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Another World Transcript Tuesday 9/28/04
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Proofread by Daniel
Vicky: I don't know how you can't go to the wedding when Sam is Mitch’s best man.
Amanda: Well, I told you Alli’s been a little cranky lately. I think she's cutting a tooth.
Vicky: Are you? Are you cutting a tooth, little one, huh?
Amanda: Why don't you stay with us and keep us company?
Vicky: Don't try to convince me not to go to the wedding, too.
Amanda: Vicky, come on. Just listen to me for a second.
Vicky: I'm not going to give Felicia and Lisa the satisfaction that I backed out.
Amanda: You won't be backing out. You'll be standing up to them --
Amanda: With dignity. Come on, just listen to me before you do something I think you're going to regret.
Felicia: Honey, what are you doing?
Felicia: "Nothing"? We have hours just before we get married. I mean, shouldn't you be doing something?
Mitch: Like what? I'm ready.
Felicia: Oh. You guys are really something, you know? You just get your tux, you have it cleaned, and, boy, you're ready to go. I mean, look at all the stuff I have to take to the racetrack.
Mitch: Well, you know, it's not too late. We can still change this to, like, a small, quiet little chapel.
Felicia: Forget it.
Felicia: Sam, hi.
Felicia: Any word?
Sam: No, not yet. So, bro, are you nervous yet?
Mitch: Calm as a rock.
Felicia: Oh. That says it all, doesn't it? Well, you guys do your groom stuff. I've got my bride stuff to do.
Mitch: Got the ring?
Sam: Right here. See?
Felicia: Ok, now. Something old -- thank you, Lisa. Something new -- thank you.
Nicole. Something borrowed -- thanks, Rachel. And something scintillating. Ok.
Donna: Come on. Why can't I stop by and see my sister on her wedding day?
Nicole: I've got a million and one things to decide, Donna.
Donna: Well, then, let me help you.
Nicole: Oh, look at these shoes I picked out. They're all wrong. And this handbag -- I hate this handbag. I don't even know why I picked it up.
Donna: Ok, now, come on, come on. I'm sure there's plenty of things to find in all of this.
Nicole: No, it's all wrong, Donna.
Donna: No, honey, we'll find something. Look at this.
Nicole: I mean today -- the wedding.
Donna: Oh, it's all right. All brides get nervous on their wedding day.
Nicole: You're right. I just have to calm down.
Donna: Yes, yes, you do. Oh, I know, I know. This is very good for that. Take a deep breath. Come on.
Donna: Big deep breath. Now let it out slowly. Now, see? Doesn't that feel better already?
Nicole: Yeah, a little.
Donna: Oh, good. Good.
Caroline: Hello, Nicole.
Nicole: I wasn't expecting you today, Caroline.
Caroline: Well, I was told that I could pick up the rest of my winter wardrobe.
Nicole: Oh. Oh, well, Sophie’s upstairs. She'll help you. Sorry. Can you help me pick out this handbag? Caroline, upstairs. This isn't right.
Nicole: Excuse me. Is there something else?
Caroline: No, thanks. I'll find my own way.
Nicole: Just as long as you don't find Cass.
Donna: Oh -- what?
Nicole: Oh, nothing.
Donna: Is there something going on between Cass and that woman?
Ada: Now, we've got one more thing to move --
Ada: One more thing.
Jamie: You said that two couches and two chairs ago, grandma.
Ada: Do you want a perfect wedding reception or what?
Jamie: Not if means going into traction, grandma.
Ada: Youth -- no guts. No guts, no glory, my man.
Jamie: Look, excuse me --
Ada: Come on.
Jamie: Excuse me. Hi.
Lisa: I didn't mean to interrupt.
Jamie: No, interrupt me anytime.
Lisa: Jamie, I'm worried about Vicky.
Jamie: What's she done now?
Lisa: Well, nothing that I know of. But this is Felicia’s day. I don't want her to do anything to ruin it.
Jamie: Ruin it for Felicia or for you?
Lisa: I can handle anything that she throws my way, but I don't want her to do anything to interfere with Felicia’s happiness. Can you keep her away from the wedding?
Jamie: Well, I spoke to her yesterday and she's definitely coming and she knows that people expect the worst.
Lisa: Then why does she insist on it?
Jamie: Because I think she wants to try to prove them and you wrong.
Lisa: You think she can?
Jamie: Well, I think she'll try to be on her best behavior.
Jamie: But she's Vicky.
Lisa: Right. I don't trust her.
Jamie: Ok. I'll do what I can to make sure she doesn't ruin the wedding by trying to hurt you, ok? I'll make sure she doesn't come, somehow. Ok?
Vicky: I'm not going to regret not going to my aunt's wedding.
Amanda: Look, you know, you should avoid stress.
Vicky: Stress? I'm pregnant. I can handle stress. I'm sure you had some stressful times before Alli was born.
Amanda: Your blood pressure has been high.
Vicky: What do you think? Weddings are supposed to be happy occasions.
