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Jennifer: Okay. Okay, I don't see them anywhere, do you?
Brandon: Why would they be hanging out in the casino? Jack said he was coming here for a job interview, right? So if he's serious about finding gainful employment...
Jennifer: Yeah, yeah, but he's also very serious about ruining my good time whenever possible. Which means that Jack Deveraux could pop out just about anywhere.
Greta: This is ridiculous. Will you remind me why I'm doing this?
Jack: Because if they see you they'll know I'm here. Duck! Quick!
Elizabeth: At the very least, they could have been polite. "Oh, sorry, guys. Another couple booked the chapel six hours in advance."
Colin: Sami Brady must have thought ahead and called.
Elizabeth: Which I didn't have the presence of mind to do. Is that what you're saying?
Colin: Of course not. It just makes --
Elizabeth: And who does that woman think she is -- Madonna? Oh, yes, we all play it by ear in Las Vegas, which is the way it's done, I understand. Oh, but not Sami. Oh, no, she is too important. She must reserve the chapel so no one else can use it.
Colin: There she is -- the one for me.
Nicole: Oh! What, is it New Year's Eve already?
Man: No, but we had a winner. Someone hit the jackpot.
Nicole: Ha ha.
Austin: Great. Ha ha.
Nicole: Someone's lucky night tonight, huh? Maybe it'll be ours, too.
Austin: Ha ha ha.
Marlena: Sami, what about your luggage?
Sami: Mom, I don't want to wait. I want to see Austin so badly. I have butterflies in my stomach.
Marlena: No, no, no, no, no!
Marlena: Well... It's one thing if he's not in there, but if he is... You don't want to see him before the wedding, do you?
Sami: Mom, when have you been superstitious?
Marlena: Oh, come on. You've waited to marry this man so long, and, well... Now if you see him before the wedding, I don't know, but the waiting could make it a little more special.
Sami: Mom, nothing could make it more special. Besides, I'm a little bit concerned that I haven't been able to reach him.
Sami: Austin? Austin, honey, are you here? He didn't leave a note at the desk, and -- where is he?
Marlena: Well, I believe there's a note over here.
Sami: Oh, my gosh, Mom. They're beautiful. Oh. Oh, this is so lovely and -- definitely not out of character.
Marlena: Don't you want to read the note?
Sami: Let's read it together.
Marlena: No, no, that might be private. You go ahead.
Sami: You're my Mom, and besides, I want you to see and hear what a wonderful man Austin is.
Sami: Oh, god. What is this?
Kate: Oh, Honey, come on. I don't want you to overdo it.
Lucas: No, no. I'm fine. It feels good.
Jane: He's making amazing progress.
Lucas: Watch this.
Lucas: It's all right, it's all right.
Kate: Oh. Wh-wh-what? You didn't tell me you could walk.
Lucas: I'll be jogging soon. Jane, how about a protein shake?
Jane: Coming right up.
Kate: Oh, thank you, God. Oh, Sweetie. Oh, my -- my Darling, I have my precious son back, and soon you're going to have your son back with you and away from Sami, forever.
Lucas: No, Mother. That's not going to happen.
Elizabeth: The one for you? I thought I was the one for you.
Colin: I was referring to the craps table, Liz.
Elizabeth: Oh, no. Colin, Colin, please don't start gambling. You know how you get.
Colin: We're in Vegas. Have you noticed? What else is there to do?
Elizabeth: There goes the down payment on our new house.
Jennifer: Okay, you know what? I think I will have a Pimm's No. 5, and make that a double.
Man: You got it.
Jennifer: Well, hey, we're in Vegas, right? And the operative word is fun. Speaking of which, there is a machine I haven't tried yet.
Brandon: Oh. After you.
Jennifer: What is that?
Brandon: This here is video poker.
Jennifer: Hmm. Want to play?
Jennifer: Yeah, yeah, but I don't know how.
Brandon: Watch me.
Jennifer: All right.
[Gasps] oh, my goodness!
Brandon: Three of a kind.
Jack: Look at that. Svengali's weaving his weapon. She's fallen right into it.
