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Another World Transcript Tuesday 3/30/04

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Singers: Time it was and what a time it was it was a time of innocence a time of confidences long ago, it must be i have a photograph preserve your memories they're all that's left you

Mary: Hello.

Vince: Oh. I didn't expect you so soon.

Mary: What are you doing? Are you looking at stuff from our wedding?

Vince: Hey, I'm not going to throw out souvenirs from the happiest day of my life. And there's something in here for you, too.

Mary: Vince, we talked about my not wearing the wedding dress.

Vince: It's not the dress.

Mary: What is it?

Vince: Go ahead, go ahead, go ahead, open it.. Take a look.

Nicole: Good morning, yes. This is Nicole Love.. Is my partner, Cass Winthrop, there by any chance? No, huh? Oh, well, I thought maybe that he went straight there before stopping here at the office first. The minute that he arrives, would you please have him call me? No. No, I haven't seen him since yesterday. All right, all right, thank you very much. Goodbye. Hurry back. The money is just not that important. Oh, Cass, where are you?

[Phone rings]

Cass: Yes, Frank. Yes, I completed part one. This afternoon? Where? Same place will be fine. Oh, I'm always careful, Frank.

Amanda: Wait a minute. We were talking about Jamie and Lisa. Do you know something about them that I don't know?

Vicky: Well, I didn't see Lisa at the party with Jamie.

Amanda: No. He said that she went away to just have some time to think.

Vicky: Think about what?

Amanda: Getting married, I guess.

Vicky: Or breaking up.

Amanda: No. Is that what you think?

Vicky: How should I know?

Amanda: He seemed really bummed last night.

Vicky: Poor boy. You know what he needs? Some good, old-fashioned T.L.C.

Amanda: Yeah.

Vicky: Yeah.

Amanda: That's the ticket, yeah. No, you know what?

Vicky: What?

Amanda: I think even better than T.L.C. -- To totally distract him from all of his woes, I think that he could use a healthy dose of TGIF.

Vicky: TGIF?

Amanda: "Thank God it's Friday"? You know?

Vicky: Yeah, yeah.

Amanda: I think that Sam and I should have a bunch of Jamie's closest and dearest friends over. I think it would be great.

Vicky: Well, are you sure you can get him here?

Amanda: I'm sure I -- I'm sure he'll come. I'm his only sister.

Vicky: True.

Amanda: Besides, with you and me working together on this event, there's no way it can go wrong.

Vicky: You bet. We can make a great team, you know that? A great team!

Amanda: Absolutely!

[Vicky and Amanda laugh]

Mac: Where did I put that darn contract?

Mac: Ah -- oh, there it is.

Rachel: You should've wakened me.

Mac: Well, I wanted one of us to get some sleep. I thought maybe if you slept long enough, you could get my share, too.

Rachel: Sleep doesn't work that way, Mac. It's something you have to do by yourself.

Mac: There just isn't time now, Rachel. Now if I could have those contracts, I'll get to the --

Rachel: Not so fast.

Mac: Rachel, please.

Rachel: Don't you "Rachel, please" me. Look at you, you're exhausted. You've gotten maybe four hours of sleep in three days?

Mac: I got some sleep on the plane. There just isn't time to sleep now. There'll be plenty of time to sleep later, Rachel.

Rachel: When? Mac, stay home. Let me help you with these contracts.

Mac: I appreciate the offer, but I have a meeting at the office. I'm already late for it. Now please, please, give me those contracts!

Rachel: Do I get a kiss first?

Mac: Oh, well, I guess maybe I could schedule a kiss, if it doesn't lead to any complications. Just one.

Rachel: Well, quality's always been better than quantity, I thought.

Mac: You got it.

Ahem. Oh, no. Oh, no! Don't do this to --

[Rachel giggles]

Mac: I'm going! I'm going while there's time!

[Door opens and closes]

Mary: Oh, Vince.

Vince: Everything was so great the first time we got married that I thought, "wouldn't it be wonderful if we did it all over again?" I mean, everything the same. Even -- even the same church.

Mary: I slipped on the steps of the altar of that church.

Vince: You did?

Mary: Yes. I had on new shoes, and the steps were slippery.

Vince: Well, they don't wax them the way they used to, I can tell you that much. But you were so -- whoa, you were so graceful that day.