Amanda: Well, they're meant to be.
Vicky: Oh, and you think it's going to be a disaster if I go?
Amanda: You know how upset Lisa and Felicia are going to be if you show up.
Vicky: Well, I don't care about what they feel. They don't give a damn what I feel.
Amanda: Ok, what about Nicole? She's going to be caught between you and Felicia.
Vicky: I want to see her get married, Amanda.
Amanda: Is that the only reason you want to go?
Vicky: What else would there be?
Amanda: I don't know. That's what worries me.
Vicky: What, you think I’m going to do some outrageous Vicky thing?
Amanda: Look, I know your good side and I know your not-so-good side. I just don't want you to do something that you shouldn't.
Vicky: You know what? I'm going to sit quietly and watch so you can just relax, ok?
Amanda: I don't know, Vicky. Sometimes with you, things just happen.
Vicky: "Just happen." Maybe --
Amanda: Hold Alli.
Vicky: Hurry, I've got to get ready. Come on, sweetie.
Jamie: Hi, it's Jamie. Sam said he wanted me to drop by this morning.
Amanda: Yeah. Can you do that very soon?
Jamie: Sure. What's the big secret?
Amanda: Thanks. I'll see you very soon.
Vicky: Ok. Here you go. I'm going to go get dressed.
Amanda: You know, can you watch her just for a couple of minutes? I've got to run to the store.
Vicky: Amanda, I've got to get ready to go. My mom --
Amanda: Vicky, I promise I won't be very long.
Vicky: You won't be very long. She won't -- well, what are we supposed to do now, huh?
Vivien: Your party things are much prettier than Mrs. Wheeler's.
Rachel: Are they?
Rachel: Honey. I didn't know you were home.
Matt: Yeah, I just came by to pick up a few things.
Jamie: 3,000 CDs and no books.
Rachel: Listen, if you don't have enough room over at Jamie’s, you can leave some stuff here.
Matt: Mom, I don't live here anymore.
Rachel: Honey, this really isn't necessary.
Matt: Yes, it is necessary.
Ada: Well, that's a whole lot of stuff you've got there.
Matt: Yeah, and I better get it to the car.
Ada: Uh -- how do you like living with your big brother?
Matt: It's ok, so far.
Ada: Bet you miss the home cooking.
Matt: Yes, I do.
Ada: I made a fantastic chocolate mousse cake for the reception.
Matt: Grandma, I am not coming.
Ada: Matthew, you're insulting your father.
Matt: I am not. I don't want to insult anyone. Do you know how I feel? Do you even care?
Ada: You're right. I can't know how you feel, but I do care, very much.
Matt: Ok, then just please leave me alone.
Ada: Honey, I do know how upset you are with Mitch. But you're upset about something that happened a long time ago. You're forgetting about the present.
Matt: I got to go.
Ada: You'll be very sorry that you did this once you and Mitch work things out.
Matt: That is not going to happen. I got to go.
Rachel: You're going to look after him, aren't you?
Jamie: Of course I will.
Rachel: Ok, well, make sure he eats occasionally, you know, and sleeps a little bit and studies, maybe.
Jamie: Mom, I’m his brother, not his mother.
Rachel: I still don't know why you guys are doing this. I mean, there's plenty of room here and it would be cheaper for you, you know, and nobody would bother you here, and besides, it's going to be really lonely without any of you guys here.
Jamie: Mom, you can come over whenever you want to.
Rachel: It's not the same thing.
Jamie: I'm sorry. I really have to run. Amanda's expecting me.
Rachel: You're going to come here for the reception?
Rachel: Can I do anything?
Ada: Nope. Vivien and I have got everything covered.
Rachel: How did you feel when I moved out?
Ada: Are you kidding? I couldn't wait to get rid of you. Oh. Come on, don't worry. They all come back sooner or later. Here comes one of them now.
Sam: Hi, guys. Everything looks fantastic.
Ada: Everybody thanks you.
Sam: So, have you seen Matthew?
Rachel: You just missed him.
Ada: Try Jamie’s apartment. Matthew lives there now.
Sam: Why? What happened?
Rachel: It's a long story.
Sam: This wouldn't have anything to do with the fact that he's not going to Mitch’s wedding, would it?
Rachel: Yes, it does, but I really don't want to talk about it.
Sam: Look, Rachel, Mitch is playing it cool, but I know it hurts him.
Rachel: We've all tried convincing Matthew to change his mind, and we're not getting anywhere.
Sam: Tell you what -- let me give it a try, ok?
Donna: Who is that woman?
Nicole: Her name's Caroline Stafford.
Donna: What does she have to do with Cass?
Nicole: Nothing, Donna.
Donna: Well, then, why did you make that remark about her and Cass?
Nicole: Look, just forget it. It's just pre-wedding jitters, that's all.
Donna: Wait a minute. Is she making a play for Cass?
Nicole: It looks that way.
