Days of Our Lives Transcript Tuesday 12/4/01
Belle: Okay, so we'll get our snack and then start homework.
Belle: Chloe, you've barely said one word to me since we left school. Are you sure you're not mad at me?
Chloe: Not at all. Belle, Iím not mad at you.
Belle: I know things didn't go very well with Philip.
Chloe: I told you, I'm fine. Philip is out of my life forever. Is anybody else here?
Belle: Anybody as in Brady? I don't know. Anyone home?
Brady: [Singing opera]
Brady: Oh, my God. Chloe, you've got me singing opera now.
[Sings opera] Ha ha.
Belle: Brady? Dad, Mom, hello. Anyone home? Guess not. It's just us. Chloe, Iím really worried about you.
Chloe: I told you, I'm fine.
Belle: Yeah, your famous last words.
Chloe: I mean it. Look, I hate the word "closure," but that's what I have now. I can move on.
Belle: What did Philip say to you?
Chloe: "I am so sorry. Would you please forgive me?" His usual song and dance.
Chloe: Yeah, but I've heard it all before.
Belle: Chloe, don't you think it's different this time?
Chloe: Same book, different cover.
Belle: I don't mean to make you feel worse, but it's not like Philip called you ghoul girl and ruined your night. He betrayed you with another girl.
[Knock on door]
Philip: Hey, dad.
Victor: Hello, Philip. What a surprise. Come on in.
Philip: Is this a bad time?
Victor: No. For you, never.
Philip: I just, uh... Wanted to talk to you for a minute.
Victor: About what?
Philip: My life is over. It's finished.
Sami: Mom, you were so right.
Marlena: I'm always right.
Sami: That's true, but this time, I actually was smart enough to listen to you, and I took your advice.
Marlena: No pressure on Austin?
Sami: I'm going to let him surprise me in his own time.
Sami: But I am sure it's going to be soon. In fact, I might even be wearing an engagement ring the next time you see me.
Sami: Well, Austin is cooking up something very special for our date tonight.
Marlena: Sounds intriguing. What do you think he has in mind?
Sami: Well, I don't know. Maybe a drive by the lake or watching the sun set and then a dinner at Tuscany by candlelight with music and champagne, and the best part, of course, a marriage proposal. I mean, it all fits, doesn't it?
Marlena: Oh, honey, this could be your lucky night.
Sami: I'm so excited, Mom. Hey, where are you, anyway?
Marlena: In the car. I pulled over when you called. Actually, I was out shopping to get a hostess gift for Lexie for tonight. I realized that John and I had never gotten them a gift when they moved into the house.
Sami: That's really sw--
Sami: Oh, Mom, he's here. All right, Iíll keep you posted. I love you. Bye. Okay, I bet Austin looks so handsome. I hope this dress is fancy enough. Hi, ha--
Austin: [Yawns] Ooh, hi.
Austin: Something wrong?
Sami: Well, kind of. Austin, look at you.
Austin: Oh, yeah, yeah. I'm looking a little grungy, but wow, Sami. I mean, you look great. Nice outfit.
Sami: Well, thanks. I got all dressed up because I thought we had special plans for tonight.
Austin: Yeah. Well, I mean, you know, Nicole let me out of work early today, and I went and played some hoops. It was a pretty tough pickup game, and it wore me out, so I came home, and I just fell down on the couch, and I just woke up, and I thought I'd come and, you know, check in with you.
Sami: Oh. Well, then, why don't you shower and put on something hot and we'll go?
Austin: I don't know. I mean... Couldn't we just stay here tonight?
Sami: What are you saying?
Austin: Well, I'm really beat. I really don't feel like cleaning up and going out, you know? I just thought maybe we'd watch some TV.
Sami: Austin, I don't get it. I mean, I thought you said that -- that you had made special plans for us for tonight.
Austin: You know, I got a great idea. Okay, why don't we order in some pizza, you know, make some popcorn, watch one of Will's videos with him, like a family, you know? How's that for special?
Marlena: Sami's life is finally working out. Oh, that makes me so happy. Wish I could say the same for Belle. Belle, what's going on with you? Tell me I'm wrong. You two were not in that closet?
Shawn-D: It's not Belle's fault.
Belle: And it's not what you're thinking. I know Sami got regnant at a really young age, but that is not my fault, and it's not going to happen to me.
Marlena: I hope not.
Belle: Oh, Mom!
