OLTL Transcript Thursday 7/2/09

One Life to Live Transcript Thursday 7/2/09

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Episode # 10473 -- Nice Day For a White Wedding

Provided By Laurie R.
Proofread By Kathy

Brody: Good morning.

Jessica: How long have you been awake?

Brody: A while.

Jessica: Why didn't you wake me?

Brody: I couldn't do it. You looked so peaceful. But now that you're awake --

[Brody and Jessica giggle]

Charlie: Who is Jenice Parris?

Viki: My acupuncturist. I've known her forever. Oh, that reminds me. We're going to have to invite everyone on the hospital board.

Charlie: Is there anyone in Llanview who we are not inviting to our little wedding?

[Knock on door]

Dorian Good morning. Excuse me, I do so hope I'm not interrupting.

Viki: Dorian, good morning. What brings you by so early?

Dorian: My invitation, of course.

Viki: What invitation?

Dorian The one I'm here to deliver in person. And I won't take no for an answer.

Langston: I can't believe you're getting married in, like, an hour. Are you nervous?

Starr: Well, I wasn't.

Langston: I'd be petrified. I mean, one minute you're you and the next you're married.

Starr: I know, but I guess it already kind of feels like I'm married. We have a baby and Cole and I have been through so much already.

Langston: I can't believe your parents signed off on this.

Starr: Neither of them really wanted to, but we're already a family, you know? And we love each other so much, we just need to make it official.

Blair: Good morning, ladies.

Starr: Good morning, Mom.

Blair: How are you this morning?

Starr: Good.

Blair: Well, that's what I want to hear. So, have you seen your father?

Starr: No. He's probably still in bed.

Blair: Yeah. Yeah, that's exactly what I was thinking.

Todd: Oh, what time is it?

Téa: I don't know. 8:00 or 9:00.

Todd: In the morning?

Téa: That would be the sun, yes.

Todd: I am supposed to be at Blair's right now. Starr's getting married. Why the hell didn't you wake me up?

Téa: Since when is that my job?

Todd: I did my job last night, didn't I?

Téa: And fell asleep with a smile on your face. Do you think maybe you're just avoiding Starr's wedding.

Todd: I don't want to watch Starr throw her life away, if that's what you mean.

Téa: Any reason you're not on your way to Cole's right now with an ak-47?

Todd: The state's doing my dirty work for me. By the time he gets out of prison, Starr will have moved on.

Bo: Is this your argument for using Cole undercover?

John: Mm. Hopefully, it's enough to convince Judge Runyon.

Bo: He's not your biggest fan, you know.

John: Mm.

Bo: He's going to meet us here, by the way. I hope you're right about this.

John: If Cole goes to Statesville, it will ruin his life -- maybe even end it.

Bo: I agreed to do this because I do believe that Cole was set up. Now, John, I want to remind you, this is your first day back on the job.

John: Yeah, Bo. I got no plans to go renegade.

Bo: Oh, John, you never plan it.

John: No. But this time it's not my future on the line. It's Cole's.

Cole: Okay, so what sounds good? Pancakes, maybe?

Marty: I think I'll just stick with coffee and some of your pancakes. Not exactly what I imagined for your wedding day breakfast.

Cole: You can't make me waffles in your hotel room.

Marty: That's not what I meant. Ah, do I at least get to drive you to this wedding, huh?

Markko: So, uh, dude, is it really happening? Are you and Starr getting married?

Cole: In an hour.

Markko: That's awesome! I'm so happy for you. So where are you going on your honeymoon?

Cole: Statesville. They're transferring me tonight.

Blair: Well, it's about time, Todd. You know, the ceremony is, like -- Mom! When did you get back? What is that?

Addie: It's an eco-friendly, natural composter. The rainforest is so lovely. You have no idea.

Blair: What's -- does Dorian know you were coming by today?

Addie: I don't think so.

Blair: So much has happened since you left, you know.

