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Another World Transcript Thursday 6/29/06
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Meredith: I know.
Frankie: I -- I can't think of anything else.
Man: Then you're sure you've covered everything?
Cass: Can we hurry this up, officer? This beautiful woman and I have a wedding to get to.
Officer: I'm afraid -- I'm afraid that your social life is just gonna have to wait.
Cass: This isn't about social life. This is our destiny.
Officer: And this is my job.
Cass: Now look. I want these creeps who snatched Frankie to pay for it, too.
Officer: Yeah, perpetrator's been apprehended.
Cass: You got Ted?
Frankie: And that Eddie jerk?
Cass: What about this other guy?
Cass: What are you doing about him?
Officer: Ryan is a special case.
Ryan: Oh, captain, mon captain.
Man: Now what?
Ryan: Where the hell is he?
Man: I'd take it easy if I were you, Ryan.
Ryan: Oh, you're not me.
Man: Word is, he wants your head on a platter.
Ryan: Oh, my head on a platter, my butt in a sling? According to you, the captain's going to have parts of my anatomy all over this building.
Man: Oh, wait till you hear what he's got in mind for the billiards room.
Ryan: "You: Tuxedo, horse, and an attitude. Me: Intrigued in spite of myself. I owe you a "thank you," so call 555-2745 and cash in. Ask for V.H."
Man's voice: Hey, you, V.H. Baby. Does that stand for "very hot"?
Vicky: Oh, yuck.
Man's voice: I sure hope so.
Vicky: Bridget, why are so many men in this world jerks?
Man's voice: Because I am definitely your hero on a white steed.
Vicky: You are definitely a loser.
Bridget: Oh, now, Victoria, what if that was your man?
Vicky: No way.
Bridget: But how can you know that?
Vicky: Because my hero is definitely not an obnoxious fool. That's how I know.
Bridget: Now, look, I'm sure he's going to call you soon, dear.
Vicky: Fine, then you can talk to him.
Bridget: Oh, Victoria, really. Where are you going?
Vicky: I have never in my life waited around for the phone to ring. I am not about to start now.
Bridget: Well, I'm glad to hear that.
Vicky: I'm busy. I have -- I have people to see and places to go to. Good-bye.
Bridget: Shall I answer it?
Vicky: No. I'll get it.
Ryan: This is crazy. This is not the time to be calling up some blonde who can't even handle a horse.
Vicky: What am I, crazy? I'm waiting around for some guy who's probably a loser anyway.
Bridget: Well, you don't know that.
Vicky: You know what, Bridget? I am sick of men.
Bridget: Of course you are.
Vicky: They are all obnoxious, conniving, shallow fools. From now on, I'm going to focus on my career.
Bridget: Oh, that's right. Now we're going back to our writing career.
Vicky: Yes, I was good at it until I let Evan distract me.
Bridget: You were. You have a good way with words.
Vicky: Yes I do. And I'm going to nurture that goodness. To hell with men.
Bridget: Oh, I gave them up a year ago.
Vicky: That's because you're smart. And now I'm turning smart. I am not going to wait for a man to excite me. I'm going to make my life exciting myself. My career awaits.
Bridget: Oh, bravo, bravo, bravo.
Matt: Good news about Frankie.
Rachel: Did they find her?
Matt: Well, Felicia is going to call and tell us the details.
Rachel: Is she all right?
Matt: Well, Felicia said they were fine.
Rachel: Oh, let's hope so.
Matt: Yeah, ok. Well, if you need me, I'm in the mail room. Anytime.
Rachel: Yeah, ok, thanks, honey.
Matt: You ok, ma? I mean, how are you?
Rachel: Fine. Up to my neck.
Matt: I don't mean work-wise.
Rachel: Oh yeah? Well, what did you mean?
Matt: Well, I haven't seen Ken around lately.
Rachel: Is this bothering you, too?
Matt: Well, I thought you two were hitting it off.
Rachel: Yeah, I think we were.
Matt: So, did something happen?
Rachel: Ah, we just wanted other things and so, you know, it was time to part way.
Matt: You ok about that?
Rachel: Yeah, fine.
Matt: So you and he are still friends?
Rachel: Hone there was no big blowup, if that's what you're worried about.
Matt: No, no, it's just -- I mean, he wasn't around, then he's around --
Rachel: Yeah, well, he's got a project. I had to get back and run this company.
Matt: Ok, well, yeah, you have a lot to catch up on.
Rachel: I know, just 24 hours, you know.
