The Wedding Do Over (2018) Movie Script

- Ah, they look great.
- Beautiful.
[soft instrumental music]
- A bride deserves to feel
like a princess
or even a rock star
on her wedding day.
[indistinct conversations]
It's the one day
that should be perfect.
But sometimes things
don't go exactly as planned.
[ominous music]
Maybe the weather
called for sunny skies,
but instead it rained.
- [yells]
- Oh, no!
[all exclaiming]
- Or perhaps an uncle drank
too much
and fell into the wedding cake.
- [gasps]
- But sometimes it's remembered
for all the wrong reasons.
- Do something!
- And sometimes,
to put it bluntly,
a dream wedding can turn into
a nightmare.
- [screaming]
So, yeah, it didn't go well.
- That's when I come in, Sandy,
to fix what went wrong,
to give the bride
a wedding do-over.
- You can really do this, Abby?
- Redo weddings
are my specialty.
I give all my clients a day
to remember
for all the right reasons,
as you can see in these photos.
- This time we're going big
- Oh.
- We tried, it wasn't quite
- Saturday delivery
for Redo I Do.
- Thanks, Kyle.
Another mysterious
flower delivery.
You know, we've been getting
one a month for a year,
and we still don't know
who's been sending them.
- Well, if I knew,
I would tell you, Taylor.
[phone ringing]
- [giggles]
- I'll see you later.
- Good morning.
Redo I Do,
where wedding dreams come
true the second time around.
- It's Carmen.
I'm waiting on the schedule.
- I can get that to you
next week.
- All right, fine.
- So Taylor and I already have
all the information we need,
and we'll be in touch
with details as they come in.
- Okay, great.
- Yep, take care.
Hey, is that
what I think it is?
- Yeah, your monthly
flower delivery.
- Wow, they're beautiful.
I wish I knew
who was sending them.
- Probably a client.
You do have a lot
of happy brides.
Are you still planning
to go out of town
now that you have
Sandy's do-over to prep?
- Yes.
It's been easy enough since
it's my cousin's wedding
and I've been sending Emily
detailed instructions,
so she's been handling
most of it herself.
[phone ringing]
Oh, speak of the devil.
Hey, Em.
- Abby, I'm panicking a little.
- What's going on?
Is everything okay with Dan?
- Oh.
He's good.
Just readjusting
to civilian life.
We both are.
I just need to know you're going
to be here on Monday
so I know nothing
will go wrong.
- You can count on me, Em.
I promise.
- Abby, thank you so much
for this.
Dan and I didn't have time
for a real wedding,
and this means so much to us
even though I know it might
be kind of hard for you.
- Hard?
- Seeing Peter after
all this time?
- Em, this is for you
and Dan.
I'm happy to help.
- You're the best.
Well, I got to get
to the hospital.
I'm working a double shift.
I'll see you soon.
- Okay.
- How's it coming along, Peter?
- Well, Gary,
I'm just not inspired, man.
- Hey, did your brother
happen to mention what time
he'd be coming in today?
- Uh, Dan's been late all week.
- And explain to me why they're
getting married twice.
- Yeah, they just had a civil
service before Dan deployed.
I think Emily wants
a proper wedding.
- Understandable.
- Morning, fellas.
- Hey, speak of the devil.
- Ah.
What's up, man?
- Morning, Dan.
- What's up, man?
- Sorry I'm late.
- No worries, bro.
- So you going to be okay
when you see Abby?
- Yeah, man, of course.
Why wouldn't I be?
- Because you haven't seen her
in three years.
And you didn't exactly leave
on the best of terms.
- I'll be fine.
I got to go check on
some stuff.
[clears throat]
- So Sandy had surf and turf
buffet and cherries jubilee
at her first wedding.
- Yeah, cherries are great.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah, I'm sorry.
I just--I haven't been home
in a while, so...
- So shouldn't you
be excited then?
- Emily is married to Dan,
who's the brother
of my ex, Peter.
- Messy breakup
with the ex-boyfriend.
- Anyway, I'll be away
for a week,
and I want you to stay here
and help get the ball rolling
with Sandy's do-over.
- Yes!
I would love the responsibility.
I will work on it 24-7.
I will not let you down.
- I know.
- Awesome.
- [laughs]
- Okay.
[mellow pop music]
When I stop and
Think of love
It's you that
I'm dreaming of
How did I get
So far from home?
And even though I know
it's true
That I'm supposed
to be with you
It's so hard to tell you
the truth
both: I don't mind
if it makes me cry
But I just gotta
hear your voice tonight
Everyone that's been
by my side
Doesn't make it feel
like you do
- I'll go heat it up, all right?
- Hello.
- [laughing]
- Abby, oh!
- Bonnie.
- Oh, my gosh.
It's so good to see you.
- It's so good to see you.
- It's been, what, two years?
- Three.
- No.
- Yeah.
- Wow.
- Wow, it smells
so good in here.
- Well, part of our charm.
[both laugh]
- Hey, can I get a loaf of
your cheddar sourdough?
- You are in luck.
I just made a fresh batch and
it's cooling off in the back.
- Perfect.
- Sliced up?
- Yes, please.
- Oh, be sure to try
my boysenberry spread.
It's amazing.
- Ooh, okay.
[bell rings]
[door shuts]
- Abby?
- Oh!
- Oh.
- Hi.
- Sorry.
- Oh.
- Oh, so sorry.
- Um...
- Oh, that's not coming out.
- It's fine.
It's really--it's okay.
What--what are you doing here?
- I live here.
- Of course.
- You look good.
- [laughs]
No, thank you.
Um, so do you.
- Thanks.
So you excited for the redo?
- Yeah, it'll be good
to get some quality time in.
- Oh, hey, Mom.
- Well, Abby.
- Hi, Mrs. Clark.
- Looks like Los Angeles
agrees with you.
- It does.
- Here you go.
That will be $4.
- Okay.
Wow, only $4?
- Not L.A. prices, huh?
- Oh.
Well, I'll see you guys
at the wedding.
- All right.
- All right.
- See you at the wedding.
- Yeah.
[upbeat rock music]
- Bonnie, do you have
my order ready?
- Dad!
- Abby.
- Hey!
You look great.
- Oh, thanks.
So do you.
- Oh.