Addie: Besides you and Todd having to live together and share custody? Starr having gotten her baby back? And Cole going to Statesville tonight right after he's married? Darling, how is your back? I've got -- I've got some wonderful herbs from this shaman I met in Honduras.

Blair: Where did you get all this news? Where did you hear it?

Addie: Jack. He's a fountain of information.

Blair: Yes, he is. It's nice to have you home. I'm glad you're home.

Addie: Well, then why the long face when you opened the door?

Blair: Well, I thought maybe you were going to be Todd. He is supposed to be living here and his bed has not been slept in.

Addie: Do you have any idea where he's been?

Blair: Unfortunately, yeah.

Addie: Oh.

Téa: Tell me again how it's my fault that Starr is getting married to Cole.

Todd: Oh, I'm sorry. Who taped me saying that I only pretended to give them consent and saying how I wanted to kill Cole Thornhart? And who played it for Starr? So, what choice did I have? It's either that or lose Starr.

Téa: You ought to lighten up about that kid.

Todd: I'm sorry, that kid is a drug addict. And he's going to prison. What father in his right mind would want that for a son-in-law?

Téa: He's in recovery.

Todd: Yes, and how long do you think that's going to last at Statesville?

Téa: Well, you would know, since you spent some time there. That only added to your charm.

Todd: Where's my other shoe?

Téa: Is this the way it's going to be -- spend your days with Blair and your nights with me when you feel like it?

Todd: Don't you want me to come back?

Bo: I think you know Lieutenant John McBain.

Judge Runyon: I thought Mr. McBain had left the force.

Bo: Well, I asked him to reconsider. As you know, we've got a surge in juvenile drug use.

John: We've got kids selling drugs to kids. A lot of product moving hands, even in the junior high schools. We want to get to the suppliers.

Judge Runyon: I agree.

Bo: And Lieutenant McBain agreed to come back and spearhead an investigation.

Judge Runyon: Welcome back, Lieutenant. You can count on my full support.

John: Thank you, Judge. I'm glad to hear that.

Bo: Now, we feel that the best way to go after the suppliers is through the teenage dealers.

John: We need to get a kid on the inside we can trust.

Judge Runyon: Any candidates?

John: We'd like you to set aside Cole Thornhart's sentence so we can put him back on the street.

Markko: You're going away tonight?

Marty: Um, I'm going to let you two talk privately.

Cole: Mom --

Marty: I'm fine.

Markko: I'm sorry.

Cole: No, it's not your fault.

Markko: I mean, two years. No wonder your mom's upset.

Cole: I can be released in one year for good behavior.

Markko: Yeah, but still -- Statesville? I mean, they got, like, serious criminals in there.

Cole: I'll sleep with one eye open if I have to. I'm going to have a wife and a baby to think about.

Markko: So that's why you guys got married so quick.

Cole: With me going away, it just made sense. I mean, this is supposed to be, like, the worst day of my life, right? I've got Starr and the baby back, so I feel great.

Markko: I think I'm starting to get what you two went through.

Cole: What are you talking about?

Markko: My parents. They found out that Langston and I, you know.

Cole: Oh, no.

Markko: Yeah. Now they won't let me go anywhere near her. I mean, I thought it was the girl's parents that were supposed to act like that. But no, Dorian is cool with it. Anyway, they hate her, too.

Cole: Okay, so what are you going to do?

Markko: Well, we've got a plan.

Cole: Good. Because I need you to stand up for me in an hour. The wedding's at Dorian's.

Ernesto: Our son is not going to Dorian Lord's.

Aurelia: Neither are we.

Dorian I wanted to deliver this to you personally.

Viki: And what is this?

Dorian Well, I'm afraid the other night when you made your announcement that I was a bit nonplussed and -- and I don't think that I congratulated you properly.

Charlie: I didn't hear the word "congratulations" at all.

Viki: Well, then you must allow me to make it up you. A dinner at la Boulaie in your honor. 7:00 tonight.

Viki: No.

Dorian Make it 8:00.

Viki: The time is not the problem.

