patent-leather shoes up to my bow tie.
Mitch: Well, I'm happy for you. She's a good girl.
Sam: Yeah, she is. Hey, so is Felicia. I can't wait till you're on this side of it.
Mitch: Well, to tell you the truth, neither can I.
[Knock on door]
Loretta: Well, is this what the well-dressed groom is wearing? So, how are my two boys on this special day, hmm?
Cass: This is incredible!
Nicole: Yeah, I can't believe it!
Cass: Just think what this means!
Nicole: What does it mean?
Cass: What do you think it means?
Nicole: What do you think?
Cass: I'm trying to think.
Nicole: Well, I'll think, too.
Cass: I think we just said the word "think" nine times in the last 10 seconds.
Nicole: Wait, wait, I think I know.
Nicole: It's a landing strip.
Cass: Which means that planes have to get in and out of here.
Nicole: Right, so our pilot was probably trying to land when we crashed.
Cass: Things are looking up, Nicole. Things are -- things are definitely looking up. Look over there.
Cass: A cave!
Cass: I can't believe this!
Nicole: This is great.
Cass: We found a cave.
Cass: "Wow"? That's all the enthusiasm you can muster? Do you realize what this means? Come on.
Nicole: Right now?
Cass: Of course right now.
Nicole: Cass, I'm busy.
Cass: Nicole --
Nicole: No, this just isn't a good time, you know? I'm really swamped. How about if we pencil it in for next week?
Cass: Don't do this, Nicole.
Nicole: I'm not going in, Cass.
Cass: What are you afraid of?
Nicole: Who said I'm afraid? I'm just not a cave person, that's all.
Cass: When was the last time you were in a cave?
Nicole: That's totally irrelevant.
Cass: Come on.
Nicole: That's -- that's what I'm afraid of. I just remembered. It came to me.
Cass: This is nuts.
Nicole: And rats.
Cass: Honey, we haven't even seen one mosquito on this island.
Nicole: Well, that's because they're all hiding in that cave.
Cass: Along with the bears and the rats and the roaches?
Nicole: Yeah, see? See, you're finally getting the picture.
Cass: Close your -- trust me --
Nicole: Cass --
Cass: I'll take care of you. Come on.
Nicole: Oh --
Cass: Come on. Oh, my, my, my, my.
Nicole: What? Describe it.
Cass: I don't believe this. Nicole, look. You got to look.
Nicole: Oh, Cass. That's incredible.
Cass: I told you!
Nicole: Well, who -- who could've -- what in the world is in these things?
Cass: Well, that's what we're going to find out. Give me a hand.
Nicole: Ooh, it's dusty. It's, like, been here for years, huh?
Cass: Pull back, pull back. Get that end. Oh, this is great! This is great!
Nicole: Spam, beans.
Cass: These must be army rations.
Nicole: Well, what are they doing here?
Cass: Well, we did invade the south of France during World War II. Let's find out what's in the other one. Here. Got it?
Cass: Look at this. Look at this. Torches. Do you realize what this means? We can light these. People are going to be able to see us, Nicole. Oh, wow. This is unbelievable! I can't believe this. We're saved! Oh, no.
Nicole: What's wrong?
Cass: Well, the rain must've seeped into the trunk. The matches won't light.
Nicole: Here's some old batteries.
Cass: Let me see those. Nicole, I think I know how we're going to be rescued.
Lisa: So, how did Vicky get to be a bridesmaid?
Jamie: Susan, Amanda's friend, had some trouble, and she had to fly to London all of a sudden.
Lisa: Hmm. So Vicky just stepped in?
Jamie: Well, not really. She was here when the call came, and then Amanda asked her to fill in.
Lisa: Right place at the right time.
Jamie: Well, it was kind of lucky because she was almost exactly Susan's fit.
Jamie: What's the matter? Don't you believe me?
Lisa: Oh, I believe you.
Jamie: But you don't believe something?
Lisa: I just think it's curious that Vicky takes such an interest in your family as well as you.
Rachel: Hi, Zack!
Zack: What's up? How you doing?
Mac: Zack, welcome! Hello, Julie Ann.
