Virgin River (2019) s03e10 Episode Script

A Wedding, No Funeral and a Baby

Hey. You guys go home. It's late.
- We're not leaving you here alone.
- I'm fine.
Not until we hear from the doctor.
I don't know what is taking so long.
The CT results should've
been back hours ago.
Hey, she's gonna pull through. Okay?
- Mel's right. We have to stay positive.
- Dr. Mullins?
Yeah. Dr. Singh. Did you
get the test results?
Yes, and I'm afraid it's not good news.
In addition to her initial contrecoup
subdural hematoma,
she's now developed cerebral
edema from her TBI.
This is cause for concern
over potential herniation.
Sorry, can someone translate, please?
The impact from the crash caused
Hope's brain to bleed and swell,
and now there's new swelling,
and they're worried that it
could shift some brain tissue,
which can be fatal.
And I'm assuming Hope will
be going into surgery?
She's about to be prepped for the OR.
Okay. So, what are the treatment options
to control the swelling after surgery?
We have two choices.
We can put her into a
pentobarbital-induced coma,
or we can increase her steroid intake.
No, she has a heart condition.
If you increase the steroids,
it could trigger a cardiac arrest.
Which is why I'm recommending
the medically-induced coma.
What's the thinking behind that?
She's been in and out of consciousness.
And if you decrease brain activity,
that reduces the swelling and
allows the brain to heal faster.
- Got it.
- Of course, there are risks involved,
including impaired consciousness.
So you're saying that she
could remain unresponsive
even after being weaned off sedation?
I'm sorry the news isn't better,
but you need to make a decision.
If you think inducing
is the right way to go,
I trust your judgment.
A member of our admin team
will be by with the paperwork.
Doc, I'm so sorry.
Look, Hope is strong, okay?
She's gonna get through this.
You want anything?
I'll go to the cafeteria.
No, no.
Are you okay?
I'm just worried.
I have made so many mistakes
when it comes to Hope.
I just pray to God
this isn't another one.
- Hey, babe?
- Yeah.
I got you a latte.
I'll be right there.
So, Doc called.
Oh, yeah?
How's Hope?
Surgery was a success.
Right now, she's stable.
Oh, good. That's good.
Um, I'm gonna get dressed, and
then we can go to the hospital.
Mm. Doc said not to.
He shouldn't be alone right now.
That's what I told him, but he insisted.
Oh, God, he's so stubborn.
Here, let me help.
But we have been there for,
what, ten days in a row now?
Maybe he just wants to
have some time to himself.
Yeah, I guess you're probably right.
So, uh,
the last few weeks
have been pretty tough.
How about
we get dinner tonight at the pier?
Oh. Um, yeah.
Well, I was kinda thinking maybe
we could just be alone tonight.
Well, we will be.
No, I know, but without
other people around.
Oh, okay.
Well, how about a compromise?
We could walk around the pier,
then get takeout,
come back here, have
dinner, just the two of us?
That sounds nice.
Let's do that.
You okay?
Yeah, I'm fine.
You know how much I love you, right?
I do, because I love you too.
- Hi.
- The guy at the front desk was so lame.
I forgot my driver's license,
so he wasn't gonna let me in.
How did you get through?
I started crying.
I can cry on command,
it's pretty useful.
I'll bet.
How's Hope?
She's hanging in there, you know.
I'm so sorry this is
happening to you guys.
Yeah. Thank you. Me too.
I brought you
wireless earbuds.
Oh, that is so nice of you.
Can I see your phone?
Um, yeah.
The password is, uh, two, two, two, two.
- That's not very secure.
- I can remember it.
You know, whenever I'm
feeling stressed or sad,
I like to listen to music,
so I made you a playlist.
Once I import it, you can
find it in your iTunes.
Do Do I have an iTunes?
- Yeah, it's right here.
- Oh.
Yeah, I picked mostly stuff
from the '60s and '70s,
'cause you know, you're
Anyway, since I don't know
what type of music you like,
I went with the obvious choices.
Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell,
- the Stones.
- Oh, yeah, yeah, I like all three.
What's your Apple ID?
I, uh
- I
- Oh, never mind. I'll just use mine.
This'll take a while to download,
so we will use my phone
to test out the earbuds.
- Oh.
- Here, put those in.
I love this song.
Is it loud enough?
Do you like it?
I like it very much.