Donna: Oh, well -- oh, honey, I’m sure Cass sees right through that.
Nicole: Well, I'm sure he does, but I don't like it.
Donna: Well, listen, would you want to be marrying someone that another woman didn't find attractive, hmm?
Nicole: What's important is that I find him attractive.
Donna: That's right, that's right.
Nicole: I know.
Donna: And you have to remember that he is marrying you.
Nicole: I know.
Donna: Not anyone else but you.
Cass: Is that Caroline Stafford’s car out in front?
Nicole: Yeah. She's here for her fittings -- today of all days, Cass.
Donna: Well, maybe she didn't know that it was your wedding day.
Cass: She knows. I told her yesterday.
Donna: Well, then, why didn't you close the salon?
Nicole: Well, we're too far behind in our work.
Donna: Oh. Well -- well, you'll both have plenty of time to relax once you go on the honeymoon. Where are you taking her, hmm?
Cass: Casa Winthrop, like right there.
Donna: You're kidding. You're not going to go on a honeymoon?
Nicole: No, not till we get our business back on its feet, and that may take some time.
Cass: Besides, we're on a constant honeymoon, aren't we? Excuse us.
Vivien: There's something weird about a double wedding.
Ada: Huh? What?
Vivien: The minister could get the couples mixed up. He could marry the woman off to the wrong guy. You know?
[Door opens and closes]
Jamie: Ah, grandma.
Ada: Oh, I thought you went to your apartment.
Jamie: No. I need to borrow your car. I have to see Amanda.
Ada: What's the matter? Is yours broken?
Jamie: No, I was foolish enough to lend it to Matthew so he could see Josie.
Ada: Oh. Ok. Here you go. I wish I knew that --
Ada: Matthew was going to go over to the farm. Sam was here earlier looking for him.
Jamie: Oh, he tried talking him into going to the wedding, too, huh?
Ada: Well, Sam is Mitch’s brother and he knows how much it means to him.
Jamie: You know, Matthew’s made up his mind, and the more people push him, the more he'll stick to it.
Ada: Tell me about it.
Jamie: I owe you one. Thanks. Bye.
Ada: No, you don’t. The tank is almost empty.
Jamie: It won't be when you get it back.
Ada: Ah, I'm so glad that Matthew has a sensible roommate.
Jamie: I love you.
Ada: I love you, too.
Josie: Hey, mom, this is my first autumn here. I really love it.
Sharlene: Ugh. Well, this is my favorite, favorite time of the year. Look.
Josie: You know, Halloween’s really here.
Sharlene: Yeah. But I'll tell you something --
Sharlene: Every day in Los Angeles reminded me of Halloween.
John: Carving a jack-o'-lantern? Ah, it's officially autumn. Looks good.
Josie: You know, John, I think this pumpkin kind of looks like you.
John: You do?
John: What, just because it's round and orange?
Josie: No. Because it has, like, a crooked smile. Don't you think so, mama, just like him?
Sharlene: Well, I hadn't really noticed. You want something, John? Did you need anything?
John: I'm looking for Jason.
Sharlene: He went into town on business.
John: Do you mind if I wait?
Sharlene: Not at all. You want to join us for lunch?
John: Oh, no, thanks.
Sharlene: I'm having fresh lamb stew with vegetables. Takes no time at all.
Josie: Mama, I thought we were having leftovers.
Sharlene: Change of menu. Fresh berry cobbler for dessert.
John: Oh, Sharlene. When do we eat?
Sharlene: I'll call you when it's ready.
Josie: You know, John, you ought to drop by for lunch more often.
John: Oh, yeah? Why?
Josie: Well, mama never makes me anything special for lunch.
Matt: Hey. How you doing?
Josie: Matthew. I wasn't expecting you.
Matt: Oh. You want me to go, then? Sorry.
Josie: Don't you dare.
Donna: Nicole! Nicole, I've got an extra pair of hose here for you in case you run --
Nicole: Where's my makeup? I can't --
Cass: Didn't we already pay this?
Donna: Cass, what are you doing?
Nicole: Oh, thanks.
Nicole: What is that?
Donna: On your wedding day?
Cass: Well, I figure if I worry about bills, I won't worry about my wedding.
Nicole: Oh, look at this. You signed it "Cass wedding."
Cass: There goes that theory.
Liz: Your matron of honor awaits instruction.
Nicole: Oh, hi, Liz. I'm sorry. I'm too nervous to think.
Liz: All you have to remember is two words -- "I do." Sophie said my dress is ready?
Nicole: Yeah, it is, upstairs. She wants to check your hem.
Liz: Oh. It's bad luck for the bride and groom to see each other before the wedding.
Nicole: Oh, it is?
Cass: Oh, no, no. That's an old wives' tale.
Liz: Oh, thanks a lot.
Nicole: Oh, more bad luck -- that's all we need.
Cass: Donna, wouldn't you just love to see Liz’s dress upstairs?
Donna: You're right, I would. I would love to see this dress.