Greta: Jack, shouldn't you be relaxing before your big job interview? Hey, you know what? What about a massage?
Jack: Yeah, right. Why don't we give Harold a call and see if he's free?
Greta: I didn't mean Harold. Actually, I -- I could -- I could give you a massage. Actually, I -- I -- I -- I can't. I mean, you know, I -- I won't, 'cause -- 'cause I couldn't.
Jack: Couldn't, won't, can't?
Greta: Uh... Yeah, because, you know, well, it's just not a very good idea, 'cause --
Greta: Um... Jack, you know why.
Jack: It wouldn't be because you find me incredibly irresistible, unbearably attractive?
Greta: You know, don't tease me.
Jack: I won't. I'm sorry. I am.
Greta: Oh, actually, I'm sorry. It's not your fault that I happen to fall for guys who are unavailable. I mean, if they're not in love with somebody else, they end up being gay, like you.
Jack: You never know, Princess. Your situation may change completely. In fact, I know it will, as will mine.
Jack: Life has lots of surprises in store, Princess.
Austin and Nicole: [Laughing]
[Cellular phone rings]
Nicole: Ooh, oh, this is it. Okay, this must be him. Shh, shh.
Carl: Nicole, I love the sound of your voice.
Nicole: Oh, that is so nice of you, Carl. I really enjoy talking to you, too. So, uh, where do we stand?
Carl: Where are you now? I'd like to see you, have one final discussion.
Nicole: Uh, well, Austin and I are still at the restaurant.
Carl: I'll be there in 20 minutes.
Nicole: Ha ha ha.
Austin: What, what, what?
Nicole: This is it, baby. We are going to win the jackpot!
Austin: What? Oh, that's awesome.
Marlena: Sami, what's wrong? What does the note say?
Sami: "Dear Sami and Austin, my best wishes to you both on your wedding day. May you be blessed in this wonderful journey you're taking together. Yours truly, Lucas."
Marlena: Now why did you do that?
Sami: What did you want me to do -- frame it?
Marlena: Can't you take a note at face value? He obviously is reaching out to you.
Sami: Oh, Mom, you are crazy.
Marlena: Sami, we've discussed this before. Lucas has been through Hell, and he's had some kind of an emotional breakthrough.
Sami: How can you not see that this is a setup, Mom? I mean, Kate and Lucas are planning something bad. I can feel it.
Marlena: Sami, for heaven's sake --
Sami: Stop looking at me like that, Mom. I am telling you, I know what's going on. If Kate and Lucas have their way, this wedding won't happen.
Lucas: You can't stop the wedding. Sami and Austin deserve to be happy.
Kate: I'm worried about you.
Lucas: Mom --
Kate: No, no, no, no, I -- I really am. I'm worried that maybe -- well, maybe you're not getting enough oxygen to your brain.
Lucas: I'm fine.
Kate: No, you're not fine. You are waxing poetic about Sami. Lucas, this is like "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." Where is Lucas? I just don't understand this.
Lucas: Would you just listen?
Kate: No, no, I am not going to listen to this.
Lucas: Listen to me, please. I only have one wish right now, and that's for the truth to come out.
Kate: The truth?
Lucas: I need Sami to admit to the whole world that I never hit my son. I made mistakes. When I was drinking, I was irresponsible, and I -- I put Will's life in danger, but I never hit him, ever. If Sami could see that I'm on her side and that I want her to have a good life, maybe -- maybe she'll admit that she lied. Then we can -- we can all forgive each other, and we can all live in peace.
Kate: You have been snatched. Jane, Jane, is Lucas on some kind of medication that I don't know about?
Lucas: Mom, stop it.
Kate: I don't know, some kind of drug that's -- that's -- that's altering his perception of reality?
Jane: Only what the doctor prescribed, Ms. Roberts.
Lucas: Mom, listen to me, all right? Listen to me. This has nothing to do with the medication -- nothing. I have had a lot of time to think, and I've decided to change my life. I'm going to dedicate myself to my son and our future. And, Mom, listen, Sami's good with Will. She's very nurturing. We need to work together. We need to work together to make sure he's ready to face all the challenges that life puts in front of him.