Matt: Ease back into it. Take it easy. And if you need me, I'm in the mail room. Believe me, it's no piece of cake.
Rachel: Is that my mail?
Matt: Oh, yes. It's your mail.
Rachel: Great, thanks.
Matt: Why I came up here in the first place.
Rachel: Thanks a lot. Actually, you know, I'm enjoying being back.
Matt: Well, good. I like having you in the office.
Matt: Bet Iris is thrilled about it, huh?
Rachel: Ah, unhappy but coping.
Matt: Oh yeah, for how long?
Rachel: Well, actually in fairness to her, she's trying to make it work. At least she seems to be.
Matt: Seems to be, huh?
Rachel: She's invited me to dinner tonight.
Matt: And you're going?
Rachel: Of course I'm going. She's not going to serve me ground glass in my entree.
Matt: Mom, I want to tell you one thing. No matter how much Iris changes, I still don't trust her.
Iris: Oh, darling, thank heavens you are here.
Lucas: Why, what's wrong?
Iris: Oh, I've got Rachel coming for dinner.
Lucas: That's what's wrong?
Iris: Uh-huh, oh yes, and I need your help.
Lucas: I -- I can't make dinner tonight, Iris.
Iris: Why -- why not?
Lucas: I have other plans.
Iris: Lucas, this is very important to both of us.
Iris: And it has got absolutely nothing -- absolutely nothing -- to do with Paulina.
Lucas: Then what's the occasion?
Iris: Oh, well, you know Rachel is back at Cory.
Lucas: How would I not know that? Besides for -- for Paulina, that's all you talk about.
Iris: Well, you know she's just handling everything all over again.
Lucas: That's what she wants to do, Iris.
Iris: Ah, but she won't want it if I can get Ken Jordan back in her life.
Lucas: Oh, yeah. How are you going to do that?
Iris: I am going to play cupid, darling, and you are going to help me.
Iris: Oh, goodness, who's that? Could you -- do you mind, darling?
Lucas: Oh, sure.
Iris: Thank you.
Lucas: Yes? Oh, send her up.
Iris: Felicia? Darling, I need to talk to you and I need to talk to you now. We -- we haven't got time for Felicia. Besides, I've got that new maid started. You know Vivien's gone off on another emergency.
Felicia: Luke, I have wonderful news. Cass called just a few minutes ago.
Lucas: He found Frankie?
Felicia: Yes, and she's fine.
Lucas: Oh, that's fantastic.
Felicia: Isn't that great?
Lucas: It's great.
Iris: There are such things as telephones, Felicia. Surely even you could've used one.
Police officer: Is the bride and groom here?
Cass: Yes, this is the bride. I'm the groom.
Police officer: Yeah, well, that makes sense.
Frankie: What do you want with us?
Police officer: Well, I'm to escort you back to Bay City for your wedding tonight.
Police officer: Well, let's get the show on the road.
Cass: Ready? See you, guys.
Cass: Oh, bless you, honey. Are you going to be all right?
Frankie: I'll be fine.
Vicky: Oh, hi, Matthew.
Matt: Hi, Vicky.
Vicky: I was looking for Iris. What are you doing here?
Rachel: I'm back.
Rachel: Yes. The CEO is back running her company.
Vicky: Oh, that's too -- that's great.
Rachel: I think so. Is there something I can do for you, Vicky?
Vicky: Oh, well, I was just here to inquire about that job that Iris kept promising me.
Rachel: What job?
Vicky: Well, obviously it's a dead issue.
Rachel: What job?
Vicky: A columnist for "Sophisticate."
Vicky: But we won't chitchat about it. I guess I'll just be on my way.
Rachel: Actually, I -- I read your article on Grant Harrison.
Vicky: You read "The Bay City Herald"?
Rachel: I thought it was quite good. Witty, insightful. You have a nice personal style. I think it would attract readers.
Vicky: Oh, oh, well, I -- really -- you really think so?
Rachel: I suggest that you do a follow-up article for our newspaper. If it's as good as the first one, then we'll talk about that job for "Sophisticate."
Vicky: I don't believe it.
Rachel: Do you think you could have it here on my desk by next week?
Vicky: What about this week? I -- I could have it on --
Rachel: Why don't you take as much time as you need?
Vicky: Thank you. I mean, really, thanks a lot.
Rachel: Is there anything else?
Vicky: No, just -- just thank you. Thanks, I guess I said that really.
Rachel: Yeah, you did. Listen, I've got to get to a meeting. So if you don't mind, I...
