General Hospital Transcript Monday 6/23/86
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(Frisco serenades Felicia as they’re married at the brownstone; Sean arranges a special wedding night for the newlyweds; Alan tries to catch Sean and Monica having an affair; Anna is intrigued by Port Charles newcomer, Duke Lavery.)
Alan: What have you got, chuck?
Chuck: Now, you were right, dr. Quartermaine. I talked to the waiter. Sean Donely's preparing himself quite a honeymoon in there. They even installed a Moroccan tent in the middle of the living room. They got food, champagne, caviar, music. They've even got a couple of potted palm trees.
Alan: A bit unusual to be planning a honeymoon before the wedding, isn't it?
Man: All right. Let's go. Let's go, people. Move it, move it, move it.
Ruby: Oh, oh, oh.
Man: How we doing?
Jimmy Lee: Great.
Man: The honor guard, as promised.
Jake: Ladies and gentlemen, please be seated. The wedding will begin now.
Reverend: Are we sure about that?
Frisco: I guarantee it, reverend.
Lila: How exciting, dear. Police sirens and everything.
Edward: Get your hanky out, darling. The ceremony's about to begin.
Reverend: Dearly beloved, we are gathered here in the presence of god to join this man and this woman in holy marriage.
Max: Come on. Let's get moving.
Chuck: I think that's max the waiter. I talked to him earlier. I told him that I was a neighbor.
Alan: What happens if he locks the door? How do we get in?
Chuck: Don't worry. You'll leave that to me, doctor. But you stay right here. Hi, hi. [Indistinct] Hi, hi. Hello there, max. Hello again.
Max: Ah, yes, sir.
Chuck: Yeah, how are ya? Hey, listen, what is that music I hear coming from the, uh, penthouse?
Max: Yes, sir.
Chuck: I tell you, max, is this gonna be a big party or what?
Max: No, not a big party at all, sir. It's just for two people. A matter of fact, you probably won't hear anything in your penthouse.
Chuck: Oh, that's good. But listen, I don't mind, you know? Because, I tell you the truth, I really am in favor of true love, you know what I mean?
Max: Uh, it's just like a Hollywood fantasy in there.
Chuck: Well, I want to wish this happy couple all the best in the world, max.
Reverend: Andrew Jones, do you take Felicia Cummings to be your lawful wedded wife? And do you pledge your troth to her in all love and honor, in all faith and tenderness, to live with her and cherish her according to the ordinance of god in the holy bond of marriage?
Frisco: I will.
Reverend: Felicia Cummings... do you take Andrew Jones to be your lawful wedded husband, and will you pledge your troth to him in all love and honor, in all duty and service, in all faith and tenderness, to live with him and cherish him according to the ordinance of god in the holy bond of marriage?
Felicia: I will.
Reverend: Who gives this woman to be married to this man?
Sean: I do.
Reverend: Repeat after me, please. I, Andrew, take you, Felicia, to be my wedded wife.
Frisco: I, Andrew, take you, Felicia, to be my wedded wife.
Reverend: And I do promise and covenant before god and these witnesses...
Frisco: And I do promise and covenant before god and all these witnesses...
Reverend: To be your loving and faithful husband.
Frisco: To be your loving and faithful husband.
Reverend: In plenty and in want, in joy and in sorrow, in sickness and in health.
Frisco: In plenty and in want, in joy and in sorrow, in sickness and in health.
Reverend: As long as we both shall live.
Frisco: As long as we both shall live.
Reverend: Please repeat after me. I, Felicia, take you, Andrew, to be my wedded husband.
Felicia: I, Felicia, take you, Andrew, to be my wedded husband.
Reverend: And I do promise and covenant before god and these witnesses....
Felicia: And I do promise and covenant before god and all these witnesses...
Reverend: To be your loving and faithful wife.
Felicia: To be your loving and faithful wife.
Reverend: In plenty and in want, in joy and in sorrow, in sickness and in health.
Felicia: In plenty and in want, in joy and in sorrow, in sickness and in health.
Reverend: As long as we both shall live.
Felicia: As long as we both shall live.
Reverend: The rings, please. The wedding band is a circle with no beginning and no end. It is a symbol of the love between a husband and a wife that will last until the end of time. Within this circle of love, Andrew and Felicia will be blessed with a new awareness of each other as two people become one in the eyes of god and man. They will cleave one to the other and put each first in all love and faithfulness, learning that to love is to set each other free to realize all your goals and dreams. Andrew, as you place this ring upon Felicia's finger, repeat after me. With this ring, I thee wed.