Julie Ann: Hello.
Zack: Thanks, thanks, but I'm not staying. I'm just dropping off Julie Ann.
Rachel: Julie Ann, you look radiant.
Zack: Please keep telling her, Rachel. Her confidence level needs a little boosting.
Mac: We're all a little nervous today.
Julie Ann: A little. Take a look at these fingernails.
Zack: And she's only the bridesmaid. Just think what it'll be like when she's a bride.
Vicky: Well, come with me. We'll compare fingernails.
Julie Ann: You look fabulous.
Zack: Ok, well, listen, I'm going to get some paperwork finished over at the office, and then I'll see you all at the church.
Mac: 5:00 sharp.
Rachel: You're bringing Delia, aren't you?
Zack: Uh -- she'll be with me.
Mac: Uh-huh. Maybe this minister would do two for the price of one?
Zack: Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa, Mac, let's just take this relationship one day at a time. The way things are going, it'll be just good to get through one date, ok? I'll see you guys later.
Mac: I'll show you to the door.
Julie Ann: Where's Amanda, Mrs. Cory? Is she getting ready?
Rachel: Oh, she's up resting, but maybe it's time for her to get ready now. Excuse me.
Vicky: Lisa, did Jamie tell you what we did last night after the rehearsal dinner?
Lisa: No, Vicky. Why don't you tell me.
Vicky: Oh, it's just so funny, isn't it, Jamie?
Lisa: What is?
Vicky: Oh, we dragged down Route Four.
Jamie: Only for about a half a mile.
Lisa: Isn't that dangerous, not to mention idiotic?
Vicky: Oh, well, it was just the spur of the moment, you know --
Jamie: Route Four is deserted that time of night.
Lisa: Well, it's lucky you both took the deserted route.
Vicky: Oh, Jamie won.
Lisa: What did he win?
Jamie: Nothing. It was just for fun.
Lisa: Why didn't you tell me about all this fun, Jamie?
Jamie: I didn't think it was important.
Lisa: Oh, well, nothing to do with Vicky is important.
Ada: How's that?
Amanda: Feels wonderful. I think I'm actually starting to calm down.
Ada: A calm bride? That I want to see. Flip over.
Amanda: So, tell me about your wedding, Grandma.
Ada: Which one?
Amanda: You know which one.
Ada: Oh, come on. You must be bored out of your mind with those stories by now.
Amanda: The way you tell them, never.
Ada: Ok, you want the falling down part or the sneezing part?
Amanda: Both, please.
Ada: Ok. I was so excited and so nervous and such a klutz trying to make it down that aisle in my new high heels, when I finally almost got to the altar and I caught my heel in the carpet and landed right in Roseanne Epolotti's lap.
Amanda: Who was she again?
Ada: Well, I didn't know if she was a relative or a friend of a relative or what. I just know that I fell in her lap on my wedding day.
Amanda: But you weren't hurt, right?
Ada: Well, only my pride.
Amanda: And everybody laughed.
Ada: They laughed, and they gasped, and they went "Tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk" a whole lot.
Ada: I mean, they did the whole number.
Amanda: Ok, now, tell me about the sneezing part.
Ada: Well, that was when the minister started to ask all those questions -- you know, will you, won't you, do you -- and I tried to wiggle my foot back into my shoe, and my nose started to itch.
Ada: So my nose was itching like crazy. It was like somebody put some pepper up there.
Amanda: And you started sneezing?
Ada: Eight times in a row.
Amanda: Did everybody laugh again?
Ada: Well, no. I was the only one who laughed at that.
Amanda: Oh, that's right -- you laughed hysterically and you couldn't stop. You were laughing for three or four minutes.
Ada: And it wasn't funny. I mean, it was a nightmare.
Amanda: Oh, Grandma --
Ada: And poor Charley Hobson -- he was so stunned, he just stood there trying to remember why he ever asked me to marry him.
Amanda: I love these stories.
Ada: Yeah, well, compared to that, you know, you -- what could happen at your wedding?
Rachel: I know what you're doing. You're telling her all of the sneezing and tripping bridal stories.