This is so thoughtful of
you, Lizzie. Thank you.
You're welcome.
Being in a hospital sucks.
Yeah, it does. It sucks.
Would you like to listen with me?
I wanna get lost in
your rock and roll ♪
And drift away ♪
Beginning to think ♪
That I'm wasting time ♪
I don't understand the things I do ♪
Hey, Hannah!
Hey, Preacher.
So how is your first shift going?
I broke a stack of dishes and tried
to serve meat loaf to a vegan.
Lucky for you, we don't have
a lot of vegans around here.
Good, because now
you're short on dishes.
Don't worry about it.
You are doing a great job.
You don't have to be so nice.
I can take constructive criticism.
Well, how about, please do
not break any more dishes?
Well, now you're just being hurtful.
Didn't mean to interrupt. Wanted
to know how Hope's doing today.
Oh. Right now, it's a
wait-and-see situation.
Yeah, got it. So how's Doc taking it?
Pretty hard.
Well, you tell him that
I'm praying for them.
Doc will appreciate that.
Hey, before you go, um,
I know things have been a bit
upside-down since the funeral, but
Well, I was wondering
if you'd given the partnership
any more thought.
Yeah, I, uh
You know, I wanted to
talk to you about that.
Well, what do you think?
I'm in!
Oh, man, that's fantastic.
This is gonna be good.
I'll get the paperwork drawn up.
All right, sounds good.
And, uh, you know, thanks
for following through.
No, thank you. Come on.
We're practically family.
Yeah, that's for sure. And, you
know, if you ever need anything
I might need a best man.
Yeah, that is great! You two,
you know, you're good together.
So, what got you thinking
about marriage?
I don't know. Seeing Doc so torn
up over the idea of losing Hope,
that's how I feel about Mel.
I don't wanna live without her.
Yeah, well, so don't.
I don't know. I never thought
I'd get married again, man.
I mean, just the fact that I'm
thinking about it is freaking me out.
You were a kid the first time.
Kids make mistakes.
Now, you know who you are
and what makes you happy.
That's true.
Thanks, I appreciate it.
Don't overthink it.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Thanks for meeting me here.
Of course. So how are you feeling?
I'm okay. Thanks.
Did you, um, get a chance
to contact that therapist
that I recommended?
Look, I know therapy's
not really your thing,
but would you just give her a call,
see if you like her over the phone?
That's not it.
I've decided to leave town.
Sorry. Jack didn't
mention anything to me.
He doesn't know.
I was actually hoping maybe
you could tell him for me.
You wanna leave town
without telling Jack? Why?
He's gonna ask a bunch of questions,
and after everything that's happened,
I really can't handle
being cross-examined.
I am so embarrassed.
Mixing wine with Xanax
and passing out
is not something I am proud of.
Well, no one is judging you. Really.
No. I'm judging myself.
You haven't known me for very
long, right? But this is not me.
I'm someone who is used
to being in control.
Nobody can be in control all the time.
I just wanna go someplace
new and start over.
Someplace where no one knows me.
Well, you know,
pain doesn't just disappear.
It follows you wherever you
go until you deal with it.
Something happened back in Sacramento.
Something that, uh
You know, Brie, you don't have
to tell me if you don't want to.
I want to.
But you swear not to tell Jack.
- Of course.
- I'm serious.
I do not want him to know about this.
I swear. I would never.
This is harder than I thought.
Just take your time.
Six months ago, I started dating
that attorney I told you about.
We met at a fundraiser,
and he was smart
and handsome,
and our chemistry was insane.
And, uh
one night we were together,
and I was tired from working all day,
so I told him, no.
But he didn't stop.
And when he was done,
I started crying.
And you know what he did?
He got dressed
and walked out without saying anything.
Oh. Sweetheart.
My miscarriage is from that night.
Oh, I'm so sorry.
Thanks for seeing me.
Is Christopher with you?
No, um, he's at camp.
I don't want him to know I'm here.
So what's going on? Is Paige okay?
Is there somewhere we can go talk?
Somewhere more private?
So where's Paige?
She's in a cabin near the county line.
- Just past Yeoman's Ridge.
- Why are you here instead of her?
Paige wants to turn herself in,
but she wants to see Christopher first.
No, we talked about
this before she left.
Now, if she goes to prison,
he'll end up in foster care,
or worse, with Wes's family.