Felicia: With this ring... I thee wed.
Reverend: Felicia. As you put this ring upon Andrew's finger, repeat after me. With this ring, I thee wed.
Felicia: With this ring, I thee wed.
Reverend: By the authority vested in me, I pronounce Andrew Jones and Felicia Cummings husband and wife according to the ordinance of god and the laws of this state. Whom god hath joined together, let no man put asunder. The lord bless you and keep you, and make his face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you, and give you peace both now and in the life everlasting. Amen. You may kiss the bride. Ladies and gentlemen, I have the honor to present to you Mr. and Mrs. Jones.
[Wedding March from "Midsummer Night's Dream" by Mendelssohn plays]
Frisco: Well, we did it! We're married!
Frisco: Mmm. Mrs. Jones.
Felicia: What did you say?
Frisco: Mrs. Jones.
Felicia: Say it again.
Frisco: Mrs. Jones.
Felicia: [Giggles] I love it.
Maria: Darling, you were absolutely beautiful. Oh, are you happy?
Felicia: I've never been happier in my entire life.
Frisco: Ohh, thank you, Maria.
Tony: You finally got your act together. Congratulations, brother.
Maria: Now, come on. Let's have--let's get this reception line started.
[All talking at once]
Tania: All right.
Maria: Now, all right, my darling, you stand right here.
Maria: And Frisco on the other side.
Frisco: All right.
Bobbie: Ohh! Was that a wedding or was that a wedding?
Frisco: How do we ever thank you, Bobbie?
Quite a guy.
Bobbie: Well, you just have to thank all the cops' wives and Sean and Monica, 'cause we couldn't have done it without them.
Jake: All the best wishes.
Frisco: Thanks, buddy.
Jake: I can't think of anybody who deserves it more.
Frisco: Thank you.
Bobbie: I've never seen a more beautiful bride, Felicia. And you really made the dream come true. You've made the brownstone a place of warmth and love and laughter and happiness again.
Felicia: Thanks for believing in us so we could make it happen.
Bobbie: Are you kidding? I have never had more fun in my entire life.
Felicia: Don't you think upstairs looks like a big garden?
Bobbie: It looks gorgeous.
Ok, that's enough. It's my turn.
Jake: I hardly had a moment here.
Robin: Did I toss the petals right?
Felicia: You were perfect.
Maria: Uh, yeah. Sure.
Frisco: Uh, excuse me. Could we have a little round of applause for our flower girl here?
Duke: I thought you were the bride when you came down those stairs.
Robin: Uncle duke!
Duke: Hey! My little lady. You will promise me the first dance?
Robin: Well, I'm a member of the wedding, so I have to talk to people first.
Duke: Oh, you're right. I understand.
Robin: But I promise, you're the first one I'll dance with.
Duke: I'm gonna hold you to that promise. You know, you should take a lesson from your daughter on how to handle a man.
Anna: Perhaps I should, yeah.
Felicia: Thank you.
Frisco: Thank you, ruby.
Ruby: Oh, you sweet thing.
Frisco: Thank you so much.
Felicia: Thank you, Dan.
Dan: Do I get to kiss the bride?
Frisco: It's your last chance, buddy.
Dan: Ohh. Thank you.
Maria: Well, I don't think so, no.
Ginny: I wanted to cry but I didn't. It was wonderful.
Frisco: How about this little bride of mine, huh? Isn't she the best?
Rick: Congratulations. I just wish you the--the very best.
Frisco: Thank you. Thanks a lot.
Felicia: I'm glad you could come today, Duke.
Duke: My pleasure.
Frisco: Thank you.
Beautiful wedding. Just lovely. Really enjoyed it.
Frisco: Ah! Chief!
Frisco: Thank you, sir.
Burt: You have a very fine-looking young officer there, Mrs. Jones.
Felicia: Thank you, and say "Mrs. Jones" again.
Burt: Mrs. Jones.
Felicia: I can't get used to that.
Burt: Excuse me. Anna. Anna? Can I talk to you for a minute?
Burt: Well, you were right. Duke Lavery is here.
Anna: Yes, I know. Felicia invited him.
