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Another World Transcript Friday 2/13/04
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Cass: Am I dreaming?
Cass: How about if we never wake up?
Cass: Let the dream go on forever.
Cass: What a beautiful way to wake up.
Nicole: Wait -- I thought this was going to be a dream that lasted forever.
Cass: Real life is better than a dream.
Nicole: Then this is real.
Cass: This is very real, and we're going to make it last for the rest of our lives.
Charlene: One of the maids from the Cory house called about the wedding being back on.
Vince: You were on the phone with the Cory house?
Charlene: Yeah, you're supposed to go to the church. The wedding's happening right now.
Cheryl: He made it?
Dawn: Is it happening now?
Scott: Come on, let's go! Let's don't be late.
Cheryl: See, Scott, I told you so.
Scott: How did I know you were going to say that, huh? Hey, Mom.
Scott: Coming with us?
Mary: No, Vince has to change. You go ahead. We'll meet you at the reception.
Scott: Ok, we'll see you later.
Cheryl: I knew he loved her.
Scott: Yeah, right.
Cheryl: Bye, Mom.
Minister: Who among those assembled here give this woman in marriage?
Mac: Her mother and father do.
Amanda: Sam, look!
Sam: Yeah, I see.
Amanda: Isn't it wonderful? They're here!
Mac: Hello, sweetheart. Sam, may we join you?
Amanda: Oh, I'm so glad to see you!
Rachel: We wouldn't have missed it for the world, sweetie. We love you.
Amanda: I love you, too.
Ada: Even if we were screaming like banshees?
Liz: And almost got left behind?
Amanda: It doesn't matter now. I'm just so glad you're here.
Rachel: What about it, Sam? Can we join this ceremony?
Sam: Absolutely, yes.
Minister: Why don't you all get rid of your coats, and we'll try to begin.
Mitch: I just got here.
Sam: Hey, Mitch. Can't have a wedding without my best man. Glad you're here.
Mac: John, you ask who gives this woman in marriage.
Mac: Her mother and I do, Sam.
Sam: Thank you, sir.
Vicky: Everybody, let's get in place, let's get in place.
["Wedding march" plays]
Amanda: Thanks, Daddy.
Mac: Let's get you married, sweetheart.
Minister: Well, I must admit, this is one of the most memorable ceremonies I have ever performed. And one in which I can see the absolute love and devotion between the two young people standing here before me. Love, devotion, and forgiveness. These are all words that are part of married life. And of course, there are many more, including trust, commitment, compassion, being each other's best friends in life, the most passionate part of each other's lives. It's two people becoming one and yet retaining their own identities, their own individuality. And I get the feeling that you both are going to pull that one off. Now, we already know who's giving Amanda to be married in the state of holy matrimony. And if there is anyone now who can show just cause why they should not lawfully be joined, speak now or forever hold your peace. Sam Fowler, do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife? Do you promise to love her, comfort her, honor and keep her in sickness and in health, forsaking all others, keeping her only unto you for as long as you both shall live?
Sam: I do.
Minister: And, Amanda, do you take Sam to be your lawfully wedded husband? Do you promise to love him, comfort him, honor and keep him in sickness and in health, forsaking all others, keeping him only unto you for as long as you both shall live?
Amanda: I --
Sam: Are you all right?
Amanda: No, it moved. The baby moved.
Sam: It did?
Amanda: She must think that this wedding is right, too.
Sam: It's he, come on.
Amanda: He, she, us.
Sam: Us. That's a great word -- "us."
Amanda: I love you.
Rachel: Is she all right?
Mac: Look at that radiant face. She's all right.
Sam: Amanda Cory, I wanted to marry you from the moment I met you that day parking cars at your party. I don't know why we didn't do this sooner.
Amanda: Maybe because you're so stubborn.
Sam: Yes, I have that in me. But I learned from my mistakes. At least, I hope I learned from my mistakes. And I won't promise you the sun and the moon and the stars, but I am never going to stop trying to get them for you because you're my moon and my sun and my stars. And every time you walk into a room, you make everything bright. And I am never going to let you go, ever.
Amanda: I'm going to hold you to that, Sam Fowler. And you're right. You are stubborn. And sometimes you can be so darned self-centered and egotistical. And loving, caring, passionate, and romantic, and everything that I've ever dreamed of. I do love you. I'm taking you as my husband for good and for bad, with all my heart, all my soul, and everything else that counts.