Nicole: Oh, I am never going to be ready.
Cass: Nicole --
Nicole: My hair is a mess. Look at my skin -- it's all broken out.
Cass: Mrs. Winthrop?
Nicole: Who? Oh, yeah -- me. That's going to be me, isn't it?
Cass: By tonight, yeah.
Nicole: Oh, if I get through this afternoon.
Cass: You can do it.
Nicole: I'm so nervous.
Lisa: I don't mean to interrupt.
Nicole: Oh, no, no.
Nicole: You're right on time. I've got your dress right here. Come on in.
Cass: How you doing?
Cass: Uh-oh. Looks like it's going around.
Cass: I thought weddings were supposed to be happy occasions.
Lisa: Oh, well, I'll do my best to keep it happy.
Cass: Good. I hope you will.
Donna: Oh, you were absolutely right. Oh.
Lisa: Hi, Donna.
Donna: Nicole, if you don't need me anymore, I think I’m going to do some last-minute shopping. I want to make sure Victoria has something really elegant for today.
Nicole: Donna, was that necessary?
Nicole: I'm sorry. Donna didn't mean to upset you.
Lisa: I think she did.
Nicole: Cass, would you mind?
Cass: Oh. Hmm.
Nicole: Lisa, come here. You can't let it get to you.
Lisa: I can't do it.
Nicole: No --
Lisa: I can't go.
Nicole: No, you can't let Felicia down. You're her maid of honor.
Lisa: If I’m there, Vicky will try something.
Nicole: Oh, no. This is really getting out of hand.
Lisa: No, I just know she's going to do something. I just know it.
Nicole: Oh, I can't ask Vicky not to come. Donna will never forgive me, and you have to be there or Felicia will never forgive me.
Lisa: Oh, Nicole, I'm sorry, I’m sorry. Look, it's all going to be ok. It's going to be ok. Don't worry about it, ok? It'll be fine.
Nicole: All right. Are you sure?
Lisa: I'll see you later.
Nicole: All right.
Lisa: Thank you.
Caroline: Nicole, my dresses are fabulous.
Nicole: Oh, thanks.
Caroline: But they will need some teeny alterations.
Nicole: Well, Sophie can take care of that.
Caroline: Yes, but she's busy with Ms. Matthews' gown, and I need them today.
Cass: Nicole is due at our wedding, Caroline.
Caroline: Oh, Cass.
Cass: So, you see, you couldn't possibly expect her to take the time now to do your alterations.
Caroline: Oh, I'm sorry. I forgot your wedding day. I mean --
Nicole: Oh --
Cass: Oh, that's odd, since I told you only yesterday. Now, if you don't mind --
Caroline: Of course. Break a leg.
Cass: Thank you so much. Bye-bye.
Nicole: You handled that very well, Mr. Winthrop. Thank you.
Cass: A man has to protect his wife.
Nicole: Well, I'm not your wife yet.
Cass: When you are, maybe you can protect me.
Amanda: I swear I just went in for one thing.
Vicky: Oh, no, that's ok. You just have to hurry because I've got to go get changed.
Amanda: Oh, why don't you stay here for a while? You've got plenty of time.
Vicky: No, I don’t. My mom is picking me up in an hour and we are going to go to Michael’s for the ceremony.
[Knock on door]
Amanda: I'll get it.
Vicky: Ok. Oh.
Amanda: Jamie. Hi.
Jamie: What's going on?
Vicky: Hey, is that my mom?
Jamie: That's Vicky. Good. I want to talk to her.
Amanda: Look, we have to keep her from going to this wedding.
Jamie: That's exactly what I intend to do.
Amanda: I was thinking maybe she could go on a picnic with Alli and I?
Jamie: Instead of going to the wedding? You must be joking. She'll never go for that.
Amanda: She will if you go with us.
Jamie: Amanda, I'm supposed to be at the wedding.
Amanda: Don't you think that Lisa and Felicia would appreciate it a lot more if you were with us?
Jamie: Under the circumstances, you're right.
Vicky: Jamie, what are you doing here?
Amanda: Jamie's going to take Alli and I on a picnic.
Vicky: Oh. I thought you were going to the wedding?
Jamie: No, no, just the reception.
Vicky: Oh. So where are you picnicking?
Jamie: Uh -- uh -- at the boathouse.
Vicky: The boat--
Vicky: Where we got caught trapped on the Easter egg hunt, yeah.
Jamie: Yeah, yes. It's really peaceful and quiet, and it's a great place for a picnic and --
Jamie: And you're more than welcome to join us.
Amanda: Vicky's got to go to the wedding.
Vicky: You know, my doctor told me yesterday that I have to avoid stress, right, doc?
Jamie: Yeah, and there won't be any stress with us.
Vicky: Well, I actually think a picnic would be a better way to spend my day.
John: Sharlene, that's fantastic.
Sharlene: Thanks. Josie helped with the dessert.
Matt: You made this?
