Virgin River (2019) s02e10 Episode Script

Blown Away

Ah. Here you are.
I'd have been here sooner,
but I had to blow out
all those damn candles.
I thought you left.
For better or for worse.
Muriel has a friend in Seattle
who specializes in vintage jewelry
like this.
And I had our engagement ring reset.
I wanted to fly up there
to pick it up myself
to make sure it was perfect.
The message on the machine.
I took Muriel to lunch as a thank you.
I don't like not knowing things.
- I wanted to surprise you.
- Well, don't do that anymore.
Well, don't listen to my voice mails.
Anything else?
I'm not cooking dinner every
night like I used to.
So it'll be just like the last 15
years and the first five years.
Look, I am my own person.
I'm not giving that up just
to waltz down the aisle.
I don't want you to give up anything.
I just want you to be happy.
And I will do whatever it takes.
What about you?
I just want you and me to be together.
Hope, I know I've let
you down in the past,
but I swear you can trust me,
and I will never ever hurt you again.
I'm sorry.
Looks like you're stuck with me.
What does that mean?
It means yes, you old fool.
I'll marry you again.
Oh, hey. Mm.
Did you sleep?
No, but that's what the coffee's for.
I guess everything
yesterday just
wiped me out.
It's okay. You needed some rest.
And how about you?
Still feeling okay?
About us?
Yeah, I am.
So, if I told you I love you
I love you too.
I promised Preacher I'd help
him with the breakfast rush.
You okay?
Yeah, no, I just
My stomach's just
still in knots over everything
that happened with Spencer.
I can't believe that Brady's
the one that killed him.
Maybe we don't have the whole story.
Well, he's not gonna
be straight with me.
I already tried.
Anyway, this all started with Calvin.
Will you do me a favor
and just don't do anything today?
- I'm not gonna
- Ah. Just one day.
Just to clear your head and then
do whatever you need to do.
I'm not just gonna hand
this off to the sheriff.
I know.
I'll call you later. Okay?
- Bye.
- Bye.
Mel, hi!
- Everything okay?
- Yeah.
Everything's fine.
Sorry to call you so early.
Oh, don't worry about that.
We're up already.
What's, uh what's going on?
Brady works for the company that
made the offer on your farm, right?
Yeah. Um
Emerald Lumber, why?
Um, do you happen to have the address?
Mel, the people that Brady's mixed
up with are not good people.
I know, but I need to talk to him.
Um, okay, just give me a sec.
It's okay.
Okay, here we go.
It's 242 Commissioners Road.
Thank you.
Mel, please, please be careful.
- I will.
- Okay.
Ricky, I need you to come out here.
Thanks, but I'm not hungry.
We have company.
- Hi.
- So, Connie,
to what do we owe the pleasure?
Your degenerate grandson
defiled my niece.
I caught him red-handed.
Last night, Lizzie and I
Uh before, uh, Connie found
me in the kitchen and I
We had sex.
Oh. Under my roof.
Aunt Connie, is it the sex or the
location that's making you so mad?
- Stop saying sex.
- Sex! Sex, sex, sex, sex, sex, sex.
Lizzie, enough.
And you, sir,
you keep your eyes and
your filthy paws off of her.
Lydie, what are we gonna
do about this debacle?
Well, they're not children.
She's barely 19.
And Ricky's 18, which
makes them both adults.
Just because it's legal
doesn't mean it's right.
Have you forgotten that
premarital sex is a sin?
So, you want them to get married?
Of course not. I expect them to abstain.
I know where you're coming from, Connie,
but times have changed.
Were you safe?
- Uh
- We used a condom.
Lord have mercy. You ought
to be ashamed of yourself.
Now, Connie, Ricky is an
upstanding young man.
He's a good student and plans
to be a Marine one day.
He makes sure I take
care of my diabetes,
works overtime at Jack's
to help me with the bills.
And frankly,
Lizzie is lucky to have him.
Well, if you're not gonna
do something, then I will.
If I catch you with this
sex-crazed delinquent,
you'll be on the first bus
back to your parents.
You're not in charge of
who I hang out with.
While you're under my roof,
you'll live by my rules.
- Then I'll move.
- How are you planning to support yourself?
I really care about Lizzie, and I
would never take advantage of her.