Amanda: She's just trying to calm me down. And, actually, it's working, it's working.
Ada: Look at this. Look at this! Is this a gorgeous bride or what?
Ada: Yeah, I think I did a pretty good job, if I do say so myself.
Amanda: The hairdresser's coming at 3:00.
Ada: What'd I do all this work for?
Rachel: Is she going to have enough time? Certainly, she'll have enough time.
Ada: Oh --
Rachel: I mean, she's good. She can do it. But she better not be late. And in case she is, you better plug these heat rollers in, ok? Yeah, that's good.
Rachel: The florist! The bouquets -- are they here?
Amanda: No, not yet.
Rachel: What do you mean, they're not here yet? They're supposed to be here yet. I don't understand what's happened. Where are they? Mom, you've got to call the florist!
Ada: Why should I?
Rachel: Because I'm worried!
Ada: You're worried. You call the florist.
Rachel: You're not going to do this favor for me?
Ada: Ok, ok, ok. I'll call the florist. I'll call the organist. I'll call the hairdresser. I'll call my cousin in Dubuque. Look, would you take care of her? She's a wreck!
Rachel: Dubuque? I'm not a wreck, am I?
Amanda: No, Mom, you're fine.
Rachel: She's right. I'm a wreck.
Amanda: Mom. Stop worrying. Everything's going to be perfect. You'll see.
Rachel: Mom really got you calmed down, didn't she?
Amanda: Well, she made me laugh. I'm calm because I know that this is the right thing. It's the most right thing in the world.
Rachel: Oh, sweetie, when I see that smile, I know it is, too.
Amanda: I'm so happy, so positive about everything.
Rachel: You're not even the little bit nervous?
Amanda: Well, maybe a little bit.
Loretta: Well, here we are, the three of us, together again. It's wonderful.
Mitch: Is it?
Loretta: Well, I think so, yes. It's always been a warm time when the family's been together.
Mitch: Isn't the truth being stretched here a bit? I mean, the fact is we were never really together.
Loretta: Oh, now, Mitchell --
Mitch: Never. Don't be late. Be early. Be at the church. See you later.
Loretta: Well, I guess some things never change.
Sam: Did you think they would?
Loretta: Well, I thought by now your brother might be able to stand being in the same room with me.
Sam: Mom, how did you expect him to feel?
Loretta: Well, I'm his mother!
Sam: Yes, and there are problems between the two of you that you ignore.
Loretta: I certainly do not.
Sam: Mom, you hardly look at him. I can't blame him for feeling that you don't care about him.
Loretta: Well, that's ridiculous. I love both my sons. Mitch knows that.
Sam: Oh, so you don't have to show him or tell him that, is that it?
Loretta: But he knows.
Sam: And then there's no problem?
Loretta: It's your wedding day, Sam. What are we doing talking about problems?
Sam: Some problems just can't be ignored, ma.
Loretta: Excuse me?
Sam: We need to talk about this.
Loretta: Amanda's bracelet.
Sam: You can say there's no problem until hell freezes over, but you still stole this.
Loretta: Sam --
Sam: Mom, listen to me. It's my wedding day. Let's start with some honesty here. You steal things, ma.
Loretta: You watch your mouth.
Sam: Mom, you're a thief.
Loretta: How dare you say that.
Sam: I have to say this. You steal things, and then you give it to people so you look like this warm-hearted, wealthy woman.
Loretta: Stop it.
Sam: Mom! Look, please -- I don't want stolen gifts. I don't want my wife or my child to receive stolen gifts from you. I don't want them to suffer the humiliation that I went through, the disillusionment when I found out what you really are.
Loretta: Anything I have ever done I have done for you.
Sam: Fine. Then you do this for me. You take this back to Chicago. You go to the store, you go to the jewelry counter, and you put it back, because I'm not doing it anymore.
Loretta: Don't touch me.
Sam: Will you stop this?
Loretta: How dare you talk to me like that. I'm your mother.
Sam: My mother.
Loretta: How can you be so cruel?
Sam: I can't have this here.
Nicole: What is it, Cass? How are you going to rescue us?
Cass: With these batteries.
