Welcome to Paradise (1995) Movie Script

(Multicom Jingle)
(upbeat music)
Sunny skies and crashing waves
Taking in those endless days
Of breathless hunger
Of carefree summers
Running wild and breaking rules
Just a bunch of crazy fools
So full of passion
We're so in fashion
Screaming and kissing
Each night at midnight
Making love under the moon
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Welcome to paradise, welcome
We're making memories all the time
Every day and night
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Return to paradise, won't you
Just let your body and spirit go
Let the feelings flow
Welcome to paradise
Welcome to paradise, welcome
We're making memories all the time
Every day and night
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Return to paradise, won't you
Just let your body and spirit go
Let the feelings flow
Welcome to paradise
Return to paradise, whoa
- [Reporter] Our buildup to this year's
spring break breakout,
that was a look back at
Paradise Beach 20 years ago.
- 20 years ago.
- [Reporter] They say those were the days.
- The greatest.
- Mom!
(kids shouting)
- Okay, all right, all right.
What's up, what's up, what's up?
- Mom!
- What?
- Frankie got my stegosaurus!
- It's my dinosaur, butthead,
you stole it from me.
- Okay, okay, okay, it's mine now.
- [Girl] Mom!
- [Kids] Aw.
(suspenseful music)
(dog growling)
- Turn that down.
- Mother, where are my jeans?
- In your closet.
- Mom, can I have peanut
butter and jelly for lunch?
- Not my good jeans, my ones
with ripped knees and patches.
I need them, Todd's eating lunch with us.
- Try the laundry.
(teen scoffs)
Or the rag bin, or the
garbage can out back.
(phone ringing)
Frankie, turn that down.
And stop feeding your pancakes to the fish
or I'll flush 'em.
(phone ringing)
Somebody grab that?
- They're dirty!
Mother, I cannot wear dirty jeans.
- Hi.
- You can wear 'em
full of holes, but you
can't wear 'em dirty?
Go sit down and eat please.
- I'm on a diet.
- Oh.
- [Frankie] Mom, what if
the Earth stops spinning?
- Honey, tie this thing.
- Are you gonna wash my jeans?
- Well, not unless you
wanna wear them to school
wet and frozen.
- Ann, the tie,
I have to finish getting ready.
- Right, right, right, come down here.
- [Teen] I need these jeans
or I'm gonna look like a geek.
- [Frank] You are a geek.
- (scoffs) I'm gonna pop you!
(kettle whistling)
- Mom, feed me!
- Stop!
(cartoon boinging)
This is a warning, I've had
all I can take this morning,
so for the next 30 seconds,
I demand absolute and complete silence.
- [Dennny] Hello, hello?
(Ann sighing)
(idyllic music)
- Okay, now, what can I do for you all?
- Mom, Mom, you're supposed
to call Mrs. Kristokis back.
- Denny called?
Why didn't you tell me?
- 'Cause you wanted absolute
and complete silence.
- What did she say?
- She was saying where were you,
and I couldn't understand the rest.
- Why?
- 'Cause she started crying.
- Oh, I promised Denny
I'd be at her new place
when she got there.
- Too late, huh?
- Turn off the stove, please.
(knocking on door)
(knocking on door)
Are you in there?
(knocking on door)
Den, are you all right?
Come here.
(Denny sobbing)
- Look at this place.
Why am I moving into this dump?
- (sighing) Well, it's
not the Trump Towers,
but come on, you got rid of
the real garbage in your life.
You should be happy.
- Oh, I'm 38, I'm divorced,
I'm starting over.
Yeah, what could be better than this?
- Oh, don't be miserable.
By being miserable, you're
giving Rob power over you.
Don't let him win like this.
Fight back.
- How?
- Happiness is the best revenge.
- (laughing) Oh, Ann, that
is so easy for you to say.
You've got gorgeous kids.
You've got a husband that
absolutely dotes on you.
- Oh, please, I've been married 16 years,
there's not a lot of
doting going on these days.
Oh, I love Kyle, but...
Nobody's life is paradise.
- Paradise, you remember that?
Do you remember how much fun
we had in Paradise Beach?
- Yeah, yeah. (laughing)
- (sighing) Yeah, I wish I
could get away from all this.
Have a little time to think.
- Why not?
- Why not what?
- Why not get away?
You deserve a vacation, I sure know I do.
- Yes, but I'm a little busy
here moving into this hellhole.
I haven't got the time or the money.
- Oh, time or money, come
on, we'd have a great time.
- Yeah, I'd be loads of fun.
- Oh, was that or was
that not the best vacation
any three girls ever had?
- It was two decades ago.
- So?
The fearless three are way
overdue for a new adventure.
- If you think you're
getting Claire to bite,
forget it, she's got a life.
- Claire has a job.
It's not the same.
- Oh, to her it is.
- Okay, if I get Claire to go, are you in?
(gentle music)
- No, I can't, I'm sorry.
(gentle tropical music)
(lotion sputtering)
- Cut, cut!
Very nice, but squeeze a
little gently next time, okay?
You gotta recast.
What do you got there?
- How's it going?
- Well, we're off to a slow
start, but we're optimistic.
Any news?
- I'm afraid Fabio's not gonna
be the Eurotropic spokesman.
Scheduling conflicts.
- Yeah, they said they
wish Claire had called
just a little sooner.
- I called as soon as
we decided it was him.
- Oh, yeah, no, no, no,
I didn't mean to imply
that it was Claire's fault.
- Well, that puts us in a bind.
We need to lock in a spokesman
in the next 24 hours.
- I've already placed an offer
with Jean-Luc Peron's agent
- An offer without talking
to me first, Claire?
- I had to move.
- Yeah, but Jean-Luc Peron,
I mean, he's a skier.
Come on, what's that got
to do with suntan oil?
- Wait, this is Peron, a
European, two Olympic gold medals.
Aw, this is perfect.
Excellent combination, wonderful.
- You're right, Mr. Pritzy,
you're absolutely right,
that jock appeal.
- Plus he's gorgeous.
- Ah.
- Ah.
- Oh yeah.
(phone ringing)
Oh, it's me, maybe it's
Jean-Luc's people now.
Hello, oh, oh, one moment,
and I'll have that information for you.
Excuse me, it's other business.
- Mr. Pritzy, did we talk to
you about the wonderful ideas
that we have for the Eurotropic
spring break games, hmm?
(alarm buzzing)
- Ann, I'm in the middle of a campaign.
- You're always in the
middle of a campaign.
All I need are five minutes
of your precious time.
- Okay, okay, shoot.
- [Ann] It's Denny.
- Well, what's the matter?
She didn't buy a gun and hunt
down that dog Rob, did she?
- No, not yet, but it's an idea.
She's a wreck.
She needs a vacation
and she wants the two
of us to go with her.
- Ann, there's no way, I'm
prepping a promotional campaign--
- And she thought of the perfect place.
- And in two weeks I have to be in
Paradise Beach.
- Paradise Beach.
- [Both] What did you say?
- Paradise Beach.
- Well, that's where we're
shooting our campaign.
