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Another World Transcript Tuesday 6/20/06
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Emma: Sharlene, honey, you are a sight for sore eyes. No, no, no, I am not going to hug you. I don't want to wrinkle your dress.
Sharlene: [Chuckles] Well, you clean up well, Emma.
Emma: Thank you very much. But there is somebody here who's not looking too pretty. Mary Frances, when are you going to get out of those jeans? You look more like a field hand than a bride.
Frankie: I was waiting for my favorite aunt, she's going to help me get dressed.
Emma: Well, you better get to it, time's wasting.
Frankie: Well, let her catch her breath.
Sharlene: I'm all right, I'm all right. Let's go.
Frankie: Ok, we'll see you later, Mama.
John: Place looks pretty good, doesn't it, Emma?
Emma: There's lot to be done but --
John: We did get a late start.
Emma: Well, we got a late -- you're right.
Frankie: Sharlene, oh, this is beautiful.
Sharlene: Yeah -- yeah.
Frankie: John has such wonderful taste. He gave you that, right?
Sharlene: Listen, honey, Emma is right. We got to get you cleaned up. Let's go.
Frankie: Oh, am I that much of wreck?
Sharlene: No, but we're going to make you the bride of the year. Show me -- where we are headed?
Frankie: Ok, this way.
Cass: Watch your step.
Felicia: Yes, I know.
Cass: Listen now, there's still work that has to be done. You understand that, don't you?
Felicia: Yes, honey, everything is under control. Would you stop worrying?
Cass: Everything except my nerves, you know? The closer we got in the car to the house --
Felicia: I know, I know.
Cass: The more my heart pounded.
John: There he is.
Emma: Cass, you're looking a little pale, are you feeling all right?
Cass: Never better, Emma.
Emma: Fine, good, fine, fine.
John: No pre-wedding jitters?
Cass: Well, maybe one or two.
John: Uh-huh, well, that's your job, Felicia.
John: Sure, it's the best man's job to keep the groom calm.
Emma: Best man -- what are you talking about?
Cass: Felicia's my best man. Which reminds me, did you double-check about the limousines, honey?
Emma: They're joking, aren't they -- they're joking?
John: No, no, your best man is usually your best friend, right?
Cass: Felicia's my best friend.
Felicia: Oh, Emma, now, don't worry. I promise not to step on your toes when we dance.
John: Take some deep breaths. No, no, no. Not rapid breaths, deep breaths.
Cass: [Inhales] What if I hyperventilate?
John: Well, then you'll have to walk down the aisle with a paper bag on your head. [Chuckles] Paper.
Felicia: Who is that?
Cass: I don't know.
Man: Everything clear in the back?
Second man: All set. You got your wire on?
Man: Don't worry about me.
Felicia: The tuxedo guy.
Felicia: Oh, he's probably with the catering.
Second man: Where is she?
Man: She'll be here. Then we move.
Iris: So, how's it going?
Jake: This really isn't a good time, Iris.
Iris: Well, it's not for me either. I've got a wedding to attend.
Jake: Oh, that explains the getup, right?
Is: Have you talked to her?
Jake: If you're referring to Paulina, the answer is yes.
Iris: Of course, I'm referring to Paulina, who else? Now, what has happened?
Jake: Get off my back.
Iris: Jake, I want information. That's what I pay you for.
Jake: You will get your information, Iris.
Jake: If I knew you were going to be putting pressure on me -- you're lucky I took this job, you know that?
Iris: And you, my sweet little boy, are lucky I gave it to you.
Jake: Who else would take it?
Iris: I can think of a lot of people who'd be thrilled to get that sort of money, Jake.
Jake: Not if they knew you would be breathing down their neck, Iris.
Iris: I just want to make sure you don't blow it.
Jake: What's to blow? You want to prove Paulina is an imposter, I'm supposed to help you by getting information.
Iris: Correct. Now, what's your approach? Do you have a plan?
Jake: I've hired her.
Jake: I just figure it's easier to spy on her if she's right here working for me. Will that shut you up for a while?
Iris: [Chuckles] Well, yeah, actually, that's brilliant.
[Knock at door]
Iris: You're insolent and arrogant but definitely brilliant.