Charlie: Do you really expect us to sit down and eat with you, Dorian, after what you've done to us?

Dorian: All the more reason to allow me to make amends.

Viki: No, thank you.

Dorian You owe it to me.

Viki: How?

Dorian: The Riveras. The parents of Langston’s boyfriend will not allow him to see her and it's all your fault.

Charlie: Did she just say that that was our fault?

Viki: Yes, I believe she did.

Dorian: You've been slinging a lot of mud.

Viki: And we would do it again, wouldn't we, Charlie?

Jessica: Natalie picked Bree up from the sleepover but I want to be there when she gets home.

Brody: Whatever you need.

Jessica: Thanks for last night.

Brody: Just remember you're not alone.

Jessica: You convinced me about that. I just wish there was something I could do for you.

Brody: I have everything I want, and more than I ever expected.

Jessica: What's this?

Brody: Um, they had a stack of those in the lobby.

Jessica: Are you thinking about becoming a cop?

Brody: I have the skills, thanks to the Navy, and I don't want to be a bar back the rest of my life.

Jessica: You'd be a great cop.

Brody: Except for the little problem of the felony rap and the hitch at St. Ann's. I mean, nobody's going to license me to carry a firearm, let alone hire me for law enforcement.

Jessica: You know what? If this is what you really want, I think I can do something that can help.

Dorian: Viki, you would do anything for your daughters. I've seen that for myself.

Viki: What does that have to do with anything?

Dorian: I'm getting to it. Oh, by the way, the baby is doing marvelously. Starr's a wonderful mother.

Viki: I thought she might be.

Dorian: And she's going to make a wonderful wife.

Viki: I beg your pardon?

Dorian: Some day. So can't you do this for Langston, please?

Viki: Langston? I thought you said we owed it to you.

Charlie: Yeah, for slinging all that mud.

Dorian: All right. The truth is Markko's parents, the Riveras, won't allow him to see Langston because they think I am a bad influence.

Charlie: Imagine that, hmm.

Dorian: It's because the two of you shot your big mouths off in front of them.

Viki: Oh, Mr. Rivera -- that was the man at the Buenos Dias.

Dorian: Indeed. And now they won't allow Markko to see Langston. They say she is unsuitable. The least you can do is help me prove to them that I am not a monster.

Charlie: Hey, Dorian, we don't have to do anything.

Dorian: It's just dinner. And Moe is going to cook a really special meal.

Viki: Didn't you throw him out?

Dorian: Oh, Moe’s not going to hold that against me. No, no, no, no. Unlike some people, Maurice in not petty.

Shaun: Get a load of this. Dorian invited me to dinner.

Moe: Check it out. I got one, too.

Shaun: You going?

Moe: Not unless I can bring a taster.

Téa: What I want doesn't seem to matter.

Todd: Okay, I'm out of here.

Téa: Is that what you want?

Todd: Hey, you want to go to a wedding?

Téa: What?

Todd: Well, you asked me what a want. The last thing I want is to watch my daughter marry a drug-sucking felon. But if you were there, I could handle it. Do you want to go?

Addie: I thought you were through with Todd.

Blair: I am, mama, but it doesn't mean that he gets to do anything that he wants. I mean, come on. I mean, like last night, for instance. You know, he tries to con me into being the one that refuses the kids to get married so he can look like the good, dutiful, understanding father. Well, you know what? I called his bluff, and now Starr's getting married.

Addie: She loves Cole. They belong together.

Blair: Mama, I don't care about anything now that I thought I couldn't live without when I was 17.

Addie: You're not Starr.

Blair: She hasn't even finished high school.

Addie: No, but she has just had a baby, buried her, given her away, and finally admitted that she wants her and wants to marry her true love and be a family. That child has -- she's more mature than either one of us.

Blair: That isn't making me feel better.

Addie: If two people are meant to be together, nothing can keep them apart.

Langston: Your whole life is going to change, and that means you and me will never be the same.

Starr: Nothing is going to change with you and me.

