Almost Family (2019) s01e13 Episode Script

Expectant AF

1 ROXY: Previously on Almost Family - ROXY: Marry me.
- What? ROXY: It's time somebody came through for you.
EDIE: Shouldn't I stay in the hotel until the trial's over? We have enough eyes on us as it is.
(SHUTTER CLICKS) Yeah, so first they twist my words and now my actions? How's it going with your dad and the trial? Oh, it's not bad.
Unless you consider hearing about the man who raised you painted as a predator and a monster for days on end bad.
Do you want me to be convicted? Why would you ask me that? I knew your mother.
We took dance classes together a long time ago.
(KAT WRIGHT'S "THE RIVER") MARK: And five, six, seven, eight.
And five, six, seven, eight.
Oh, my gosh, excellent.
Five, six, seven, eight.
When the river sings your song Excellent effort.
Way to show up today, partner class.
(APPLAUSE) That was fun.
Wasn't that fun? You were so great to do that with me.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you.
Yeah, always open to new experiences.
Shouldn't say always.
I don't like heights or hallucinogenic drugs.
Yeah, me neither.
Can I just ask why this class? I mean, it was fun, but it's not in your part of town or anything.
Yeah, I just thought with the trial going on that maybe, you know, get away from the drama, get out of my head, and get into the body.
Sounds like a good self-care And there's also another reason that I need to tell you, but I can't right now.
Julia, I'm so glad you made it to class today.
I haven't met your partner.
Yeah, she didn't tell me you knew each other.
Yeah, I was just about to - I knew her mother years ago.
- I was just about to tell Actually, I think that he's my biological father.
Wow, that is not how I planned on doing that, but you know, here we are.
(DRAMATIC ACOUSTIC MUSIC) We have with us Amanda Doherty, lead prosecutor in the Leon Bechley trial.
Amanda, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule.
Thank you for having me.
This is a big case.
All eyes are on you.
How does it feel? Bit tiring.
I haven't got much sleep lately.
Good practice for a political campaign? Ooh, I don't know about that.
You have to be aware of the rumors that you are considering a run for office.
I didn't take this case for political gain.
Bechley abused the public trust.
He took advantage of the vulnerable women in his care, and the only way to stop that kind of deliberate and egregious abuse of power is to hold it publicly accountable.
And that's the job people have entrusted in me.
You heard it here first, folks.
She's making me sound like a monster like a proxy for every bad man on the planet.
TIM: It's just an interview.
That thousands of people are watching.
She's taking this to the court of public opinion and winning.
EDIE: All that matters is what happens in actual court.
She's shredding me to pieces in there too.
TIM: Not for long.
We start presenting our case this week.
Yeah, go home, relax.
We got it under control.
TIM: It's gonna be fine.
Uh, Leon, before you go, there is something that I wanna run by you.
I have one more ace up my sleeve.
Oh, well, why don't we get them back in here? It's better if this is kept between you and me.
Imagine my surprise reading her obituary in the Times.
I fell in love with her the moment she walked in here.
In those days, I was prone to swimming more in the hetero end of the pool.
She was warm and kind a total open book.
Said whatever was on her mind, but she was so sensitive.
Water signs have always been my weakness, and she was a double Pisces, so (CHUCKLES) I was a goner.
What does that mean a double Pisces? Have you never had your chart done? (LAUGHS) No.
My dad always said that was childish nonsense.
Of course he did.
What is he, a Leo? I think so July 28th.
They hate anything unprovable and anything that doesn't make them the center of the universe.
Well, that could not be more true.
It is nonsense, but at least it's fun.
You're a Pisces too, I'm guessing.
I am February 19th.
On the cusp of Aquarius.
That's interesting.
(LAUGHS) ISAAC: Look, okay, I just wanna make sure that you're sure about this.
Yes, yes, I am sure.
I I proposed.
Okay, because I can just think of so many reasons why this is a bad idea like, where you're at in your recovery, or the fact that this is borderline fraud.
Okay, but I can think of one glaring reason that this is a really good idea.
You don't get thrown out of the country that you love so much.
I do love it here.
Yeah, team USA all the way.
Okay, look, I got this ring.
It's it's a family heirloom, but I don't know.