Kate: You know, maybe you're having some memory problems. Do I need to remind you of all the things that Sami did to me while you were in a coma?
Lucas: No. I remember.
Kate: Then get with the program, Lucas.
Lucas: I just don't like that expression.
Kate: Okay. I have another expression. This is a war. We're going to win it. Do you like that better?
Lucas: Suggesting we go to war is very unpleasant, Mother, not to mention inappropriate.
Kate: What are you --
Lucas: Especially since Sami is getting married today.
Kate: No, that's what Sami thinks is happening, but I have another plan for her. Dada --
Sami: Mom, Kate is in on this. How can I explain to you, the flowers were -- oh, God, the flowers. They might be poisonous. I have to get them out of here.
Marlena: Sami, Sami Brady, what is the matter with you? What are you doing?
Sami: They smell funny, Mom.
Marlena: Oh, Samantha Jean, you stop right there and you listen to me. Lucas is trying to make amends. He is trying to improve his relationship with you for the sake of his son. He was in a coma. He almost died. Can't you understand that people can change, especially if they've been through some kind of a terrible trauma?
Sami: What about the trauma to me, when Kate and Lucas ruin my wedding? Will you feel sorry for me after I've experienced that trauma?
Marlena: Nobody is going to ruin your wedding.
Sami: Oh, really? Then where is Austin? Because he's not here. I don't see him here, Mom, and I'll bet you he's a no-show at the chapel, too.
Nicole: This is so nice! You did it, you know.
Nicole: Really, really, it was you. It was your research, your hard work --
Austin: Wait, wait, wait, wait a minute. Are you saying that we got the Permalash account?
Nicole: Carl didn't confirm that yet, but I -- I could -- I could tell by his voice that it was ours, because -- you know why? Because we were such an amazing team, Austin. I mean, let's face it -- that man was not easy to win over.
Nicole: You're getting a rush out of this, aren't you?
Austin: Why wouldn't I? This account is huge. You're going to get written up in The Wall Street Journal.
Nicole: Well, your name's going to be right there with mine, I promise. Aah!
Colin: Be good to me, ladies.
Man: Come on, baby, come on. Show me what you got.
Man #2: Four.
Man #2: Point is four.
Man: Give me a hard four.
Colin: I'm feeling lucky. Give 'em a kiss.
Man #2: All right, four.
Man: You got it, you got it.
Man #2: Four.
Man #2: Hard four.
Colin: We're on a roll, baby.
Man: I'll buy you dinner. Ha ha ha.
Colin: Let it ride.
Man: Big time.
Jennifer: Oh, my gosh, I've never won anything in my life. Oh, Brandon, thank you. Thank you so much.
Brandon: For what?
Jennifer: Just for -- for bringing me here and -- and just making me feel like anything is possible.
Man #2: Craps. A loser.
Elizabeth: Can we go now?
Elizabeth: You're throwing money away, Colin.
Colin: Eight the hard way.
Jennifer: Wow! I didn't expect that.
Brandon: It wasn't planned.
Jennifer: No, it didn't feel like it was planned. I mean, it felt totally spontaneous and -- and not planned at all, and I'm -- I'm talking too much, aren't I?
Jack: Whoa -- whoa? Whoa? I don't need to hear "whoa" right now, Greta. In fact, "whoa" is the last thing I need to hear.
Greta: Wait! You can't just go over there.
Jack: Watch me.
Greta: No, no, Jack, just leave it alone.
Jack: That's easy for you to say.
Greta: Okay, you know what? Hey, let's play some of these games around here, okay? Why don't we try this one right over here? You know, my Mom had a lot of luck with this. Here, look.
Jack: Huh. All right, look, I know that this hasn't exactly been my lucky night, but... That is about to change.
Greta: That's the spirit.
Jack: Yes, yes. That's right. Starting right here and right now, this whole trip to Vegas is going to be a win/win proposition. I'm going to -- I'm going to get Jennifer back, and I'm going to get that job with Oliver Wentworth.
