Guiding Light Transcript Thursday 7/2/09
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Previously on "Guiding Light"...
Alan: An island off the Caribbean. I have friends who are owners. The jet is all set. We'll be leaving tomorrow morning.
Phillip: I think he was going to go to the barbecue with me.
Beth: There's next year.
Phillip: Next year's not good enough.
Olivia: I was just picturing the look on people's faces when we show up at the barbecue together.
Doctor: The blood tests confirmed that you are pregnant. Congratulations, Miss Rivera.
(Patriotic music playing)
Phillip: Am I going to have to come in every day for this shot?
Lillian: No, which is lucky for you. Since you don't want people seeing you come to the hospital every day. Since you don't want to tell the family that you're... that you only have three more months to live.
Phillip: I mean, I am going to tell them.
Lillian: When, honey?
Phillip: I don't know. Not today. It's the fourth of July. "Hey, everybody, I'm dying," isn't exactly the way you want to start the holiday.
Lillian: No, it isn’t.
Phillip: I just want to enjoy this day with my friends and with my family. I want to have a nice, normal, happy holiday.
Lillian: Whatever that means.
Phillip: Well, in my family, it usually means some big explosion, but you know, Alan’s not here this year so maybe that won't happen.
Lillian: No, no, no. Alan always says he's not going to the Bauer barbecue and he always ends up coming.
Phillip: Yeah, but not this year. He's taking James on a business trip to the Caribbean with him. The jet's probably already fired up. No, this year it's just me and my girls. It's Beth and Lizzie and Emma and you.
Lillian: In that case, maybe I better get to work and get you all fired up so you can go over and fire up the grill at Rick’s.
Blake: Look, some traditions just never die. You've got your three-legged race, Michelle’s apple pie and Rick setting fire to the grill.
Rick: I'm cleaning it, Blakey. It's part of my process.
Blake: I don't think so.
Rick: I think so.
Rick: I'm a master griller.
Rick: Hey. Hey, guys.
Frank: You're not planning on burning any burgers again this year, are you?
Rick: No, my burgers are never burned, buddy. Never.
Daisy: We saw flames from the car.
Rafe: Where do you want the stuff at?
Blake: Oh, inside. The cold stuff in the fringe and the rest of it on the table in the living room. Frank... I'm sorry. Daisy, would you help me with the table cloths?
Frank: No, no, no, actually, I'll do that, Blakey. These guys have to get another load.
Blake: You would? Oh, gee, thanks, Frankie.
Bill: Hey, hey! What's going on? What's going on?
Frank: Hey. What's up guys?
Bill: Smells like burnt rubber over there. What's going on?
Rick: Yeah, happy fourth to you, too.
Blake: You look loaded down.
Lizzie: Well, we have been working on the games all week. We are game-ready.
Rick: Thanks for getting that, Lizzie. I appreciate it.
Lizzie: Oh, no problem. But we've been practicing. No one is going to beat us at that three-legged race.
Rick: No, no. Now that Phillip’s back in town, you're going to go down. You're going down. It's called long legs and good looks, baby.
Lizzie: I'm saying.
Bill: Oh, oh!
Phillip: Thanks, Lillian.
Lillian: Sweetie, I understand you don't want to tell your whole family, but don't you want someone to know. I mean, someone like Beth?
Phillip: You know.
Lillian: That's not the same.
Phillip: That's the way it has to be. For today.
Lillian: Well, then I think today you should have your whole family around you at the Bauer barbecue. You should call Alan and tell him to cancel that trip.
Phillip: Yeah, because telling Alan what to do always works out so well.
Lillian: Why does he have to ruin everything?
Phillip: I would really, really love to have James there with me today. But I don't want to be angry and upset all day. It's my last fourth of July.
Lillian: I just can't believe this is happening.
Phillip: I know. But it is. So you know what? I'm going to go over to my best friend's house, and I'm going to eat a hot dog. And I'm going to enjoy the last Bauer barbecue. I'll see you there.
Bill: I just realized it's going to be my last Independence Day.
