GL Transcript Wednesday 4/29/09

Guiding Light Transcript Wednesday 4/29/09


Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Tanya

Previously, on "Guiding Light"...

Beth: Your father. He's at it again.

Phillip: Well, that's shocking. What now?

Alan: We have to rescue your sister from that buckaroo, Bill Lewis.

Lizzie: I don't think I've felt this carefree since ever.

James: Will you give her this?

Ashlee: Oh, my God, they're plane tickets! We're going to Orlando! (Cheering)

Bill: Lizzie Spaulding, we're all grown up.

Lizzie: And I am all yours.

Bill: You know what you do? Walk over to Portofino.

Lizzie: You know what the worst thing is about Italy?

Bill: Ooh. I'm going to need some help with this one.

Lizzie: It's too far. All that flying, you have to change your money, you spend hours in customs. What's the point?

Bill: Especially when you can do Italy right here in Orlando, right?

Lizzie: And, Italy doesn't have a "Simpsonís" ride!

Bill: Oh, shame!

Lizzie: You know, this reminds me of one of my favorite commercials. You remember the one with the couple in the Piazza in Italy, and then the guy jumps up and yells...

Bill: "I love this woman!"

Lizzie: It's much more embarrassing in person.

Bill: Is there any other commercials I can do for you? Anything from your childhood?

Lizzie: No, we did the childhood thing yesterday. It was everything I could have hoped it to be, and I just want to be with you. Here. Living the life you gave me.

Bill: Doesn't have to end. We've got New York, Universal Studios, Italy-- the adventure can just keep going.

Lizzie: Where are we going next? (Squeals)

Alan: Can you make this thing go any faster?

Beth: Alan, leave him alone!

Alan: Beth, we have some place important to be, and he's driving like we're on a pleasure cruise.

James: It goes from a hotel to a theme park. It is a pleasure cruise.

Alan: I don't think you realize the significance of this trip.

Beth: Yes, we do. We understand that you're trying to make Bill and Lizzieís lives miserable.

Alan: No! I want Elizabeth surrounded by the Spaulding love and support, Beth.

James: Isn't that what she just said?

Alan: Let me ask you something. Doesn't it bother you in the least that she is down here with Bill Lewis trying to relive her youth? I mean, she's trying to erase the Spaulding family.

Beth: No, maybe it's you that she's trying to erase!

Alan: Beth, you don't understand what is going on here.

James: Hey!

Alan: Bill Lewis is try...

James: Back off, Gramps.

Alan: Fine. We're almost there, anyway.

Lizzie: Where are those frozen lemonade guys?

Bill: You know, I don't know, but I could use a pretzel, so if you want to go get a lemonade, I'll get a pretzel, we meet back here in three minutes?

Lizzie: Three minutes?

Bill: I cannot be away from you too long, okay?

(Cell phone rings)

Phillip: Hello?

Bill: Hey, Phillip. It's Bill Lewis.

Phillip: Hey, Bill. What can I do for you?

Bill: Uh, actually, I need something very important. Your daughter's hand in marriage.

Phillip: You... want to ask for my permission to marry Lizzie?

Bill: Well, I know it's a little old-fashioned, but I... I think it would mean a lot to her.

Phillip: Um, are you... are you still alone down there?

Bill: Yeah, yeah, yeah. We're alone here down in Orlando, just having a great time. You should really... you should see Lizzie.

Phillip: Well, I'm glad she's having fun. She deserves it.

Bill: Yes, she does. So... do I have your permission? Because I cannot wait to go forward with...

Lizzie: Go forward with what?

Bill: Hey, hi, Lizzie. You're here! Hey!

Phillip: Yes, Bill. You... you love her. You have my permission to marry my daughter.

Bill: Well, that is great information to have. Thank you.

Lizzie: Going forward with what?

Bill: I just have an action.

Lizzie: Hey, okay. I don't want to talk business. I got you a lemonade.

Bill: I love you.

Ashlee: Sorry, guys. This is no way to start off our trip to Orlando.

Christina: We shouldn't have brought such a big bag. There are two types of luggage, according to travel magazines-- carry on, and lost.

Ashlee: Yeah, thanks.