Iris: [Chuckles] Oh, Jake, don't forget -- my role in this must remain strictly confidential.
Jake: Hey, you had no trouble getting here, huh?
Paulina: No, your directions were perfect. Wow, what a great space. Iris.
Iris: Well, well, well, the ubiquitous Paulina.
Jake: You two know each other?
Iris: Know each other? Why, Jake, we're practically relatives, or so she thinks.
Jake: Paulina is my assistant.
Iris: Oh, dear. But very wise of you to get a job, you're certainly going to need it. Jake, have that budget on my desk ASAP.
Jake: ASAP, Iris.
Iris: Thank you. I'll be in touch. Do take care, Paulina. I hope this job lasts longer than the last one.
Paulina: I don't know if this is going to work out, Jake.
Jake: What're you talking about?
Paulina: If Iris Wheeler is a client of yours, then my being here might work against you.
Jake: What's the problem?
Iris: She doesn't believe that I'm Mac Cory's daughter. And she'll do just about anything to get at me.
Jake: Are you Mac Cory's daughter?
Paulina: Yes. Yes, I am. And if you don't believe me, then I'm out of here right now.
Jake: Hey, relax.
Paulina: No, I really don't want to work for someone who thinks I'm a liar, you see.
Jake: It's ok. To tell you the truth, I really don't care whose daughter you are.
Paulina: Well, I care. I can't work for you if you don't trust me.
Jake: I got an idea.
I'll trust you, if you trust me.
Stacey: Hey. Oh, what are you guys doing here? You scared me.
Jamie: Well, I came by --
Stacey: Oh, you know what, actually, I don't have a lot of time to talk right now. I just came by to see if my wallet was here. Please, I thought I -- ah! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. Oh, I thought I was going to be late for Cass' wedding. That would be a good one, huh? I haven't even taken a shower yet. I've got to wash my hair. I've got to set my hair. I've got to put my make-up on, do my nails. I've got to figure out what I'm going to wear. Oh, my gosh, I didn't even pick up that card yet for the present. I didn't even wrap the present. I don't even have gas in the car yet. Shoot, you know what? Could you lock the door when you leave? Thanks, yeah.
Jamie: You get the idea she's a little frantic today?
Marley: It's her brother's wedding.
Jamie: It's a good thing we didn't tell her someone almost died here a little bit ago.
Marley: Tell me about it.
Jamie: I'm going to call the ER, see how our John Doe is doing.
Marley: You know, Jamie, you were really amazing with that man?
Jamie: That's my job, Marley. You were the one who was amazing and calm.
Marley: Who said I was calm?
Jamie: Well, you seemed calm, that's the important part. Yes, I need to speak to Dr. Richards, please.
Marley: I hope the ambulance got there.
Jamie: Me too, any delay could be fatal.
Marley: I just can't believe that there's not a medical facility in this entire neighborhood.
Jamie: That's because there's no money in this neighborhood. Yes, I'm waiting for Dr. Richards, please. Oh, he's not. Well, this is Dr. Frame. Could you tell whoever's in charge that there's a hit-and-run victim about to arrive? Yes, I'd like Dr. Richards on the case immediately. This man needs surgery right away. Right. Ok, I'll call you back in about 10 minutes, he should be back by then. I'll give him any information he needs. Thank you very much.
Marley: What's going to happen?
Jamie: I don't know. I just wish they didn't shut the clinic down here.
Marley: Well, I thought my father said something about the hospital doing an outreach program for underprivileged neighborhoods or something.
Jamie: Yes, they worked out an entire plan.
Marley: Well, what happened?
Jamie: Lack of funds happened.
Marley: You'd think it would be easy enough to get funding for that sort of project.
Jamie: Yeah, it should be, shouldn't it? I don't know, all you need to start is a store front and a volunteer staff.
Marley: I -- I -- you're thinking what I'm thinking.
Jamie: I'm thinking --
Marley: I know what you're thinking.
Jamie: Tell me what you think I'm thinking.
Marley: You think we could make it happen.
Jamie: Will you help me?
Ken: Please don't apologize.
Rachel: I wasn't going to. Yes, I was. I'm sorry about what happened the other night.
Ken: Well, I'm not.
Rachel: Excuse me?