Austin: Man, I have to get up to the room.
Nicole: No, no, no, not yet.
Austin: Nicole --
Nicole: Oh, come on. One more drink.
Austin: We shouldn't. I shouldn't.
Nicole: We have so much to celebrate, right?
Man: Excuse me.
Nicole: Ha ha. Hey, no sooner said than done, huh? How'd you know?
Man: Oh, there's a high roller who wants to buy the whole place a round.
Nicole: Oh, thank him for us, would you?
Man: You bet.
Nicole: To us. The perfect pair, an unbeatable couple -- in business, of course. Oh, come on, Austin. It's not like we're going to get drunk, if that's what you're worried about. Our adrenaline is pumping too much.
Austin: Okay, okay. I'll have a drink with you, but first I need to get in touch with Sami. Let me see your phone.
Nicole: All right.
Austin: What's wrong with your phone?
Nicole: I don't know. It should work. Uh-oh. No battery power.
Austin: Great. I'm going to go up to the room and leave her a message.
Nicole: No, no, no, but Carl's coming.
Austin: It'll be just a sec. I'll be back in time. Don't worry.
Victor: Your partner just walk out on you, Nicole?
Jane: Here you are.
Lucas: Thank you.
Kate: Could you excuse us? I need to speak privately with my son.
Jane: Oh, certainly. I'll go get some fresh air.
Kate: Thank you.
Kate: You need to listen to me, and you need to listen very carefully. I have set up this whole thing with Nicole.
Lucas: What thing?
Kate: Okay. She has it bad for Austin, and she's going to pounce on him, as apparently only Nicole can pounce before he slips that little gold ring on Sami's finger.
Lucas: What did I just say? We can't keep fighting with Sami like this, Mom. It can only end up in disaster.
Kate: Yes, that's right -- for Sami.
Lucas: No, not for Sami. For us. Look what happened last time. I lost my son. And have you conveniently forgotten that Sami has evidence on us? She could put us in prison forever. The only way I could stay out of jail was to sign away my -- my right as a father. Or has that also slipped your mind?
Kate: No. Nothing has slipped my mind.
Lucas: Good. Then you have to realize, you have to know it's time for us to make peace with Sami, Mom -- it is. Austin will help us.
Kate: Oh, my God. This is surreal.
Lucas: No. What's surreal is -- is you haven't learned anything from what we've been through. You haven't grown at all.
Kate: Grown? What the hell are you talking about?
Lucas: I'm talking about my son's future here. I'm not going to put that in jeopardy. Do you understand me?
Kate: The only thing that I understand is that you are not the Lucas Roberts that I gave birth to.
Lucas: Fine, fine. You make a mockery of her. Go ahead. But I've seen the light, Mom, and honestly, I think it's time you saw it, too. You'd be a better person for it.
Kate: Who are you and what have you done with my son?
Sami: Mom, this note is a phony. Can't you see that? It's a setup.
Marlena: May we get ready for the wedding now, please?
Sami: Look, if you want to take sides with the person who tried to kill your daughter, go ahead.
Marlena: I'm not taking sides, Sami. I'm trying to make you understand that Lucas is the father of your child, and therefore, will never be completely out of your life because of your son. Right now he's trying to show you his very best side.
Sami: I don't want to hear this.
Marlena: And for your sake, as well as your son's, you should accept that until proven otherwise.
Sami: Mom, you are being naive.
Marlena: You are being paranoid. You're torturing yourself, Sami.
Sami: Then why haven't I been able to contact Austin? He's not here, he didn't leave a note, I might never see him again.
Marlena: Oh, this has to stop.
Sami: Mom, I can't stop, okay? This day's going to be a disaster. I can just tell.
Austin: Listen, Sami, we can't do this.
Sami: Can't do this? Austin, what do you mean?
Austin: I'm talking about being negative.
Austin: Hi, Marlena.
Marlena: Hi, Austin.
Austin: It's just the first thing that I heard when I walked through the door was how you were so sure that the wedding was going to be a disaster.