Burt: I still don't understand inviting an ex dock worker and now a bar owner to this wedding.
Anna: Well, I'm sure there are many sides to our Mr. Lavery.
Burt: Well, I'd like to know a little more about the side with the lawyer with mob connections.
Anna: See, but I just don't want to get into anything with duke today that would put a pall on this beautiful reception.
Burt: Just if you get a chance, Anna. That's all I ask.
Anna: All right, if I get a chance, I'll talk to him. I will. Will. I'll talk to him.
Tony: Excuse me, everybody, could I have your attention, please? And I promise this is not gonna be a speech, all right? Are you ready, Tania?
Tony: All right. A wedding day is full of special moments. And this is one of those moments. Hit it, Tania.
Tony: This is a very special song for Frisco and Felicia.
Tony: And I just hope he knows what he's supposed to do.
Better get going with the tones.
Frisco: When everyone goes home I'm left standing here on a stage alone where shadows paint the scene where spotlights used to fall and now it's like a dream did it happen after all? Then I see you there in silent silhouette glow of your cigarette is like a shooting star lady of my heart tell me who you are you've waited in the dark and I need you with me lady, please reveal what you want is real can I touch, can I feel... I listen to the cheers I guess I've had my share but I was never sure was it you out there? You've always been the one...
Monica: Well...young love just gets to me.
Sean: Those two have a wonderful surprise waiting for them. The penthouse should be ready about now.
Frisco: And dream you into my life lady of my heart tell me who you are I need to know you're there
Chuck: The coast is clear.
Alan: I can see that. You're a genius. I've never seen anything like this.
Chuck: I've never seen anything like it, either.
Alan: Oh, how could Monica have fallen for something like this? What a dummy. Look at this. Look at this. Grapes everywhere. Fresh grapes. I'm surprised he didn't have them peeled for her.
Chuck: Wow! 1969. You know, when this Sean Donely does something, he really does it right.
Alan: Well, I'm gonna tell you something. This happy couple is in for a big shock tonight.
Lila: Have you ever tasted such delicious food? I'm proud to say that I did the mayonnaise myself. Who did those gorgeous flowers?
Bobbie: Sean and Monica did.
Ruby: And these beautiful plates Sam's in-laws brought.
Bobbie: And the glassware and the linen. All of you, you've all been wonderful. It's a real brownstone police department affair.
Woman: It's a real family affair, right?
Lila: I'm going to stay right here and make sure there's an even flow to the buffet.
Duke: I'm having a hard time catching up with you at this party. You look lovely in your bridesmaid's dress.
Anna: Thank you.
Duke: I watched you during the ceremony. You know, you had a faraway look in your eyes. It was quite lovely, really.
Anna: I was thinking about another time, actually, another place. Another ceremony.
Duke: I understand.
Anna: Mm-mmm. No, you couldn't possibly. Actually, I wanted to talk to you today.
Duke: Oh, dear. You're getting that police tone in your voice again, lady.
Anna: Oh, dear. Am I?
Anna: I wanted to ask you about the lawyer. The lawyer that you used to get angel Moran out of jail. Now, I have since discovered that that man has some very shady connections.
Duke: He is the best lawyer in new York city. I only get the best.
Anna: Um, Mr. Lavery, um, that doesn't actually answer my question.
Duke: Lawyers are not responsible for the clients that they get.
Anna: Oh, no, I don't agree with that at all.
Duke: You are a friend of Jake Meyers?
Anna: Yes, but that doesn't have anything to do with what we're talking about.
Duke: Jake Meyers did get Kevin O'Connor off on a murder rap. I mean, it's been alleged that the young man was a murderer, no?
Anna: That's not the same.
Duke: And if you want to continue along this line of guilt by association, then I really must mention your friend Sean Donely. I mean, he really is not the sort of person the police chief should be involved with, from his past history. But I won't press it. I'll just let you think about it. Excuse me.
Burt: Well, Anna, Lavery? What the--what is it?
Anna: Mr. Lavery is either very devious or very clever. The question is which.
Sean: What are you looking at?
Anna: Oh! Oh, Sean, you startled me.
Sean: You seem very absorbed. Who are you watching, robin or duke Lavery?
Anna: Both of them.
Sean: I met Lavery. Very interesting man.
Anna: Mm-hmm. Yeah. I suppose.