Ken: I'm not sorry. At least it showed me that our relationship, such as it was, is over.
Rachel: You really are angry, aren't you?
Ken: Just ready to move on.
Rachel: Well, can we be friends at least?
Ken: You don't get the picture, do you?
Rachel: What picture is that?
Ken: We either have a real adult relationship or we don't.
Rachel: And an adult relationship has to be sexual, is that it?
Ken: When people involved are attracted to each other, yeah.
Rachel: Who made up that rule?
Ken: I'm not interested in being pals, Rachel.
Rachel: Well, I misunderstood. I thought we got on pretty well. I thought we enjoyed each other's company. At least, I thought you enjoyed my company.
Ken: I did enjoy your company. I also thought that there was something more.
Rachel: And because you thought there was something more, either I go to bed with you or you go south, is that it?
Ken: Yeah, I guess that about sums it up.
Rachel: Well, I'm sorry you're walking away.
Ken: I've done everything I can.
Rachel: Right, and now you're through with me.
Ken: I don't know what else I can do.
Rachel: No, listen, I do understand. I mean, it must be boring. I mean, just going on and on and on with a friendship where you get nothing in return. Just being there and supporting somebody has got to be dull. At least when you can get somebody into the sack, you've got something, right?
Ken: Odyssey. Well, it's about time you got back to me. Yes, I pinpointed the location of the wreck. 200 feet down. I'm going to need a crack diving team. Ready to go at a moment's notice.
Felicia: Hello. Uh, I assume you're with the catering team.
Man: No, I'm not one of the chefs. I'm kind of a do-everything guy.
Felicia: Oh, well, we're delighted to have you with us. And I am stopping you from doing everything, I guess.
Man: Yeah, uh, I have one more car to unload. My partner is out there now.
Felicia: Oh, for heaven's sake, would you stop it? Now, I think it's time you give me the rings.
Cass: The rings? I don't have the rings. I thought you brought them.
Cass: I'm just kidding. I've got the rings. Coming right up.
Felicia that's very funny, really. I just want to make sure everything is set, you know?
Cass: The rings! Oh, I can't believe this. I thought I put the rings right in my --
Felicia: Well, where are they?
Cass: I didn't put them -- they're on my dresser.
Emma: There are no accidents, Cass.
Cass: Emma, don't start with me, Emma.
Felicia: Cass, go, run to your house and get them quick.
Cass: I'm not going to run to my house, I am going to drive to my house and get them.
Emma: He better not forget to come back.
Evan: How're you doing?
Emma: I'm fine. Everything's going fine.
Evan: Is it?
Emma: Are you here stag?
Evan: Uh, yeah, I'm afraid so.
Emma: What, Amanda couldn't make it?
Evan: Don't say that so loud. No, I -- yes, I think the wedding would have been too much for her is what I think.
Emma: Sounds right.
Evan: Listen, did I thank you for having us out for lunch?
Emma: You sure did.
Evan: It meant a lot to both of us.
Emma: You and Amanda are no, no, no, no.
Evan: Stop it.
Emma: I'm not going to say it, I'm not going to say a word. All I want is for you to be happy, all right?
Evan: All right.
Josie: All right. Tell me I don't look as bad as I think I look.
Evan: Bad? What are you talking about?
Josie: Is Matthew here yet?
Emma: No, I haven't seen him, sweetheart.
Evan: Well, I wouldn't worry, I'm sure he'll be here.
Emma: Y'all, just I'm just going to take one more tour around just to make sure everything's ok. Ok? Ok.
Evan: Ok, ok. Come over here.
Evan: Now --
Evan: What's going on with you and Matt?
Josie: Nothing's going on with me and Matt. I don't know how to get him back.
Evan: Well, I think what you have to do is, uh, let nature take its course.
Josie: You saying I should back off?
Evan: Well, I think you should let it be. I mean, just kind of let it happen.
Josie: It's so hard.
Evan: Listen, you got to be patient because --
Josie: I can't believe this.
Matt: [Whispering] Is my ring nice?
Matt: I hope that means you like it.
Josie: I love it. Oh, Matthew.
Matt: We are going to be together forever. I mean that. I'm going to make up for all the bad things that have happened to you. And when we're older and out of school, I want us to be married. I love you.