Rick: Why would you say that? There's always next year.
Bill: Well, next year I will no longer be independent. I will have my Bill little ball and chain right here.
Rick: There you go. There you go.
Lizzie: Ball and chain? You called me ball and chain. You really called me that. That's nice. That's nice, right?
Bill: Very sexy. Very sexy ball and chain.
Blake: I remember that feeling.
Rick: I'm feeling it right now.
Blake: Oh, Rick. Rick.
Rick: Don't fight the feeling.
Rick: Do not...
Blake: Rick, Rick. Frank, Frank, would you do something? Would you please do something?
Frank: Hey, Rick. Watch out, man. She knows karate, buddy. She'll beat your butt.
Rick: So, so pretty. (Laughter)
Frank: Hey, you guys. One more load. Go get it before everybody shows up, okay?
Daisy: All right. I have to clear this stuff out of the car first.
Rafe: That's not cool, man.
Frank: Hey, Rafe, Rafe.
Frank: Hold up for a second. What's going on, man? What's up with you?
Rafe: Nothing, it's just my first fourth of July without my mom. It's whatever.
Frank: She'll be here, okay? Everybody in this town shows up at this party.
Rafe: I know, I know. It's just... she's going to come with Olivia and it's going to be weird. I don't know if I want to deal with that. I'm going to help Daisy.
Emma: Are you ready yet? I don't want to miss the games.
Olivia: The barbecue hasn't started yet. We have to wait for Natalia, too. Right?
Emma: Can I go now and then you guys can come later?
Olivia: How are you going to get there?
Emma: Oh, on the bus.
Olivia: I don't think so.
Emma: Why are you so smiley?
Olivia: Because this is going to be a great day. A very special day for our family.
Olivia: Hi, it's me. You almost ready?
Emma: I'm going to wait outside.
Olivia: No, we're not leaving yet. She's probably flagging down the bus. She's really climbing the walls trying to get to this barbecue. I hope we can sit her down long enough to talk to her. You nervous? Natalia, are you there?
Natalia: I'm here.
Olivia: I'm here, too. And pretty soon, we'll be together.
Natalia: I'm so sorry, Olivia, I'm just running a little late.
Olivia: You're not sick again, are you?
Natalia: No, I'm fine. I can meet you guys at the Bauer’s.
Olivia: Wait, wait, I wanted... I thought we were going to talk to Emma.
Natalia: Well, you know, you said she's in a rush to get there, and I really don't want her missing out on anything just because of me.
Olivia: No, but I really want to talk to her before we show up together.
Natalia: Well, we can't show up together if I'm running late.
Olivia: Okay, all right, we'll find some time at the barbecue then.
Natalia: Yes, we will tell her then. So I'll see you guys there.
Olivia: Okay. This is it, you know. Tonight we're going to be together, and we'll be family and you and I won't have to wait any more.
Natalia: Okay. All right. Well, let me get going.
Olivia: Okay. I love you.
Natalia: I love you, too. Bye.
Olivia: Okay. Where are we going?
Beth: Mom, I really don't have time to talk right now. I'm trying to get ready for the barbecue.
Lillian: Well, honey, you can stop worrying about what you're getting ready, and what you're wearing, and start worrying about your family.
Beth: I always worry about my family.
Lillian: I know you do. I know, I'm sorry, sweetie. It's just that I think Phillip needs to have his family around him today at the barbecue.
Beth: Why did you just say that? Is something going on with Phillip that I should know about?
Lillian: No, no, don't be silly. I just... he just told me that Alan was going to take James on a business trip. I want you to stop him. I don't want you to let it happen.
James: I just want to say bye before I left.
Beth: You know how I feel about this. I want to talk when you come back.
Lillian: Is that James? If it is, let me talk to him.
Beth: Nana. She wants to talk to you.
James: Hey, Nana.
Lillian: James, honey, will you do your Nana a favor and not get on that plane?
James: You want me to pass on a trip to the Caribbean.