Daisy: Look, don't worry about it. We'll give it another ten minutes. If it doesn't show up, then we'll go back to the hotel, we'll buy you something.

Ashlee: But Doris is going to kill me! I lost her clothes.

Daisy: She doesn't know that yet. Don't worry. Let's go look again. Come on.

Remy: Hey, uh... excuse me.

Hotel clerk: Hello.

Remy: Hi.

Hotel clerk: Welcome to the Lowes Royal Pacific Resort.

Remy: Have you seen... have you seen three girls?

Hotel clerk: Um... try 3,000. (Laughter)

Remy: Right, uh... okay. One has, like, brownish-reddish hair, curly, long, I guess. And one is blonde, very perky. Very perky. And... and the other is... she's beautiful. She... she has dimples and big, brown eyes.

Hotel clerk: So, she's the one you're after.

Remy: I'm worried about her.

Hotel clerk: I haven't seen them.

Remy: Thank you very much.

Lizzie: What's next?

Bill: Well, you tell me, okay? I want you to pick. I want you to have the perfect day, and I will take care of making tonight special.

Lizzie: Oh, so we're not waiting until date ten?

Bill: We had the day by the pool, we had the day in the park...

Lizzie: That's nine.

Bill: The flight down here. What?

Lizzie: You're counting the flight as a date?

Bill: (Laughs) Well, if it gets me to date ten, yes.

Lizzie: (Laughs)

Bill: So then, you tell me. Tell me what's the perfect day.

Lizzie: Not that. It can't be.

Alan: Let's go up here and see where they are.

Lizzie: What are you doing here?

Alan: Elizabeth, I am so glad that we found you!

Lizzie: What are you doing here?

Beth: Honey, I'm so sorry about this.

James: She is... we are. I'm sorry.

Alan: Look, we heard you were here, and it sounded like a... something that we wanted to be a part of. How are you doing, Bill?

Bill: Alan.

Alan: You know, this is really very charming. It's a great idea you had.

Lizzie: You weren't invited!

Alan: We're family. We don't need a formal invitation, Elizabeth. I brought your mother and James down here because we wanted to have some fun. And we're ready for some fun, so where do we start?

Lizzie: We came here looking for some privacy.

Alan: Privacy in a theme park, Elizabeth?

James: What she's trying to say is they came here to get away from you and the rest of the family.

Bill: Well put.

Alan: You know, I... I think you're missing an opportunity here for something very special.

James: Okay, Gramps, you tried and you got your answer, so why don't we go our separate ways?

Lizzie: You're not going to leave, are you?

Alan: Why... why would I leave? I just arrived.

Beth: Alan, isn't it obvious to you that she doesn't want you here?

Alan: All right. If you don't want to be here in Florida, I've got the jet, I'll fly everyone to Europe, huh?

Lizzie: You're not listening to me! Seriously, what will it take to get through to you?

Bill: Okay, okay, okay. Hold on a second. Alan, why don't you and I just take a little walk?

Lizzie: Bill?

Bill: Yeah, we'll just have a little chat.

Alan: Sure.

Bill: Oh, Alan, Alan. You are not welcome here.

Alan: What do you mean?

Bill: Seriously. How did you think this was going to play out? Did you think you were going to show up, and Lizzie was going to drop all her plans with me and just spend time with dear, old granddad?

Alan: Let me ask you something, Bill. Do you want Elizabeth to truly be happy? Huh?

Bill: Of course, I do.

Alan: Do you want her to be on good terms with the first love of her life-- her family?

Bill: That statement is just all kinds of wrong.

Alan: Bill, you're running. You've always been running. Every time you get around us, you feel like you have to compete. You feel like you don't measure up.

Bill: I don't need to compete with you.

Alan: No, you donít. But you have ever since the beginning. Now, I am not the interloper here, Bill. You are.

Bill: Whatever that means.

Beth: Honey, I am so sorry about this. I'll get Alan out of here as soon as I can.

Lizzie: I just don't understand why he can't just leave things alone.

Beth: Because he's Alan.

Lizzie: Yeah? Why isn't Dad a part of this?

Beth: You know, honey, donít... don't worry about your dad. You just have fun.