Do you want to (QUIET LAUGHTER) - Does it fit? - Yes, it fits.
Yeah? - I love it.
- Yeah? I just thought with all the interviews that we're gonna have to do for immigration, it might make it look more real.
- Yes.
- Yeah? Good thinking, buddy.
Come here.
Thank you so much.
SINGER: Whoa, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh Whoa, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh So have you told Leon that you've met him? No, that's the last thing he needs to worry about right now.
- And you're sure he's - Positive.
I mean, I knew the first time I saw him, but then I confirmed it on Double Helix.
We have a first cousin in common.
JULIA: I know I shouldn't have gone to see him, but I gotta say, now that I know who he is, it kind of feels like nothing is ever gonna be the same.
Am I overstating that? Is that kind of how you guys felt? - ROXY: Absolutely.
- Not at all.
You're saying that nothing changed when you found out about Leon? 'Cause I feel like everything did.
No, everything I was already questioning, I started to question more, but it was my doing.
It wasn't Leon.
It was my choice.
Hm, okay, control freak.
The bottom line is that meeting your bio dad is a huge deal, you know? It's one of those big rites of passage in life.
What is happening with your hand? Did you steal a ring? Thank you, no.
It was given to me by my fiancé.
Isaac and I are getting married.
What now? Why? Well, he is, as you know, in a little bit of hot water with his immigration, so I proposed a little plan for us to get hitched.
It's a win-win.
In what sense? He wins a permanent visa, and I win him.
Grow up, you guys.
This happens all the time.
It's a marriage of convenience between two people in a casual relationship, okay? It's no biggie.
Do you love him? Can you give me one minute of joy before you crap on my parade? - So beautiful.
- Very pretty ring.
Thank you.
Was that hard? No.
(APPLAUSE) Okay, so I got some press.
I'd like to thank all the little people who work with me for being such jackasses and for getting back to work.
You got some fan mail.
Ah, thank you.
(SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC) Chad's gonna tell the judge about us, and I'm gonna get fired if I'm lucky.
I can get disbarred for this.
- Did he say anything to you? - No.
Yeah, probably because you tipped him off.
- I never said anything.
- Nobody else knew.
Hey, I know you want someone to blame.
Tim would never sell us out.
I don't know who to trust right now.
We'll figure something out, okay? I would say you should report him, but you can't do that without admitting that you two are together.
EDIE: Hey, you know what? He wants to play dirty, why don't you blackmail him right back? What, you got something on him? No, but I mean, how hard could it be to find dirt on Chad? That's not a good idea.
He is vindictive.
If you threaten him, he's gonna come down even harder.
(SIGHS) I think you gotta negotiate with him.
I don't negotiate with terrorists.
You don't have a better move, Amanda.
Hey, look, I know it sucks, but it's one trial versus the rest of your life.
At least think about it before you make up your mind.
I understand congratulations are in order.
Best wishes to the groom.
Yeah, look, I've been meaning to come and talk to you about that.
She wanted to do this.
It was her idea.
- She's still very early in her recovery.
- I know that, okay? And we're gonna make sure we keep things clear lots of communication I just wanna make sure that you understand what you're doing.
Marriage is sacred to a lot of people not to me.
Never been don't even know if I want to.
Are you in love with her? Do you love her? Okay, I'm starting to feel uncomfortable here now.
I'm her sister.
I can ask.
Yeah, and you're also my boss, okay? And we're at work right now.
Can we not do this? I know boundaries aren't totally your thing.
What? I have boundaries.
- There's definitely, like, a boundary.
- Yeah, yeah, you have, like weird ones.
- You're like Michigan.
- Wait, what? You wanna know what I think? Not particularly.
I think you gave up too soon on having a kid of your own, so you're trying to mother Roxy instead.
(SCOFFS) That is totally out of line and actually quite offensive and unfair.
- GRACE: Hello.
- JULIA: Hello.
- Julia, Dr.
Abadi, - Hey.
How are you? I wanted to introduce you to someone.
- (BABY BABBLING) - Oh, hello.
GRACE: This is Tommy.
He might be a little cranky 'cause it's just about time for a feed.
I'm so happy for you.
I could've sent an announcement, but I just couldn't wait for him to meet you.
You know, as much as I wanted this, and as much as I dreamt about this, the reality is a million times better.