Lillian: Well, sweetheart, the Caribbean will be there after the fourth of July. Today I want you to think about your country, right? I want you to eat hot dogs and play games and go to the barbecue and be with your family watching the fireworks.
James: Maybe next year, Nana. Bye. Bye, Mom.
Lillian: Oh, James, you are going to regret this. Hello? This is Janet calling from Mr. Spaulding's office. Yeah, he's postponing his trip. That's right. I want you to tell the co-pilot. And you're supposed to take the whole day off, and even tell his backup pilots to take the day off. I mean, it is the fourth of July and he wants you to have a nice day. So he'll reschedule his trip, okay? Thank you.
Phillip: You know, I'm sorry you decided not to come to the barbecue. You were just a kid the last time you went.
James: I don't remember.
Phillip: You got so scared the first time you heard the fireworks, your mom and I had to take you out to the car...
James: Dad, the plane is leaving in like two hours. I've got to pack. Save the story for when I get home, okay?
Alan: Idiot pilot!
Phillip: What happened?
Alan: He seems to think I've given him some time off. Janet, yes, will you get me the backup pilot? Who the hell takes a vacation in July?
Phillip: So you're not going?
Alan: Well, not today.
Phillip: James? Want to come to the barbecue with me?
James: Uh... no.
Alan: I won't be going either, Phillip.
Phillip: I didn't invite you.
Bill: Whoa, coming through. My dad's here.
Lizzie: Hi, Billy.
Mindy: Hey, little brother.
Billy: Oh! Hey. Always happy to be at the Bauer barbecue.
Rick: Glad to see you, Billy.
Billy: Thank you.
Frank: Hey, Billy.
Rick: Come here, you. You're not as light as you used to be.
Mindy: Oh, stop it.
Frank: All right, don't maul the guests. Don't maul the guests.
Frank: How are you? He just wants somebody to help him out with the garbage duty.
Blake: Oh, no, no, no. You're my designer. You're helping with the decorations. No cleaning for you.
Mindy: Oh. It is so great to be home and great spending time with friends.
Rick: Yeah. Now get to work. (Laughter)
Rafe: All right, I can't believe Frank made us come back to get all the beer.
Daisy: He trusts me.
Rafe: He shouldn't trust you. It's bad.
Daisy: I know, I know. Don't tell him.
Rafe: I'm going... I'm going to go back and get the rest, okay?
Daisy: Okay, yeah. I'll start loading these into the car.
Rafe: All right.
Phillip: (Clears throat)
Daisy: Don't worry, Rafe's driving.
Phillip: Oh, okay, good to know. Listen, I need a favor.
Daisy: One Mississippi, two Mississippi... see I'm counting because I found that the length of the pause is correlated to how big the favor is going to be.
Phillip: James has decided that he doesn't want to come to the barbecue today, but I have a feeling if you were to ask him.
Daisy: No, no, no way. I'm not getting in the middle of whatever is going on between you guys.
Phillip: Daisy, he got arrested yesterday on a DUI.
Daisy: What happened?
Phillip: It doesn't really matter. But he could just use a good friend right now. Could you try to get him there?
Daisy: I could offer him a beer. I'll do my best.
Phillip: Thanks. Appreciate it.
Bill: Oh! That's what I'm talking about.
Billy: Hold it! This is too low. I can hit over it.
Bill: Yeah, we should probably...
Lizzie: This net is not too low.
Mindy: I'm with Lizzie.
Billy: Well, darling, nothing is too low for you because you're way down here.
Frank: No, this sounds like a conspiracy.
Bill: All right, all right, time out. I think maybe Frank, Blake, let's set up the croquet, huh?
Frank: Aren't you in charge of the games? Shouldn't you be setting stuff up?
Bill: Yes, and a good leader delegates, Frank.
Michelle: Still passing the buck, huh, Lewis?
Rick: Hey, sweetie.
Michelle: How are you?
Rick: Oh, you've come to host the party.
Michelle: No, no, no.
Rick: Yes, yes, yes.
Michelle: I'm here as a guest. You can put Danny to work... and hello.
Danny: I will do anything as long as I don't have to wear the hat.