Sean: Sort of a glint in your eye, huh?
Amy: Come on downstairs, everybody. The bride and groom are getting ready to cut the cake. Come on.
Alan: Holy smoke. Nah, it's cotton. It's a fake. What is this?
Chuck: Now that looks like a safe.
Alan: I wonder what's in it. You think maybe you could open it?
Chuck: I don't know. This is a fairly sophisticated one.
Alan: You know, my father and I, we've been trying to get something on Donely for months.
Chuck: Of course, I know that.
Alan: Well, the answer could be in there. Would you like to try and open it?
Chuck: I don't know. I can give it a try.
Alan: Go ahead, try, try, but don't take too long. You know, that reception isn't going to go on forever.
Maria: Make a wish. Make a wish now.
Frisco: We're wishing.
Maria: All right.
Oh, isn't that lovely?
Frisco: Do the middle part here.
Frisco: All right, push it.
Look at that.
Frisco: Ok. You want the one with the icing? Of course. So I'll give you that one. Oh, are you gonna love this.
Maria: Oh, my! [Laughs]
Jake: Watch that guy.
Maria: Be kind.
Frisco: That's good cake!
Tony: All right, all right, everybody, get something in your glasses. Champagne, soda, water. There's gonna be a toast here soon.
Jake: All right? Try to get it all filled up here?
Maria: No, thanks, I'm just fine. Thank you.
Tania: I got it.
Tony: All right, so everybody ready?
Maria: All right.
Tony: A toast to the bride and the groom. And this is not just a happy day for Frisco and Felicia. But it's a very happy day for Tania and myself, because we welcome a lovely girl to our family, who will soon become an aunt and a godmother... and to my brother, whom everybody knows how much I love him.
Tony: I couldn't wish anything more than he have Felicia. To their happiness.
Everyone: Hear, hear! Hear, hear!
Maria: Yes. Ha ha ha.
Tony: And now, I defer to Maria.
Maria: Oh, dear. Well, I welcome Frisco and his family to my family. I've known for a long time about what a good man Frisco is. And I know that Felicia couldn't have done better. I've prayed for this. And my prayers have been answered. Frisco and my dearest Felicia.
Everyone: Hear, hear!
Frisco: Hear, hear!
Bobbie: Could I see you two a minute, please?
Bobbie: I don't know if you two have made any plans, but you could probably disappear right about now.
Felicia: Oh, we can't go away right now.
Frisco: Yeah. But got a great room at the port Charles hotel.
Sean: Now, there's a car waiting at the front door to whisk you both away to fantasyland.
Frisco: Do you know what he's talking about.
Felicia: No. You know, I have to be at work at 9:00 in the morning.
Burt: And, Frisco, don't forget, you have to be on the beat at 9:00 in the morning with Vince.
Sean: Don't worry, he'll be there on time.
Burt: Ok. Ok.
[Knock on door]
Felicia: Frisco, hey, come on. Everybody's downstairs. They're waiting to throw rice at us and--
Frisco: Come here, you. Never again. You're never leaving this apartment ever again. I have you all to myself.
Felicia: Oh, honey, I love idea, but we can't. The rice.
Frisco: Sweetheart, it's been a long time. 3 weeks. 3 weeks is a long time for a passionate man such as myself.
Felicia: Yes, and I've been so lonely for you, too.
Frisco: Never again, ok? Never.
Felicia: Never again.
Felicia: And you've been so sweet about everything. To think I canceled the wedding 24 hours ago. I mean, I canceled everything--
Frisco: No, now, you have been forgiven. I forgive you. I don't want to talk about 24 hours ago, I just want to think about right now. Right now, tonight, me, you, together tonight. I can't stop talking to you.
Felicia: Will I do it?
Frisco: I love you.
Felicia: I love you.
Frisco: You looked so beautiful coming down the stairs. Just breathtaking. I'll never forget that moment.
Felicia: Is it real? Has it really happened? Are we really married now?
Frisco: I don't know. I have no idea. The minister said we were, so we are. Let's just stay here, ok?
Felicia: Everybody--everybody will come up here to get us.
Frisco: They wouldn't dare.
Felicia: Oh, yes, they would. Besides, I have one more thing that we have to do.
Frisco: Before it's legal?
Felicia: I still have to toss the wedding bouquet. And you still have to toss the garter.
Frisco: Then it's gonna be ok?
