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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:02,000 --> 00:00:07,000 Downloaded from hqcinemas.com 2 00:00:02,066 --> 00:00:02,500 This program is rated G 3 00:00:04,233 --> 00:00:07,300 and is suitable for general audiences. 4 00:00:08,000 --> 00:00:13,000 Official HQCINEMAS movies site: hqcinemas.com 5 00:00:09,200 --> 00:00:11,967 c) 6 00:00:15,633 --> 00:00:18,133 (gentle music) 7 00:00:42,033 --> 00:00:45,000 - Renee, I just happened upon a window display, 8 00:00:45,133 --> 00:00:47,900 you'll never believe what is front and center, 9 00:00:48,033 --> 00:00:51,166 so if you had anything to do with this, thank you. 10 00:00:53,600 --> 00:00:55,266 A European book tour? 11 00:00:55,400 --> 00:00:56,266 For how long? 12 00:00:57,600 --> 00:00:59,934 And when-ish do I leave Seattle? 13 00:01:01,266 --> 00:01:03,233 Good thing I renewed my passport. 14 00:01:04,467 --> 00:01:05,633 - For those of you just joining us, 15 00:01:05,767 --> 00:01:07,567 I'm here with my old friend Ben Livingston, 16 00:01:07,700 --> 00:01:09,333 CEO of Charmed Snowboards, 17 00:01:09,467 --> 00:01:12,467 which, if you don't know, are flying off the shelves. 18 00:01:12,600 --> 00:01:14,300 - Demand's been off the charts. 19 00:01:14,433 --> 00:01:16,967 Actually, we outgrew our local manufacturing space- 20 00:01:17,100 --> 00:01:18,500 - And I hear you're taking the show on the road. 21 00:01:18,633 --> 00:01:19,533 - Yeah, you might say that. 22 00:01:19,667 --> 00:01:20,900 We're actually preparing to open 23 00:01:21,033 --> 00:01:22,066 a whole new factory in Asia, 24 00:01:22,200 --> 00:01:24,800 and I'll be living over there until it's up and running. 25 00:01:24,934 --> 00:01:25,734 - If you ever need someone to test 26 00:01:25,867 --> 00:01:27,867 a new prototype, I'm around. 27 00:01:28,000 --> 00:01:29,667 - I'll remember that. (host laughs) 28 00:01:29,800 --> 00:01:32,066 - Don't go anywhere, we'll be right back. 29 00:01:32,200 --> 00:01:34,467 (Cara sighs) 30 00:01:34,600 --> 00:01:37,667 Thanks for coming, I know this was a last minute request. 31 00:01:37,800 --> 00:01:39,033 - Please, after I canceled on you last time, 32 00:01:39,166 --> 00:01:40,467 it's the least I could do. 33 00:01:40,600 --> 00:01:41,400 Thanks. 34 00:01:41,533 --> 00:01:43,400 - A destination wedding in Rome? 35 00:01:43,533 --> 00:01:45,533 That's a valid reason. - Almost wedding in Rome. 36 00:01:45,667 --> 00:01:47,834 We're still very happily engaged. 37 00:01:47,967 --> 00:01:50,200 Between my work and the success of Cara's second book, 38 00:01:50,333 --> 00:01:51,400 scheduling's been tough. 39 00:01:51,533 --> 00:01:53,266 - Sure it wasn't just cold feet? 40 00:01:54,066 --> 00:01:55,867 - Cara, you want to chime in here? 41 00:01:56,000 --> 00:01:57,033 - Oh! 42 00:01:57,166 --> 00:01:57,834 Hello! 43 00:01:57,967 --> 00:01:58,967 - Hi. 44 00:01:59,100 --> 00:02:00,266 - Congrats on your new book. 45 00:02:00,400 --> 00:02:01,633 - Thank you. - I was just asking 46 00:02:01,767 --> 00:02:03,233 Ben about- - Our wedding? 47 00:02:03,367 --> 00:02:06,266 Yeah, it's still on, it's just on hold. 48 00:02:06,400 --> 00:02:07,934 - But not for long. 49 00:02:08,066 --> 00:02:10,100 We're actually about to kick the planning into high gear. 50 00:02:10,233 --> 00:02:12,233 What do they say, second time's the charm, right? 51 00:02:12,367 --> 00:02:14,867 (Ben chuckles) 52 00:02:15,000 --> 00:02:16,200 - [Cara] I'll tell Megan I'm running late, 53 00:02:16,333 --> 00:02:17,900 thanks to your shameless book plug. 54 00:02:18,033 --> 00:02:19,533 - It wasn't shameless. 55 00:02:19,667 --> 00:02:20,934 The whole country agrees with me, 56 00:02:21,066 --> 00:02:22,567 it's a national bestseller. 57 00:02:22,700 --> 00:02:25,100 - Might be an international one. 58 00:02:25,233 --> 00:02:26,700 Renee's sending me on a European tour, 59 00:02:26,834 --> 00:02:27,934 it starts in two weeks. 60 00:02:28,066 --> 00:02:29,100 - That's amazing! 61 00:02:29,233 --> 00:02:31,700 - But I'll be gone for two months. 62 00:02:31,834 --> 00:02:34,133 - Two months, that's when I leave for Asia. 63 00:02:34,266 --> 00:02:36,133 - We were so close with Rome. 64 00:02:36,266 --> 00:02:37,533 - When am I gonna see you? 65 00:02:37,667 --> 00:02:41,000 - We'll plan rendezvous here, a few hours there. 66 00:02:42,400 --> 00:02:43,867 - No. 67 00:02:44,000 --> 00:02:44,967 - No? 68 00:02:45,100 --> 00:02:46,567 - Let's say "yes" to each other before you leave. 69 00:02:46,700 --> 00:02:49,266 No more uncertainty, no more rumors. 70 00:02:50,066 --> 00:02:52,233 - Wait, what exactly are you thinking? 71 00:02:52,367 --> 00:02:54,333 - I think the courthouse opens at eight. 72 00:02:55,166 --> 00:02:56,934 - You want to get married tomorrow? 73 00:02:57,066 --> 00:02:59,133 - With our schedules? The sooner the better. 74 00:02:59,266 --> 00:03:00,266 What do you think? 75 00:03:00,400 --> 00:03:01,367 Could that work? 76 00:03:02,600 --> 00:03:03,633 - Yes! 77 00:03:03,767 --> 00:03:04,533 Yes, yes, yes! 78 00:03:05,667 --> 00:03:08,200 Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. 79 00:03:09,900 --> 00:03:12,333 (gentle music) 80 00:03:15,967 --> 00:03:16,700 - I can see your breath. 81 00:03:16,834 --> 00:03:17,700 It must be- 82 00:03:17,834 --> 00:03:18,667 - Cold? 83 00:03:18,800 --> 00:03:20,333 (Megan chuckles) - I miss that. 84 00:03:20,467 --> 00:03:22,500 Add it to the list. Please. 85 00:03:22,633 --> 00:03:24,100 - Have I mentioned how proud I am of you? 86 00:03:24,233 --> 00:03:26,300 - Because of Surgeons Abroad? 87 00:03:26,433 --> 00:03:28,600 Not on this particular call, no. 88 00:03:28,734 --> 00:03:29,934 (Megan chuckles) 89 00:03:30,066 --> 00:03:32,100 - You are literally living your dreams. 90 00:03:32,233 --> 00:03:34,266 Making a difference where you're really needed. 91 00:03:34,400 --> 00:03:36,367 - Yeah, and I love it. I really do. 92 00:03:37,633 --> 00:03:40,533 I just miss you, like a lot. 93 00:03:40,667 --> 00:03:41,834 Like a lot a lot. 94 00:03:41,967 --> 00:03:43,000 Did I ever mentioned that? 95 00:03:43,133 --> 00:03:44,934 - Not on this particular call. 96 00:03:45,066 --> 00:03:47,266 - Okay. I understand, Miss Executive. 97 00:03:47,400 --> 00:03:49,867 You're they're building a magazine, which I love, 98 00:03:50,000 --> 00:03:51,967 but you don't have enough time to miss me? 99 00:03:52,100 --> 00:03:55,967 - Oh, come on, you know I miss you too, like crazy. 100 00:03:56,100 --> 00:03:57,033 - Hi, Sean. 101 00:03:57,166 --> 00:03:57,834 - Oh. - Hey! 102 00:03:57,967 --> 00:03:58,934 - Hey! 103 00:03:59,066 --> 00:04:00,900 What's up with that big smile? 104 00:04:01,033 --> 00:04:02,367 - I might be getting married. 105 00:04:02,500 --> 00:04:03,333 - [Megan] Oh, did you set a date? 106 00:04:03,467 --> 00:04:04,900 - Yup. Tomorrow. 107 00:04:05,033 --> 00:04:05,934 - What?! 108 00:04:06,066 --> 00:04:07,266 - I know, it's a bit nutty, but- 109 00:04:07,400 --> 00:04:09,200 - No, let's do it! Let's do it! 110 00:04:09,333 --> 00:04:10,033 (both laughing) 111 00:04:10,166 --> 00:04:10,900 - Courthouse wedding. 112 00:04:11,033 --> 00:04:12,333 Congratulations. 113 00:04:12,467 --> 00:04:15,166 (Megan chuckles) - I never said "courthouse." 114 00:04:15,300 --> 00:04:19,033 - I mean, Ben may have texted me. 115 00:04:19,166 --> 00:04:20,033 Maybe not, but you know. 116 00:04:20,166 --> 00:04:21,700 - Oh. Word travels fast. 117 00:04:21,834 --> 00:04:24,533 Should I get the three of us a table? 118 00:04:24,667 --> 00:04:26,100 - Oh, no, no, no. 119 00:04:26,233 --> 00:04:28,233 We do not have time to eat, you need an outfit for tomorrow. 120 00:04:28,367 --> 00:04:29,200 - Oh. - We gotta go. 121 00:04:29,333 --> 00:04:31,000 - Well, okay. (Megan chuckles) 122 00:04:31,133 --> 00:04:34,333 (gentle music) 123 00:04:34,467 --> 00:04:36,200 What about... 124 00:04:36,333 --> 00:04:37,200 - That's the one. 125 00:04:37,333 --> 00:04:38,500 It's perfect. 126 00:04:38,633 --> 00:04:40,667 - It's perfect with my highest heels. 127 00:04:40,800 --> 00:04:42,033 But we're walking to the courthouse. 128 00:04:42,166 --> 00:04:43,667 - Ah, it's two blocks away. 129 00:04:43,800 --> 00:04:44,867 And you'll be walking on air. 130 00:04:45,000 --> 00:04:46,367 (Megan chuckles) 131 00:04:46,500 --> 00:04:48,000 (Cara sighs) 132 00:04:48,133 --> 00:04:50,000 - Are you sure this is a good idea? 133 00:04:50,133 --> 00:04:52,200 - Are we still talking about the shoes? 134 00:04:54,367 --> 00:04:57,100 - Are we rushing this? 135 00:04:57,233 --> 00:04:58,233 I tried calling my dad, but I- 136 00:04:58,367 --> 00:05:00,266 - He'll understand. 137 00:05:00,400 --> 00:05:01,266 He'll be thrilled. 138 00:05:01,400 --> 00:05:03,100 And besides, you guys can throw a big party 139 00:05:03,233 --> 00:05:04,533 when everyone's back in town. 140 00:05:05,467 --> 00:05:06,633 At the end of the day, 141 00:05:06,767 --> 00:05:08,667 you gotta do what's best for you and Ben. 142 00:05:12,400 --> 00:05:13,333 - What would I do without you? 143 00:05:13,467 --> 00:05:15,467 - Yeah. (Cara chuckles) 144 00:05:15,600 --> 00:05:16,734 (Cara chuckles) 145 00:05:16,867 --> 00:05:18,934 I guess an elopement calls for action shots. 146 00:05:19,066 --> 00:05:20,934 - You guys are a beautiful blur. 147 00:05:21,066 --> 00:05:22,433 You look ridiculously in love. 148 00:05:22,567 --> 00:05:24,266 - Aww. 'Cause we are. 149 00:05:24,400 --> 00:05:26,633 - And we're ridiculously stoked that in just few minutes, 150 00:05:26,767 --> 00:05:28,667 we're gonna be husband and wife. 151 00:05:28,800 --> 00:05:30,066 (cellphone ringing) (Megan chuckles) 152 00:05:30,200 --> 00:05:31,066 - Ooh. (Cara gasps) 153 00:05:31,200 --> 00:05:33,333 - It's my dad. (camera snaps) 154 00:05:33,467 --> 00:05:34,467 Should I answer? What do I say? 155 00:05:34,600 --> 00:05:36,433 I haven't even told him yet. 156 00:05:36,567 --> 00:05:37,333 - It's up to you. 157 00:05:38,900 --> 00:05:40,333 (Cara sighs) 158 00:05:40,467 --> 00:05:42,367 - He was so excited for Rome, to walk me down the aisle. 159 00:05:44,367 --> 00:05:46,300 (Cara sighs) 160 00:05:46,433 --> 00:05:47,867 I'm not sure I can do this. 161 00:05:49,633 --> 00:05:50,834 - So then we wait. 162 00:05:53,367 --> 00:05:56,767 Besides, you deserve your moment, your dress. 163 00:05:57,734 --> 00:05:59,934 - And you deserve to see me in that dress. 164 00:06:00,133 --> 00:06:02,166 - And I deserve to take you shopping for that dress. 165 00:06:02,300 --> 00:06:05,000 (both chuckling) 166 00:06:05,133 --> 00:06:06,033 (camera snaps) 167 00:06:06,166 --> 00:06:08,433 (Cara sighs) 168 00:06:11,033 --> 00:06:12,500 - Looks like I've got you cornered. 169 00:06:12,633 --> 00:06:14,667 That's checkmate, mate. 170 00:06:16,266 --> 00:06:18,667 - It's probably for the best we're postponing it, right? 171 00:06:18,800 --> 00:06:19,967 For one, I wouldn't feel right 172 00:06:20,100 --> 00:06:21,333 without having you as my best man. 173 00:06:21,467 --> 00:06:22,400 - Don't wait on me. 174 00:06:22,533 --> 00:06:24,667 Look, one thing that I have learned 175 00:06:24,800 --> 00:06:28,166 in the field is that life can't wait. 176 00:06:28,300 --> 00:06:31,033 Just have to do what you can, when you can. 177 00:06:31,166 --> 00:06:32,233 - Words to live by. 178 00:06:32,367 --> 00:06:34,567 - Words that have running through my head a lot lately. 179 00:06:34,700 --> 00:06:36,133 - You mean with Megan? 180 00:06:36,266 --> 00:06:38,367 - Dude, she's the one. 181 00:06:38,500 --> 00:06:40,500 I know it. There's no doubt in my mind. 182 00:06:40,633 --> 00:06:42,400 - So what's stopping you from proposing? 183 00:06:42,533 --> 00:06:43,333 - What makes you think I don't 184 00:06:43,467 --> 00:06:45,033 already have something in the works? 185 00:06:45,934 --> 00:06:46,700 - Hm. 186 00:06:48,000 --> 00:06:48,633 - Shh. 187 00:06:48,767 --> 00:06:51,433 (gentle music) 188 00:06:53,667 --> 00:06:56,467 - [Ben] Looks like the pizza's running even later than I am. 189 00:06:56,600 --> 00:06:57,700 - [Cara] I'd call it a tie. 190 00:06:57,834 --> 00:06:58,567 Thank you. 191 00:06:58,700 --> 00:06:59,834 - Thanks. 