Nicole: Cass, will you please explain what's going on?
Cass: Nicole, we are now going to start enjoying island life -- bananas, spam, coconuts. I tell you, we're going to have a celebration dinner the likes of which you have never seen. Because I know how we're going to be rescued -- I think. I hope.
Nicole: Hey, where are you going?
Cass: We're going to make some noise! We're going to let some people know we're here!
Amanda: Thanks, Julie Ann.
Julie Ann: Well, you said you needed one.
Amanda: Well, I do. And this is gorgeous. How does it look?
Julie Ann: It's just crying out for a dress.
Amanda: Oh, my best friend, the comedienne.
Julie Ann: Well, listen, I'm just trying to lighten you up.
Amanda: Lighten me up? Why? Am I acting nervous?
Julie Ann: Um --
Amanda: When my Grandma was here, she said that I wasn't acting nervous. Am I nervous again?
Julie Ann: Nervous? No, I mean, just because you haven't stood still or made sense for the last 20 minutes --
Amanda: Oh! Ok, ok, I'm going to take a deep breath, and I'm going to try to make some kind of sense.
Julie Ann: Well, this ought to be good.
Amanda: Julie Ann, I love you very much, and I feel very honored to have you as my bridesmaid. You are the best friend that any person could ever have.
Julie Ann: Even a married person?
Amanda: Julie Ann, come on. Things aren't going to change when I get married. We're still going to see each other just as much.
Julie Ann: I hope so.
Lisa: One wrinkle-free veil coming up.
Julie Ann: Ooh.
Amanda: Oh, that's great!
Lisa: Try it on.
Amanda: Ok. Wait a minute! I can't see!
Julie Ann: Ok.
Lisa: Who cares if you can see? You're going to look gorgeous. Sam will be knocked out.
Julie Ann: Oh, it's so pretty.
Amanda: I hope so.
Vicky: Amanda, how do I look as a bridesmaid? Fabulous?
Amanda: Oh, that looks so gorgeous.
Julie Ann: The dress looks great on you.
Lisa: Is it comfortable?
Vicky: Very. Why?
Lisa: I don't know. It seems to be pulling here in the waist.
Vicky: I didn't even notice.
Amanda: It is your size, isn't it, Vicky?
Vicky: Yes, size four, just perfect.
Lisa: Hmm. Must be cut small.
Vicky: So, Amanda, when are you going to go away on your honeymoon?
Sam: Excuse me. Have you seen a salesperson around here?
Woman: No, sorry.
Sam: Thanks. Excuse me! Excuse me, can I get some help down here? Great.
Woman: My --
Sam: No, see, it's not what you think.
Sam: No, no, I wasn't -- I wasn't stealing --
Sam: No, look, this isn't -- it's not what it looks like, ok?
Guard: What's going on here?
Woman: He's stealing!
Sam: Shut up, will you, and let me talk?
Guard: Now just stay right where you are, son.
Sam: Look, look, I found this bracelet, and I'm -- I'm bringing it back.
Guard: Ok, very slowly, let me see both your hands.
Sam: Come on, man, that's all I was doing.
Guard: Oh, we're going down to the office.
Sam: No, we're not. I'm getting married today, and I'm late. I'm out of here.
Guard: Come on, punk!
Sam: Oh, man. Look, I'm sorry! I didn't mean that! I'm sorry --
Officer: Freeze! Don't move, buddy. You're under arrest.
Mac: Oh, Loretta, you look spectacular.
Loretta: Oh, thank you, kind sir. I'm just trying to keep up with the Corys. I saw your wife. She is a picture.
Mac: Thank you. We missed you this morning.
Loretta: I dropped by to see Sam, wish him Godspeed.
Adam: Limos are all ready, Mac. Mrs. Fowler.
Mac: Yes, I guess it is time.
Adam: Mrs. Fowler, why don't you ride with me?
Loretta: Oh, well --
Mac: That would be a great help. So, I'll see you at the altar, if I can get my family moving.
Loretta: Well --
Adam: Listen, about what happened yesterday -- I think we ought to just put it behind us.
Loretta: I'd like that. It was humiliating.