Exactly, but she's so worn
down from being on the run,
- she won't listen to me.
- Then I I need to see her.
Remind her what we talked about.
That's what I was hoping you would say.
Come with me.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- I didn't know you were coming by.
- I wasn't planning on it.
- So, did you work things out with Todd?
- You could say that.
Um, we actually got married, so
- When?
- Yesterday.
Uh, at City Hall in Eureka.
Well, uh, gotta admit,
that's not what I thought
you were gonna say but, um,
Thanks. Yeah, I told him
I wasn't gonna move to Eureka
unless we had a wedding date set,
and he decided that
we didn't need to wait.
Oh, that's great.
You must be so happy.
I was, yeah,
until I found out that you
hired a family law attorney.
Who told you that?
Well, Todd was interviewing
lawyers to represent me,
and the woman that he wanted to hire
said she had a conflict of interest,
which he assumes is you.
Look, I don't wanna fight. I just
want equal custody of the twins.
Honestly, Jack, I don't
see that happening.
And why not?
Because Todd doesn't want
you involved with our family.
Oh, I'm sorry, you mean
involved with my kids?
Jack, I'm not gonna risk my
marriage in order to defend you.
Charmaine, we
we are the twins' biological
parents, all right?
Anything concerning them
should be between you and me.
Nobody else.
Look, until I have my own attorney,
Todd's representing me.
So if you wanna talk about custody,
your lawyer is gonna have
to discuss it with him.
Charmaine. Hey, Charmaine!
Look at me. Look.
Are you seriously gonna let this guy
keep me from seeing my own kids?
He's my husband, and he
might not be perfect,
but he is a good man, and
he'll be a dependable father.
Those twins are my flesh and blood.
How do you think they'll
feel when they realize
you pushed their father away?
Stop it. Stop trying to guilt
me into taking your side.
I'm not
I'm not trying to guilt you.
We're talking about
our children's future.
I have to go.
Oh. Thanks.
I should've bought a large.
No, that hit the spot.
You sure I can't pay for it?
- It's just a soda.
- Yeah.
Besides, I'm grateful for your help.
I'll do anything for Paige.
Me too.
- What the hell was that?
- Going for a drive.
Haven't you heard? It's official.
All charges against me were thrown out.
They didn't have any evidence.
No one was willing to testify,
not even Spencer.
Yeah, well, good for you.
I hear Emerald Lumber's
got you drowning in debt.
I'd cover expenses for six months.
Payroll, equipment,
transport, all of it.
That'd get you back in the black.
Yeah, and what's in it for you?
I got my own debts to deal with,
so if you're open to diversification
No. No. I'm not running drugs for you.
I'm not asking you to do anything
except look the other way.
Sorry, not interested.
Brady, my suppliers are
gonna get their money back
one way or another.
And if I can't give it to 'em,
well, they're coming after you.
That is, if you're not in prison.
What are you talking about?
Word is your alibi fell apart.
You talking about Jack?
I got nothing to do with it.
Then I guess you got
nothing to worry about.
Here you go.
- Hey.
- What's up?
- You've been ghosting me.
- I've been busy.
I know I messed up.
I should've told you
that I wanted to enlist.
I'm really sorry.
I don't want an apology.
You seemed really
upset at Lilly's house.
I was.
The reason I didn't tell you is because
I was afraid you'd talk
me out of enlisting.
And why would I do that?
Because you wanna get married
and have babies and
Did I ever say that?
We took a quiz on how many
kids we're going to have,
and you wanna move in together and
That quiz was a joke.
And moving in together doesn't
mean we're gonna get married.
This isn't 1950.
So what if I had told you,
what would you have said?
Maybe I would've been upset,
but then I would've told you to go.
And do you know why?
Because I loved you,
and I would've supported
whatever you wanted to do.
Like past tense?
Lizzie, I know I screwed up, but
Hey, babe.
Look, I don't need an apology.
You live your life, and I'll live mine.
What are you, uh
What are you doing here?
Uh, I thought you might wanna hang out.
Yeah, I do.
- The cabin's just down this hill.
- Okay.
Oh, what's going on?
Just, uh
feel a little dizzy, uh
You sure you don't have Legally Blonde?
Ah, come on. You're gonna love it.
Seven Oscars.
Hey, come here.
Oh, man. You are all knotted up.
Oh, that feels good.