Rick: The hat? Why don't you like the hat? What's wrong with the hat?
Bill: It's so good to have all of you here.
Blake: Oh, everybody eventually comes back to Springfield because it's such a magical place. I'm so happy you're here.
Rick: Okay, I'll tell you what, I can't wait for the people I really like to get here and this will be the best barbecue ever.
Bill: Wait a minute, really?
Rick: Whoa, whoa.
Frank: Here you go, Blakey.
Blake: Thank you, Frankie.
Frank: You're welcome, honey.
Rick: Okay, team. I got a couple of things.
Frank: Here it goes. What's wrong, Rick?
Blake: All right, what do you need? I'll go out and...
Rick: Just a couple things: Ice, buns, ketchup, napkins, plastic forks, plates and trash bags.
Blake: That's the whole list.
Rick: Whoa, whoa. Tin foil, beer, soda, cups, hamburgers, hot dogs, mustard.
Frank: Did you buy anything?
Rick: I got the plastic spoons.
Frank: Oh my God. All right, Blake, I'll tell you what. I'll get the ice, the sodas, the plates and the forks, okay?
Rick: That's why I called you team.
Blake: I need money.
Rick: Sorry, wallet is upstairs. I can't have it...
Frank: You are unbelievable.
Phillip: You leaving already?
Frank: No, no. Rick here kind of forgot some things, so we're going to be going on a little grocery run.
Blake: He also forgot his wallet.
Rick: It said potluck on the invitation, everyone, okay? (Laughter)
Phillip: We're married again.
Frank: Phillip, thank you.
Rick: Thanks, buddy.
Phillip: You forgot a few things.
Rick: I got the spoons.
Phillip: I'm sure you did.
Rick: I'll pay you back.
Phillip: I'm sure will you. I'll be back. If you keep looking at me like that all day, you're going to ruin the party.
Lillian: We just got you back.
Phillip: Hey. It's fourth of July. Let's have some fun. Let's celebrate what this day is all about. Our nation's freedom. And the fact that we're all still here together. Because we are.
James: What are you doing here?
Daisy: I heard about your DUI.
James: I bet Uncle Frank couldn't wait to get home and tell you about it.
Daisy: Yeah. So what happened? Did you have a few too many with your friends at Towers?
James: Probably no more than you had with your new friends at the beach.
Daisy: Why don't you come to the barbecue, huh? Instead of sitting inside playing video games.
James: This is who I am. You know, sometimes I just like to be alone.
Daisy: Can't be who you are just at the barbecue?
James: I have to be a different person with, like, every person in this town. Doesn't sound like a fun afternoon to me.
Daisy: So the you that you are with me, is that real you?
James: Pretty close to it.
Daisy: I like him.
James: Yeah, he can be a real pain in the ass sometimes.
Daisy: (Laughs) Well, if that James is available, could you tell him to come to the barbecue because I think he would have a really good time?
James: Are you going?
James: I'll have to check my schedule. I got a couple things.
Daisy: Oh, yeah, sure. I understand. Okay. I just beat your high score.
James: What? Are you serious?
Phillip: It's been way too long.
Michelle: Oh, you look great. Look at you.
Phillip: You look fantastic. You both look great.
Danny: Good to see you.
Phillip: It's good to see you. Oh God, the kids are so big.
Danny: Tell me about it. I'm afraid the next time I turn around Robbie is going to be taller than I am.
Michelle: Oh, you know what? Bill's alone. I want to go talk to him for a minute. I'll be back in a second.
Phillip: It's good to see her looking so happy.
Danny: Yeah, yeah, she's doing great.
Phillip: You know when you guys first got married, I actually wasn't sure...
Danny: Oh, that's okay. Nobody was. No, no, including me. But we love each other, you figure it out.
Phillip: Yeah. What you have figured out?
Danny: I don't know. (Laughter) I guess... just it's about connecting, you know, with the people you love. And that’s... speaking of... Hope, hey, it's not time for sparklers yet. Sorry, Phillip, excuse me. Hey, hey.