- This is karma, we're
being sent a message here.
- The message is no, Ann,
I'm gonna be insanely busy,
and, you know, Paradise Beach
isn't what it used to be.
- I'll take care of things.
You don't have to spend
every minute with us.
It's just important that you'll be there.
- Claire, we got the call, Peron is in.
- [Claire] Oh, that's great.
- I need to know you'll
be there, I need a yes.
- Do you want me to have the
business office close the deal?
- Yes, absolutely.
- Great!
I'll take care of everything, bye.
- No, Ann, Ann.
- Ha ha.
- Ann. (groaning)
- What's the word?
- Great news, we have Jean-Luc Peron.
- Great, great.
- I thought we were going
on vacation this summer.
- We are, but Denny needs this,
and with Claire doing that
campaign at Paradise Beach,
it works out perfect.
- Well, yeah, for you.
You're leaving me with the kids.
- Who do you think they're
left with every day?
I need a break.
- From who?
- Oh, me.
I'd love it if you'd take some time off.
Aw, we need a second honeymoon.
We need a first honeymoon.
- You know this isn't
a good time right now.
- Aw, I know.
But we're turning into my parents.
I wanna go away and be a girl again.
- I don't know.
You and two single women.
In Paradise Beach.
- Ooh.
- This stinks to high heaven.
- Oh, it smells like sea
breezes and margaritas to me.
If I don't get out of here,
I'm gonna turn into my mother.
Do you want to crawl into
bed with that every night?
- Oh god.
(bluesy music)
- Well, you sleep on it, honey.
(knocking on door)
- Ann, hi.
What are you doing here?
- Oh my god, you haven't unpacked yet?
It's been two weeks.
- There's a law?
- Where'd you put your summer clothes?
- Probably with that rope
I packed to hang myself.
- Just tell me.
- Well, I think they're in
that box by the radiator.
What are you doing?
Is this some sort of
passive aggressive way
of robbing my apartment?
- Time is of the essence, woman.
Grab your coat, you can thank me later.
- Thank you for what?
(gentle tropical music)
Paradise Beach, forget
it, I can't miss work.
- I called your boss, she's
giving you this week off.
And you know what else?
The flight is half
price, I scored a twofer.
- You got Claire to agree to this?
- Claire was thrilled.
She thought it was a great idea.
- No, Ann, no, I'm not
doing this, this is insane.
You've lost it.
- What we're losing is this.
Now if I have to wrestle you to the ground
and drag you out of here,
we are still going to party.
(Denny growling)
(upbeat tropical music)
(man squealing)
(people cheering)
- Surf's up!
- Wait up, babe, wait up!
(Ann laughing)
- Trapped with 10,000 screaming teenagers.
- Ann, Denny, hi.
- Hey, Claire.
You look great!
- You look great! (laughing)
- Oh, I'm doing this
against my better judgment.
Denny, oh, hi, how are you?
I know you're going through a bad time,
but I'm here for you,
and I think this vacation
idea of yours is wonderful.
- Of mine?
I didn't wanna come
here, Ann kidnapped me.
- So?
Would you have done this
if I'd said it was my idea?
- Absolutely not.
- So stop complaining and let's party.
- Where are we staying?
- This is the best part.
I booked us in that
great motel we stayed in
20 years ago, huh?
Is that deja vu or what? (giggling)
- Let's go.
- Okay.
- Oh, yeah, deja vu.
- Aw.
- Well, they were in
business two weeks ago
when I made the reservation.
- Must've been a rough couple of weeks.
- And I gave up my room at the Hilton.
- (laughing) This is
great, this is just great.
Homeless in Paradise Beach
during spring break week.
Please just strike me with lightning.
It'd be less painful.
(upbeat music)
- [Claire] For god's sake Ann,
let's call a cab and have
them drive us inland.
- [Denny] Yeah, inland to Columbus, Ohio.
- Forget it, I'm checking
us into this motel.
- Ann, we've been to seven motels.
Would you face reality?
There's nothing available.
- Because I've been
letting you do the talking.
Now just follow me, ladies.
- Okay, she's gone, you
wanna make a run for it?
- And miss the opportunity
to see someone turn her down?
(girls squealing)
- Hey, coming through, babe.
- After you.
(bell ringing)
- Dexter Burke, Dexter
Burke, Dexter Burke.
Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- Oh, I'm sorry, are you okay?
- Yeah, I'm okay.
- Do you need some help?
You look lost.
- [Ann] I'm looking for
Mr. Burke, is he in?
- I'm sorry, he's out of town.
He hates how crazy
spring break has gotten.
- I see, I have a
reservation for Ann Winger?
- Winger.
I'm sorry, there's no reservation.
- What?
Ladies, this is incredible,
they've lost our reservation.
- Shocking.
- I'm sorry, you don't
look familiar to me.
What's your name?
- George, George Peck.
- George, Ann Winger.
And this is Denise Kristokis
and Claire Denowski.
Florida State Chamber of Commerce,
we come down twice a year
to stay at the Seashell?
Dexter, Mr. Burke always saves us rooms.
- I'm sorry, we haven't any.
- Oh, girls, what's Dex
gonna say about this?
- He'd just die.
I'd like to join him.
- It was a long and exhausting trip
down from the governor's
office in Jacksonville.
- I'm sure it was.
Let me see what I got here.
You know, I got a group
of students coming down,
I could squeeze 'em all into one room
if you guys don't mind two double beds.
- Well.
(quirky music)
If we have to, I guess
we could live with that.
- I got it.
- Thank you.
- Oh, thanks.
- It's room 152.
(Ann sighing)
- Oh ye of little faith.
- Maybe we could kill her in her sleep.
- Oh, good idea, that
way we each get a bed.
(Claire chuckling)
- Ah, very deco. (chuckling)
- Well, you know Mr. Burke.
- Yeah.
Let me give you a tip.
- Well, let me give you a tip.
- Mm-hmm?
- The state Chamber of
Commerce is in Tallahassee,
not Jacksonville.
- We needed a room.
- No, it's okay.
Three very pretty women,
Paradise Beach this week.
You guys are gonna need
all the help you can get.
But if you don't mind my
asking, what are you doing here?
You must be half out of your mind
coming down here this time of year.
- One of us is.
- We're hoping to have a little fun.
- Well, you came to the right place.
Welcome to Paradise Beach.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- How am I supposed to
get my messages here?
- We'll figure something out.
In the meantime, look.
(people chattering)
(upbeat music)
We're in Paradise Beach.
(Ann laughing)
(Ann laughing)
- And just what part of that display
was supposed to lift my spirits?
- Oh, maybe you're right.
Maybe you're both too
old to have a good time.
- Ann, we are not too
old to have a good time.
We're too old to have a good time here.
- Well, I'm not, and I'm gonna
have some fun, excuse me.
- Well, it's business for me.
If I have any fun, it'll be by accident.
(woman squealing)
- Great, I'm vacationing on the Titanic.
(woman squealing)
(upbeat music)
(woman squealing)
(bell ringing)
(crowd chattering)
(riders screaming)
- Hey, come on, you guys.