Yeah, well, as long as you're here,
I'll do whatever you want.
Yeah, uh,
about that.
That's kind of why I came over.
Um I'm thinking about
leaving Virgin River.
What, you gotta go back to work?
No, it's not that.
Then what is it?
I've just been dealing with some stuff,
and it's too hard with Jack here, so
I see.
What about us?
Brie, I meant what I said.
I'm falling in love with you.
You're all I think about.
I'm sure that's not true.
I wouldn't say it if it wasn't.
This doesn't make sense.
You know that, right?
My brother thinks you shot him.
But I didn't.
The truth is, I
I can't get enough of you.
All I know is when we're together,
there's this heat
that I've never felt before.
Do you know what I mean?
Yeah, I do.
Then stay.
Just a little while longer.
Give this a chance.
If I say yes, I feel like
I'm going to regret it.
You won't.
- Hey, guys.
- Hey.
Thanks for coming. Come on in.
Here you go.
Oh! Is this scalloped
potatoes and sausage?
Preacher knows it's your favorite.
Oh, and an apple pie!
So sweet of all of you. Thanks.
Oh, my gosh. I have such crazy news.
An anonymous donor set up
a trust for me and Chloe.
Wow. That's incredible.
Yeah, I know.
The trust will cover help and
maintenance for the farm,
so we don't have to move.
Oh, Tara, that is just That's
amazing. I'm so happy for you.
Thanks. I just wish I knew who it was
so I could thank them
properly, you know?
Yeah. Well, your mom
touched a lot of people.
Yeah, she did.
I have something for you.
Wait right here.
Hm, gee, I wonder who
the benefactor could be.
Well, I mean obviously somebody
that wants to remain anonymous.
- Mm. Your secret's safe with me.
- How did you know it was me?
Come on. Who else would be so generous
and refuse to take any credit?
Oh. I just I don't want Tara to
feel indebted to me. That's all.
I'm just lookin' for your wings.
You sure you're not a guardian
angel disguised as a human being?
Mom wanted you to have this.
My father painted it.
Oh, my gosh, Tara. This is
It's beautiful, but I can't accept
that. That's a family heirloom.
No, she wanted you to have it.
She said if you ever leave,
she wanted you to have
a piece of Virgin River.
And if you don't take it,
she'll haunt both of us.
Okay. Thank you.
- Extra salt?
- And butter.
You are so freaking gorgeous.
You know that?
Hm, that sounds familiar.
- What the hell?
- Sheriff Duncan! Open up!
- What's going on?
- I don't know.
Hold on!
What the hell is this?
We're here to execute a search
warrant on the premises.
- You gotta be kidding me.
- May I see it?
You don't have a choice.
Fine, but you're not
gonna find anything.
All right, let's get to work!
Brie, if you wanna stick
around, it's your call,
but if you want my opinion,
you're wasting your time.
You deserve a whole lot better.
Why don't you, uh, do what
you gotta do and get out?
Where do you think?
Yeah, that looks good.
You want me to throw
some steaks on the grill?
Uh, no, thanks. I'm okay.
Come on. You hardly ate
anything for breakfast.
I know. I just
- I think I'm gonna lay down.
- Yeah.
Can I get you something?
No, no, I'm fine. I think I
just need to get some sleep.
Hm. Oh, honey, I'm sorry about tonight.
I know you tried to
plan something special.
Oh, it's okay.
Maybe we could get up early.
We could watch the sunrise.
- If you're feeling better.
- That sounds nice.
Why don't you just wake
me when you get up?
I love you.
I love you too.
Sorry, there's no alcohol in the house.
there is now!
Parker, if Connie finds
out, she'll freak.
Chill. You are so uptight.
You need to get out of here.
I told you, I don't wanna go back to LA.
Why not?
It's too expensive to get my own place,
and I don't wanna live with my parents.
- I don't wanna go back either.
- What about the club?
I'm not about that anymore.
I'm being serious.
- I'm gonna road trip cross-country.
- With who?
If it's Dave, don't let him drive
'cause he's baked,
like, 99% of the time.
The only person I wanna go with is you.
- What are you talking about?
- It'd be an adventure!
Just the two of us going wherever
we want, whenever we want.
You wanna see the Grand Canyon? Done.
You wanna go to Miami? We're there.
Parker, we're not getting back together.
Why not?
Because I don't trust you.