Mary: Hmm. Well, I guess I had you fooled.

Vince: Hey, you still are, you know what I mean? Oh! Oh! It's definite. We have Father O'Connor again.

Mary: Great.

Vince: Yeah, great. Remember? Remember? He forgot my name the first time? He called me Victor instead of Vince? I straightened him out. "I, Vincent, take you, Mary, to be my" instead of -- we broke up right up on the altar.

Mary: Yes, I remember.

Vince: Oh, but you, in that -- in this veil -- the way you looked in it -- oh, I don't know -- I don't know what happened to me, but it was like -- it was like you started to shake all over. It was as though an angel was moving towards me. Come on, put it on.

Mary: Oh, Vince.

Vince: Ooh. I made a mistake.

Vince: Mary, you can tell me if you don't want to rush into this. I mean, I can handle it. I don't want you to feel any pressure.

Mary: Did I ask you to marry me?

Vince: Well, it could've been a gesture --

Mary: I don't do that.

Vince: Oh. So, you want to go ahead with the ceremony, but you don't want to wear the veil?

Mary: Yes, I don't want to wear the veil. Yes, I don't want to trip going up the steps to the altar. Yes, I don't want to hear the priest call you by the wrong name. But, yes, yes, yes, I want to marry you!

Vince: Well, good, good, good! Ok, well, you can't blame me for feeling, you know, sentimental about our first wedding. I mean --

Mary: It's a charming idea, in theory. But -- but we can never make the day be exactly what it was back then. Something would not be perfect, and then we would be disappointed.

Vince: Yeah, but we had some -- you know, it was such a good idea to have, you know, to do it again because we had such a good time on the first date.

Mary: I'm not saying that we didn't. I'm just saying that we're not the same people now that we were then. Yeah, we don't have the newness of it that we had then. I would not trip going up the stairs to the altar because I wouldn't run to you the way I did then. I would go up carefully, and you would be listening for the priest to say your name wrong. We would spend all day long watching to see if it was going to be the same as it was then, and we wouldn't be there now!

Vince: You're right.

[Mary sighs]

Vince: So, let's -- let's do the marriage ceremony, renew vows, but let's create new memories.

Mary: Are you sure?

Vince: You bet. All right, let's throw away the old stuff and start with something new. Come on. Let's go.

Mary: Where are we going?

Vince: Are you ready?

Mary: For what?

Vince: Come on, you'll see.

Mary: Wait a -- where are you -- you can't just --

Vince: Yes, yes, yes.

Mary: I don't have to just do whatever --

Michael: Hey.

Donna: No, Michael, don't do that.

Michael: Come on, Donna, that's beautiful.

Donna: Yeah. You know, maybe I was really silly for being so optimistic because evidently I just set myself up to be let down.

Michael: Hey, Donna. Come on now. When you want something, you have a really positive attitude, and that's one thing I've always loved about you.

Donna: I -- I had a long talk with Nicole yesterday. We talked about the past and the future, and how maybe you and I should -- should maybe even start all over again. And, you know, sometimes I really believe that can happen. But then, every morning - - right now I wake up and all those feelings of the past events just keep come flooding back, and I feel like I've lost all my hope.

Michael: Donna --

Donna: But -- no, no, wait, let me finish. But somehow, then, throughout the day, things seem to get better. I mean, I just take things one hour at a time, and I find myself thinking about little things and, you know, things that bring me pleasure, make me happy, like -- well, like your smile. There you go.

Michael: My smile, huh?

Donna: Mm-hmm.

Michael: Tell you what -- I got an idea for a little pleasure for you this morning.

Donna: Uh-huh?

Michael: How about if I call downstairs and talk to Bridget and get her to bring breakfast in bed to you? How about that? Huh?

Donna: You are too good to me.

Michael: Huh? I know, it's true, it's true.

Donna: Wait a minute. I've got an idea.

Michael: What?

Donna: How about a date?

Michael: A date?

Donna: Uh-huh.

Michael: Today?

Donna: Yes.

Michael: Me?

Donna: Lunch, lunch.

Michael: Lunch.

Donna: At Mary's Place.

Michael: Mary's Place.

Donna: And, oh -- and it'll be my treat.

Michael: Your treat?

Donna: Mm-hmm.

Michael: All right, baby, I'm going to be there.