Josie: Well, I picked the berries.
Sharlene: Well, I wonder what's keeping Jason so long in town.
John: I hope he's drumming up some business.
Josie: Hmm. Things slow?
John: We've got a few things lined up, but nothing as big as the hospice.
Sharlene: Well, the wedding's going to be starting soon.
Matt: Yeah, I guess it will.
Sharlene: You know, you could still make it if you left now.
Matt: You know, I wish everyone would just stop bugging me about going.
Sharlene: Matthew, this is your family. This would mean a lot to your father.
Matt: Well, it doesn't mean anything to me. Excuse me.
Josie: Matthew, wait. Please, don't go. Mama, this is Matthew’s decision, ok?
Sharlene: Well, he shouldn't hurt his father this way. Should he, John?
John: Listen, I'm the last one to talk about that. I had my problems with my old man.
Matt: You did?
John: Mike and I both did.
Sharlene: And there are probably things you said and did you wish you could do over now.
John: Listen, everybody makes decisions that we regret later on, but you have to do what you feel, Matt.
Matt: Yeah, and I don't want to have anything to do with Mitch.
John: I thought that you and Mitch got along fine.
Matt: We did, until -- well, never mind, ok?
Sharlene: Matthew, you shouldn't blame people for something that happened years ago. You shouldn't judge them.
John: People do change, Matt.
Matt: Yeah, maybe. But I am not going to that wedding, and I don't want to have anything to do with his life any more than he wanted to have anything to do with mine.
John: I hope things work out between you and Mitch.
Matt: They won't.
John: Well, you'd be surprised. Blood relations are stronger than you think, no matter how much you try to fight them.
Felicia: Dress. Shoes are in here, my hat, my makeup, jewelry. Ok. I'm ready. We can go, ok?
Felicia: To the wedding.
Mitch: Don't you think it's kind of a bit early to be there at the track?
Felicia: My darling, I have a million things to do. I have to worry about the musicians and the flowers. I should check on the minister to make sure he's there.
Mitch: No, honey, just calm down. You have a maid of honor. Lisa does those things.
Felicia: Honey, Lisa can hardly take care of herself right now.
Felicia: Mitch, the minister. Did we finally get a minister?
Mitch: Yes, finally.
Mitch: There's a minister.
Felicia: Oh, right. That was a new min-- ok, there's something else I’m forgetting. I know it. I can feel it.
Mitch: Your groom.
Felicia: Ha. You mean good old what's his name, huh?
Mitch: The love of your life.
Felicia: Boy, are you ever.
Mitch: See, aren't you glad that I’m here to calm you down?
Felicia: I'm glad you're here for about a million other reasons.
Felicia: You know, I'm going to have that doorbell ripped out when we get married.
Mitch: I'll get it.
Mitch: Hey. How you doing?
Felicia: Sam, hi. Matthew?
Mitch: What's all this with the signals?
Felicia: It's ok, Sam. Tell him.
Sam: I've been trying to find Matthew to see if I can talk him into going to the wedding, and I haven't been able to find him.
Mitch: It's ok. I appreciate it.
Felicia: Honey, you know, he may just come on his own.
Mitch: Look, whatever he does it's his decision, ok?
Felicia: I wanted this day to be absolutely perfect for you.
Mitch: As long as we get married, it will be.
Sam: Why not?
Felicia: I was just kidding. Don't encourage him. No.
Sam: Mitch, let's do some betting.
Mitch: Yes, we'll bet.
Felicia: He cannot bet.
Sam: Come on. Let's go bet the horses.
Felicia: It's his wedding day.
Sam: Oh, ok.
Felicia: Leave him alone.
Sam: Who needs some extra money for the wedding?
Felicia: Isn't it beautiful? Didn't they do a wonderful job? Oh, Arnie!
Felicia: Hi! Oh.
Felicia: How are you?
Arnie: Oh, fine, fine.
Felicia: You did such a great job. It's so beautiful here.
Arnie: Oh, I told the boys it for a very special filly, and they put themselves out for you.
Arnie: Here is Benny Vatous.
Benny: How you doing?
Felicia: Benny, how do you do? Nice to meet you.
Arnie: One-thumb Mertz.
Felicia: Ah. Preach. Hello.
Arnie: Short hips O'Toole.
Felicia: Hello. Hello. How are you?
Arnie: And Gladys, Thelma.
Gladys: Nice to meet you.
Thelma: Hi, it's a pleasure.
Arnie: And Muriel.
Felicia: Muriel, hello. This is Mitch.
Mitch: Hello, hello, and thank you.
Felicia: And his brother, Sam.
Mitch: Thank you.
Sam: How you doing, guys?
Gladys: Hi, Sam. Hello.
Felicia: I can't thank you enough, really. It's so wonderful to have Wally’s friends around.
Women: Our pleasure.
Muriel: It's our pleasure.
Arnie: I have something for you. I think you'll like it.
Felicia: No, Arnie. You've done so much already. Please.
