Young & The Restless Transcript
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[ Cork pops ]
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Nick: You know, you should be really proud of yourself. You pulled off the wedding for the ages, and you did it in no time at all.
Sharon: [ Chuckles ] Um, I helped out a little. No, the best thing about tonight is mariah and tessa.
Nick: They look so happy. Uh…I don’t know. Do you, uh — you want to dance?
Sharon: Um…thank you, but, you know, you mentioned that rey really loved to dance, and chance had suggested that to me, too, but I don’t know.
Nick: Yeah. I get it.
Sharon: Um, but you should get out there. You don’t want to put this great outfit to waste.
Nick: I mean, I am really crushing this outfit. I know.
[ Both laugh ] Um, you know what? Hey, you should ask summer. She looks like she might want to dance with her dad.
Nick: Yeah. I shouldn’t pass up an opportunity to embarrass all of my children tonight.
Sharon: I absolutely agree. Do it.
Nick: So, you sure?
Sharon: Yeah. Positive.
Phyllis: I’m having so much fun, the most fun I’ve had in a really long time. Let’s go dance again.
Jack: Ordinarily, I would say yes, but I see allie across the room there by herself. Do you mind if I ask her?
Phyllis: No. Do it. Definitely.
Jack: Thank you.
Phyllis: We’ll dance later.
Jack: Well, hi there.
Jack: Would you like to dance?
Allie: Oh, I’m not sure, jack. I don’t usually dance at weddings.
Jack: We should definitely change that.
Allie: Alright. If you say so.
Summer: [ Laughs ] You are having too much fun.
Nick: Well, I’m gonna have to ice my knees later.
Summer: [ Laughs ] I love you.
Nick: I love you, too, supergirl.
Kyle: Hey, sorry to bust in on…whatever’s going on here.
Summer: Oh, my dad is just showing off.
Kyle: Do you mind if I borrow summer for a minute?
Nick: Uh… yeah, why not? You’ve seen all my best moves anyway. I’m gonna go dance with the brides.
Summer: Alright. Don’t hurt yourself. You okay? What’s wrong?
Kyle: My mother’s here. She would like to say hello.
Summer: Now? Why?
[ Up-tempo music playing ]
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[ Cheers and applause ]
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Kyle: Summer…my mother.
Summer: Hi. It’s been a long time.
Diane: Yes, it has. But I’ve been able to follow you and your career a bit over the years, and I’m — I’m so impressed with what a successful and lovely woman you’ve become. Oh, and congratulations on your own wedding. Clearly, you make my son very happy.
Summer: I do my best. He makes me extremely happy, as well.
Diane: That’s wonderful. Love is hard to find and even harder to keep. Uh, so, um, now that kyle and i have reconnected, I was hoping that maybe you and I could get re-acquainted, as well. Well, I-I’m not saying that we’re all of a sudden going to become best friends, but I was hoping that slowly, over time, we could forge some kind of relationship. I mean, I — I am your mother-in-law. Although I promise I won’t be the typical, annoying kind.
Summer: Nothing about this is typical.
Jack: [ Groans ] Oh, that looks like trouble.
Phyllis: Hell no. Look what she’s trying to do. I see it. She’s trying to insinuate herself into my daughter’s life. That’s not gonna happen. I’m gonna put a stop to that right —
Jack: No, no, no, don’t go.
Phyllis: Why not?
Jack: Because, as you said yourself, if you go over there, it will only escalate things. This is tessa and mariah’s big day. Let’s be fair to them.
Kevin: Hey, that toast you gave was so beautiful. It bordered on being intimidating. I’m glad you went after me ’cause it would have been too hard to follow that tear-jerker.
Crystal: Are you kidding? I was a wreck having to follow you. Yours was so poignant and true.
Mariah: Guys, it’s not a contest.
[ Laughter ]
Tessa: Both toasts were amazing.
Tessa: But I still cannot believe that you’re here.
Crystal: Sometimes it doesn’t even feel real.
Tessa: But it is.