192 00:06:59,967 --> 00:07:02,066 Half jalapeno, half bacon pineapple? 193 00:07:02,200 --> 00:07:03,400 It's like we're married already. 194 00:07:03,533 --> 00:07:06,033 - I think marriage is a little more complicated 195 00:07:06,166 --> 00:07:07,600 than knowing each other's favorite toppings. 196 00:07:07,734 --> 00:07:09,533 - True, also need to know how to pair them. 197 00:07:09,667 --> 00:07:10,700 Should I get some wine? 198 00:07:10,834 --> 00:07:12,400 - Oh. Tempting, but I shouldn't. 199 00:07:12,533 --> 00:07:14,467 I've been texting with my book agent. 200 00:07:14,600 --> 00:07:15,533 - Oh. About the tour? 201 00:07:15,667 --> 00:07:16,633 - About breakfast. 202 00:07:16,767 --> 00:07:19,567 Translation: she wants the scoop on the third book. 203 00:07:19,700 --> 00:07:21,600 - Wow. She never lets up, does she? 204 00:07:21,734 --> 00:07:22,367 - That's kind of her job. 205 00:07:22,500 --> 00:07:24,400 I just wish I had a better sense 206 00:07:24,533 --> 00:07:27,266 of how the last book in the trilogy should end. 207 00:07:27,400 --> 00:07:28,767 - It's gonna be your best yet. 208 00:07:31,033 --> 00:07:32,934 - Can I get a slice of that confidence? 209 00:07:33,066 --> 00:07:33,934 - Actually, yes. 210 00:07:34,066 --> 00:07:35,300 (Cara laughs) (Ben chuckles) 211 00:07:35,433 --> 00:07:37,100 - Thank you. - Look, fans are clamoring 212 00:07:37,233 --> 00:07:38,433 for your next book. 213 00:07:38,567 --> 00:07:40,033 If that's not a boost, I don't know what is. 214 00:07:40,166 --> 00:07:41,533 Now, you want my opinion, 215 00:07:41,667 --> 00:07:43,200 as much as I love your idea 216 00:07:43,333 --> 00:07:45,467 that the detectives share intel now they're married, 217 00:07:45,600 --> 00:07:47,433 I kinda like that Brad still hasn't told Greta 218 00:07:47,567 --> 00:07:49,233 he's working deep cover for the CIA. 219 00:07:50,400 --> 00:07:53,533 - Thanks. I just wouldn't recommend it for a real marriage. 220 00:07:53,667 --> 00:07:55,066 - Nonsense. 221 00:07:55,200 --> 00:07:57,700 Little secret here and there keeps things exciting. 222 00:07:57,834 --> 00:07:59,633 - Think it depends on the secret. 223 00:08:07,667 --> 00:08:09,834 - Here's to you. 224 00:08:09,967 --> 00:08:13,600 "The Girl Who Lost Her Path" is out in 12 languages. 225 00:08:13,734 --> 00:08:14,834 - Can you pinch me? 226 00:08:14,967 --> 00:08:16,533 I mean, I've dreamt of this, but- 227 00:08:16,667 --> 00:08:18,000 - Trust me, you're awake. 228 00:08:18,133 --> 00:08:19,533 Brad and Greta are in love, 229 00:08:19,667 --> 00:08:21,633 but they're also suspicious of each other. 230 00:08:21,767 --> 00:08:23,767 What reader could put that down? 231 00:08:23,900 --> 00:08:24,834 So, spill. 232 00:08:24,967 --> 00:08:26,467 How do we close out the trilogy? 233 00:08:26,600 --> 00:08:30,600 - Well, I'm not gonna lie, I've been a bit distracted. 234 00:08:30,734 --> 00:08:35,033 But I have a title: "The Girl Who Slipped Away." 235 00:08:35,166 --> 00:08:36,533 - Love. 236 00:08:36,667 --> 00:08:38,467 So you must have some idea. 237 00:08:38,600 --> 00:08:40,633 - Well, I'm still debating whether Brad should come clean 238 00:08:40,767 --> 00:08:42,934 to Greta about his work in the CIA. 239 00:08:43,066 --> 00:08:45,500 I mean, I would wanna know. 240 00:08:45,633 --> 00:08:48,533 - Readers love mysteries. 241 00:08:48,667 --> 00:08:50,533 I, on the other hand, like to know exactly 242 00:08:50,667 --> 00:08:52,433 what my writers are up to. 243 00:08:52,567 --> 00:08:54,533 - Well, I can definitely put some more thought into it. 244 00:08:54,667 --> 00:08:55,967 - You won't have time to sleep 245 00:08:56,100 --> 00:08:57,934 or eat on tour, let alone think. 246 00:08:58,066 --> 00:08:59,333 Can you pitch me something with a little bit 247 00:08:59,467 --> 00:09:01,233 more meat before you fly out? 248 00:09:01,367 --> 00:09:02,767 How's the 10th? 249 00:09:03,567 --> 00:09:04,900 - The last weekend before I leave? 250 00:09:05,033 --> 00:09:07,233 I was hoping to spend a little time with Ben. 251 00:09:09,800 --> 00:09:11,600 But the 10th sounds great. 252 00:09:13,900 --> 00:09:15,767 (Cara sighs) 253 00:09:15,900 --> 00:09:16,767 (elevator bell dings) (people chattering) 254 00:09:16,900 --> 00:09:20,367 (elevator door opens) 255 00:09:20,500 --> 00:09:21,934 - Sorry. - No problem. 256 00:09:24,033 --> 00:09:25,100 - [Zoey] Ooh. 257 00:09:28,033 --> 00:09:29,033 (Zoey groans) 258 00:09:29,166 --> 00:09:30,667 - Sure you don't need a hand? 259 00:09:30,800 --> 00:09:33,100 - Does the CEO offer to help any of the other interns? 260 00:09:33,233 --> 00:09:34,600 I'm not your baby- - "Baby sister anymore, 261 00:09:34,734 --> 00:09:36,300 I've got this," I know. 262 00:09:37,400 --> 00:09:38,500 (Zoey sighs) 263 00:09:38,633 --> 00:09:41,500 - This was supposed to be dressing and bacon on the side. 264 00:09:41,633 --> 00:09:43,500 - Okay, well, when you fix that, 265 00:09:43,633 --> 00:09:45,233 you wanna sit in on my three o'clock? 266 00:09:45,367 --> 00:09:46,433 I'm meeting with the CFO. 267 00:09:46,567 --> 00:09:47,600 - Oh. What for? 268 00:09:47,734 --> 00:09:50,934 - The usual. He'll harass me to diversify our assets. 269 00:09:51,066 --> 00:09:52,333 - And is that a bad thing? 270 00:09:52,467 --> 00:09:53,633 - Not necessarily. 271 00:09:53,767 --> 00:09:55,500 I think I'd just rather put the money back in the company. 272 00:09:55,633 --> 00:09:57,000 - Well, that sounds like a blast, 273 00:09:57,133 --> 00:09:58,867 but I have to do the coffee run then. 274 00:09:59,000 --> 00:10:01,333 - Okay. - I want to pay my dues here, 275 00:10:01,467 --> 00:10:03,066 just like everyone else. 276 00:10:03,200 --> 00:10:05,266 And to be honest, I'm learning a lot. 277 00:10:06,233 --> 00:10:08,600 Like, don't mess up Frank's nicoise, so... 278 00:10:09,834 --> 00:10:11,266 I better go back and fix this too. 279 00:10:11,400 --> 00:10:12,200 - Okay. 280 00:10:13,233 --> 00:10:14,333 - Okay. 281 00:10:14,467 --> 00:10:15,633 - Oh, hey, before I forget, 282 00:10:16,633 --> 00:10:18,100 do you have any plans the weekend of the 9th? 283 00:10:18,233 --> 00:10:19,500 - Like, next weekend? 284 00:10:19,633 --> 00:10:21,600 No. Why? 285 00:10:21,734 --> 00:10:23,567 - Just checking. 286 00:10:23,700 --> 00:10:26,100 (gentle music) 287 00:10:27,567 --> 00:10:29,033 - [Recording] Just a two-hour drive from Seattle, 288 00:10:29,166 --> 00:10:30,600 our newly remodeled lodge is- 289 00:10:30,734 --> 00:10:31,700 (line clicks) - Clara Lake. 290 00:10:31,834 --> 00:10:32,900 This is Daniel. - Oh. 291 00:10:33,033 --> 00:10:35,667 Hi. I was hoping to speak to a manager, to book a chalet? 292 00:10:35,800 --> 00:10:38,000 - Well, you've got one, and I'm on it. 293 00:10:38,133 --> 00:10:40,000 Feels like the whole city is trying to get up here. 294 00:10:40,133 --> 00:10:41,700 - Oh? Why's that? 295 00:10:41,834 --> 00:10:44,767 - We just got a spring surprise, 14 inches of fresh powder. 296 00:10:44,900 --> 00:10:46,100 - Oh. Great. 297 00:10:46,233 --> 00:10:48,567 Well, is chalet 19 still available? 298 00:10:48,700 --> 00:10:49,834 - Ooh. 299 00:10:49,967 --> 00:10:52,767 Unfortunately, chalet 19 is blocked off. 300 00:10:52,900 --> 00:10:54,200 For a wedding. 301 00:10:54,333 --> 00:10:55,600 - A wedding. (door opens) 302 00:10:55,734 --> 00:10:56,567 Wow, that's kinda genius. (door closes) 303 00:10:56,700 --> 00:10:58,200 I never thought of it as a wedding venue. 304 00:10:58,333 --> 00:10:59,934 - Pretty soon, all of Seattle will, 305 00:11:00,133 --> 00:11:01,633 once this hits the press. 306 00:11:01,767 --> 00:11:05,133 It's a big mystery writer and the Charmed Snowboards guy. 307 00:11:05,266 --> 00:11:07,233 Do you know what the best part is? 308 00:11:07,367 --> 00:11:08,633 They met there. 309 00:11:08,767 --> 00:11:11,133 - That is romantic. 310 00:11:11,266 --> 00:11:12,600 - Right? 311 00:11:12,734 --> 00:11:14,900 Can I interest you in one of our other chalets? 312 00:11:15,033 --> 00:11:18,100 - No thanks. I think I'm all set. 313 00:11:18,233 --> 00:11:20,633 (Ben chuckles) 314 00:11:20,767 --> 00:11:23,166 - I was trying to surprise you. 315 00:11:23,300 --> 00:11:25,133 - Mm. - Which I never can. 316 00:11:25,266 --> 00:11:26,967 I was just looking at tickets for your dad, 317 00:11:27,100 --> 00:11:28,967 this way, he could come out on time. 318 00:11:29,100 --> 00:11:31,100 Look, we can push it back if it's not your speed. 319 00:11:31,233 --> 00:11:32,467 - No, no. 320 00:11:32,600 --> 00:11:36,133 I mean, it's kind of the best idea ever, I just- 321 00:11:36,266 --> 00:11:37,333 - Wish you'd thought of it? 322 00:11:37,467 --> 00:11:39,767 - I wish we had thought of it together. 323 00:11:39,900 --> 00:11:40,633 - Yeah. Yeah, I know. 324 00:11:40,767 --> 00:11:43,233 I need to get better at that, don't I? 325 00:11:43,367 --> 00:11:44,967 Look, I know that 10 days isn't enough time 326 00:11:45,100 --> 00:11:47,400 to plan a birthday party, 327 00:11:47,533 --> 00:11:49,400 but we could hire a wedding planner... 328 00:11:49,533 --> 00:11:52,500 - Hold on, I think I know someone who might want the gig. 329 00:11:55,133 --> 00:11:57,166 - Of course I will plan your wedding! 330 00:11:57,300 --> 00:11:59,834 Oh, I'm so happy you asked me! 331 00:11:59,967 --> 00:12:02,734 So, when is it? (pen clicking) 332 00:12:02,867 --> 00:12:03,834 - Next weekend. 333 00:12:03,967 --> 00:12:05,033 - Next weekend? 334 00:12:05,166 --> 00:12:05,834 - I know... 335 00:12:05,967 --> 00:12:06,734 - Okay. No worries, no worries. 336 00:12:06,867 --> 00:12:09,000 We will get it done. 337 00:12:09,133 --> 00:12:11,533 Actually, it'll be a nice distraction. 338 00:12:11,667 --> 00:12:12,400 - From work? 339 00:12:12,533 --> 00:12:13,367 - No. 340 00:12:13,500 --> 00:12:14,667 Sean. 341 00:12:14,800 --> 00:12:16,233 Like, I was literally just looking up 342 00:12:16,367 --> 00:12:18,834 Hayden Layne's policy on working remotely. 343 00:12:18,967 --> 00:12:21,734 - Oh, do I detect a relocation in the works, Megan? 344 00:12:21,867 --> 00:12:23,200 - No, no. 345 00:12:23,333 --> 00:12:27,066 I just wanna be ready if the day ever comes. 346 00:12:27,200 --> 00:12:29,467 - And what's the policy with Surgeons Abroad? 347 00:12:29,600 --> 00:12:30,400 - Spouses only. 348 00:12:30,533 --> 00:12:31,867 - Mm. Shoot. 349 00:12:32,000 --> 00:12:33,800 - Which is why, for the next week, 350 00:12:33,934 --> 00:12:35,967 I'm going to immerse myself in making 351 00:12:36,100 --> 00:12:38,700 your special day the best day ever. 352 00:12:38,834 --> 00:12:41,066 So, where is the venue? 353 00:12:41,200 --> 00:12:41,934 - Clara Lake. 354 00:12:42,800 --> 00:12:44,667 - Of course! 355 00:12:44,800 --> 00:12:46,500 Cara, it's perfect. 356 00:12:46,633 --> 00:12:47,734 It's your spot. 357 00:12:47,867 --> 00:12:50,066 - No, it's our spot, all four of us. 358 00:12:50,200 --> 00:12:53,066 Even if Sean can't be there, he's still there. 359 00:12:53,200 --> 00:12:55,633 And I can't do it without my maid of honor. 360 00:12:55,767 --> 00:12:58,667 (gentle music) 361 00:12:58,800 --> 00:12:59,734 - [Megan] So, cedar. 362 00:12:59,867 --> 00:13:00,700 - [Cara] Mm-hm. 363 00:13:00,834 --> 00:13:03,200 - Pine, eucalyptus. 364 00:13:03,333 --> 00:13:05,700 - Wow. I'm not sure I know the difference. 365 00:13:05,834 --> 00:13:07,266 - That's why you have me. 366 00:13:07,400 --> 00:13:10,867 - Did I miss the memo that you went foraging for greens? 367 00:13:11,000 --> 00:13:13,533 - Laugh it up, but my magazine ran a piece that said 368 00:13:13,667 --> 00:13:16,200 "green and woods are the new floral." 369 00:13:16,333 --> 00:13:18,767 Allow me to convince you. 370 00:13:19,834 --> 00:13:21,433 - With your wizard's staff? 371 00:13:21,567 --> 00:13:22,767 - Yes, with my wizard's staff. 