I just wanna spend time with her.
Well, then you should have kept
your pants on. We're leaving.
Good morning, wife.
Good morning, husband.
What's that smell?
- Well, that is bacon and burnt toast.
- My favorite.
I was hoping to get
some points for effort.
You've racked up a few points already.
So I was thinking.
Okay, this might sound crazy,
but maybe we should renew our vows
and then have a small reception.
Like a wedding?
Never mind. Forget it. It's a
stupid idea. We're still married.
No, that is the best idea
- I have ever heard.
- Really?
And, in the spirit of doing
things right this time,
let's just do it big.
- How big?
- I mean, big enough
to blow your socks off.
Could you be more specific?
Well, I wish I could, but I, um,
I got to run down to the clinic.
So, why don't you start by
drawing up the guest list?
- Okay.
- Okay.
- This is all for you.
- Thank you.
- Yeah, okay.
- I'll be eating forever.
Here you go.
Good morning.
I'm not doing this with
you today, Preach.
And I'm not gonna do what I usually
do, which is keep my mouth shut.
Listen, man. We've all got
demons that haunt us.
All right? Myself included.
You need to hear this.
You know, ever since this
thing started with Calvin
and then the guys, they
brought up Lonergan
you've been on edge.
You know, and I get that
you're stressed about Mel,
Charmaine, and the twins.
And what about you?
You never get stressed?
No, I meet with a group of vets
over in Grace Valley from time to time.
It helps on the days I need support.
Well, I'm not so sure sitting
around talking about my feelings
with a bunch of dudes
is gonna help anything.
Well, you'd be surprised.
And something's gotta change
'cause watching you sit here
and struggle in silence,
- I can't do it anymore.
- You don't understand.
I got responsibilities, okay?
People depend on me.
Yeah, we've all got responsibilities.
Well, I'm the one who
owns the bar, okay?
I'm the one with twins on the way.
I'm the one everybody in town
comes to when they need help.
I mean, what do you want me to say, man?
Okay, I'm managing the best I can,
and I'm not doing a
great job. Is that it?
You know, this isn't me attacking you.
This is me being your friend.
I think I can help.
Make me a full partner in the bar.
- What?
- Look, man, I've got money saved, okay?
I can invest right now.
We can share the cost
when things are slow
and split the profits
when business is booming.
It would be good for both of us.
I'm sorry. I gotta go.
- Just tell me you'll think about it.
- Yeah. I'll
I'll think about going to
your group or whatever,
but, look, as far as the
bar is concerned, man,
if I make you a partner,
it could complicate things,
and I'd never wanna ruin our
friendship over business, you know?
Look, I gotta go.
Hey, it's Jamie. You know
what to do. So do it.
Hey, so I've, uh, I've decided.
I'm gonna take that
job in San Francisco.
Call me back when you can.
Hey, Connie, I, uh, got your check
for last week's order right here.
- Thanks.
- There you go.
I know you don't wanna involve
me and I respect that,
but, uh
have you heard anything
new from the sheriff?
Yeah, it turns out Wes was dirty,
and there's a warrant
out for his arrest.
- Really?
- Mm-hmm.
Yeah. They think he's on the run,
and there are no plans
to track him down.
That's wonderful news.
Yeah, at least Paige and
Christopher are finally safe.
why don't you look happier?
You know, yesterday, I swear
to God I saw Wes in the bar.
- That's not possible.
- No, I'm telling you.
This guy, he looked just like him.
It's your mind playing tricks on you.
You did everything you could for Paige,
and you probably saved her life.
You know, you can tell how a
person feels about someone
by the sacrifices
they're willing to make.
I know you loved her,
and I hope for your sake,
she comes back one day.
Hi, can you cover for me?
Uh, why? Do you have a house call?
No, I need to see someone
in Eureka about a patient.
I'll be back tonight.
Oh, okay.
Well, I actually have an errand to run.
Doing what?
I'd rather not say.
Who's the patient?
I'd rather not say.
Well, I'll have my cell phone
on me, and I'll be in the area.
There's no appointments
on the book. So it's
- just in case.
- Yeah.
You know, I just I wanted to say,
I know I've been a little gruff lately,
but I'm gonna try to be in
a better mood from now on.