Vicky: Can I just use your phone? For one -- one quick -- quick minute?
Rachel: Is this -- have to do with the assignment I've just given you?
Rachel: Well then in that case, you may. But please make sure and shut the door when you leave, all right?
Vicky: Definitely. Thank you.
Vicky: Hi. Yes, I would like the number for Congressman Harrison's campaign headquarters. Oh, yeah, yeah. I'll hold.
Lucas: So Frankie's really ok?
Felicia: She really is. And Cass, of course, is walking on air. He can't wait to get her to the altar.
Lucas: They're not going to postpone the wedding?
Felicia: No, they're not. I'm meeting them at their house.
Lucas: Oh, that's great. Well, you tell them good luck from me, ok?
Felicia: I will.
Lucas: Thanks for coming, Fanny.
Felicia: Yeah. Thanks for all your help. I appreciate it.
Iris: Well, what a relief. We don't have to go through all that "omming" again.
Felicia: Yeah, omming. Oh, is this a bottle of champagne? Oh, it is. Iris, you shouldn't have. Cass and Frankie will love this from you. And listen, Iris, I am so sorry that I bursted in on you. Luke will explain everything.
Lucas: Bye-bye, Fanny.
Iris: Well, will you?
Lucas: Will I what?
Iris: Explain everything.
Lucas: Oh, not now, Iris.
Iris: Come on, you've got to fill me in.
Lucas: All right, well, you know how I was pressuring Grant Harrison to, you know, drop my case?
Iris: Yeah, but what has this got to do with Frankie?
Lucas: Well, it seems as if this pressure triggered a series of events which ended up in the kidnapping.
Iris: You're responsible?
Lucas: Oh, Iris, I didn't think it was gonna -- that was going to happen.
Iris: Lucas, I -- I want you to tell me the whole story and I don't want you to leave anything out, right?
Iris: Oh, gosh.
Lucas: Oh, I'll get it, I'll get it.
Lucas: Yes? Ken Jordan.
Iris: All right, this story will just have to wait. Send him up, send him up.
Lucas: Send him up. What -- what is he doing here?
Iris: Cupid arranged it.
[Music starts playing]
Lucas: You are really going all out here, aren't you?
Lucas: To get Rachel.
Iris: Oh, darling, I'm not getting her. I want to help her. She needs a man in her life.
Lucas: How is it going?
Ken: Very well. Thank you. Especially since Iris has taken such an interest in my new project.
Iris: Oh, yes -- yes, I am.
Ken: That is why you invited me here tonight, right?
Iris: Of course, absolutely.
Ken: Good. Because I put together a 2-hour slide presentation that'll explain all about the history of the project.
Iris: How delightful.
Ken: Yeah. Now where should I put this?
Iris: I know exactly where I'd like to put it.
Frankie: I'm so sad.
Cass: No, Frankie.
Frankie: Oh, it was going to be such a beautiful wedding.
Cass: It is going to be. It is.
Frankie: Oh, everybody -- everybody must be so disappointed.
Cass: Not me. I'm on the top of the world. I don't want to see you sad.
Frankie: Why us, Cass? Why did it have to happen to us?
Cass: Look at it this way. The bad times are all behind us. I'm going to marry the woman I love -- tonight. And this is going be the most beautiful wedding any two people have ever had.
Cass: Yeah, beautiful.
Frankie: To Oscar the Grouch maybe.
Cass: Oh, ye of little faith.
Frankie: Cass, how are the two of us going to clean this whole place up?
Cass: Who said anything about the two of us?
Emma: What's everybody standing around for? Word has it there's supposed to be a wedding here.
Bridget: Hudson residence.
Ryan: Hi. I'm looking for Vicky.
Bridget: Oh, well, Miss Hudson is not here at the moment. I could give her a message, though, if you like. Could I -- could you please tell me who's calling?
Ryan: I'm responding to an ad, actually. Look, just tell her I'm the gentleman that V.H. is looking for.
Bridget: Oh, that's wonderful. Oh my, you know she's very busy with her writing career right now. I would be awfully happy to leave a message if you just give me your number.
Ryan: Yeah, if she calls soon. I'm at a pay phone. My number is...
Bridget: Wait a minute. I -- I have to get something to write it down. Just a minute. Um, oh, dear. Now I've got this -- well, oh. Yes, here we are.
Ryan: It's 555-8690.
Bridget: Oh, well, I'll be sure to give it to her the minute she gets back.
Ryan: I'm not going to be here for long, but she can try.
Bridget: Oh, I'm sure she will.