Rick: Hey.

Phillip: Hey.

Rick: I got here as quick as I could. What's going on?

Phillip: I need you to cover for me while I go to Florida.

Rick: Thatís... that's funny.

Phillip: No, no. Just until the orderly makes his next pass, okay?

Rick: What's going on?

Phillip: It's important. Bill... Bill took Lizzie down there because he wants to propose to her.

Rick: What?

Phillip: Yeah, but what he doesn't know is that Alan is on his way down there. Heís... he's going to ruin their entire trip. Now I... I thought Beth could probably handle it, but I just don't want to take a chance. I mean, this... this could be her one chance at real happiness, Rick. Now, you and I both know what happens if you let that one get away.

Rick: Do you got a flight?

Phillip: Hour and 20 minutes.

Rick: Then what are you standing here for?

Phillip: Thanks, pal.

Lizzie: Part of me was hoping that he fell into a lake.

Bill: No such luck.

Lizzie: Okay, let's get out of here. Let's go somewhere. Anywhere.

Bill: Lizzie, we can't run, okay? He's only going to find us.

Lizzie: So what are we supposed to do, embrace the monster?

Bill: I think you should spend a little time with your family.

Lizzie: What? By myself?

Bill: Well, look, I... just got to take care of a little something, all right? And then I'll catch up with you later, okay?

Lizzie: What is going on?

Bill: I think Alan is going to love those rides-- especially after a big, old meal. So make sure he gets the full treatment, okay?

Lizzie: Can you just tell me what you're going to do?

Bill: I'm going to kiss you. I will talk to you later, okay?

Lizzie: (Sighs) Okay. Let's go to the park!

Alan: Terrific!

Lizzie: You need that?

Alan: I would love that. Let's go.

Ashlee: I know! Oh, I... do you love palm trees? They make so happy.

Daisy: Mm-hmm, yeah. As long as a coconut doesn't fall on your head.

Ashlee: Okay, okay, they are going to revoke your pass to Orlando if you don't cheer up!

Daisy: I just... I still don't know why I'm here.

Ashlee: You are here to have fun, which is something you've been allergic to for a very long time.

Christina: So when are we going to meet up with James? Are you going to call him?

Daisy: Let's just have fun by ourselves? I don't owe him anything.

Christina: Okay. So once we get to the hotel, what do we want to do first? Pool, shopping, or go to one of the parks?

Ashlee: Parks!

Daisy: Parks!

Christina: Okay, which one-- Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure?

Daisy: Oh, I need an adrenaline rush. I love great, big roller coasters ! Oh, there's a cab. Let's go.

Ashlee: Okay, okay.

Waiter: Can I get you something?

Remy: What? Yeah. Yeah, sure.

Waiter: What would you like me to get for you?

Remy: I would like a beer. Hey, hey, my man. Hey, have you... you seen three girls?

Waiter: Dude, we're at a pool. There are girls everywhere.

Alan: Okay, ladies, where should we start? This looks like fun. Jurassic Park River Adventure. Now that... that sounds interesting.

Lizzie: Did it yesterday.

Alan: Oh, you did, huh? All right, what about the "Sinbad Show?"

Lizzie: Saw it.

Alan: Well, I think we should probably go to another park, then. "Jaws" was one of my favorite movies.

Beth: Oh, that's a big surprise.

Lizzie: Yeah, covered it. Besides, you get wet.

Alan: What haven't you seen, Elizabeth? We're here to be a part of your childhood.

Bill: Hey, uh... excuse me?

Manager: Uh, you're not supposed to be here. Can I help you?

Bill: I hope so. I want to propose to my girlfriend, and I'm hoping that you can help me make it happen.

Manager: Okay.

Bill: Oh! All right, well this is going to be great. This is perfect; she is going to love it.

Manager: Great.

Bill: We will be back in four hours. Four hours and counting.

Lizzie: New York was awesome, but Bill wanted to do something that I had never done before, which was tough. He's so amazing. He came up with this idea of giving me a childhood.

Alan: But you've already had a childhood.

Lizzie: A happy one.

Beth: Relax, Alan, I get it. I think it's great that Bill wanted to do something nice for you like this, and I just think he really loves you.