Crystal: I’m hoping I can thank your brother for everything he did to help get the charges against me dropped so that I could come back to town.
Kevin: Yeah, I’m sure that can be arranged.
Kevin: How long are you here for?
Crystal: I’m not sure.
Tessa: If it were up to me, she would stay forever, but tonight is good for starters.
Mariah: Well, why don’t we raise a toast to crystal?
Mariah: Welcome back.
Crystal: Thank you.
[ Light laughter ]
Tessa: And now can we talk about your dresses? I mean, incredible.
Chloe: I know. Chelsea did such an amazing job. I’m sorry that she couldn’t be here.
Mariah: Oh, yeah, she was fantastic, you know? She incorporated all of our very, very specific ideas. She was creative, collaborative. It was fantastic.
Tessa: Yes, they’re so original and tailored to us.
Chloe: Well, I will pass along the message. I’m sure she will love to hear it.
Mariah: I still can’t believe that we had our dream wedding without a hitch. I mean, there are so many things that could have gone wrong, right?
Kevin: Nothing would dare go wrong on friday the 13th. It’d be too on the nose.
Mariah: You have a good point there. Hey, uh, everybody, listen up! To friday the 13th!
[ Cheers and applause ] That’s right!
[ Laughter ] And tonight’s winning numbers are 18,
Mariah: [ Laughing ] Oh, my gosh! Hey, mom!
Mariah: Why aren’t you out there?
Mariah: We could have a mother/daughter dance. Or — or we could have a mother/daughter dance-off.
Mariah: Come on.
Sharon: I don’t know. I’m just really enjoying watching you two.
Mariah: [ Laughs ]
Tessa: Oh, wait, you got some cake, though, right?
Sharon: Yes, I had cake. It was so good. And you know what? Everything about this evening is just phenomenal.
Mariah: Well, I’m not gonna argue with you there. Um, do you want some more champagne? Would you like some?
Sharon: Sure. Oh, actually, this is perfect because I’ve been meaning to grab a moment to toast you two. Um… I couldn’t be happier or more proud of the two of you. And I couldn’t be more honored to witness your love and your union tonight. Here’s to a lifetime together and to all of your dreams coming true.
Mariah: Thank you, mom.
Tessa: It means so much… mom.
Sharon: I’ll take it. It feels good. It feels right.
Sharon: I love you both.
Mariah: Thank you. Love you. Mwah!
[ Light laughter ]
Noah: You having a good time?
Allie: Yeah. Yeah, I am.
Noah: Listen, I’d, uh — I’d like to apologize to you.
Allie: For what?
Noah: Making corny jokes at crimson lights when we first met.
Allie: [ Laughing ] Oh, that.
Noah: Yeah. I promise no more abbott/newman family-feud humor.
Allie: That’s a relief because I am not very good at pretending to laugh.
Noah: Yeah, I got that.
[ Both chuckle ]
Allie: So, I heard that you are responsible for the themes and decor of this wedding. Is that true?
Noah: Yeah, I had a little bit of input.
Allie: Ah. Well, it’s quite…fanciful.
Noah: “Fanciful.” That’s a — that’s an interesting word choice.
Allie: Well, I like to be specific with my words. I feel like saying you love something these days is really meaningless. Don’t you think?
Noah: Yeah. Yeah, I feel the same way. Alright. Fanciful. I’ll take it as a compliment.
Allie: Good. It was meant as one. So, abby said you’re an artist?
Noah: I was an artist.
Allie: Does anyone stop being an artist once they are one?
Noah: It’s complicated.
Allie: Yeah, well, most things are.
Allie: So, what kind of art do you do?
Noah: I’ve made a couple installations around the world for the past few years. I was based in london for a while. Obviously not there anymore. And I no longer do that kind of work.
Allie: What made you stop?
Noah: I just got burnt out. And I felt like I needed a change. I wanted to come back home. So, what do you think of genoa city so far?
Chance: [ Sighs ]
Abby: Well, it looks like they’re getting along better than they did at crimson lights.