Vicky: What I like -- hustle and bustle at campaign headquarters.
Vicky: [Whistles] I knew it. I knew there was something. Why wasn't this in the press? Too bad.
Man's voice: You have reached Grant Harrison's campaign headquarters. Please leave a message at the tone.
Ryan: Hey, Grant, it's me. I suggest you call up your local precinct as soon as you get this message. Faithful old Ted has just been arrested for embezzling your campaign funds. And kidnapping.
Ken: Now, this first slide is Lake Michigan.
Iris: The Lake Michigan?
Iris: The one I can see from the terrace?
Ken: The very same. Now here's the general vicinity of the expedition site.
Iris: In the middle of the lake?
Ken: Yes, it's only 250 feet deep there, which is what makes this whole project feasible.
Lucas: So you're searching for some kind of treasure there, I take it.
Ken: That's exactly what we're searching for. There's gold loaded into the hull of an old oar boat. All we have to do is locate the exact location of the wreck, send down a diving team, and bring it up. Rachel.
Frankie: So I'm hunkered down in that catering van like this. I've got wedding cake all over my face, a frying pan in my hand. The guy goes wang. Does he pass out? No. He goes, "duh."
Cass: It's a great story, but it's going to have to keep. We've got things to do.
Josie: Wait a second, guys.
Emma: Come on, come on. Cass is right. We have to clear out all this old --
Cass: Did she just say, "Cass is right"? Did I hear --
Frankie: I - I -- we must be imagining things.
Felicia: Hey, what's everybody laughing about? Sounds like you're having a good time in here.
Emma: Oh, we're working here.
Felicia: You are. Well, listen, can somebody help Matt with the things in the car? All right?
Josie: Oh, I'll help him.
Felicia: Ok, and I -- I have to put more stuff in the fridge.
Stacey: The fridge is full.
Stacey: Like, could we shift some stuff around?
Reuben: Yeah, I'm like a first-class shifter. Here you go.
Felicia: Are you?
Frankie: Mama, what can I do to help?
Reuben: I'll meet you there.
Emma: Just stay right where you are so I can see you all the time.
Frankie: Were you worried?
Emma: Oh, you bet I was. Those poor kidnappers didn't know what they were getting into with you.
Felicia: She doesn't want you to know how worried she was.
Frankie: I know.
Felicia: I was, too.
Frankie: Were you?
Felicia: Yes. Oh.
Frankie: Oh, I know I'm sorry.
Felicia: It's ok. Take a nice shower.
Felicia: Where's the groom anyway?
Cass: Right here. Listen, thanks for getting everything together.
Felicia: Oh, honey, are you kidding? I haven't had this much fun in about a day.
Felicia: You ok?
Cass: Come here. I gotta talk to you for a moment.
Emma: Mary Frances?
Emma: Are you all right? I mean nothing bad happened, huh?
Frankie: I'm fine, mama.
Emma: I wanted to ask you before, but well, you know how I am.
Frankie: Yeah, I know how you are. Love you, mama.
Emma: Oh, oh, Mary Frances.
Emma: Sharlene doesn't know about all this. I haven't told her.
Frankie: I'm glad.
Emma: But she's home now.
Frankie: Is she really?
Emma: Yeah, and she's getting so much better.
Frankie: Oh, I -- I'll have to call her as soon as I can.
Emma: Do. It'd be good.
Stacey: Hey, Emma. Could you give me a hand with some of the food, please?
Emma: Coming, I'm coming.
Emma: Well, just don't touch anything.
Matt: All right. What do we do with this now?
Josie: Well, I guess we probably should unpack it.
Matt: Good thinking.
Frankie: Oh, wait -- wait a minute here.
Matt: Why? What's wrong?
Frankie: I just looked at my dress -- what's left of it. My used-to-be beautiful wedding dress. What am I going to do?
Matt: You look fine.
Frankie: I look like I was kidnapped. I can't get married like this.
Josie: Ok, Frankie, just calm down. We'll -- we'll figure out something, ok?
Frankie: Where? How? What?
Josie: We'll come up with something, ok?
Frankie: Let's go.
Josie: All right.
Frankie: Hey, look, I -- I heard that Sharlene is doing much better.
Josie: Yeah, she's home. And we're trying to get to know each other again.
Frankie: Oh, that's great, Jos. Uh, you know what?
Frankie: All of a sudden I have this sneaking suspicion that everything's going to be ok.
Cass: Everything is.
Felicia: I mean, what could go wrong? Nothing. Nothing.
