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Episode #12309 ~ Theresa & Brady are caught in a compromising position; Liam tries to make Jennifer see Daniel in a bad light.
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Marlena: Thank you all for coming to this joyous celebration of love and commitment. Today we're here to witness the marriage of Jackson Kiriakis and William Horton.
Sonny: [Mouths words]
Will: [Mouths words]
Daniel: All right, the toys should be upstairs.
Daniel: Be right back.
Nicole: Okay, I'll just hang out here.
Marlena: I was so honored to be invited to officiate on this very special day. It isn't often we're invited to be a part of such a very joyous occasion. This wedding has a unique place in all of our lives... and a precious place in my heart. Will and Sonny have written their own vows, but before we hear them, they've asked several people to speak, beginning with Will's great-grandmother... Caroline Brady. Caroline?
Eric: You're up. You can do it.
Will: It's okay, grandma. This was really a lot to ask of you, and it's really okay if you don't.
Will: That's right.
Caroline: Uh... Robert and James ran a little specialty shop next to the old fish market called "gifts from the sea." There were some silly gifts, and there were some nice gifts too. When we opened the pub, they were among our first customers-- dark ale with a shot chaser. And then they had this thing. They would--they would pour each other's beer, and then they would toast for getting through another day at the docks. [Laughs]
[Cell phone rings]
Nicole: Oh. Hey, miles. Wait a minute. I have bad reception. Hang on. Okay, go ahead. No. No, no, no. I'll send it to you later.
Daniel: Here they are.
Nicole: Ah, you got the toys.
Daniel: Oh, look at this thing.
Daniel: Looks like a bloody zombie from hell.
Nicole: Oh, creepy.
Nicole: That's for little Parker?
Daniel: Yeah, you know what? I suppose I should go through these. What do you think?
Nicole: It is probably a good--
Daniel: Eh, yeah.
Nicole: What the hell is that?
Caroline: Robert could spin a yarn. He was Irish, of course, you know--a touch of blarney. And James could have finished every sentence, 'cause he'd heard it all before. But he would laugh. And that laugh would just fill the pub. Then one day... Robert came in alone, and then he sat at the bar. And Shawn set up their special drink, and I was just about to ask, "where's James?" And then James came in with some people and... and sat at a table... and not a word to Robert... like he didn't even know him. And these people-- they were calling him Jimmy. We never called him jimmy. He was James, you know? And Robert... was sitting at the bar and never turned around. And he poured James' beer... and then he poured his own. And then he just... the beer just sat. And Robert sat... looking at it. Then it hit me. That was James' family. Then I knew for the first time for sure that they were gay. Me--I never cared. But it never occurred to me... what it cost them. I don't know which one of them broke my heart most. But in the end, I knew who the real loser was. It was that family... 'cause jimmy--he didn't laugh. He barely spoke. Their son, brother, was a stranger to them. So, when Will and Sonny came to me, I knew that they were nervous. [Chuckles] But I said to myself, "hallelujah! This is a world where we can really know who our precious boys are, and they can really love each other and be who they are." Congratulations, Will... and Sonny. I wish you a lifetime of laughter... and finishing each other's sentences.
Caroline: If you live long enough, that might come in handy.
Justin: One day when Sonny was about three years old, I found him on a second-story window ledge. There was a dragon kite stuck in a tree outside his window, and he wanted it, so he was climbing outside and just going for it.
Justin: Most kids, you struggle to get them to eat their vegetables or do their homework. Our struggle was to teach Sonny to sometimes just show a little caution.
Justin: Be careful. He had no fear... and we had no idea when he was three what a gift that would be for him in his life. Sonny came out to his mother and me when he was 15 years old. And like most parents, I wasn't surprised when I thought about it. But I was in awe... of his strength, his certainty. And he told us that he had struggled for a while, but that he knew who he was. It was that fearlessness, that fearlessness that saw him through. I was in awe of that then, and I still am. Sonny can handle anything on his own... but his mother and I are so glad that now he doesn't have to, because he's found a partner in Will, someone who will give him a reason to want to come home at night, someone who loves him and supports him and will make sure that no matter what life sends their way... he will be by his side.
Nicole: This is a disaster. I mean, how does she even keep track of her money?