Oh. Okay.
Well, I appreciate the apology.
By the way, I, um
I asked Hope to remarry me.
- She said yes.
- Really?
Oh, my God.
I'm really happy for you
guys. Congratulations.
And we are having a ceremony,
and I would like it very much
if you would be a part of it.
I Um
Yeah. Yeah, I would love to. Of course.
- Aw. Thank you.
- Yeah.
See you later.
Okay, bye.
Hey, what took you so long?
I got here as soon as I could.
Well, um, the sink's clogged.
Okay, Char, that's not an emergency.
Well, it is to me.
I'm making Tucker peanut
butter dog treats,
and I need to use the sink, so
You made cookies for the dog?
Yeah, and I'd make you cookies.
All you had to do is ask.
I'm good. Thanks.
Hey, Carlos, I got my
hands full right now.
Can I call you back?
Um, I still haven't received
your paperwork.
Sorry, yeah, I got a little
sidetracked last night,
but I'll get the paperwork
to you by tonight.
This guy is motivated to sell
and has multiple offers.
If we don't submit ASAP,
he'll take another bid.
If you're having second thoughts
No, no, no! I want it. All right?
Tell the seller I'm all in. He'll
have everything by the morning.
All right. I'll call you back.
What are you buying?
Oh, I, um
Well, I didn't wanna say anything
until it was all finalized. But
Yeah, the bar's not gonna
work for the twins,
so I figured I'd buy a house
that was halfway between
your salon and the bar.
I I had no idea.
Well, you know, the deal's
not done yet, but
it will be.
Listen, I gotta get a pipe wrench
from the truck. I'll be right back.
Well, you're home early.
It was slow at the bar.
Preacher let me go.
Hey, you wanna help?
Yeah. What can I do?
- Grate the chocolate.
- Sure.
You know, when you were little,
you liked to help me in the kitchen.
I remember.
I'm really sorry about earlier.
- I didn't mean to make trouble for you.
- Well
I love Connie, but, uh, she's
always been a little self-righteous
when it comes to other
people's business.
Yeah, well, thanks for
sticking up for me.
I just spoke the truth.
Don't let Connie make you feel bad.
Her heart's in the right place.
It's just her mouth that's misguided.
I only want you to be safe and smart.
Because I love ya.
I love you too.
Now, bring that over here. Let me see.
- Grandma?
- Yeah?
You know that chocolate's
not good for your diabetes.
Oh, well, this isn't for me.
It's for Lizzie.
You bring it over to her and make
sure she knows how you feel.
we'll wait for you,
and I'll see you tomorrow.
What are you doing here?
I need to know what happened
to Spencer. Hey!
This is private property. You can't
march in here making demands.
- Hey!
- Keep moving.
I'm not leaving until
Do you realize how reckless
you're being right now?
If Calvin catches wind you're
here, we're both screwed.
Well, then you better hurry
up and tell me what happened.
Stop talking.
Get in your car, drive north one
mile, stop at the closest rest stop.
Wait by the fence. I'll pick you up.
Can I get you anything?
No, I'm almost done. Thanks.
You sure you don't want any lemonade?
No, I'm good. Thanks.
I just wanted to say that
I think it's really great
that you're buying a house.
Yeah. Uh-huh.
The twins will have a
yard to run around in.
Well, there's plenty of land.
I'd love to see it.
Uh, sure.
We could get them a swing set.
That'd be nice.
Pipe's clear.
Oh, thanks.
So, uh, how's it being back at work?
It's great. Yeah.
I I wanted to say, too, thank you
for taking care of me when I was sick.
I know I didn't make it easy.
I told you I'll always be there
to support you and the babies.
Yeah. You're so loving.
The twins are so lucky
to have you as a dad.
What are you doing?
I don't understand you.
Why would you wanna live
with me if we're not together?
Well, I never I never said you
and I were gonna live together.
I'm buying the house for the twins.
You're making me look
crazy, and I'm not.
I never said you were.
Well, what am I supposed to think, Jack?
I mean, I'm having your babies,
and you gave me a freaking puppy.
I was trying to cheer you up.
Remember, I said to think of
the dog as a foster situation.
You are unbelievable. There's no
way that you're that oblivious.