Michelle: So your games here look good.
Bill: Thank you.
Michelle: Thank goodness you didn't leave it up to Rick. I mean, the guy forgets to buy food? How does he live his life without me?
Bill: I have no idea. But Lizzie and I, we're a good team.
Michelle: You're getting married.
Bill: I'm getting married.
Michelle: I can't believe it. I'm very happy for you.
Bill: Thank you.
Michelle: Are you going to have a baby?
Bill: Whoa, slow it down, okay? I haven't seen you in a few years.
Michelle: You're not getting any younger.
Bill: Okay, all right, all right.
Michelle: Seriously, though. As happy as you guys are together, there's no greater joy than having your kids with you.
Blake: Hi. Are you okay?
Blake: Do you need to sit?
Natalia: No. I need to...
Blake: Honey, are you having morning sickness right now?
Natalia: No, no, no. Blake, what am I going to do?
Blake: I don't know. Have you talked to Frank? Have you told anyone?
Natalia: No one knows.
Blake: Oh, honey.
Natalia: You know what? I have to go. I have to meet Olivia at the barbecue.
Blake: Do you want me to go with you?
Natalia: No, I will see you there.
Blake: All right.
Emma: Hi, Daddy.
Phillip: Hey! What have you got there?
Emma: Treats. Me and Mommy made them.
Phillip: Oh, wow. You must have a really great mommy.
Emma: She can hear you.
Phillip: That's okay. Because I don't think I ever told her that enough. Can I see?
Phillip: Can I take one?
Phillip: I will take one in the corner.
Emma: I'm going to go pass these out.
Olivia: They're sticky, I know. Yes, you can.
Phillip: Honey, I don't think these are big enough.
Olivia: Are you going to eat all that? (Laughs) Go ahead, I dare you. You're just a ray of sunshine today. You making up for lost time?
Phillip: I wish I could.
Olivia: Thanks for the kind words.
Phillip: You deserve it. These are great.
Olivia: Well, Natalia helped. She bakes.
Phillip: Did you tell Em about the two of you, yet?
Olivia: No. No, we're going do that together. She should be here soon. ( Laughter)
Frank: Natalia? What's wrong?
Natalia: Hi, Frank. I'm fine.
Frank: No, you're not. Is it Rafe?
Natalia: I miss him.
Frank: Well, he's going to be at the barbecue?
Natalia: He is?
Frank: Uh-huh. Yeah, I was little surprised myself. He says he's going for the free food, but I know he's looking forward to seeing you. I'm headed over there. Can I give you a ride?
Natalia: I'm not ready to go yet, not right now.
Frank: Yeah, well, he'll be glad to see you.
Natalia: I want to see him.
Frank: He misses you.
Natalia: Frank, thank you for being such a good man.
Frank: I'll see you at the barbecue.
Olivia: Don't you dare, Emma Spencer.
Emma: It's only water.
Olivia: Well, Bill looks a little heated. Why don't you go cool him off?
Bill: Whoa. (Laughter) Oh!
Olivia: Try, try again. (Screams)
Bill: Yeah, you better run!
Olivia: He's so strong.
Bill: You better run! (Laughter)
Rick: Hey. You doing okay?
Phillip: I'm having fun. So good just to be here. You know, man, I've always loved the barbecue. But this year, just watching my daughters playing together and having fun.
Rick: Well, you don't have to feel worthless this year. You can actually help me with the grilling for a change.
Phillip: Don't we need hot dogs for that?
Rick: I'm not good at planning things. Blake's got everything covered. You know, we should do this. You can help me plan the barbecue next year. Wouldn't that be fun?
Phillip: That would be fun.
James: You can't do that.
James: You can't just beat me at GTA and not let me redeem myself.
Daisy: Hmmmm, well, then I guess you'll have to come to the barbecue because there will be lots of games there where you can try to beat me.
James: Okay, what's your... what's your best game?
Daisy: Softball. I mean, the Cooper’s are traditionally a football family, but I'm a softball girl.
James: That's a team sport. I'm talking more about one-on-one.