Donna: Yeah?

Michael: It's a date -- yes, with wings on my feet.

Donna: All right.

Michael: See you later.

Donna: A date -- it is a date.

Michael: Ok, it's a date.

[Phone rings]

Donna: Yes? Hello? Oh, Nicole, hi. No, I haven't seen Cass. Why?

Nicole: I can't find Cass. No, he hasn't been here this morning. In fact, he didn't come home last night.

[Horn honks]

[cat meows]

[dog barks]

Cass: So you going to make me look through the garbage, is that it? This the game?

[Cat meows]

[dog barks]

John: What is --

Cheryl: John --

John: Cheryl.

Cheryl: Did I -- did I wake you? I --

John: Uh -- listen, what can I do for you?

Cheryl: What am I, an encyclopedia salesman? I came over to talk. I bought us some coffee.

John: Listen, maybe I could meet you someplace later for coffee.

Cheryl: What's the matter? You mad at me because I woke you up?

John: Cheryl, don't you believe in calling first?

Cheryl: I wanted to surprise you, John. It's so beautiful out, I thought we could have some coffee and sit on the dock.

John: Listen, I'm really, really tired. I put in a long night last night.

Cheryl: Hey, John, why don't you throw these on?

John: Cheryl, I'll call you later.

Cheryl: You're serious? You really want me to leave?

John: Yes.

Cheryl: Well, I wanted to ask you something first. I realize your schedule must be real busy with the company and everything, but I was wondering if you could mark a date on your calendar for me.

John: For what?

Cheryl: Could you possibly be any more gracious, John?

John: Look, I -- I'm sorry. I just -- no, I can't --

Cheryl: You know, you are a real ogre in the morning.

John: I'm not, I'm not ordinarily. Will you just tell me what it is that you want?

Cheryl: My parents are planning their wedding for next month, and I was wondering if you could be my escort.

John: No, Cheryl, I don't think I can do that.

Cheryl: I haven't even told you the date yet, John.

John: Cheryl, look, you don't seem to understand.

Cheryl: Look, just pencil it in, ok? Make up your mind later. All I want is for you to be my escort, that's all. No strings attached. Why don't we go inside, we'll drink our coffee, we'll talk about it.

John: No! Cheryl, I'm saying no to everything.

John: Listen, I'm sorry, but you're going to have to leave now.

Cheryl: John, I don't understand. I thought we were friends.

John: Sure we are. But it's just --

Woman: John, do you have any coffee? Oh. Oops.

Cheryl: Oh --

John: Cheryl -- Cheryl --

John: Glasses.

Mac: After all that, I forgot the contracts. Must've been that kiss that distracted me. Rachel!

Adam: Mac?

Mac: Oh, hi, Adam. I'm just looking for some papers.

Adam: Can I help?

Mac: Well, no. I expect Rachel has hidden them.

Adam: She hid them?

Mac: No -- private joke.

Adam: Mac, you haven't seen Lisa, have you?

Mac: No. But I just came in to get these papers. I've been in meetings all morning.

[Doorbell rings]

Adam: Well, I've been looking for her, and I can't find her anywhere.

Mac: I think Jamie did mention she went away someplace.

Adam: Did he say where?

Mac: No, he didn't. You know, I'd think she'd have told you, being her employer.

Adam: Yeah, well, she didn't.

Mac: Well, why don't you ask Jamie? Or are things still too strained between you?

Adam: Yeah, well, they haven't gotten any better, let's put it that way. I may have complicated things even more between the two of them.

Mac: Look, Adam, Lisa and Jamie were having big problems that had nothing to do with you. Now, I doubt that you've intensified the problems between them.

Adam: I did something stupid, Mac. I made a point of telling Jamie how much time Lisa and I spend together.

Mac: And is there more that you haven't told me?

Adam: Mac, I think Lisa cares about me. I think that confuses her. We do spend a lot of time together. We talk about things. She was telling me about a problem that she'd had with Jamie, and -- well, we were alone, and she needed comforting, and -- well, she is very beautiful. I couldn't help it. I just kissed her, and it wasn't exactly what you'd call a friendly kiss, either.

Mac: Wow.

Vicky: Hi.

Mac: Oh, hello.

Vicky: Hi. How are you?

Adam: How long have you been here?

