GL Transcript Friday 7/31/09

Guiding Light Transcript Friday 7/31/09


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Previously on "Guiding Light."

Phillip: You really want to go on a road trip?

Alan: Well, you still want someone to go along with you?

Reva: You two got engaged!

Bill: When?

Shayne: Day after tomorrow.

Dinah: Yeah.

Marina: You re-mortgaged the restaurant to bail Cyrus out of jail.

Buzz: Coop was writing a book about Jenna. He trusted Cyrus, so I trust Cyrus.

Jeffrey: I've almost got him. Doesn't look like it, but I do. And when I get Edmund, I'm coming home.

Josh: Thank you. Is it drinkable?

Reva: You're lucky I even let you in here. So shut up and drink it.

Josh: Okay. Actually, you had to let me in because our son's getting married tomorrow. And we have things to discuss.

Reva: Well, I happen to be meeting Vanessa and Dinah later to pick out flowers.

Josh: Very girly of you.

Reva: Zip it.

Josh: ( Laughs ) You and Vanessa as co-mothers-in-law, interesting.

Reva: We're fine.

Josh: You know, now that I think about it, you both actually mellowed...

Reva: If you say with age, I am going to hit you.

Josh: Let's move on.

Reva: Uh-huh.

Josh: I'm taking Shayne out to play some pool with the guys later, you know. Well, the guys that I could get together on short notice.

Reva: That sounds like fun.

Josh: Yes. Don't even think about it, Reva, no. Right now, we're supposed to be talking about wedding gifts.

Reva: Yes. Well, I actually had a thought about that. What if we give them Cross Creek?

Josh: Give them this house?

Reva: Yeah, I mean, they live in a hotel. It would be nice to be able to give them their own home.

Josh: But this is your home.

Reva: Well, I don't really even know where I want to be right now. And Colinís too young to really know the difference. And this has always been the Lewis cabin. And I think the next generation of Lewisís should have the opportunity to use it.

Josh: Okay. We can talk to them about that.

Reva: Okay.

Josh: You seem more like yourself today.

Reva: Really? Well, it's just nice to have something to think about, you know, and to look forward to. I mean, come on, our kid's getting married.

Josh: It's nice to see him happy, isn't it?

Reva: Yeah, they certainly are happy. Really happy. And that's why I want to give them this house. Because I think that Shayne and Dinah can make this a happy home again.

Dinah: Come on. Get up. Get up. Let's go.

Shayne: No, I don't want...

Dinah: Let's go! ( Laughter )

Shayne: Is that how you're going to be waking me up when we get married?

Dinah: Well, I'll have lots of interesting ways to wake you up once he get married.

Shayne: You do?

Dinah: Yeah. Okay, come on. What are you doing?

Shayne: We're calling for room service.

Dinah: No, no, grab a doughnut.

Shayne: I don't want a doughnut.

Dinah: We have lots of things to do. We have 24 hours to get this wedding together. I have to pick out my flowers. I have to go get my dress. I have to go practice my bride walk.

Shayne: Bride walk?

Dinah: Yeah.

Shayne: We're getting married at the courthouse.

Dinah: I know. Hey, they have an aisle. They have an aisle. I'm going to walk down it. I got to finish getting dressed. I have to go meet my mom in about 20 minutes.

Shayne: I need to talk to you for a second. You have 20 minutes. I know, down front.

Dinah: How did you know that?

Shayne: Because I know lots of things. I just want to talk to you for a minute about something.

Dinah: What?

Shayne: I just want to, you know, remind you how lucky we are to have somebody to tangle with.

Dinah: Yeah.

Rick: Your heart's on this side, right?

Olivia: Yeah, good job, Doc.

Rick: Yeah, it's still there, still there beating away.

Olivia: There'd be those people who would disagree with you.

Rick: Relax. Relax, we're almost done. Okay, medicine is good. Any side effects at all.

Olivia: No, fine.

Rick: Okay. Keeping the diet, moderate exercise?

Olivia: Yes, Doctor.

Rick: Limiting the booze intake?

Olivia: Dry as a bone, teetotaler.

Rick: Great. So what about the mental health? How is that?

Olivia: Fit as a fiddle. Happy as a clam. Whistle while I work.

Rick: Scaring me.

Olivia: Scaring myself.

Rick: You are scaring me.

Olivia: I'm scaring myself.