- You know, your mom is on
this bit of a health kick,
so it's naturally got
a trickle-down effect.
- Nice.
Well, hey, the flowers
look great.
They're coming in nicely.
- Oh, thank you.
- You're here!
- Mom!
- Oh.
- Hey.
What's with this?
- Oh, this is my
healthy living business.
- Your mom is a hippy guru now,
so don't be surprised
if she shows up at the wedding
with bell-bottoms
and flowers in her hair.
- Don't listen to him.
With all the extra gardening
I have him doing,
he's in the best shape
of his life.
- [whispering]
It's true.
- Come on, let's get your stuff
and get you settled in.
- Okay.
- Oh.
[piano music]
Oh, sorry about all the stuff.
I just added potpourri
to my collection.
So mind all the lavender.
- Well, it smells nice.
- It's so good to have
you back home, honey.
- Mom.
It's not like you guys
haven't seen me.
You and dad love visiting L.A.
- I know,
but there's just something about
having you back here, you know?
You've been missed.
- Well, hey.
I couldn't resist.
- Oh, gosh.
How is Bonnie?
Did she look like she
was enjoying the essential oil
I gave her?
- I wouldn't know what
that looks like, Mom.
Besides, I was too busy
running into Peter.
And his mom.
- Oh, really?
How did that go?
- Well, this happened.
- Oh.
- Yeah.
- And Peter?
- It was weird
seeing him again.
But you know what?
I am so glad
it is out of the way
and I will not have to see him
until the wedding.
- Oh, honey, I don't think
that's going to be possible.
Peter is paying for
the entire wedding.
[instrumental music]
- What?
Oh, it's so good to see you.
- Oh, you too.
- Welcome home, soldier.
- Thank you.
It's good to be home.
You look good.
- You look great.
Yeah, I'm glad you're back.
- Same.
- Thank you so much
for doing this, Abby.
I don't know what we would
do without your help
for this wedding.
Don't you have something
you could be doing?
Look, you should know that--
- That Peter is the one who's
paying for your entire wedding?
- I know,
I should have told you,
but I thought if you knew
that Peter's gift to us
was the wedding, you might not
have taken the redo.
- No, it was just
a surprise, that's all.
- Here, let's grab a seat.
- Okay.
- Are you ready
for one more surprise?
- Depends on what it is.
- Well, Peter has been
the one going around
doing most of
the wedding preparations.
- What?
- Well, he knew how busy Dan
and I have been,
and he's stepped in to lift
the load off of our shoulders.
- That's nice of him,
but I'm here now
and we can finish everything up
- Right.
Well, that's what I want
to talk to you about.
I won't be able
to finalize stuff with you.
- Okay, but we were supposed
to go over the final details
together and--and hang out.
- I know, I know, but
I have to pull double shifts
at the hospital.
But I have good news.
Peter volunteered
to help you out.
- Oh!
- That shouldn't be
a problem, right?
- No.
Because you're going to tell him
that I can handle
all of this myself.
- Got it.
- So everything's going
- Yep, smoothly.
- Perfect.
All right, and remember, we're
more than just wedding planners;
we're part therapists as well.
Our brides have experienced
a lot of disappointment,
so we have to handle them
with care.
- Of course.
- Oh, great.
- What's wrong?
- Oh, just my old bedroom
isn't quite how I left it.
[soft instrumental music]
- Is it weird being back?
- Um, yeah.
Seeing Peter again
was a little awkward.
[dramatic music]
Taylor, I'm gonna
have to call you back.
- Okay.
[soft instrumental music]
- What are you doing?
- [whispering] I didn't want
to bother your parents.
- You realize we're not
in high school, right?
- Yeah, I do.
Can you come down here
for a sec?
- Yeah, I'll be right down.
- Pretty flowers.
- Dad's really into
gardening these days.
- So I hear you're scared
of working with me.
- What?
Okay, I am not scared.
- Good.
Me neither.
- I never said you were.
- I'm not sure why you're
the one who is complaining.
I was the one who was left
at the altar, remember?
- Peter, that is not
what happened.
Nobody made it to the altar
because we all got sick.
You know what?
- Oh.
- Forget it.
I'm not even having
this argument with you.
- Look, Abby, the only reason
I came here was to let you know
that I'm going to see this
wedding through to the end.
I've been working on it
from the beginning,
and I gave Dan and Emily my word
that I was going to give them
the best wedding ever.
- Oh, yeah?
Well, so did I.
- And since I'm paying
for everything...
- Oh, I knew you were
going to use that.
- Abby, we used to be
a pretty decent team,
so I'm fairly confident we
should be able to work together
without any issues.
Unless, of course, you don't
think you can handle it.
- Oh, I'm the professional,
so I can handle it.
- Great.
- Yeah, great.
Looks like we're
working together.
- Can't wait.
- Awesome.
- Good night.
- Yep, you too, Peter.
- Oh-ho.
What's the occasion?
- No occasion.
Made my famous bacon la Dan:
crispy and chewy.
- That's very sweet of you,
but I don't eat bacon anymore.
- What?
Since when?
- I gave it up last year.
- Huh.
Well, you can still
eat the eggs then.
- I can't stay for breakfast.
I start work early today,
Um, how about we order takeout
for dinner tonight?
- Sure.
- Greek.
- [sighs]
- Hmm.
- We'll agree on something.
Greek it is.
- Mmm.
Mm, really good.
Maybe add some Sriracha sauce.
- Ah, I don't eat spicy stuff
- Well, maybe I should tell
Abby and Peter that
so they can tell the caterer.
have I told you lately
how glad I am that you're home?
- Yesterday.
- Bye.
[phone buzzing]
- Hello?
- Hey.
Um, so we have an early morning
breakfast meeting.
- We do?
- Yes, we do.
Well, I mean, if you--look,
if you want to,
I figured we could, uh...
go over the final
wedding plans.
- Don't you have
to work or something?
- You see, that's one of the
few perks of being the boss.
- Oh, good, you're up.
I just took out kale
and chia seed bran muffins
from the oven.
- Oh.
- They need to be eaten hot,
otherwise they get too hard
to chew.
- [coughs]
- So Bonnie still has
the best waffles in town.
Unless, of course,
you'd rather eat
those delicious-sounding
- [sighs]
I'll meet you there.