Marlena: Belle... You said you feel that you're ready to have sex. What about Shawn? We all know that boys don't mature as quickly as girls do, especially emotionally.
Belle: Mom, he is not a boy. You don't know what happened on that island.. If it wasn't for Shawn, I wouldn't be standing here giving you the opportunity to freak out.
Marlena: I am not freaking out, Belle.
Belle: Oh, then you don't mind if I leave.
Marlena: Please don't let me make the same mistakes I made with Sami.
Belle: Chloe, you are not being real with me. When I was with you on the island and you thought Philip was dead, you were hysterically sobbing. Now you're telling me you don't care about him at all. I don't buy it. When he was in the hospital and you were praying over him, you couldn't stop crying.
Chloe: Belle, that was a matter of life and death. This is just about another girl.
Belle: So you're telling me that Philip being with Cynthia doesn't get to you at all.
Chloe: You know, what gets to me is the fact that Philip didn't believe in me, that he thought that I would expose my naked body - on the internet for the entire world. I mean, this whole stupid thing with Cynthia is just a typical immature reaction to being rejected, and I was a fool to think that Philip would be different from other guys.
Belle: How can you be so casual about this? I haven't been dating Shawn that long, but if he was to so much look at another girl, I would lose my mind.
Chloe: It's different, Belle. You and Shawn are together. Philip and I were broken up, remember?
Belle: I know, but Philip told me he wanted to get back together with you a million times. So why would he go and do something so stupid to ruin any chance of that?
Chloe: Wake up and smell the coffee, Belle. Just -- welcome to the real world.
Belle: That is so cynical. Not all guys are like that. I know Shawn would never hurt me the way Philip hurt you.
Chloe: I told you, I am not that hurt. I could care less what that jerk does.
Victor: Philip, your life is hardly over. If ever a young man had a rosy future --
Philip: No, I should have known you wouldn't get it. Why did I even come here?
Victor: Wait. I'm sorry. Look, come on back here and sit down.
Philip: Why? What's the point?
Victor: The point is that I want to help you. I've helped you in the past, haven't I? Who was it who gave you the idea to serenade Chloe under the window with a guitar, huh?
Philip: It was yours.
Victor: Ah. Worked, too, didn't it? I rest my case. Now come on. Sit down. Maybe I can help you again. I'm sorry I was glib before. I obviously underestimated the seriousness of the situation. I mean, the last time your life was over, you had fouled out of a basketball game. Obviously, we're dealing with a much weightier problem here. So how can we help? What is it that's got you so depressed?
Philip: I've said it before and I'll say it again -- it's you and Mom. I need you guys to get back together. I need my family back.
Austin: I mean, yeah, we can stay here and watch something like a family adventure.
Sami: How exciting.
Austin: You don't like the idea.
Sami: It's not that. I just thought that we were going to go out -- you and me, on a date.
Austin: Come on, Sami, it'll be fun. Just you and me and Will, you know, here tonight. Where is Will, by the way? Hey, Will!
Will: Uncle Austin!
Austin: Yo, there he is. What's up, slick? How you doing, man? All right, hey, you want to watch a movie with me and your mom tonight?
Austin: Yeah? We can stretch out here on the couch and get really cozy and eat lots of popcorn.
Will: Can we, Mommy?
Austin: Can we?
Sami: Of course we can. Hey, maybe after the movie, Austin, we could go out. You know, you asked me to get a sitter, so, uh... Nadine is coming, and she's excited to see you, Will.
Will: I don't want Nadine. I want to stay here with you.
Will : Please?
Austin: You know, I think he's right. I really do. I think we should stay here tonight.
Sami: But I got all dressed up.
Austin: You know, I'm really glad, too, because you look so awesome. You know, we could pretend like we're going out, right? Right?
Sami: I'm not going to pretend. That's -- that's ridiculous. I'll -- if you guys are going to look grungy, then I might as well, too. I mean, at least then, I'll be comfortable.
Austin: I think that's a good idea.
Austin: What's up, dude? Mr. Dude. How are you doing?
Sami: So much for the big proposal.
Philip: Dad, you know how much this means to me.
Victor: Yes, I do know, Philip. And while I appreciate how you feel, I don't appreciate the pressure. There are reasons your mother and I aren't together.