372 00:13:22,900 --> 00:13:23,934 (both laughing) 373 00:13:24,066 --> 00:13:27,300 Okay, so, hold this. - Uh-huh. 374 00:13:28,200 --> 00:13:29,800 - And this. - Okay. 375 00:13:31,767 --> 00:13:33,700 - We're gonna do a little... 376 00:13:33,834 --> 00:13:38,433 Now, imagine it covered in tea lights. 377 00:13:39,867 --> 00:13:40,900 - I love it. 378 00:13:41,033 --> 00:13:42,367 - Yeah? 379 00:13:42,500 --> 00:13:43,900 - I'm just glad one of us has a vision. 380 00:13:44,033 --> 00:13:45,934 (both laughing) 381 00:13:46,066 --> 00:13:48,033 Are you gonna have enough time to pull this off? 382 00:13:48,166 --> 00:13:49,967 - Yeah, I mean, it'll take some prep work, 383 00:13:50,100 --> 00:13:51,300 but we're getting up there early. 384 00:13:51,433 --> 00:13:53,734 I mean, what else is there to do, right? 385 00:13:53,867 --> 00:13:55,800 - Snowboard, fondue. 386 00:13:55,934 --> 00:13:58,867 Oh, and Renee wants me to pitch my third book. 387 00:13:59,000 --> 00:14:00,633 - On your wedding weekend? 388 00:14:00,767 --> 00:14:01,834 - I didn't know that when I agreed to it. 389 00:14:01,967 --> 00:14:04,967 - Well, you will get it done 390 00:14:05,100 --> 00:14:07,266 because I will pick up the slack. 391 00:14:07,400 --> 00:14:10,934 Giving you the most incredible wedding is my top priority. 392 00:14:11,066 --> 00:14:13,533 (gentle music) 393 00:14:18,900 --> 00:14:20,600 - Getting ready for the all-hands meeting? 394 00:14:20,734 --> 00:14:22,800 - Yeah, we had a few more hands than anticipated. 395 00:14:22,934 --> 00:14:25,367 - So would now be a bad time to tell you 396 00:14:25,500 --> 00:14:27,633 my wedding's back on the books? 397 00:14:27,767 --> 00:14:28,800 - Stop. 398 00:14:28,934 --> 00:14:31,800 Wait, is that why you were asking me about next weekend? 399 00:14:31,934 --> 00:14:32,800 Oh, you Secret Squirrel! 400 00:14:32,934 --> 00:14:34,767 I should've known you were up to something! 401 00:14:34,900 --> 00:14:36,100 - Keep it down, okay? 402 00:14:36,233 --> 00:14:37,767 People don't know that nickname around here. 403 00:14:37,900 --> 00:14:39,600 - Well, I do. And there's more where that came from. 404 00:14:39,734 --> 00:14:41,433 I've known you my whole life. 405 00:14:41,567 --> 00:14:45,800 - Right, which is why I have a slightly unorthodox request. 406 00:14:47,166 --> 00:14:49,100 Would you be my best woman? 407 00:14:49,233 --> 00:14:51,367 Sean can't make it back, and... 408 00:14:51,500 --> 00:14:54,033 - Wait, Mom, can she get back here from Australia? 409 00:14:54,166 --> 00:14:57,433 - Mom's given her blessing, on the condition you represent. 410 00:14:57,567 --> 00:15:00,767 She wants you up there with me, and so do I. 411 00:15:00,900 --> 00:15:03,033 And I know that Dad would've too. 412 00:15:03,166 --> 00:15:04,934 - Of course I'll be your best woman. 413 00:15:05,066 --> 00:15:05,967 It's an honor. 414 00:15:06,100 --> 00:15:09,000 I mean, not to be confused with maid of honor. 415 00:15:09,133 --> 00:15:10,166 - That's Megan. 416 00:15:10,300 --> 00:15:12,000 Cara's best friend? 417 00:15:12,133 --> 00:15:13,567 - Yes. Yes. 418 00:15:13,700 --> 00:15:15,400 You guys all met when I was in college, 419 00:15:15,533 --> 00:15:17,400 and it's a bit of a learning curve with the names. 420 00:15:17,533 --> 00:15:19,000 - You know, she and Cara are looking 421 00:15:19,133 --> 00:15:20,333 at dresses this afternoon. 422 00:15:20,467 --> 00:15:22,266 Might be nice for you to get to know them. 423 00:15:22,400 --> 00:15:25,900 - Oh, this afternoon, I mean, what have I got? 424 00:15:26,033 --> 00:15:26,900 - The lunch order? 425 00:15:27,033 --> 00:15:28,233 - Yeah. Consider me there. 426 00:15:28,367 --> 00:15:30,934 (both laughing) 427 00:15:35,700 --> 00:15:37,033 - [Megan] Thanks for all your help, Zoey. 428 00:15:37,166 --> 00:15:39,000 - Thanks for having me. This is so fun. 429 00:15:39,133 --> 00:15:40,367 And a bit intense. 430 00:15:40,500 --> 00:15:41,667 - Oh, not to fear, I know a bridal salon 431 00:15:41,800 --> 00:15:43,066 like the back of my hand. 432 00:15:43,200 --> 00:15:44,533 Ooh, Cara. 433 00:15:44,667 --> 00:15:47,333 I like this for you, the Aria gown. 434 00:15:47,467 --> 00:15:49,367 - And you have to try on the Bella. 435 00:15:49,500 --> 00:15:51,533 - Why do they all have princess names? 436 00:15:51,667 --> 00:15:54,433 I mean, the colors, moonstone, moonflower, 437 00:15:54,567 --> 00:15:56,567 why not just say off white or purple? 438 00:15:56,700 --> 00:15:58,500 (Zoey chuckles) - Welcome to weddings. 439 00:15:58,633 --> 00:16:00,133 - Oh, Zoey, you're disappearing. Here, let me help you. 440 00:16:00,266 --> 00:16:02,133 - No, no, no, no, no, I got this. 441 00:16:02,266 --> 00:16:03,033 - [Cara] Okay. 442 00:16:05,734 --> 00:16:06,467 - I like her already. 443 00:16:06,600 --> 00:16:09,500 (Cara chuckles) 444 00:16:09,633 --> 00:16:11,934 - [Zoey] Meet Angelina and Nicoletta. 445 00:16:12,066 --> 00:16:13,734 - Oh. Enchantee. 446 00:16:13,867 --> 00:16:17,000 - And I think we are done with the Bella and the Delilah, 447 00:16:17,133 --> 00:16:17,934 if you don't mind. 448 00:16:18,066 --> 00:16:19,467 - I'd mind if you didn't. 449 00:16:19,600 --> 00:16:20,834 (Megan chuckles) 450 00:16:20,967 --> 00:16:21,834 - Ooh. - Mm. 451 00:16:23,533 --> 00:16:25,433 She's just like her brother. 452 00:16:25,567 --> 00:16:26,333 The cabin? 453 00:16:27,533 --> 00:16:28,433 So romantic. 454 00:16:28,567 --> 00:16:30,900 - Romantic and unilateral. 455 00:16:31,033 --> 00:16:32,767 I mean, be nice if we could start making 456 00:16:32,900 --> 00:16:35,000 these decisions as a couple. 457 00:16:35,133 --> 00:16:38,300 - Oh, you know, well, every couple has their thing. 458 00:16:38,433 --> 00:16:41,266 Like, with Sean, for example, 459 00:16:41,400 --> 00:16:42,967 before he went overseas, 460 00:16:43,100 --> 00:16:45,467 I didn't care that we didn't have a plan. 461 00:16:45,600 --> 00:16:47,133 I just took things day by day, 462 00:16:47,266 --> 00:16:50,000 because every day was amazing. 463 00:16:51,266 --> 00:16:52,500 - And now? 464 00:16:52,633 --> 00:16:54,133 - I see the value of a plan. 465 00:16:55,467 --> 00:16:57,934 (Megan sighs) 466 00:16:58,066 --> 00:16:59,066 Oh, wow. 467 00:16:59,200 --> 00:17:00,233 - Bad wow, good wow? 468 00:17:02,000 --> 00:17:03,700 - Good wow. (Cara sighs) 469 00:17:03,834 --> 00:17:04,967 You look like a bride. 470 00:17:05,100 --> 00:17:07,200 - And you look like a maid of honor. 471 00:17:08,000 --> 00:17:10,333 - Have we found our dresses in sync? 472 00:17:10,467 --> 00:17:13,000 - I think I'm saying yes, to both of them. 473 00:17:13,133 --> 00:17:15,200 (Megan chuckles) 474 00:17:15,333 --> 00:17:16,633 - [Megan] Okay. Woo! 475 00:17:16,767 --> 00:17:17,700 - Let's go. - Yes. 476 00:17:20,867 --> 00:17:21,900 - How's it going? 477 00:17:22,033 --> 00:17:23,367 - I think we found them. 478 00:17:23,500 --> 00:17:25,033 (Zoey gasps) Can you call the seamstress 479 00:17:25,166 --> 00:17:26,066 and ask her to take measurements? 480 00:17:26,200 --> 00:17:27,133 - Sure. Anything else? 481 00:17:27,266 --> 00:17:28,800 I know you're in a hurry. 482 00:17:28,934 --> 00:17:31,100 - Cara, can we put the order through? 483 00:17:32,066 --> 00:17:34,133 - Aria in moonstone, Adella in moonflower. 484 00:17:34,266 --> 00:17:35,233 - Copy that. 485 00:17:40,967 --> 00:17:43,233 Oh. The Aria gown in moonflower, the Adella in moonstone. 486 00:17:52,900 --> 00:17:56,333 - So, we get there tomorrow, guests arrive Thursday. 487 00:17:56,467 --> 00:17:58,200 Wine, cheese, hugs, hellos. 488 00:17:58,333 --> 00:18:02,233 My mom takes over Friday night as trivia host, 489 00:18:02,367 --> 00:18:04,734 and then, Saturday, she officiates. 490 00:18:04,867 --> 00:18:05,934 And then... 491 00:18:06,066 --> 00:18:07,200 - I'm married. Just like that. 492 00:18:07,333 --> 00:18:08,567 - Now, all we have to do is to get 493 00:18:08,700 --> 00:18:11,166 all of this stuff up a mountain. 494 00:18:11,300 --> 00:18:12,433 - Hm. - Bride? 495 00:18:12,567 --> 00:18:13,900 Check. 496 00:18:14,033 --> 00:18:16,033 - You joke, but your organizing skills are unreal. 497 00:18:16,166 --> 00:18:19,934 I mean, you have backups for my backups. 498 00:18:20,066 --> 00:18:21,767 - Well, the last thing we need is for you to get cold feet 499 00:18:21,900 --> 00:18:23,200 because we forgot something. 500 00:18:23,333 --> 00:18:24,433 - And I am not even gonna start 501 00:18:24,567 --> 00:18:27,200 with the lifetime supply of pine cones. 502 00:18:27,333 --> 00:18:30,066 - Wait until you see them tipped in gold 503 00:18:30,200 --> 00:18:32,033 with little place cards set in them. 504 00:18:32,166 --> 00:18:34,333 - I'm sure they will all be gorgeous. 505 00:18:34,467 --> 00:18:36,567 Just promise me it's not too much for you. 506 00:18:36,700 --> 00:18:39,033 - Oh, crafting is my zen place right now. 507 00:18:39,166 --> 00:18:41,200 I'm actually really looking forward to it. 508 00:18:41,333 --> 00:18:44,166 Now, the one thing I'm not seeing are our dresses. 509 00:18:44,300 --> 00:18:45,266 What's our status? 510 00:18:45,400 --> 00:18:48,000 - Right. The salon is backed up with alterations, 511 00:18:48,133 --> 00:18:50,600 but they said they would express mail it to Clara Lake. 512 00:18:50,734 --> 00:18:52,200 - And you're okay with this? 513 00:18:52,333 --> 00:18:54,266 - I don't think I have a choice. 514 00:18:55,300 --> 00:18:57,900 - We'll check in with them, and then check in again. 515 00:18:58,033 --> 00:18:59,200 Now, the somethings? 516 00:18:59,333 --> 00:19:01,000 You've got new covered. 517 00:19:01,133 --> 00:19:03,800 - Sorely lacking old, borrowed, and blue. 518 00:19:03,934 --> 00:19:06,633 - Well, I might have something that covers your bases. 519 00:19:06,767 --> 00:19:09,600 - What? (Megan chuckles) 520 00:19:09,734 --> 00:19:10,400 (Cara gasps) 521 00:19:10,533 --> 00:19:11,900 What is that? 522 00:19:12,033 --> 00:19:12,800 - Open it. 523 00:19:14,400 --> 00:19:15,567 (Cara gasps) 524 00:19:15,700 --> 00:19:17,967 - The bracelet I made for you at camp. 525 00:19:18,100 --> 00:19:20,667 - [Megan] The summer after eighth grade, remember? 526 00:19:20,800 --> 00:19:22,967 - Of course. (Megan chuckles) 527 00:19:23,100 --> 00:19:24,467 (both laughing) 528 00:19:24,600 --> 00:19:28,066 I was so lucky to have you then, and even more so now. 529 00:19:28,200 --> 00:19:29,300 - Me too. - Oh. 530 00:19:30,400 --> 00:19:31,166 (Megan chuckles) 531 00:19:31,300 --> 00:19:34,000 (gentle music) 532 00:19:45,266 --> 00:19:48,333 - So, what's everyone most looking forward to this weekend? 533 00:19:48,467 --> 00:19:50,400 - Going back to the place it all started. 534 00:19:50,533 --> 00:19:52,066 You? 535 00:19:52,200 --> 00:19:54,000 - Oh, getting a hot stone massage, if time permits. 536 00:19:54,133 --> 00:19:55,200 (Megan chuckles) (Cara chuckles) 537 00:19:55,333 --> 00:19:57,166 - I heard something about bride and groom trivia night? 538 00:19:57,300 --> 00:19:58,734 - You may be best woman, 539 00:19:58,867 --> 00:20:00,100 but I suggest you joining Team Bride. 540 00:20:00,233 --> 00:20:02,266 - Oh! - She has been scouted 541 00:20:02,400 --> 00:20:03,266 by Team Groom. 542 00:20:03,400 --> 00:20:04,667 - Boo. - What about you, Ben? 543 00:20:04,800 --> 00:20:05,967 What are you looking forward to? 544 00:20:06,100 --> 00:20:07,333 - Maybe the day after the wedding, 545 00:20:07,467 --> 00:20:09,800 having the chalet to ourselves for once. 546 00:20:09,934 --> 00:20:11,433 - Ha ha. (Cara chuckles) 547 00:20:11,567 --> 00:20:12,400 - What? 548 00:20:12,533 --> 00:20:13,934 - Cara and I met Ben and Sean 549 00:20:14,066 --> 00:20:15,667 when we accidentally double-booked the chalet. 550 00:20:15,800 --> 00:20:17,100 - Right, and we shared it begrudgingly, 551 00:20:17,233 --> 00:20:19,100 and then we ended up liking each other. 552 00:20:19,233 --> 00:20:22,100 - And then realized that we liked liked each other. 553 00:20:22,233 --> 00:20:24,133 - Years later, both couples are still going strong. 