Sami: Oh. I'm sorry, Austin. I was just nervous. You know me.
Austin: Well, don't be, okay? Be positive.
Sami: Well, I am positive that I love you with all of my heart.
Marlena: Hey, hey, hey. No, no, no, no, no, no.
Sami: What? Mom.
Marlena: Come on. It flies in the face of every tradition to have you kiss the bride before the wedding. What's the matter with you?
Austin: I know. I'm sorry. But I had to leave a message, you know, and didn't have my cell phone on me.
Sami: Oh, that's why I couldn't reach you.
Austin: So, we all set for the wedding?
Sami: Austin, I have been all set for about 1,000 years now.
Austin: You know, I saw some flowers out there. Who are they from?
Sami: Lucas. Can you believe it?
Austin: Why is it all crumpled up?
Sami: I was going to throw it away.
Austin: Hmm. That's great. That's really nice.
Sami: Austin, don't tell me you're buying this.
Austin: Yeah. Why wouldn't I?
Sami: Look, I know you're the devoted brother now, but you have to admit that Lucas does not want us to get married.
Austin: No, I don't have to admit that. You know, I believe that he's being sincere, and you know what? I can prove it to you.
Lucas: I've been through hell, Mom, literally. I almost died in that fire because I was drunk. I was drunk because I signed away my rights to my son. Why did I do that? Because of this unending war you feel we need to wage against Sami. You know what? I'm not fighting it anymore. I can't. Sami is Will's mother. There's nothing we can do about that, so I -- I say it's time for a cease-fire.
Lucas: Mom, we can't win. We can't. There's no way we can.
Kate: No! No. I want you to stop this insanity now -- now.
Jennifer: Well, does it get any better than this? I mean, not only do I win a round of video poker, but I get kissed by the hottest guy in the casino, in my not-so-humble opinion.
Brandon: This feels right, like we're taking a big step.
Jennifer: Yeah. I think we have.
Man: 3. Craps.
Greta: What a coincidence. Colin Murphy.
Jack: Mmm. Small world.
Greta: I'll tell you what. If you win, you buy him drinks and everybody else.
Jack: Are you crazy? If I win, I'm keeping everything.
Greta: I believe it's my money you're playing with.
Jack: Picky, picky, picky.
Greta: He's a great-looking guy.
Jack: Mm. Aah, I think he's rather seedy.
Greta: Obviously not your type.
Jack: Nor is he available. He's engaged, remember?
Jack: You women will just have to seek elsewhere.
Colin: Kiss them for luck.
Greta: I want to get some of that action. Hi.
Greta: Mind if I kiss the dice?
Colin: Not at all. Come on, Liz, lighten up. Why not let your future husband have at least one last fling before you end all his fun?
Colin: With the dice, dear.
Greta: So the two of you are getting married here in Vegas?
Elizabeth: If I can ever pry him out of this casino.
Greta: Well, one more roll, it won't hurt anything.
Colin: Coming out.
Man: A winner!
Brandon: To us.
Jack: What do those women find so irresistible about those two jerks? So they're tall, dark, and handsome. I mean, I'm warm, witty, wise, engaging, delightful, fun, life of the party... Eat your hearts out, gentlemen. That Deveraux charm always wins the day. Yes!
Colin: That's four passes in a row.
Greta: You're on fire.
Colin: All because you kissed the dice.
Greta: Ha ha. I feel like I'm in that James Bond movie, uh, Casino Royale or something.
Colin: Murphy. Colin Murphy. Ha ha ha ha. Coming out.
Man #2: You were right, you were right. Pour the money over here.
Brandon: Are you okay?
Jennifer: Of course. Why wouldn't I be?
Brandon: Well, just that Colin Murphy is here to get married, and I'm wondering if that's a problem for you.
Victor: Aren't you happy to see me, Nicole?
Nicole: I'm just surprised, that's all, but I might have some very good news for you soon.
Victor: Obviously not about our future together, since you're not wearing the ring I gave you.
Nicole: It's about the future of Titan. We're on the verge of landing the Permalash deal.