(Claire scoffing)
- Can't you come with us?
- No, I've gotta get to the Shoremont.
I would love to stay, but duty calls,
so have a good time, girls.
- Yeah, right.
- Hey, what's the
problem, I'm walking here.
- You know, I think Claire has forgotten
how to enjoy herself.
- You know, Ann, you didn't
pack me any underwear.
- What do you have on under that?
- Well, my bathing suit bottoms.
- All the better.
- Why'd you pack this dress?
I haven't worn this since,
well, the last time I was here.
- You wore that 20 years ago?
- Yeah.
- Wow.
It's that karma thing again.
(upbeat music)
(Ann squealing)
We're here!
(men laughing)
(men chattering)
(Ann giggling)
Happy toes, very happy toes.
- Happy toes?
- Yes, ma'am.
Better than Ohio slush.
- Well.
- Oh, oh, be still my beating
heart, she cracked a smile.
(Denny scoffing)
I feel a case of the vapors.
- What, gas?
- It's definitely not
like it was 20 years ago.
- No.
- I wonder how many of these
girls are gonna go home women.
- Ann, most of these girls were women
before they came down here.
Now that's more my speed.
- Oh, man, you always had
a thing for lifeguards.
If I do remember correctly,
it was a lifeguard who
made a woman out of you,
what, 20 years ago?
- Be quiet.
- What was his name?
- I don't remember.
- Mark the shark.
- Hey, hey, Sheridan, his
name was Mark Sheridan.
- I see, I wonder what happened to him.
- He probably married some
gorgeous international model
and has three kids, one
more gorgeous than the next,
and deliriously happy in love.
(speech drowned out by music)
Oh my god, we gotta get outta here.
- [Ann] What?
- Take care of this for me.
- You got it.
- Ann, come on, we've got to go.
- Denny?
Is that you?
- Hi, Mark.
- I don't believe it. (chuckling)
What are you doing here?
- I'm here on vacation.
- Vacation?
Boy did you pick the wrong spot.
It's a zoo this time of year.
- Well, some of the animals
still look mighty fine.
I guess I'll go to the ocean.
Stick my head in.
- So you're still a lifeguard.
- Yeah, little continuity in my life.
I teach at the high school
as well, history, you?
- Divorced.
Well, I mean, I have a job.
I'm in retail sales, but
I recently got divorced,
and I guess it's on my mind.
- I understand.
Well, you look the same.
In fact, if I didn't know better,
I'd swear you were wearing the same dress
you wore the first time we met.
- Well, you hang on to
something long enough,
it'll come back into fashion. (chuckling)
- So where are you staying?
How long will you be in town?
- The Seashell, a week.
- Great, listen, save some
time for me, will you?
We could catch up.
- Okay, sure.
(gentle music)
- Super.
We'll see ya.
- [Umberto] Claire Denowski,
may I present Jean-Luc Peron,
who has just arrived.
- It's a pleasure to
work with you, Mr. Peron.
- The pleasure's all mine,
and please call me Jean-Luc.
- Excuse us. (chuckling)
I was just getting a client settled.
Where are you staying, Claire?
- Claire, you're not at the hotel.
- No, I'm down the beach a bit.
I needed a place that was quieter,
but you'll have my phone number.
- Excellent.
- I have, here you go, Mac,
I have a schedule of events for you,
and as you can see from
the PAs and photo shoots
and the contest you'll be judging,
you have a very busy week.
If you have any questions,
ask Mac or myself.
- Hi.
- Mr. Blair will be here
at the end of the week,
and you have the rest of
the day to unpack and enjoy.
- My god, is there time
for freedom this week?
- Well, of course, you're not a prisoner,
but you are the spokesman for Eurotropic.
Anything you do will
reflect on this company.
- And by that, you're meaning?
- Well, while you're
here, Eurotropic hopes
that you will project an
image of good, clean fun.
- Oh, I see, you are expecting
me to seduce young women
on the beach and tie them to
my bed with strips of silk.
- Oh, I'm sorry, I see how
that must have sounded.
- I think my first mistake
was in kissing your hand, Ms. Denowski.
I won't do it again.
- No, please, the kiss was
fine, really, any time.
I mean that. (sighing)
(quirky music)
- Tied them to what with what?
- Oh, it was horrible.
He thinks I'm some sort of rube.
I mean, first, I almost hand him a curfew,
and then I'm practically
begging him to kiss my hand.
- He kissed your hand?
- [Denny and Ann] Ooh.
- I love this, so are
you going out with him?
- Don't be ridiculous.
I have one rule, never date your job.
- Spring break is about breaking rules.
- Hmm.
- Maybe for you.
It's business for me.
- I can't believe we're doing this.
I thought we were gonna go
to some chic nouveau place
and have blanched asparagus spears.
- Is that what you wanted to do?
- Pass the fried shrimp.
- Hmm.
- Mm-hmm.
- Mm!
- Oh, waiter, could we get
another platter of ribs,
don't spare the sauce,
and dump onion rings?
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
- Onion rings with extra Parmesan cheese.
- Yes, ma'am.
- Thanks.
- You know, Denny, I think
you should jump on Mark.
That man is stud city.
- Ann, he can have any girl on the beach.
- The way he looked at you,
Denny, his heart was pounding.
You take my advice and you
get together with that man.
You go for it.
- Claire, look over there, isn't that--
- Oh my god.
Oh my god, it's him and he's gonna see us.
- Who?
Oh, neat, it's Jean-Luc Peron.
Invite him over, Claire.
- No.
- Jean-Luc.
- Ann, stop.
- Jean-Luc.
- Ann, I can't believe
you're doing this, Ann!
Oh god, do I look okay?
Oh my god, this is gonna
confirm his worst suspicions.
- Claire, how wonderful to see you here.
- Jean-Luc.
I never expected to see
you in a place like this.
- Well, The Sugar Shack is the best place
to knock back the carbs
in all of Paradise Beach.
I have it on the authority
of the Shoremont concierge.
- I see.
Oh, these are my friends, Ann and Denise.
- My pleasure.
- Charmed.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- [Ann] Would you care to join us?
- Well, if I'm not intruding.
- Oh, no, no.
- No, no, no, no.
- Thanks.
- Please sit down. (clearing throat)
I mean, it looks like
we've been putting away
a lot of food but, you know,
looks can be deceiving.
- Yeah, yeah, they
certainly can. (chuckling)
- Okay, here you go, ma'am,
fat boy ribs, extra sauce.
O rings with a mound of cheese.
Oh, you ate your bib too.
Let me go get you another.
(quirky music)
(upbeat music)
(crowd chattering)
(girl squealing)
- Oh, I'm well aware of what
the papers say about me,
that I'm a womanizing playboy.
- No.
- I've been in every boudoir in Europe.
- No!
- Are you playing with me?
- Well, I'm married,
but maybe one of my friends.
- Ann.
- So you've heard these rumors?
- Maybe once or twice.
- And why not?
I'm French, I've got two
names, and this accent.
Just ask me, could this
possibly be the accent
of an honest man?