GRACE: Oh, oh, oh, no, no, no, no.
Full term, no complications good news.
- I'm very happy for her.
- Look at that little smile.
Newborns don't really smile yet.
It's not really neurologically possible.
Anyway, yeah, beautiful.
I thought it might cheer you up heading into trial.
I know you've been feeling fairly grim.
Let me ask you something, Jules.
Do you think, you know, after everything, I deserve a fair trial? I think everyone does.
Okay, well how can I get one when they're on TV? They're on Twitter calling for my head you know, tying me to all kinds of, you know, bigger social issues and ills that aren't mine.
I mean, do you think that's fair? I don't think that's necessarily what's happening.
Don't you think that I have the right to be judged based on my actions? Right and how can that happen when the public has already rendered their verdict? You have the best representation money can buy.
They know what they're doing, and I know that this is scary, and I know there's no guarantees, but you have to trust that.
I don't know if I can.
What other choice do you have? (ACOUSTIC MUSIC) Isn't this all feeling a bit much? I mean, for a green card wedding? Are we sure that Roxy isn't getting too into this? (SIGHS) Oh, no thanks.
Not in the mood.
Oh, neither am I, but free champagne.
- Mm, I'm too upset right now.
- What's going on? Is it the case? Did something happen? I can't really talk about it.
- Okay, what do you guys think? - EDIE: Wow.
Is it too much, or is it, like, just enough? It's definitely a lot.
It's kind of like if a mullet were a dress.
Can you just tell me? I think I have a right to know.
It's too complicated, and we're still figuring it out.
ROXY: What are you guys talking about? Nothing.
I won't stop bugging you until you tell me.
Tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, - tell me, tell me, tell me - Okay, fine, fine.
My own boss is blackmailing us.
They have pictures of me and Amanda.
She either drops the charges, or her career is over.
- Oh, my God.
- Yeah.
That's why Dad was acting so strange.
He was all preoccupied with what kind of defense he deserves.
He's a part of this.
Just when you thought people couldn't get any grosser, right? - What are you gonna do? - I don't know.
I don't know, you guys.
I am kind of in love with it.
We can't let this happen.
- The dress or the blackmail? - Both.
Remember when you said I could be an amazing doctor? That I was just as smart as you and twice as caring? It's certainly true.
You're both those things.
You said that to me right before you asked me to destroy your laptop.
You were manipulating me.
Doesn't make it less true.
You weren't gonna tell me what they were planning to do, were you? Look, the way these things work, the way the sausage is made it can get ugly.
I wasn't sure you wanted to know.
No, you didn't tell me because you knew what I would say.
It's not fair for Edie and Amanda to pay the price, so you can go free.
Ah, I see, yeah.
So no one else has to pay the price for their actions? That's not what I'm saying.
Look, I didn't assault anyone.
You know that.
Now, I don't wanna go to prison for something I didn't do.
I met I met my biological father.
His name is Mark, and he's kind and understanding, and he's a Libra, which means he's really fair, and I know you don't care about any of that stuff, but I do Why why are you doing this to me? I mean right now in this moment? Because it's the truth, and why should I withhold it to protect you? (PROTESTORS CHANTING INDISTINCTLY) - PROTESTOR: What do we want? - ALL: Justice! - PROTESTOR: When do we want it? - ALL: Now! - What do we want? - ALL: Justice! - PROTESTOR: When do we want it? - ALL: Now! - PROTESTOR: What do we want? - ALL: Justice! - PROTESTOR: When do we want it? - ALL: Now! - PROTESTOR: What do we want? - ALL: Justice! - PROTESTOR: When do we want it? - ALL: Now! - PROTESTOR: What do we want? - ALL: Justice! She's here! She's here! (CROWD CHEERING) Roxy, hey, hey, which one do you want? Oh, what are all these people doing here? I didn't ask them to come.
No, you didn't have to.
We got your back.
(STAMMERING) It's good.
I'm cool, thanks.
No, I saw your mom's testimony.
Leon Bechley just like our coach.
He's just another man with power thinks he can do whatever he wants without the slightest consequence.
I gotta sit this one out, okay? It's complicated.
So you don't believe the survivors? - You don't believe your mom? - No, of course I do.