Sam: And I take you as my wife.
Minister: I would say that that covers the vows.
Minister: Sam, do you have a ring to give to Amanda?
Sam: I do.
Minister: The ring is a symbol of eternal love, a circle that is never-ending, just like the love you two share. Place the ring on Amanda's finger and repeat after me. With this ring, I thee wed.
Sam: With this ring, I thee wed.
Minister: Bless, o Lord, this ring that he who gives it and she who wears it may abide in thy peace and continue in thy favor until their life's end, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Minister: Let us pray. Lord everlasting, bless this union. May it ever remain in perfect love and perfect peace through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Minister: Those whom God hath joined together let no man or woman put asunder. Now, Sam and Amanda, inasmuch as you have consented together in holy wedlock and have witnessed the same before God and this company, by the power vested in me by the church and the laws of this state, I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.
Sam: Hey, hey, hey. Wait a second, wait a second.
Sam: I want to kiss my wife, ok?
Amanda: We're married! And I don't care, I want everybody to know it!
Sam: Yeah, I love you, too.
Ada: Oh, hey, come on, you. Give me a great big hug. Get over here.
Amanda: Oh, Grandma.
Ada: Sweetheart. Sam, congratulations.
Dawn: I think I better hang onto this, too.
Scott: I wish it could have been us.
Amanda: I'm sorry that we ran off like that.
Sam: Yeah, and you guys have a right to know why I kind of ruined things the first time around.
Rachel: All we knew was that you'd run off to Chicago.
Ada: Did you get into an accident?
Sam: Well -- no, actually, I was kind of doing an errand for a friend of mine, and, see, I kind of got into some trouble. Actually, I got thrown in jail.
Mac: You didn't?
Sam: Yeah, well, it was just a misunderstanding.
Mitch: What kind of misunderstanding?
Sam: I slugged a cop.
Mac: Slugged a --
Sam: He was just a security guard, just a security guard. See, I was trying to stop a shoplifter, and, see, they thought I was the thief. And I kind of freaked out when I figured out that I was in big trouble, so when he shoved me, I --
Mac: You hit him.
Sam: Yeah, I hit him. Things went downhill from there. I'm really sorry.
Ada: You know, you're going to have better stories to tell your grandchildren than I had to tell you.
Amanda: Yeah, I'm going to tell them that I am the luckiest woman in the world.
Rachel: Ok, ok, ok, enough of that. I've got a caterer working overtime.
Mac: Anybody need a ride?
Rachel: Yes, everybody's invited back to the house for the reception. Hilda's called all the other guests. It's going to be a wonderful party.
Jamie: Excuse me. Ok, married lady, you're still my sister. You remember that, ok?
Amanda: I don't think you're ever going to let me forget it.
Jamie: No way.
Julie Ann: Oh, this is when everyone kisses the bride.
Sam: No, no, no way. This woman is mine.
Vince: Now, there are two locks on the back door, so the best thing to do is to lock the top one first. That way, you're halfway home.
Mary: You look really nice.
Vince: Oh, thanks. Charlie doesn't really know much about locking up --
Mary: Vince, Charlie has locked up lots of times.
Vince: Only eight or nine.
Mary: Which is enough. She knows how to lock a door.
Vince: Yeah, but there's an alarm, you know?
Mary: Which is easy. She just has to turn it on before she closes the door. Will you stop worrying?
Vince: You don't seem to understand Charlie.
Mary: I think you look really handsome.
Vince: Well, thank you. I didn't say this before, but you look more beautiful tonight than I've ever seen you.
Mary: Thank you. I'm really glad we could go out tonight.
Vince: Yeah. It's good that things worked out with Amanda and Sam.
Mary: Sure. People who love each other should wind up together.
Vince: Yeah, yeah, that's what I always say. Whatever happens --
Vince: People love each other --
Vince: Well, they can always find their way back to each other.
Mary: We should go if we're going.
Vince: Yeah. Just a minute. Charlie, hold on. You just turn the alarm on, and then when the door closes automatically --
Mary: Vince, you told her. She'll be fine.
Vince: I know, I know. But I'd like the place to be standing when we get back.
Mary: Listen, pal, tonight we're not going to think of anything except celebrating happily ever after.
Vince: Happily ever after, huh? I just may hold you to that.