Rick: Look, talk to me. I can recommend somebody you can talk to.

Olivia: I'm fine. Just going through some changes, that's all.

Rick: Okay. You're all set.

Olivia: Okay.

Rick: All right, I'm going to go get your blood work. I'll be right back. ( Pen falls to floor ) I'll get it.

Olivia: You get that.

Rick: Thanks.

Olivia: Nice. What's the point? Ed Bauer, hi.

Ed: Hey.

Olivia: Hi.

Ed: Olivia, hi, how are you?

Olivia: I'm good, I'm good. What are you doing back here?

Ed: Research project. I'm sort of hopping back and forth from here to California.

Olivia: That's some commute. Back here to keep an eye on your kid?

Ed: No, no, no. He needs a beautiful woman, not his crotchety old man.

Olivia: Stop.

Ed: So what about you? Are you seeing anyone?

Olivia: No, not looking. My little girl and my business keep me happy.

Ed: Oh, this... the little girl you had with Phillip.

Olivia: Yup.

Ed: Right? Oh, he was talking about her. Whatís... Emma.

Olivia: Emma.

Ed: Emma.

Olivia: She's wonderful and she loves having her daddy back. He's so good to her.

Ed: Phillip loves his kids.

Olivia: Yeah.

Ed: Well look, I am sorry, but I got a meeting to go to.

Olivia: It's so good to see you.

Ed: Take care of yourself.

Olivia: I will, bye. You too.

Alan: I think I'll go over here and get us some drinks. What do you say?

Phillip: I'll get us gassed up. Be ready to go.

Alan: Can't wait.

Alan: Alexandra, it's me. Yes, we're on our next leg of our quest across America. I wish I believed that was all it was. But I'm convinced, more than ever, that Phillip is up to something. I know my son. And I think he has a plan. Look, I've got to go. I'll talk with you later.

Phillip: Did you get the drinks?.

Alan: They don't have anything in there I like.

Phillip: I got to take this. Hey, Ed.

Ed: So how are you feeling today?

Phillip: Well, aside from the headache that always comes from sitting in a car with my father, I'm fine.

Ed: Are you sure you want to make this trip?

Phillip: I have to, Ed, you know. But don't worry, we'll take it easy, you know. We'll see a ballgame or two, then will hopefully meet with the family of this guy that went to Vietnam for Alan, and, you know, then we'll be home. I just think it's something he needs to do.

Ed: I mean, the point is a trip like this can be very... can be emotional. And that will take a toll too, you know?

Phillip: Don't worry. I don't plan on dying on a road trip. I'll keep you posted. Thanks, Ed. Okay. You all set?

Alan: Yup.

Phillip: We'll stop in a little while and get some lunch.

Alan: Batter up!

Mallet: You ready to take a ride?

Marina: You got your stopwatch?

Mallet: Yeah, actually, I do.

Marina: Good. That's good. Because I wouldn't want you to get an inaccurate timing. You know, we need to get our facts straight. See if I was able to make it from the store over to the park, whack Edmund upside the head with my stroller, then get back into my car, drive to my next destination, and still make it home in time to make... what did I make for dinner that night?

Mallet: Now, remember this was your idea. I was willing to drop this.

Marina: No, you werenít. Not really. Honestly, Mallet, between my grandfather re-mortgaging the restaurant and my husband thinking that I'm a killer, I've just about had it. Just arrest me.

Shayne: Just a little bit further.

Dinah: Okay, you're freaking me out here.

Shayne: Yeah?

Dinah: Yeah.

Shayne: I think you can open now. Go ahead.

Dinah: Okay. What? Mom! Hi. What is this?

Vanessa: Come on, are you ready to go, sweetheart?

Dinah: Did you have some car trouble today?

Shayne: So this is Kurt. Kurt is going to take you every where you need to go today. And this Yolandis. Actually, Kurt and Yolandis are going to take you everywhere you need to go today.

Kurt: Hello, Miss Marler.

Dinah: Hi, Kurt.

Shayne: Come here. Kurt has your itinerary, okay? He needs... he knows everywhere you need to go. The bakery, the florist, to your fitting.

Dinah: I think we're going to look a little conspicuous today, what do you think?

Shayne: That you're going to look spectacular. That's what I think. Absolutely spectacular. We're getting married so fast. I just... I wanted you to have a couple memorable moments.

Dinah: You are such an amazing man, you know that? I promise you we are going to have so many more once we get married. I promise. Thank you.