Cass: Mary Frances.
Frankie: What happened?
Cass: Something else went wrong, Mary Frances.
Frankie: Oh, boy.
Felicia: Is everybody ok?
Cass: Oh, yeah. This place probably still has its original wiring installed by Thomas Alva Edison.
Frankie: Don't you dare say anything against our beautiful house.
Cass: Hey, I love our beautiful house as much as you. But you have to admit, it does have its eccentricities.
Felicia: Yeah that's true, it does.
Reuben: I'm all right. Yo, Cass.
Cass: Yo, Reuben.
Reuben: I found the fuse box.
Cass: We blew a fuse, right?
Reuben: No, you blew the whole box.
Felicia: It's all right. Nobody worry. I think it's a lot more romantic by candlelight.
Frankie: Now where did you happen to get all of these candles?
Felicia: Oh, I got them at Tops. I brought everything from Tops.
Frankie: You are so brilliant.
Felicia: I am. I know that. Scary, isn't it?
[Knock at door]
Josie: Oh, I'll get it, you guys.
Cass: Thanks, Josie.
Josie: Hi, can I help you?
Man: I don't know. Is Reuben Lawrence here?
Reuben: Ho, what's up, guys?
Man: Reuben! What's up, man? Here's the guys.
Reuben: What's going on?
Man: What's up, man?
Reuben: What's up?
Man: Look, man. We were coming up the driveway, and the lights went out in here.
Reuben: Oh, I did that on purpose, man. So you guys can have the, like, right atmosphere, you know, to sing.
Man: All right, all right. Listen, let us know when.
Reuben: You got it, you got it. Pretty soon.
Cass: So, hey, what's going on?
Frankie: Hi, guys.
Reuben: Cass, I got a group to sing at your wedding, man.
Frankie: Great. Oh, that's brilliant.
Singer: You ready? Take it, Billy.
Singer: Go, Frankie
Second singer: Go, Frankie
Singer: Here comes the bride you know what I mean
Second singer: Dressed in white a sight to be seen
Cass: Oh, listen, guys, cut. Hold it. Excuse me.
Singer: What's up? What's up?
Cass: Well, nothing. I mean, it's great. I love it. Frankie really loves it. But she and I aren't going to get married to a rap beat.
Reuben: Oh, they can do other stuff, man.
Frankie: Oh, yeah, really, really I love it. But I -- I think maybe you should come up with something a little bit more, you know, ceremonial.
Reuben: They've got different stuff. Go ahead. Go ahead.
Singer: Give us a minute. We'll come up with something.
Frankie: I know you will.
Reuben: All right. You got it, boyyy! Ha ha.
Frankie: Oh, boy, that was great.
Felicia: While the guys are getting their act together, I think we need to work on ours. Cass, Frankie.
Felicia: You go take a shower. Especially you.
Cass: Let's hope the plumbing holds up.
Felicia: Yeah, all right. Reuben, Matt.
Felicia: Why don't you please go back to Tops? Get as many candles as left and bring them here.
Reuben: You got it.
Matt: Yes, ma'am.
Felicia: All right, now. Emma, Stacey, and I will try and get this all cleaned up and get ready. And we're back here in one hour.
Frankie: One hour?
Cass: One hour. Synchronized. Ok.
Felicia: All right? Let's go, everybody.
Cass: Oh, the minister. What about the minister?
Felicia: Oh, no.
Cass: You forgot the minister?
Felicia: It's ok -- it's ok. I -- I'll go call him right now.
Cass: Oh, no.
Frankie: Oh, no.
Cass: The minister was going on vacation right after marrying us.
Felicia: Oh, no.
Frankie: To Scotland.
Cass: For two weeks.
Frankie and Cass: Oh, no.
Frankie: We are never going to be able to find anybody this late.
Stacey: Wait a second. I will.
Stacey: It doesn't have to be a minister, right? It could be a ship's captain. He can marry people, right?
Stacey: He can marry you.
Cass: I don't care if it's a notary public. Just get someone, all right?
Stacey: All right. Don't worry.
Felicia: Please, Stacey, thank you.
Cass: Who's worried?
Frankie: Not me.
Iris: Rachel, come in.
Rachel: I didn't realize you were here.
Ken: Neither did I. I mean realize you were going to be here.
Iris: Ken was just telling us the most interesting story about his expedition.
Ken: Ah, I was boring them to death with it.
Iris: No, you weren't. It was fascinating, absolutely fascinating.
Lucas: Rachel, you look well.