Adam: The store manager didn't want to press any charges.
Loretta: It was such an awful misunderstanding.
Adam: And forgotten. Mrs. Fowler?
Loretta: Why, thank you. I think you can call me Loretta.
Jamie: You leaving, cousin?
Adam: Hey, Jamie. Listen, we're trying to get the show on the road. You want to come with us?
Jamie: I was going to go with Mitch, but I guess he forgot.
Adam: Let's go.
Vicky: It's so fun, but I'm surprised nothing bad has happened. I'm usually a jinx on weddings.
Lisa: Oh, well, Julie Ann and I were up all night doing voodoo on you.
Julie Ann: Yeah, didn't you feel all the pins and needles?
Vicky: Ooh --
Lisa: We broke the curse, so the wedding's going to be perfect.
Vicky: Oh, great. Well, let's go, then.
Lisa: Come on.
Ada: Oh, Mac, Nancy growing up and going away was bad enough, but now my granddaughter?
Mac: Wasn't it just last week we took her to the church for the christening?
Ada: Oh, where did the years go? Oh! Oh, my!
Rachel: Well, what do you think, Mac? What do you think of your little girl?
Mac: I think -- present company excepted -- I have never seen anything quite so beautiful.
Amanda: Thanks, Daddy.
Mac: No, my darling, thank you for all that you've given me in every year of your life, for all that you've meant to my life.
Rachel: Well, Mom, I think we ought to have a little conference with Hilda before we go.
Ada: Hilda, conference, the reception -- right. Come on. Let's go.
Rachel: We'll meet you in the limo.
Mac: Hmm. Boy, I hope I don't cry at this wedding. But if I do, it'll be tears of joy.
Amanda: I hope so.
Mac: My little Amanda, a wife.
Amanda: I'll still be your daughter.
Mac: Don't you ever forget that.
Amanda: I picked a great song for us to dance to.
Mac: And we'll dance, and I'll be the proudest man -- the very proudest man on earth at that moment.
Amanda: I've always dreamed it would be like this. You look so handsome, walking me down the aisle.
Mac: You love Sam. He loves you.
Amanda: Yes, he does.
Mac: That's all that I want -- just to know that my little girl is going to be happy. That's why I've been so worried all this time, trying to make sure you were going to be happy.
Amanda: I'll be very happy.
Mac: You know, I guess this isn't easy for a lot of fathers, but for me -- well, Rachel and I -- we had so many stops and starts and all kinds of craziness. I guess perhaps that I've been too protective. Maybe I was just too apprehensive about the choice you'd make, and I know that Sam has suffered because of that.
Amanda: He's a strong guy. He can handle it.
Mac: I'm going to believe that. I'm going to believe that you're going to build such a wonderful life, the two of you, together. God bless you, darling.
Amanda: He already did. He gave me you.
Mac: Hey, let's get you married before I change my mind.
Sam: Look, will you let me out of here? I didn't steal anything! It's all a mistake!
Officer: If you want to do yourself some good, you'll quit with the yelling.
Sam: Look, I was putting the bracelet back, I swear it.
Officer: Shut up, will you? You're not in here for stealing. You were busted for punching a security guard.
Sam: But he started it. Look, look, I'm getting married today, ok? Great. Don't I get a phone call? It's the law. I get a phone call, right?
Officer: You'll just have to wait for the public defender.
Sam: Will you let me out of here? Come on! I'm getting married in an hour! Let me out!
Cass: You know, I had absolutely no idea that bananas and spam went together so well. Here, have some more.
Nicole: Cass --
Nicole: Hey, look -- I did it.
Cass: You're kidding. Already?
Nicole: Yeah. I'm a genius.
Cass: You -- you actually did it?
Nicole: Yep. When I was a kid, you know, this was my hobby -- putting radios together and taking them apart.
Cass: Well, what are you going to do now?
Nicole: Now I'm going to send an S.O.S. signal.
Nicole: Yep. Here goes.
Cass: Did it work?
Nicole: I don't know. Only if someone hears it.
Cass: Well, are you going to do it again?
Nicole: Yeah, in a while.