Arnie: I'll show it to you later.
Felicia: All right.
Sam: Hey, look, Arnie, can you show us where to change?
Arnie: Sure. Come on.
Felicia: Listen, Sam?
Felicia: Take good care of this man just to make sure he gets to the church on time.
Sam: Oh, he will. Don't worry about that. He will.
Sam: See you in a bit.
Lisa: I'm sorry I'm late!
Felicia: Oh, you're not!
Felicia: You're right on time! You look wonderful!
Lisa: Can I talk to you for a minute?
Felicia: There's not a problem, is there?
Lisa: No, no!
Lisa: No, no, no, no.
Felicia: Good. What?
Lisa: I hope you know how much I love you.
Felicia: Oh, yes.
Lisa: And I don't want you to think about anything other than your wedding today, ok?
Lisa: I want to see you happy. You are my favorite person in the whole world.
Felicia: Now, don't make me cry. It's not fair. My mascara happens to be perfect.
Lisa: No, no, no! I want you to be happy!
Felicia: I love you.
Lisa: You deserve so much love. You give so much to everyone else. You've been almost like a mother to me.
Felicia: I love you. You know that, don't you?
Felicia: Come on. Let's get me married, all right?
John: Want a hand?
Sharlene: Yeah. Thanks.
John: Where's Matthew?
Sharlene: He and Josie are out picking crab apples.
John: That boy is hurting, no matter what he says.
Sharlene: Yeah, well, I should never have said anything about Mitch. I just shouldn't have.
John: I know what it's like, Sharlene, when you start dealing with another family's problems.
Sharlene: Yeah, this business with Matthew really hits home with you, doesn't it?
John: Yeah. It reminds me of things that I try not to remember.
Jason: Well, John. You're getting to be the steady-fixture dish dryer around here. Hmm.
John: Jason, we have some business to discuss.
Jason: Well, that's something we could use, yeah.
John: Listen, Michael and Donna have asked me to build a new home for them.
Jason: That's fantastic, that's great. How big? I know with his bucks, that could be real big, real good for us, right?
John: Yeah. Listen, Frame Construction gets the job under one condition.
Jason: What's the condition?
John: You don't show your face anywhere near the site.
Jason: What are you talking about?
John: Otherwise, Donna vetoes it.
Jason: Donna's got a grudge against me. I was in love with her mother. That's been years ago.
John: We need this project.
Jason: Yeah. What am I supposed to do, sit on the sideline and watch, John, huh?
John: Jason, you're never out at the site anyway.
Jason: That's because I am always trying to drum business up for us.
John: Well, you didn't drum up this.
Jason: Well, how can I? They're always bad-mouthing me. If it's not Donna, it's Rachel.
John: Jason, just --
Jason: Rachel Cory is out to destroy Frame Construction!
John: Leave Donna out of this.
Jason: Fine. I leave Donna out, I got Rachel. She's just got it in for me, that's all.
John: Just concentrate on getting new business, ok?
Jason: How can I do that when every step of the way she's trying to sabotage me. No, I've had it.
John: Where are you going?
Jason: I'm going to get it straight with Rachel once and for all.
Nicole: Oh, st-- I don't have time for this right now.
Cass: Hey, if you don't relax, you're going to break into a million pieces.
Nicole: Oh. We should have left by now for the track.
Cass: Ooh. Houdini couldn't get this knot out.
Nicole: You know, the nerve of that woman --
Nicole: Showing up on my wedding day to have her dresses altered? That's --
Cass: Honey, Caroline is gone, and so is this knot. Hey, good girl!
Nicole: Oh, my garter!
Cass: I beg your pardon?
Nicole: You know, for my leg, for the reception. I need to throw it.
Cass: Your garter?
Nicole: Yeah, it should --
Cass: Oh, well -- no, it's not there. No, I don't -- and --
Nicole: Help me look for it, please!
Liz: That Sophie is an absolute marvel. She did all those alterations in nothing flat. Here, you left this in your bureau.
Nicole: Oh, thanks, Liz.
Liz: Oh, I have to go find my garment bag. Sophie is a whiz at --
Donna: Nicole! Nicole, have you seen Victoria?
Donna: Well, I was supposed to have lunch with her before the ceremony, and I went over to her place to get her and she wasn't there. I mean, I don't know where she could be!
Nicole: Well, maybe she just stepped out.
Donna: Well, I don't really -- oh, wait a minute. Maybe she could have gone shopping. I mean, you know, she really can't fit into any of her clothes anymore. Maybe that's it. Oh, what should I do, though?
Nicole: I don't know. Why don't you ask --?
Cass: Well, why don't you go over to the track? Maybe she's already there.
Donna: Well, that's a good idea. I'll go home, get ready, and then go on over there. Thanks. Yeah -- I can't believe she wouldn't call me and tell me or something!
Cass: What was that?
Nicole: Oh. This is all getting too complicated!
Cass: Hey, let's not let it make us crazy, ok?