Well, then it's not that complicated.
- PROTESTOR: What do we want? - ALL: Justice! - PROTESTOR: When do we want it? - ALL: Now! - PROTESTOR: What do we want? - ALL: Justice! - PROTESTOR: When do we want it? - ALL: Now! - PROTESTOR: What do we want? - ALL: Justice! - PROTESTOR: When do we want it? - ALL: Now! - PROTESTOR: There he is! - (ALL BOOING) (DRAMATIC MUSIC) CHAD: Thank you for sitting down with us.
Yeah, we can drop this part.
What's your bottom line? Drop the aggravated sexual abuse charge.
No, I can't do that.
If you drop the sexual abuse, you still have health care fraud.
He'll get a substantial sentence just without having to register as a sex offender.
If I drop the sexual abuse, that's telling his patients that what he did to them doesn't matter, and I won't do that.
With all due respect, having an affair with opposing counsel isn't deferential to the victims either.
CHAD: Look, I'm not getting any pleasure out of this.
Edie is one of my top lawyers, but I'm obligated to do what's best for my client.
If you hadn't crossed ethical lines Ethical lines? You spied on your own attorney.
We can't be sure who's responsible for those photos.
TIM: Chad, this is a lot to just spring on someone, so why don't we call it for today and give everyone some time to think? You have 48 hours.
Hey, we need to talk.
It was you, wasn't it? Oh, I can neither confirm nor deny.
Throwing us under the bus, ending Amanda's career No decisions have been made, okay? But if it came to that, you know, of course I'd feel terrible.
You don't have to do it.
You can tell Chad to walk it back.
You pay him.
He has to do what you say.
If I had other options You do! Let us fight for you! We could still win.
Look, Edie, this is my life we're talking about here, so I will stack the deck however I need to.
Look, Chad says you are unlikely to suffer much blowback, so But Amanda will lose everything.
I love her.
(ACOUSTIC MUSIC) She doesn't deserve this.
But I do? ISAAC: Oh, let me get that for you, Mrs.
(SIGHS) Thank you.
I don't know what's the matter with me.
Well, probably the trial.
I mean, it's really stressful.
And Ron's out of town right when you need him most.
Yeah, you're right.
So anyway, we have some news.
- He's not out of town.
- What? He's in a Ramada Inn by the airport.
He left me.
We're through.
He left you? Now? (CRIES) He said he couldn't take it anymore the way I always had to have the last word, the way I undermine him.
I don't believe this.
Why Anyway, it's terrible of me to bring up my pain when you two seem so happy.
I'm so sorry.
If I may, I appreciate your honesty.
It's refreshing.
And I'm sure whatever reasons he had were his own failings, not yours.
DIANE: Well, Roxy, it looks as if you found the rarest of things a gentleman.
Yeah, he is pretty great.
Anyway, you said you had some news.
- That's all right - We're engaged.
Oh, oh, that oh my.
You're kidding.
- Mm-mm.
- ROXY: Nope.
- DIANE: Oh.
- Yeah.
That is that's just so Yeah, thanks.
Thank you.
- Come here! - All right.
- Thank you, thank you.
Olivia said I was a disappointment.
Can you imagine saying that to your own dad at 16? I can imagine thinking it, obviously, but the words leaving my mouth no.
No, my dad would have slapped me across the face.
What did you do? I told her, you know, that she'd made her point, and that I'd listen to her when she calmed down and was in less pain.
Wow, you won't even take credit for how great you are.
You give her rules and structure, but you also listen to her and treat her with respect.
And that you have no idea how special that is.
I really wanna have a baby with you.
I know it's crazy, but it's really how I feel.
(TENDER ACOUSTIC MUSIC) And this is where you backtrack and say, "Sorry for blurting that out".
No, I'm not gonna do that this time.
This isn't going away.
So awkward silence it is? Guess so.
- Thanks.
- Your mom seems nice.
Really, dude? She's a lot of things, but nice? Okay, but she seems like she cares about you.
Yeah, that comes with the mom territory.
Roxy, if this situation with your dad is leaving you having second thoughts, - I would understand.
- It doesn't If anything, it just it reminds me of what a great guy you are.
(TENDER MUSIC) Did we make a mistake? Huh? Please, just give Chad what he wants.