All right, Charmaine, I have
been nothing but clear with you
from the moment you found
out you were pregnant.
I said to you I will be a hands-on dad,
but we're not getting back together.
Because you're in love with Mel.
All right, Mel isn't why
we're not together.
- I don't think that's true.
- Well
Char, you deserve more.
I don't want more.
I want you.
I'm sorry.
You don't wanna be together.
I get it.
But I want a husband.
And I want you to have that.
Well, the man I eventually
marry will be the twins' father,
and we'll just have to
see where you fit in.
You can let yourself out.
Get in.
Get in.
Thank you.
Hey, good morning.
Hi, Hope.
Hi, Hope.
Can I get you anything?
Those scones look good.
Keep the change.
Um, Hope.
I never said sorry that day
about bailing on you at the bar
and borrowing your credit card.
So sorry.
It's called stealing, dear,
and apology accepted.
Well, you look like the cat
who swallowed the canary.
What's going on?
Nothing, just that, uh, Vernon
had my engagement ring reset,
and, um, he presented it to
me last night, and, um
- I accepted!
- Oh!
That's so wonderful. That's beautiful.
Oh, no, who's gonna tell Muriel?
She knows.
She put Vernon in touch
with a very prestigious
jeweler in Seattle.
She was quite taken with Doc.
She must have been a
little bit devastated.
I'm sure she was, but the
heart wants what it wants.
- Is there gonna be a ceremony?
- Oh, of course not, dear.
This is Hope.
Actually, we're planning
on a recommitment ceremony
- followed by a reception.
- Oh.
- Oh!
- So happy for you guys!
I shredded my divorce
papers this morning.
Oh, it's a tale as old as time.
You don't have to answer
now, but I would love it
if you would use the B&B.
Or if you want something less formal,
you're welcome to use the farm.
Yeah, if you have to have a ceremony,
the farm's a good idea.
Connie, no one wants to smell animal
excrement on their wedding day.
- Wait, I would clean the barn, though
- Well, they could do it down
by the pond.
- It's nowhere near the barn!
- It's not gonna be
Besides, you might wanna
Does anybody know you're here?
Look, if the situation were reversed,
Jack wouldn't hesitate to help you.
Even after everything that you've done.
Even after the way you've treated him.
Jack would protect you no matter what,
and he's proven that over and over.
Now he needs your help.
Over there.
Spencer's grave's right over there.
It's fine.
Hey, I gotta head out for a bit.
Hey, yeah, we do need to talk.
- Thought we already did.
- No, that was about you.
And now this is about me.
Okay. Well, can we do it later?
Yeah. Sure.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Hey, what can I get you?
- What do you got on tap?
- All local.
Lager, stout, pale ale?
I'll try the ale, please.
So, can I get you anything else?
Maybe. I'm Vince, by the way.
So how about a menu?
Actually, I'm looking
for some information.
- About?
- My twin brother.
He went missing a few weeks ago.
Oh. I'm sorry to hear that.
I, uh, tracked his phone
to his wife's house.
- But then she disappeared.
- Huh.
You wouldn't happen to know someone
named Michelle Logan, would you?
No, you know, that, uh,
name doesn't sound familiar.
How about Paige Lassiter?
Yeah, she used to run a bakery truck.
Well, actually, Michelle
has been living as Paige.
She kidnapped my nephew.
My brother came here looking for her.
Then he disappeared.
Wow. I, uh, I didn't know that.
Why would you?
Well, I'm sorry.
I don't know where she is.
I'm a detective, by the way.
Miami PD.
And I gotta say the people here,
they're a lot friendlier
than they are in Miami.
A lot more chatty and informative.
So you can knock off the act.
I know about you and Michelle.
So give her a message for me, will you?
Tell her I'm coming for her.
And one way or another,
she's gonna pay for whatever
she did to my brother.
You tell her that.
Come in. I have something
I wanna show you.
What's up?
Uh, I saw Brady today.
What, at the clinic?
No, I tracked him down
at Emerald Lumber.
You what?
Here, just watch this.
So this is, uh, proof of life,
I guess, or whatever.
About to get on the bus with Maxine.
Brady, I owe you.
That's it.
So Spencer's alive?
Calvin thinks that Brady killed him,
but he didn't go through with it.