Cass: Hey, you all right?
Cass: You seem -- I don't know. You seem distracted.
Nicole: No, no, I was just thinking.
Cass: About what?
Nicole: That this is reality.
Cass: I told you before, the rest of our lives, remember?
Nicole: I know, but, I mean, we've got food and water to last for days, so we'll be all right. But eventually, we're going to be rescued.
Cass: And that bothers you?
Nicole: That's where the reality part comes in.
Nicole: Do you realize we have nothing?
Cass: Oh, you mean the business.
Cass: Oh, we've got lots of things.
Cass: Lots of bills. I mean, the creditors are going to care about us always. The phone is going to ring off the hook.
Nicole: We have nothing to show the buyers, you know? Who knows if the insurance is going to come through? The fashion show never happened, so we couldn't build a reputation. No publicity. The salon's mortgaged. We'll probably never get another loan again.
Cass: Nicole, listen.
Cass: Just listen.
Nicole: I don't hear anything.
Cass: Don't you hear the birds?
Nicole: Well, yeah, ok, I hear the birds.
Cass: Anything else?
Nicole: The waves.
Cass: And the insects.
Nicole: A few.
Cass: The waves make beautiful sounds.
Cass: It's music. Listen to it.
Nicole: Cass, are you feverish after --
Cass: Just listen. Listen to it all. Listen to the waves, the birds singing, and the leaves rustling with the breeze blowing through them. Close your eyes. That's it. And just listen. This is all our private symphony in our private world. You hear it now, don't you?
Cass: Good. Dance with me.
Nicole: This is wonderful.
Cass: And it's all ours.
Nicole: I haven't felt this safe, this happy since --
Nicole: Since I was little, I guess.
Cass: How little?
Nicole: Sometimes, I used to fall asleep on the couch next to my mother, and just before I dropped off, I felt this way, this safe, this loved.
Cass: Nice memories.
Nicole: I never felt that way again after my mother's suicide. Till now.
Cass: Now is what's important. Dance with me some more, ok?
Nicole: You know, my mother was such a gentle person. How she could stand being married to my father is beyond me.
Cass: Nicole, all this talk about your father is not adding to the mood. I wonder if the weather is going to allow for an air search tomorrow.
Nicole: Cass, is something wrong?
Nicole: Well, you keep changing the subject.
Cass: Do I? I guess all this talk about your family is just making me think about mine.
Nicole: You know, you never told me much about them.
Cass: I know.
Nicole: I wish you'd talk about them more. Let's see, you have a sister in San Francisco, right? And a brother. What?
Nicole: What were you looking at?
Nicole: Yes, you were. You were looking over where the -- food. Cass, the food is gone. Then -- oh, now, wait, wait. No one else -- no one else is here. Are you sure?
Cass: These didn't make those footprints, Nicole.
Nicole: Well, then maybe someone else is here on the island.
Cass: Yeah, maybe.
Nicole: Well, maybe it's the security guard, you know? Maybe somehow he survived.
Cass: Maybe, maybe.
Nicole: No, wait, maybe somebody heard our message. Maybe somebody's come to rescue us.
Cass: We would have heard the boat or the plane arrive, though, wouldn't we?
Nicole: Yeah, that's true, but still, maybe someone else is here.
Cass: Somebody else is here, all right, and they're not very sociable.
Nicole: What do you mean?
Cass: They didn't want us to know they were here. And what about --
Cass: The radio. He stole the radio.
Nicole: Oh, no. You sure?
Scott: Come on.
Dawn: Where you going?
Scott: Come on, come on. Follow me.
Scott: Just a second. Ok.
Scott: There have been so many times that I've wanted to tell you, and -- I don't know -- I guess things always just seemed to get in the way.
Dawn: Tell me what?
Scott: That you have given me the most special gift I've ever known. You've loved me.
Dawn: You don't have to say --
Scott: And I know that we know what the future has in store for us. But I also know that when I hold you like this, it's worth a million tomorrows, because you've shown me a life that I've never known and a love that I've never, ever, ever dreamed of. And all the battles that we've been through and we've fought and we've won and the ones we're still going to go through and win or lose, I want you to know you've made me so happy. So happy. And I love you very, very much.
Dawn: Wow. You have made my life so rich in such a short time. And we don't know how much time we have left, but I pray every day for some more time. But, you know, sometimes I realize how fulfilled I am because I've loved you and you love me in sickness and in health till death do us part. But no matter when anything happens, I want you to know that I have been so happy because of you.