Josie: I love you.
Matt: I care about you and love you. So much, that sometimes it scares the hell out of me. I don't want to watch you turn into someone I don't even like, Josie.
Matt: That's why I came back here tonight -- to tell you I want to spend the rest of my life with you. Marry me, Josie.
Emma: Honey, what are you doing hanging around here? There's a lot of work to be done, Frankie needs help.
Josie: All right, all right.
Emma: And you're not going to meet anybody hanging around here, mooning over that Cory boy. Now, you come on, darling.
Josie: All right.
Evan: I hope you feel better.
Josie: Thanks, Evan.
Olivia: Josie did not look pleased.
Matt: I told her I was bringing someone, I just didn't tell her it was you.
Olivia: Not pleased at all.
Matt: Want some punch?
Olivia: Love some.
Evan: So, you came after all.
Cass: All right, maestro. The door's open. A little Mozart, if you please.
Cass: What the hell are you?
Man: Hi, I'm here to make your honey squeal.
Cass: I beg your pardon.
Man: Uh, happy birthday, Miss Murphy, ma'am.
Cass: I didn't order an Elvis Presley, I ordered a string trio.
Man: You -- you did?
Frankie: And I'm not Mrs. Murphy.
Cass: No, she's not Mrs. Anybody.
Man: Oh, man, they must've got the names turned around.
Cass: Oh, I don't believe this.
Frankie: No, it's ok. I mean, really, the guy's here, right? We might as well let him sing. It's actually wonderful, you know?
Cass: So, my string trio is at Mrs. Murphy's birthday party?
Frankie: I have always had a softness for "blue suede shoes."
Man: Well, this one's for you, baby.
Man: Well, it's one for the money two for the show three to get ready now, go, cat, go but don't you
Man and Frankie: Step on my blue suede shoes
Man and Frankie: Well, you can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes
Man: Well, you can knock me down step in my face slander my --
Cass: Uh, that's wonderful, really, but that's quite enough.
Man: Hey, man, I usually get $20 to quit singing.
Frankie: Hey, oh, Sharlene, I thought I knew what I was going to do with this hair, but now I just know it's going to look ugly.
Sharlene: Well, uh, I got something for you.
Frankie: A wig, perchance?
Sharlene: No. It's for good luck.
Frankie: Oh, you're kidding.
Sharlene: No, no, I'm not.
Frankie: Sharlene, I can't take this.
Sharlene: No, no, it's not a gift. It's just on loan for today. I want you to wear it.
Frankie: It's so beautiful.
Sharlene: [Chuckles] Now, Emma doesn't know anything about it. She's -- uh, she's never seen it before, so don't -- just keep it between the two of us, ok?
Frankie: Ok. I'll wear it with pride. Now I have something old and something borrowed all in one.
Frankie: Oh, thank you.
Emma: Well, how are y'all doing in here?
Frankie: Oh, mamma, I don't know. Things aren't falling into the place the way I thought --
Josie: Ok, Frankie. What do you say -- this might help you.
Frankie: Oh, something blue.
Emma: And pretty.
Josie: Pretty sexy, huh?
Frankie: Ok, so when we toss this to all the eligible bachelors in the room, who do you want us to aim at?
Josie: I don't know. Matthew brought Olivia.
Frankie: Oh, honey, did he? I'm sorry.
[Knock at door]
Sharlene: I --
Frankie: Ah. Oh, look, enough of that.
Josie: Enough of that, you're right.
Frankie: We're going to have a great time.
John: Uh, I just wanted to make sure you're ok.
Sharlene: Yeah, I'm fine, but you can't be here right now, 'cause this is just gals.
John: Can't be here right now, huh? Just gals?
John: Looks like you're having fun.
Sharlene: Yeah, we're having fun.
John: Ok, well. I'll be downstairs, if you need me.
Emma: I mean, I told her. I said, "Mary Frances, please make an appointment at the beauty parlor." Did she listen to me? No, no.
Frankie: Cass wouldn't recognize you either, if you walked down the aisle looking like a sheepdog, mama.
Jamie: I think it's a terrific idea.
Jamie: I know we would make a great team, Marley.
Marley: Oh, is that so?
Jamie: All of a sudden, you don't sound so sure.