Just go be with your girls.
You deserve a break from all this.
NINA: This one goes out to my girl Roxy! Whoo! (KOOL & THE GANG'S "LADIES' NIGHT") Oh yes, it's ladies' night and the feeling's right Oh yes, it's ladies' night oh what a night Oh, what a night - I need another drink.
- Okay.
NINA: And the feeling's right Hey, you guys, get together.
Hold up your bananas.
Like you mean it.
How do you do it like you mean it? Okay, this doesn't look like you're having any fun.
We're not having fun.
Do you want Isaac to be deported? No, of course we don't.
All right, what's gonna get you guys in the mood, huh? Maybe a little Alanis, some Madonna? (GASPS) Oh, my God, there's five of us.
We should do Spice Girls.
I call Sporty Spice.
I was more into Hanson.
This is my bachelorette party, okay? I am only getting married once as far as the government is concerned.
It's bad enough I have to do this sober.
I really need my sisters to be excited for me.
Rox, are you marrying Isaac only as a favor, or do you actually have feelings for him? I'm doing it as a favor because I might have feelings for him, yeah, but you can't judge me for that.
We're not.
And he maybe has feelings for me too, okay? We're not we're doing it backwards, but we're not doing it that backwards, okay? You got with Amanda when you were still married, and you just asked Donovan to have a kid with you.
I guess impulsiveness runs in our DNA.
I don't know what your excuse is.
No, no, no.
I would only Be in your way So I'll go Why did she pick this song? - I love this song.
- DIANE: But I know I will think of you each step of the way And I Will always love you I will always love you Wait, what are you doing? I love you, Roxy.
Bittersweet memories What's happening? That is all I'm taking With me So good-bye, please don't cry 'Cause we both know I'm not what you need ALL: And I Will always love you I will always Love you PROTESTORS: Patients' rights are human rights! Patients' rights are human rights! Patients' rights are human rights! She is complicit! PROTESTORS: She is complicit! She is complicit! Who are they are they saying that I'm complicit? Julia didn't do anything wrong.
- She chose to stand by Leon.
- Yeah, he's her dad.
Where are you going? I can't tear down other women, especially my sister.
Hey, don't listen to them, okay? You didn't do anything wrong.
Thanks for saying that, but I can't help - but think that they're right.
- No, they're not.
Did you know I stopped by the deli to get the granola bar that he likes because I was afraid his blood sugar would get too low? (PROTESTORS CHATTERING) At the end of the day, he has me, and he knows it.
Hi, is it okay if I talk to him for a second, privately? You okay? Did they go after you out there? Yeah, but I'm okay.
Look, I know you're still deciding what you're gonna do Julie, if you came here to pressure me, there's really no point.
I told you I don't wanna do it, but I can't make any promises.
If worse comes to worst, I You have to let me say this because it's it's hard.
A year ago, I thought I was stuck with you.
I mean you're you were my dad.
It was just the two of us, and I had to support you no matter what, but now I've learned that "father" is just a word.
It's a role that you step into, and it's a privilege that can be taken away.
And if you do this if you cheat your way out of trouble, you might walk out of here, but you'll walk alone.
- Excuse me, I oh.
- JULIA: Mark.
MARK: I'm so sorry.
I'm so lost.
I couldn't find the courtroom.
It was crazy of me to come, I know, but I thought I could just sneak in the back and be a supportive face for you.
So much for sneaking.
Um, I'll show you.
Julia, um (SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC) Who is this? This is Mark, an old friend of Mom's.
JULIA: Mark, this is Leon Bechley.
I'll show you to the courtroom.
We're done here.
How are you doing? When everybody finds out that I had an affair with Leon Bechley's lawyer I just I want the victims to know that I really did try.
- You know? - I know.
Oh, God, I wish I could hug you right now.
Why didn't I just drop the charges? Everything would be so much easier.
Because that's not who you are.
You have integrity.
You believe in the judicial process.
(BREATHING IRREGULARLY) Don't hurt yourself.
It's not like I'm at my lowest or anything.
No, it's not that.
(EXHALES LOUDLY) - EDIE: (RETCHES) - AMANDA: You okay? Is everything all right here? (GASPS) Yeah, I'm fine.
I'm just I'm just a little woozy.