- I don't know, but it works for me.
- Did you know that Jean-Luc
won two gold medals in skiing
in two different Olympics?
- Yes.
- Yes.
- And I'm also a skier and I won medals.
This, I think, is a dangerous combination,
or so I've been told.
(romantic music)
Well, this has been most enjoyable,
but I must be getting back.
- Yes, you're right, it's
late, we have to go too.
It's been lovely seeing
you this evening, Jean-Luc,
and I'll see you bright
and early tomorrow.
- May I escort you ladies to your car?
- Oh, we took a cab.
- Well, then, allow me
to offer you a ride.
I'm parked right here.
- That's your car?
- Yeah.
Rental, part of the job.
I'm at your disposal.
- Well, let's go.
- No.
We were going to walk back
and get some fresh air.
Remember, remember?
- Claire, it's miles away,
and I'm wearing these three-inch heels.
We'd love a ride, thank you.
- Let's go.
- Oh my god, whoo-hoo-hoo.
Is this real leather?
- Sure is.
- Oh, I knew that.
(sniffing) Oh, it smells great. (sniffing)
Doesn't it smell great, you guys?
- So where are we going?
- The Seashell.
- The Seasons.
- Yes, the Seasons.
- Excellent choice.
(quirky music)
- Thank you very much.
- Yeah, thanks.
- Thank you.
- My pleasure.
Until tomorrow.
- Until tomorrow, bye.
- Okay.
(speaking in foreign language)
- Have I just entered the twilight zone
or did we just get dumped off
in front of a strange hotel
for no apparent reason?
- I couldn't let him know
where we were staying.
He already thinks I'm some
hick from Nowhereville.
I mean, he sees me at The Sugar Shack
inhaling vast quantities of junk food,
and I'm gonna tell him
I'm staying in some seedy little dive?
- Well, now that we're
here, what do you wanna do?
You wanna go in and have a
drink, you wanna call a taxi?
(heels clicking)
(quirky music)
- Do you think she's a prostitute?
- Oh, no way, she's far too
gorgeous, why would she bother?
- The bucks.
- Oh.
- They make major bucks.
(Denny scoffing)
- Who cares?
- I bet you $5 she is.
- You're on.
- Excuse me, the woman who
just went in, is she a?
- Yes, yes, she is.
- Told ya.
- A man.
- A man?
Oh, she was so beautiful.
- Well, what can I say?
Good genes, I guess.
- [Denny, Ann, Claire] Taxi!
(gentle music)
- Morning.
- (panting) Good morning.
- You out for a jog?
- Well, I can't really do this
this time of year in Ohio.
- You want some coffee?
- Oh yes, thank you.
- It's crazy seeing you
after all these years.
- Yeah.
- (whistling) Hey, hey, how's it going?
- Girlfriends?
- Ha, I can't keep up
with these kids anymore.
So how have you been all these years?
- Oh, okay.
- Yeah?
- You know, married,
divorced, starting over.
- Me too.
- What, married, divorced,
or starting over?
- Married.
Divorced, starting over.
It's tough.
- Oh, it's scary.
I don't wanna turn into one of
those hard, bitter divorcees.
- (chuckling) I don't
think you have to worry
about becoming bitter, I don't
think it's in your nature.
Ha, now listen to me, huh?
I got some nerve telling
you all about yourself
and I haven't seen you in 20 years.
- (chuckling) It's okay.
It's really nice to be able
to talk to somebody like this,
somebody that knew me before.
- I gotta go.
See ya.
You free for dinner tonight?
- Yeah.
(romantic music)
- Well, of course there's a difference
between dishwasher powder
and dish washing liquid.
No, Kyle, don't try to fix it yourself.
Well, remember what happened
with the garbage disposal?
We still have a stain on
the wall where it burped
when you fixed it.
Just call the plumber,
his number's on a list
on the refrigerator.
The refrigerator?
The tall boxy thing?
Near the stove?
Yeah, that's the one.
Yeah, how's everything else?
You still have a roof on the house?
We still have three kids,
a dog, fish, and a bird?
- Everything is fine, don't
worry, enjoy yourself.
- All right, listen, I don't
mean to make you feel bad
but the sunshine is calling me.
Okay, I love you, bye.
- After the photo shoot,
you'll have the afternoon off,
I promise. (chuckling)
- Terrific.
I can go snorkeling, and you know what,
the best reefs in all of
Florida are very close,
on the authority of the concierge here.
- Oh.
- Oh, how's it going?
- Very well, thank you
for all your hard work.
- You're more than welcome.
You know what, I like your
friends, Ann and Denise.
They're very amusing.
- Oh (chuckling) they like you too.
- Well, I've got a feeling
they like me more than you do.
- That's not true.
It's just not business for
them, so they feel free to be...
- To be more themselves?
Ah, I'm sorry, maybe I'm too forward.
- No, not at all, I shall
try to be more myself,
if that's what you would like.
- This is what they call
humoring the talent, isn't it?
Please, be any way you wish,
whatever makes you happy, okay?
(upbeat music)
(people chattering)
(Ann slurping)
- This working on having a
good time is wearing me out.
- It's an acquired skill.
I think we're getting the hang of it.
- Kyle used to have a body like that.
We really worked out when we were younger.
Not that it matters.
- No, no, why would it matter?
(woman squealing)
- Oh, you're gonna get wet!
Everyone in the pool!
- Oh, we're having fun now.
(Ann laughing)
And I'm outta here.
- Oh, relax, they're just
burning off a little energy.
They won't bother us.
Don't even think about it.
- That's the point, Ann,
they're not thinking.
They're burning off a little energy.
- I'm warning you, I'm older, I'm evil,
and I won't rest until I get my revenge.
- Guys, put her down.
- Thank you.
(women squealing)
Thank you.
- You okay?
- Yes.
(Ann gasping)
- Dare me?
- Go for it.
- Traitor, don't listen to her, let me go.
(Ann screaming)
(crowd cheering)
(Ann gasping)
- How 'bout having dinner with me tonight?
- Oh, right, I should reward
this kind of behavior.
- Why not?
Don't tell me you're
not having a great time.
(romantic music)
- You're serious, aren't you?
Do you know how old I am?
- I don't care.
(Ann sighing)
- Why don't you ask one
of these gorgeous girls
to go out to dinner with you?
- Ann, you don't get it,
I'm not interested in girls.
I prefer women.
(Ann sighing)
Well, you think about it.
You're here for a few days, right?
What harm could it do?
(quirky music)
(camera shutter clicking)
- Keep your eyes into
the camera, Jean-Luc.
Ah, that's it, that's it.
(camera shutter clicking)
Eyes, eyes, eyes, closer
to the girl on the left.
The left, good, good, good, good, okay.
Very nice.
- Mr. Pritzy, I made sure that
they had the Eurotropic logo
visible from every photographic angle.
- You've been a huge help, Mac.
- Well, thanks, Claire, just doing my job.
That's what I'm here for.
- It's not working.
- You know, I was thinking
that very same thing.
There's something missing.
- We'll get it.