Chance: Yeah, well, at least he’s a familiar face. I mean, this has to be overwhelming for allie, meeting all these new people.
Abby: Yeah, especially since some of them are family members that she never knew existed.
Chance: Well, I hope everyone’s been as welcoming as you have.
Abby: Yes. I mean, I feel, as a abbott-newman-chancellor, the more family members, the merrier, right? I am worried about my uncle jack. It’s got to be hard on him. Finding out that keemo died. Then he has a granddaughter that he never met and she’s all grown up. I mean, and diane coming back from the dead.
Chance: Have you got a chance to talk to him one-on-one yet?
Abby: No, not since our family interrogation of diane the other day.
Summer: Diane, I’m not sure how much “get to know you” time we’re gonna have while we’re here.
Diane: [ Chuckles ] Can I just say something? I haven’t always been an honest person, but I have worked really hard to become one. That’s how kyle and I have been dealing with each other, with brutal honesty at times. So, you don’t have to beat around the bush or be overly polite. You can be frank. You can tell me how you feel.
Summer: Okay. Well… I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around your return. And what you did to kyle as a boy — I think it’s awful. But you aren’t my mother. So I’m taking my husband’s lead. I care about what he’s feeling first and foremost, and I’m going to love and support him while he sorts through all of this.
Diane: I appreciate that. I admire it. And I agree that what I did was horrible. And I’m just praying that kyle will eventually find a way to forgive me.
Summer: I’m not gonna make a scene, okay? I’m not gonna do that. I’m just gonna go over there and tell diane in no uncertain terms that she’s not wanted here without anyone noticing.
Jack: Okay, don’t take this the wrong way. I’m just having a little trouble believing that.
Phyllis: I own a hotel. I throw people out on their butt every day very discreetly.
Phyllis: Okay what? What does that mean — “okay”?
Jack: I’m just saying, if somebody is going to tell diane she has to leave, it should be me. What, you think I’m giving her too much slack?
Phyllis: [ Clears throat ] I think you’re in a bad position. I think you have a big heart and you want to do right by your son. I understand that. You want to make him happy. You don’t want to butt in and upset him or aggravate diane. I get it.
Jack: I admit I am frustrated, yes.
Phyllis: See, but I’m not you. I don’t have a big heart. She’s trying to insinuate herself into my daughter’s life. That — you know what? Go dance with allie, alright? I’m gonna go talk to her. No one will notice. I promise you.
Jack: Okay. Okay. I’m saying okay, but please don’t do anything that’s gonna cause a big scene.
Phyllis: I’m not gonna cause a big scene. I’m gonna stop one from happening. Okay? I’m amber, I’ve lost 128 pounds with golo,
Phyllis: Hey, diane. Well, this is a private event. Time for you to go.
Diane: I’m not bothering anyone.
Phyllis: How long is that gonna last?
Diane: I’m having a private conversation with my son and his wife.
Phyllis: His wife is my daughter.
Summer: We were just finishing up here.
Kyle: Phyllis, my mother just wanted to say hello to summer, and then she promised she would leave.
Phyllis: Oh, well, she’s still here.
Diane: [ Scoffs ] You know, thank you for looking out for me, kyle, but phyllis is right. I just came by to watch you officiate the wedding, but I — I should go. It was a pleasure to see you again.
Kyle: I’ll walk you out, make sure you get a cab. I’ll be back.
Phyllis: That bitch is trying to worm her way into our lives, summer. Who knows what kind of damage she’s thinking of causing.
Summer: I was wondering the exact same thing.
Phyllis: [ Breathes deeply ]
Allie: Genoa city is different than los angeles.
Noah: In a good way or bad way?
Allie: Mm, I don’t make quality judgments like that. Things are what they are. They’re not better or worse.
Noah: Okay, so, you’re analytical, you know, not subjective, kind of the opposite of the artistic mind.
Allie: [ Scoffs ] Whoa. How do you know that I’m not artistic?
Noah: I’m — I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to offend you.
Allie: Yeah, well, really, you have.