Vicky: Oh, Hilda just let me in. Why?

Adam: I was just curious.

Vicky: Oh. Have either of you by any chance seen Jamie?

Mac: No, and he isn't here. I'm sure of that. He's probably at work. That's where he usually is this time of day.

Vicky: Right, I'll have to check that out. Thank you. See you around.

Mac: Yeah. Bye-bye.

Adam: Vicky, wait a minute.

Vicky: Yeah, I've got to go, Adam, a real busy day. Sorry -- sorry to have interrupted.

Mac: If you ask me, she's a bigger problem than you could ever hope to be, Adam. You got to let Lisa and Jamie work out their problem first. You just got to put yours on hold, meanwhile.

Charlene: I'll be right back.

Donna: Ok.

Michael: Well, what a unique idea, coming to Mary's Place for lunch.

Donna: Come on, it's a very nice spot. And besides, it gives us some time to be alone together.

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Donna: Even if you do eat all the French fries.

Michael: Eat all the French fries? Well, you happen to finish my milk shake every single time.

Donna: All right, all right, so we're even.

Michael: Right.

[Donna laughs]

Michael: It's nice to hear you laugh. It's been a while.

Donna: I know.

Michael: Blackie, I'm really glad that we can talk.

Donna: Well -- look, I know I keep a lot inside, but I am, I'm very grateful. I'm very happy that I have you to talk to.

Michael: Well, then, maybe that's what marriage is about, huh? Learning to communicate with each other and going someplace together.

Donna: Well, we're certainly doing that.

Michael: Yes.

Scott: Cheryl --

Cheryl: Not now, Scott, ok?

Scott: Are you all right?

Cheryl: Yeah, I will be, soon.

Nicole: Hi, Donna and Michael.

Donna and Michael: Hi.

Nicole: Have you guys seen Cass?

Michael: No.

Donna: What, he's still not back?

Nicole: No.

Michael: Well, where was he? Where is he? Do you know?

Nicole: Well, I don't know. I mean, I haven't seen him since yesterday.

Michael: Huh.

Donna: Listen, why don't you join us?

Nicole: Oh, no, Donna, I can't. Charlie, was Cass in here this morning?

Charlene: I haven't seen him all morning.

Nicole: Ok, thanks. You guys haven't seen him, he hasn't been in here. I've called all over town. I'm really worried.

Michael: Nicole, I'll tell you what, why don't you sit down and join us? Maybe he'll come in here if he gets hungry.

Nicole: No, I don't even know -- he might be in danger. I can't sit down and eat right now. Maybe I'll just go home and see if he got back.

Donna: Nicole --

Vince: Hi, Nicole.

Nicole: Hi.

Vince: Cheryl! Cheryl! I don't care how busy you are. Get out here now! Come on.

Mary: Ok, all right. Scott!

Scott: I'm right here, Mom.

Mary: Scott, this is --

Scott: Mom, I'm right here.

Mary: Oh, sweetheart. There's my baby.

Scott: How are you doing?

Mary: I'm doing fine. Put --

Vince: Hear ye, hear ye, hungry patrons and ravenous friends of Mary's Place, I have a momentous announcement to make! Mary's Place is hereby closing because we're having an impromptu --

Mary: But fantastic --

Vince: Historic --

Mary: Gorgeous, private party.

Vince: So you're going to have to hurry, finish on your way out. You know what I mean?

Mary: What my fiancé is trying to explain in his charming way --

Mary and Vince: Is that --

Vince: We are renewing are marriage vows right here, right now, and however impulsive, irresponsible it is, we think it's a great time for a wonderful wedding! Don't you agree?

[Cheers]

Singer: Spring is here and the sky is so very blue whoa-ho-ho-ho birds all sing as if they knew

Singers: Today's the day we'll say "i do" and we'll never be lonely anymore

Singer: Because we're

Singers: Going to the chapel and we're gonna get married going to the chapel and we're gonna get married gee, i really love you and we're gonna get married going to the chapel of love

Singer: Bells will ring and the sun is gonna shine yeah, yeah, yeah i'm going to be his he's going to be mine

Singers: We're gonna love until the end of time and we'll never be lonely anymore

Singer: Because we're

Singers: Going to the chapel and we're gonna get married going to the chapel and we're gonna get married gee, i really love you and we're gonna get married going to the chapel of love

Singer: One more time around oh

Singers: Going to the chapel and we're gonna get married going to the chapel and we're gonna get married married gee, i really love you and we're gonna to get married going to the chapel of love

Singer: Ooh one more time, yeah

Singers: We're going to the chapel of love

Singer: Come on come on, let me hear you

Singers: Going to the chapel

Singer: Of love

Second Singer: Love

Third Singer: Love

Singers: Shooby-doo-wop wah-dah

Cass: Huh. You're with Frank, right? Well -- that's good to know. Uh -- it's all here, and thank you, and -- um -- I'm -- it's nice of you to show the concern.