Nicole: I'm just so wound up.
Cass: Hey. Come on. In a few hours, you'll say "I do" --
Cass: And I'll say "I do," and the violins will play and the horses will neigh.
Nicole: Oh, I feel faint.
Cass: You do, huh? Come here, let me hold you. Is that better?
Cass: I told Michael that I'd meet him at the track and go over a few things.
Nicole: Oh. Well, you go, you go.
Nicole: I'll be fine.
Cass: All right.
Nicole: I'll just get it into gear.
Cass: Are you going to be ok?
Cass: Ok. Especially after I stepped on your foot just then?
Nicole: Please don't do that again.
Cass: I love you.
Nicole: I love you.
Cass: I mean, I really, really love you.
Nicole: I really love you.
Cass: I got to go.
Cass: I'll see you there.
Liz: Nicole, dear!
Nicole: Oh --
Liz: What can your matron of honor do to make things easier for the bride?
Nicole: Just help me survive this day.
Liz: Oh, once you get to the racetrack, you'll see. You won't have to worry about anything, not a little thing.
Nicole: I hope so.
Liz: Now, come. Let's look over your things right here. Oh, Nicole. The next time you come into this room, you are going to be Mrs. Cass Winthrop. Oh.
Rachel: Do we have enough champagne?
Rachel: Is it on ice?
Ada: Yes, it is.
Rachel: I'll go change.
Jason: I'm being very nice. Just relax. Don't touch.
Vivien: You're not being very nice.
Jason: Don't touch the merchandise! I got to talk to you.
Vivien: I'm sorry, Mrs. Cory.
Rachel: What are you doing, pushing into my house?
Jason: What are you doing, pushing into my business?
Ada: Do you want me to get a caterer and have him thrown out?
Rachel: No, it's all right. I'll handle it.
Ada: Come on, let's -- we'll be in here if you need us.
Rachel: Jason, I have a wedding to go to.
Jason: Oh, I'm sorry. My livelihood is a little more important than your social calendar.
Rachel: What do you want?
Jason: I want you to put Frame Construction back on the hospice project.
Rachel: It's out of the question.
Jason: We were doing a bloody good job at a far better than fair price!
Rachel: The hospital has already hired another contractor.
Jason: Well, you get the board to cancel that contract.
Rachel: I can't do that.
Jason: Yes, you can. You canceled mine.
Rachel: The subject is closed, Jason.
Jason: You want to play hardball? Fine, fine, but it's my turn to even the score.
Rachel: Just what does that mean?
Jason: You'll see. You'll see.
Amanda: Hush, little baby
Jamie and Amanda:
Don't say a word mama's going to buy you a mockingbird
Jamie and Amanda:
If that mockingbird don't sing mama's going to buy you a diamond ring if that diamond ring turns brass mama's going to buy you a looking glass
Jamie: Mama used to sing that song to you, too, huh?
Amanda: Yeah, every time I had to go to sleep.
Jamie: Yeah, me, too.
Amanda: Want some more? I think every mother has a time-to-go-to-sleep song.
Amanda: Vicky, what did your mother used --?
Vicky: Oh, well, she tries to sing to me now. I just refuse to listen.
Amanda: I'm sorry. I forgot you didn't know your mother while you were growing up.
Vicky: Oh, actually, I didn't know any of my family until a few years ago. That's why I’m so interested in my baby's family. Here, look at this. Hello. Sharlene gave me this -- look.
Amanda: Who's that?
Vicky: It's Jamie’s father.
Jamie: Look how young he looks.
Vicky: I think he's got your eyes and your chin. What do you think?
Amanda: There is a little resemblance.
Vicky: You know -- here, let me have this. Well, that's my baby's grandfather. My baby's going to have a big family, some family security --
Vicky: Even if it doesn't have a dad.
Jamie: What are you talking about? I'm its father.
Vicky: I mean, a real father, like that's there every day with the baby and with me.
Jamie: I'm going to give this baby just as much love and attention as you are.
Amanda: I wonder how the wedding's going. I bet it's fun. Here, can you hold her for just a second?
Jamie: Oh, sure. Yeah, leave it to Felicia to think of having a wedding on a racetrack.
Vicky: Do you wish you were there?
Jamie: Are you kidding? No, I'm going to show up for the reception, though.
Vicky: Oh, that's a good idea. I think I'll go with you.
Jamie: Hush, little baby don't say a word papa's going to buy you a mockingbird and if that mockingbird don't sing papa's going to buy you a diamond ring and if that diamond ring turns brass
Felicia: You're thinking about Matthew, aren't you?
Mitch: No, I'm trying not to think about Matthew.
Felicia: Honey, why don't you go see him just one more time before the wedding?
Mitch: Well, he's supposedly staying over at the Frame farm, which isn't too far from here.
Felicia: Ok. Give it one last shot. Come on, try and make up to him.
Mitch: You think so?
Felicia: I want this day to be perfect for you. Come on.