Allie: Just kidding.
Noah: Oh, okay, so she does have a sense of humor.
[ Laughs ]
Jack: May I steal allie away? I’d like to introduce her to someone.
Allie: Oh, god. There couldn’t be any more abbotts, could there? Sorry. I’m joking.
Noah: Okay. Well, there’s no more abbotts ’cause we newmans make sure to keep their population in check.
Jack: Okay, what’s going on here?
Noah: Well, apparently we are making bad jokes.
[ Chuckling ] Sorry. Come on. Let’s go.
Crystal: You, me, dance floor again.
[ Both laugh ]
Abby: Here you go.
Chance: Why, thank you.
Abby: You seem lost in your thoughts.
Chance: Oh, no, I was just thinking about mariah and tessa’s vows. They’ve been through a whole lot this year, huh? It’s been a tough year for a lot of us.
Chance: You know, when I said our vows, I had no idea that you would have to end up rescuing me in spain, bringing me back home to our baby boy.
Abby: I know losing rey has been a shock, something you’ll be processing for a while.
Chance: It’s been tough.
Abby: I know.
Chance: But I will get through it. I promise. I just can’t imagine what sharon’s feeling.
Abby: Devastation, loss, a void that can’t be filled.
Chance: Is that what you felt when you thought I was gone?
Abby: And I’m not telling you that to make you feel guilty. I’m saying it because you are the love of my life.
Sharon: Um… girls, I-I hate to do this, but, um, I’m starting to feel a little bit jet-lagged and tired from my trip to miami. And — I’m sorry — I fully intended on staying here until the last guest left, but —
Mariah: Mom, mom! Say less, okay? There is no obligation for you to be here, so just go. You can leave.
Tessa: We appreciate everything you’ve done for us.
Nick: ’70s glam — who wore it best? I mean the brides or the people who gave away the brides?
Sharon: Well, the brides, nick.
Nick: I don’t know. It might be a photo finish.
Mariah: Oh, wow.
Nick: Um, I’m crushing this outfit. Who wants to dance? Let’s dance right now.
Sharon: Actually, you know what? I was just telling the girls, um, I’m gonna get home. I’m feeling a little tired.
Nick: Okay. Uh, I’ll — I’ll go with you.
Sharon: No, no, I don’t want you to leave the party. Stay and have fun. I’ll just grab a car.
Nick: No, I’m definitely driving you home.
Mariah: We are going to rehash every moment of this night very soon.
Sharon: We’re gonna rehash this whole thing as soon as you get home from your honeymoon.
Mariah: Oh, it’s just a few days in a cabin in the woods. I mean, we’re gonna have a honeymoon that’s bigger and better once we can figure it out.
Tessa: I’m trying to make it sound more mysterious and glamorous than it actually is.
Sharon: Did you not tell them?
Nick: No. I thought we would do it later, you know, together, as, like, a surprise.
Mariah: I-I don’t like surprises.
Nick: You’re gonna like this one. Um, your bigger, better honeymoon’s gonna be here faster than you think. Like, tomorrow, actually.
Nick: Yeah. An all-expense-paid trip to paris. You’re not going to some cabin. You’re going to paris.
Tessa: Uh, wait. Are — are you joking?
Nick: No. Serious. You’re gonna get all the details sent to your phone later — e-tickets, reservations. Have a blast. We love you.
Mariah: Uh, I don’t think, mom, we should leave you for so long right now.
Nick: Whose idea do you think it was?
Sharon: Nick needed help figuring out a wedding gift, and I just know that the honeymoon of your dreams would be in the city of lights. So, don’t worry about me. I’m gonna be happy just thinking about you two having the time of your life in paris!
Mariah: Oh, my god. Thank — thank you.
Tessa: I don’t know what to say! Ahh!
Sharon: I know what to say! I know what to say! Bon voyage!
[ Laughter ]
Tessa: [ Gasps ]
Mariah: Oh, my god!
[ Up-tempo music plays ]
[ Laughter ] Dr. Harmon: We are america’s doctors.