Felicia: Then it's gonna be you and me.
Frisco: Just the two of us?
Felicia: Just the two of us.
Chuck: There's not much in there.
Alan: Well, get it out. Let's have a look at it. That's it.
Alan: Holy smoke, it's a Swiss bank account.
Chuck: Pull yourself together, doctor, you're turning red.
Alan: Will you look a the size of this deposit in here. That's practically the exact same amount of money that my father and I lost.
Chuck: All right, so what are we gonna do about it?
Alan: Here, hold that. I'm gonna write down the number of this account. This is going to prove that Donely fleeced us. I'll tell you what. If I ever had reason to hate that man before, I sure hate him now.
Chuck: All right, all right. Well, just pull yourself together, because we still have to find a place to hide.
Alan: Will you do something to help me, then? Go on, put that back in there. I could just kill that Donely.
Chuck: Let me see. Where should we--
Alan: I can't want to see the photos of all this. Where do you think we ought to hide?
Chuck: How about--yeah, yeah, out on the terrace.
Alan: Ok, fine. On the terrace. Let's go.
Chuck: Just relax, doctor. Relax.
Alan: I just need a little air. I haven't been well.
Chuck: All right, now, this is a good spot. And from out here we can watch everything that's going on. And then at the right moment...
Alan: We get 'em.
Chuck: What was that?
Alan: I think it was the lock clicking.
Chuck: Oh, doctor, you've locked us out.
Robin: Ok, everybody. They're coming down.
Everyone: Oh, yeah.
Bobbie: Everybody line up. She should throw the bouquet.
I think it's my turn.
Amy: No, it's my turn.
Here they come.
You look lovely.
Uh, ok. Who's it gonna be?
Felicia: Uh, grandma!
Felicia: Tania. Fat Tania. Pregnant Tania.
Felicia: Ok, ready?
Do it, do it.
Jake: Throw it.
Here we go.
Catch it, Sam.
[All cheering as Anna catches the bouquet]
Jake: Ok, Frisco, your turn. Throw the garter.
For the guys.
[All talking at once]
Jake: Here we go.
And the pitch.
Anna: Well, you certainly seem to have conquered port Charles. Especially the ladies.
Duke: Not all, I'm afraid.
Anna: I find it, um, sort of unusual, your interest in the mayor's committee.
Anna: Well, the [Indistinct], I mean--
Duke: My background?
Anna: Yes, your background is rather shady.
Duke: Is there anything wrong with me coming out of the shadows to do something for the city where I live? Something good?
Duke: You have reservations?
Anna: Well, yes, it's part of my job. You see, I have to be sure that no one does this city or its citizens any harm.
Duke: Well, I really would like to discuss this further, but I don't like to keep a lady waiting. Excuse me.
[Dance music playing]
Sean: I wish I could see Felicia and Frisco's faces when they walked into my penthouse.
Monica: I'd give anything--anything.
Sean: We're not quite alone here, but almost.
Monica: No, I can still feel Edward's eyes drilling right in the back of my head.
Sean: Mmm. I can feel a warm spot sort of building up on mine, too.
Monica: Listen, Sean, with my divorce trial coming up, I've got to be so very careful.
Sean: Are you telling me we won't be able to see one another until after the trial?
Monica: Ohh. Oh, I'd hate saying that.
Sean: Then don't.
Monica: Then we have to be terribly discreet.
Sean: You're so right, darling.
Sean: Edward, old boy. Oh, well, danger does bring a little zest into your life, doesn't it?
Monica: The zest I don't need.
Sean: Ahh, come join us, Edward. Yeah, fancy running into you.
Monica: Yes, very fancy.
Sean: You've just come upon two friends who were about to toast the newlyweds. Would you care for some champagne?
Edward: Uh, well... [Stammering] Actually, I have some very pressing business, and I'm sure you do, too, so, I won't detain you.
Edward: And have a very pleasant evening. [Laughing]
Monica: I know that chuckle. I know that chuckle. I hate that chuckle. That is the chuckle I have heard very often, and it is only when he and Alan are plotting something.
Felicia: Sean's penthouse.
Frisco: Yeah. Yes, this is a surprise, huh?
Man: Open sesame.
Frisco: Aha! This is the surprise.
Felicia: It's an Arabian tent.
Frisco: Look at the pillows.