Philip: I know the drill, dad. I've heard all the reasons. You totally reject how I feel about this and then launch into your clichť answers. [Imitating Victor] "well, son, your mother and I have grown apart. She's broken the bonds of trust and fidelity that we had, and I can't forgive her." Well, you've broken the bonds, too, dad, and I know it.
Victor: Did your mother put you up to this?
Philip: No. And why do you always think the worst of her? Sure she's made some mistakes, but everybody makes mistakes. You've got to forgive her, dad, so we can be a family again. I mean, isn't that the most important thing?
Victor: Philip, of course family's important, but if two people can't get along -- I mean, if they don't support each other --
Philip: Stop making excuses.
Victor: Look, this need that you've got for your mother and me to be together again -- it's got something to do with something going on in your life. And once you've realized that it's not the answer to whatever your problem is...
Philip: It is the answer, though, dad, because I want things back the way they were before.
Victor: Your mother and I are both in your life.
Philip: Not under the same roof.
Victor: No, and you're going to have to adjust to that. Lots of kids do, and they're none the worse for it.
Philip: We're not talking about a lot of kids here. We're talking about me.
Victor: I'm sorry. A reconciliation is out of the question right now.
Philip: Do you love me?
Victor: Oh, what kind of a question is that, Philip?
Philip: Answer the question.
Victor: Of course I love you.
Philip: Then prove it. Patch things up with Mom.
Chloe: Come on. Let's just forget about this and go up to your room and listen to some music.
Belle: That's what you want to do? Are you sure?
Chloe: Yeah, definitely. And how about something totally shallow and escapist like trying on lipstick? God, I need new shades.
Brady: Whoo. Whoo. Where the hell are the towels? It's laundry day. In the laundry room. Here we go.
Belle: Well, I am glad about one thing.
Chloe: What's that?
Belle: That this whole nightmare with Philip didn't take you back to your all-black, no makeup look.
Chloe: Ooh, that's history. Trust me. Don't worry about me. I am ready to face anything.
Austin: Wow. This is really neat. Look at that. How'd you do that? There she is -- finally, looking nice and cozy. Hey, let's go get some snacks and start that movie.
Austin: Boy, we better do this before I fade, because I am out of it, man.
Sami: Well, Austin, if you're so out of it, maybe you should just go back to your place and take a nap.
Austin: No way. I have to be with you guys. Lots of important stuff happening.
Sami: Really? Like what?
Austin: Oh, hey, Will, go get the popcorn out, okay?
Austin: You know, I've been thinking about some things, and --
Austin: I've got a question I want to ask you.
Sami: Shoot. Ask away.
Austin: Yeah. It's about this.
Sami: What's that?
Austin: It's a baseball card.
Sami: You're kidding. You have something important to ask me about a baseball card? This is some sort of sick joke, isn't it, Austin?
Philip: You really don't give a damn about how I feel about this, do you?
Victor: Philip, I'm sorry if I seem to dismiss your feelings. Maybe I was too caught up in my own feelings to think about you. A father wants to always be there for his son.
Philip: I'm begging you, dad, get back together with Mom. If you really want to be there for me, if you want me to be happy, that's the only way.
Victor: Philip --
Philip: I need my parents together.
Belle: Brady, what is your problem?
Brady: I was getting out of the shower, and there were no towels, and it's laundry day, so, uh... I didn't -- I didn't think anybody was home.
Chloe: Here, uh... Maybe this will help - cover your behind.
Chloe: Uh, nice seeing you, Brady.
Brady: Yes, and, Chloe, don't you go anywhere. I -- I want to talk to you.
Marlena: What in the world is going on here?
Belle and Chloe: [Laughing]
We will return for the second half of "Days of Our Lives" in just a moment.
Sami: You want to ask me something about a dumb baseball card?
Austin: This is not dumb, okay? This is important to Will's future.
Sami: How is it important to Will's future? It's not even a pack. It doesn't even have gum.
Austin: Okay, this is not an ordinary card. This is Mickey Mantle's rookie year card in mint condition.
Sami: Oh. How is that important to Will's future?
Austin: Because one day, he's going to go to college, and this is going to help with his tuition.
Sami: Like an investment?
Austin: Exactly. Plus, I think it's really cool, don't you? I mean, I always wanted to collect baseball cards when I was younger, and this way, I get to live vicariously. You know, I want him to have everything I didn't have.
Sami: Thatís really sweet, Austin.
Austin: It's how I feel.
Sami: I'm glad you do. So you had something to ask me?