Tessa: Hi. [ Chuckles ]
Mariah: Best night ever.
Tessa: Ingrained in my mind forever. Everyone seems to be having a great time, too.
Noah: What’s up, jet-setter?
Summer: Hi. Thanks. You bartending this shindig, too?
Noah: I guess I have to, to catch up with my sister nowadays. Seems like we only see each other at weddings — victoria’s, this one.
Summer: Mm. When I saw you in tuscany, you were thinking about coming to genoa city for a quick visit, and now it seems like you’ve grown roots.
Noah: I guess I’m enjoying the slower pace.
Summer: Well, it looks like you found ways to flex your artistic side. This place looks great.
Noah: Wow, was — was that an actual compliment?
Summer: Uh, don’t get used to it. You’re still annoying.
Summer: Dad can’t stop gushing about working with you. It’s kind of sickening.
Noah: Oh, okay, I got you. Jealous. That’s what it is.
Summer: Mm. Yeah. I’m living a life of misery in milan. High fashion, café life, happy marriage…
Noah: Okay, okay.
Summer: …Adorable stepson.
Noah: Yeah, way to rub it in the single guy’s face. Where is mr. Wonderful anyway?
Summer: Oh, he — he stepped outside for a second.
Noah: Is everything okay?
Summer: I’m not sure what you’ve heard.
Noah: Well, I know kyle’s mother has re-appeared.
Summer: She crashed the wedding.
Noah: Did she? I hadn’t noticed. Is she causing problems or…
Summer: Kyle’s putting her in a taxi right now to make sure that can’t happen. She said she just wanted to come and see him officiate the ceremony and to see me, which I found odd. And I think it’s shaken kyle up.
Nick: Hey, kids. Uh, just wanted to let you know we’re taking off.
Sharon: Your dad’s driving me home.
Faith: Oh, I’ll go with you.
Sharon: No, no. You stay here. You can’t ditch your date.
Faith: Are you sure?
Sharon: Absolutely. I’ll see you at home later. Have fun.
Nick: Not too much fun.
Moses: [ Chuckles ] Your dad was joking, right?
Faith: Yeah, I think so.
Moses: It’s cool that your mom let you stay. You think she’s doing better?
Faith: She’s still grieving. I think she will be for a long time. I’m really grateful that she talks to me so honestly about it. She’s so strong, such a good role model.
Moses: It’s nice that you have someone like that in your life.
Faith: Yeah. You have devon and nate.
Moses: Yeah. I’m really lucky to have such awesome people in my life. And most of all, you.
Faith: [ Chuckles ] Ooh.
Moses: I’m really excited that we’re going to the same college.
Faith: I am, too.
Amanda: It looks like your baby brother is head over heels! Look at that.
Devon: Yeah. I see it.
[ Chuckles ]
Amanda: Wow, you’re worried.
Devon: I’m not worried.
Amanda: You are worried.
Devon: I’m not worried. I’m not worried. I’m very happy those two are together.
Devon: I am happy. I’m gonna probably have a talk with him soon, though.
Amanda: Ohh, a talk? Well, that sounds like a buzzkill.
Devon: No, it’s not gonna be a buzzkill. I’m just gonna warn him about being in love at such a young age, you know? They’re both about to go to college. It’s gonna be a new environment, around new people, have new experiences. And feelings can change even when you don’t expect them to.
Amanda: Well, I agree with you in theory, but I have a feeling that those warnings are gonna go through one ear and out the other because you just — you can’t tell young love a damn thing.
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“The young and the restless”
Sharon: Thanks for the ride. Are you gonna head back to the party? You seem like you might have some more dancing in you.
Nick: Nah. My motto is “always leave with them wanting more.”
Sharon: [ Chuckles ] Everybody was having such a good time. I don’t think that anyone noticed that we left. And as much fun as it was to dress up, I cannot wait to get out of these shoes and have a cup of tea.
Nick: Well, I’m sure you’re tired, but if you’d like, i could, uh, hang out for a bit. I’ll even make the tea.