Daniel: I don't know. Why don't you ask her? I'm sure she'd love that.
Nicole: [Chuckles] Look at this. These are tallies. It's like--
Nicole: It's like hieroglyphics...
Nicole: On an ibis.
Nicole: You know what I'm talking about?
Daniel: [Laughs] I do.
Nicole: And that looks like snoopy.
Daniel: Snoopy right there. Yeah, well, you know, you're preaching to the choir, 'cause I have secretly considered trying to take this from her and straighten it out, but I do love the fact that she still talks to me, so...
Nicole: Oh, my God, she's--
Daniel: Yeah, don't go any further. We're done, done.
Daniel: Done. So let's drop these off at my place, and we will finally get a bite to eat.
Nicole: Sounds good.
Daniel: Your drum?
Nicole: Give me the drum.
Daniel: Carry on. Let's go. [Hitting drum] Oh, my gosh, that girl. I'll tell you what-- you get out out line...
Daniel: Did I hit you? I didn't hit you. I did not hit you.
Nicole: You know what? Let me get the door.
Daniel: Get out of here.
Daniel: Oh, my God, I'm so sorry.
Lucas: Well, you just heard from Justin how it was A... relatively smooth process when Sonny came out to his family. And the truth is, it was the exact same way for Will when he came out to his family.
Lucas: Right? Drama-free!
Lucas: No arguments at all. I mean, Sami and I are both rational people. We never fight. We never argue. And we always see eye to eye, when it comes to our children especially.
Lucas: That laughter--I'm very grateful for that. It's our saving grace in our family. Um... will--he, uh--he had it tough growing up. And although I can't, uh, fully speak for Sami--I know better--but today maybe we both can agree that... our son, Will, was, uh... the best thing we could have ever asked for. He was a better son than we both deserved. And when he came out to us... Sami had a moment. Sonny came along, and, uh, their relationship blossomed, and then it was my turn to have a moment.
Lucas: I guess I just thought that deep down my son was going through, uh, some sort of state of confusion and that he would figure things out. But it turns out that I was the one who was confused. I am really sorry for the way I reacted, and I'm so sorry for the way I treated you, Sonny. It's not the kind of life that I envisioned for my son when he was growing up... but it is better than anything I could have ever asked for. Growing up with two crazy parents like us, despite everything we put you through, you still managed to find the love and happiness that you deserve. And I am just so proud to call you my son.
Sonny: You know, uh, most people never have to think about why it is that you could even get married... but we did. And we looked back, and we did some research, and we learned a lot. And Abigail and JJ were nice enough to help us find photos of people and moments that got us here today. And we would love for all of you to take a look at these photos, after the ceremony, at the reception... because we owe them... just like we owe all of you.
Will: We're so grateful that you all could and would be here. We couldn't imagine this day without each and every one of you. Thank you.
Marlena: Let's make this official.
Nicole: Sonny and Will walking down the aisle. [Laughs]
Daniel: Oh, they look so happy.
Daniel: Look at that.
Nicole: Ooh. That's the kind of grin I'm gonna have. Oh, I can't wait to start planning my wedding.
Daniel: So you have to choose between Nicole and the church?
Eric: I guess that's what it comes down to.
Nicole: The Victor wedding I didn't have much to do with, but this is the first wedding that I actually feel like is mine... and Eric's too, of course. And... wow. You are awfully quiet. What's going on?
Sonny: I love a good adventure. That's been my life. And what my dad said is kind of true. I've been out on the edge my entire life. I've been to every continent on this earth, and if someone would have asked me a couple years ago, I would have said that would be my life... until I met you. You're my anchor. You're my anchor that doesn't weigh me down... but gives me something to hold on to... a reason to make a home. Our life together is the greatest adventure of my life. I love you so much. And I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with you and Arianna.
Will: I can't say that I grew up with the same hunger for adventure that you did. I wanted to escape sometimes, and I did some pretty messed-up things to make that happen. But beside that, I never really thought about my future very much. It felt like my own skin was a coat that was too heavy. And even when I came out, it wasn't as though the coat suddenly fit. It was more like I finally understood why it never would. I didn't believe I'd ever find any kind of love, let alone the love that I've found with you. E.M. Forster once described love as "two imperfect souls coming together to create something close to perfection." That's how I've felt since the day that I met you, even if I'm the one who brings more of the imperfection into the equation.