Langston: So you're still going to jump out of bed and come running down the hallway in the middle of the night to tell me your problems?

Starr: Why not?

Langston: Um, I don't know, maybe because you're married.

Starr: Langston, my husband's going to prison and I'm going to be scared and I'm going to miss Cole and what about when the baby keeps fussing and I haven't finished my pre-calc? Like, I'm going to need your help, and you'd better be there for me, all right? Langston --

Langston: Yeah?

Starr: I'm really scared.

Langston: Of getting married?

Starr: No, of Cole going to Statesville. What if something really awful happens to him?

Judge Runyon: That boy was caught red-handed.

Bo: And so was his dealer -- a kid named Asher Garnett. And yet Garnett wasn't even prosecuted.

Judge Runyon: That case did not come before me.

John: Asher's got someone helping him and that same person set Cole up.

Judge Runyon: Mr. Thornhart knew the terms. He was to complete a drug rehabilitation program and stay clean. I reduced the sentence once at the D.A.'s request.

Bo: You've been more than fair, Judge.

John: Cole could roll over on Asher but he's small-time. We need to get someone that Asher would trust. Then Cole can find out who's supplying him and all the other dealers in town.

Bo: We think that it shouldn't take more than a few months.

John: And we know you want to find the S.O.B. who's dumping all these drugs into the high schools.

Judge Runyon: Yes, I do. But I'm sorry, gentlemen. Mr. Thornhart serves his time.

Judge Runyon: That's all, gentlemen, I'm due in court.

John: So you'd rather put away Cole than punish the suppliers. Is that it?

Bo: John -- we're not asking you to commute Cole's sentence, just revise it. Give him community service.

John: If Cole can get us the information we need in the next few months, he gets the community service and that's that.

Bo: And if the kid doesn't come through for us, you can always send him to Statesville.

John: That's right. Of course, if you don't care about the kids in this town --

Judge Runyon: I care very much, Lieutenant. But I suspect this isn't about drug interdiction for you. It's personal.

Markko: Papi, just listen.

Ernesto: I've heard enough.

Marty: What was that all about?

Cole: Markko's parents won't let him see Langston because they don't like Dorian. They seem a little nuts.

Marty: Well, I'm sure it seems that way, but I'm sure they've got their reasons.

Cole: I don't know.

Marty: Well, it's not easy to be a parent, as you will find out.

Cole: Yeah, I sure haven't been any day at the beach --

Marty: Stop. You're the best thing in my life. Don't you ever forget it.

Ernesto: Dr. Lord thinks she can buy us off with some fancy dinner.

Markko: No, no, no. She just wants to give you a chance to get to know her better.

Aurelia: We know a lot. She mistreated those two men who worked for her -- Mr. Stubbs and Mr. Evans.

Ernesto: And fired them just because she felt like it.

Aurelia: And she almost killed that poor man. What was his name?

Ernesto: Charlie Banks. He and his fiancée told us all about it.

Aurelia: Victoria Davidson. A fine woman.

Markko: Yeah, well, Viki and Charlie and Moe and Shaun, they're all going to be there at the dinner tonight.

Ernesto: After what she did to them?

Markko: That's just it. They -- they know Dorian did all those things, but they also know that she took in Langston when she had nowhere else to go. And once you get to know her, you'll see -- you'll see she's a really good person.

Dorian I wouldn't ask for myself. This is for Langston. She loves that boy, and he loves her. Don't lovers deserve to be happy?

Viki: Yes, Dorian, actually they do.

Dorian: Wonderful! So you'll come?

[Cell phone rings]

Dorian Oh, I'm so sorry. Forgive me. Oh, dear. I do have to take this, so please excuse me. Excuse me. Dorian Lord, here.

Moe: Got your invitation, Dorian.

Dorian: Oh, Maurice, darling.

Dorian: What was that?

Moe: That's the sound of me tearing up your invitation. Oh, and by the way, Shaun won't be there, either.

Dorian: Marvelous! Looking forward to it so much. Bye-bye. Yes. So, the two of you will be joining me tonight?