[upbeat rock music]
- So what we normally do is go
back to what you pictured
for your wedding day and try to
recapture what you wanted
in the first place.
- Oh.
- Questions?
- I've been talking with
my husband, and we feel that
since our wedding
was such a mess,
we really don't want
to recapture any of it.
- Oh.
- So can Abby
start from scratch?
- Oh.
- I just want my redo
to be perfect.
- Your wedding do-over
is going to be beyond perfect.
[soft instrumental music]
- All right.
- Hi.
- Hey.
- I feel like
it was just yesterday
that I was serving you two
at this very table.
Grilled cheese stuffed
with--what was it?
both: Hash browns.
- Right.
The usual, Peter?
Waffles and bacon?
- Yes, please, Bonnie.
- I will do waffle
and berries, please.
- Three stack or five?
- Five.
- Well, glad to see L.A.
hasn't changed your appetite.
- I never say no to a waffle.
- So how is the big city
treating you?
- Good.
Yeah, work is great.
- I thought that you gave Emily
great instructions.
- That you somehow ended up
following instead.
Anyway, this is
a business breakfast,
so let's get down to business,
shall we?
- Yeah, we shall.
- I added canaps.
- I don't know.
I mean, if it rains,
we can just move inside, right?
- Canaps, not canopies.
- Good idea.
Oh, great call on
that out-of-town caterer,
by the way.
- Better safe than sorry.
- Right.
- I also didn't see
the pink peonies on the list.
- I know, the florist said
it's a really rare variety
and they couldn't
find them anywhere,
but they've got plenty
of other stuff.
- Em's always dreamed
of having this special variety
of pink peonies cascading down
a bower at her wedding, so...
- Hey, didn't you want something
like that at our wedding?
- You don't remember?
The florist brought
pink carnations
instead of purple violets.
It was a bubble gum explosion.
That's why it's so important
to me that the bride gets
the right flowers.
You know what, wouldn't you
rather just give me
your credit card or something?
This is going to be
really boring for you.
- No, it's okay.
Like I told you before,
I'm going to see this through
to the end.
- All right.
I have to take pictures of
your mom's backyard anyway,
so you might as well come.
- There you go.
There you are, darling.
- Thank you.
- Enjoy.
- Thank you.
I will.
- [laughs]
- So much better
than I remembered.
- Hey, Mom!
Abby and I are here
to check out the venue.
- Oh.
Well, I don't know why.
You know every inch
of the venue.
Hello, Abby.
- Hi.
- I don't know why Emily
just didn't contact me
to make all the arrangements.
Wasn't I helpful
with your wedding?
- You did, a lot.
- Yes, it--it was...
- You know,
you could have ordered
the same catering
company again.
- It certainly wasn't my idea
to have the caterer
give everybody food poisoning
and cause you two to break up.
- We really should be focusing
on Dan and Emily's wedding.
I promised Emily
that she can count on me, so...
- And I promised Dan
the same thing.
- Ah.
And Peter is a man
of his word.
All right, well,
have at it, you two.
I know Peter has to get back
to work.
- [chuckles]
- Thanks, Mom.
- Wow.
Well, it's official.
- What is?
- Your mom hates me.
- No, she doesn't hate you.
She just--
just doesn't understand really
why we broke up.
[camera shutter clicks]
No one really does.
- That's not true.
I mean, you do.
- Maybe we should
talk about it.
- We really shouldn't though,
Okay, did we not just say
that we're here
for Emily and Dan?
- Yeah, no, we did.
- [yawns]
both: Oh.
- Hey.
You're home early.
- I came back to sleep
before my midnight shift.
I'm exhausted.
- Oh, I'm sorry, Em.
I got all my old stuff
from my mom,
so the bed is covered in boxes.
- I'll just nap
in the spare room.
- Oh, I had a lot of stuff
to bring over,
so that room
is a mess too.
- It's okay.
We're married, so we got to make
room for each other, right?
I'll just nap on the couch.
- Promise to keep it down.
- Okay.
[loud thud]
- Sorry!
- It's okay.
- Think you may have
overdone it on the lace?
- You can never have
too much of a good thing.
- Yeah, you always do that.
- What?
- Overdo it.
- I do not.
- Really?
Graduation party,
30 pizzas.
A bit excessive.
How about the 4th of July party
back in college?
- Okay, that was a great party.
People talked about it
for weeks.
- Yeah, because you bought
so many fireworks
we almost set the backyard
on fire.
- I did not almost set
the backyard on fire, Peter.
You're completely exaggerating.
- You left this on the counter.
both: Oh.
- Thank you so much.
- It's nice seeing a couple
working together
on planning a wedding.
- Oh, no, no, no.
Yeah, no, she's not my...
- Yeah, we're not...
- Oh, I'm sorry.
I thought this was
your wedding.
- No, no, no, no.
- No, Abby here plans wedding
do-overs for other people,
not herself.
- Are you two sure
you're not a couple?
- [laughing]
- You know what, actually,
I got to check in at work.
- Great, I'll just continue
on my own then.
- Ah, nice try, Abby, but
we're going to do this together.
Let's pick up where we left off
tomorrow afternoon, okay?
- Okay, well, Peter, what am
I supposed to do until then?
- See you tomorrow.
- Peter!
[mellow rock music]
Yep, and one bamboo runner,
running about 15 meters.
- You got it.
- Awesome.
- Bye.
- Honey, shouldn't you be making
these decisions with Peter?
- It's easier this way.
Less bickering.
- You two used to
work well together.
- It's... complicated.
But it's fine.
It'll be fine.
[soft instrumental music]
[exhales sharply]
[upbeat music]
[door closes]
- [chuckles]
- Oh.
- Is everything okay?
- I stayed here all night
working on a redo.
- I'm going to go out on a limb
and guess you've hit a wall.
- I've plowed into one.
- Hmm.
Have you talked
to Abby about it?
- No, I--I don't want
to bother her, you know?
She's got her cousin's redo
to work on,
and I really want this bride
to have the perfect wedding.
- Is she a bridezilla?
- No.
Sandy would be happy if
we kept her dry and upright.
- [laughs]
Maybe aim for a loftier goal.
- Or one that wasn't
a carbon copy of the first one.
- Well, then start from there,
you know.
If she had an outdoor wedding,
go indoors.