Alan: You know, I think we should probably go do a ride before Bill gets back.

Beth: Alan.

Alan: Have a little time of family bonding, you know?

Beth: We're going to be here for a few days. There's plenty of time to go on rides.

Alan: Well, this place is pretty amazing. Lots of people. You know, maybe I should open a place like this.

Remy: Hey! Hey.

Lizzie: I...

Remy: Hey, Lizzie, how are you?

Lizzie: Hi.

Remy: Oh, this is weird. Have you seen... have you seen your brother?

Lizzie: Um...

Beth: Oh, too much family bonding. He took off a little while ago.

Remy: Any idea where he went?

Lizzie: Why?

Remy: Well, he's meeting Christina, Daisy, and Ashlee here. He bought them some tickets and put them up in a hotel.

Alan: Wait, wait, wait, wait. Daisy? Daisy Lemay is here?

Remy: That's the one.

Alan: You know, this was supposed to be some family time of us bonding, you know? It's becoming a free for all!

Lizzie: This was supposed to be my vacation.

Beth: Okay, okay. Let's get some food and relax. Everything's going to be fine.

Lizzie: You're right. Granddad, Mom and I are going to go get some food. Why don't you go over there and watch that ride?

Alan: All right.

Lizzie: Granddad?

Alan: Yeah?

Lizzie: What do you want?

Alan: Um... bring me a corny dog and some fries. (Laughter)

Ashlee: Um, excuse me. Could you take a photo of us?

Tourist: Of course.

Ashlee: Do you mind? Here you go. Thanks.

Tourist: Do you want the lighthouse in the background?

Ashlee: Yeah. Yeah, yeah.

Tourist: Okay. Smile!

Ashlee: Thank you so much!

Tourist: There you go.

Daisy: Okay, okay, let's go.

Ashlee: Wait, wait, wait. Okay, here's the thing. We're going to run into James. We are. So... he did pay for all of this.

Christina: Yeah, we need to find him and thank him.

Ashlee: And we need to find him, and when we do, he's going to want to spend time alone with Daisy. So we need to develop signals. Like, one if she wants us to stay, and one if you want us to go.

Christina: You're good at this.

Daisy: Okay, but I'm not going to want you to go.

Ashlee: Okay, well, just in case. One should be, like, uh... scratch your eyebrow if you want us to stay, and then if you happen to want us to go, it could be... I don't know, you could flap your arms like this.

Daisy: Oh, okay. Yeah, yeah. I'll do that. No one will notice.

Ashlee: That... that is true. Someone will notice. Then... then why don't you fold your arms?

Daisy: Okay, fine, whatever.

Ashlee: Oh... oh, look whose here! Oh, wow!

Daisy: You told him where to meet us!

Ashlee: Oh, did I? I forgot. Ooh!

James: Hey! How was the flight?

Ashlee: Oh, it was great.

Christina: Thank you so much for doing this. You didn't have to.

James: You're saving me from family time-- quality family time-- so thank you. You guys were going to go on without me, weren't you?

Daisy: It's not that...

James: Whatever. You don't have to hang out with me if you don't want to, but I do have the express passes.

Ashlee: Oh, we're in!

James: I'm glad you're here.

Daisy: You know, I... I can't be bought with plane tickets and park passes.

James: What if I throw in ice cream and funnel cake?

Daisy: We can talk.

Alan: I'm soaked. I guess I'm not going to be able to go on any rides with you guys after all.

Lizzie: Well, you're ready for all the water rides!

Alan: Water rides.

Lizzie: Yeah, they have all kinds of water rides. They have "Dudley Do-Right's Ripsaw Falls" is a log ride, and "Bilge Rat Barges" is a large inner tube. Big enough for the whole family, and you get wet.

Alan: Well, no one told me about this, and I'm really not dressed to ride those.

Beth: Well, we'll buy you a t-shirt, Alan.

Bill: Hey, guys! Alan, what happened? You're all wet.

Alan: Mm-hmm. Well?

Beth: Feel better?

Alan: I feel dry, and I feel like I look ridiculous.

Bill: Now you're relaxing. It's part of the whole experience.