Sonny: That's not true.
Will: I respect you. I admire you. I adore you. But most of all... Sonny... I love you.
Marlena: May we have the rings, please?
Sonny: I, Jackson, take you, Will...
Will: To be my lawfully wedded husband.
Sonny: I promise to love and honor you through good times and bad...
Will: In sickness and health...
Sonny: For richer or poorer...
Will: For as long as we both shall live.
Sonny: As I give you this ring...
Will: So I give you my heart.
Marlena: May the love you share... be the bond that brings you strength and comfort... and joy... all the days of your lives. It is my very great honor to pronounce you... Jackson Steven Kiriakis... and William Robert Horton... husbands for life.
[Cheers and applause]
Lucas: I'll take this little girl.
Will: Yeah, come on.
Sami: Okay. I am so, so proud of you.
Will: Why? I got lucky.
Sami: What? You are a terrific person. That's why you got such a great partner, that beautiful baby. Despite everything--
Will: Okay, hold on. Hold on. Let me just--
Sami: No, no.
Will: Can I--
Sami: Oh, my God. Do not try to make this okay for your father and me. This is your day. You don't have to do that. It is your day for me to tell you how lucky we are to have such an incredible son who, despite everything--
Will: Okay, let me just say one thing, just 'cause it is my day and everything.
Sami: Fire away.
Will: If there was one thing that you and dad taught me, it's how much family matters, and that it's worth fighting for.
Sami: Well, I know you have the scars to prove it.
Sami: I know you have spent way too much time in your life already worrying about me and taking care of me, which is why I am so glad that now you have someone in your life... who'll be taking care of you.
Victor: Caroline, I want a copy of that speech of yours.
Caroline: Oh, well...
Maggie: It was beautiful.
Caroline: Oh. Well, I was so nervous, I can't even remember what I was saying.
Victor: Oh, you. I've seen you wrangle that St. Patty's day crowd down at the pub. I can't imagine this bunch would faze you.
Caroline: Oh, well, thank you so much for letting us use your beautiful home.
Victor: Oh, I'm more than happy to open the house to family, regardless of what that meant. Well, it's a day of tolerance and acceptance, I was told.
Ciara: I love that bag.
Ciara: Your purse is to die for. Where did you get it?
Theresa: A really nice boy gave it to me.
Ciara: He must be really into you.
Theresa: I think he is.
Ciara: Remember you promised to teach me how to get boys to do whatever I want?
Theresa: Sure, but let's, uh... let's get you into middle school first, okay? [Chuckles]
Eric: You did beautifully.
Marlena: Thank you. That is high praise coming from you. Where's Nicole?
Eric: She had to work. But she'd be happy to know that she would have been welcome.
Marlena: Of course.
Daniel: Nothing's wrong. Nothing--except I'm hungry. All right, let's go, come on.
Nicole: All right, yep, that was pretty smooth. I give it an 85... but I know you, Jonas. Come on, something's up. What aren't you telling me?
Daniel: I'm telling you, let's move it, legs. Come on. [Sighs]
Nicole: He's not telling me anything.
Daniel: Ooh, I am really, really hungry. Let's go. It's stuck.
Nicole: Oh. Sorry.
Liam: Just one more thing.
Jordan: I got it. You ladies look so gorgeous.
Abigail: Oh, that's so cute. Thank you.
Gabi: I love it.
Abigail: Gosh, I've never been a best woman before.
Gabi: I know--we're gonna have to come up with a new name, aren't we? Let me see?
Abigail: Yeah, what can we call that?
Sami: Oh! Oh! Oh, my goodness. Hi. Sorry. Hi, ladies.
EJ: Hey, lovely to see you all.
Abigail: Hey. You know, I'm gonna-- I need to find my brother, JJ.
Sami: Oh, oh, no, wait. I wanted to thank you and JJ both, actually. You have both done so much to make this wedding special for Sonny and Will. Thank you.
Gabi: You guys must be getting excited. Isn't your wedding soon?
Sami: [Laughs] It is.