Shayne: Go on, girls. Let me help you up.

Dinah: Oh, this is great!

Shayne: Have fun.

Dinah: Okay.

Vanessa: What do you think?

Dinah: This is so great. This is so great.

Kurt: Okay, come along, boys. Walk on.

Shayne: Have fun.

Alan: We would have been better off in a tent.

Phillip: What are you talking about? This is the closest place to the park. We were lucky to get a room here.

Alan: A room? One room?

Phillip: Relax, we have two beds.

Alan: You know, you could have told me what kind of trip this was going to be, Phillip.

Phillip: I did tell you what kind of trip it is. Now I'm going to get the key and get us checked in.

Alan: All right, tell me again why this sudden interest in Americaís favorite pastime, huh?

Phillip: Don't start trying to turn this into something it isnít.

Alan: You either.

Rick: Hey.

Olivia: Hey.

Rick: It's your fourth favorite doctor on this floor.

Olivia: That's right. You're almost number three.

Rick: Almost number three. Well, I got your blood work.

Olivia: Okay. And?

Rick: Things look pretty good.

Olivia: Excellent.

Rick: Sit down, relax, we're done. So how much have you been boozing lately?

Olivia: I'm not. I told you.

Rick: Well, your blood work says differently.

Olivia: Curses. Okay, so I stopped drinking, like, three days ago because I know I had this exam I had to take. And I thought that the alcohol would be out of my system by now.

Rick: Well, the alcohol is out of your system, but your enzymes and fatty acid balance are just way off the charts.

Olivia: Okay, all right, look. It's not like I get up every morning and I pour myself a drink. I wait until around 11:30. ( Laughs ) All right, I'm fine. I'm fine. It's just... I've gone through some stuff, some sadness. I'm not an alcoholic. It's a rough time right now. Everybody has them.

Rick: Everybody has them. Not everybody is carrying somebody else's heart in their chest like you and I are. So our actions have bigger consequences. Olivia, I can't make you do anything, but I can tell you what you should be doing. I'm not doing it as a doctor. I'm doing it as somebody who actually cares about you as a friend.

Olivia: Thanks. How about we go get a beer? Ha!

Rick: Ha-ha. You got to laugh. Isn't it, like, the best medicine? No, no, no, it was... it was funny.

Olivia: Thank you.

Rick: I'll see you in six months. Work on the delivery.

Josh: Are you ready? I mean, for the marriage thing? Do you have any questions, anything you want to know from me, huh? The expert.

Shayne: You're not about to have a....

Josh: ( Laughs )

Shayne: Thank you.

Josh: Come on, come on.

Shayne: That's what you get when you give me a lefty glove. You're not about to have a birds and bees conversation with me, are you?

Josh: No, no I really don't want to go there with you, son.

Shayne: Good, good.

Josh: Although, I have been married and divorced nine times, so if you want to know something, I'm your guy.

Shayne: Oh. No, I'm good, okay?

Josh: Good.

Shayne: Yeah, Dinah and I are good.

Josh: Glad to hear it. You're ready then?

Shayne: I don't know. What makes somebody ready?

Josh: Well, that's pretty simple, actually. You just ask yourself a couple of questions. Do you love her?

Shayne: Yes.

Josh: Guessing the answer is yes.

Shayne: It is.

Josh: Do you feel like you can't possibly live your life without her?

Shayne: I don't want to live my life without her.

Josh: Good. Then I think you should marry her.

Shayne: That's what I'm going to do.

Josh: Glad we had this talk. ( Laughter )

Mallet: Okay, so you were at the pharmacy at 4:16 P.M. And then you were at the mini mart at 5:03.

Marina: Right. So we need to drive from here over to the river park, and then from the river park back to the mini mart, to see if there was enough time.

Mallet: No, no. You got to drive to the river park, park the car, get the stroller out of the trunk, push it to a clearing, lift the stroller above your head, go back to the trunk, put the stroller in it, and then drive to the mini mart.

Marina: Okay.

Reva: Hey.

Marina: Hey.

Reva: Hey, guys.

Mallet: Hey. Where's my buddy, Henry?

Marina: He's with Daisy.

Reva: How did you manage that?

Mallet: Cash, lots of it.

Marina: So how are you?

Reva: I'm good. I'm actually on my way to play mother of the groom. I'm meeting Vanessa and Dinah at the florist to pick out flowers.