Austin: Yeah, well, actually, it's not a question for you. It's a question for Will.
Brady: Okay, I'm back, and I'm decent now. So if you don't mind, I'd like a few moments with Chloe alone so I can talk to her.
Chloe: What about?
Brady: Belle, Marlena, if you don't mind...
Belle: Mom, shall we?
Chloe: So what's up?
Brady: I want to talk to you about Philip. He really hurt you this time, didn't he?
Philip: You know, dad, I watched Mom all those years you were in the nursing home, when you couldn't move or couldnít' speak. Yeah, she stood by you. You know, she was always there for you. She never let you down.
Victor: No, she didnít.
Philip: Well, then why can't you focus on the positive like you're always telling me to do? Why can't you treat Mom right? Especially after she stood by you all that time. I mean, my God, I remember when you came home from the hospital, and I thought every-- I was sure everything was going to be perfect. But for some reason, it was like you didn't even want Mom around. You treated her like she didn't belong with us, dad, and I never understood that. You were mean, and you were cold, and -- And you hurt her, and that hurt me.
Victor: Look, I know I was disagreeable during that time -- more than that, I was very angry, and I took a lot of it out on your mother. I admit that. But there was a reason..
Philip: What reason?
Victor: Well, I guess now that Iím talking to a man and not a little boy, I can tell you. When I came home from the hospital, I had recovered, but not completely. The stroke had left me impotent.
Philip: My God. Impotent. But you're okay now, right?
Victor: Yes, yes, Iím fine.
Philip: So that's why you pushed her away, why you were cold to her?
Victor: Yes, I suppose so. No, actually, I know that's why.
Philip: But she helped you over it, right? I mean, you said you're okay, so...
Victor: Look, Philip, I'm not comfortable discussing this with you, but I'm fine now.
Philip: So what's the problem, then?
Victor: The problem is your mother and I cannot be together, Philip, for a number of reasons, some of which you can't begin to understand. Philip, I want you to be honest with me. -
Philip: I am.
Victor: No, you're not. Something's going on with you, something you're not telling me about. Something very heavy, and it's got nothing to do with your mother and I being together or not being together. Now what is it, Philip?
Philip: Dad, I screwed up. I messed around with this other girl, and... Chloe found out, and I think I lost her forever.
Chloe: I don't want to talk about Philip.
Brady: Fine. What do you want to talk about?
Chloe: You. I keep thinking about how you fought off those guys who tried to hurt me. I honestly don't know what I would have done if you hadn't found me.
Brady: Chloe, look at me.
Chloe: You are a true friend, Bra -- a really great friend.
Brady: Chloe, look at me. Look at me. Now, be honest -- tell me what you're feeling. Tell me how Philip broke your heart.
Chloe: Why, Brady? Why did he do that to me?
Brady: Come here.
Marlena: Wow. Not often I get an invitation into the inner sanctum.
Belle: So what do you think?
Marlena: Oh! It's great. I love the color.
Belle: Thanks. I love your dress, too.
Belle: Going to this party with you is going to be so much fun.
Belle: Of course. I love being with you and dad. I'm really proud to be your daughter.
Marlena: Do you know how much it means to me to hear you say a thing like that?
Belle: Mom, the other night, I said there was something really important I needed to talk to you about, but then we both got kind of busy, so if you have a minute now...
Marlena: This is a very good time.
Belle: I know you've been really worried about me lately, and I can understand why. I've been kind of cold. You probably thought I was closing off from you, but I'm not. I mean, I don't want to, because I know you don't judge me, and you only want the best for me, but sometimes I feel that if I tell you too much about everything, I might revert to being a little girl. It's kind of confusing. Do you know? Of course you know. You're a shrink.
Marlena: You know, being a shrink doesn't mean that I always have a clear understanding of what my children go through, or of my own reactions to it. I-I get confused, too.
Belle: That's a relief. I don't want you to be left out of one of the most important things that's happening in my life. I value your opinions, and I would like to be able to talk to you about things.
Marlena: I can't tell you how relieved I am to hear you say that.
Belle: That's why I want to talk to you about my sex life.
Sami: So... You have a question for Will.
Austin: Yeah, a very important one. Hey, Will, come over here for a second.
Will: Let's make popcorn.
Austin: Okay. All right, champ. Um, first, I have a question I want to ask you, all right? Actually, it's two questions. All right, number one, do you know what this is?