Rachel: Thank you, Lucas.
Ken: Yes, you do.
Iris: Well, there's an excellent opportunity for "Brava" right here, Rachel.
Iris: Here. With ken. I was thinking we could do a whole -- a whole series of articles about his expedition. It'd be marvelous -- absolutely marvelous.
Rachel: A series of articles?
Iris: Yes. And this is the perfect time to discuss it. My goodness, while we're all here together, ah.
Rachel: I see.
Iris: Lucas, do you smell something? Something's burning. Excuse us. Rachel. Look after Rachel.
Rachel: Did you know about this?
Rachel: So Iris is interested in your expedition?
Ken: You think I set this up so I could see you?
Rachel: I didn't say that. I asked you --
Ken: If I wanted to see you, I'd pick up a telephone and call you.
Rachel: Yes, I know that.
Ken: And you could do the same thing.
Rachel: Well, I didn't, did I?
Ken: No, it would've given me a perfect opportunity to say a polite "no, thank you."
Rachel: Iris. Your phone is ringing. Iris!
Ken: She can't hear you.
Rachel: Obviously she can't hear me.
Ken: So, answer it.
Rachel: Yes, I'm going to answer it. Hello? Matthew? They have? Well, is Frankie all right? Tonight? Well, of course I can be there. Oh -- ok -- ok, yeah, yeah, I can do that.
Iris: Smells heavenly and will taste half as good.
Rachel: I -- I'll be right there. Fine, ok. I'm afraid I'm going to have to break this up.
Rachel: Frankie and Cass are being married tonight. They want me there. Iris, do you need these flowers? I'm supposed to bring Frankie a bouquet. Thanks ever so much. I'll see you all.
Iris: Take the vase.
Rachel: Don't need it. Thanks.
Vicky: Bridget, it's me! Yes, look, wait --
Bridget: Oh, dear.
Vicky: You see what I have --
Bridget: But I have something to tell you, darling.
Vicky: Oh, no this is such great news. Sit down and look. Look. This --
Bridget: Wait --
Vicky: Is the scoop of a lifetime.
Bridget: It's very important.
Vicky: What? Well, say it.
Bridget: He -- he called.
Vicky: Who called?
Bridget: The man.
Vicky: What man?
Bridget: The man on the horse.
Vicky: You're kidding.
Bridget: No, I'm not. He called just as soon as you went out the door.
Vicky: Well, why didn't you say anything to me?
Bridget: Well, I didn't have a chance. I tried to tell you.
Vicky: Bridget, what did he say? Did he leave a message? Did he leave his phone number? Did he say anything to --
Bridget: Yes, he left his phone number. Where did I put it? I put it in -- now let me, let go, let go. Now you're going to rip it if you're not careful. Here it comes.
Vicky: Bridget, would you --
Bridget: Wait a minute.
Bridget: Now he said he was very busy.
Bridget: And he wasn't going to be there very long.
Vicky: Sounds like him.
Bridget: What are you doing there? Aren't you going to call him?
Vicky: In a minute. I have something very important here to look over, and I'm going to look over some notes. Then we'll call and see if he's there.
Ryan: Reporting as ordered, Captain.
Captain: Let's talk, Ryan.
Ryan: Any particular subject?
Captain: You. I want one good reason why you shouldn't be arrested for kidnapping and sent to prison for 20 years.
Cass: I was fine -- you know. I was really fine.
Cass: No butterflies.
Cass: Rock steady hands.
Cass: As soon as I got in these clothes, you know what happened?
Cass: Whammo! Whammo! Galloping jitters.
Felicia: Oh, honey, honey. You got to try and be calm.
Cass: Inside I'm calm. It's the external me that's having a little difficulty, you know?
Felicia: Well, now I know Stacey is going to get a minister. It's all right. It's all right.
Reuben: Yo, Cass.
Cass: Hey, Reuben.
Reuben: The guys working on a song. I think you're going to like it, man.
Cass: I didn't mean to insult them. They understand that?
Reuben: Oh yeah, they understood. Don't worry about it. They came up with something nice and funky.
Cass: How funky, Reuben?
Reuben: I promise you. You're going to like it.
Cass: Oh, good.
Josie: I wish you'd let me finish this upstairs. It's -- it's bad luck for the bride to see the groom before the wedding.
Frankie: That's what everyone said the last time, and I was kidnapped. This time, he stays in my sight lines at all times.
Josie: Good point.
Frankie: Are we almost finished here?
Josie: You just hold still, please.
Frankie: For what?