Mitch: Ladies and gentlemen, it is my distinct honor and pleasure to introduce to you Mr. And Mrs. Samuel Fowler.
Ada: Ok, Mac, you're on!
Rachel: Quiet, everybody! Quiet!
Mac: A toast to our daughter and our new son-in-law.
Mitch: All right! Go for it, Mac!
Mac: If I could give you half the happiness that I've known with Rachel, you would be blessed, indeed. But I wish you more. 10 times, 100 times more. Amanda, Sam, your family, your friends wish you all the joy your lives can hold. With all our loves, we do honor to you.
Sam: I think he means it.
Jamie: The bride and groom will have the first dance.
Sam: You know something?
Sam: I'm dancing with my wife.
Amanda: Sure, Daddy.
Rachel: Well, it's all right, Sam, I don't bite.
Mac: You do look radiant.
Amanda: Words can't even begin to say how I feel.
Mac: I hope it lasts forever.
Amanda: I'm really glad that you and Mom made it to the ceremony, and Jamie and Grandma. I don't think I could have gone through it without you being there.
Mac: Well, you didn't. Now to celebrate. I love you.
Amanda: And Sam?
Mac: Sam's going to fit right in.
Rachel: Do you like fruit, Sam?
Sam: Excuse me?
Rachel: Fruit. Amanda likes fruit for breakfast.
Sam: Oh, ok.
Rachel: And also in the summer, you know, when it gets very hot, she tends to get irritable. I mean, she's not really a summer person. She's a winter person.
Sam: Ok. Yeah.
Rachel: Am I sounding dumb?
Sam: No, Rachel, you're not. I promise you, I will take care of your daughter, always.
Rachel: All right, Sam, thanks. That's all I wanted to hear.
Loretta: You look very handsome. Amanda's absolutely radiant. Sam, could I talk to you for a minute?
Sam: Sure. I'm listening.
Loretta: No, I mean, could we go out to the foyer?
Vicky: Time to change. Jamie?
Lisa: Dance with me.
Sam: What is it?
Loretta: I just wanted to say I'm very sorry.
Sam: Forget it, Mom.
Loretta: No, I can't forget it. My son protected me that way. You went to Chicago because of me, didn't you?
Sam: Mom, this is my wedding night. Can we please discuss --
Loretta: You went to take back the bracelet I gave to Amanda.
Loretta: And you wound up being punished for it.
Sam: I wasn't punished because of the bracelet. I was punished because I slugged a security officer. Now, can we please just forget this, ok?
Loretta: Well, I just wanted to say I'm deeply sorry.
Sam: Yeah. Well --
Loretta: No, please don't turn away from me. I really need to say something.
Sam: Ok. What?
Loretta: Because of what you did, I made a vow. You won't have to worry about me anymore. I've learned my lesson. I make that promise to you on your wedding day.
Amanda: Hey. Is everything all right?
Loretta: Oh, it surely is. My goodness, why wouldn't it be when my son just married the most beautiful girl in the whole wide world? Now, go on, you two. Dance. Go on. Dance.
Amanda: Is everything all right, honestly?
Sam: My mom promised everything would be ok. I believe her. I have to.
Cass: Why did he steal the radio?
Nicole: Maybe it is the security guard. Maybe he survived and he just wanted to try the radio out, you know?
Cass: What, for his own private rescue?
Nicole: Well, I don't know. But if he stole it and then he ran away to hide, maybe he's just a little confused or something.
Cass: Oh, great. A demented security guard for a playmate. Did he have a gun? Do you remember if he had a gun?
Nicole: No. I mean, yes. I don't think so.
Cass: Thank you for that clarification.
Nicole: Oh, come on. Maybe it's not him.
Cass: The safest thing for us to do is to stay put.
Cass: And stay together. And stay alert.
Sam: All right, guys, you ready for this? One, two, three!
Ada: Next to be married!
Liz: Who's the lucky bride?
Jamie: Me? I thought it was going towards you, Mac.
Mac: No, no, no, no.
Rachel: No, no, no, he's been married enough times already.
Amanda: All right, it's time for the bouquet toss.
Amanda: Get ready.
Lisa: You got it.
Amanda: All right, are you ready?