554 00:20:24,266 --> 00:20:25,667 - Oh, that is so cool. 555 00:20:25,800 --> 00:20:28,333 Did you and Sean get engaged there too? 556 00:20:28,467 --> 00:20:31,934 - Oh, we're sort of not. 557 00:20:33,000 --> 00:20:35,100 Our relationship has had a couple more twists and turns. 558 00:20:35,233 --> 00:20:37,233 - Oh, I'm so stupid... 559 00:20:37,367 --> 00:20:39,233 You were such a pro at the bridal salon, I thought that you- 560 00:20:39,367 --> 00:20:41,066 - I was married? 561 00:20:41,200 --> 00:20:42,100 No. 562 00:20:42,233 --> 00:20:44,100 But who knows what the future holds, right? 563 00:20:44,233 --> 00:20:45,100 (Cara laughs) Three seconds, guys. 564 00:20:45,233 --> 00:20:46,200 Ready? 565 00:20:47,200 --> 00:20:48,066 - Clara Lake! 566 00:20:48,200 --> 00:20:49,100 (camera snaps) 567 00:20:49,233 --> 00:20:51,667 (gentle music) 568 00:20:52,667 --> 00:20:54,600 - For any and all things you need this weekend, 569 00:20:54,734 --> 00:20:56,767 consider me your point person. 570 00:20:56,900 --> 00:20:59,500 And since your chalet is being transformed 571 00:20:59,633 --> 00:21:01,166 by our events team, 572 00:21:01,300 --> 00:21:03,800 we have the bride in our bachelorette suite, 573 00:21:03,934 --> 00:21:06,667 and the groom and his sister in our family suite, 574 00:21:06,800 --> 00:21:08,367 all newly remodeled. 575 00:21:08,500 --> 00:21:09,700 - Why all the changes? 576 00:21:09,834 --> 00:21:11,533 I mean, it was so lovely already. 577 00:21:12,767 --> 00:21:14,500 (cellphone buzzes) 578 00:21:14,633 --> 00:21:15,967 - Excuse me. 579 00:21:16,100 --> 00:21:17,667 Yes? - It's crazy. 580 00:21:21,467 --> 00:21:24,133 - And welcome to your new abode. 581 00:21:24,266 --> 00:21:26,800 We have fireplaces in every room, 582 00:21:26,934 --> 00:21:29,166 marble bathrooms loaded with designer toiletries, 583 00:21:29,300 --> 00:21:30,533 800-thread count duvets. 584 00:21:30,667 --> 00:21:33,033 - Am I a bride or the queen? 585 00:21:33,166 --> 00:21:35,567 - I think I've found my workshop. 586 00:21:35,700 --> 00:21:37,633 - And do not forget about the balcony, 587 00:21:37,767 --> 00:21:39,867 which neighbors the groom's so you can make the most 588 00:21:40,000 --> 00:21:43,133 of your last moments together before you say your "I dos." 589 00:21:43,266 --> 00:21:44,500 Any questions? 590 00:21:44,633 --> 00:21:46,467 - Yeah. Is our suite this nice? 591 00:21:46,600 --> 00:21:47,433 - Let me show you. 592 00:21:49,166 --> 00:21:50,166 Right this way. 593 00:21:50,300 --> 00:21:52,100 It's just around the corner here. 594 00:21:53,333 --> 00:21:57,333 - All work and no play is never a good idea at a ski chalet. 595 00:21:57,467 --> 00:22:00,300 - You know, think I saw a movie about that once. 596 00:22:00,433 --> 00:22:03,200 - Hm. - Actually, I'm setting up 597 00:22:03,333 --> 00:22:05,633 my "out of office" reply for the first time 598 00:22:05,767 --> 00:22:07,600 since 2000 and... 599 00:22:08,667 --> 00:22:09,867 Never. 600 00:22:10,000 --> 00:22:11,200 - Ooh, does that mean you can get a run in? 601 00:22:11,333 --> 00:22:12,400 - Well, actually, I was kinda hoping 602 00:22:12,533 --> 00:22:13,967 to get a head start on all the... 603 00:22:14,100 --> 00:22:15,400 Hey, hey. What are you doing? 604 00:22:15,533 --> 00:22:17,200 What happened to "I need to pitch my book"? 605 00:22:17,333 --> 00:22:19,200 - Come on, indulge the bride. 606 00:22:19,333 --> 00:22:20,700 - Okay, you're right. 607 00:22:20,834 --> 00:22:21,967 (both laughing) 608 00:22:22,100 --> 00:22:24,633 All right, where are the thermals? 609 00:22:24,767 --> 00:22:27,500 (gentle music) 610 00:22:28,433 --> 00:22:30,667 (Cara sighs) 611 00:22:36,400 --> 00:22:39,500 - You know, there's just one problem with the setup, 612 00:22:41,433 --> 00:22:43,066 I can't kiss you from over here. 613 00:22:43,200 --> 00:22:45,066 - If only we could bridge this divide. 614 00:22:46,567 --> 00:22:47,734 Snowdrift ramp? 615 00:22:47,867 --> 00:22:49,367 - It's never as stable as you think, 616 00:22:49,500 --> 00:22:51,233 especially this late in the season. 617 00:22:51,367 --> 00:22:52,266 - Icicle ladder? 618 00:22:52,400 --> 00:22:54,300 - Believe it or not, I've had them fail me. 619 00:22:54,433 --> 00:22:55,533 - Then I guess you're outta luck. 620 00:22:55,667 --> 00:22:56,934 - No more suggestions? 621 00:22:57,066 --> 00:22:58,333 - Only questions. 622 00:23:00,500 --> 00:23:03,166 On the ride up, when Megan said she wasn't engaged, 623 00:23:03,300 --> 00:23:04,266 you looked like you knew something. 624 00:23:04,400 --> 00:23:05,734 - Sure you didn't imagine it? 625 00:23:07,000 --> 00:23:08,433 - Do you always have to be so mysterious? 626 00:23:08,567 --> 00:23:10,300 - Do you always have to be so inquisitive? 627 00:23:10,433 --> 00:23:13,633 - Well, hazard of the mystery writing trade, I guess. 628 00:23:13,767 --> 00:23:16,300 - [Megan] Cara, let's go! 629 00:23:16,433 --> 00:23:18,500 - Guess you'll have to settle for an air kiss. 630 00:23:19,600 --> 00:23:20,934 - It never feels like settling. 631 00:23:21,066 --> 00:23:23,467 - Oh, boy. 632 00:23:23,600 --> 00:23:24,266 Come on. 633 00:23:24,400 --> 00:23:25,667 (Ben laughs) 634 00:23:25,800 --> 00:23:28,533 (gentle music) 635 00:23:35,467 --> 00:23:36,500 Woo-hoo. 636 00:23:38,734 --> 00:23:40,567 - [Megan] How did you know to take me here? 637 00:23:41,600 --> 00:23:42,500 - To the mountain? 638 00:23:42,633 --> 00:23:44,533 - No, to this exact spot. 639 00:23:45,567 --> 00:23:47,467 This is where Sean and I did the photo shoot, 640 00:23:47,600 --> 00:23:49,100 for the magazine, the weekend we sort of, 641 00:23:49,233 --> 00:23:50,433 you know, fell for each other. 642 00:23:50,567 --> 00:23:51,600 - Well, then we'll have to send him a picture. 643 00:23:51,734 --> 00:23:52,433 - Oh. Yeah. 644 00:23:52,567 --> 00:23:54,633 (Cara chuckles) 645 00:23:54,767 --> 00:23:56,367 - Phone? - Yes. 646 00:23:56,500 --> 00:23:57,433 Yeah. 647 00:23:57,567 --> 00:23:58,934 - Ready? - Yes. 648 00:23:59,066 --> 00:24:00,266 (camera snaps) - There it is. 649 00:24:00,400 --> 00:24:02,367 Oh, Sean's gonna love that one. 650 00:24:02,500 --> 00:24:03,934 - What should I text him? 651 00:24:04,066 --> 00:24:05,166 - "Wish you were here"? 652 00:24:05,300 --> 00:24:07,233 - Hm! World's biggest understatement. 653 00:24:08,333 --> 00:24:10,433 I don't know, it might sound cliche for me to say this, 654 00:24:10,567 --> 00:24:13,934 but it feels like a piece of me is missing without him here. 655 00:24:14,900 --> 00:24:17,600 And I know he's off helping a lot of people- 656 00:24:17,734 --> 00:24:20,500 - Doesn't make it any easier to miss him. 657 00:24:20,633 --> 00:24:21,567 - I mean, you know how long it took me 658 00:24:21,700 --> 00:24:24,066 to find the right person, and as soon as I did, 659 00:24:24,200 --> 00:24:26,900 life just (exhales) whisked him away. 660 00:24:27,033 --> 00:24:29,400 - Never know, life can whisk all sorts of things 661 00:24:29,533 --> 00:24:31,500 at you when you least expect it. 662 00:24:31,633 --> 00:24:32,600 - Yeah. 663 00:24:33,967 --> 00:24:36,100 (Megan sighs) 664 00:24:36,233 --> 00:24:37,333 What? 665 00:24:37,467 --> 00:24:38,533 - What? 666 00:24:38,667 --> 00:24:39,367 - Why are you looking at me like that? 667 00:24:39,500 --> 00:24:40,533 - Like what? 668 00:24:40,667 --> 00:24:42,066 - Like... (Cara laughs) 669 00:24:42,200 --> 00:24:43,367 Like all... 670 00:24:43,500 --> 00:24:44,667 - No reason. Let's go. 671 00:24:44,800 --> 00:24:46,500 - [Megan] Okay. 672 00:24:46,633 --> 00:24:48,500 (Cara sighs) 673 00:24:48,633 --> 00:24:51,066 (gentle music) 674 00:25:01,400 --> 00:25:03,767 - Well, we seem to have our eye on the same board. 675 00:25:03,900 --> 00:25:05,066 (Ben chuckles) 676 00:25:05,200 --> 00:25:07,100 - And I seem to be having deja vu. 677 00:25:07,233 --> 00:25:08,600 - Let me guess, it's not the right board for me? 678 00:25:08,734 --> 00:25:11,433 - No, this time, I'm sure it's right. 679 00:25:12,867 --> 00:25:14,600 - Well, I'm just glad the Wing 3 made it out 680 00:25:14,734 --> 00:25:16,400 to Clara Lake before it sold out. 681 00:25:16,533 --> 00:25:17,967 - I made sure of it. 682 00:25:18,100 --> 00:25:21,033 The pro shop got a few, but most of them went to Camp Snow. 683 00:25:23,233 --> 00:25:24,000 What? 684 00:25:25,300 --> 00:25:27,767 - You really take care of those Camp Snow kids. 685 00:25:28,633 --> 00:25:30,400 - It's important to me. 686 00:25:30,533 --> 00:25:32,667 - I know it is, and that's why I love you. 687 00:25:34,300 --> 00:25:36,800 (gentle music) 688 00:25:40,900 --> 00:25:44,000 - You are way too deep in thought for a ski resort. 689 00:25:44,133 --> 00:25:45,467 - I'm just hoping I didn't get off 690 00:25:45,600 --> 00:25:46,600 on the wrong foot with Megan. 691 00:25:46,734 --> 00:25:48,567 I mean, it's not my smoothest move, 692 00:25:48,700 --> 00:25:50,066 assuming she and Sean were- 693 00:25:50,200 --> 00:25:52,300 - Hey, it's an honest mistake. Don't sweat it. 694 00:25:52,433 --> 00:25:55,667 - There must be something I can do, an olive branch? 695 00:25:55,800 --> 00:25:58,333 - Well, maybe you could help her and Cara with the wedding? 696 00:25:58,467 --> 00:26:01,467 - There is an awful lot of DIY going on up there. 697 00:26:01,600 --> 00:26:03,033 I mean, I'm into that. 698 00:26:03,166 --> 00:26:05,500 I can paint, sew, my glue gun game is on point. 699 00:26:05,633 --> 00:26:06,667 I mean, I can even decorate a cake, 700 00:26:06,800 --> 00:26:08,600 but that's probably covered. 701 00:26:10,200 --> 00:26:11,600 - [Ben] Sounds like a plan. 702 00:26:14,266 --> 00:26:15,834 - Weatherly Hotels? 703 00:26:15,967 --> 00:26:16,834 Why are they here? 704 00:26:19,166 --> 00:26:24,166 - So, I'm thinking cheese board here, wine display there, 705 00:26:25,700 --> 00:26:27,467 and please tell me that this piano's not just for show. 706 00:26:27,600 --> 00:26:29,900 - I've already booked Goldie, our resident piano player. 707 00:26:30,033 --> 00:26:33,033 She is lovely, a bit of a character. 708 00:26:33,166 --> 00:26:34,367 - Can't wait to meet her. 709 00:26:34,500 --> 00:26:35,734 - What's our cheese lineup looking like? 710 00:26:35,867 --> 00:26:38,567 - We have brie and some hard cheeses. 711 00:26:41,500 --> 00:26:45,300 And a mix of sheep and cow? 712 00:26:45,433 --> 00:26:47,333 - Mm. - And goat, I think. 713 00:26:47,467 --> 00:26:50,467 - Okay, are we talking locally sourced, artisanal? 714 00:26:50,600 --> 00:26:52,567 - I tend to leave the specifics up to the chef, 715 00:26:52,700 --> 00:26:54,133 but I'm sure you could inquire. 716 00:26:54,266 --> 00:26:55,367 - Where's the kitchen? 717 00:26:56,800 --> 00:26:58,734 (Megan chuckles) (Cara chuckles) 718 00:26:58,867 --> 00:27:00,800 - Wow. She is on point. 719 00:27:00,934 --> 00:27:02,600 - No cheeseboard unturned. 720 00:27:02,734 --> 00:27:03,533 Mm. 721 00:27:03,667 --> 00:27:04,600 (Cara chuckles) 722 00:27:04,734 --> 00:27:07,266 - And, of course, the library. 723 00:27:08,300 --> 00:27:10,934 - Hey, this wasn't here the last time I was up. 724 00:27:11,066 --> 00:27:13,533 - Oh, yeah, this is a little exhibit 725 00:27:13,667 --> 00:27:14,533 that I've been working on. 726 00:27:14,667 --> 00:27:17,200 Sorry about the mess. 727 00:27:17,333 --> 00:27:20,233 Most of Clara Lake's past is packed up in archive boxes, 728 00:27:20,367 --> 00:27:22,667 so I kinda decided to curate. 729 00:27:23,834 --> 00:27:25,600 - Oh. This one's interesting. 730 00:27:25,734 --> 00:27:27,767 - Yeah. That's Max and Clara Deeker. 731 00:27:27,900 --> 00:27:30,600 He fell head over heels for Clara, 732 00:27:30,734 --> 00:27:32,533 right around the time he founded this resort. 733 00:27:32,667 --> 00:27:34,367 - And he named it after her. 734 00:27:34,500 --> 00:27:35,800 - "For better or for worse." 735 00:27:35,934 --> 00:27:38,100 After they got married, the country went to war, 736 00:27:38,233 --> 00:27:40,633 and Max enlisted. 737 00:27:40,767 --> 00:27:42,567 - Did he survive? 