(camera shutter clicking)
Francois, can I talk to
you for a minute, please?
- Everyone take five.
Touch them up, no shine.
- It seems dull.
- What do you suggest?
- I know what's missing.
(upbeat music)
Give me one second.
Now put your arm here.
- No, wait, wait a minute.
- Ah, superb, give me some bounce.
(camera shutter clicking)
- Umberto, I don't really
think that this is--
- No, no, no, please, please,
continue, this is good.
- You see?
- I can't do this, I'm not a model.
- Yes, you can, just be yourself.
Look into my eyes, okay?
- Nuzzle her neck, Jean-Luc.
(camera shutter clicking)
Claire, lose the jacket.
- I don't know.
- Okay?
Now look into the camera.
- Yes, yes, however did
you think to do that?
(camera shutter clicking)
- So I pull him out, this guy's butt naked
holding on to a blow up doll
and using it as a flotation device.
- Oh, Mark.
Oh, god, is everybody crazy down here?
- Spring break's one kinda crazy,
but the real crazies don't have a season.
- Yeah.
- I had a really good time tonight.
- Yeah, me too.
I was really worried
that we wouldn't have
anything in common anymore.
- Hey, come on, you were
the first woman in my life.
We'll always have that in common.
- I was your first?
- Yeah.
- Mark, now, I remember
you saying that the girls
were always throwing
themselves at the lifeguards.
- Well, they were.
(chuckling) I didn't want you
to think I was inexperienced.
Couldn't you tell?
- Well, it was my first
time too, how would I know?
(chuckling) I remember it.
It's one of my greatest memories.
(romantic music)
- Mine too.
I was waiting to see how
this evening turned out
before I asked you a favor.
- What?
- You can say no if you
want 'cause I know I would.
- Oh.
- Tomorrow night I'm
chaperoning the school dance.
- You took me to your
school dance 20 years ago.
- Yeah.
Ready for a repeat performance?
- I'd love to.
- Would you?
- Yeah.
(Mike laughing)
- One thing about the Seashell,
it's so far away from every restaurant,
we get an incredible workout.
- In the old days, it wouldn't
have been such a workout.
- Ah, in the old days
we wouldn't be going home at 10 o'clock.
We'd be at some wild party.
- Drinking ourselves silly.
- Throwing up in the bushes.
- Yeah, getting busted by
the police for rowdiness.
- Aw, boy, those were the days, huh?
- Yeah.
- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
- What's going on?
(Ann laughing)
(upbeat music)
- Oh, this looks familiar.
- Excuse me.
No, no, no, that's it, people.
Come on, you all gotta go.
The party is over.
Come on, you gotta keep it down,
otherwise I gotta call the police.
Hey, you kidding me?
(police siren wailing)
- [Woman] Let's get outta here.
- Aw, man.
Officer, I'm glad you're here.
Look, this isn't my party.
I work here.
- You work here?
What, are you drinking on the job?
- Uh-oh, looks like George is in trouble.
- Come on, son, why don't
you get in the backseat
and let's talk about this?
- Officer.
- Oh, Kyle won't be happy about this.
Where's Sister Mary Fury?
I'm so sorry, Officer.
Sister Mary Fury was supposed
to take care of things tonight.
We told the choir that they
could have a gathering,
but I had no idea it'd be like this.
- Choir?
- Yes, we're from St. George's
Parish in Jacksonville.
We're to sing this Sunday.
(crowd cheering)
Excuse me.
May I have your attention please?
May I?
(megaphone squealing)
Now that I've got your attention,
I know that you're all
worried about your voices,
and I'd like you to go
back into your rooms
and vocalize privately.
Otherwise the officers here
have offered to escort you
to the county jail, and we
can't have that, now can we?
No, we can't.
(crowd chattering)
- My room, my room!
- Later.
- That's right, good.
That's right, off you go.
God bless you, children.
You too.
They're incredibly talented,
but you know how high spirited youth is.
- Sure.
Well, good luck with your concert.
(organ music)
- Thank you.
Bless you.
- Sometimes you amaze even me.
- Sometimes I amaze me.
I'm going upstairs.
I'll talk to you later.
- Night.
- Bye.
(rock music)
(people chattering)
- [Man] Okay!
- Hey, Sister, thanks.
This could've cost me my job.
- That's all right.
I didn't wanna see any of
your kids get into trouble.
- Look, you gotta get this
kids thing outta your head.
I'm no kid.
- Really, what are you?
What are you doing?
- [George] Well, if you have to ask,
you've been married too long.
- George, that was out of line.
Don't let it happen again.
(sighing) I mean it.
- No, you don't, but if it
helps you to think you do,
that's okay with me.
That offer for dinner still stands.
After what you just did
for me, I owe you one.
(upbeat music)
(people cheering)
- Claire?
- [Claire] Oh.
- Did I surprise you?
- [Claire] No, no, hi.
- Hi, how surprising to see you here
this far from your hotel.
- Oh, well.
Oh, I was researching some
of the Bohemian locales
in the area.
- Mm-hmm.
- Oh, what's the use? (chuckling)
This is my hotel, I'm staying here.
- Really, the Seashell is
one of the hippest spots
for youthful activity in Paradise Beach.
- Oh.
The concierge at the Shoremont. (laughing)
- Yes, very useful individual.
- Mm.
- Well, it's such a beautiful evening.
I was just driving down to
the beach to take a walk.
Would you like to join me?
- Why the hell not? (chuckling)
- Let's go.
- [Claire] I can get my own door.
- Okay.
(quirky music)
Why did you tell me you
were staying at the Seasons?
- I don't know, I guess I was embarrassed.
- What's there to be embarrassed?
- Oh, well, I come from Columbus, Ohio.
For fun, on Friday nights,
we go to the Dairy Queen
and we go to the drive in.
- I come from a small town in France,
and fun for us was taking the
grape harvest to the city.
- Oh, I thought you were
some kind of French nobility.
I mean, the way you kissed my hand.
(Jean-Luc laughing)
- I knew as soon as I did
it that it was a mistake.
(Claire chuckling)
But most women in America
expect me to kiss their hand.
I don't know why.
- Oh, I do.
They've got you typed,
you're the classic Lothario.
(Jean-Luc laughing)
I thought it when I first met you.
- Oh, I know.
You still think so?
- I don't know.
- I look forward to the time you do.
(wave whooshing)
- Ooh.
- Be careful.
(both laughing)
You know what, I like
you this way, barefoot,
holding a beer can, with your
hair like that, it suits you.
- I'm not sure I should be flattered.
- Any woman can look
good in an evening gown.
But it takes a woman of style
to accomplish this particular look.
(both laughing)
It's so nice to hear you laugh.
(romantic music)
- I don't know,
but things just don't
seem as serious tonight
as they usually are.
Wow, it's late, and we've got
a lot of work to do tomorrow.
I'd better go.
(people shouting)
- Kyle, explain to me
how the pizza man can make it to the house
when there's so much snow
they had to close the school.
Have you even turned on
the oven since I left?
Well, better yet, just
keep thawing the meals
I prepared for you until I get home.