If she did a daytime wedding,
do an evening one.
- I should literally do
the opposite of everything
she originally had.
Kyle, you're a genius.
- Oh.
- Thank you, Kyle.
This is--this is going to work.
- All right.
[instrumental music]
[phone ringing]
- Hello, Abby.
- Good morning, Peter.
I am off to the florist now.
- Uh, I thought we were
meeting up this afternoon.
- Who's hungry?
- Yeah, change of plans.
- Change of plans?
- If you hurry,
you can catch me.
- Abby, hold--
[phone line beeping]
- Get it while it's hot.
- I'm sorry, Mom, I got to run.
- This is for you.
- Thank you.
- Thank you, brother.
Oh, hey, I'll be back
to finish the budget.
- Oh, dude,
don't worry about it.
I'll cover for you.
- You sure?
Have to meet up with Abby real
quick, but I can cut it short.
- I got you, man.
Do your thing.
- Dude, you're the best.
- We're partners now!
- Yeah, man, thank you.
[upbeat music]
- Thank you so much for working
on the price with me.
I really, really appreciate it.
- No problem.
It'll be done on time.
- Okay, have a good one.
- Mm-hmm, you too.
- Hi.
- Shall we?
- I actually got her to
knock the price down by half.
- Really?
- Uh-huh.
- That's awesome,
but that's not the point, Abby.
We said we were going to
do this together.
- I work better alone.
- Don't you have an assistant?
- That's beside the point.
Look, Peter, I am perfectly
capable of planning
a do-over by myself.
[phone ringing]
- Abby.
- Hey, Em.
How's the bride-to-be?
- I've been better.
- What's wrong?
- I slept on the couch
and now my back is sore.
- Why are you sleeping
on the couch?
Is everything okay with Dan?
- No, no. We're fine.
Hey, my veil just came in
and I was wondering
if you could pick it up.
- Yeah, of course.
- Great.
- Hey, are you sure
everything's all right?
- Yeah.
Thanks for all your help.
- Yeah, no worries.
- You okay?
- I have to pick up
Emily's veil.
- Okay.
I'll go with you.
- Peter, enough already, okay?
I'm a professional.
I can handle this on my own.
- I know you're a professional,
as you keep reminding me.
Like I would have forgotten
why you fled town
in the first place.
- Wow.
You were the one
who told me to go to L.A.
- Because you canceled
our wedding.
- I didn't cancel it.
It got canceled.
Everyone got sick.
There was a flood
in your mom's backyard!
What do you want me to do?
It had to get postponed.
- Abby, come on.
A postponement means
a few weeks,
not six months down the road or
whenever we get around to it.
- I wanted it to be special.
What is so wrong about wanting
the wedding of my dreams?
- Nothing.
Nothing is wrong with it
if in fact you were going to
stick around with me
to plan said wedding.
- So you're mad
that I took the internship.
- No, Abby, I'm not mad.
You're the one who originally
turned down the internship
so that we could get married.
- Yes, and then things happen
and plans change.
There was no reason for me to
not take the internship
while we picked out a date
and a venue.
It was only supposed
to be for a few months
and then you were the one who
had to give me an ultimatum.
- That's not fair.
That is not what happened.
- Peter, you told me that
if I took the internship,
I shouldn't bother coming back.
- We both know you were
never coming back anyways.
[somber music]
- Hi, Sandy.
- Hi.
- Please, have a seat.
- I can't wait to hear
what Abby's come up with.
- Well, we have come up
with an evening celebration
in a museum.
- Oh.
- As you can tell
from the photos,
it's completely different
from your original wedding.
[soft piano music]
- An evening wedding
in a museum.
- We want your wedding
to be historical,
and the love story
between you and John
is history in the making,
so what better way to celebrate
that love than in a museum
full of history?
- I like it.
- Great.
- Okay, so where do we start?
- Definitely check this out.
[instrumental music]
- Mmm, something smells good.
- Yeah, Mom brought
over a casserole.
- Oh, not from the food
poisoning caterers I hope.
- I heard that.
- I'm sorry, Rose.
I didn't know you were here.
- I just decided
to help out a little bit.
- Oh, please, no.
It's our mess to deal with.
- I am perfectly happy
helping out until you two
settle into a routine.
- Oh, I think
we've got a routine.
Right, Em?
- Yeah.
- Come sit.
I made enough to feed an army.
- Ah, it's really good.
Mom outdid herself
with this one.
- The secret is the bacon.
- Emily doesn't eat
bacon anymore.
I forgot.
- No worries.
I'll just eat a salad.
- You got to have something for
the salad, for heaven's sake.
[soft instrumental music]
- [whispering]
Come down here.
- Hey.
- [sighs]
I'm sorry that I keep
bringing things up.
You were right.
Shouldn't just have left it
all in the past.
- How did we get here, Pete?
Bickering and stepping
all over each other's feelings?
- I don't know.
All I know is that I hate
arguing with you.
- Yeah.
We were always friends.
Best friends.
I miss that.
- Me too.
- Do you think that maybe
we could be friends again?
Can we try?
- Yeah, of course.
- Truce.
Okay, well, we have
a long day tomorrow.
- Yep.
- Be ready for it.
- All right, I will.
- Good night, Peter.
- Good night, Abby.
[cheery music]
- Delivery.
- Since when do you make
coffee deliveries?
- Since I thought
you could use it.
- Thank you, Kyle.
Oh, that's amazing.
- They're from my
brother's coffee shop.
I get free coffee and I pass out
his business cards.
- Cute.
A coffee shop in the library.
- How did it go?
- So great.
The bride loved all my ideas.
I was actually just sending out
the deposit check.
- Oh.
I'll deliver it.
- Really?
Thank you.
[upbeat music]
- Yeah, well,
you'd be surprised.
They tighten the waist.
- You think so?
- Yeah.
It's nice. Right?
- Hey.
- Hi.
- Hi, sweetheart.
- What you doing?
- Waiting for you.
- And admiring
this beautiful dress.
- Yeah.
- Ah, it can't be prettier
than the one Emily's going
to wear.
- It's pretty close,
but mine was on sale, so..
- Where is your dress?
I thought you were
picking it up.
- Hers won't be ready
until this afternoon.
- I can pick it up
on my way home.
- Oh, and risk you sneaking
a peek?