738 00:27:42,700 --> 00:27:43,600 - Happily, yes. 739 00:27:43,734 --> 00:27:47,700 Sadly, I'm not totally sure their marriage did. 740 00:27:47,834 --> 00:27:49,767 Couldn't find any pictures of them together after that. 741 00:27:49,900 --> 00:27:53,367 Just this one. 742 00:27:53,500 --> 00:27:55,400 Max, alone at his cabin. 743 00:27:55,533 --> 00:27:56,667 - 1948. 744 00:27:58,233 --> 00:28:00,834 He looks so lonely up there. 745 00:28:02,000 --> 00:28:03,500 I wonder what went wrong. 746 00:28:03,633 --> 00:28:06,867 - I suppose you could say it's a bit of a mystery. 747 00:28:15,033 --> 00:28:16,667 - Welcome to wedding central. 748 00:28:16,800 --> 00:28:19,433 - Wow, this is next level DIY. 749 00:28:19,567 --> 00:28:21,767 - Well, when you work for a magazine that covers fashion, 750 00:28:21,900 --> 00:28:24,467 wedding, and decor, it kinda rubs off. 751 00:28:24,600 --> 00:28:25,233 What can I do for you? 752 00:28:25,367 --> 00:28:26,600 - I came here to ask you that. 753 00:28:26,734 --> 00:28:28,266 See if I could lend a hand. 754 00:28:28,400 --> 00:28:30,767 - Well, how would you rate your crafting skills? 755 00:28:30,900 --> 00:28:32,967 - Well, I'm a quick draw with a glue gun 756 00:28:33,100 --> 00:28:35,767 and I got an A in penmanship. 757 00:28:35,900 --> 00:28:38,233 - Well, I already started on the calligraphy, 758 00:28:38,367 --> 00:28:41,000 so I don't want to change the look halfway through. 759 00:28:41,133 --> 00:28:44,000 The party favors, they're a little tricky. 760 00:28:44,133 --> 00:28:46,767 The woodsy chandelier, it has to be just so. 761 00:28:48,633 --> 00:28:50,600 You're so sweet to offer to help, 762 00:28:50,734 --> 00:28:51,834 but delegating at this point 763 00:28:51,967 --> 00:28:53,834 might make things a little tricky. 764 00:28:54,633 --> 00:28:56,633 - Oh. What are the pine cones for? 765 00:28:56,767 --> 00:28:59,000 - Oh. Those, they need to be gilded. 766 00:28:59,133 --> 00:29:01,667 Every single tip. 767 00:29:02,934 --> 00:29:03,800 Have you ever used gold leaf before? 768 00:29:03,934 --> 00:29:06,300 - I gilded the mantle at my sorority house, 769 00:29:06,433 --> 00:29:09,500 so gold leaf and I, we're old pals. 770 00:29:09,633 --> 00:29:11,133 - Well, you're about to get to know each other even better 771 00:29:11,266 --> 00:29:13,900 because we have a few more of them. 772 00:29:14,033 --> 00:29:15,000 - Great. What else? 773 00:29:16,834 --> 00:29:19,900 (gentle piano music) 774 00:29:31,467 --> 00:29:32,700 (patrons applauding) 775 00:29:32,834 --> 00:29:33,967 - Thank you. 776 00:29:34,100 --> 00:29:35,900 Thank you. You're too kind. 777 00:29:36,033 --> 00:29:37,133 Thank you. 778 00:29:37,266 --> 00:29:38,900 - Goldie? - The one and only. 779 00:29:39,033 --> 00:29:41,367 (Cara chuckles) And you must be my bride? 780 00:29:41,500 --> 00:29:42,700 - Yes. Cara. 781 00:29:42,834 --> 00:29:43,867 Daniel mentioned you'll be playing 782 00:29:44,000 --> 00:29:45,800 at our wine and cheese welcome? 783 00:29:45,934 --> 00:29:48,166 - Well, I suspect you're wondering about my range. 784 00:29:48,300 --> 00:29:50,033 Let me show you my book. 785 00:29:50,166 --> 00:29:50,967 (Cara chuckles) 786 00:29:51,100 --> 00:29:52,200 - Oh, "Death on the Nile." 787 00:29:52,333 --> 00:29:54,567 - Not that book, (chuckles) this one. 788 00:29:56,367 --> 00:29:57,800 Have you read it? 789 00:29:57,934 --> 00:30:00,367 - No. It's on my list. 790 00:30:00,500 --> 00:30:01,166 I'm saving it. 791 00:30:01,300 --> 00:30:03,367 I'm a huge Agatha Christie fan. 792 00:30:03,500 --> 00:30:07,200 - She really understood how complicated we women are. 793 00:30:07,333 --> 00:30:08,967 The only thing, in my mind, that's better 794 00:30:09,100 --> 00:30:11,734 than a good villain is a good villainess. 795 00:30:11,867 --> 00:30:13,967 - And finding out what makes her tick. 796 00:30:14,100 --> 00:30:16,000 - I'm only a few chapters in, but so far, 797 00:30:16,133 --> 00:30:17,633 this one's unlucky in love. 798 00:30:17,767 --> 00:30:18,967 - Oh? How so? 799 00:30:19,100 --> 00:30:20,867 - She chose a man who keeps secrets. 800 00:30:21,834 --> 00:30:23,800 - Oh. (Cara chuckles) 801 00:30:23,934 --> 00:30:24,667 - Here. 802 00:30:26,500 --> 00:30:27,667 Oh, there's a good one. 803 00:30:29,600 --> 00:30:32,000 (gentle music) 804 00:30:33,700 --> 00:30:34,667 - Thank you. 805 00:30:34,800 --> 00:30:36,033 Oh. Pardon me. 806 00:30:36,166 --> 00:30:39,400 (Megan chuckles) 807 00:30:39,533 --> 00:30:40,367 Hey! - Ta-da! 808 00:30:41,266 --> 00:30:43,233 All done. (Megan gasps) 809 00:30:43,367 --> 00:30:44,834 - Oh, well done. 810 00:30:44,967 --> 00:30:47,166 These look fantastic. 811 00:30:47,300 --> 00:30:49,400 - Well, like I said, not my first rodeo. 812 00:30:49,533 --> 00:30:50,633 (cellphone chimes) - Oh. Can you hold that? 813 00:30:50,767 --> 00:30:52,367 - Mm, oh. - Hold on a second. 814 00:30:53,633 --> 00:30:54,967 (Megan sighs) 815 00:30:55,100 --> 00:30:56,300 (Megan groans) 816 00:30:56,433 --> 00:30:57,200 - Everything okay? 817 00:30:57,333 --> 00:30:58,834 - No. It's the bridal salon. 818 00:30:58,967 --> 00:31:00,734 They say the dresses won't be ready till tomorrow. 819 00:31:00,867 --> 00:31:03,133 - Ooh. But the wedding's in 48 hours. 820 00:31:03,266 --> 00:31:04,734 - I know, which is why I'm not gonna chance it. 821 00:31:04,867 --> 00:31:06,734 I'll just go there and pick them up myself. 822 00:31:06,867 --> 00:31:09,367 Okay. - Or I could go. 823 00:31:09,500 --> 00:31:10,633 - You'd drive all that way? 824 00:31:10,767 --> 00:31:12,233 - I mean, it makes way more sense if I go, 825 00:31:12,367 --> 00:31:14,700 you have so much to do here. 826 00:31:14,834 --> 00:31:16,400 - I'm gonna take you up on that. Thank you. 827 00:31:16,533 --> 00:31:18,200 But not a word to Cara, okay? 828 00:31:18,333 --> 00:31:19,800 I just don't want her stressing out over it. 829 00:31:19,934 --> 00:31:21,633 - Top secret, no problem. 830 00:31:21,767 --> 00:31:22,900 (both chuckling) 831 00:31:23,033 --> 00:31:23,900 - [Receptionist] You're all set, Ms. Reneau. 832 00:31:24,033 --> 00:31:25,867 - [Cara] Thank you. 833 00:31:26,000 --> 00:31:27,900 - You know, the hair and makeup 834 00:31:28,033 --> 00:31:29,367 that I booked does manicures. 835 00:31:29,500 --> 00:31:31,033 - Maybe I wasn't booking a manicure. 836 00:31:31,166 --> 00:31:32,900 Maybe I was trying to surprise 837 00:31:33,033 --> 00:31:35,433 my very hard-working maid of honor 838 00:31:35,567 --> 00:31:37,133 with a dual in-room massage tomorrow. 839 00:31:37,266 --> 00:31:39,734 - Me? I don't know if I can relax. 840 00:31:39,867 --> 00:31:41,600 There's just so much to do. 841 00:31:41,734 --> 00:31:42,800 Don't let me stop you though. 842 00:31:42,934 --> 00:31:45,433 - I was sorta hoping it would be something we do together. 843 00:31:45,567 --> 00:31:46,767 - Yes, absolutely. 844 00:31:46,900 --> 00:31:48,900 I just need to check in with the sommelier 845 00:31:49,033 --> 00:31:52,433 about making sure the temperature is just right. 846 00:31:55,333 --> 00:31:57,033 - Interesting. 847 00:31:57,166 --> 00:32:00,967 - Interesting that Ben is talking to someone? 848 00:32:01,100 --> 00:32:02,200 - [Cara] Closed body posture indicates 849 00:32:02,333 --> 00:32:04,467 that he's keeping something under wraps. 850 00:32:04,600 --> 00:32:05,867 - Ah, I see. 851 00:32:06,000 --> 00:32:07,834 We're in mystery land again. 852 00:32:07,967 --> 00:32:09,367 Okay. - Again? 853 00:32:09,500 --> 00:32:11,867 - Well, you make frequent trips. 854 00:32:12,000 --> 00:32:13,433 (both laughing) 855 00:32:13,567 --> 00:32:14,500 - I'm back. 856 00:32:14,633 --> 00:32:16,667 - Oh, good, 'cause we need you for the wedding. 857 00:32:16,800 --> 00:32:17,500 (both laughing) 858 00:32:17,633 --> 00:32:18,400 I'll see you. 859 00:32:20,233 --> 00:32:21,867 - I am just gonna take care of... 860 00:32:22,000 --> 00:32:23,033 - Wait. 861 00:32:23,166 --> 00:32:24,467 One more thing. 862 00:32:29,100 --> 00:32:29,867 - Dad! 863 00:32:31,600 --> 00:32:34,233 - You certainly chose a beautiful place to get married. 864 00:32:35,967 --> 00:32:37,834 - Oh, now it feels real. 865 00:32:37,967 --> 00:32:39,834 - Well, there's nothing more real than tying the knot. 866 00:32:39,967 --> 00:32:42,266 - Well, you and Mom always made it look so easy. 867 00:32:42,400 --> 00:32:43,600 - Oh. 868 00:32:43,734 --> 00:32:45,667 You know, your mom would've loved Ben. 869 00:32:45,800 --> 00:32:48,000 And seeing me walk you down that aisle. 870 00:32:48,133 --> 00:32:49,934 And I promise I won't get all choked up and silly, 871 00:32:50,066 --> 00:32:53,300 I got that out of my system with the first- 872 00:32:53,433 --> 00:32:54,500 - Almost wedding? 873 00:32:54,633 --> 00:32:55,433 - Is that what they call it? 874 00:32:55,567 --> 00:32:56,767 - Yeah. 875 00:32:56,900 --> 00:32:58,867 Don't worry, happy tears are always welcome. 876 00:33:03,066 --> 00:33:06,033 Wow, look at how beautiful... 877 00:33:06,166 --> 00:33:07,100 Oh. 878 00:33:07,233 --> 00:33:08,867 (gentle piano music) 879 00:33:09,000 --> 00:33:09,767 Aww. 880 00:33:11,533 --> 00:33:13,567 Isn't this the song that we danced to that first night 881 00:33:13,700 --> 00:33:15,233 at the Camp Snow auction? 882 00:33:15,367 --> 00:33:16,867 - The night we fell in love? 883 00:33:17,834 --> 00:33:20,967 I'm not sure, I was pretty focused on you. 884 00:33:23,567 --> 00:33:26,200 - And to think, we were strangers just a few years ago, 885 00:33:26,333 --> 00:33:27,500 and now we're about to be family. 886 00:33:27,633 --> 00:33:29,567 - Zoey is so excited to have a sister. 887 00:33:29,700 --> 00:33:30,900 - Oh, so am I. 888 00:33:36,533 --> 00:33:39,533 (people chattering) 889 00:33:40,700 --> 00:33:41,600 - Mom! 890 00:33:41,734 --> 00:33:43,200 (Michelle squeals) Hi! 891 00:33:43,333 --> 00:33:45,200 - Mm! - Michelle! 892 00:33:45,333 --> 00:33:46,066 Oh. - Hello. 893 00:33:46,200 --> 00:33:47,400 Oh! 894 00:33:47,533 --> 00:33:48,934 Now, know that Gerry wanted to be here, 895 00:33:49,066 --> 00:33:50,900 but he is practically running that convention. 896 00:33:51,033 --> 00:33:52,000 (Michelle laughs) (Megan chuckles) 897 00:33:52,133 --> 00:33:52,900 Where she gets it from. 898 00:33:53,033 --> 00:33:54,433 (all laughing) 899 00:33:54,567 --> 00:33:55,767 - I totally understand. 900 00:33:55,900 --> 00:33:57,033 How was your drive up from Portland? 901 00:33:57,166 --> 00:33:57,967 - Oh, it was fine. 902 00:33:58,100 --> 00:33:59,734 I mean, I wanted to come up last night, 903 00:33:59,867 --> 00:34:01,233 but that's the thing is, when you're hosting a radio show, 904 00:34:01,367 --> 00:34:03,100 if I play hooky, everyone notices. 905 00:34:03,233 --> 00:34:04,233 (all chuckling) 906 00:34:04,367 --> 00:34:06,834 But being stuck in traffic gave me time to fine tune 907 00:34:06,967 --> 00:34:08,734 those bride and groom trivia questions. 908 00:34:08,867 --> 00:34:10,066 - You are too cute. 909 00:34:10,200 --> 00:34:12,000 - Speaking of which, can I grab you for a second? 910 00:34:12,133 --> 00:34:12,867 - [Cara] Oh, yeah. 911 00:34:13,000 --> 00:34:14,066 - [Megan] I'll be back in a minute. 912 00:34:14,200 --> 00:34:15,000 - Go, go. - Okay. 913 00:34:15,133 --> 00:34:16,934 - Hey! - Hey, Ray. 914 00:34:17,066 --> 00:34:18,133 - [Ray] Hey, great to see you. 915 00:34:18,266 --> 00:34:19,600 - Mm! (Ray chuckles) 916 00:34:19,734 --> 00:34:20,700 - What happened, Ray? 917 00:34:20,834 --> 00:34:23,800 Weren't we just sending them to prom just yesterday? 918 00:34:23,934 --> 00:34:24,900 - Try kindergarten. 919 00:34:25,033 --> 00:34:26,100 (Michelle sighs) 920 00:34:26,233 --> 00:34:27,800 All goes by so fast. 921 00:34:27,934 --> 00:34:29,100 Oh. Yes. 922 00:34:29,233 --> 00:34:30,633 - [Michelle] Ah. 923 00:34:30,767 --> 00:34:32,166 - To the bride and groom. - Thank you. 924 00:34:32,300 --> 00:34:33,166 And their parents. 925 00:34:34,233 --> 00:34:35,233 (glasses clinking) 926 00:34:35,367 --> 00:34:38,467 (gentle piano music) 927 00:34:46,033 --> 00:34:47,967 - I just love your style. 928 00:34:48,100 --> 00:34:49,934 - Right back at you, Ms. Reneau. 929 00:34:50,066 --> 00:34:51,266 I thought you looked familiar. 