Marley: Well, I -- I just think that it's a big commitment.
Jamie: Marley, you said yourself that you can't think of anything more worthwhile. You can handle the fundraising.
Jamie: And I can deal with the medical end of the project.
Marley: I think we better deal with getting dressed for Cass' wedding.
Jamie: But --
Marley: Let's talk about this later.
Jamie: But you're a little uncomfortable at the idea of working so closely with me, is that it?
Marley: I just don't think it's a very good idea.
Jamie: Marley, it is a great idea.
Marley: [Chuckles] I'll see you there.
Jamie: I have tried to play this the way you wanted me to play this, it isn't working.
Jamie: Every time I see you, I'm so sure that it's right.
Marley: Jamie, please don't. I'm going to try to make it work with Jake.
Jamie: But -- if it doesn't work out, I'll be here waiting.
Grant: Sharly, where are you?
Sharlene: Everything's going perfectly. I got away from John and the wedding will be starting soon, then I can slip out the door.
Grant: Great. Just a few more minutes now, sweetheart.
Sharlene: And we'll be out of here.
Felicia: So, Sharlene is making real progress, then?
John: Well, we're keeping our fingers crossed.
Felicia: Josie said she might make it today.
John: We didn't make the decision until the last minute. She's up helping Frankie, having a wonderful time.
Felicia: Well, that's great. I know how much this means to Frankie to have her here.
Reuben: Hey, can I have a word with you, buddy?
Reuben: Tell me something, man -- how do you expect Josie to feel when she sees you here with Olivia?
Matt: Olivia and I are friends. Josie better get used to seeing me with other people. It's not going to be like it was.
Evan: Alli gets prettier and prettier every day.
Amanda: Actually, she's one of the main reasons that I came here today.
Amanda: Yeah. I don't -- maybe it's the age that she's at, but she seems to think that brides are fairy princesses.
Evan: No, no, she's the real fairy princess. Listen, I got a great idea -- see on the table over there, we got fairy princess hors d'oeuvres. How about if we take a walk over there together, what do you say? Hmm? Like to come with me? Come on. Come on. Work with me, work with me. Come on.
Olivia: Hello, Amanda.
Amanda: Hi, Olivia.
Olivia: Have you heard from Sam?
Olivia: Really, I'm shocked.
Amanda: Why is that?
Olivia: Because I got a call.
Amanda: Where was he?
Olivia: He didn't say.
Amanda: Well, what did he say?
Olivia: It's very important to Sam to clear his name, and I think you and I should do everything we can to help him.
Amanda: Stay out of it, Olivia, please. I have no desire to dredge up the past.
Olivia: I thought you would want to help, for Alli's sake.
Evan: So, was that delicious?
Man: I just spotted her.
Man: She's wearing a pink dress. Yes, I saw the brooch, she's the one.
Jake: So, are there any questions?
Paulina: How come you didn't hire someone who knows about videos?
Jake: You'll learn. Besides, all I need is somebody to answer the phone and balance the checkbook and someone who can spell better than I can. That's a definite must.
Paulina: Well then, I guess it should work out.
Jake: Yeah, I think it will.
Paulina: Hello, Marley.
Marley: Hi. If you're busy, really, I'll come back. I'll just leave.
Paulina: I was just leaving, anyway. So, Jake, I'll see you Monday at nine?
Jake: Right, thank you, Monday at nine.
Paulina: Thank you.
Jake: All right.
Marley: Oh, my. Monday at nine?
Jake: She's coming to work for me.
Marley: Oh, really?
Jake: Well, I need an assistant.
Marley: Why Paulina?
Jake: Well, she's available and --
Marley: And I'm not qualified?
Jake: I have to do this on my own.
Marley: Oh. Ok, that's fine. Do you have to do dinner on your own?
Jake: Dinner on my own?
Marley: Mm-hmm. You know, I was thinking maybe tomorrow night, dinner.
Jake: Dinner on my own tomorrow night. Let's see, dinner on my own, no, I definitely don't have to have dinner on my own.
Marley: Oh, good. So, I was thinking it was about - time you and I had a date. You know, a real date.
Marley:: Mm hm . Candles, wine. I was just wondering if you'd fall for it.