Will: Sure. A baseball card.
Austin: Right. This is for you. This is yours.
Will: Cool, but where's the gum?
Austin: Ha ha. I can't get anything past you. Okay. Here you go. Um, second, as you know, you're my very best buddy in the world, right? And I would only ask this of my very best buddy, okay? You see, lately, I've been, um... I've been dating a woman who's very caring and very loving who happens to be your mommy, and I wanted to know if it was okay if I ask your mommy to get married.
Will: Marry him, Mommy. Marry him.
Austin: Will -- aah! Since it's okay with Will, I guess that means I have a question for you.
Victor: Philip, you're a young man. It's perfectly natural for you to be attracted to more than one girl.
Philip: Don't excuse it, dad.
Victor: Look, you're being very hard on yourself.
Philip: Because it was stupid. I've ruined whatever chance I might have had of getting back together with Chloe.
Victor: Maybe it's not in the cards for you two to be together. I mean, you've had some serious problems in the past.
Philip: I donít want to hear that. I mean, you know how much she cared about me. She was with you in the hospital when I was in that coma.
Victor: Yes, and her concern changed my opinion about her.
Philip: I only went out with this other girl trying to make Chloe jealous on the advice of this idiot Jason. Now I'll never get Chloe back. My family's not together, either. Everything's so screwed up.
Victor: You know, maybe I don't do this enough. Maybe I don't hug my son enough. You know, if I could wave a magic wand over everything and put our family back together again, I would do it. I swear, Philip, if there was anything that I could do to make things better, I would. I swear it.
Philip: Could you try, dad? I mean, for me. Try to get back together with Mom.
Chloe: He said I was the only girl that he ever wanted, but he lied. I thought he loved me, but I was wrong.
Brady: Well, listen to me. I haven't spoken to Philip, okay? I don't know what he's thinking,
or how he's feeling, but right now Iím concerned about you. I don't like this look in your eyes, Chloe.
Chloe: Just hold me, okay?
Brady: All right. I wish I could take your pain away, Chloe, but I canít. I have to be honest, you're going to be hurting for a long time. But eventually, you're going to get over this. You're going to be fine. You are a beautiful, talented girl - with a lot to look forward to.. And you got to move on. I mean, hey, you said you always wanted to concentrate on your singing, right? Well, now you can do so without any distractions.
Chloe: Hey, Brady, can I ell you something that I haven't been able to tell Belle or anyone?
Brady: Yeah. Yes, of course.
Chloe: I can't forget Philip. Even after this stupid and immature thing that he's done, even after he's hurt me so much, I can't stop thinking about him. I don't know why, Brady, but I still have feelings for him.
Marlena: Honey, are you trying to tell me that you and Shawn are sexually active?
Belle: No, Mom, we're not. In fact, I have never had sex, but someday I want to.
Marlena: I understand that.
Belle: So aren't you going to jump up and down and cheer? I know that's what you want.
Marlena: No. What I want is for you to be happy and safe and secure, and I-I want you to -- to grow into some feelings, not have them thrust on you before you're ready for them.
Belle: I understand that. But do you understand that I had to figure that out for myself? Actually, Shawn was the one that helped me figure it out. I guess I'm at that age where I'd rather listen to him than you.
Marlena: Oh, dear, I understand.
Belle: Okay, good. Mom, if you knew Shawn -- I mean, really knew him -- and saw the way he treats me, it's so amazing. He never pressures me or expects anything from me.
Marlena: I admire that.
Belle: Actually, I'm the one that pressures him.
Marlena: What do you mean?
Belle: The other night when we were in the car -- are you sure you want to talk about this? Do you really want to hear it?
Marlena: Well, I do. I do. I mean, if you feel -- if you feel comfortable talking about it.
Belle: Well, it was cold, and he was rubbing my hands to keep them warm. I felt so close to him, and when I looked in his eyes -- Mom, he has the most incredible eyes -- and the way they looked in that light... Don't worry. You have a face on that says you expect me to make some huge confession, and I'm not going to. Nothing happened. We just talked and kissed. But down in Puerto Rico was different. Things got really intense, and I told Shawn that I didn't want to stop.
Sami: Austin, why did you put me through this? You've been -- you've been tricking me this whole time. I mean, why didn't you just come right out and ask me?
Austin: Well, I mean I had to make sure it was okay with Will.
Sami: You knew it would be. Well?