Sharon: Okay. Thank you. Although that seems like a pretty tame way to end the evening for someone as glam-tastically dressed as you.
[ Laughs ]
Diane: Ugh. Why am I not surprised? You must have rushed out of there to follow me home.
Phyllis: This is not your home, diane.
Diane: Are you stalking me now?
Phyllis: No, but you seem to be stalking kyle.
Diane: Oh, please. I wanted to catch a glimpse of my son officiating a wedding. That’s all. And you shouldn’t be calling me a party crasher when that’s exactly what you did.
Phyllis: Well, how do you figure that?
Diane: Uh, you went as jack’s plus-one, so I’m sure no one was sad to see you leave, either.
Phyllis: Okay, first of all — oh, no, no, no. You’re not me, okay? You’re not me. And nobody wants you around.
Diane: That’s not necessarily true. Kyle defended me when you were so ungraciously trying to kick me out.
Phyllis: You are misreading kyle’s actions. He doesn’t know what to say. He doesn’t know what he wants right now. But — but I have confidence that, with summer’s urging, he’ll figure out that letting you back in his life was a huge mistake.
Diane: God, this is really getting tedious. Are you done?
Phyllis: No, I’m not done! You are a cancer! You are a cancer here! I want you out! I want you gone!
Tessa: Okay, ready?
Mariah: Yeah. Hey, guys? Uh, hello? Uh, we — we just wanted to, uh — to say som–
Tessa: Hey, I got this.
[ Whistles ] Thank you.
[ Laughs ] Well, we just want to give a final thank-you to all of you for coming and making this such a magical night.
Mariah: And thank you to our friends and our family for helping to put this together. It’s insane.
Tessa: And I want to thank my sister, crystal, for coming and making this a dream come true.
[ Cheers and applause ]
Mariah: And I want to thank crystal for agreeing to spend the night at the grand phoenix so we can have the apartment to ourselves.
[ Laughter ]
Tessa: Alright, we’ve done our vows.
Tessa: We’ve eaten cake. And we’ve danced till our feet went numb, so…
Mariah: We’re out of here, suckers! Bye!
Faith: Wait a minute! There’s still one more thing to do.
Mariah: [ Laughs ]
Tessa: Wow. Okay.
Mariah: I guess we’re doing this.
Tessa: We’re doing this.
Mariah: Alright, together.
Both: One, two, three.
Chloe: Oh! Uh, well, I think it’s a little too late for me.
Kevin: [ Laughs ]
Chloe: Um, okay.
Abby: [ Chuckles ] Well, this thing is like a homing device for married women.
Mariah: Okay, we’ve got to give it one more try, right? I mean, this one will be the winner, okay?
Abby: Okay, let’s do it. Here we go!
[ Gasping, laughter ]
Jack: Um… I think I’ve been married more than anyone in this room.
[ Laughter ] I don’t know how I feel about this.
[ Laughter ] Well, the next time’s a charm, right?
[ Cheers and applause ]
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Sharon: You know, you were dancing so enthusiastically, at one point, I got worried that you were gonna do the splits or something.
Nick: It was tempting, but i couldn’t risk a torn hamstring.
Sharon: Wasn’t the ceremony beautiful? And the girls were so happy.
Nick: They really were.
Sharon: I hope that for the rest of their lives they’ll always be happy and healthy and in love. But I hate that life has taught me that that’s not always possible.
Nick: Sharon, I know life can be, uh, tough and very cruel at times. But mariah and tessa — no matter what they face in the future, they know they will always have a very loving and supporting family that they can count on.
Sharon: Thanks for always being here when I need you. Especially these last few weeks. I don’t think I could have gotten through them without you.
Nick: Well, I hope you know you can always count on me.
Diane: I’d offer you a drink, but I don’t want to.