Marina: That's wonderful. I'm so happy for them.

Reva: Me, too. When you find that person you want to spend the rest of your life with, it's a very special thing.

Marina: It is.

Reva: Am I going to see you two at the wedding?

Marina: Of course.

Reva: Good. See ya.

Marina: You know, I used to feel so bad for her when she was a suspect. I mean, I thought how awful must it feel to be innocent in a crime where everyone thinks that you're guilty. It must be awful. But I had no idea how awful it was until it was me. Keys? Then again, Jeffrey always did believe in her.

Vanessa: Oh, darling, I think your choice of the baked Alaska is just perfect.

Dinah: I love it.

Vanessa: Well, you could have chosen a pretty traditional white cake, but you didnít. So I just had a thought. Now, how about the bride and groom? How are you going to do that on top of the baked Alaska?

Dinah: Oh, yeah. Oh, that is problematic, isn't it?

Vanessa: Well, do you want to rethink?

Dinah: Hi.

Matt: Hi. I thought that was you guys. What are you doing, car broke down?

Vanessa: No. This is Shayneís present to Dinah, very special day before the wedding.

Matt: Nice. I'd say that's pretty special.

Dinah: Yeah.

Vanessa: You know, excuse me. I'm just going to go in and have a word with the baker. Just excuse me.

Dinah: Yeah, she's going to go order the bell shaped cookies that say Dinah and Shayne. I told her that I really didn't need them, but she's going to order them because I'm having a flaming dessert.

Matt: Of course, you are. Let her order the cookies, it makes her feel good. It's a special day. She's happy. It's good. It's all good.

Dinah: Yeah, I just don't want, you know, everybody to make such a big deal about all this, you know?

Matt: Well, it is a big deal. I mean, you deserve it.

Dinah: Yeah. Yes, I am trying to feel like I deserve it from here on out.

Matt: Dinah?

Dinah: Yes.

Matt: Are we going to have this conversation every day? Okay, the guy you killed, he was a bad guy, he deserved it, and the case is closed. So all you have to do is be a bride and have a wedding and ride in a carriage and eat bell cookies. You did the right thing.

Dinah: I may have to have this talk every day with you, okay?

Matt: Call me.

Dinah: Thank you.

Matt: Bye.

Dinah: Thank you. Bye.

Vanessa: Too early for your fitting. You hungry? You want to get some lunch? Or we could go to the florist.

Dinah: Well, if we stop for lunch, we should really call Reva.

Vanessa: That's right. But I'm... oh.

Mallet: Wow, nice ride.

Dinah: Hi.

Vanessa: Oh, well we like it.

Dinah: Shayne did this so I could have some fun on my pre-wedding day.

Marina: That is too cute. He's such a good guy. He's going to make an amazing husband.

Dinah: Yeah, yeah. You know, we should probably go, you know, we have to pick out some flowers.

Marina: Yeah. Yeah, Reva had told us about that. She's so excited. I think it's so great she has something to focus on right now.

Vanessa: Well, that's exactly why I asked her.

Dinah: Yeah. Okay, you guys have a good day.

Mallet: Thanks.

Dinah: See you tomorrow?

Marina: Yes.

Dinah: Okay.

Mallet: Have fun.

Marina: See ya.

Dinah: Bye.

Kurt: Hey, come along, boy. Walk on.

Marina: I'm sorry. I'm sorry, that totally screwed up our time line. We'll just start over.

Mallet: No, we'll just take off a couple minutes and we'll go back to my car and we'll get going again.

Marina: You sure?

Mallet: Uh-huh.

( Laughter )

Reva: This is fantastic.

Dinah: Your son did this.

Reva: Oh. He is a gentleman, just like his daddy.

Dinah: He is.

Vanessa: He sure is.

Reva: You okay?

Dinah: Here I come.

Vanessa: Okay, help your old mother out.

Reva: You guys look great up there.

Vanessa: I don't know about the high heels in this carriage.

Dinah: Take my hand, Mom.

Reva: Come on, Mom.

Dinah: See, we can do it.

Reva: You got it, beautiful.

Dinah: Now what do you say? We need some flowers. What kind of flowers should we get?

Reva: Oh, I love roses, but you know what? It's got to be your decision.

Dinah: Okay. Mom?

Vanessa: Oh, well, I like stephanotis. I like orange blossom, lily of the valley, hydrangea.