Cass: Well, where are the drinks?
Nicole: Right here. Why?
Cass: You remember when Wally died and we talked about celebrating life whenever we could?
Nicole: I remember.
Cass: Well, I think it's a perfect time, while we're waiting to send another S.O.S., to celebrate. Don't you?
Nicole: Yeah, it is perfect. Here you go.
Cass: Thank you.
Nicole: How about a toast?
Nicole: To me, the genius who put this radio together.
Cass: Well, wait a minute. You don't toast yourself, Miss modesty. And, anyway, it was my idea.
Nicole: All right, all right, so we'll toast to you, too. To the idea man behind the genius. I couldn't have done this without your support and encouragement.
Cass: Why, thank you, thank you.
Nicole: And -- wait -- to our flight home.
Cass: May it be boringly uneventful.
Nicole: Yeah, may our biggest complaint be turbulence and a crummy movie.
Cass: Hear, hear.
Cass: We will be rescued, you know.
Nicole: Yeah, I'm sure.
Cass: You don't sound sure.
Nicole: Well, I am. I just hope --
Nicole: Well, I just hope that it's not too --
Nicole: No, soon.
Nicole: Too soon. Did I really say that? Yeah, I guess I did. It's just that I really do like this place. It's beautiful and peaceful and private. It's like it's our own little island.
Cass: Then maybe we shouldn't waste any time.
Nicole: What do you mean?
Cass: I think we should take advantage of all of this peacefulness and privacy while we have it.
Cass: Oh, I can think of a lot of ways.
Nicole: Oh, yeah?
Cass: Oh, yeah.
Nicole: Name some.
Cass: Well, I haven't had any exercise in a few days.
Nicole: Me, either.
Cass: I'm starting to feel a little out of shape.
Nicole: Me, too.
Cass: How about a swim?
Nicole: In the dark?
Cass: Uh-uh. No, we can light the torches. I want to see you -- all of you.
Dawn: Oh, look at Amanda!
Cheryl: That dress is beautiful.
Scott: Ok, come on, you guys. Let's sit over here.
Cheryl: It looks great.
Mac: There is no sign of the groom anywhere.
Rachel: Oh, Mac. There's Mitch. Maybe he knows.
Mac: Mitch, do you have any idea what's going on?
Mitch: I've called. There's no answer. I assume that he's on his way.
Mac: It's too late to be assuming anything.
Loretta: This is like a scene from "Father of the bride." You make a wonderful Spencer Tracy, Mac.
Mac: Thank you, Loretta. I hope you're in the right movie.
Rachel: We're going to start soon.
Mac: We hope.
Rachel: Why don't you get Mitch to take you in and seat you?
Loretta: Oh, you know, when I think of how my family is being brought together because of your family -- it's all so wonderfully strange.
Mac: That's the understatement of the year.
Loretta: Well, I'll see you in the receiving line.
Rachel: Mac --
Jamie: Excuse me.
Jamie: Hi. How you holding up, sis?
Amanda: Oh, I'm all right.
Amanda: Hey, how's -- how's my groom, huh? Is he nervous? Is he as nervous as I am?
Amanda: What's wrong?
Mac: He's delayed, honey, just for a bit. Just a bit.
Amanda: Where? What's he doing?
Rachel: We don't know.
Jamie: Nobody does.
Sam: Come on, man, let me out of here! I'm getting married today! Where the hell is the public defender?
Nicole: Why don't you come in?
Cass: I just want to look at you for a while.
Cass: Do you know how beautiful you look tonight? If I had only one wish in my entire life, it would be that we could stay like this forever.
Cass: To the new fashion craze -- Lagoon wear by Love.
Nicole: To --
Cass: Us. To you and me.
Nicole: Do you really mean that?
Cass: I believe that all of this has happened for a reason -- that we were both saved and that we find ourselves here tonight in this paradise.
Nicole: Oh, yeah? What's the reason?
Cass: That we were meant to be together.
Nicole: That simple, huh?
Cass: Sometimes the most important things are.
Cass: Wait. I have an idea.
Cass: No, wait here.