930 00:34:51,400 --> 00:34:53,567 Turns out, I know you from your book jacket. 931 00:34:53,700 --> 00:34:55,433 - You read my book? 932 00:34:55,567 --> 00:34:58,100 - Both of them. I am a huge fan. 933 00:34:59,033 --> 00:35:00,367 - Thank you. 934 00:35:00,500 --> 00:35:02,633 I'm so flattered. Don't know what to say. 935 00:35:02,767 --> 00:35:04,633 - I just wanna know when the next one's coming out. 936 00:35:04,767 --> 00:35:06,000 - Oh, well, that is one mystery 937 00:35:06,133 --> 00:35:08,066 that I can't quite crack just yet. 938 00:35:08,200 --> 00:35:10,467 I'm working on the pitch this weekend. 939 00:35:10,600 --> 00:35:13,367 - Hm. Find anything to inspire you? 940 00:35:13,500 --> 00:35:15,800 - This resort, actually. 941 00:35:15,934 --> 00:35:19,500 So much history and romance, tragedy. 942 00:35:19,633 --> 00:35:21,734 - If I was getting married in the next two days, 943 00:35:21,867 --> 00:35:23,400 I might focus on the first two. 944 00:35:24,467 --> 00:35:26,333 I play in the bar every night, 945 00:35:26,467 --> 00:35:27,533 if you wanna run anything by me... 946 00:35:27,667 --> 00:35:30,166 You know, one mystery buff to another. 947 00:35:30,300 --> 00:35:32,033 - Well, I might just take you up on that. 948 00:35:32,166 --> 00:35:34,133 Oh, and how is "Death on the Nile"- 949 00:35:34,266 --> 00:35:35,967 - Oh, no, no, no, no. No. 950 00:35:36,100 --> 00:35:38,900 If you're gonna read a mystery, you've gotta unravel it. 951 00:35:39,033 --> 00:35:41,066 I wouldn't dare rob you of that. 952 00:35:44,867 --> 00:35:46,000 - Daniel. 953 00:35:46,133 --> 00:35:48,800 - Oh. Mr. Livingston, you startled me. 954 00:35:48,934 --> 00:35:50,834 - Did you find out anything more about what those execs 955 00:35:50,967 --> 00:35:52,533 from Weatherly Hotels were up to? 956 00:35:53,233 --> 00:35:54,834 You have to admit it's strange, 957 00:35:54,967 --> 00:35:58,166 a big chain like that sniffing around Clara Lake? 958 00:35:58,300 --> 00:36:01,700 - Mr. Livingston, my job hinges on discretion. 959 00:36:01,834 --> 00:36:03,100 - Yeah, of course. 960 00:36:03,233 --> 00:36:05,233 I could ask around, do some digging of my own, 961 00:36:05,367 --> 00:36:07,800 but I wouldn't wanna be any trouble. 962 00:36:09,333 --> 00:36:11,567 Look, come on, is it a good secret, or a bad secret? 963 00:36:11,700 --> 00:36:14,033 - They're trying to buy the resort. 964 00:36:14,166 --> 00:36:17,200 - Yeah, okay, I would say that's a bad secret. 965 00:36:17,333 --> 00:36:18,066 What will happen to Camp Snow? 966 00:36:18,200 --> 00:36:19,767 - I don't know. 967 00:36:19,900 --> 00:36:21,900 I'm sorry, I really didn't want to upset you 968 00:36:22,033 --> 00:36:23,233 on your wedding weekend. 969 00:36:23,367 --> 00:36:24,567 - Yeah, okay, I'm with you on that. 970 00:36:24,700 --> 00:36:26,266 Look, do me a favor, if you could 971 00:36:27,300 --> 00:36:30,500 just keep this between us, I'd appreciate it. 972 00:36:36,233 --> 00:36:43,033 (Ben sighs) 973 00:36:53,100 --> 00:36:55,166 Hey. How'd you know where to find me? 974 00:36:55,300 --> 00:36:56,934 - I had a hunch. 975 00:36:57,066 --> 00:36:58,600 Dad taught you to snowboard here. 976 00:36:58,734 --> 00:37:00,233 - You know me pretty well, huh? 977 00:37:00,367 --> 00:37:01,600 - Yeah, I think you might still have 978 00:37:01,734 --> 00:37:03,266 a few surprises up your sleeve. 979 00:37:04,533 --> 00:37:07,266 - Here's one: I was once a camper here. 980 00:37:09,333 --> 00:37:12,400 After my dad passed, money was tight for a few years. 981 00:37:12,533 --> 00:37:14,533 No more trips to the mountains. 982 00:37:14,667 --> 00:37:18,033 But then, along came Camp Snow, 983 00:37:18,166 --> 00:37:22,266 and it really got me through a tough time. 984 00:37:22,400 --> 00:37:24,233 I was lucky the camp even existed, 985 00:37:24,367 --> 00:37:27,433 and that this resort hosted it for free. 986 00:37:28,800 --> 00:37:31,200 - And now look at you, paying it forward. 987 00:37:32,000 --> 00:37:34,367 First, giving boards. Now, being on the board. 988 00:37:34,500 --> 00:37:35,266 (Ben chuckles) 989 00:37:35,400 --> 00:37:36,066 - See what you did there. 990 00:37:36,200 --> 00:37:38,166 (Cara chuckles) 991 00:37:38,300 --> 00:37:39,767 - Why didn't you tell me before? 992 00:37:41,867 --> 00:37:43,333 - I guess you could say I've spent my life playing 993 00:37:43,467 --> 00:37:45,033 my cards close to my chest. 994 00:37:46,033 --> 00:37:47,767 - Maybe it's time to open up. 995 00:37:47,900 --> 00:37:51,166 - Hm. But I only do that over beers and brats. 996 00:37:51,300 --> 00:37:52,400 How's tomorrow look? 997 00:37:52,533 --> 00:37:54,900 - Why do tomorrow what we can do today? 998 00:37:55,033 --> 00:37:56,834 - I have got some pressing matters today. 999 00:37:56,967 --> 00:37:58,233 - Camp Snow stuff? 1000 00:37:58,367 --> 00:37:59,500 - You could say that. 1001 00:37:59,633 --> 00:38:01,133 - All right, well, make sure that they know 1002 00:38:01,266 --> 00:38:01,967 that the day after tomorrow- 1003 00:38:02,100 --> 00:38:03,467 - The wedding? - Yes. 1004 00:38:03,600 --> 00:38:06,266 You are all mine. 1005 00:38:06,400 --> 00:38:07,433 (Cara chuckles) - Good. 1006 00:38:07,567 --> 00:38:09,166 - Okay. 1007 00:38:09,300 --> 00:38:10,433 - [Jill] Hey, Ben! 1008 00:38:10,567 --> 00:38:12,133 - Oh, I've been spotted. 1009 00:38:12,266 --> 00:38:14,166 Jill's not gonna let me leave without throwing a few ollies. 1010 00:38:14,300 --> 00:38:17,166 - All right, well, I'll be sure to send over the medic. 1011 00:38:17,300 --> 00:38:20,000 (Ben chuckles) 1012 00:38:33,300 --> 00:38:35,000 Daniel's new exhibit. 1013 00:38:35,133 --> 00:38:35,934 Hm. 1014 00:38:36,967 --> 00:38:41,567 Is it just me, or did people seem more glamorous 1015 00:38:41,700 --> 00:38:43,100 in photos back then? 1016 00:38:43,233 --> 00:38:45,133 - I think they were more glamorous. 1017 00:38:45,266 --> 00:38:46,233 (Cara chuckles) 1018 00:38:46,367 --> 00:38:47,500 How's the book pitch coming? 1019 00:38:47,633 --> 00:38:50,133 - It's starting to come along. 1020 00:38:50,266 --> 00:38:52,333 The romance part, anyway. 1021 00:38:54,533 --> 00:38:56,100 (camera snaps) I'm basing the two detectives 1022 00:38:56,233 --> 00:38:58,734 on the legend of Max and Clara. 1023 00:38:58,867 --> 00:39:01,333 - You'll have to refresh my memory. 1024 00:39:01,467 --> 00:39:03,133 - Well, from what I can gather, 1025 00:39:03,266 --> 00:39:05,300 the two of them were deeply in love, 1026 00:39:05,433 --> 00:39:09,066 got married, then separated by the war. 1027 00:39:09,200 --> 00:39:11,200 I'm not sure exactly how things fell apart, 1028 00:39:11,333 --> 00:39:15,200 but there are no pictures of them together after that. 1029 00:39:15,333 --> 00:39:17,500 - Hm. Isn't that a pity? 1030 00:39:17,633 --> 00:39:19,133 - Yeah. 1031 00:39:19,266 --> 00:39:23,166 I imagine that Max became a recluse in his cabin. 1032 00:39:23,300 --> 00:39:24,900 - [Goldie] And Clara? 1033 00:39:25,033 --> 00:39:29,333 - Clara went to San Francisco for a fresh start, 1034 00:39:29,467 --> 00:39:32,500 but always wondered if she had just seen the warning signs 1035 00:39:32,633 --> 00:39:34,066 before she tied the knot, 1036 00:39:34,200 --> 00:39:37,467 if her life could've ended up quite differently. 1037 00:39:37,600 --> 00:39:39,233 - Huh. 1038 00:39:39,367 --> 00:39:41,233 You really do have quite the imagination. 1039 00:39:43,633 --> 00:39:45,834 (people chattering) 1040 00:39:45,967 --> 00:39:47,667 - So Max and Clara couldn't make it work, 1041 00:39:47,800 --> 00:39:49,800 maybe my characters can't either. 1042 00:39:49,934 --> 00:39:52,333 I don't know, what do you think? You're the real detective. 1043 00:39:52,467 --> 00:39:55,033 - Retired, and on vacation. 1044 00:39:55,166 --> 00:39:56,367 - Still. 1045 00:39:57,133 --> 00:40:01,367 - Well, my advice, never jump to conclusions. 1046 00:40:01,500 --> 00:40:04,066 I mean, are you sure they didn't end up together? 1047 00:40:05,266 --> 00:40:07,667 - Take a look. What do you think? 1048 00:40:07,800 --> 00:40:08,567 - Ah. 1049 00:40:09,867 --> 00:40:11,200 A stoic type. 1050 00:40:11,333 --> 00:40:14,166 - Dad, my stories don't need to hold up in court, 1051 00:40:14,300 --> 00:40:16,767 they just need to capture people's attention. 1052 00:40:18,533 --> 00:40:19,834 You see something. What is it? 1053 00:40:19,967 --> 00:40:22,734 - Well, based on those buildings below, 1054 00:40:23,967 --> 00:40:26,533 I'll bet that cabin is near the top of that northwest trail. 1055 00:40:26,667 --> 00:40:27,400 - Huh. 1056 00:40:29,600 --> 00:40:31,433 - Could go up and take a look. 1057 00:40:35,934 --> 00:40:37,200 - All right, don't let up. 1058 00:40:37,333 --> 00:40:39,533 If you can't find them, I can't buy this resort. 1059 00:40:39,667 --> 00:40:41,266 End of story. Thanks. 1060 00:40:42,266 --> 00:40:43,500 - Can I borrow your car? 1061 00:40:43,633 --> 00:40:45,533 I'm off to Seattle on a secret wedding mission. 1062 00:40:45,667 --> 00:40:47,133 - Yeah, of course. 1063 00:40:47,266 --> 00:40:49,967 If you tell me how much of that phone call you just heard. 1064 00:40:50,100 --> 00:40:51,233 - Nothing. 1065 00:40:51,367 --> 00:40:53,567 Just that you're buying the resort. 1066 00:40:53,700 --> 00:40:54,867 (Ben sighs) 1067 00:40:55,000 --> 00:40:57,200 - All right, look, you can't tell anyone, Zoey. 1068 00:40:57,333 --> 00:40:59,333 - Well, I won't, but, like, that is a weird choice 1069 00:40:59,467 --> 00:41:00,700 for your wedding weekend. 1070 00:41:00,834 --> 00:41:01,867 - I know, but I'm not the only person 1071 00:41:02,000 --> 00:41:03,233 trying to buy the resort. 1072 00:41:03,367 --> 00:41:06,767 A big chain, Weatherly, is trying to buy it too. 1073 00:41:06,900 --> 00:41:08,867 And that could mean the end of Camp Snow. 1074 00:41:09,000 --> 00:41:10,533 - Well, can't you beat them to the punch? 1075 00:41:10,667 --> 00:41:12,100 - That was the idea. 1076 00:41:12,233 --> 00:41:14,867 Trouble is, Clara Lake is owned by three separate entities. 1077 00:41:15,000 --> 00:41:16,533 A venture capitalist in New York 1078 00:41:16,667 --> 00:41:19,233 just sold his 45% to Weatherly. 1079 00:41:19,367 --> 00:41:20,567 - That's not a great start. 1080 00:41:20,700 --> 00:41:23,266 - Another 45% belongs to an investor in Seattle. 1081 00:41:23,400 --> 00:41:26,066 He's a Camp Snow donor, and he agreed to sell to me. 1082 00:41:26,200 --> 00:41:27,767 - Oh. Okay, well, then who owns the last 10%? 1083 00:41:27,900 --> 00:41:29,100 - That's the trouble, 1084 00:41:29,233 --> 00:41:31,767 a shell corporation called Aldera Creek. 1085 00:41:31,900 --> 00:41:34,633 The only contact I have is a law firm, 1086 00:41:34,767 --> 00:41:36,300 and they're stonewalling me. 1087 00:41:36,433 --> 00:41:38,266 - So close yet so far. 1088 00:41:38,400 --> 00:41:39,467 - Yeah. 1089 00:41:39,600 --> 00:41:41,767 Weatherly will walk if they can't get a majority share. 1090 00:41:41,900 --> 00:41:44,200 It's just a case of who gets to Aldera Creek first. 1091 00:41:44,333 --> 00:41:46,633 - Well, there has to be a person behind the company. 1092 00:41:46,767 --> 00:41:48,667 - Yeah, one that doesn't want to be found. 1093 00:41:50,533 --> 00:41:52,100 Look, I gotta make some more calls, all right? 1094 00:41:52,233 --> 00:41:53,233 - All right. 1095 00:41:56,166 --> 00:41:58,367 (Zoey humming) 1096 00:41:58,500 --> 00:41:59,266 (Zoey sighs) 1097 00:41:59,400 --> 00:42:00,300 - [Cara] Oh. Off for a drive? 1098 00:42:00,433 --> 00:42:02,133 - Oh. Yeah! 1099 00:42:02,266 --> 00:42:03,333 Just a little drive. 1100 00:42:03,467 --> 00:42:05,333 Hence the car. 1101 00:42:05,467 --> 00:42:07,367 - Right. You can't tell me where you're going, can you? 1102 00:42:07,500 --> 00:42:08,467 - Mm-mm. 1103 00:42:08,600 --> 00:42:09,967 (Zoey chuckles) 1104 00:42:10,100 --> 00:42:12,533 - Runs in the family, this secretive streak? 1105 00:42:12,667 --> 00:42:13,834 - No, I'm an open book. 1106 00:42:13,967 --> 00:42:15,500 It's just Ben who's secretive. 