Man: Is it all right, then?

Cass: Oh, yeah, oh yeah. Thank you. It's perfectly all right. Good, fine. Um -- so, you have a nice day.

[Siren]

Cass: Uh -- siren. I've got to -- I've got to run. So, you take care and have a nice day. We'll have to do lunch sometime, ok?

Man: Can we call you again?

Cass: Actually, I'd prefer it if you didn't. But thank you so much for asking. I -- I really appreciate it.

[Man laughs]

Rachel: Is this music bothering you?

Mac: No, no, I love hearing it. Gets my blood going.

Rachel: Really?

Mac: Yeah.

Rachel: Well, perhaps I'll just sit down here and help you with your contracts. We can get them done faster while your blood's --

Mac: No, you don't! Well, yeah, all right, ok. Take a look at this. See if you can make heads or tails of it. There's a lot of legal gobbledygook there.

Rachel: Well, darling, it says right here --

Mac: I love this music. Palatchi, isn't it?

Rachel: Do you want me to help with this or not?

Mac: Look, if you can figure this out that quickly, this takeover hubbub is going to be a snap for you, so we'll just take care of it later.

Rachel: This opera stuff always works with you, doesn't it?

Mac: Hmm, we should try it with Matthew. Maybe he'd talk to us.

Rachel: Oh, Matthew's protecting a friend, and Mitch is protecting him. Our son is sticking to his principles.

Mac: Hmm. Imagine giving up a prestigious, private school to keep a friend out of trouble. You got to admire that, you must admit.

Rachel: Yes, but I got angry at Mitch. Actually, I lost my temper more with Mitch than I did with Matthew.

Mac: Try a little more opera. Really does wonders for the temper.

Rachel: Oh, yes, I know. But Mitch and I are not exactly known for our calm dispositions where Matthew's concerned.

Mac: Oh, well. I'm not so rational myself when it comes to Mitch.

Rachel: Yes, but you've been doing wonderfully lately, and I really do appreciate it.

Mac: In Matthew's words, I'm a "cool dude," his highest compliment. But I'll tell you, sweetheart, it does not come easily, and in business, sometimes I want to take some brutal primal action rather than all these vague legal machinations. I tell you, they burn me up.

Rachel: Well, why don't we just sort of take your mind off of it temporarily, and then you can go back to being passionate about --

Mac: Wait a minute. Where is Matthew?

Rachel: He's in school till 4:00. And then he's going over to Mitch and Felicia's.

[Mac yells]

[Rachel giggles]

Mac: Alone at last. I can't remember when I was alone with you, listening to opera.

Rachel: Well, you didn't think I put this opera on for cultural reasons, did you? I mean, you are very naive.

Mac: Naive? I'll show you who's naive!

Rachel: Oh!

[Mac laughs]

Amanda: Oh, boy, am I glad to see you.

Vicky: No, well, I wouldn't be so sure about that.

Amanda: Why?

Vicky: Amanda, this is no lighthearted, trivial piece of gossip I have. This is some pretty serious news.

Amanda: Ok, I'm ready, shoot.

Vicky: I just overhead Adam telling your father that -- you don't want to know this.

Amanda: Wait a minute, tell me.

Vicky: This is really hard to say. Um -- Adam told your father that Lisa and he kissed, and that their relationship is what drove Lisa out of Bay City and out of Jamie's life.

Amanda: Um -- this doesn't make any sense.

Vicky: I know. More than that, it would break Jamie's heart if he ever found out.

Amanda: Well, I don't have too much of a choice. I've got to tell him.

Vicky: Oh, Amanda, are you sure?

Amanda: I've got to tell Jamie.