Dinah: Lilly of the valley. That's not bad.

Vanessa: Oh, honey, but it's your wedding. You have to choose.

Dinah: What about white oleander?

Reva: They're poisonous. Aren't they poisonous?

Vanessa: Yeah.

Reva: That's not a good idea.

Dinah: Lilacs? Lilacs are good. They don't bother my allergies. Yeah.

Vanessa: Okay.

Dinah: Okay.

Vanessa: Then it's lilacs for you.

Dinah: That's what we do. Okay, I'm going to run in and get them.

Vanessa: Listen, you, if this is too much for you, you just let me know, okay?

Reva: No, itís... it's fine. I need something happy to focus on.

Vanessa: Okay.

Phillip: Okay. I got the tickets, we're all set.

Alan: Who's playing?

Phillip: Today we are seeing the Indianapolis Indians playing the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs.

Alan: Iron Pigs?

Phillip: Iron Pigs, yeah. I got you a spongy hand.

Alan: What do you do with this?

Phillip: You see, you put that on your hand, and you harass the batter with it.

Alan: I'll like doing that.

Phillip: All right, good. Let's go.

Alan: Wait, wait, wait. Where's the ball glove?

Phillip: For what?

Alan: When I catch the foul ball.

Phillip: You bare hand them, Dad. You bare hand them.

Alan: All right, let's go.

Rick: Bachelor party. Look out foxes. Okay. Hey, buddy, it's me. Listen, beer and pool at Farley's. Bachelor party, bring some cash, I lost my wallet.

Ed: Phillip?

Rick: Yeah.

Ed: I got a feeling he's out of town.

Rick: Yeah, it looks like we're the only ones here so far.

Matt: Yeah, well, poor Shayne, another one bites the dust.

Rick: Hey, no offense, we're all strikingly good looking guys, but where are the beautiful women?

Reva: Hey, boys.

Matt: Here you go.

Matt: Hey.

Ed: How are you?

Reva: Oh, Ed.

Rick: What are you doing here?

Reva: Come on now, I can be here, right? I mean, I finished all my motherly duties. The parlor party was a drag. Now it's time for some bourbon.

Matt: Bachelor party, all men, does that ring any bells?

Reva: No, men, come on.

Everyone: Hey! ( Cheers and applause )

Matt: Man of the hour is here, nice.

Reva: Okay, who's buying the first round? I believe I won. ( Burps ) ( laughs )

Frank: That hurt.

Reva: The next round is on me, okay?

Remy: To my two good friends, Shayne and Dinah, I'm glad you guys found each other, bro, I am. I wish you happiness and health the rest of your lives. Shayne and Dinah.

Everyone: Shayne and Dinah. Cheers.

Reva: And to true love.

Everyone: To Shayne an Dinah. ( Laughter )

Reva: And happy days.

Shayne: You okay?

Reva: Yeah, I'm fine. I'm fine. It's a party, right? It's a party. Woo-hoo!

Shayne: Want to play some pool?

Remy: Yes.

Shayne: Let's play some pool.

Josh: You don't have to do this, you know?

Reva: Do what?

Josh: It's okay to miss him. You don't have to put on an act if you're upset.

Reva: Shayne's getting married. Our son is getting married. And I'll be damned if I'm going to let anything ruin that.

Shayne: Stop it, stop it.

Reva: Hey, sweetie. How are you doing?

Shayne: I'm good. I am. I'm good.

Reva: Good.

Shayne: How was Dinah?

Reva: She loved the carriage ride. That whole thing was... was... you were so sweet to do that. She's doing very bridey things.

Shayne: Good. That's what I wanted her to do.

Reva: Well, that's what I want for you. You know, I want you to be happy. That's all I've ever wanted.

Shayne: I know that.

Reva: Okay, guys, Iím going to go. It was fun. You can bring out the strippers now.

Everyone: Yeah!

Vanessa: What do you think?

Lois: You look beautiful in everything I brought.

Dinah: Thank you.

Vanessa: You're going to be a spectacular bride.

Dinah: You know, I don't think it's too much. I've been married before. So I think it's just right.

Vanessa: It's simple. It's elegant. Forget about all that stuff. Tomorrow's your wedding day. You're going to be a bride. It's going to be wonderful, and you deserve every moment of it.

Dinah: Thank you, thank you.

Vanessa: Yeah. Now let me see, do you want a little something, a little veil, a little headdress?