Daisy: Well, I guess you'll have to come to the barbeque to find out.
Alan: Blake, I'll take a cup of your house blend.
Blake: Did you not see the sign. "Gone to the barbecue." We are closed.
Alan: The door is open and you're not gone yet.
Blake: One cup, all right. They're waiting for me. I've got the hot dogs.
Alan: That must make you proud.
Blake: It does. So, are we going to see you at the barbecue later?
Alan: No one wants me at the barbecue. Besides, you're putting that into a to-go cup. I...
Blake: It's to go.
Alan: Well, I just got here.
Blake: It doesn't matter. You're gone. Let's go. Out of here. Now.
Alan: Where are the hot dogs?
Blake: In my car, go.
Rick: It's true, it's true.
Mindy: I'm sure.
Beth: Oh, I'm so glad you're here.
Mindy: Oh, thank you. You know, twice in one year. You guys are going to get sick of me.
Rick: Thank God Mindy was here to help out since someone wearing a halter top refused to participate.
Beth: Excuse me? That is not...
Phillip: Don't listen to him. Pay no attention.
Mindy: Oh, Daddy, Daddy. Would you take a picture, please?
Mindy: Oh, good.
Rick: Wait a minute, wait a minute. It's not the four musketeers without the other musketeer.
Billy: Yeah, get in there. Come on.
Rick: Come here.
Mindy: Come on.
Phillip: I'm having a good time just looking at you guys.
Mindy: No, come on.
Bill: Oh, you caught me. Shamelessly admiring my fiancée.
Phillip: Oh, there's no shame in that.
Bill: She's beautiful, Phillip. I love her. Just feel like I'm the luckiest guy in the world. I mean, everything she does is just beautiful.
Phillip: I can't tell you how happy it makes me to know she has somebody that loves her that much.
Bill: I do.
Lizzie: I would like to announce that Emma and I are the queens of croquet. You guys look so serious. Should I be worried?
Phillip: No. No, you got nothing to worry about. Not now, not ever.
James: I thought we were cancelled.
Alan: No, I'm trying to get another pilot. Who knew that the fourth of July was such a big deal?
James: Who knew? Toss it back. You need to use a little more wrist there, Granddad.
Alan: (Laughs) You know, these Frisbees are a waste of time, James.
James: Some things are supposed to be a waste of time. It's a game, Granddad.
Olivia: Hello. Have a lemonade. Have a lemonade.
Michelle: I'll have one.
Beth: Thank you.
Mindy: Did you squeeze this?
Olivia: No. (Laughs)
Danny: Wow. Olivia seems really happy.
Beth: Yeah, yeah.
Olivia: Run, Emma. Oh, oh! (Laughs)
Rafe: Hey, Olivia, do you know where my mother is?
Olivia: She's not here yet, but she'll be here soon. She wouldn't miss it.
Olivia: Hey, you look like you could use a cold lemonade.
Olivia: Thanks for getting Rafe here.
Frank: He actually came on his own.
Olivia: Oh. Natalia will be very, very happy.
Frank: Yeah, I just ran into her actually. She said she was on her way.
Frank: Is there an extra little kick in this, Olivia?
Olivia: No, no. I'm just very happy to be celebrating Independence Day.
Rafe: Thank you.
Daisy: You're very welcome. So when you're done with that, you want to play horseshoes?
Rafe: I don't even know if I'm going to stay. I don't know if my mom's coming.
Daisy: You don't want to see her?
Rafe: Not it... not if...
Daisy: I mean, I know sometimes parents can't leave you alone if they think that you need them.
Father Ray: Natalia? I thought you would be at the Bauer barbecue.
Natalia: I was supposed to be there.
Father Ray: I'm on my way now if you want to join me. My cousin Danny and his wife Michelle are in from out of town. I am so excited. I haven't seen their kids in ages.
Natalia: Is it a bigger sin to love a woman or to have slept with a man outside of marriage? I'm pregnant. And I don't know if God is trying to punish me because I love Olivia, or trying to tell me that I should have married Frank, or both.