Julie Ann: Yes!
Amanda: Huh? All right. Ok. Go!
Julie Ann: Oh, my God, Vicky got it!
Ada: Get a picture. Hurry up, get a picture.
Vicky: Oh, Jamie, I guess that's us, huh?
Jamie: Pictures, yes. Ok. See this?
Liz: Too bad you couldn't catch the bouquet. You and Jamie make such a nice couple.
Lisa: Yeah, real nice.
Liz: You know, I don't like to gossip or say things about others, but Victoria jumped right in front of you.
Lisa: Excuse me.
Rachel: Hilda, it's time for the cake.
Ada: Cake time, cake time.
Vicky: Cake time. Oh, ok, sure. Yes.
Lisa: I want to talk to you.
Lisa: Out in the hall.
Vicky: Is there a problem?
Lisa: Unless you want a scene right here and now, do it.
Lisa: If you think you're being cute or even mildly amusing, think again.
Lisa: I've had all I'm going to take from you, Vicky.
Vicky: I don't know what you're talking about.
Lisa: Oh, come off it! I'm not stupid.
Vicky: I didn't say you were stupid.
Lisa: Let's start with you walking down the aisle at the church with Jamie. And then you danced, and you were hanging all over him.
Vicky: Well, talk about hanging all over people, you did a mighty fine job of getting extra close to Adam.
Lisa: Don't try to twist this around.
Vicky: Or are all men just supposed to fall at your dainty little size fives?
Lisa: And don't deny that you're after him because I'm not buying it anymore.
Vicky: Look, Lisa, the only reason I was with Jamie is because we're in the same wedding party. Now, is that a crime?
Lisa: That's another thing, Vicky. Amanda hardly even knows you. So how did you get to be a bridesmaid, anyway? And I use the word "maid" loosely.
Vicky: Oh, aren't you just --
Lisa: You just practically knocked me over to get at the bridal bouquet.
Vicky: I was just enthusiastic.
Lisa: You just wanted to sit on Jamie's lap and have your picture taken, clowning around like some cow.
Vicky: Excuse me?
Lisa: This is only the first of many nights, isn't it, Vicky?
Vicky: You know --
Lisa: This is only the first of a lot of tricks to get Jamie alone.
Vicky: You and Jamie would make an adorable couple if you weren't so inadequate.
Lisa: You know, we have the night that you were "stranded" with him in the snow. And then there was the time you arranged it so that you could ski while I left the cabin. And then, of course, there's the famous chase to New York City.
Vicky: Are you finished?
Lisa: It ends tonight, Vicky, and I mean it.
Vicky: Look, Lisa, if you think I'm trying to drive a wedge between you and Jamie --
Lisa: I don't think, I know it.
Vicky: You better think again. Because I can't drive anything anywhere if there isn't a space available.
Ada: Jamie? Jamie?
Jamie: Yeah? What's the matter? What? What? What is it?
Ada: Your uncle Jason called. He hurt his arm, and he wants you to stop by and see him in the morning.
Jamie: Oh, can't he go to the E.R. for this?
Ada: I asked him that, and he said he'd rather wait until morning and see what you thought.
Jamie: Thanks, Grandma.
Ada: Ok, honey.
Jamie: Hey, Vicky?
Jamie: Have you seen Lisa?
Vicky: Oh, well, the last time that I saw her, she was in the foyer. I think she was a little upset about the bouquet or something.
Jamie: Oh, come on, I don't believe that.
Vicky: I don't know. I'm going to go get a piece of cake.
Jamie: Hey, what's up?
Lisa: I don't want to discuss it.
Jamie: Lisa, now, you know that I love you.
Lisa: I know. I don't want to talk about it now.
Mitch: Congratulations. I just want to wish you the best and let you know if you need anything or if you get into any trouble or if there's anything I can do, give me a call.
Sam: There's not going to be any trouble, Mitch. You know what I wish?
Mitch: What's that?
Sam: I wish that when I get back from my honeymoon that you and Felicia are ready to be at the altar.
Mitch: That's a good wish.
Sam: So, how is she doing? Have you heard from her?
Mitch: She and Michael are still looking for Cass and Nicole.
Sam: Yeah, so there's no sign of them yet, then?
Mitch: No, but they're going to keep looking.
Sam: She'll find them. You know, Mom's leaving.