Dinah: No.

Vanessa: Something.

Dinah: No.

Vanessa: You sure?

Dinah: I don't think so. Yeah, no, I'm totally...

Lois: Let's try one on, just for fun. Humor your mother.

Dinah: Okay.

Vanessa: My goodness. Wow, that is very elegant and stylish. See what you think. Oh my, you look so beautiful. You know, you were beautiful from the moment you were born. I just wish your father could be here. He'd be so proud of you.

Dinah: I wish he was here, too. I miss him.

Vanessa: Yeah. Never mind. He is here, darling. He is.

Olivia: Well, here's to my fatty acid balances, and don't forget those enzymes.

Rick: Well, it's too bad Phillip isn't here, you know? He would have had a good time.

Ed: And he could use a good time about now. He's on a road trip with Alan.

Rick: That's funny.

Ed: Except, I'm not kidding.

Phillip: What did you get? I got tattoos.

Alan: I don't know yet. The marketing objective is for you to eat all of the Cracker Jacks and get to the bottom, and then you get your prize.

Phillip: That may be the marketing objective, but aren't you... you're the guy that taught me that you dump the popcorn out, you take the prize, and the you put the popcorn back. Don't you remember that?

Alan: Phillip, that would be cheating. You can't be rewarded for some work you don't do, right?

Phillip: I'll try to remember that. Come on, seventh inning stretch is almost over. We have to get back in there. We're going to see these Iron Pigs beat the Indians.

Alan: The Pigs are losing.

Phillip: I always root for the underdog, you know that.

Mallet: Okay, stop, stop, stop. Now listen, it took us 20 minutes to get here. It's going to take us 20 minutes to get back, that leaves what?

Marina: Seven minutes.

Mallet: Seven minutes.

Marina: Seven minutes, Mallet, for me to get the stroller out of the trunk, pop it open, get down to the river, whack some guy in the head with it, drag him into the river, get back up to my car, put my stroller away and take off. So how do you want to work this? When I get down there should I pick you up the stroller? Should I pick it up, Mallet? Should I... should I swing it around a couple of times? Is that what I should do? Maybe I should bring you down there with me, huh? So I could drag you into the river.

Mallet: Stop, there's no need. There's no need. There's no need. It's seven minutes, all right? That's not enough time.

Marina: You don't think I could do it? I could it Mallet. I could, but I didnít do it and I donít know how to prove that to you. I can't take this any more. Really all I ever wanted was just a happy family. And I had that with you and with Henry. I don't know how we lost that.

Mallet: We're still a family.

Marina: Are we?

Mallet: Yes. I never loved you any less. It tortured me thinking that you killed somebody. But I never, ever loved you any less. And we can still be a happy family. I want that.

Marina: How are we supposed to do that now?

Mallet: Marina, I was ready to let this go yesterday. Whatever happens, if anything happened, I don't need to know. I just need to know that you're going to be honest with me from now on.

Marina: You can trust me. I'm never going to keep something from you.

Mallet: Okay. I want to trust you. And I want to start over, okay? Come on.

Shayne: Hey, you!

Dinah: You seem very happy today.

Shayne: I'm the happiest guy in this town. Hi.

Dinah: Hi.

Shayne: Hi. Where's your carriage?

Dinah: Well, I had him take mom home. I decided to walk. It was kind of nice, though. I felt like I was in a movie.

Shayne: Yeah?

Dinah: Uh-huh.

Shayne: Did you get everything done you needed to do?

Dinah: I am wedding ready.

Shayne: Me too.

Dinah: Did you have fun with the guys?

Shayne: Yeah. It was okay. My mom showed up, got a little drunk. Little weird.

Dinah: Sorry.

Shayne: Yeah, don't be. It's a lot more fun than I'm making it out to be.

Dinah: You know, what you did for me, arranging everything you did today, that was amazing for me and my mom, just... it was amazing. We spent the whole day just happy together.

Shayne: You know why? It's a whole new beginning.

Matt: Wow, twice in one day.

Vanessa: Have you been following us?

Matt: Well, no, actually. I just got back from Shayneís bachelor party.

Vanessa: Sounds fun.

Matt: Yeah. Looks like you're having fun today?

Vanessa: It's just been the most perfect day.

Matt: Good. You know, I'm really happy for you. I'm happy you and Dinah worked things out. It's good.