Father Ray: (Sighs)
Mindy: Here you go!
Billy: Thank you.
Mindy: You look happy, Daddy.
Billy: I am. Because my number one favorite girl has come to visit me twice in one year.
Mindy: Number one favorite girl, huh?
Billy: Yeah, uh-huh.
Mindy: Well, I thought maybe Vanessa was going to be filling that spot.
Billy: What are you fishing for here?
Mindy: Come on, you can tell me.
Mindy: Am I going to have a step mom again, maybe?
Billy: Vanessa and I are just...
Mindy: Now come on.
Billy: Even if I was lucky enough to get Vanessa to marry me again, you would still be my number one favorite girl because the day you were born, I knew I'd never be alone again.
Rafe: You're good at this. You're very good.
Daisy: (Laughs) You're distracting me. Thank you.
Phillip: Did you get a chance to talk to James?
Daisy: Yeah, I stopped by the house and I told him he should come.
Phillip: Oh, good. Did you get a feeling like he might come?
Daisy: No idea. I tried, though. I hope that he does. It would be good for him.
Phillip: Yeah, I think it would too, for me too.
Rick: Blakey, you are a Godsend.
Blake: Yeah, I may not be a good cook, but I'm a good griller.
Rick: Check, please.
Bill: Hey, let's get serious here, okay? What's the plan going to be? Are we going to do food first, then games, games, what?
Rick: Both, all day long.
Bill: All right, then I guess we will start rallying everyone together.
Lizzie: I think we will start simple with the egg toss.
Blake: Going to skip that one.
Rick: No, no, nobody is skipping anything. (Bangs on the grill)
Rick: Attention, everyone. Everyone, please. You're either lining up for hot dogs or you're teaming up for the egg toss. So you're grabbing a dog or an egg. You can start now.
James: Who's house are we hitting?
Daisy: It's an egg toss. Stand in two lines, toss an egg back and forth until someone drops it.
James: Wow. I'm glad I'm here.
Phillip: So am I. Thank you.
Daisy: You want a beer?
Daisy: Yeah. You got a lot of eggs.
(Cell phone rings)
Natalia: I'm sorry. I usually turn the cell phone off when I come here.
Father Ray: It's okay. It's okay.
Natalia: I just can't even think straight.
Father Ray: Olivia?
Natalia: I can't talk to her right now.
Father Ray: I don't think God's punishing you or telling you that you should've married Frank.
Natalia: Olivia and I had just decided it that we were going to tell Emma, and that we were going to go to the Bauer barbecue together. And then this happened. And I just... I can't believe that this could be coincidence, you know. I think it must mean something.
Father Ray: I agree. It happened for a reason.
Father Ray: If I knew, I would tell you. But the road to that answer is a journey you're going to have to take by yourself.
Natalia: I saw Frank before and I couldn’t... I just couldn't tell him. And the thought of telling Olivia and... I don't know what to do. I don't know what to do.
Father Ray: Look, maybe... maybe you should go away for a while, by yourself, and try to figure things out.
Natalia: That just sounds like running away.
Father Ray: No, run towards something. Get yourself to a place of peace. When you find it, you'll know what to do.
Phillip: Hmmm, I could stand here all day and watch this. Everybody is so happy, just having fun.
Olivia: Yeah, it's a good day.
Phillip: Natalia here yet?
Olivia: Nope, but she'll be here soon.
Phillip: She really makes you happy?
Olivia: Yeah. For the first time in a while, I can't wait for tomorrow to get here. You know what I mean?
Emma: Let's go. The fun is this way.
Olivia: What? What?
Coming up, on "Guiding Light"...
Marina: I mean he might have Shayne’s DNA, but whoever he turns out to be it's going to be because of you.
Natalia: I just can't belief this is happening right now. Everything was going really well.
Father Ray: Was it?
Olivia: Hey, Natalia, it's me. You really don't want to miss this.
Leah: King of the barbecue.
Lizzie: Get set, go!
Rick: God bless Springfield, and God Bless America.
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