Lizzie: Yesterday I rode around in a stroller.

Bill: 'Twas a happy childhood.

Alan: Well, now that I fit in with all the other nincompoops, why don't we go do a ride?

Bill: All right, let's start with "Hulk."

Alan: Which one's that? Why don't we start off with something a little slower for Beth?

Bill: All right, I know just the ride.

Beth: So Bill, Lizzie told me all the wonderful things you planned for her yesterday. She had a great time.

Bill: Well, so did I. So did I. Just the beginning, though. Got big plans for today.

Alan: Well, then I'm glad we're here. We can all share in the fun.

Beth: Ooh, Alan, I don't think we want to share in all of the fun. There might be some things they want to do on their own.

Alan: What would they do that they can't do with all of us along, huh?

Bill: Well, this will be great. Lizzie and I didn't get back to this one yesterday. I'll let you hold my hand this time.

Lizzie: (Scoffs)

Announcer: Welcome to "Woodyís Nuthouse Coaster." Please take your seats quickly so we can begin your tour of the nuthouse.

Bill: Oh. You know what? Why don't you two go? Lizzie and I had plenty of fun already, so.

Beth: No. I'm not going on with just... him. (Clears throat)

Bill: All right then, well, it looks like it's just you and me, big Al. Come on! (Sighs) Boy, you're right, Alan, this is great. Family time! Maybe I should call Billy, tell him to come down and join the fun! Oh! (Laughter) Yee! ("Woody Woodpecker" laughing)

Beth: (Laughs)

Bill: Whoo!

Remy: Hey, wait a... wait a second. Have you seen three girls?

Woman: Everywhere!

Remy: (Sighs)


Ashlee: I want to go on the slide again.

Christina: Me, too.

Ashlee: Okay.

Daisy: Okay, don't hit your head again. (Laughter)

James: Hey. I want to take a picture fast. Right now.

Daisy: What? Why?

James: You're laughing! I've never seen it before, and I'll probably never see it again. Now I have proof.

Daisy: I laugh all the time.

James: Liar!

Daisy: I don't laugh that much lately, that's true. But I have a good reason.

James: The loser who dumped you.

Daisy: Grady didn't dump me. It's complicated, okay?

James: You're still hung up on him?

Daisy: No! No, no, no, no.

James: That's a lot of "no's."

Daisy: Itís... it's just that one day he was there, and then the next, he was gone. And it just leaves you open. And you try your best to close it, but then... okay, okay. I'm not going to talk about it anymore.

James: Oh, but I love hearing about girl's ex-boyfriends.

Daisy: You owe me funnel cake.

Ashlee: Oh, my God. There it is. There's the signal. We've got to get out of here.

Christina: Are you sure?

Ashlee: No, no, it is. Look, her arms are crossed, look at them.

Christina: I know, but...

Ashlee: No, no, no. They need some time alone, okay? Hey, Dais? We're going to go...

Christina: Go on a water

James: Come on, come on, let's go. The line's short now.

Daisy: Uh... not this. Let's go on "Dueling Dragons."

James: But the line is short!

Daisy: Yeah, but "Dueling Dragons" would be worth the wait, because it goes upside down.

James: This one's up in the air.

Daisy: Oh, my gosh! You're afraid to go on roller coasters, aren't you?

James: No, I am not.

Daisy: Yes, you are.

Remy: Daisy! Hi! I am... I am so glad to see you. Where's Christina?

Daisy: What are you doing here?

Remy: I needed a break, and I figured this is a good place to go. Hi, I'm Remy Boudreau. I'm... I was married to Christina.

James: Good for you. I'm James.

Daisy: Yeah, um... okay Ash and Christina, they said they were going on a water ride. We're going to meet up with them later.

Remy: Can you call me if you find them?

Daisy: Sure.

Remy: Thank you.

Daisy: Okay.

Remy: Thank you. (Laughter)

Ashlee: Well, I hope Daisy's having a good time.

Christina: I hope she isn't mad at us.

Jackie: Hi, I'm Jackie.

Ashlee: Hi, Ashlee.

Jackie: Are you enjoying your stay here? Is there anything we can do to make it more fun?