1107 00:42:15,633 --> 00:42:17,533 - Oh. Well, then I'm not the only one. 1108 00:42:17,667 --> 00:42:18,834 - No. 1109 00:42:18,967 --> 00:42:20,400 - I do wonder where it comes from though. 1110 00:42:21,734 --> 00:42:26,133 - I mean, I guess it was when our dad got sick. 1111 00:42:26,266 --> 00:42:28,200 - Oh, Zoey, I didn't mean- - No, it's okay. 1112 00:42:28,333 --> 00:42:29,667 I mean, I was young, 1113 00:42:29,800 --> 00:42:33,433 and we all thought that Dad would get better, 1114 00:42:33,567 --> 00:42:36,266 and I think Ben just wanted to protect me 1115 00:42:36,400 --> 00:42:38,467 from the burden me of the bad news, but... 1116 00:42:38,600 --> 00:42:40,467 When it came to me and my mom, 1117 00:42:41,266 --> 00:42:44,233 you know, he was kind of our protector. 1118 00:42:45,600 --> 00:42:47,567 I guess the role kinda stuck. 1119 00:42:52,000 --> 00:42:53,433 (camera snaps) 1120 00:42:53,567 --> 00:42:55,266 (cellphone chiming) 1121 00:42:55,400 --> 00:42:56,834 (Megan laughs) 1122 00:42:56,967 --> 00:42:58,467 - Talking to Sean? 1123 00:42:58,600 --> 00:42:59,533 - Texting. 1124 00:42:59,667 --> 00:43:02,200 He gave my place card holders two thumbs up. 1125 00:43:02,333 --> 00:43:03,533 - Oh. (Megan chuckles) 1126 00:43:03,667 --> 00:43:04,433 Well, if you find a stopping place, 1127 00:43:04,567 --> 00:43:05,500 my dad and I are gonna look 1128 00:43:05,633 --> 00:43:07,600 for the resort founder's cabin if you wanna come. 1129 00:43:07,734 --> 00:43:10,600 - Oh, as much as I love Clara Lake history, 1130 00:43:10,734 --> 00:43:13,400 I gotta get these favors done before massage o'clock. 1131 00:43:13,533 --> 00:43:15,700 - If I help, it'll go twice as fast. 1132 00:43:15,834 --> 00:43:17,600 - Oh, no, no no, no. 1133 00:43:17,734 --> 00:43:19,266 I want this weekend to be perfect for you, 1134 00:43:19,400 --> 00:43:21,333 so that means no raffia paper cuts. 1135 00:43:21,467 --> 00:43:23,567 - Well, I would gladly trade all the raffia 1136 00:43:23,700 --> 00:43:25,066 for more time with you. 1137 00:43:25,200 --> 00:43:26,333 - Oh, Cara. 1138 00:43:26,467 --> 00:43:27,900 Why don't you ask Ben? 1139 00:43:28,033 --> 00:43:29,533 I'm sure your dad would like that. 1140 00:43:29,667 --> 00:43:30,367 - Yeah, the more the merrier. 1141 00:43:30,500 --> 00:43:32,533 Just he's busy with Camp Snow stuff. 1142 00:43:32,667 --> 00:43:34,400 - Hm, that's strange. 1143 00:43:34,533 --> 00:43:36,333 I rode the elevator with some Camp Snow kids, 1144 00:43:36,467 --> 00:43:38,100 and they said the season ended yesterday. 1145 00:43:38,233 --> 00:43:40,700 (gentle music) 1146 00:43:46,667 --> 00:43:48,767 - Don't worry, I'm not here for more intel. 1147 00:43:48,900 --> 00:43:51,533 I just got a text from my friend Sean Butler. 1148 00:43:51,667 --> 00:43:54,500 "Did packages from jewelry store show?" 1149 00:43:54,633 --> 00:43:56,367 I think he meant "package." 1150 00:43:56,500 --> 00:43:57,700 - I haven't heard anything, 1151 00:43:57,834 --> 00:44:00,133 but I'll let you know the moment it arrives. 1152 00:44:00,266 --> 00:44:01,133 - Okay. Thanks. 1153 00:44:03,367 --> 00:44:04,133 - Hm. 1154 00:44:05,367 --> 00:44:05,967 - [Ray] Know what this reminds me of? 1155 00:44:06,100 --> 00:44:07,600 - [Cara] What's that? 1156 00:44:07,734 --> 00:44:10,467 - [Ray] When you were a kid and used to play detective. 1157 00:44:10,600 --> 00:44:13,567 Whenever anyone lost their keys, you were on the case. 1158 00:44:13,700 --> 00:44:15,266 - Well, I wanted to be just like you. 1159 00:44:15,400 --> 00:44:16,567 (Ray chuckles) 1160 00:44:16,700 --> 00:44:18,266 - And you wound up being like your mom, 1161 00:44:19,567 --> 00:44:21,567 you got your creativity from her. 1162 00:44:21,700 --> 00:44:22,500 - Don't sell yourself short. 1163 00:44:22,633 --> 00:44:24,600 I got my curiosity from someone. 1164 00:44:26,233 --> 00:44:28,467 Speaking of which, shouldn't the cabin 1165 00:44:28,600 --> 00:44:29,800 be around here somewhere? 1166 00:44:29,934 --> 00:44:31,734 - Yeah, think it was. 1167 00:44:31,867 --> 00:44:33,367 Just not anymore. 1168 00:44:38,567 --> 00:44:40,400 - Hey. Look. 1169 00:44:40,533 --> 00:44:43,133 Isn't that the same bench from the photo? 1170 00:44:43,266 --> 00:44:44,133 Look at that. 1171 00:44:44,266 --> 00:44:45,300 - Yeah. 1172 00:44:45,433 --> 00:44:47,934 (gentle music) 1173 00:44:53,900 --> 00:44:55,400 (Cara gasps) 1174 00:44:55,533 --> 00:44:56,567 - Look! 1175 00:44:56,700 --> 00:44:57,800 MD plus CD. 1176 00:44:57,934 --> 00:44:58,867 Max and Clara. 1177 00:45:00,166 --> 00:45:03,500 - Mm. Well, maybe they were here. 1178 00:45:03,633 --> 00:45:05,333 - Yeah, doesn't prove that their marriage survived. 1179 00:45:05,467 --> 00:45:08,567 Just means they were in love, once. 1180 00:45:08,700 --> 00:45:10,233 - Okay, so we don't know all the answers. 1181 00:45:10,367 --> 00:45:14,333 But, well, missing cabin, does that help with your book? 1182 00:45:14,467 --> 00:45:16,200 - At this point, couldn't hurt. 1183 00:45:20,300 --> 00:45:23,400 (Ray chuckles) 1184 00:45:23,533 --> 00:45:24,767 Thank you, again. 1185 00:45:27,200 --> 00:45:30,066 - [Michelle] Hey. How are my girls? 1186 00:45:30,200 --> 00:45:31,834 - I am so happy we made this happen. 1187 00:45:31,967 --> 00:45:34,000 I owe you a seaweed wrap. 1188 00:45:34,133 --> 00:45:35,800 Megan clearly needed the break. 1189 00:45:35,934 --> 00:45:38,233 - Well, where is she? I made her a cup of calming tea. 1190 00:45:38,367 --> 00:45:40,500 - Oh, she might not need it. 1191 00:45:40,633 --> 00:45:42,066 She fell asleep. I didn't want to wake her. 1192 00:45:42,200 --> 00:45:44,734 - Well, that gives us the time to catch up. 1193 00:45:46,700 --> 00:45:47,367 (Michelle sighs) 1194 00:45:47,500 --> 00:45:49,500 Megan's always taking on too much. 1195 00:45:49,633 --> 00:45:53,066 I mean, I know that Sean's new job has been hard on her, 1196 00:45:53,200 --> 00:45:56,300 but I didn't think she'd ever find solace in a glue gun. 1197 00:45:56,433 --> 00:45:59,867 - I think she finds crafting therapeutic. 1198 00:46:00,066 --> 00:46:00,767 - Do you? 1199 00:46:00,900 --> 00:46:02,467 (Michelle chuckles) 1200 00:46:02,600 --> 00:46:03,233 - Well, the wedding's tomorrow. 1201 00:46:03,367 --> 00:46:04,967 This'll all be over soon enough. 1202 00:46:05,900 --> 00:46:08,266 - Not exactly the happy words of a bride. 1203 00:46:10,333 --> 00:46:11,834 - Something's up with Ben. 1204 00:46:12,700 --> 00:46:16,033 Just seems distracted. 1205 00:46:16,166 --> 00:46:18,233 - Well, maybe something is up. 1206 00:46:18,367 --> 00:46:19,600 Maybe that something has nothing to do with you. 1207 00:46:19,734 --> 00:46:21,767 - Well, that's a lovely thought, but- 1208 00:46:21,900 --> 00:46:24,533 - Ah. Then let's hold onto it. 1209 00:46:24,667 --> 00:46:26,400 If you think the worst in people, 1210 00:46:26,533 --> 00:46:28,433 sometimes they live up to it. 1211 00:46:28,567 --> 00:46:32,533 But if you believe the best, you often get the best. 1212 00:46:32,667 --> 00:46:34,133 Worth a shot, right? 1213 00:46:42,600 --> 00:46:43,433 - [Cara] Mm. 1214 00:46:43,567 --> 00:46:46,200 - Nothing like a hot brat on a cold day. 1215 00:46:46,333 --> 00:46:47,734 - A well-dressed brat. 1216 00:46:48,934 --> 00:46:50,133 That's what sealed the deal, you know? 1217 00:46:50,266 --> 00:46:51,700 - My garnishing skills? - Mm. 1218 00:46:51,834 --> 00:46:52,633 I fell hard. 1219 00:46:54,100 --> 00:46:55,533 - And I fell for you, 1220 00:46:55,667 --> 00:46:57,834 'cause I feel like I can tell you anything. 1221 00:47:00,500 --> 00:47:03,700 You know, it's funny, we make plans based on 1222 00:47:03,834 --> 00:47:04,967 what we think will happen, 1223 00:47:05,100 --> 00:47:08,200 and then life just throws us curveballs. 1224 00:47:09,166 --> 00:47:10,767 - What's on your mind? 1225 00:47:10,900 --> 00:47:12,867 - Just wanted this weekend to go off 1226 00:47:13,000 --> 00:47:14,767 without a hitch, you know? 1227 00:47:14,900 --> 00:47:16,967 - And if you ask me, it is. 1228 00:47:17,100 --> 00:47:18,667 Hey, we're getting married tomorrow, 1229 00:47:18,800 --> 00:47:22,767 in this place that means the world to us. 1230 00:47:22,900 --> 00:47:25,867 But I'm interrupting. I'm sorry, go ahead. 1231 00:47:28,767 --> 00:47:29,734 Is this about us? 1232 00:47:30,900 --> 00:47:31,667 - No. 1233 00:47:32,900 --> 00:47:34,533 It's about Sean. 1234 00:47:34,667 --> 00:47:35,433 - Sean? 1235 00:47:35,567 --> 00:47:37,767 - Yeah, he sent a ring, to the hotel. 1236 00:47:37,900 --> 00:47:39,000 (Cara gasps) And it might even be here now. 1237 00:47:39,133 --> 00:47:41,800 - He's gonna propose to Megan? 1238 00:47:41,934 --> 00:47:43,800 - Yeah, and I need your help. 1239 00:47:43,934 --> 00:47:44,600 - Of course! 1240 00:47:44,734 --> 00:47:47,533 (Cara chuckles) 1241 00:48:02,800 --> 00:48:04,867 (door opens) 1242 00:48:05,000 --> 00:48:06,033 What happened to your nap? 1243 00:48:06,166 --> 00:48:07,867 - Oh, studies say power naps are 1244 00:48:08,000 --> 00:48:10,533 just as effective as traditional naps. 1245 00:48:10,667 --> 00:48:11,667 - Well, since you're refreshed, 1246 00:48:11,800 --> 00:48:13,834 what are the odds that Ben and I could steal you away 1247 00:48:13,967 --> 00:48:15,200 for a sunset drink? 1248 00:48:15,333 --> 00:48:16,667 - You know, can we make it a twilight drink? 1249 00:48:16,800 --> 00:48:18,433 I just have a lot to do before trivia night. 1250 00:48:18,567 --> 00:48:19,433 - Better views at sunset. 1251 00:48:19,567 --> 00:48:20,834 - It's harder to get a table. 1252 00:48:20,967 --> 00:48:22,467 - Good thing we reserved a fireplace. 1253 00:48:22,600 --> 00:48:24,133 (both chuckling) 1254 00:48:24,266 --> 00:48:26,633 I am not taking no for an answer. 1255 00:48:26,767 --> 00:48:28,600 - I am busy because I love you. 1256 00:48:28,734 --> 00:48:31,500 - Oh, I love you too, but love means a lot of things. 1257 00:48:31,633 --> 00:48:33,467 - Yes, it does, like sacrifice. 1258 00:48:33,600 --> 00:48:35,200 - Love is being there. 1259 00:48:35,333 --> 00:48:36,867 - And being accountable. 1260 00:48:37,000 --> 00:48:38,300 - Not to mention flexible. 1261 00:48:38,433 --> 00:48:39,367 - We could go on all day, couldn't we? 1262 00:48:39,500 --> 00:48:41,433 - Not really. We have our reservation at sunset. 1263 00:48:41,567 --> 00:48:43,533 (both chuckling) 1264 00:48:43,667 --> 00:48:44,633 Let me do this for you. 1265 00:48:44,767 --> 00:48:46,967 Just a couple of hours. 1266 00:48:47,100 --> 00:48:48,600 Megan, you are the best maid of honor 1267 00:48:48,734 --> 00:48:50,033 that anyone could ever ask for. 1268 00:48:50,166 --> 00:48:52,033 And no one could be more appreciative than me, 1269 00:48:52,166 --> 00:48:53,500 down to the very last- 1270 00:48:53,633 --> 00:48:56,834 (objects crunching) 1271 00:48:56,967 --> 00:48:57,834 Pine cone. 1272 00:49:03,133 --> 00:49:04,233 - That's okay. 1273 00:49:04,367 --> 00:49:05,133 It's okay. 1274 00:49:06,734 --> 00:49:07,700 (Cara chuckles) 1275 00:49:07,834 --> 00:49:10,667 (gentle music) 1276 00:49:10,800 --> 00:49:12,166 We've gotta be able to find pine cones 1277 00:49:12,300 --> 00:49:13,533 somewhere around here. 1278 00:49:13,667 --> 00:49:14,900 - Well, hopefully, on the speedy side, 1279 00:49:15,033 --> 00:49:16,867 don't wanna miss our sunset drinks. 1280 00:49:17,000 --> 00:49:17,767 - Over there. 1281 00:49:19,633 --> 00:49:21,500 - What? We can't reach those. 1282 00:49:21,633 --> 00:49:23,567 - Of course we can, if you give me a boost. 1283 00:49:23,700 --> 00:49:24,867 - Are you serious? 1284 00:49:25,000 --> 00:49:26,166 - Yeah, we used to do it all the time as kids. 1285 00:49:26,300 --> 00:49:27,066 Come on, come on. - Oh, goodness. 1286 00:49:27,200 --> 00:49:28,266 I mean, the ground's 1287 00:49:28,400 --> 00:49:30,400 not exactly stable. - Ready, one. 1288 00:49:30,533 --> 00:49:32,100 - This is bad. - Two. 1289 00:49:32,233 --> 00:49:33,166 - Please, please, please. - Three. 