Victor: Is that why you and Austin were celebrating?
Nicole: Yes, as a matter of fact. But you didn't tell me why you're here. Hmm? Why didn't you tell me you were coming?
Victor: As you said, it's a very important deal. There's a lot riding on it.
Nicole: That's not the reason.
Victor: That's part of it.
Nicole: And the other part is so that you could spy on me.
Victor: I wanted to surprise you, which I obviously did, only not in the way that I'd intended.
Nicole: You know what, Victor? I cannot handle this conversation right now, okay? Austin and I are on the brink of landing this deal. The future of my career is on the line.
Victor: Really? The way you and Austin were carrying on, it seemed like the future of you and Austin was on the line.
Austin: Now, I know you don't think that Lucas has changed, but he has, and I'll tell you the reason, okay? Will's love for Lucas brought him out of the coma, and Lucas's love for Will gives him the desire to want to make peace with you.
Sami: I'm going to hurl.
Austin: Okay, before you do that, all right, why don't you call Lucas and thank him for the flowers?
Sami: No, Austin.
Austin: Okay, I will. Can you get on the extension and just listen, please?
Austin: Hey, Lucas, it's Austin.
Lucas: Oh, hey. You're in Vegas, right?
Austin: Yeah, yeah, you know what? I just wanted to call and thank you for the flowers and the note, especially the note. It was really big of you.
Lucas: Thanks, Austin, and, uh... Thanks for being there for Will and, uh, convincing Sami to bring Will to see me. I know that couldn't have been easy, but it did save my life, and I want you both to know that I'm going to continue to make up for all the terrible things I've done to you both.
Austin: Hey, man, it's all history, okay? I'll see you back in Salem. You take care of yourself, all right? Bye. Did you hear that?
Sami: Yes, Austin, I did, and let me just tell you that I did not believe a word of it.
Austin: I have a meeting to go to.
Sami: Austin, all I'm trying to say is they're trying to plot to stop our wedding.
Austin: No one is plotting against us, Sami. If we're going to enjoy this occasion, you have to stop thinking like that.
Sami: Okay, I'll try.
Austin: Don't try -- do. Now, shouldn't you be getting dressed?
Sami: Yes. I guess I should. On, Austin, the moment I've been waiting for my whole life -- it's almost here.
Austin: Okay, I'm going to let you two ladies, you know, do your lady things and get dressed, and see you at the big occasion, Marlena.
Marlena: Yes, you will.
Austin: I'll see you. Forehead.
Sami: Ha ha ha ha.
Austin: Mr. Liszt.
Carl: Why aren't you waiting downstairs? Don't you want to make this deal?
Austin: Oh, you bet I do, Sir.
Sami: Hey, save those "I do's" for me.
Austin: Uh, Mr. Liszt, this is my fiancée Samantha Brady.
Sami: Hi. We're getting married today.
Sami: You seem surprised.
Carl: Actually, I am. I obviously had the wrong impression, Austin, but... I thought you were involved with Nicole Walker.
Nicole: Austin and I are working.
Victor: And drinking and laughing.
Nicole: Oh, right, all three.
Victor: I take it you don't feel comfortable wearing the engagement ring I gave you while you're working.
Nicole: I didn't want to flash it around Vegas. It's too valuable. I left it in the vault.
Victor: The proposal -- did you leave that in the vault, as well?
Nicole: Victor, I promise I will let you know soon one way or the other.
Victor: Don't bother. I already have the answer.
Austin: No, Mr. Liszt. Nicole and I are just business associates.
Carl: Of course. I didn't mean to imply...
Sami: I am the only woman in Austin's life. We've been together for years, and we are finally tying the knot.
Austin: But first, Mr. Liszt and I need to finish our meeting.
Carl: Yes, let's do it. It's been a pleasure.
Austin: Okay, I won't be long.
Sami: Austin, first I want you to explain to me why he thinks you and Nicole are so tight.
Austin: I can't get into this now, okay? But I will see you later -- both of you.
Sami: Austin, I love you so much. Ahem. The next time we kiss, we will be husband and wife.