I don't want any accidents.
I miss you.
Well, I wish you could be here.
Sharing a bed with Denise
just isn't the same.
(quirky music)
- Nice.
- Oh, I see we're starting
to react to our surroundings.
(Denny laughing)
(both panting)
Must be going pretty good with Mark, huh?
- Oh, I don't know.
It's been so long,
maybe I'm just desperate
for human companionship.
Maybe I'm too afraid of rejection
to even try and have a
relationship right now, Ann.
So maybe I should just--
- Maybe you should just look
this man in the eyes tonight
and say, what do you like for breakfast?
(Denny giggling)
- You know, maybe you shouldn't
wait up for me tonight.
- Maybe not.
- So how 'bout you, are
you having a good time?
(Ann sighing)
- You know the desk manager, George?
- Yeah?
- He kissed me.
- What?
- Yeah.
- When?
- Last night.
- Did you deck him?
- What?
Well, the first time--
- Wait, wait, wait, back up.
The first time?
- He did it twice.
- Twice, I see.
- Well, it's not like I
encouraged him or anything.
He caught me completely by surprise.
- Did you like it?
- Get a grip.
What do you mean, did I like it?
Yes, I did.
Oh, I hate myself, ugh!
When you've been a wife and
mother as many years as I have,
sometimes you forget that
you're a woman. (sighing)
God, maybe I liked it too much.
- [Denny] Honey, what do you mean?
- I know you have this image
of me as the wild woman,
and I hate to destroy it,
but Kyle's the only man
I've ever slept with.
- Really?
- And sometimes I, you know, I wonder.
You know, I only wonder.
I mean, I wouldn't actually
do anything about it.
Don't talk about this to anyone, okay?
It'll ruin my femme fatale reputation.
- Your secret's safe with me, Mata Hari.
Come on.
(quirky music)
So did you buy that hat and
the shorts at the same time?
- [Ann] Yeah, do you think
I should've got the jacket?
(upbeat music)
(crowd cheering)
- All right, beer tray water relay
is just about to come to an end.
Lane number three must be a Pisces.
Look at the way this guy's
swimming. (blowing whistle)
Good job, good job!
Lane number one, lane number one, up here,
walk or something.
- Great race, huh?
Great race, I'm so glad I
thought of doing relay races.
Claire wasn't sure,
but I knew they'd be dynamite. (chuckling)
- Really?
- Oh, well, look, don't tell
any of the others, all right,
that it was my idea
because Claire's worked very hard in this
and she should get her due.
That's a really incredible shirt.
And it's amazingly soft too, huh.
- I think it's great you
could get away for this.
- Eh, you got to make some
sacrifices in this business.
(Claire chuckling)
You look terrific.
- I feel good, I think
salt air agrees with me.
- Well, something sure does,
you're positively glowing.
Don't be right
- Don't forget, in a couple minutes,
it's the stud rescue race,
so stick around for that.
Girls, you want a stud,
stick around, watch this.
Here we go, we're coming to
the end. (blowing whistle)
Oh, I missed it. (groaning)
- All right, just to update you.
Every contest has been on schedule,
gotten a lot of coverage from MTV
and the national news stations.
- Bravo, I just wanted to tell you both,
we are very, very happy, huh?
- That's our job.
Good work, Claire.
- Thank you.
- All right, swimmers,
on your marks, get set.
(gun firing)
(crowd cheering)
- I'm just not gonna think about it.
I'm here to have a good time.
I'll just stay away from
the lobby and avoid contact.
- Good thinking.
- Yeah.
I mean, if I play this right,
I'll never have to see George Peck again.
(Denny chuckling)
(referee blowing whistle)
- All right, listen up,
the winner of the stud rescue
competition is George Peck.
How 'bout a big round
of applause for George?
(Ann chuckling)
(crowd applauding)
Don't be right
Don't be right
- I'm beginning to
appreciate your problem.
(upbeat music)
We weren't much older than
this when we first met.
- (laughing) It's hard to believe.
Do you remember your junior prom?
- Yes.
I wore this blue satin dress
with white lace all over it,
and my date bought me this orchid corsage.
I thought I was the most
beautiful girl at the prom.
- I bet you were.
- No, no, I saw the photo later,
but it was a nice illusion.
- Denny, don't put
yourself down like that.
I'm looking at you right
now and you know what I see?
- What?
- I see blue satin, white lace,
and a very beautiful woman.
- Hi, you miss me?
Frankie, it's me, your mother,
the one who makes you
pancakes in the morning
so you can feed 'em to the fish?
That's me.
No, no, I don't want to hear
what your sisters have been doing.
You know how I feel about tattling.
They what?
Well, where is your father?
Did he quit and move to higher ground?
Kyle, hi, what on earth
is going on back there?
(sighing) Oh my gosh, well,
send 'em to neutral corners
and threaten not to feed 'em.
That may not carry much
weight with you, but try it.
Yes, I'll be home in a few days.
Yes, I love you. (lips smacking)
I hope I still love you
when I see that house again.
(knocking on door)
Hold on.
(knocking on door)
Oh, what a surprise.
- So how 'bout dinner tonight?
- How about no?
- Ann, dinner doesn't bite.
If it does, we'll hit
it on top of the head
and send it back so they
can cook it a little longer.
What do you say?
- Dinner, fine, it'll
give us a chance to talk,
which we really need to do.
- Great.
- And a restaurant's a good place
because there'll be a
lot of people around.
- Great, because I can't have you
taking me anywhere secluded and
trying to make a move on me.
- [Ann] Mm.
- I'm at a very impressionable age.
- I've noticed.
- I get off at 11.
- [Ann] Late dinner.
- Midnight snack?
- I'll be at the pool, waiting.
- [George] I'll see you there.
- [Ann] George?
- Yeah?
- And we will talk.
- Whatever you say.
(upbeat rock music)
(crowd applauding)
(romantic rock music)
- It's about time.
It's a sad thing to see
- [Student] Whoo, all right, Mr. Sheridan!
Our love's gone away to stay
'Cause I'll give you anything you want
It's all I can do
I've tried everything
I could, you know
'Cause I'd give you anything
'Cause I'd give you anything you want
Oh oh oh oh
- Tomorrow, Jean-Luc, you
have to pose for PR photos
with the winners of the bikini contest.
- [Jean-Luc] Okay.
- It's a tough job, but
somebody's gotta do it.
- Claire, you were supposed to show me
the itinerary for Friday?
- Oh, yes, I have it back at my hotel.
- Allow me to drive you back.
- Oh.
Well, if there's no further business?
- No, you go right ahead,
I'm about to turn in
for the evening myself.
- Okay, great, thanks, good night.
- Good night.
- No, stay.
Thank you, good night.
- Good night.
(quirky music)
(Mac chuckling)
- Thank you for getting me out of there.
Mac is very well-intentioned,
but there's only so
much of him I can take.
- I think you give him too much credit.
He's not so well-intentioned.
Oh, maybe I should take
my driver's license.
Do you mind if we go up and get it?
- No, it's fine.