Charlie: Well, I do love Moe’s cooking.

Viki: Oh, yes. Moe is one of a kind. Dorian, no. I'm very sorry. I am not going to help you dupe these people.

Dorian: What makes you say that I'm duping them?

Viki: Dorian, you are staging a dinner. You are pretending that we are friends so that we can help. It's a lie and it will backfire.

Dorian: Why don't you let me worry about that? Just show up and be your usual festive self.

Viki: No. I'm not going to do that -- definitely not after what you did to Charlie.

Dorian This is why we can never be friends, because you are so judgmental. Did I stop to think of all the terrible things that you had done to me before I saved your life? No! I'm here asking for your help, and all you're interested in is keeping score.

Moe: Breakfast is -- Mr. Manning.

Shaun: What are you doing here?

Moe: Do you have to ask?

Todd: I'm leaving. Take good care of her.

Addie: I'm sorry it didn't work out for you and John. I thought that might be the cure.

Blair: For Todd? I don't know if there is a cure.

[Starr gasps]

Starr: Grandma! Hello! I didn't know you were coming.

Blair: Your brother called her.

Addie: He didn't want me to miss the wedding.

Starr: Oh, Jack, a true romantic.

Addie: I planted a tree for you and Cole in the rainforest. It's just a sapling, like you. And in time, like you, it will grow and blossom and bear fruit.

Starr: Thank you, Grandma.

Addie: Oh.

Blair: All right. Let's get my baby girl married.

Jessica: You know, my Uncle Bo is the police commissioner, and I could talk to him and --

Brody: No. I appreciate the offer, but no.

Jessica: So -- so you can help me but I can't help you?

Brody: You know how much you've helped me, but I need to know that I can make it on my own. If you talk to your uncle, I'll always wonder --

Jessica: My uncle would never hire somebody that wasn't qualified. It --

[Jessica sighs]

Jessica: Okay. Well, just promise me that you'll apply, okay? Listen, you're a decorated navy seal. They'd be lucky to have you.

Brody: But, baby, it's such a long shot.

Jessica: Hey! For people like you and me, everything's a long shot, okay? Just promise me that you'll think about it.

[Brody chuckles]

Brody: Okay.

Moe: You seem like a smart woman.

Téa: Well, thank you.

Moe: So why get all tangled up with a guy like Manning?

Shaun: Especially when he lives with his ex-wife and they have a connection.

Téa: I appreciate your concern -- and you're not wrong about Todd -- but he's not all bad.

Shaun: He's not?

Téa: Look, he's one of those men who's afraid to show the world who he really is. I'm serious!

[Knock on door]

Téa: Dorian!

Dorian: Ha. Excuse me -- there you two are. I had a hard time tracking you down, but, well -- uh, they make -- oh, Téa.

Téa: Oh, thank you.

Dorian: You're looking much better.

Téa: Oh, thank you!

Dorian: Hmm. Well, uh, I am here to apologize.

Téa: For barging into my bedroom?

Dorian Yeah, well, actually, I'm here to apologize to these two gentlemen. I treated you both very badly, very badly. Uh -- it was because, um, of Ray Montez's daughter who -- who had a breakdown and had to be institutionalized. My two sisters -- uh -- at any rate, I behaved very, very, very badly and, um, I'm very sorry and I hope that you'll forgive me and that you won't hold it against Langston. And that you will come to La Boulaie for a petit soiree -- tonight.

Markko: I mean, if all of Dorian's supposed enemies can get over themselves and come to dinner, why can't you?

Aurelia: It would be a chance for us to see what Markko's talking about.

Markko: And you could spend some time with Langston, get to see what a good person she is.

Ernesto: Who knows? Maybe if Geraldo sees his mother and father at the same table with his woman, maybe he'll remember what's truly important.

Marty: Your father would be so proud of you.

Cole: For going to prison?

Marty: No, no. No, for following your heart, and for being strong when it's not easy to. And for making a commitment to Starr and your baby. He would be very proud of you.