ISAAC: Blood sugar's probably low.
Can you see if you can find some ginger ale? Yeah, I'll be right back.
- EDIE: (SIGHS) - ISAAC: Hey, hey.
Did you have breakfast this morning? Oh, I'm fine and mortified.
May I? Like, I worked out really hard this morning, and Mm-hmm.
And all the stress I'm sure it's nothing.
Yeah, yeah, you're probably right.
Any chance you could be pregnant? - No, no way.
- No? - Not possible.
- Ah, thank you.
Here small sips.
(SOFT DRAMATIC MUSIC) Is the defense ready to call their first witness? Yes, Your Honor.
There is something I would like to say.
Your Honor, may we confer with our client for just a minute? No, that won't be necessary.
Bechley, I have to advise you to listen to your attorneys.
- Leon, what are you doing? - I'm sorry, Edie.
I I may I? It's your trial.
You have every right to speak.
I would like to change my plea to guilty.
(OVERLAPPING SHOUTING) Your Honor, our client has not discussed this with us.
Bechley, do you understand the implications of changing your plea? If I accept this, the trial will be over.
You'll be convicted of all charges.
Yes, I understand that.
And before I step down, may I address my patients, colleagues, and family that are here today? Would that be okay? Thank you.
Uh (CLEARS THROAT) From 1987 to 1996, I used my own material to help patients achieve conception.
I thought I was being helpful, solving problems.
Selfishly, I was controlling outcomes, reducing failure.
I was a hero.
I got carried away, but my intentions were never cruel, never sexual.
I hope you believe that.
(CLEARS THROAT) My hypothesis was simple.
DNA didn't matter.
All that mattered was giving my patients the children they desperately wanted.
I followed those children, um, for science, to see how my genes fared out in the world.
That's (TENDER MUSIC) (CLEARS THROAT) Um my that's that's what I told myself.
And since this whole thing started coming out, I've spent some time with some of those children.
Extraordinary people who I'm deeply proud of.
And I realized that I wasn't tracking them for some grand experiment.
I was doing it because I cared about what happened to them.
I cared about them.
The whole time, I was proving my hypothesis wrong.
Genetics matter.
Consent matters.
I took a lot for granted my patients' trust and my colleagues' respect and my own daughter's unwavering love and support.
These are gifts I didn't deserve.
You know, privileges For which I proved unworthy.
And I am I am deeply sorry that I took advantage of your faith in me.
For the rest of my life, I will strive to earn it back.
You all right? - Yeah.
- I don't know.
I'm kind of freaking out right now.
We do need to talk about sentencing.
This is all gonna happen pretty quickly.
How do you feel? Like a weight's been lifted.
Me too.
I'm really proud of you, Dad.
The firm has a car waiting for you out back.
Thank you very much.
I think I'll walk out the front this time.
Bechley! WOMAN: How do you feel? Words? WOMAN: Just have one question (OVERLAPPING CHATTER) Hey.
I just wanted to tell you that my principles won't allow me to work for the firm anymore.
- I need to move on.
- TIM: I understand.
I don't blame you, but I've invested so much.
You know, I really wanna see this through.
You should.
The firm could really use you in a leadership position.
You could change the culture.
That's the plan.
Anyway, we can do this quickly.
I'll have someone draw up the paperwork for your resignation, our divorce.
Within a couple weeks, there won't be anything tying us together anymore.
(TENDER MUSIC) I'm happy for you, Edie.
No, I don't wanna hold it.
Of course this happens.
The minute I get free, I get a little baby Tim inside me.
We're here for you no matter what you decide.
Yeah, we support you.
You know what's crazy? Most of me feels really trapped and freaked out by this, but a little part of me Kind of really wants this? Is that crazy? You're asking me? Just had to beat me to the pregnancy punch.
Always upstaging me, aren't you? (CHUCKLES) Wait, I'm sorry.
So you think she she is upstaging you? It's my wedding day.
- EDIE: You look so beautiful.
- JULIA: Yeah, yeah, yeah, no.
- EDIE: Sorry.
- JULIA: Of course, I'm sorry.
- How are you doing? You look amazing.
- Yeah, thank you Do you think the veil is too much? - EDIE: Solid choice.
- JULIA: No, perfect.