Austin: Well what?
Sami: Ask me! Come on!
Austin: Well, it looks like I have company.
Sami: My two favorite men.
Austin: Let's see... Where did I put that?
Will: Let's see, where did I put that?
Austin: All right. Ahh...
Sami: Oh, Austin, it's the one that I wanted. It's the expensive one. You didn't have to do that.
Austin: Sami, will you marry me?
Brady: All right. I'm sorry. What did you just say?
Chloe: I know it doesn't make any sense, but do the emotions of the heart ever make sense? I can't stop thinking about Philip, and I can't help myself. And I sort of understand what happened with Cynthia -- I-I mean why it happened.
Brady: You understand?
Chloe: Yeah, she led him on and took advantage of him when he was most vulnerable, and I just kept rejecting him time after time. And he was using her to get back at me and... In a way, isn't that a compliment?
Brady: A compliment? Wha--
Chloe: Yeah, he was thinking of me. Always thinking of me. And I know how sorry he was. I know he regrets it as much as I do.
Brady: Will you just stop making excuses for him? I know Philip is family, but you know what? I'm just going to say this. He is no damn good for you. He is just going to keep hurting you over and over again. 'Cause you know why? He doesn't have a clue in hell who you really are, and he never will.
Chloe: You just don't understand.
Brady: Oh, really. And you're the one always telling me that I'm the only one who really understands you.
Chloe: I know you're disappointed in me, but I am not as strong as you think I am.
Brady: Chloe --
Chloe: You don't understand me. Nobody understands me but me. Look, I have to talk to him.
Brady: Are you crazy?
Chloe: I have to go. I have to see him.
Philip: Will you do that for me, dad? Will you try to patch things up with Mom?
Victor: I'll do this much for you. I'll, uh, I'll work on it.
Philip: Well, I guess that's something.
Victor: Philip, I would never let anything, business included, get in the way of my love for you. So if I promise you something, you can bet on it, okay?
Philip: That means a lot. I love you, dad.
Victor: I love you, too, son. Now, listen, Iím sorry about how things turned out with Chloe. I know how much you cared for her.
Philip: Thanks. I'm going to go. See ya.
Victor: Kate. We've got to talk.
Marlena: So what you're saying is you and Shawn almost had sex.
Belle: I wanted to, but he wouldnít. I was so upset because I thought he was rejecting me. I felt like I made this huge fool out of myself, and it hurt so much that I couldnít stand it. That put me in this frame of mind that I had to prove I was attractive enough for him, you know?
Marlena: And now?
Belle: Now, I realize he was just looking out for me. And for himself, too. He wanted to make sure we were both ready, ani knew he was right . When we were at lookout point looking down at the city, I was so glad we waited. Because if we hadn't, we would be missing all these feelings we're having for each other right now. Does that make sense?
Marlena: It makes perfect sense.
Belle: I feel so sure Shawn and I are going to be together forever. Someday, way down the line, I hope we have kids. Mom, Iím sorry Iíve been so difficult and that I have been pushing you away. I'm really glad we're talking again.
Marlena: So am I. You have no idea.
Belle: You'll always be my mom, but you'll always be my friend, too. And I really need that.
Marlena: So do I.
Belle: I love you, Mom.
Marlena: I love you, sweet girl, so much.
Austin: Will you be Mrs. Austin Reed?
Will: Say yes, Mommy.
Sami: Austin, I have been waiting for this moment almost all my life. And that's because Iíve loved you almost all my life. Even when times were terrible and I thought you'd never want me, I would always dream and hope that -- that one day this would happen. And now it has. Of course I'll marry you, Austin. I would like nothing better than to be Mrs. Austin Reed for the rest of my life.
Austin: Wow, that looks great, huh?
Sami: Thatís so beautiful.
Will: What about me?
Austin: Yeah, what's up? We're going to be a family! How about that, huh? Yeah! Give me five! Whoo! Okay, well, uh, get dressed.
Austin: Well, I mean, you don't want to go out in sweats, do you?
Sami: Austin! You did this on purpose! You knew we were going out the whole time?
Austin: Oh, yeah, we're going to go out, we're going to boogie down, we're going to paint the town red, we're going to do all that stuff! Now go get dressed and get yourself ready, okay? Will, you're the man. Yeah!
Sami: Oh, Iím so happy! Oh, baby, I'm going to finally marry the man of my dreams.