Jake and Marley: [Laugh]
Frankie: Shh, I'm not supposed to be here.
John: I know you're not supposed to be here, so what are you doing here?
Frankie: Mama -- she was driving me crazy, so I decided I'd come down here, see if everything was going ok.
John: Everything is going ok. Everyone seems to be enjoying themselves.
John: It's going great, it's perfect.
Frankie: I hope the rest of the afternoon goes as well.
John: I'm sure it will. Have you seen Sharlene?
Frankie: Uh, you know, I haven't seen her in a while, but I'm sure she's with Mom and Josie.
John: I'm going to go look for her. Just relax, you know, smudge or something.
Frankie: [Chuckles] Ok.
Felicia: Eddie -- I mean, it is Eddie. Listen, the assistant to the caterer had to run back to Tops, so I need you to fill in in the kitchen for him until he gets back.
Man: Yeah, ok.
Felicia: No, no, right now, please. Before the caterer starts throwing things at everybody, go. Thank you.
Frankie: Hi. I'm not -- I'm not here.
Felicia: Oh, yes you are, and Cass is coming up the walk with Stacey.
Frankie: Oh, shazam.
Cass: Oh, watch that one.
Iris: Oh, Cass, it's charming.
Cass: Thank you.
Stacey: It really is charming, isn't it? You should see all the property they have.
Cass: The place needs a little work. Um -- well, maybe more than a little, maybe a whole lot, but the structure is rock solid.
Stacey: Yes, as will be your marriage.
Cass: Let's hope so. The champagne is right down here, help yourself.
Stacey: All right.
Felicia: Iris, Luke.
Felicia: Listen, do you think I could speak to you, please?
Felicia: Thank you, Iris.
Felicia: Hi, I just keep thinking about what happened the other day.
Lucas: What happened?
Felicia: Well, I came down on you pretty hard.
Felicia: I shouldn't have, I'm sorry. I did and I -- you think I could talk to you for just a minute?
Lucas: Are you kidding? I always have time for you.
Felicia: Thank you.
Sharlene: This place is crawling with people. I have to wait a few more minutes.
Grant: Want to hear some incredible news?
Sharlene: Yes, tell me.
Grant: I just spoke to Hiver's clinic, and everything is ready and waiting and nobody is the wiser.
Sharlene: Everything is going to work out for us. Everything's going to work out perfectly.
Grant: You bet it is.
Sharlene: I better hang up.
Grant: Ok, don't be long, ok?
Sharlene: I love you.
Grant: I love you, too.
Felicia: I just wanted to tell you something. I know that you can throw your life around, Luke. I just -- I just don't want you to give up on your dream, that's all.
Lucas: Why do you never lose confidence in me?
Felicia: I don't know.
Felicia: I guess it's just that when we were kids, I knew you were a guy that --
Lucas: Oh. Well, maybe you can't turn the clock back, but you sure know how to make the most out of what you have left, huh?
Felicia: Right. Good. What is that? It's a gun, isn't it? Why are you carrying it?
Paulina: Hi there, stranger.
Ken: Hi, Paulina.
Paulina: Where have you been?
Ken: Here, mostly.
Paulina: How come?
Ken: How come what?
Paulina: How come you haven't been at the Corys'?
Ken: I don't live there, you know? I do have a business to run.
Paulina: What's the real reason?
Ken: I'm not interested in being cross-examined, ok?
Paulina: I see you're in a great mood today, too.
Paulina: Rachel is a little, uh, tense today.
Paulina: That wouldn't have anything to do with you or your date with her, would it?
Ken: I don't know. So, how's it going with being back at the mansion?
Paulina: Things are strange at the mansion.
Ken: In what way?
Paulina: Nobody seems to know how to treat me, but I'm not worried. So, don't change the subject, what's going on with you and Rachel? You are taking her to Cass and Frankie's wedding, aren't you?
Ken: Uh, no -- no, there's been a change in plan.
Paulina: I knew it.
Ken: Paulina, I really am busy.
Paulina: You've broken up.
Ken: I don't see that that's any of your business.
Paulina: And I'm glad.
Ken: You're glad?
Paulina: Ken, you are a great guy. I mean, if Rachel hasn't seen that by now, you're wasting your time. She's obviously not the right one.