- Okay, let's go.
(elevator bell dinging)
- Jean-Luc, I want to apologize to you.
I've been kind of hard on you.
I think I was afraid.
- Of what, my fickle charm?
- Well, possibly.
But now that I've gotten
to know you better.
- And you see, I eat junk
food, I drink cheap beer.
- Oh, it helps. (laughing)
Oh, I dropped my earring,
it's right there.
Thank you.
(romantic music)
- Is my timing off?
Is that wrong?
- No, your timing's just right.
(Mac snickering)
- Okay, okay, how 'bout this one?
Who hit a sacrifice fly in 1968
to break Don Drivedale's streak
of 58 and 2/3 scoreless innings?
- Howie Bedel.
(man laughing)
- [Blue Shirt Man] Man, she's too good.
- I'm unstumpable, the goddess of trivia.
- Hey, Ann, you ready
for another pina colada?
- No, thanks, this one's fine.
- Hey, you guys, there's
a party at the beach.
Come on, let's go, they're
shooting fireworks.
- Hey, you guys, come on.
- You wanna go?
You gonna go out?
- No, thanks.
- You're pretty good
with that sports trivia.
- Well, when you're
married to a sports nut,
you pick things up.
- Well, what if I was to pick this up
and dump you in the pool again?
- You would force me to kick your butt.
- Are you threatening me with a good time?
(Ann laughing)
- We have to talk about you and me.
- That's my favorite topic.
- About how there's you and there's me
and there's no you and me.
- Well, I can live with that.
- You can?
- Wasn't planning on getting involved.
- Oh, good.
'Cause I like you, George,
you're a great guy.
- Well, good, that's what I
want you to think about me.
- Well, good, because I do.
I'm just down here for some fun.
- Oh, I get it.
Okay, don't worry, I'm cool.
(fireworks popping)
- Look.
(fireworks popping)
Oh, isn't that beautiful?
- I'll say.
Hey, hey!
- What is the matter with you?
Didn't you hear a word I said?
- Yeah, I heard what you said.
You said you wanted to
have fun, not get serious.
I think what you meant is
you're having a great time
playing with my feelings,
soaking up all this attention,
treating me like I'm some
puppy dog on a string.
- No, George, that's not it.
- I thought maybe you
actually cared about me,
just a little.
I guess acting like an
adult is too much to ask
from anybody who comes down here, huh?
(fireworks popping)
- I'm sorry, I didn't mean to lead you on.
- Yeah, right.
Have a great time in Paradise Beach.
(fireworks popping)
- [Blonde Woman] Oh, thanks.
- You think?
- Yeah.
- Mm.
Oh, fireworks.
(fireworks popping)
(romantic music)
(fireworks popping)
- Well?
Have a good time tonight?
- Yeah.
- Did you?
- Mm-hmm.
Oh, it felt like going back 20 years.
(Mark sighing)
- This is tempting.
- Hmm.
Yeah, so, Mark,
what do you want for breakfast?
- Denny.
I know that's the way it used to be,
but I take things a little slower now.
You understand?
- Oh, mm-hmm.
Yeah, I see.
I think I should go.
- Denny, Denny, where are you going?
- Well, back to the motel.
Mark, thank you so much
for a lovely evening.
I can't believe I listened to her.
I am such an idiot.
- Denny, let me give you a ride.
- That's okay, Mark, really,
I wanna walk into traffic.
- Whoa! (laughing)
- Whoa!
(upbeat music)
(people chattering)
(group shouting)
(women screaming)
- Good morning, beautiful day.
Frank, good morning.
- Good morning.
- Excuse me, Umberto.
- You look radiant this morning.
- Thank you, I feel wonderful.
Maybe we should get started.
- Okay.
Good morning.
Today's meeting's gonna be very informal.
I just wanna thank you all for the success
of the Eurotropics spring break campaign.
- And Eurotropic is so
pleased with the results,
we have decided to extend your
contract for two more years.
(group applauding)
- May it be profitable for the both of us.
- This is great, just great. (chuckling)
- You have been a great
part of the success, Claire,
and I wanna thank you.
- Well, I've had a lot of fun.
I'm looking forward to the next two years.
- I'll bet.
I'll bet Jean-Luc is too. (chuckling)
- What?
- Is he out of bed yet or
did you get up before him?
'Cause we were sort of
expecting him at the meeting.
- I wouldn't know, Mac.
- Oops. (chuckling)
Oh, did I let the cat out of
the bag about you and Jean-Luc?
(Mac chuckling)
I thought everybody knew. (chuckling)
- I'm sorry, excuse me.
(somber music)
- Claire.
(Claire gasps)
- Where are you going?
- Please, I've gotta go.
- Is something the matter?
- Listen, forget about last night.
It was a mistake, okay,
a terrible mistake.
- Everything is fine.
Don't worry, I'm sure that
you're just breaking every heart
in Paradise Beach.
- That's not funny.
- Hey, why are you so
sensitive all of a sudden?
- I'm not sensitive.
I miss my husband.
- Well, I'm glad to hear that.
- Hey, how was your night?
I gotta go, Kyle, bye.
- Well, I--
(phone line trilling)
- Denny, what happened?
You look like you slept on the beach.
- I did sleep on the beach.
- [Ann] Why?
- [Denny] Because it was a beautiful night
and I felt like communing with nature.
- What happened, Denny?
- Well, I looked him straight in the eyes,
I put my arms around him, and said,
"So, what do you like for
breakfast?" (laughing)
And he wasn't hungry. (sobbing)
- Oh great, Ann, what
did you do to her now?
- I was just trying to
figure out what happened.
- I'll tell you what happened,
I made the most colossal
mistake of my life.
That is what happened.
- I can't believe this.
I slept here alone last night,
fantasizing about the
wonderful romantic evenings
you two were having,
and now you're acting like
the third act of Camille.
- Yeah, well, Camille has four acts
and she doesn't die until the end.
And I don't think it was of embarrassment.
(Denny sobbing)
- What are you doing?
- I am packing and I
am going very far away,
where nobody knows me and nobody cares
what kind of damn stupid
idiot fool I make of myself.
(Claire and Denise sobbing)
- Oh, who thought up
this stupid vacation idea
in the first place?
(quirky music)
(all sobbing)
(crowd cheering)
(upbeat music)
- All right, everybody,
we're just about to finish
up the belly flop contest.
If you got a belly, hey, you're in, heh.
Sir, you could get in twice. (laughing)
I'm just, no, I'm sorry.
(crowd applauding)
(crowd cheering)
- What's going on?
- Oh, today's the belly flop contest.
- [Ann] Oh. (laughing)
(crowd cheering)
(crowd applauding)
- Oh, any brilliant ideas
on how to deal with this?
- Are you kidding?
I'm not giving another piece of advice
for as long as I live.
- Well, I'd better get it over with.
(crowd cheering)
(crowd applauding)
- Claire.
You left in such a rush this morning.
Feeling better?
- Frank, I know that you
probably want me to step down
from the Eurotropic account,
and I want you to know that I understand.