Vanessa: Thanks.

Matt: I'll see you.

Vanessa: Yeah.

Matt: Okay.

Phillip: See, I told you the Pigs were going to pull it out.

Alan: Yeah. Yeah, this was good. But you know what? It's daylight outside, so why don't we go back home instead of going back to that flea bag motel we're in.

Phillip: Home?

Alan: Yeah.

Phillip: We're not going home.

Alan: Why?

Phillip: We got a trip left.

Alan: Look, we've done the baseball thing. We've done the beer, the peanuts, the home run thing. So why don't we just... I think it's time to go home.

Phillip: Just getting started.

Alan: I need to prepare for a board meeting.

Phillip: Well, I know those board meetings can be treacherous.

Alan: Yeah, they can. You have to prepare for any surprises. So what do you have planned?

Phillip: Well, for tomorrow, I'm planning on seeing the Columbus Clippers playing the Buffalo Bisons. Come on. Let's go get some antacid for you on the way back, and then you'll be ready for some more hot dogs, Dad.

Alan: I know what you're up to.

Phillip: What?

Alan: This trip has nothing to do with baseball.

Phillip: Why did you agree to come?

Alan: Keep an eye on you. I think you're trying to take over the company.

Phillip: Yeah, me and the Iron Pigs, Dad. We're going to storm the board meeting.

Alan: It's no joke, Phillip. I've seen you on the phone talking to private investigators, Swiss banks. And I can smell a takeover.

Phillip: Dad, we got a long drive tomorrow to get to the next ballpark. Why don't we just go get some sleep?

Alan: I think your agenda is not minor league at all.

Phillip: Well, I guess you'll just have to wait and find out.

Josh: Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Olivia: I got it.

Josh: Somehow I... I think I'm on the wrong floor, but it's nice to see you.

Olivia: You, too.

Josh: You okay?

Olivia: I'm feeling no pain.

Josh: I can see that. Neither am I.

Olivia: Hi.

Josh: Can I get you anything at all? Are you okay?

Olivia: Why, what do I want?

Josh: Food, coffee? Foot massage?

Olivia: You're a foot man.

Josh: ( Laughs )

Olivia: You like that. Are you trying to take advantage of me in my drunken state?

Josh: Yeah, I guess I am. But you don't have to answer me right now. I'm just saying. Food, coffee, foot massage. Any of the above, okay?

Olivia: Okay.

Josh: I'm there for you, two floors down. Give me a call. ( Screaming )

Shayne: Hi!.

Reva: Hey. What happened with the bachelor party?

Shayne: It just wasn't the same party after you left.

Reva: Where's Dinah? Is she still with Vanessa?

Shayne: No, no, they're done for the day. I'm going to meet up with them later.

Reva: Oh, okay.

Shayne: I actually came by because I wanted to check on you.

Reva: Oh. That's nice. What, are you worried that after tomorrow you'll have to put your wife first?

Shayne: Wife? Wife, wow. I've never had a wife before.

Reva: Yeah, well, let's hope it's the only one you ever have. What's up with this?

Shayne: I want you to know that I'm aware how hard all of this is on you.

Reva: You need to shush right there. Because being the mother of the groom is a beautiful thing to me. Beautiful thing.

Dinah: Hey.

Marina: Hey.

Dinah: Good, it must be the shrimp salad I ordered.

Marina: Oh, actually, this is for Mallet and I. Did you order shrimp salad?

Dinah: I did.

Marina: I'll go check on it.

Dinah: Okay... oh, no, don't worry about it. That's okay. It'll come, I'm sure.

Marina: Well, how did the wedding stuff go?

Dinah: Good, good. It's a lot of fun. Lot of fun. It was the best day of my whole life.

Marina: I'm glad. I'm really glad that you and Shayne found each other.

Dinah: Yeah. I'm... I'm glad that you and Mallet have a family.

Mallet: A trust, set up by Edmund Winslow for and on behalf of Henry Cooper Cameletti in the amount of $1.25 million? To be bestowed upon the beneficiary on his 25th birthday.

Next week on "Guiding Light"

Dinah: I tried to keep this a secret, and I can't because I can't watch other people suffer.

Bill: I mean, are you sure you want to take on this house project?

Matt: Yeah, I need a fun project.

Jeffrey: You are definitely one of the toughest people that I have ever met.

Reva: If you leave, I'm going to start talking to his picture.

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