Cole: I wish he was here.

Marty: He is. And I think he'd want you to have this.

Cole: Your wedding ring?

Marty: Uh-huh. Yeah, your dad put that on my hand the day we were married. There's an inscription in there. It's in Gaelic, but it says "love, loyalty, and friendship." And that's everything I wish for you and Starr. I would be honored if she would wear it.

Cole: Huh.

Blair: Oh! You're here. Thought you were going to miss your daughter's wedding.

Todd: No such luck.

Blair: So where were you last night?

Todd: Uh-huh, I ended up working late last night and fell asleep at the desk.

Blair: Oh. Well, at least you're here now, and we have a lot to do before the ceremony.

Todd: Blair, are you as freaked out about this as I am?

Blair: Well, I thought the next big event in our daughter's life would be going off to college, but I guess it's going to be this wedding.

Todd: She probably won't even graduate from high school, then.

Blair: Yes, she will. Yes, she will, it might just take her a little longer. I mean, who knows -- maybe it won't. But, look, Todd, she's happy. In the last few months, she's thought her baby was dead, Cole was in all that trouble -- she was miserable. But now that hope's back and -- look, even after all our mistakes, we happened to raise a beautiful, strong, independent young woman. And she loves Cole and he loves her.

Todd: Sure, and that's all it takes to make it work.

Blair: Well, I hope in their case, it is.

Cole: Mom, I'd be so proud to give this to Starr, but are you sure?

Marty: Yeah, I'm sure.

Cole: Thank you.

Marty: No -- heh -- thank you. I couldn't ask for a better daughter-in-law. She's terrific.

Cole: Yeah, she is, isn't she?

Marty: Yeah. Oh! And she is going to be furious if we're late -- come on, come on! We've got to get changed.

Cole: Okay, all right.

Ernesto: I wish you wouldn't spend so much time with that boy.

Aurelia: Oh, heaven's sakes. Cole's been his best friend since sophomore year.

Ernesto: He takes drugs!

Markko: No, not anymore.

Aurelia: Ernesto, we cannot shelter him from everything. At some point, we have to trust that we've taught him what's right.

Markko: So? You'll come to Dorian's dinner party?

Ernesto: All right, we'll go to the party. But all those people better be there or I'm leaving.

Dorian I know it's a lot to ask. And if you're not ready to forgive me, I understand but please, couldn't you set aside our differences for Langston’s sake -- just for one night?

Moe: Langston's a great kid, but I wouldn't come to your dinner party if it was the last food I'd ever eat.

Shaun: I'm sorry, Dr. Lord. I can't allow you to disrespect me and then expect me to go to dinner. Sorry.

Dorian Okay, I deserve that, but Langston doesn't. Please think about it. And if you change your mind, dinner will be at 7:00. All right, I was personally, deeply upset by Ray Montez, but please, do this for Langston’s sake. She has lost enough things in her young life. Don't let her lose her boyfriend or her faith in me.

Téa: Thanks for the flowers.

Téa: That was pretty rough, fellas.

Moe: Well, were we supposed to go running over there, drop everything just because she needs something?

Téa: Maybe.

[Charlie chuckles]

Charlie: What, are you having second thoughts?

Viki: About Dorian's little dinner -- no. But I feel so sorry for Langston.

Charlie: Hmm.

Viki: It cannot be easy being Dorian's child.

Charlie: That's the one thing you can say for Dorian -- she loves her kids.

Viki: Yeah. Yeah, she really does.

Charlie: Yeah, but the way she goes about it --

Viki: Oh, it's so exhausting. And God help you if you should disagree with her.

[Charlie chuckles]

Charlie: So I take it, we're not going to be inviting her to the wedding?

Viki: No! Even if I wanted to, which I don't, I would never do that to Clint.

Charlie: Hmm. So you -- wait a minute. But -- is there a whole 'nother guest list here that I don't know about? Nora and Clint?

Viki: There will be an awful lot of overlaps because we know a lot of the same people.