I don't think so.
I'll just pick it up
after lunch.
- Um, yeah, but about lunch.
I can't make it.
I have to be back in the shop.
- But we have reservations
at the Trattoria.
- Yeah, I know.
I'm sorry.
- Dan, it's my one afternoon
off before the wedding.
- Yeah, Em, I'm sorry,
but Peter is not in the shop
and the end of the month
receipts are due.
[soft instrumental music]
- Fine.
- And actually I was hoping
you'd take this home for me.
- Sure.
- Thank you.
You're the best.
- Mm-hmm.
- Love you.
- Love you.
- Bye.
- Wow, we got a lot done.
It's not even 2:00.
- Once I'm on a roll,
there's no stopping me.
- Oh, yeah, that's right,
because you're a professional.
- [laughs]
- Do you remember that?
- It was a bad haircut.
- Yeah, you think?
- Awkward days of my life.
Let's not go back
to those days, shall we?
- I remember this place.
You know what, Abby,
I'm just going--
I'll hang back at the car.
- What?
- Remember the roses?
I never gave her that dance.
- Peter, you're being
so ridiculous.
That was such a long time ago.
She's not going to remember.
- I promised her, Abby.
I just--
- It's going to be fine.
Let's just go.
- [sighs]
Okay, okay.
- Um, Mrs. Collidge?
It's Abby.
- Oh, yes, of course, Abby.
How are you?
We haven't seen you for ages.
- Yeah, yeah.
It's been a while.
Um, we were just driving by
and I remembered your garden
of flowers.
I think you have a special
variety of peonies.
- Oh, right there.
- Um, I would love to
buy some from you.
- Well, honey,
I don't sell flowers.
- Oh, Mrs. Coolidge, maybe you
could just make an exception
for us.
I mean, these flowers
are so beautiful.
I mean, you clearly have a--
- I remember you.
You needed some roses for your
parade float for homecoming.
Am I right?
- Yeah, yeah, you are right.
- Yeah, and you sweet-talked me
out of all of my roses
for the promise of a dance
with you,
which I never got.
[quirky music]
- Well, Mrs. Coolidge,
better late than never.
May I?
- [laughs]
- Ooh.
- La, da, da, dee, da
[cheery music]
Thanks, Mrs. Collidge!
- Bye.
- I cannot believe we found
those flowers.
Apparently you and Mrs. Collidge
are best friends now.
- [laughs]
I think she just
wanted someone to talk to.
She seemed a little lonely.
- Yeah.
You always did
have a way with people.
- Weddings are all about
creating the bride's dreams
and translating them
into reality.
- Yeah, that's awesome.
You're lucky.
I wish I had
that kind of passion.
- What?
Peter, you love designing and
you're dedicated to the business
your dad built.
- Yeah, no, no, no.
You're right.
I do love it, but more and more
it seems to be about
balancing the books, and it's
kind of a headache for me
on top of the long hours.
- Yeah, long hours
can be lonely.
- Yeah.
You ever get lonely in L.A.?
- With the millions of people
living there, not so much.
- Yeah, that's what I figured.
You probably got guys
knocking down your door
all the time trying to
ask you out.
- Not exactly.
I mean, I date here and there,
but nobody special.
What about you?
- Nobody special.
Oh, hey, pull over here
real quick.
- [sighs]
Oh, remember this?
- Of course I do.
It's where you proposed.
- I walked you over here.
- You dropped the keys.
- Yeah, well, I was nervous,
all right?
[soft instrumental music]
I haven't been back here since.
You know, I've missed
our conversations.
- Even in the end?
- I didn't know it was the end.
- Neither did I.
[phone ringing]
It's Em.
Hey, Em, guess what.
- Abby, it's a disaster.
- Why?
What's going on?
- Everything.
You got to help.
- Okay, I'll be right there.
- Okay.
[instrumental music]
- Everything okay?
- Bridal emergency.
- All right.
[exhales sharply]
- Em?
Come on out.
We're here to help.
- The less people see it,
the better.
- Maybe it's best if you go.
- Yeah.
Well, keep me posted.
- Sure.
[quirky music]
Okay, Em.
It's just you and me.
- It's a mullet dress.
And the sleeves are all wrong.
They look like water wings.
I said cap sleeves.
I look like I got kicked off
a dance show.
- No!
- Yes.
- No.
It's going to be okay.
- [inhales sharply]
Everything's wrong.
- We can fix this, okay?
I can call Taylor.
We have access to other dresses.
We have time.
- It's not just the dress.
- What's going on?
[soft piano music]
- All I prayed for this whole
year was for Dan to come home
safely so that we could start
our lives together,
that once he was here,
everything would
fall into place,
but I feel like
we're out of sync.
- Well, you guys have never
lived together before.
I mean, of course
there's an adjustment.
- It's more than that.
When we talked
while he was deployed,
we never talked about life
or what we wanted.
I with just grateful
he was alive,
and he was so happy
to hear my voice,
so we kept it light, but now...
- [sighs]
So start talking
to each other, okay?
You have to tell him who
you are now and what you want.
I mean, you two spent
a year apart.
- What if we grew apart?
- No. No.
If you open up the lines
of communication,
you'll go together.
- Yeah.
- Now, about this dress...
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- It's terrible.
- It's not that bad.
- So we've done away
with a traditional wedding cake,
and no cupcakes either.
- Oh.
- It's perfectly suited for
a lovely cocktail reception.
- Mm-hmm.
- Great.
And now...
to try on...
The perfect wedding dress.
[door opens, closes]
- Delivery.
- Thanks, Kyle.
- I don't know, Taylor.
Is it too short?
- You did say you didn't want
to recapture anything
from your first wedding.
- Right.
- How about we just try it on?
You know, see how it looks.
- Sure, yeah.
- Not going as planned?
- Almost.
I just don't know if I got her
the right dress, though.
I mean, I thought
she'd be completely excited
about a new look.
- You choose it
for a reason, right?
- Yeah.
- Then tell her your reasons.
Show off your expertise.
- Okay.
I knew you'd rock that dress.
- Really?
I don't know.
I mean, the fit is perfect,
- Close your eyes.
You're at the museum.
Guests mingle from room to room
and a string quartet plays.
You and your husband
go from room to room
surrounded by ancient artifacts,
surrounded by history.