Vicky: Well, you know him better than I do. You're his sister. I guess you've got to do what you think is right.

Jason: What's going on? I came by for lunch.

Vince: Aha! And you got a wedding instead.

Jason: Whose wedding?

Vince: What do you mean, "whose wedding"? Me and Mary. Well, actually, we're not getting married. We're renewing our vows. We'll make it legal with the state when we find some time. See, actually, I thought you were the priest when you knocked at the door like that.

Jason: Oh, that's very funny, Vinny. I'm the priest?

Vince: Hmm.

Mary: Oh. What are you doing here?

Jason: I was hungry. I have a ravenous appetite. A man with a man-sized appetite.

Vince: He's here because he had a calling. A calling to be a guest at our service. Fate delivered him here at our doorstep at this moment for some free food. I got to go find Scott. He's going to be my best man, huh, huh, huh?

Mary: Oh.

Jason: Oh, I guess I got to stay. I can be part of all your nice memories of the day.

Mary: If you had any decency at all, you would leave.

Jason: Mary, I don't have any "decency," as you put it. And that's what attracts you.

Mary: After today, I will not think of you again.

Jason: Oh, I doubt that. I'm sure Vinny's going to tell you over and over again it was an act of fate that I just happened to stop by at the right time. I mean, I'll be in the pictures and part of every pleasurable memory you have today.

Mary: I can wipe you out, Jason. I can erase you completely.

Jason: We'll see about that, Mary.

Vince: Oh! Here he comes! Here he comes! Here's the priest, I think.

Scott: Really?

Vince: I -- wait a minute. He's carrying something.

Scott: Has he got a Bible?

Vince: No, no, it's bigger than that.

Scott: An organ?

Vince: No, no, it's smaller.

Cheryl: It's a guitar.

Scott: A guitar? All right.

Cheryl: Come on in. Hi.

Vince: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait, wait, wait. If you're hungry, there's a place down the street that's open.

Minister: I got a message on my beeper. Someone needed a priest?

Vince: Yeah, well, we do, we do. We're renewing our vows.

Minister: All of you?

Vince: No, no, no, no, just the two of us.

Mary: I have to go upstairs and change. I'll be down in a few minutes.

Vince: Ok. Uh -- you're not -- you're not really the priest, are you?

Minister: Yes, yes, I'm his new associate. Oh, pardon my appearance. I just finished down at the youth center with the kids. I didn't --

[Vince laughs]

Vince: Oh, well, hey, that's fine, that's good. That's good, it's fine. But, you know, I think -- I think I'm going to talk to Mary, and maybe we'll -- you know, we'll wait. We'll do this in the church.

Minister: Oh, no, no, no, no. I think this is a perfect place for a wedding. It's a nice atmosphere here. I'm Father Corcoran, but you can call me Vince.

Scott: Vince? Your name's Vince?

Vince: Ok, ok, it's settled, it's settled. That's my name, too. You probably can't get that wrong, can you?

Father Corcoran: No, I certainly won't get your name wrong. And I brought my own music. It's a little touch that Father O'Connor suggested.

Cheryl: Ok, it sounds great. I'll go make sure everything's ready.

Vince: Mm-hmm.

Father Corcoran: Classical, jazz, or pop?

Vince: Oh, I -- hey, I --

Father Corcoran: Never mind. I'll figure it out.

Vince: All right. Cheryl, Cheryl, is everybody in position? Ok, listen, you go up there, ok?

Cheryl: I'll go over here.

Vince: Scott, Scott, you stay with your mother.

Scott: Yeah.

Vince: You look gorgeous.

Mary: Oh, thank you.

Jason: Vinny, it's great. Thanks very much for letting me be part of this day for you. Congratulations.

Vince: Pleasure.

Vince: Oh, an angel. Second time around is going to be a whole lot better.

Mary: Hi, sweetheart.

Donna: Mary?

Mary: Yes?

[Mary gasps]

Donna: It's for you.

Mary: Oh, aren't you dear.

Scott: It's beautiful.

Mary: Oh, that's perfect. You made that? Oh, that's lovely. Thank you. Now, when I throw it later, I want you to catch it.

Donna: Uh -- right.

Vince: Hit it, father.

[Father Corcoran plays "The wedding march"]

Nicole: Oh, Cass, I swear I'm going to kill you when you get here. Oh, please, get here soon. Cass? Cass?