Charlie: Ahem.

Viki: Yes, there -- there is another guest list.

Charlie: I mean, we're going to have to rent out the entire football field.

Viki: Am I ruining this for you?

Charlie: No, no, no -- hey. I would marry you on a life raft in the middle of the ocean with nothing but the moon as our witness.

[Viki chuckles]

Charlie: But if it'll make you happy to stand up there with your ex-husband and your best friend in front of half the known population, then I say let's go for it.

Viki: Oh, Charlie. You are -- oh, you are such a patient man.

Jessica: Oops! I'm --

Charlie: Wait -- oh.

Jessica: I'm sorry, I --

Charlie: You know, that's my cue to skedaddle.

Jessica: No, Charlie! You don't have to --

Charlie: Yes, yes, yes, yes.

Jessica: Mom, I'm sorry.

Viki: That's okay, darling. He's not running away from you; he's running away from me. I am tormenting him with wedding talk.

Jessica: Oh.

Viki: So you -- you were out all night, huh?

Jessica: It -- I was with Brody, but -- but Bree had a slumber party, and Natalie picked her up, so --

Viki: It's all right, sweetheart. You don't have to explain. Do you want some coffee?

Jessica: Uh -- please.

Viki: Good. He makes you happy.

Jessica: Yes. Yes, he does. I'd almost forgotten what happy was like.

Officer: Can I help you?

Brody: I'm here to fill out an application -- for the academy.

John: We're trying to enforce the law -- that's all this is about.

Judge Runyon: You weren't very keen on the law the last time you were in my courtroom -- before you rushed out to play superhero for Marty Saybrooke?

John: This is different.

Judge Runyon: Because now, you want to save her son.

Viki: You really like him.

Jessica: I really like him.

Viki: Okay, that's one more.

Jessica: One more what?

Viki: Guest -- at my wedding. Well, I assume you want him to escort you to the wedding, hmm?

Brody: "Have you ever been convicted of a crime?"

John: Commissioner, with your permission, I'd like to speak to Judge Runyon in private for a moment.

Bo: I'll be right outside.

[Door closes]

Brody: "Yes, a felony conviction" -- strike one. "Have you ever been hospitalized because of a mental health issue?"

Bo: Lieutenant Lovett. Something I can help you with?

Shaun: Ms. Delgado, I'm heading out to run some errands. Do you need anything before I leave?

Téa: Yes. I need a ride.

Langston: So are they coming?

Markko: Well, it wasn't easy, but they said yes. So did everybody RSVP?

[Langston sighs]

Langston: I'm about to find that out. So is everyone coming?

Dorian To Starr's wedding? Well -- well, of course!

Langston: Uh -- to the dinner?

Dorian Oh, the dinner. Yes, yes. Don't you worry, darling. Everything's going to be perfect. Oh, my, speaking of perfect!

Blair: Isn't she?

Dorian Oh, Starr, you look so beautiful.

Blair: Yes.

Starr: Thank you.

Dorian Every inch a Cramer woman, right?

Blair: Mm-hmm.

Dorian: And you have more than just beauty -- you have courage and strength. And always, for the rest of your life, your family is going to be very, very proud of you.

Blair: Yes, we are.

[Starr sighs, chuckles]

Dorian: Feels like a group hug.

[Laughter]

Todd: Marty. Where's the groom?

Marty: He's parking the car. Got to get used to it, Todd -- our children share a baby, so we're going to be in each other's lives.

John: The way I see it, our job is to go after the criminals, not the victims. It's not the users we want -- it's the dealers and the suppliers, and I think we can do that if we have a route to the inside. Judge, I promise you I will shut this operation down.

Judge Runyon: So you've said. Now, why did you want to speak with me privately?

John: You told me you thought this was personal for me. You're right -- it's personal.

Langston: So -- oh -- gorgeous.

Starr: What's –

[Sighs]

Cole: Wow. You look beautiful.

Starr: And you look so handsome. So, what do you say? Let's get married. 

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