Okay, I know I screwed up. I never
should've hooked up with Olivia.
So now you regret sleeping with her?
Of course I do! It was
stupid and immature.
- I was just frustrated that you
- Don't blame me. That's weak.
I know. I'm sorry.
For real.
I love you.
Please, give me another chance.
- I can't just pick up and leave.
- Why? What's keeping you here?
Oh! Good evening. How can I help you?
Uh, I'd like a room.
Okay. I'll need to see
some identification.
I'm 19.
Still need proper ID.
Oh, you're from Seattle.
I have a friend who used to live
there. I hear it's a beautiful city.
It's okay.
So, um, what brings you to town,
if you don't mind me asking?
Uh, yeah, I'm looking
for my grandfather.
Oh, well, I know almost
everyone in town.
What's his name?
Dr. Vernon Mullins.
- Hey!
- Hey!
How long have you been here?
Just a few minutes. I figured you'd
have to come back at some point.
Oh, I was in the cafeteria. If I'd
known, I'd have brought you a cup.
Oh, I'm fine.
It's you I'm worried about.
How are you?
I'm good.
I'm not good. I'm
Well, I have a little
something here for Hope
that just might cheer you up.
The girls and I made a photo blanket
so that when Hope wakes up, she
will see everyone who loves her.
I don't know what to say.
That's just marvelous. Thank you.
- Aw.
- Thank you.
Dr. Singh.
- Do you want me to go
- No, stay, please.
- Is everything all right?
- She's developed a fever.
Oh, God, not an infection.
I've ordered a chest C
and a full blood panel.
I'll let you know more as
soon as I have the results.
Uh, thank you.
Hey, everything's gonna be okay.
I no longer believe that's true.
I should've called her when
I found out about Lilly,
and she'd have come home.
She wouldn't have been on the road
when the damn truck crossed
Come on now. You can't think like that.
I know, but it feels like
she's just slipping away,
and there's not a goddamn
thing I can do.
- So when's Preach coming home?
- I thought he'd be home by now.
Wait. So you mean this
whole pizza's just for us?
Well, how about we save him a slice?
- Screw this.
- Brady, don't
- You done?
- When we are, I'll let you know.
- Yeah, well, you're wasting your time.
- Sheriff!
- Found it wedged underneath the seat.
- Come on. You planted that.
It's not mine. I swear to God, it's not.
Is that a Glock 26?
Same caliber used on Jack.
That's not my gun. That's not my gun!
Brie, you gotta believe me.
I'm being set up.
- Mike.
- Read him his rights.
Mike! Mike, I'm being set up.
Mike, you son of a bitch! Come on!
- Daniel Brady.
- Brie.
You're under arrest for the attempted
murder of Jack Sheridan.
- Brie, I'm innocent.
- Don't.
- You have the right to remain silent.
- Brie! Get off me!
Anything you say can and will
be used against you in court.
Brie! Brie, I didn't shoot Jack!
You warm enough?
Yeah. Thanks for bringing a blanket.
This view is so beautiful.
I was here on leave
looking out at that,
and I just knew I was home.
I love you, Jack.
You know, I remember
the day that I realized
I was falling in love with you.
Actually, no, it wasn't the day.
It was the exact moment.
Yeah. We were on a picnic with Chloe.
You were contemplating
whether to be her guardian,
even though you didn't
wanna stay in Virgin River.
Oh, my gosh. You didn't even know me.
Didn't matter.
It was a feeling.
Like I'd been missing something my
whole life, and suddenly I wasn't.
I had been so numb for so long,
I couldn't feel anything at that point.
I know.
But you were brave
enough to open up to me.
For that, I am forever grateful.
There's something that
I've been wanting to ask you.
- Oh, my God.
- Hang on.
- I wanna get this exactly right.
- Wait, Jack.
- No, give me a second.
- I have to tell you something.
I'm I'm pregnant.
You're pregnant?
I wanted to tell you yesterday,
but with Doc and everything,
it was just so much.
No, no, no. Hey, this is good.
This is good. I told you I
was all-in, and I meant it.
This isn't exactly how I
thought it would go, but
Oh, honey.
Mel, we're having a baby!
I can't believe this. This, um
- This is amazing news.
- No, it's not.
Hey, come on. What
Hey, whatever it is,
we'll get through it.
Jack, I don't know if you're the father.
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