Brady drove Spencer, Maxine,
and the baby to the bus station.
They're headed to L.A.
He also gave Spencer Mike's number.
What, and Brady told you all this?
He knows getting into business
with Calvin was a mistake,
and I think this is his way
of trying to get out.
And why did you go to Brady? I
You were in pain, and I thought
finding out the truth about Spencer
was something that I could do for you.
Well, you shouldn't have gone up
to Emerald Lumber on your own.
I know.
I'm sorry, but I had to do something.
And I thought I could
get through to Brady.
Well, I don't ever want you putting
yourself in danger because of me.
Well, I can't promise that.
Love makes people do crazy things.
Well, you've done me in again.
Death by rhubarb, huh?
- Preach?
- Yeah?
Is something on your mind?
Just the usual.
Don't sweat the small stuff.
'Course, it's all small stuff.
Yeah, thanks, Bert.
- Hi.
- Hey.
Uh, can I get you anything?
No, I just came to say goodbye.
Oh, you're leaving?
Tomorrow morning, but I will
see you in the city, yeah?
Yeah. Yeah, um
And you know what? Thank you
again for recommending me.
Of course. I know you'll
make me look good.
Listen, I, uh, just need to,
you know, talk to Jack.
And as soon as I find a replacement,
I'll be able to pull up stakes.
All right.
Well, don't take too long.
Your future is in San Francisco.
How are you feeling?
Happy and safe.
Exactly how I want you to feel.
Well, maybe this time we
can make it to the bed.
Oh, can we eat first? I'm starving.
- What?
- You have, like, no food.
- I have frozen peas.
- Oh.
All right, how about I grill
us some steaks at the bar?
Yeah, that sounds perfect.
Can I bring anything?
Just yourself.
All right.
Ricky, what the hell are you doing here?
Why haven't you texted me back?
Connie took my phone.
What are you doing here?
I wanted to see you.
- You did?
- Yeah.
I'm sorry I got you in trouble.
It wasn't your fault.
I can't believe we're not allowed
to see each other anymore.
If I listened to what Connie said,
I'd be on my way to a convent.
I have something better in mind.
Parting is such sweet sorrow.
You wanna go to a Renaissance fair?
You're Romeo, and I'm Juliet.
We'll be two star-crossed lovers
carrying on a secret love affair.
It'll be so hot.
You know that Romeo and
Juliet die in the end, right?
God! Do you have to
overthink everything?
You're right.
No more thinking.
Hey, Mike, what's the word?
Your friend Spencer called me.
I just want you to know
that him and his family are
gonna be taken care of.
Turns out, Emerald Lumber was a front.
Calvin was hollowing out
logs to ship cash to Mexico,
and in return,
the cartel was sending back
half a million dollars' worth
of fentanyl every week.
The drugs, they were
hidden and transported
in animal feed supply trucks.
Oh, and that's why they
were after Lilly's farm.
Jack, um
Brady's gonna be arrested too.
Oh, hey, I can't talk right now.
Can I call you back?
Yeah, I'll call you.
- All right. Be safe out there.
- Copy that.
Hey, Mel, I'm in the kitchen.
Are you Preacher?
And you are ?
I'm a friend of Michelle's.
Your friend Paige
Is she okay?
Yes, but her husband's brother
tracked down her cell number,
and he left her
a message.
- Preach!
- Hey, buddy!
I missed you.
Can I stay with you?
Yeah, of course. Absolutely.
Sorry, I was gonna surprise you
with a celebratory dinner,
but Jo Ellen insisted on showing me
every inch of the B&B's new garden.
She acts like the pavilion
gazebo is the Taj Mahal,
and you should have heard her.
She went on and on about
their Antilles Mosaic Fountain.
You'd think that thing was pumping gold.
Hey, what's wrong?
Um, I was in Eureka today,
and I met with a doctor.
For one of your patients?
No. No, it was for me.
For a checkup?
You're scaring me, Vernon. What is it?
- Oh, my goodness!
- Congratulations on your engagement!
Hey, come on! Get in here,
you lovebirds! Come on!
Come on, Doc.
My goodness!
Hey, it's me.
Oof. That smells good.
Jack. Hey.
Just stay with me, okay?
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