Austin: Yeah. Cheek this time.
Sami: Oh, Mom, don't start. Don't say that I just jinxed my wedding.
Jack: Tapped out and not one winner.
Greta: Here. Try again.
Jack: If I play with your money, does that mean I have to give you my winnings?
Greta: Consider it a loan, Jack, but that means if I win, you don't get any of my winnings.
Jack: Deal. All right. Okay, humming right along. Ha ha ha ha ha, ha ha ha. Okay, here we go. Come on, come on, come on, come on, give me three bars, three sherries, three, three, any three -- three. Oh, no, this is all wrong. It's not fair.
Greta: Come on, we have one coin left.
Jack: Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Th-th-- let me take that back.
Greta: No. I'm playing this one, Jack.
Greta: Did you see that?
Jack: See what?
Greta: The way the coin sparkled in the air. I think this is my lucky charm.
Jennifer: Well, no, I mean, it's no problem that Colin is here, and if he wants to marry Elizabeth, why should I care? I hope that they have a wonderful life together sneering at each other, since that's all they seem to do. Oh. Speaking of which, I think I have a bit of a sneering disorder myself. Look at this. Why is he always around?
Brandon: You know, forget about Jack. Let's just have a good time together, okay? Hey, what about the idea of catching a show later?
Jennifer: Later? I mean, how much later? We have to go back to Salem right after the ceremony.
Brandon: We can always change our plans. How about we stay the night in Vegas?
Brandon: Well, we came all this way. Why not stay and party? You said Abby's on a camping trip, so you're cool there, right?
Jennifer: Right, right.
Brandon: So let's go for it.
Jennifer: You got to let me think about it.
Brandon: Let the poker machine decide.
Brandon: You ready?
Jennifer: Yeah, I think.
Brandon: There you go. You got to do it now.
Greta: Give me a little elbow room. Unh, unh, unh. You're crowding me. Here we go. Ready?
Jack: Hey! You won!
Jack: You won!
Greta: Oh, my gosh. That really was my lucky coin.
Jack: Actually, that was my coin first.
Greta: No, it wasn't. I gave it to you. You remember what you said? "You keep your winnings and I'll keep mine."
Jack: But I don't have any winnings.
Greta: Exactly, which is why you should have taken my offer to share, but since you didn't, you get nada.
Jack: Don't be a sore winner.
Greta: No, you don't!
Jack: Yes, I do!
Greta: Stop it, Jack!
Jennifer: Oh, my goodness. What is going on over there?
Brandon: It looks like Greta hit the jackpot.
Colin: The Princess is a good luck charm.
Elizabeth: Really? I'm feeling rather unlucky, actually -- about to get married, and the groom-to-be acts as if I'm coming between him and his craps game. Oh, well. You win a few, lose a few.
Colin: Liz, wait. Wait.
Nicole: Well, Mr. Liszt, have you made up your mind?
Carl: I have.
Kate: How could this happen? I was so happy that you came back to me, and now I don't even recognize you.
Lucas: They teach us in A.A. to forgive, allow ourselves to be forgiven. Mom, I have to do this for Will. I have to. I'm going to go see Sami and make amends.
Sami: Mom, can you imagine that awful Carl Liszt, or Lits, or whatever his name is, saying that he thought that Nicole and Austin were... Ow.
Marlena: What? What's the matter, Sweetie?
Sami: It's just these butterflies in my tummy.
Marlena: Oh. Oh, sweet girl, why, this is your wedding day. Can you focus less on what could go wrong and more on having a wonderful day? Can you do that, please?
Sami: I'll try. Mom, I don't want to be late for my hair appointment.
Marlena: All right, well, go on downstairs to the beauty parlor and get yourself all fixed up. Go on, hurry up.
Sami: Mom, but I have to ask you, what do you think? Like up, down, sideways? Should I cut it? Perm it? What do I do?
Marlena: Well, I think -- I think -- I think whatever you do, you'll be just beautiful.
Sami: Oh, Mom, I hope so, because in a couple of hours, I am going to be Mrs.. Austin Reed.