Nicole: Uh-oh. What are you going to do now?
Cass: No, no, don't worry. Don't worry. This is going to be very simple, too.
Nicole: Cass. Was it me you saved, or was it Kathleen? Is it me you want to be with or her?
Mac: Darling, I'm sure Sam will get here just as soon as he can.
Amanda: Something terrible must've happened.
Rachel: It could've been something very simple.
Amanda: Mother, stop trying to humor me. Somebody should be out there looking for him.
Mac: They are looking for him, sweetheart.
Adam: Hi. Listen, I checked the hospitals, the station house, even the state police -- nothing.
Mac: Thank you.
Adam: I'll keep looking.
Loretta: I hope it wasn't my fault.
Ada: What do you mean, Loretta?
Loretta: Oh, nothing.
Ada: Loretta, if you have even a clue --
Loretta: It's just I went to see Sam this morning. We had an argument. He was not happy when I left.
Mac: Oh, I'm sure it couldn't be that.
Jamie: Mitch, any news?
Mitch: I spoke with Sam's landlord.
Mac: Did you find out something, Mitch?
Mitch: Sam's landlord said that he saw him get into his car earlier and take off. He was still in his jeans.
Ada: Well, maybe Sam came back when the landlord wasn't there.
Mitch: Maybe. But he asked Sam where he was off to in such a hurry, and Sam replied, according to the landlord, that he was going to Chicago.
Loretta: Oh, I knew it. He was angry with me, terribly angry.
Amanda: No, that isn't right. Sam wouldn't -- Sam wouldn't do anything like that. That's not like him.
Mac: What do you think?
Rachel: I agree with Amanda.
Mac: Well, I don't. He does what he wants to do when he wants to do it, regardless of what it does to others.
Amanda: No, something must've happened.
Rachel: Well, whatever happened, we're going to have to make an announcement to the guests.
Mac: Darling, we don't have a choice any longer. I'll do it.
Amanda: Mom, this isn't like Sam. He would never stand me up. He wouldn't do this.
Julie Ann: I can't believe this is happening.
Lisa: I know, but it looks like it is.
Sam: The lady I love is going through hell right now because I'm sitting in this jail cell. Just get me out!
Man: You're free to go.
Sam: I am? Why didn't you tell me that in the first place? Will you open the door? Open the door.
Officer: You'll be back.
Man: Now we need to talk about your court dates.
Sam: Fine. You set it up and get in touch with me. I'll be there. Open the door!
Officer: I'll be seeing you real soon.
Sam: Amanda's got to be going crazy. I swear, I swear, I will make this up to you, Amanda. Look, just open the door, will you? Thank you. Thanks.
Cass: Nicole? Nicole? Hey, where are you? What is this, some kind of a joke? Nicole? Nicole? Nicole!
Amanda: What could have happened?
Rachel: Honey, there's no way of knowing until we hear from Sam.
Amanda: I want to know now!
Rachel: Amanda, you've got to calm down.
Amanda: If you tell me that one more time --
Rachel: Honey, getting hysterical isn't going to help. I'm sure Sam is fine.
Amanda: I'm not!
Rachel: Honey, please --
Amanda: Daddy is dead wrong. Sam would never do this to me. He loves me. He would never do this to me. You know Daddy is wrong, don't you?
Rachel: Darling, I don't know what to think anymore. I'm sorry.
Amanda: I want you to leave.
Rachel: Amanda, listen --
Amanda: No, I am not listening to you -- not to you or anyone else! I want you to leave!
Rachel: Amanda --
Amanda: Go away!
Amanda: Sam, what happened to you? What happened?
Sam: Hey, wait -- wait --
Reverend: I'm sorry? Oh, Sam!
Sam: Where is everybody?
Reverend: Well, they left nearly an hour ago.
Sam: Great. They're going to kill me.
Reverend: Well, Mac may have uttered those words at one point.
Sam: Yeah, I don't blame him. Look, I promise, I didn't do this on purpose. I swear it.
Reverend: I know how much you two love each other, and I was a little surprised.
Sam: It's a long and complicated story. Look, I want to marry Amanda more than anything in my life.
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