EJ: Uh, yes. Yes, it is.
Sami: Yes, and I am the luckiest woman on the planet.
[Cell phone ringing]
Gabi: Oh, okay, I just got a text. The dance is starting, so we should go.
Sami: We have to go, come on.
Sami: Yeah, let's go.
Lucas: Excuse me, ladies and gentlemen, it's time for the grooms' first dance.
[Soft guitar music]
Will: [Laughs] Hey.
EJ: Hey. Time to find your mommy. And the room at the Salem inn is in your name. Everything's taken care of.
Will: Wait. What... what is everything?
EJ: Oh, you'll see. It's a surprise from your mother.
Will: Thank you.
EJ: You're welcome. Enjoy.
Sonny: I swear we will have a real honeymoon very soon.
Will: I don't care about that.
Will: Where have you guys been?
Sonny: You know, we didn't get a chance to thank you for such an amazing job today. It was wonderful.
Marlena: It was my great pleasure.
Roman: Well, where we were is, we called your aunt Carrie.
Sonny: Is that their little one?
Will: Not so little anymore.
Marlena: But too small to fly with an ear infection. They were sick to miss this.
Sonny: Oh, well, maybe we can go see them after the honeymoon, which I swear we're gonna take.
Will: How'd you like the wedding, grandpa?
Roman: [Chuckles] Well, as a matter of fact... it might have been the best wedding I've ever been to. I mean it, Will. I mean it. It is clear that you are so happy with this guy right here. Congratulations.
Will: Thank you.
Roman: I love you.
Will: I love you too, grandpa.
Theresa: Hey, Jennifer. I hear you're talking smack about me again.
Jennifer: [Scoffs] I'm not doing this here.
Theresa: You need to back off.
Jennifer: I heard the message that Anne left for you, and I know that you are the one harassing me.
Abigail: Hey, Mom, why don't we go, uh, look at the cake, shall we?
Theresa: You should check around, Jennifer, 'cause there's a lot of people who hate your guts, not just me.
JJ: Uh, you need to back off.
JJ: Do you want to pick this fight?
Theresa: Yeah, you keep looking at me, and you'll never see what's coming for you.
Oh! I'm so sorry.
Nicole: [Sighs] So I'm not sure if I want to do the whole long gown. I mean, talk about embarrassing. How many times can you do the whole wedding-dress thing? Although this does seem like my first true wedding, so... mm!
Nicole: Oh, no.
Daniel: Yeah, are you, uh-- are you sure you're not just getting ahead of yourself here?
Nicole: What? Why would you say something like that? I mean, of course, if Eric wants to be part of the planning, he can be. You talked to him. What did he say?
Daniel: You know what? You, uh--you should talk to him.
Nicole: Oh, hell. Why? Daniel? Do you know something? Tell me. You're supposed to be my friend.
Eric: Jennifer. Hey.
Eric: I just got a text from Nicole. Daniel got off of work early, and they went to grab lunch at the club.
Eric: Why don't we go surprise them?
Jennifer: Yes, I think we should. Oh, I want to say good-bye to Sonny and Will first.
[Knock at door]
Theresa: Don't worry. The other guy looks worse. God, that was so embarrassing.
Brady: Don't be--I mean, come on, it's fine. It's fine. You know, you actually--you look pretty good in tuna tartare.
Theresa: [Sighs] Yeah?
Roman: What the hell is this?
Will: All right, great.
Sami: [Tapping glass] Uh, everyone, since I was benched at the ceremony, I thought I would give the first toast.
Adrienne: [Chuckles] What a coincidence. I had the exact same thought. My mornings are
Roman: Brady, you're supposed to be looking out for my niece.
Theresa: Oh, he is.
Roman: You're supposed to be keeping her out of trouble, not getting her into it.
Brady: Roman, roman, I swear to God, you have nothing to worry about.
Roman: Yeah, I hope not. You, I'll see downstairs.
Theresa: I'm so sorry.
Brady: Don't be. Don't be. He's protective.
Theresa: No, he's a cop, and he's a gossip.
Brady: A-a gossip? I've--I've never heard him described that way.
Theresa: Oh, yeah, yeah, total old-lady gossip.