- Did I ever tell you how I met my wife?
- Sandy?
I don't think so.
- Well, she was a model on
the Snappy Cracker account.
One look at her,
I was hooked like a fat bass
in a fishing tournament.
(Claire laughing)
You are doing a great job.
I'm not gonna let you drop this account.
Umberto would kill me.
I mean, they love you.
And as far as Jean-Luc and you,
Claire, take some advice
from a man who's been in
this business for 35 years
and seen a lot of water
under the corporate bridge.
Grab your happiness where you can.
- [Referee] Belly flop contest?
Yeah, get over there, get your suit on.
Okay, we've also got the
beer tray water relay.
That's coming up in just a bit.
(crowd applauding)
- Huh.
(crowd cheering)
- Ooh, it hurts just to watch.
- Yeah, it reminds me of myself,
a big belly flop on the
swimming pool of life.
(crowd applauding)
- You suffer better than anyone I know.
- Hey, how'd it go?
- Yeah?
- He thinks it's great.
- Oh!
- Oh!
- He met his wife on the
Snappy Crackers campaign
and he's been a happy man ever since.
- Oh.
- Oh, god.
Nobody does what you
expect them to do anymore.
The game keeps changing.
- You can say that again.
- Here.
- What are you doing?
- I'm surrendering.
I mean, I give up completely and totally.
The more I try to control my
life, the more it unravels.
What's the point?
- You are absolutely right.
I can't just change my life.
Whatever's gonna happen
is going to happen.
I surrender too.
(upbeat music)
Whoa, whoa, whoa
- You know...
Whoa, whoa, whoa
No rules, no regulations
Check again to expectations
Take a chance and give it up
- [Ann] What the hell.
There's no more faking it
No plans, no reservations
Live it up, that's all you need to do
Just watch us, here we come now
We're stepping out
We're pushing on through
No stopping us
No stopping us
We're givin' up control
- Welcome to Paradise Beach!
No stopping us
- The fearless three are back!
(all cheering)
Whoa, whoa, whoa
We kicked ourselves into overdrive
We're hot stuff, we're undeniable
Look it up, our time's now
Let it go
Everything, let's try it now
- What do you think, is this the moment?
- Seize the day.
- I'm seizing.
- Good luck.
- You can do it.
Move over
We're feeling lucky
- [Denny] There's only one problem.
- What's that?
- That's the jerk who
tried to blow the whistle
on Claire and Jean-Luc.
He's been dogging her tracks all week.
No stopping us
No stopping us
It's time to seize the day
All we wanna do is play
No stopping us
- Well, there ought to be
something we can do about that.
- Ann, Ann, look, there's
the person that we saw
the other night at the Seasons.
- Where?
- Over at the bar.
- Oh, she really is too beautiful to be a.
Oh, this is almost too perfect.
- What?
- Follow me.
Excuse me, hi.
- Hi.
- My friend at the bar has
a little message for you.
- What's that?
(Mac chuckling)
Here we come now
We're stepping out
- So why doesn't she tell me herself?
- She's just so shy,
she can't really express who she is.
No stopping us
No stopping us
It's time to seize the day
- Well (clearing throat)
excuse me, everyone,
seems I have an appointment with destiny.
- You certainly do.
(both laughing)
- I'll never understand
you American women.
- Mac will be thinking the same thing.
(both laughing)
We're playing now
No stopping us
Whoa, time to seize the day
All we wanna to do is play
No stopping us
No stopping us
- Claire, I understand about this morning.
You had second thoughts.
- I've had third thoughts.
Do you mind?
- Of course not, I don't mind at all.
(both laughing)
- [Mark] Denny.
Good morning.
- Morning.
Want a cup of coffee?
- Sure.
Didn't think I'd see you again.
- I wasn't sure you would either.
Being single's really tough,
Mark, and I'm not good at it.
- (scoffing) Who is?
When I first got divorced,
I tried to prove that I still had it.
I dated some of the girls on the beach
until I overheard one
of them tell her friend
that she slept with me
because I reminded her of her uncle.
- Her uncle, ooh.
- Ouch.
I know what you're going through.
Trying to get back to what you were.
- You're very different from
the man I knew 20 years ago.
- Times change.
I'm older, slower.
- Better.
- Better, I like that.
(Denny chuckling)
- You know, Mark, the other night,
I think the 18-year-old girl inside of me
tried to recapture one of
the best times in her life,
and you can't do that, and
she never was very bright,
so I packed her bags and
she's moving on with her life,
and if you're interested,
I'd like to get to know
you now, adult to adult.
- I like that.
(romantic music)
You know, I'm even more attracted to you
than I was to the girl
who was here 18 years ago.
- I like that.
- Welcome to Paradise Beach.
(Denny giggles)
- You were wrong.
Now wait, so was I.
I didn't understand
the game I was playing.
I screwed up and I'm sorry.
(George sighing)
(Ann sighing)
George, you're a very attractive man,
and for a moment there,
I was really tempted.
- How tempted?
- It doesn't matter.
I could never have gone
through with it anyway.
You were right, I was playing the game.
I liked the attention
and I didn't stop to think
that I might be hurting you.
- You don't have to say this.
- I know.
But you need to hear it.
- (chuckling) You drive me crazy.
You dis a guy and then make him
come out of it feeling good.
- (chuckling) Well, I wish
my kids felt that way.
- Ann.
Let me just ask you one thing.
If we had met 20 years ago,
how do you think you'd feel about me?
- You'd have given my husband
a serious run for his money.
(gentle music)
We should do this every year.
- [Claire] I can't believe
how fast this week has gone.
- [Dennny] I was just
beginning to have fun.
- Yeah, me too.
- I can't wait
till the end of next month.
Mark's coming to see me.
- Ooh, and I'll get to
see Jean-Luc in New York.
- Hmm!
- Hmm!
- Gee, I wonder who came up
with this wonderful vacation idea.
- Oh, she never quits, does she?
(gentle music)
- Will I ever wheedle a thank
you out of either of you?
- Nah, I don't think so.
- No chance.
- But maybe this'll do.
(horn beeping)
- Hey, beautiful, need a ride?
- What are you doing here?
- After 16 years of
marriage and three children,
Claire and Denise figured
that we needed a honeymoon,
and I agree with them.
- Oh, you guys.
(all laughing)
Oh, I missed you.
I love you.
And I wanna grow old with you.
So let's get the heck out of
here and get to that honeymoon.
- Wait, you guys, let's
take one more picture
before this vacation's officially over.
Kyle, I wanna get one
of you and Ann, okay?
- No, let me take one of you three.
- All right, catch.
- Come on, Ann.
- Come on.
(Denny giggling)
- Are you ready?
(all giggling)
(camera shutter clicking)
(upbeat music)
Welcome to paradise, welcome
We're making memories all the time
Every day and night
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Return to paradise, won't you
Just let your body and spirit go
Let the feelings flow
Welcome to paradise
Welcome to paradise, welcome
We're making memories all the time
Every day and night
Welcome to paradise
(upbeat music)
(dramatic music)
(Multicom Jingle)