Josie: You'll see. This is my masterpiece.
Josie: Ok, you look beautiful.
Frankie: I would settle for cool and serene. Sort of like Frederick and Juliet in the photo from their wedding.
Frankie: Oh, I hope they're going to be with us tonight.
Josie: With us?
Frankie: Yeah. Lend a happy spirit to the occasion.
Matt: Hey, I picked up some champagne and cake from Tops. It's perfect.
Cass: We have a long way to go before we get to the champagne and cake, believe me.
Matt: It's going to happen. Don't worry.
Cass: From your mouth to some minister's ears.
Stacey: Did I hear somebody say minister?
Reuben: Hey, yeah you did. All right! Is this --
Stacey: I would like to introduce Captain Barnes. His ship just docked.
Cass: How do you do, sir?
Stacey: He's a former client of mine.
Captain Barnes: Ah, very unusual.
Cass: You don't know the half of it.
Captain Barnes: Problem with the electricity?
Cass: Yeah. There is none.
Captain Barnes: I don't mind. It's romantic.
Cass: Listen, this is my bride and she and I have a certificate of marriage that's still valid. And we have a lot of love. We just need someone to perform the ceremony.
Captain Barnes: I'd be honored to perform the ceremony.
Cass: Thank you.
Frankie: Oh, it's going to happen. It's really going to happen. Oh.
Felicia: Thank you so much.
Iris: Well, I -- I don't know why you're so angry with me, Ken.
Ken: Think about it, Iris.
Iris: I liked your ideas.
Ken: Yeah. But you didn't invite me over here to listen to them.
Iris: But I thought your presentation was excellent and fascinating.
Ken: Can it, Iris. I don't appreciate being used.
Iris: Oh, I would never.
Ken: Sure you would. Do yourself a favor. Don't ever try it again.
Iris: Peculiar man. I don't like him a bit.
Lucas: Come on, Iris. Don't blame him. You're playing games with him. No wonder he was angry.
Iris: Talk about playing games. I think -- I think our Mr. Jordan is a past master at it.
Lucas: What do you mean?
Iris: Takes one to know one.
Ryan: You need me?
Captain: Need you? You disobeyed orders, participated in the kidnapping of an innocent person. What the hell do I need you for?
Ryan: Come on, captain. If I had aborted that mission when you ordered me to, we never would have nailed Ted. Months of undercover work would've been wasted.
Captain: That's not the point.
Ryan: That is the point. Look, I have enough evidence here to incriminate this guy for fraud, grand larceny, kidnapping, attempted murder.
Captain: And I have enough evidence against you to make sure you never show your face around here again.
Ryan: Oh, come on. This doesn't make sense.
Captain: You've been trouble since the day you joined the force and it hasn't changed.
Captain: You better face the music, my friend. You cannot break laws, disobey a superior, endanger civilian lives, and expect to keep your badge.
Ryan: Oh, I guess not. And you come out smelling like a rose, covered in glory for this operation, while I take the fall as usual.
Captain: There will be a review of your actions. Until then, you are grounded.
Ryan: Damn it, captain, that's --
Ryan: Hello? Hello?! Is anybody there?
Vicky: You don't sound like my hero.
Vicky: I'm sorry. I must have dialed the wrong number.
Ryan: No, no wait. Don't -- don't hang up.
Vicky: Well, you just sounded awfully angry before.
Ryan: I was. But now I'm not. Look, I'm the man you want. I mean I'm the man on the horse.
Vicky: Oh, how am I to be sure?
Ryan: Well, you can't be, I guess.
Vicky: No, but I am.
Vicky: Good. Yes.
Ryan: So, you are Vicky.
Vicky: How did you know my name?
Ryan: Well, I've been asking around.
Vicky: Oh, really? I -- well -- I'm flattered.
Ryan: I was surprised to see your ad in the paper.
Vicky: Yes, well, I put the ad in the paper because I just wanted to -- I -- I wanted to apologize for being so rude to you the other day at the stables.
Ryan: Well, you were rude, yes.
Vicky: I was. Well, I just wanted to say thank you for saving my life.
Ryan: It was my pleasure.
Vicky: Yes, you were -- you were very kind.
Ryan: Yeah, so was this whole phone call about just calling me up and saying thank you?
Vicky: No, no, I also wanted to ask you for a drink tonight. Are you free tonight?
Ryan: Oh, no. I'm -- I'm kind of tied up right now.
Vicky: Oh. Well, what about tomorrow?