And you're greeted by
all your guests.
And all eyes are on you
because in this dress,
you just made history.
Open your eyes.
A timeless love story
deserves an amazing dress.
- It's perfect.
And John will never expect it.
You guys are the best.
- [sighs]
[phone ringing]
- Hey, Pete.
- Hey, Abby.
How did things go with Em?
- I think I have
a handle on things.
- Okay.
Anything that I can do to help?
- No, but thank you
for the offer.
- Yeah, of course.
Any time.
So my mom is throwing a barbecue
this afternoon, like old times,
and she would love it
if you and your parents came.
- I find that hard to believe.
- No, Abby.
She's just taking a minute
to warm up.
She's protective of her kids,
you know.
- She sees me
as the big bad wolf.
- Yeah, well, just don't huff
and puff her house down,
all right?
- [laughs]
Okay, I'll try.
- All right,
I'll see you later.
- All right, see you later.
[upbeat rock music]
- How's it going?
- Rose, do you have any coffee?
- I can make some.
- No, it's okay.
I can make some.
Thank you.
- You know where it is?
- I do.
- Hey.
- Glad you made it.
- Thanks, Mom.
both: Mwah.
- So I have butter tarts
from Bonnie.
- Ah, Mom, your favorite.
I'll take those.
- Oh.
- Let's go grab a tray.
- Okay.
- Abby, I really like
this dress.
- Thank you.
- I do too.
It's like the one you wore
when you proposed,
but that one had
yellow flowers.
[soft instrumental music]
- You remember that?
- Yeah, I'm going to make sure
Dan doesn't burn the burgers.
- I love these things.
- [laughs]
- Mmm.
You got to try this.
- Yeah?
- The recipe hasn't changed.
- Mmm.
Wow, well, why mess
with perfection, right?
- Agreed.
- I think we should probably
get these out to everybody
before we eat them all.
- I want to show you something.
It's for Emily.
I've been working on it
in pretty much all of
my spare time.
I think that
the flowers are gonna go
really nicely with it.
- [sighs]
It's beautiful.
- It still needs a final
You think Emily will like it?
- She'll love it.
You can tell a lot of love
went into making it.
- I got to say, it's kind of
nice having you back here.
Sort of bummed
that you're heading back
right after the wedding.
- Actually, I was sort of
thinking I might stay
a couple more weeks.
- Really?
- Yeah, well, you know,
I haven't really had a vacation
since I started my business,
- And you want to vacation here?
- I don't know, I--it wasn't
until I came back
that I realized how much
I missed it here.
We should probably head back
to the barbecue
before your mom sends out
a search party.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
[upbeat rock music]
- Never ever have I felt
so fine
Like laying against you
in the summertime
Never ever has life
been so sweet
We got the whole world
at our feet
I can't go back to before
Walking through this life
And it seems that
I've always known
That wherever you are
Is my home
She got cool love
Baby, you got that cool love
You got that cool love, baby
She got that cool love
Oh, yeah
- [sighs]
[soft instrumental music]
[phone line trilling]
Hey, Em?
- Hey, Em.
Where are you headed?
- Abby's to try on
a new wedding dress.
- Well, what about the one
you already bought?
- They messed up
the alterations.
- Can they fix it?
- When exactly?
Our wedding is tomorrow.
- Emily.
- I'm sorry, but I basically
live at the hospital
and you live at
the furniture store,
and when we are together,
- It's what?
[somber music]
It's just temporary,
until we get our groove back.
- I think we've forgotten
about the little things
that made us us.
Life is in those details, Dan.
[cheery music]
[phone ringing]
- Redo I Do.
This is Taylor speaking.
Yeah, that was a deposit check.
What do you mean it bounced?
That's not possible.
One second.
Yeah, that would be check 1039.
But that's not possible.
[dramatic music]
Oh, no.
Uh, okay,
I'll call you right back.
[soft instrumental music]
- Em, I want you to have it.
- What?
- It's just been sitting
in the closet, collecting dust,
and it deserves to be worn.
- Abby, really think about it.
- [sighs]
It feels like yesterday
I was just trying it on.
- If I wear this dress,
you know what that means, right?
Are you sure you want
to do this?
[doorbell rings,
knocking on door]
- Hey.
- Hey.
- What's this?
- This...
Is your new dress.
- What?
This is the one in
the store window that I wanted.
How did you...
- I simply told the owner
that their mistake
was not going to ruin
my wife's wedding day.
- But...
- Listen...
I'm sorry.
I'm not paying attention
to the small stuff.
But I need you to know that you
are in my every detail.
- Dan.
- We're adjusting.
But that's what marriage is.
You know, readjusting,
so we balance each other out.
Sometimes it's up
and sometimes it's down.
it's always forever.
- Every day with you I say
"I do" over and over
because I love you.
- Oh, you guys.
You don't need a wedding redo;
you just had one.
- [laughs]
- Whoa.
[upbeat music]
- I cannot believe
we got everything done.
- I know.
I can't believe
it's actually been kind of fun.
- I know, right?
- I'm glad we could help give
Dan and Em
the wedding they deserve.
- Yeah.
Me too.
[soft instrumental music]
- I almost gave Emily
my wedding dress.
- Really?
- I haven't seen the dress
in three years.
I'm just surprised how
attached to it I still am.
- I'm kind of glad that
you couldn't part with it.
I'm also glad that you're
staying longer.
- Me too.
Your friendship means
a lot to me.
It always has.
- Me too.
- Peter...
I think it might be bad luck
to kiss underneath
someone else's bower.
- Is that right?
- Yeah.
- Wedding etiquette 101?
- Uh-huh.
- Oh.
- Don't tell Em.
[both laugh]
- I won't if you don't.
- Okay.
- What do you mean you lost
the museum?
It's the focal point
for the entire redo.
Everything hinges on that venue.
- There was an issue
with the deposit.
- An issue?
By issue do you mean mistake?
- I'm so sorry, Sandy.
- Tell Abby I want
to speak with her.
- I'll have her call you
right away.
- No, I want to speak to her
in person,
and I want to see her by Monday.
You know what, you two promised
me the perfect do-over.
I mean, isn't that the whole
point of Re-do I Do?
That everything is supposed
to be stress-free?
Well, now I'm mega-stressed.