Do you think I'm making a huge mistake? Kiddin' ya! (LAUGHTER) Roxy, if you do feel like you wanna change your mind, we can just go out there and explain to everybody - ROXY: What? - That, like, you know - No, no, no, no.
- Just forget that it happened.
No, there is no going back now, dude.
Let's get freakin' married, bitches.
(WAGNER'S "BRIDAL CHORUS") Here comes the bride All dressed in white Her dress is tight, and she's looking so fine Ah.
Okay, here, take this.
- Take it, take it.
- Oh, okay.
Thank you.
- Hey, you.
- Hey, yourself.
(ANNA CHRISTELLE MORENO'S "GOLD") You got this thing about you When I am with you life is good Are you really going to be on GameZone, like, every week? Yeah, well, until they fire me.
(CHUCKLES) You gotta come visit me on set.
Well, Izzy got offered a spot at the new training ranch that opened in Dallas with money for me to go with her.
Oh, wow, that's amazing.
You deserve it, kid.
Hey, stick by your mom, okay? She's all right.
- NINA: Oh.
They say that's genetic, you know.
- Mm.
- (LAUGHS) EDIE: Hey, where's Donovan? We can't take the picture without him.
Yeah, I'm not sure.
He said he would be here, but RIVKA: But what? I'm eager to meet this guy of yours.
Things have progressed, right? Yeah, I mean, sort of.
And then I asked him to have my baby, so I kind of ruined it.
NATE: Okay, we're gonna work on thinking before we speak.
Yeah? - Mm-mm.
- Mm.
We just got a delivery from Leon.
- ROXY: Oh.
- ISAAC: Yeah.
This one is for me, and I think this is for you.
(CHUCKLES) Garlic knots he remembered.
You should get that thing on some ice.
- Yeah, I'll take it out back.
- Thank you.
All right, who wants some? It's gonna take a minute for the good stuff to chill.
In the meantime, do you want a beer? (POP MUSIC PLAYS QUIETLY) You okay? I mean, I said the words "till death".
Until you say them, you don't realize the weight.
(SIGHS) - Yeah.
- Yeah.
Listen it's gonna be okay.
Sometimes life throws you curveballs, and you just gotta roll with it.
You're doing the best you can.
I mean, sometimes I've done things too, and it sometimes works out, and sometimes it doesn't.
Most of the time it doesn't, but, you know, for the most part, I just gotta learn to - What the heck was that? - I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, but you ever since I've met you, you have been the one I can't stop thinking about.
Look, I know that you think about me too because I read it in the letter that you wrote.
I think about you as a friend and a colleague and somebody that I care about, but I mean, you've never even considered the possibility? - You just married my sister.
- I know.
I'm sorry.
- Hi.
- ROXY: Look who just showed up.
(GIGGLES) Oh, my God, hi.
These are for the lady of the hour.
Oh, well that's very sweet.
These are for the lady of every hour of my dreams.
Sorry, I should have worked out where that was headed - before I started.
- Thank you.
- Should we go inside - Yes.
And take the picture? - Yes.
- JULIA: Yeah.
Um, hey.
I was thinking about what you said about having a kid.
It's okay.
You know, losing someone I love taught me that nothing in life is guaranteed.
Sure, I had an idea of what my future would be like with my kids out of the house, but I can't count on that.
We can't count on anything but each other.
So if it's what you want, it's what I want too.
(LUDOVICO EINAUDI'S "NUVOLE BIANCHE") JULIA: I think I used to have a pretty clear picture in my head of what a family looked like.
But now I have to say that's that's all changed.
I've had the chance to learn that a family can be about what chooses us or who we choose.
It's about connection and love and trust, and it's wherever we find it, however we define it.
All I know is that we have to celebrate it and hold onto it.
Or before you know it, you could find yourself, after everything you did to bring life into this world, facing an empty future completely alone.
Julia (WHISPERS) It's a wedding, not a funeral.
To the happy couple.
EDIE: Hear, hear! To the happy couple.
(LAUGHS) Let's get together for a family photo.
(INDISTINCT CHATTER) Yeah, ready? One, two - - Okay, my sisters, be good.
Take care of each other.
JULIA: It's just one weekend.
We love you.
Now go.
JULIA: Have fun.

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