Mitch: Ok. Thanks.
Felicia: Ok. Good luck. Hi.
Cass: Hi, there. Are you all set for our big day?
Felicia: Well, I got butterflies flying around inside.
Cass: Me, too.
Felicia: Well, we're here.
Cass: Well, we sure are.
Donna: I can't imagine what's keeping Victoria.
Felicia: Maybe she's decided that it's not a good idea to come today.
Donna: Victoria has as much right to be at her aunt's wedding as Lisa does to be at yours.
Cass: Donna, take it easy.
Nicole: Oh! I'm sorry we're late. Sophie had to make some last-minute alterations on Liz’s dress.
Donna: Well, that's all right. Victoria's late, too.
Nicole: Oh, do you think she's changed her mind about coming?
Donna: Oh, what is this? Don't you want her at your wedding?
Nicole: Donna, you know I do!
Donna: She is your niece, you know!
Nicole: Donna, please, don't do this here. Felicia, I’m sorry.
Felicia: No, no. It's ok, really.
Nicole: Cass, come with me. All right?
Cass: Excuse us.
Nicole: Cass, this is supposed to be the best day of our lives.
Cass: What is wrong?
Nicole: Our getting married today is creating problems for everyone -- Felicia and Donna, Vicky and Lisa -- everyone that I care about.
Cass: Well, not everyone.
Nicole: Cass, you know that I love you, right?
Cass: Nicole --
Nicole: And I know that you love me.
Cass: This is making me a little nervous. You're not just rehearsing vows here, are you?
Nicole: Cass Winthrop, will you not marry me?
Nicole: I mean, I want to be married, I do, but not today. Our getting married today is ruining Felicia’s day.
Cass: And it's, as a result, ruining your day.
Nicole: I'm afraid so.
Cass: And a girl doesn't want a ruined wedding day, does she?
Cass: So -- we're talking postponement here?
Nicole: Yeah. I just want to spend the rest of today in your arms back in the salon.
Cass: Are you sure about this?
Nicole: Yes, I am. I think it's the best thing to do.
Cass: Well, we better tell Felicia.
Nicole: Here she comes now.
Cass: Honey? Hi. There's something I think you should know.
Felicia: What? What? Tell me.
Cass: The wedding is off.
Mitch: Matthew, wait a minute.
Matt: Look, I have nothing to say to you.
Mitch: Ok, ok, just listen to me.
Matt: I am not coming to your wedding, all right?
Mitch: Ok, that's fine, that's fine.
Matt: Ok. Is that it?
Mitch: Look, I'm not going to try to force you to do something you don't want to do.
Matt: What do you want?
Mitch: What I want is for us to be father and son again.
Mitch: Yes. Look, I'm your father. If I’ve done something that has embarrassed you or something that you're angry about, I'm sorry, but nothing's going to change that.
Matt: Something has already changed that!
Mitch: Look, anything that went on went on before you were born. I'm not the person I -- look, I'm not the man that you so despise.
Matt: What do you want me to do, just forget about that and forgive you?
Mitch: What are you going to do, live in the past while everybody else moves on? Matthew -- look, I'm getting married today to the woman that I love. I'm happy. My life is full. I would like to share that with you. Ok. Ok, look, I'm sure you'll make the right decision. And whatever you decide, I'll respect it, because I love you and whatever you feel about me is not going to change that.
Felicia: What do you mean, the wedding is off?
Nicole: Not your wedding. Our wedding.
Felicia: You're not getting married?
Cass: Oh, yeah, sure, we are. Just not today.
Felicia: Why? Why aren't you getting married today?
Nicole: This day is for you and Mitch. We'll be married soon, and our day will be as special as this one is for you.
Cass: We want you and Mitch to have the wedding day that you deserve without being upset by Nicole’s family situation.
Felicia: Are you sure?
Felicia: Are you sure you really want to do this?
Cass: Absolutely. Honey, we wish you and Mitch every happiness in the world. We love you.
Felicia: Oh. Ok!
Cass: Now, let's go get you married. Come on.
Nicole: Come on.
Jason: Sharlene or Josie around?
Matt: I think they went into town.
Jason: Was that your dad I just saw leaving?
Jason: Must be really hard on you to deal with him now that you know --
Matt: Look, I don't want to talk about it!
Jason: Sorry, Matt. I just want you to know that you're welcome here no matter what happens.
Matt: Well, thank you very much.
Jason: In spite of what your mom did to my sister Janice.
Jason: Didn't Sharlie tell you?
Matt: All right, tell me what?
Jason: Hey, forget it, I'm sorry.
Matt: No, no, no, no --
Jason: It's an ugly story --
Matt: If you don't tell me, someone else will tell me.
Jason: Forget it, Matt!
Matt: Just tell me, Jason!
Jason: Fine. Just promise me you won't let anybody know where you heard it, all right?
Matt: Great. I promise. Now, tell me what my mom did.
Jason: Your mom murdered my sister Janice.
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