Not to mention disappointed.
Just--excuse me.
[somber music]
- All right.
No peeking.
- Okay.
Now what are you up to?
- You'll see.
- Okay.
- A few more feet.
- Mm-hmm.
[soft instrumental music]
- Okay.
You ready?
- Mm-hmm.
- You sure?
- Yeah.
- Surprise.
This is what I've been doing
with all my spare time.
- [chuckles]
- Happy anniversary, Em.
- Sweetheart, it's gorgeous.
Did you...
- I got help
from Peter and Gary.
- My initials.
- You're in every detail.
- Thank you.
- Hi, Mom.
Hi, Dad.
Looking good.
- We try.
Oh, Abby.
Taylor called.
She said to call
her back right away.
- Okay.
Six missed calls.
[phone ringing]
Hey, Taylor.
What's up?
- I messed up, Abby.
- Why?
What's going on?
- I forgot to cancel
the original check
that you wrote for the deposit
for Sandy's do-over,
and, well, I came up with
this whole new redo
that she really loved
and so I went ahead
and wrote a check for the museu
because we needed to secure
the spot right away,
and it bounced
and they gave
the spot to somebody else.
[tense music]
I thought I could do it,
you know?
Everything was going great
- Taylor...
I really wish you would have
come to me about this.
- Me too, and now Sandy
insists on speaking with you.
- Yeah, of course.
I'll give her a call.
- No, she wants
a face-to-face meeting.
She is so disappointed
and stressed out.
And she wants to see you
before Monday.
I'm so sorry, Abby.
I really thought I could
handle it.
- No, no.
It's--it's okay.
I'll come up with something.
Please schedule a Sunday morning
meeting with Sandy and, yeah,
I'll--I'm coming back to L.A.
- Okay.
- Well, looks like
my vacation isn't happening.
- You can't take care
of things from here?
- No, the bride comes first.
I need to smooth things over
in person.
- Maybe you can come back
when you work it out.
- No, no.
I'm gonna just have to leave
after the wedding.
- I know.
It's all right.
- Hey, Taylor.
- Hey, Kyle.
- That's a lot of food
you got there.
- Yeah, I'm working
through the night.
- Oh, for the redo?
- No, on my resume.
- Did you get fired?
- Not yet, but you should
just be prepared.
Anyway, food's
getting cold so...
- Um, I'll walk you back
to the office.
- It's just around the corner.
- I don't mind.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- Come on in.
- All right.
You forgot these.
- Thank you.
- So I'm going to stay
at my mom's tonight.
That way we can get started
on the bower
first thing in the morning.
Figure out any last-minute
Is everything okay?
- Abby, I'll fill
the car tomorrow
so you can leave right after
the reception.
- So you're not staying.
- Something came up at work.
- Right.
Well, I'll go.
I'll let you get some sleep.
Long day tomorrow.
Night, Mr. Anderson.
- Night, Peter.
- Peter.
Peter, wait.
It's an emergency at work, okay?
I have to get back to L.A.
I have no choice.
- You always
have a choice, Abby.
You chose to run away
last time.
You're choosing
to do it again.
- I didn't run away.
I just...
- You just what?
- I just needed more time,
- Well, it certainly
made your choice
a heck of a lot easier,
didn't it?
Our wedding and your internship
couldn't coexist.
It gave you an out,
and you took it.
- Okay, you know what?
That is incredibly unfair.
You were the one
who took my choice away
when you tried to keep me here.
- [sighs]
- You never supported
my dream, Peter,
and you still don't.
- Is everything okay?
- I don't want
to talk about it.
[door slams]
- Mr. Clark.
I will see you tomorrow.
- [exhales]
We're already married,
so I don't see why
you have to spend the night
at the hotel
with your parents.
- Abby says I need
the full wedding experience,
and she's right.
- So can I sneak over?
- No.
Is it weird
that I'm nervous?
- You already said "I do."
So no take-backs.
- I wouldn't dream of it.
- I love you.
- I love you too.
- It's not a museum, but...
[phone beeping]
- Hey.
I made wheatgrass juice.
[somber music]
- [sighs]
Peter and I got in a fight.
- I'm so sorry, honey.
- He said that I was happy
that our wedding got ruined.
I mean, that's crazy, right?
What, Mom?
You don't--
you don't think so?
- Abby, this is the truth,
and don't take it
the wrong way, but...
even I was a little relieved
that your wedding didn't happen.
- You were?
- You were too young,
and you had your dreams
and the internship
that you wanted to pursue.
I think if you take
a good look inside,
you'll see that maybe you felt
a little relieved too.
- No.
I really did love him, Mom.
- You both made
difficult choices.
And I don't think you were wrong
with the choice you made.
But now you know more,
so maybe it's time
you really talk about it.
- Okay, brother.
I'm headed out.
You know, this time tomorrow,
I'll be a married man.
- Technically, you already are
a married man.
- This is true,
but your generosity
and Abby's expertise,
it's going to be
an actual wedding.
- Well, I'm just glad
I could help.
- And I'm glad Abby's
back in town.
- Yeah, well, it's not
for too long.
She's taking off tomorrow
after the wedding.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- Man.
That's too bad.
- Yeah.
That's life, though, right?
- Or you're too stubborn
to admit you were wrong.
- What's that supposed to mean?
- Emily didn't want me
to go overseas,
but she knew I had to.
She didn't make me choose
or make it difficult.
She waited for me.
It's just something
to think about.
Good night.
[door closes]
- [sighs]
[upbeat music]
- I got your text.
- The library.
- What?
- The library houses stories
of love and romance.
Love will literally
surround the wedding.
I can create the perfect redo
out of that.
- I don't follow.
- I need your brother's help.
Do you have a second?
- For you, I got
at least a minute.
- Come on.
- All right.
- Peter.
[rock clatters]
[glass shatters]
Oh, my God.
- What the...
[glass tinkling]
What are you doing?
- I was trying to not
wake up your mom.
- Peter? What's going on?
- Well, you failed.
Nothing, Mom.
- Will you come down?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
[soft music]
Pete, I am so sorry
about the window.
- [laughs]
You're supposed to throw
pebbles, not rocks.
- [sighs]
You were right.
- About the pebbles?
- About me.
I wanted that internship.
I needed to know
if I could do it.