Ashlee: Um... I... I don't think so, but thanks for asking.

Jackie: Let me know.

Ashlee: Okay. (Laughter)

Christina: I think I'm about to get dumped.

Ashlee: Oh, no. Just because a guy said hi? No, no, no.

Christina: Yeah, no. I mean, he's cute, and he was definitely hitting on you.

Ashlee: He was not. He was not! He was just making sure that we were having a good time.

Christina: He was just doing his job.

Ashlee: Exactly.

Christina: Uh-huh. Right.

Running in the back of the

gallery section

and headed in the most

obscene direction

the fella comes on up and he

confesses his love for you

everything will be all right

after my connection

oh it's always believable

oh could I get a how 'bout that

oh it's always believable...

Beth: I thought you were just getting a snack, Alan.

Alan: Well, I didn't know what to get, and these things are fantastic. Have you ever had one?

Lizzie: Yeah, we were just eating them.

Alan: I didn't notice, but they're delicious anyway.

Bill: Wait until you try the turkey legs.

Lizzie: You better pace yourself, Granddad. You don't want to be too full when you get on the "Hulk" coaster.

Alan: Is that where we're headed next?

Bill: Well, I think we need something in between the "Woody Woodpecker's Nuthouse" coaster and the "Hulk."

Lizzie: He's right...

Bill: Yeah, yeah.

Lizzie: ...As always. (Laughs)

Bill: All right, I got it. "Men in Black: Alien attack," right?

Beth: Oh, sounds manly! (Laughter)

Bill: I think you'll love it. Especially you, Alan. You get to shoot laser guns, compete against the car next to you.

Alan: Does anyone get hurt?

Bill: A little spinning involved, and you do get to kill robot aliens.

Alan: Oh, then count me in.

Bill: Okay.

Lizzie: Dad?

Phillip: Hey.

Beth: I don't care. I'm so glad you're here!

Phillip: Yeah, I just got in.

Alan: Well, I'm surprised to see you, son.

Phillip: I'll bet you are.

Running in the back of the

gallery section

and headed in the most

obscene direction

the fella comes on up and he

confesses his love for you...

Orderly: Mr. Spaulding? Mr. Spaulding, do you want to join us in the activity room?

Rick: I'm trying to sleep. Do you mind?

Orderly: Sorry.

Rick: Just leave me alone, please. Just... just leave me alone. I'm a grown man. Phillip, you really owe me for this.

Lizzie: We were just about to get on a ride.

Beth: But you just got here. Maybe you want to do something else. Do you need to get something to eat?

Phillip: Uh, you know, actually I could eat. They didn't feed us on the plane.

Alan: I just ate.

Beth: Well, not all of us did, Alan. Why don't we all go get a bite to eat?

Bill: Hmm, okay, yeah.

Phillip: Sound good?

Bill: Um... yeah. We... we have time to eat.

Phillip: Okay, good. Bill, I want to thank you. This was a fantastic idea. Coming down here, bringing Lizzie, getting the whole family together. Alan, isn't this just great?

Alan: Phillip, how'd did you know we were here? How did you find us?

Phillip: Well, Beth told me about the trip yesterday, but it was actually Bill's call this morning that got me down here.

Alan: Really? Well, does anyone know that you're gone?

Phillip: Uh... not yet. I'm receiving some assistance from a doctor friend of mine.

Bill: Phillip, why don't you and I take a walk? We'll get some drinks. You can decide what we're going to eat, okay?

Lizzie: Okay.

Phillip: Yeah, sounds good. (Laughter)

Ashlee: That was the best!

Christina: Your face when the water dumped all over you?

Ashlee: It was refreshing!

Christina: What's next, what's next, what's next?

Ashlee: Uh... I think what's next is a romantic afternoon for two.

Christina: What?

Remy: Hey, girls! So what ride got you?

Ashlee: "Bilge Rat Barges."

Remy: You had fun, huh?

Ashlee: Yeah.

Christina: What... what are you doing here?

Remy: I came to make sure you guys were okay-- especially you.

Ashlee: That is so sweet, isn't it, Christina?

Remy: So there's this human blow-dryer around the corner. Want to go there?