Brady: You're kidding me.
Theresa: God, my family.
Brady: No-- my family-- I have gossip in my family. Don't play that game. I would crush you.
Theresa: Oh, yeah?
Theresa: Well, take me home so I can change out of these crusty clothes, and it's on.
Brady: Fine. We can take the back stairs, and that way we can avoid any more heartfelt toasts.
[Both chuckle awkwardly]
Sami: I'll start. How about that?
Adrienne: Oh, who decided that?
Sami: I just think that--
Will: Uh, we--we have a great idea.
Sonny: Yeah, mom, uh, why don't you and Sami go together?
Adrienne: Okay, we can--
Sami: Perfect, okay. Will and Sonny, from the moment I saw the two of you together, I knew you were perfect for each other.
Adrienne: And I took a little time to actually get on board, but once I saw that you were truly happy, all my fears just washed away.
Sami: So, to Will and Sonny and the rest of their lives together, which will start tonight-- a little mini honeymoon at the Salem Inn. Enjoy it, from EJ and me.
Adrienne: And when you're ready to start your real honeymoon, know that Justin and I will be happy to send you anywhere you want to go. We both want you to get the right start.
Sami: [Chuckles] Of course, a right start is when you come home and are looking to buy your first home. EJ and I will make that happen for you.
Adrienne: [Laughs] Are you saying that we can't afford to buy them a house?
EJ: [Clears throat] To William and Sonny!
Justin: Yes, yes, to Sonny and William!
Will: To all of our families!
Sami: Hear, hear!
Will: And to everyone. Thank you so much. Thank you.
[All chattering loudly]
Adrienne: Yes, yes, I'm--I'm drinking.
Nicole: Okay, that is not fair. You can't just dangle something like that out there and then not tell me about it.
Jennifer: Oh, here they are.
Nicole: Hi, guys.
Jennifer: What's up?
Nicole: Well... [Chuckles] That is a very good question. What exactly did you tell Daniel about us?
Will: Oh, come on.
Kate: Honey, I've seen the hydrangea bushes, and they're going to be beautiful in around a month.
Will: I didn't take you out here for the shrubbery.
Kate: Okay, what, then? Because your guests are all inside.
Will: You're my guest right now, and you haven't said a word all day. Are you upset because we asked grandma Marlena to marry us?
Kate: No, of course not.
Will: Because it was a coin toss.
Kate: No, it wasn't. Honey... Marlena is very reasonable, and she's a shrink, and I know that you share your feelings with her, and that's all right. Honey, that's all right with me. It really is. And I am so happy that she was there for you when you were struggling with coming out. I really am.
Will: Me too. She's a lousy poker player.
Will: So bad.
Kate: Yeah, well, you were actually the only six-year-old I've ever known who could count cards when they were six years old.
Will: Come on, it was a life skill that you taught me.
Will: You also taught me how to stand up for myself, how to survive. You taught me that. And I can never thank you enough.
Kate: Oh, sweetie, I love you.
Will: I love you too.
[Cheers and applause]
Nicole: Okay... [Clears throat] It's just us. So let me hear it. What's going on?
Eric: What did he say?
Nicole: Nothing. He kept your confidence, but it was clear you said something to him that he wouldn't tell me.
Eric: What we... were talking about was--
Nicole: Our wedding, right? Because the second I mentioned our wedding, he gave me a look. Is there something about our wedding I should know?
Eric: There is. I think it's time that I came clean.
Daniel: Come on, come on.
Daniel: Get in there.
Jennifer: Okay, that was really awkward.
Daniel: And you didn't even have Nicole staring you down.
Jennifer: I know. Do you think she and Eric are gonna work things out?
Daniel: I don't know. I hope so.
Jennifer: Whoo! Chilly.
Daniel: Oh, I know. It's cold in here. It's cold. Don't worry about it. I'm gonna turn up the heat.
Daniel: All right.
Jennifer: Oh, you got the toys.
Jennifer: What are you doing with my checkbook?
Jennifer: My checkbook is here. Why?
Roman: Hey, congratulations, Sonny.
[Cheering and laughter]
Sonny: We did it. We're married.
Will: It's a good feeling, isn't it?
Sonny: It's the best.
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