Felicia: Look at this, Frisco. It's like a--a harem or something.
Frisco: The fruit. Check out the fruit in it.
Felicia: What--what are you laughing at now?
Frisco: This whole--the day and me and you. We're married and--and now this? I mean.
Felicia: Imagine just Sean doing this for us.
Felicia: [Whispering] Wow.
Frisco: Look at this.
Frisco: You're supposed to wear that?
Felicia: Would I dare?
Frisco: Well, yeah, sure, you'd dare.
Felicia: Well, I'll tell you what. I'll wear this if you wear this.
Frisco: Me? Wear this?
Felicia: Me? Wear this?
Frisco: Well, yeah. Yeah! Let's get in this stuff. I mean, this is what it's about. Let's take the whole fantasy all the way, ok?
Felicia: All right. Let's change.
Frisco: And then, um, on with the honeymoon?
Felicia: All right.
Alan: [Whispering] I hear laughter in there. They've got to be in there.
Chuck: [Whispering] Yeah, I hear them, too.
Alan: I can't see anything. The tent's in the way.
Chuck: No, but I can make out some shadows. There's a man and a woman inside that tent.
Alan: Well, it's gotta be Monica and Sean coming back from the reception to start their so-called honeymoon. Let's go.
Chuck: We can't because you locked us out.
Alan: I don't care how we get in there, but we're gonna get in there and we're gonna get some pictures of the two of them together. Do you hear me?
Chuck: All right, all right.
Alan: All right.
[Soft music playing]
Duke: Miss Devane?
Anna: Hmm? Oh.
Duke: I hate to tear myself away, but I have to go back to work.
Anna: Oh, I see. [Indistinct] That lawyer friend of yours.
Duke: Oh, you really look on the dark side of things, don't you?
Anna: Yes, well, it helps avoid unpleasant surprises.
Duke: Actually, I'm going to do some work on my presentation for the mayor's committee tomorrow.
Anna: You're quite serious about that, aren't you?
Duke: You're surprised?
Anna: You bet I am, yes.
Duke: Well, you see, if I'm going to be spending more time in port Charles, I really feel as if I should get more involved in the--all projects involving the waterfront.
Anna: Ohh. I'd be quite interested to hear you have to say.
Duke: Now, that sounded like the woman talking, then I'm very flattered.
Anna: But it isn't.
Duke: Then I'm... alert. Good night.
Anna: Good night. [Scoffs]
Duke: Good night.
Anna: Good night.
Duke: Bye-bye and thanks.
Bobbie: Ok, no more work. I'm calling all of the clean-up to a halt.
[All talking at once]
Jake: Yeah, who is cleaning up all of this mess?
Tony: Sit down.
Bobbie: You are, Jake.
Jake: We are?
Bobbie: You have to help.
Jake: All right, I'll supervise.
Maria: Oh, geez, yes. My goodness. Oh, that feels great. Anna, dear, I don't know if you ever take a vacation, but if you do, oh, it would make me so happy to have you and robin as my guests at the hacienda. Someday very soon.
Anna: Oh, we would love that.
Tania: Anna, it is so wonderful down there. I can't even tell you. Tony and I went down there for our honeymoon.
Maria: You did.
Tony: I'll never forget it.
Tania: It was great.
Anna: Oh, we'd love to, thank you.
Bobbie: I wonder what kind of a honeymoon surprise Sean has planned for Frisco and Felicia?
Frisco: Getting a little warm in here.
Felicia: You want to come to the casbah with me?
Frisco: Too many people.
Felicia: Any suggestions?
Frisco: Huh. Yeah, I got plenty of suggestions. Here. I, uh... poured a little champagne. My hand's shaking. I wonder why.
Felicia: Mine is too, but I know why.
Frisco: [Coughs] So, wanna come and check out my view? Hmm?
Frisco: I think I like the view a lot better in here. You, uh... like my tent?
Felicia: You sheiks are all the same.
Frisco: [Scoffs] Who needs champagne, huh?
Alan: Ha ha!
Chuck: Ha ha!
Frisco: Alan Quartermaine? What the? Would you mind telling me what you're doing here?
Alan: Uh, yes. Well, uh, would you tell them what we're doing here? Well, I didn't get invited to the wedding, so I thought that I would just come to the honeymoon to wish you the very best of luck. I hope you'll be very, very happy. You too.
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