Ryan: Well, my schedule's kind of up in the air right now.
Vicky: Oh, really, ok. Well, then I -- I guess I'll just leave you to your business, whatever that may be.
Ryan: Right. Well, see you around.
Vicky: See you around, really. Maybe at the stables.
Ryan: Maybe you ought to stay away from the stables until you learn how to ride.
Vicky: Oh, honey, I'm a quick study.
Ryan: Good. Then I'll see you soon.
Vicky: You got it. He'll see me soon. Ah! This is great.
Rachel: Frankie, what are you doing out here?
Frankie: Hi -- oh, waiting for my entrance.
Rachel: Oh, well, you can't do that without these.
Frankie: Oh, oh, Rachel, they are so beautiful. Thank you so much. Everybody's been so great.
Rachel: Oh, where's your groom?
Frankie: He's where I can see him but he can't see me.
Rachel: Oh, wait till he sees you. You look so lovely after everything you've been through.
Cass: Ok, everybody. A couple of minutes, we'll be all set.
Rachel: There he is.
Frankie: A couple of minutes.
Rachel: Ok, I got to go and keep him occupied until you're ready, ok?
Frankie: Ok, thank you.
Rachel: Hi, guys. Hey, you look great. Hi!
Emma: Hi, Rachel.
Rachel: How are you doing?
Emma: All right, all right. I think all right.
Rachel: Hi, honey.
Matt: Lights went out.
Rachel: Oh, yeah?
Rachel: Hey, there's the guy who looks like he's ready to say, "I do."
Cass: Yeah, Matt told me you were going to make it. I'm so glad to see you.
Rachel: Yeah, well.
Cass: It looks like we're going to do it.
Rachel: Of course you're going to do it. It's going to be just great. And I've got this boutonniere for you and everything.
Cass: Oh, look what you got. Thoughtful of you.
Rachel: Yeah. Took it from Iris' house. Don't think she was too pleased. There you go.
Cass: Here we go.
Rachel: She's waiting. Good luck.
Ken: Rachel. Rachel.
Rachel: What are you doing here?
Ken: I was invited, too, remember?
Ken: Can I talk to you for just a second?
Rachel: I think we've said enough.
Ken: Listen, I'm sorry I yelled at you before. But Iris set us both up.
Rachel: I know exactly what Iris was doing. She thinks that if I get involved with you, I'll forget all about Cory Enterprises.
Ken: Oh. Well then she doesn't know you very well, does she?
Rachel: She doesn't choose to.
Ken: Well, I -- I guess I'll be going.
Rachel: All right.
Ken: Good night.
Rachel: Why don't you stay?
Ken: I don't think I feel comfortable.
Felicia: Ken, Rachel, hi. Oh, I'm so glad you could make it.
Ken: I should be --
Felicia: Listen, we're going to start. You do me a favor, would you? Stand over there. Rachel, stand with Ken.
Rachel: I --
Felicia: Get in your place.
Ken: Are you sure, Felicia? I'm not really dressed.
Felicia: Captain, come on. Ok, right over there. Oh, you all look great. Guys, you're ready? Is everybody ready to start?
Singer: Make of our hands one hand; make of our hearts one heart; make of our vows one last vow only God could part us now, Make of our lives one life day after day one life, Now it begins now we start, One hand, One heart, Only god could part us now, Make of our lives one life day after day one life, Now it begins now we start one hand one heart only god could part us now, One hand, One hand, One heart, One heart, One heart now
Captain Barnes: Dearly beloved, we are gathered here tonight --
Cass: Excuse me, sir. Before you start the service, there's something I'd like to say.
Captain Barnes: Very well.
Cass: Thank you.
Cass: Oh, Mary Frances. We've gone through a lot to get to this place. At this time, I doubt if anyone has ever gone through more. But through all the fear and loneliness we've experienced over the last 48 hours, I felt more strongly than ever the power of our love. Reaching out. Keeping us going. And bringing us back together again. I just want you to know one thing. There is no doubt in my mind -- not a shred -- that we were destined to be together. Now and for the rest of our lives.
Captain Barnes: You want to say something?
Frankie: Definitely. I never thought this moment would come in my life. I have had faith in a lot of things. That all living things are interconnected. That there is a higher spirit at work in the universe. And that the power of love can move mountains. But I never believed in myself until I met you. And because of you, love is no longer an abstraction. It is as real as your face. Your touch. And it fills my life, and it always will. From this moment on.
Captain Barnes: We're gathered together in the presence of God to join this man and this woman in holy matrimony.
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