Rachel: Well, you look very controlled and together.
Cass: Well, if I keep moving, nobody can tell. It's when I stand perfectly still that all the twitching and shaking becomes pathetically obvious.
Rachel: How's Frankie doing?
Cass: My spies tell me that she's about as bad as I am.
Rachel: You're gonna have a wonderful day today, and you're gonna have a long and happy marriage.
Cass: If we have anything near what you and Mac had --
Rachel: You'll be very lucky. Mac would be very pleased that you're this happy, and that you would risk loving again.
Cass: It took time. It takes time.
Iris: Rachel, there you are.
Cass: But it can happen --
Iris: Excuse me, Rachel? I've been waiting to talk to you.
Rachel: Oh, um.
Cass: I'll leave you two.
Rachel: Yes? Oh, there's my baby! You're looking so pretty. Oh, my girl, my girl. Is she tired?
Amanda: Yeah, I think she's getting there.
Rachel: Are you a tired baby? Hi, sweetie.
Evan: She really loves her grandmother, huh?
Amanda: Sure, why shouldn't she? Mom's great with her. Probably better than me.
Evan: Listen, I saw you talking to Olivia. It seemed pretty serious.
Amanda: Apparently, she's heard from Sam.
Amanda: He told her that he wants to clear his name.
Evan: Well, good luck.
Amanda: I just wish this would all come to an end.
John: Have either of you seen Sharlene?
Matt: No, no, not me.
Olivia: No, I didn't even know she was here.
John: Yeah, she is -- or she was. I'll look around.
Cass: Oh, there you are, good. Listen, the deep breathing worked well, but only for a little while. What I need now is to get some words of wisdom from the most recent groom in the room.
Lucas: Come off it, it's nothing to be worried about.
Felicia: What do you mean nothing?
Lucas: Come on, I'm just being careful, that's all.
Felicia: You've said that someone might try and kill you. You really think they're going to do that here?
Lucas: Fanny, you're letting your imagination run away with you, Fanny.
Felicia: It's him, isn't it?
Lucas: This is only a precaution. Chances are, after today, this is all going to go away.
Felicia: What does that mean, Luke?
Lucas: It means that this trail is no longer going to be in my life.
Felicia: Why do you say that? You've done something, haven't you?
Lucas: Let's get back to the other people.
Felicia: Now, wait a minute.
Lucas: Come on.
Felicia: You are not carrying your gun in there, Luke. You're not.
Lucas: Nobody's going to see it.
Felicia: I don't care. This is Cass and Frankie's wedding. Somebody is not going to try and kill you in there, are they?
Lucas: No, no.
Felicia: Ok. Now, please, leave it out here. Put it in the desk. You can pick it up later. Please, Luke.
Felicia: Thank you.
John: Oh, here you are.
Sharlene: Oh, yeah.
John: I've been looking all over for you.
Sharlene: Oh, I -- I just needed a couple of minutes alone.
John: You ok?
Sharlene: Yeah, I am now. I -- it's kind of hard with all those people out there.
John: Yeah, I know what you mean. Kind of quiet in here, though, isn't it?
John: You know what I've been thinking about?
John: Our wedding. All the vows, all the promises we made to each other, hopes that we shared.
John: We have everything, Sharlene. And nothing has changed. If anything, I love you more now than ever before.
Sharlene: Sweet, John
John: Everything's gonna to be all right. We're gonna have a whole future. A future ahead of us, everything we've ever dreamed of.
John; Oh, they're playing the music. Come on, we better go. Don't want to lose our seats.
Sharlene: No, I just -- I just need --
John: Come on, we can't lose our seats.
Sharlene: Yes, we can, damn it!
Frankie: [Chanting] Now, don't tease it too much, I don't want it to look frizzy.
Josie: Ok, ok. Maybe, um -- maybe you should put it up on the sides, like you do sometimes. Or, aunt Emma, we could sweep it up in the back. That would be sexy.
Emma: Oh, honey, I don't know. Who can concentrate with all that groaning going on? Mary Frances, please stop with the mantras for just a minute.
Emma: What's wrong?
Frankie: My hair. And my eyes are swollen.
Josie: They're not.
Emma: Honey, you look beautiful.