But that didn't mean
that I didn't want you.
Leaving Pine Grove,
leaving you,
was the hardest thing
that I ever had to do.
But I had to leave.
- I know, Abby.
And you know,
I'm really the one to blame.
I saw how restless
you were living here,
and I knew
that you had to leave.
So instead of letting you
spread your wings,
I tried to hold you back
by proposing.
And that wasn't fair.
I've known you since
you were ten years old, Abby.
You've always wanted
to get out of Pine Grove,
and I would have
followed you anywhere.
- Peter.
- Abby, I tried
to hold you back.
And I've been hoping that you
would come back to me
ever since.
But what I should have done
all along
was made you and your dreams
a priority.
I was selfish, and I'm sorry.
What I'm trying to say, Abby,
is I want you
to follow your dreams,
wherever they take you.
And I will always,
always be here for you.
- Peter.
[phone ringing]
Hey, Taylor.
I'm all packed up,
so I should be back
by midnight tomorrow.
- No need.
- It's all been
taken care of, Abby.
- Sandy?
- Your assistant
took care of everything.
- I got a new venue,
even better than the museum,
so you don't
have to come back.
You can stay in Pine Grove.
[upbeat music]
- Hi. Good to see you, sir.
- Good to see you as well.
- Hi. Nice to meet you, sir.
- Hey.
- Walking in the morning sun
All my worries come undone
Feeling my hair
in the breeze
Completely sets my mind
at ease
Looking deeply in your eyes
Is when I first realized
The beauty and the style
and grace
Of the warmest smile
on your face
And now it's time,
the moment's come
To bare my soul to everyone
And the only thing
I know is true
Is I want to spend my life
with you
Don't want to talk about it
Just want to have
a good time
I got to shout about it
You're the love of my life
- I vow to make room
in the closet
for your things...
- Mm.
- But if you trip over
one of my sneakers,
I vow to be there
to pick you up.
- I pronounce you husband
and wife, once again.
- Don't want to talk
about it
- Whoo!
- Just want to have
a good time
- [laughs]
- I got to shout about it
You're the love of my life
[cheers and applause]
- [laughing]
- [laughing]
Would you all
just excuse me a moment?
Thank you so much.
[children laughing]
This wedding is so beautiful.
It doesn't even look
like my backyard.
- Abby did a great job.
- You both did.
I'm so glad you guys
were able to work well together.
I must admit, in the beginning,
I had my doubts, but...
- She's a pro.
Which is why she's moving
back to L.A.
- What are you doing about that?
- She can't stay.
- I don't know
what I would have done
without your help
after your father died.
I think if I hadn't relied
so much
on you handling
the business, I--
I think you and Abby
wouldn't have broken up.
- No, Mom.
No, no, no.
You are not to blame
for our breakup.
Abby and I,
we're not meant to be.
- Even now?
- [sighs]
- It's your life, honey.
Do what you want.
[soft music]
[indistinct chatter]
- [laughing]
- Dad, are you okay?
- Yeah, I think I just
downward dogged
when I should have
lotus positioned.
I don't know.
[both laugh]
- How do you put up
with Mom's antics?
- Oh, she puts up with
just as much from me.
- Really?
- Yes.
- You guys are lucky.
- Luck.
It's also hard work.
Your mother and I have been on
this ride together for 30 years,
and the truth is,
I never want to get off.
She's been there
from the start.
I've had a nice career,
but it would be nothing
if I didn't have her
to share it with me.
- [laughs]
- It's like I said,
do your thing.
I got you.
- Yeah, awesome, man.
- Abby, I've got a bride
to attend to.
- Go get her.
- Hi.
- Hey.
You look beautiful.
- Thanks.
- Abby, you killed it tonight.
Watching you do your thing
has been so inspiring.
I mean, this wedding
was incredible.
- I couldn't have done
any of it without you.
- Oh, come on,
yes, you could have.
I just got in your way.
- Okay, yes.
Maybe at first
you drove me crazy.
- Hey, you drove me crazy
half the time.
- But I've enjoyed
every minute of it.
The last three years,
I have put everything I have
into my work,
but I've always felt like
something's missing.
And that's been you.
So if it's okay with you,
I want to stay here.
I want to spend my vacation
here with you.
- Uh...
yeah, that kind of
messes up my plans.
- Oh.
Oh, gosh, I'm--
I'm so sorry.
I didn't realize--
- Abby.
I want to come to L.A.
- Really?
- Yeah, that's what Dan and I
were just talking about.
He loves running the shop,
and he's good at it,
and I can design
from anywhere,
so, I mean, I wanted to ask you
what you thought, but...
Abby, I want you in my life.
Wherever you are
is my home too.
Plus I got some flowers
I need to check on.
Yeah, I've been sending flowers
every month.
- What? That was you?
- I've never stopped
loving you, Abby.
Not one day.
And I'm hoping that our love
can get a redo.
- [laughs]
Well, you're in luck,
because I happen to be
a redo expert, so...
- That's what I hear.
[indistinct chatter]
- Taylor?
- [laughs]
I was in the neighborhood,
I was hoping we could
go out to dinner.
- [exhales sharply]
It's about time.
- You're funny.
Do you like sushi?
- I do.
- Yes.
- Abby, my cravings are
out of control.
I'm eating enough
to choke a goat.
- Delivery.
- This is impossible.
- [laughs]
Emily, you are
three months pregnant.
I think mocha almond fudge
with pickles
is totally an acceptable
pregnancy craving.
- Ugh, that's what you think.
- Okay. Bye.
- Bye.
- She's craving the most
disgusting things imaginable.
- Wait until she gets
to her third trimester.
Flowers every month
never gets old.
[romantic music]
- Abby.
Will you marry me again?
For the first time?
- Yes.
- Yeah?
- Yes, yes.
- You're the only one
Who's ever really mattered
Now you're the only one
I see
Your heart's the only thing
That I'm truly after
You make who
I'm supposed to be
Supposed to be
So I'll give my heart to you
And all that's in my soul
And I'll be there
in the morning with the sun
Just keep me in your heart
I'll catch you if you fall
Believe me
Like I believe in you
So I'll give my heart to you
And all that's in my soul
I will be there
in the morning with the sun
Just keep me in your heart
And I'll catch you
if you fall
Oh, believe me
Like I believe in you