Ashlee: Yeah, yeah, oh, yeah, go. She drenched, she's cold. She needs it.

Christina: Are you sure it's all right?

Ashlee: Yes, yeah. I'll be fine. We'll all catch up later.

Remy: Thank you, Ashlee. I owe you dinner.

Jackie: You got wet, huh?

Ashlee: Uh... it's just a little water.

Jackie: Come here.

Ashlee: It was fun.

Jackie: Listen, I'm on lunch in a little while. Maybe I'll see you?

Ashlee: Maybe you will.

So hold me close you got to know I've got six good reasons why

and I feel like it's so criminal let's get cynical

one more spirit will lead me to you and I'll be drowning in your lies

I couldn't get you out of this even if I try.

I've got six good reasons why I'll be dressed to kill

you can be my thrill tonight.

Daisy: Okay, okay, that wasn't bad, right? Now let's go on a coaster.

James: Um... I... I never got you that funnel cake I owed you.

Daisy: Oh, you are so busted. You are afraid of roller coasters. I'm going to post it on your web page.

James: You... you can't.

Daisy: I am, I am. Okay, well then, come on a roller coaster with me, and when it snaps your picture, you can post that instead.

James: We should... we should eat first.

Daisy: No, we really shouldn't. Especially you. Come on, I dare you! I dare you to go on a roller coaster with me! Come on. I will take care of you.

Bill: Well, I'm so glad you're here, because Alan has been such a pain in my butt.

Phillip: Yeah, well, it was a little tricky, but I managed it. Oh, Alan had me locked up in Ravenwood.

Bill: How did you get out?

Phillip: Probably better not to say.

Bill: Hmm. Fair enough.

Phillip: Yeah, sounded like there was the potential for a great deal of happiness down here, and I wanted to make sure that it actually happened.

Bill: Well, I'm glad you're here, because it gives me a chance to ask you in person.

Phillip: You already asked me, and I already said yes.

Bill: I know, I know, but I just... I want to do it right. I want to do it right.

Phillip: Okay.

Bill: Here's the thing, Phillip. I've never met anyone like your daughter, you know? She's this tiny, sweet-looking girl, but she is a powerhouse. (Laughs) A powerhouse who believed in me when no one else did. Forgave me when I know I didn't deserve it. She loved me when I needed it most. I've wasted so much time not appreciating what I had, and I... I didn't treat her right. But I promise you, I will never do that again. Phillip, I want to spend the rest of my life with Lizzie. There is not a doubt in my mind. I love her. So I want to ask you, right here, do I have your permission to marry your daughter?

Phillip: Yes. You officially... you officially have my permission. Not that you need it.

Bill: I know, but thank you. It's official now. Thank you so much, because as of now, I only have two hours and 17 minutes until it's time.

Phillip: Time for what?

Bill: Well, I arranged something special for Lizzie at the "Sinbad Show," something she said she that wanted, but I'm afraid with Alan being here, he'll ruin it.

Phillip: Oh, well, he usually finds a way to do that.

Alan: Beth, it's time for us to take action. Bill is gaining more and more control over Elizabeth, and now he has pulled Phillip into his fold. Now, what I suggest we do is separate them so that they're not riding anymore rides together.

Beth: Does this make you happy? Ruining their fun?

Alan: You know, I don't think you understand the gravity of this situation.

Beth: They are at a theme park!

Alan: Yes, I know they are. I'm talking about all of this. I'm talking about Bill's influence on Elizabeth, I'm talking about James' utter contempt of this family, and it's all because of Phillip coming back. I mean, nothing would make Bill happier than if...

Lizzie: I can hear you! I can... look. No one invited you here, Granddad. If you're not having a good time, why don't you just go home?

This is the bread of a friendship with their mothers and their fathers there before us...

Next, on "Guiding Light,"

Ashlee: Bill is going to ask Lizzie to marry him.

Bill: Keep Alan away from the "Sinbad Show," so he doesn't ruin the surprise.

Daisy: Hey you, what's going on?

Ashlee: I have big news. You guys have to go to the "Sinbad Show."

Bill: I am so glad that everyone could be here. It's such a surprise.

Ashlee: I just love this. I can't wait.

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