Phyllis: Oh, that’s okay. I don’t want one. Um, so, I’m going to talk to you as, uh, the owner of this hotel. Um, I let you stay here because you wanted to talk to kyle and — what? — Make peace. I also wanted to keep an eye on you. But, see, you’ve talked to kyle, and now it’s in his hands. You keep on teasing us, saying you’re leaving — “I’m leaving” — but you’re still here. So, I’m gonna make it real easy on you. Get the hell out of my hotel, diane.
Diane: You can order me out of your hotel, but you can’t make me leave town, and I am staying right here until kyle decides one way or another. I believe that kyle is capable of forgiving me. And maybe jack, too.
Phyllis: Oh, my… you are delusional.
Kyle: Mmm. I’ve missed you so much.
Summer: I can’t imagine how difficult this has been for you. It was so painful when I wasn’t sure who my father was. I — just the confusion of not knowing my place or my identity. It might be a bit like what you’re going through.
Kyle: It’s hard for me to figure out exactly how to feel. I’m happy you’re here. And I don’t expect you to have an opinion or anything.
Summer: Oh, but I do.
Kyle: Really? ‘Cause you just met my mother. Or re-met her.
Summer: I saw all I needed to see when I caught the way she looked at my mom earlier. It was pure anger and jealousy. I don’t think that woman can be trusted for a second.
Kyle: [ Sighs ] If you’re washing with the bargain brand,
Allie: So, how many times have you been married?
Jack: That is a story for another time. How about some tea?
[ Doorbell rings ] Oh. Who is that?
Phyllis: Hey! I have an update. Oh, am I interrupting?
Jack: Uh, no, you’re not interrupting. Come on in.
Phyllis: Okay. I have details —
Allie: You know what? I think I’m gonna head up to bed.
Phyllis: Good night.
Jack: Good night, allie. So, what is going on? You disappeared from the reception.
Phyllis: Yeah, because I went to the hotel to confront diane.
Jack: Phyllis —
Phyllis: No, I didn’t make a scene. It was no big deal. But, um, she will be leaving town now.
Jack: Wait. What makes you think that?
Phyllis: Uh…I kicked her out of my hotel.
Jack: Okay. Well, there wasn’t a big scene at the wedding.
Phyllis: No, and I also told her no one wants here here. That’s it. Listen. Do you have problem a with my doing this? I mean, I thought you would be a little bit more appreciative. Are you still on the fence about having diane here?
Jack: I want kyle to get some closure, and I don’t think he’s gotten it yet. And your putting your foot on the scale probably doesn’t help. If she feels forced out, it could backfire on us, and as much as I hate the idea, kyle still needs time with his mother.
Phyllis: [ Sighs ] Alright. I just let my own hatred for diane get the best of me, i guess. Sorry. I apologize.
Jack: No, no, don’t — don’t apol– don’t apologize. You were being you, and I happen to like you.
Phyllis: Thank you. It was a lovely night otherwise.
Jack: It was, wasn’t it?
Phyllis: Yeah. Thank you for asking me to be your date.
Jack: Is that what you were?
Phyllis: Yeah, I was your date. Thank you.
Jack: My date.
Phyllis: [ Chuckles ] Allie caught the bouquet.
Jack: Uh, no. I caught the bouquet.
Phyllis: You caught it?
Phyllis: That’s a first.
Jack: Well, the first to catch a bouquet. Walking down the aisle — i think I’ve done that for the last time.
Phyllis: No. I don’t know if it’s the last time for you.
Jack: One night without thinking about diane. Is that too much to ask for?
Phyllis: It is not too much to a– let’s dance. You want to dance with me? Let’s dance.
Phyllis: Let’s go.
Diane: [ Sighs ]
Tessa: [ Gasps ] Ooh. Oh, my goodness.
Mariah: Wow. Oh, my gosh.
Tessa: Wow, this is so beautiful.
[ Both laugh ] Look at this.
Tessa: Oh, my gosh. Ah! We did it!
[ Both laugh ]
Mariah: Oh, wow. We’re married.
Tessa: Whew. Um…
Mariah: [ Chuckles ]
Tessa: What’s next?
Mariah: I mean, the sky’s the limit…starting right now.