Frankie: I look pale. Pale and swollen.
Frankie: [Groans] Enough, enough. I'm not going to focus on myself anymore. It is driving me crazy. So, how are you two doing? Honey, you look pale, too. You look -- you look pale and sad, Jos. Doesn't she look sad, Mama?
Emma: No, no, no. Now, you're going to worry about her. Darling, you just don't have enough things to worry about today, do you?
Frankie: It was seeing Matt with Olivia, wasn't it?
Josie: They're just friends.
Those -- those, um -- you know, those man -- mantras.
Frankie: Mantra, oh, great, great.
Emma: Oh, no, no, no, would you please?
Frankie: Come on, get the energy.
Frankie: Nice deep relaxing
Josie and Frankie: [Chanting]
[Knock at door]
Jamie: How are you? Good to see you. Hello, how are you, Emma? How you doing?
Frankie: Hello, doc. What can you prescribe for a woman whose heart is pounding, whose mouth is dry, whose ears are ringing, and who has this incredible itch?
Frankie: Right there.
Jamie: Yeah, how's that?
Frankie: Oh, that's great. Oh, that's just great. What you got for me, doc?
Jamie: I can only tell you how gorgeous you look.
Frankie: Oh, thank you. But what good is gorgeous when you feel like this?
Jamie: Have you tried meditating?
Emma: Doc, please, please. She has tried everything. She's driving us batty.
Frankie: How's Cass?
Jamie: Oh, about the same, I think.
Frankie: Oh, my poor baby. Ooh, look, let me write a note for him and you give it to him, ok?
Stacey: Listen, I know you're still angry with me about the hearing.
Cass: Stacey, you did what you had to do to win.
Stacey: Right, and you would've done the same thing.
Cass: Maybe, but when it was over, I would've come clean.
Stacey: Just let this go, all right? Please.
Cass: I will, for today. I need us together today. You look really great, I have to tell you.
Cass: I like your hair like that.
Jamie: Message for the prospective groom.
Frankie: From whom?
Jamie: From the prospective bride.
Cass: Oh. How're you doing? I'm a nervous wreck. Want to elope?
Cass: That sounds like a good idea right about now.
Iris: Just in time, darling. Felicia, you've done a wonderful job.
Felicia: Thank you, Iris.
Iris: It looks very pretty. We might get you to do our wedding, what do you think, Lucas?
Lucas: Maybe. We'll talk about it.
Man: What is going on in there? The wedding's going to be starting any minute.
Second man: She's -- she's disappeared for the moment, but not to worry. I'll get her.
Emma: Did you find that ring?
Cass: [Gasps] The ring.
Emma: Don't tell me.
Cass: Oh. Everything is a go, Emma.
Emma: Just don't say a word.
Felicia: No, I'm afraid it's not a go.
Emma: What's wrong?
Felicia: John, I can't find him and he's walking Frankie down the aisle, and I don't know where he is.
Emma: Oh, no. Oh, I give up. I just give up.
Felicia: Oh, Emma.
Cass: Well, you're my best man, do something.
Grant: You should've been here by now. Something has gone wrong.
Sharlene: Just leave me alone.
John: I can't leave you alone, Sharlene.
Sharlene: I'm not Sharlene.
John: You are to me. I love you.
Sharlene: No, don't -- don't, come near me, don't. The wedding is starting soon. You don't want to miss it, do you?
John: You're more important to me.
Sharlene: You're giving the bride away, they'll be waiting for you.
John: Come on, Sharly.
John: We can go out quietly and I'll take you to the car.
John: Drive you back to the hospital.
Sharlene: No, I am never going back there. Never.
John: They'll help you.
Sharlene: That place is death to me.
John: Come on, Sharlene.
Sharlene: No. I need to be left alone.
John: No, you need help.
Sharlene: Go to your damn wedding!
John: I'm not going anywhere. Now, you're going to have to accept that.
Sharlene: Oh, well you stay, I'll leave. Leave.
John: Sharlene, you can't function like this.
Sharlene: You're trying to kill me so you can have her.
John: No, I'm not trying to kill you. Sharlene, listen. I love you.
Sharlene: Shut up.
Sharlene: I'm going out of here, and I'll kill you if I have to.
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