Sam: Well, maybe if you talk to her, you know, she --
Sam: Will you?
Mitch: We'll see.
Sam: She made a promise to me tonight about a problem that we've had. If you talk to her, maybe she --
Mitch: Don't expect any miracles, ok? We'll see what happens.
Vince: Do you remember -- oh, never mind.
Mary: What? What?
Vince: Well, I was just thinking about our wedding, and I was just kind of wondering if you remembered anything about it.
Mary: I remember being very nervous. I remember Mary Ellen McCarthy was my bridesmaid.
Vince: That's right.
Mary: And -- and everything else is not very clear. I'm sorry.
Vince: That's ok, that's ok. Do you remember what happened after the priest said that we were man and wife?
Bianca: Well, that's --
Cass: Don't worry, ok? Nothing's going to happen tonight.
Nicole: How do you know?
Cass: I just do. And tomorrow morning, bright and early, we'll follow the footsteps wherever they lead.
Nicole: I don't think I can sleep.
Cass: That's why I didn't want to tell you about them.
Nicole: Hey. We're a partnership, remember? We share the good stuff and the bad.
Cass: If the guy was going to harm us, he would have done it by now.
Nicole: How do you know?
Cass: I just know.
Nicole: You sure know a lot.
Cass: I'm glad you're finally realizing that. Now, I want you to try to sleep. I want you to think good thoughts. I want you to dream deep, imaginative, sexy dreams.
Nicole: What are you going to do?
Cass: Aside from watch you dream?
Cass: I'm going to stand guard.
Nicole: All night?
Cass: Yeah. And then tomorrow, we'll be rescued.
Nicole: Well, how do you -- never mind. You just know.
Cass: She's catching on, folks. She's definitely catching on. Seriously, that message that we sent on the radio today -- it's bound to have gotten through to somebody.
Nicole: Well, let's hope so. Our radio's gone now.
Cass: They'll pick us up tomorrow.
Nicole: Mark your words?
Cass: Absolutely. Now sleep.
Nicole: Yes, sir.
Amanda: This is going to be great! Palm beach in the springtime.
Rachel: Well, I hope Sam likes it.
Amanda: Oh, I know he will.
Rachel: Now, do you have your address book with your emergency numbers just in case?
Amanda: I've got it.
Rachel: And you got your bathing suit?
Amanda: The first thing I packed.
Rachel: I'm doing it again, aren't I?
Rachel: Being a mother who doesn't let go.
Rachel: I was just downstairs telling Sam that you like fruit for breakfast. He must have thought I was foolish.
Amanda: Oh, Mom.
Rachel: I guess I am.
Amanda: No, you're not.
Rachel: But I love you very much. And I gave birth to you, and I raised you, and now I have to say goodbye. Sorry. Oh, my gosh.
Rachel: I have never seen your hand with a wedding band.
Amanda: You like it?
Rachel: Yes, it's lovely. You know, there was a time that I thought I would spend the rest of my life wiping these sticky fingers free of cookie crumbs. Oh, you don't need this.
Amanda: I love you, Mom. I know I may not have always been the model child --
Rachel: Oh, brother, were you not. You were no angel, but, you know, you didn't have a very good role model.
Amanda: I had the best.
Rachel: Listen, you better get going, ok? Before I cry some more. Go on.
Amanda: Ok. Bye, Mom.
Rachel: Bye, my darling girl.
Jamie: Hey, Grandma?
Jamie: Can I see you for a minute?
Jamie: Now, listen, Scott just called. He took Dawn to the hospital. Apparently, she's in bad shape. I've got to run. Could you please tell Amanda and Lisa that I'm very sorry?
Ada: I will, honey. They'll understand.
Ada: Go, go.
Liz: Come on, everybody, they're coming!
Ada: There she is!
Sam: Came to say goodbye.
Mac: All set to go, huh?
Sam: Yeah, the bags are packed. I'm really glad that you and Rachel got a chance to see the wedding.
Mac: We're glad that you're glad.
Sam: I appreciate you giving me your daughter and shaking my hand at the ceremony, too.
Mac: Well, I'd been planning for several weeks now to put my responsibility into your hands. Of course, that's easier said than done. I give her into your care. Be gentle with her, son.
Sam: I will always, I promise.
Amanda: Bye, Daddy.
Mac: Bye, sweetheart.
Amanda: I love you.
Mac: I love you.
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