Nicole: That's it. I'm calling the police.

Nicole: Adam Cory, please? He's not there? Oh, no -- no, no, that's ok. I'll just call back later. Oh, I can't believe this. Cass -- Cass!

Cass: Ooh! Uh! Uh! What?

Nicole: Oh! I'm sorry! Oh, you idiot! I hate you!

Cass: Well, that's a fine welcome.

Nicole: Oh, I've never been so happy to see anyone in my life!

Cass: The arm, the arm, watch the arm.

Nicole: Oh, I'm sorry.

Cass: That's ok. That's all right.

Nicole: Where were you?

Cass: On second thought, let's go back to hugging. I missed you.

Nicole: Oh, I missed you, too. I've been out of my mind with worry.

Cass: Well, here. Some cold cash. I got us some money.

Nicole: You got yourself all messed up like this for money?

Cass: For you, it was worth it.

Nicole: What did you do, rob a bank?

Cass: Oh, it's not nearly as dramatic as all that, no -- although, I wish it had been. It would make a good story. No, actually, it was very boring. In fact, it's not even worth mentioning.

Nicole: In other words, you're not going to tell me.

Cass: Not anytime soon, no.

Nicole: Well, as long as you're safe. Oh. I have some good news for you and I've got some bad news, too.

Cass: Give me the bad news first.

Nicole: Well, you didn't have to do whatever you did.

Cass: And what's the good news?

Nicole: The good news is I got all the money we need -- from Donna. So you don't have to scramble anymore.

Cass: Hah. Hmm. Well, let me see, how do I feel here? I guess I feel ambivalent. I mean, here I thought I did this valiant thing, and I got us the money, and we don't need it.

Nicole: Oh, hey, I appreciate whatever you did.

Cass: Oh. You do?

Nicole: Yeah, I do.

Cass: Oh.

Nicole: And you know what?

Cass: What?

Nicole: I'm going to run a bath for you, and I'm going to put some iodine on these scrapes.

Cass: I have scrapes all over.

Nicole: You do?

Cass: Yeah. How about a massage, too?

Nicole: Anything you want. As long as you never leave my sight again. All right? Oh, and then I'm going to put you down for a little nap --

Cass: Oh.

Nicole: And then later --

Cass: Yeah?

Nicole: I'm going to take you out for the most terrific, double celebration you've ever lived through.

Cass: I think I could really get into this. Now, about this bath, though, could we make it a double bath, since it's a double celebration -- you know, double your pleasure for getting double the money?

Nicole: Cass!

Cass: Ah --

Nicole: Oh, I'm sorry! Oh, my gosh, I'm so sorry. Here --

Cass: Where?

Nicole: Here.

[Cass laughs]

Nicole: This ok?

Cass: Yeah.

Nicole: Lean on me.

Cass: Oh, it's great, yeah.

[Opera plays]

Mac: Hmm. That opera was wonderful. We ought to do matinee performances more often.

Rachel: Hmm.

Mac: I do need to be reminded that work is always there, but moments of great love -- they're a priority every day.

Rachel: Ooh, always the romantic.

Mac: And now how about a romantic, candle-lit, Italian dinner, signora bellissima?

[Rachel speaks Italian]

Rachel: Possibly we could listen to "La Bohème" when we come back?

Mac: You're on.

Father Corcoran: Once again, Vince, do you take Mary to be your lawful wife, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do you part?

Vince: I do.

Father Corcoran: Once again, Mary, do you take Vince to your lawful husband, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do you part?

Mary: Oh, yes, I do.

Father Corcoran: The rings, please.

Mary: Oh. It's going to be all right. It's fine.

Cheryl: Ok. It's working fine with me.

Mary: Yes. A work of love.

Cheryl: Right.

Vince: Ahem. Take this ring as a sign of my love and fidelity, in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Mary: Take this ring as a sign of my love and fidelity, in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Father Corcoran: All of us gathered here wish you both the Lord's blessings. All right, ok, you got it.

[Laughter]

Father Corcoran: You may now kiss each other.

Mary: Oh.

[Cheers]

Scott: All right!

Singers: Time it was and what a time it was it was a time of innocence a time of confidences long ago, it must be i have a photograph preserve your memories they're all that's left you

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