1290 00:49:33,300 --> 00:49:35,233 - Please. Oh. (Megan grunting) 1291 00:49:35,367 --> 00:49:36,333 Boy. You got it? 1292 00:49:36,467 --> 00:49:37,233 - No. No! 1293 00:49:38,567 --> 00:49:39,333 (Megan grunts) - Oh! 1294 00:49:39,467 --> 00:49:40,500 I'm losing... 1295 00:49:40,633 --> 00:49:42,667 (both screaming) 1296 00:49:42,800 --> 00:49:43,600 - [Megan] Oh! 1297 00:49:46,000 --> 00:49:48,200 - Would it be that awful if two people didn't have 1298 00:49:48,333 --> 00:49:50,533 pine cone holders for their place cards? 1299 00:49:50,667 --> 00:49:51,333 - I doubt they'll even notice. 1300 00:49:51,467 --> 00:49:52,934 (Cara sighs) (pine cone clatters) 1301 00:49:53,066 --> 00:49:55,633 (both laughing) 1302 00:49:57,233 --> 00:49:59,734 (gentle music) 1303 00:50:01,533 --> 00:50:02,567 - [Ben] How's the chocolate fondue? 1304 00:50:02,700 --> 00:50:03,867 - Perfect temp. 1305 00:50:04,000 --> 00:50:06,667 And for the record, I did not sneak one bite. 1306 00:50:06,800 --> 00:50:07,533 - Liar. 1307 00:50:07,667 --> 00:50:08,533 Proud of you. 1308 00:50:08,667 --> 00:50:10,066 The champagne is chilled. 1309 00:50:10,200 --> 00:50:12,667 - Okay, Mom's on the way. (cellphone chimes) 1310 00:50:12,800 --> 00:50:13,533 - And that's Daniel. 1311 00:50:13,667 --> 00:50:15,500 Okay, he's heading over with the box. 1312 00:50:15,633 --> 00:50:17,800 - Great. - Now, all we need is Sean. 1313 00:50:18,800 --> 00:50:20,100 - And Megan. 1314 00:50:20,233 --> 00:50:21,100 I'll go nudge her. 1315 00:50:25,033 --> 00:50:27,934 - You know what, Zoey? I am done obsessing over the details. 1316 00:50:28,066 --> 00:50:29,500 If the dresses are ready, just bring them up. 1317 00:50:29,633 --> 00:50:31,600 - Oh, they're ready. Altered, paid for. 1318 00:50:31,734 --> 00:50:33,166 - So? - I mean, they're gorgeous. 1319 00:50:33,300 --> 00:50:35,066 It's just a choice. 1320 00:50:35,200 --> 00:50:36,767 - I don't understand. 1321 00:50:36,900 --> 00:50:39,834 - How about I send you a photo, just in case? 1322 00:50:39,967 --> 00:50:40,734 (camera snaps) - Sure, sure. 1323 00:50:40,867 --> 00:50:42,066 Do what you gotta do. 1324 00:50:42,200 --> 00:50:44,400 You know what, Zoey? I gotta get going. 1325 00:50:44,533 --> 00:50:46,767 Just bring the dresses up in one piece, okay? 1326 00:50:47,667 --> 00:50:48,633 - All right. Okay. 1327 00:50:49,800 --> 00:50:52,567 - Hey. So, do I need my purse? 1328 00:50:52,700 --> 00:50:53,667 My coat? 1329 00:50:53,800 --> 00:50:55,600 Anything? - No and no, just you. 1330 00:50:55,734 --> 00:50:56,934 Let's go. 1331 00:50:57,066 --> 00:50:59,900 - Okay. (Cara laughs) 1332 00:51:00,100 --> 00:51:01,633 (door opens) 1333 00:51:01,767 --> 00:51:03,967 (cellphone chimes) (cellphone buzzes) 1334 00:51:04,100 --> 00:51:04,900 (door closes) 1335 00:51:05,033 --> 00:51:06,734 - Hey, man, looking sharp. 1336 00:51:06,867 --> 00:51:09,166 - Yeah, well, I'm really nervous, so- 1337 00:51:09,300 --> 00:51:10,500 - Don't worry about that. 1338 00:51:10,633 --> 00:51:11,734 Look, we've got it all under control. 1339 00:51:11,867 --> 00:51:14,734 Getting Megan overseas with you, that's what's important. 1340 00:51:14,867 --> 00:51:15,600 - I love your enthusiasm, 1341 00:51:15,734 --> 00:51:18,266 but that's a separate conversation. 1342 00:51:18,400 --> 00:51:20,100 Megan's got like a full-blown career, 1343 00:51:20,233 --> 00:51:21,600 and I just can't swoop in and like- 1344 00:51:21,734 --> 00:51:23,233 - Oh, she'd go. 1345 00:51:23,367 --> 00:51:24,133 Hypothetically. 1346 00:51:24,266 --> 00:51:24,934 - What about the magazine? 1347 00:51:25,066 --> 00:51:26,667 - She can work remotely. 1348 00:51:26,800 --> 00:51:28,700 Not that she's asked or looked it up. 1349 00:51:30,367 --> 00:51:31,667 (Ben chuckles) (Michelle gasps) 1350 00:51:31,800 --> 00:51:32,600 The ring is here. 1351 00:51:32,734 --> 00:51:34,467 It's happening. 1352 00:51:34,600 --> 00:51:36,633 - [Sean] Guys, I just had one thing 1353 00:51:36,767 --> 00:51:38,333 that I wanted to talk to you about before- 1354 00:51:38,467 --> 00:51:39,567 - She's heading over. You have your speech prepared? 1355 00:51:39,700 --> 00:51:42,633 - Yeah. Yeah, I've got it prepared, but I just wanted to- 1356 00:51:42,767 --> 00:51:44,500 - She's here, act normal. 1357 00:51:45,700 --> 00:51:47,767 - Hey, guys. Sorry I'm late. 1358 00:51:47,900 --> 00:51:48,734 Mom? 1359 00:51:48,867 --> 00:51:49,800 Hi! - Hi! 1360 00:51:50,600 --> 00:51:51,734 - [Megan] Hey. 1361 00:51:51,867 --> 00:51:52,500 - [Michelle] I was just passing through, 1362 00:51:52,633 --> 00:51:53,600 thought I'd join you. 1363 00:51:53,734 --> 00:51:54,667 - [Megan] That's nice... 1364 00:51:54,800 --> 00:51:55,600 Sean, hi! 1365 00:51:57,600 --> 00:51:58,367 - Hey. 1366 00:52:00,767 --> 00:52:02,600 I wish I was there with you in person, 1367 00:52:03,667 --> 00:52:04,633 where this all started. 1368 00:52:04,767 --> 00:52:06,233 - Hurry. - Yeah, I'm trying. 1369 00:52:06,367 --> 00:52:07,567 - Okay. 1370 00:52:07,700 --> 00:52:08,700 - A few years ago, we all had drinks 1371 00:52:08,834 --> 00:52:10,734 around the fire for the first time. 1372 00:52:10,867 --> 00:52:15,533 Who would have thought that it was a beginning 1373 00:52:15,667 --> 00:52:16,900 of something much bigger. 1374 00:52:17,033 --> 00:52:18,500 - Oh. 1375 00:52:18,633 --> 00:52:19,734 - And now... 1376 00:52:19,867 --> 00:52:20,834 (Cara gasps) (box thuds) 1377 00:52:20,967 --> 00:52:22,333 - Cara, did you... 1378 00:52:23,767 --> 00:52:24,934 What are you doing? 1379 00:52:26,000 --> 00:52:30,767 - I am so thrilled to have the honor of showing you (sighs) 1380 00:52:32,834 --> 00:52:37,834 the most beautiful pair of men's cufflinks I have ever seen. 1381 00:52:38,667 --> 00:52:40,333 (Cara chuckles) 1382 00:52:40,467 --> 00:52:42,667 - Sean was worried they wouldn't get here on time. 1383 00:52:42,800 --> 00:52:43,667 - [Cara] Oh. 1384 00:52:43,800 --> 00:52:45,166 - Look, they came, babe. 1385 00:52:45,300 --> 00:52:46,667 - They're here. (Megan laughs) 1386 00:52:46,800 --> 00:52:48,333 - Yeah. - Yay. 1387 00:52:48,467 --> 00:52:50,367 - One of several packages that I sent to the hotel, 1388 00:52:50,500 --> 00:52:52,734 like I was trying to tell you. 1389 00:52:52,867 --> 00:52:54,000 - [Cara] Surprise, Ben! 1390 00:52:54,133 --> 00:52:55,900 (Cara chuckles) - You got me! 1391 00:52:56,033 --> 00:52:58,734 - Yeah, and we were all here to see it. 1392 00:52:59,867 --> 00:53:01,367 Cheers. 1393 00:53:01,500 --> 00:53:03,600 To the best friends anyone could ever ask for. 1394 00:53:05,000 --> 00:53:06,967 - Cara, shouldn't we pop the champagne first? 1395 00:53:07,100 --> 00:53:08,400 - Oh. Right. 1396 00:53:08,533 --> 00:53:09,867 That's why you're in charge. 1397 00:53:10,000 --> 00:53:11,467 Okay. 1398 00:53:11,600 --> 00:53:12,667 Perfectly chilled. 1399 00:53:13,567 --> 00:53:14,867 It's gonna be great. 1400 00:53:15,000 --> 00:53:17,033 Sean, I'm so sorry. 1401 00:53:17,166 --> 00:53:18,633 I don't even know what to say. 1402 00:53:18,767 --> 00:53:20,800 - I do. Blame me, I'm the one who jumped the gun. 1403 00:53:20,934 --> 00:53:22,133 But thanks to your quick thinking, 1404 00:53:22,266 --> 00:53:23,700 I don't think she actually realized. 1405 00:53:23,834 --> 00:53:24,967 - [Sean] I'm sure the ring will be there soon, 1406 00:53:25,100 --> 00:53:27,900 but the truth is, my timing is way off. 1407 00:53:28,033 --> 00:53:29,100 - No, no, no, no, no. - No, come on, Sean. 1408 00:53:29,233 --> 00:53:30,700 - [Sean] You two are getting married. 1409 00:53:30,834 --> 00:53:31,667 Tomorrow! 1410 00:53:32,367 --> 00:53:34,600 Let's just focus on that, okay? 1411 00:53:34,734 --> 00:53:35,600 - All right. 1412 00:53:35,734 --> 00:53:36,934 - Sounds good. - Thanks, man. 1413 00:53:37,066 --> 00:53:38,967 - [Sean] All right. I'll give you a call later. 1414 00:53:39,867 --> 00:53:40,900 - So much for that. 1415 00:53:42,567 --> 00:53:44,567 - What's with the squirrel cufflinks? 1416 00:53:46,100 --> 00:53:47,133 - It's a secret. 1417 00:53:47,266 --> 00:53:49,400 - A secret squirrel? 1418 00:53:49,533 --> 00:53:50,700 - Exactly. 1419 00:53:50,834 --> 00:53:52,500 - Do you wanna tell me what it means? 1420 00:53:55,166 --> 00:53:57,100 - Wouldn't be much of a secret if I did. 1421 00:53:57,233 --> 00:53:58,000 - Huh. 1422 00:54:10,100 --> 00:54:11,400 What's that? 1423 00:54:11,533 --> 00:54:12,600 A love letter? 1424 00:54:13,266 --> 00:54:14,600 - [Daniel] Read it and see. 1425 00:54:15,934 --> 00:54:18,000 - March 1948. 1426 00:54:18,133 --> 00:54:19,633 Dear Clara, I've just had 1427 00:54:19,767 --> 00:54:21,667 the most glorious day at the lodge, 1428 00:54:21,800 --> 00:54:25,500 but a cloud comes over me when I think of you. 1429 00:54:25,633 --> 00:54:30,300 Sadly, for some love stories are simply not meant to be. 1430 00:54:30,433 --> 00:54:33,567 I fear that once lost, trust is gone forever. 1431 00:54:34,433 --> 00:54:37,400 But don't despair, I know you'll love again. 1432 00:54:37,533 --> 00:54:38,500 All my love, M. 1433 00:54:41,767 --> 00:54:43,567 (Cara sighs) 1434 00:54:43,700 --> 00:54:46,367 Deception, a tragic breakup. 1435 00:54:47,633 --> 00:54:48,367 - Go on. 1436 00:54:49,767 --> 00:54:50,767 - Oh. 1437 00:54:52,166 --> 00:54:54,333 I didn't know that Clara was the perpetrator, 1438 00:54:54,467 --> 00:54:56,133 and Max the victim. 1439 00:54:56,266 --> 00:54:57,734 - And that's who sent it? 1440 00:54:58,934 --> 00:55:00,800 - Well, who else could've written it? 1441 00:55:08,934 --> 00:55:11,734 (Megan sighs) 1442 00:55:11,867 --> 00:55:13,133 I mean, I gotta hand it to you, 1443 00:55:13,266 --> 00:55:15,600 I wasn't sure about these shirts, 1444 00:55:15,734 --> 00:55:18,300 but we are gonna look cute while kicking butt. 1445 00:55:18,433 --> 00:55:19,266 - Oh, yeah. 1446 00:55:19,400 --> 00:55:20,800 (Megan chuckles) 1447 00:55:20,934 --> 00:55:24,033 (Megan sighs) 1448 00:55:24,166 --> 00:55:24,900 - All good? 1449 00:55:25,033 --> 00:55:25,734 - Huh? 1450 00:55:25,867 --> 00:55:27,734 - You seem distracted. 1451 00:55:27,867 --> 00:55:28,633 - Oh. 1452 00:55:28,767 --> 00:55:30,066 - Please tell me it's not craft-related. 1453 00:55:30,200 --> 00:55:31,200 - Oh, no, no, no. 1454 00:55:31,333 --> 00:55:32,800 It's just that... 1455 00:55:34,033 --> 00:55:38,367 Sean was acting a little odd earlier today, don't you think? 1456 00:55:38,500 --> 00:55:40,133 - Weddings make everyone emotional. 1457 00:55:41,500 --> 00:55:42,967 - Yeah. You're right. 1458 00:55:43,100 --> 00:55:44,600 Well, it's getting late. 1459 00:55:44,734 --> 00:55:45,734 I better head down there, make sure everything's in order. 1460 00:55:45,867 --> 00:55:46,467 See you there? - Yeah. 1461 00:55:46,600 --> 00:55:48,000 I'll grab my phone. - Okay. 1462 00:55:49,333 --> 00:55:50,533 - Hello? - Oh, hey, Ray. 1463 00:55:50,667 --> 00:55:51,433 - [Ray] Hey. 1464 00:55:51,567 --> 00:55:54,266 - I better see you wearing one of these. 1465 00:55:54,400 --> 00:55:55,367 Trivia. - Oh. 1466 00:55:55,500 --> 00:55:56,734 Oh, that's my color. 1467 00:55:56,867 --> 00:55:57,834 (both chuckling) 1468 00:55:57,967 --> 00:56:00,100 I'm just dropping off a sentimental gift for Cara. 1469 00:56:00,233 --> 00:56:02,200 - Oh. Well, I'll leave you to it, then. 1470 00:56:02,333 --> 00:56:03,667 - Dad. - Hey. 1471 00:56:03,800 --> 00:56:05,500 - [Cara] Hey. 1472 00:56:05,633 --> 00:56:07,667 - Well, I heard sometimes people sew a bit 1473 00:56:07,800 --> 00:56:10,133 of their mum's wedding dress into the lining for good luck. 1474 00:56:10,266 --> 00:56:12,033 I wasn't sure what part you'd want, 1475 00:56:12,166 --> 00:56:14,600 so I had the whole thing cleaned. 1476 00:56:14,734 --> 00:56:17,600 - Dad. This is beautiful. 1477 00:56:17,734 --> 00:56:18,734 Thank you. 1478 00:56:21,000 --> 00:56:23,300 I forgot what an eye for fashion Mom had. 1479 00:56:24,300 --> 00:56:25,700 - Yeah, she had a lot of gifts. 1480 00:56:27,233 --> 00:56:29,700 Well, I'll let you get ready, then. 1481 00:56:29,834 --> 00:56:30,633 - Okay. 1482 00:56:31,934 --> 00:56:32,900 - Unless you wanna talk. 1483 00:56:34,133 --> 00:56:35,934 (Cara sighs) 1484 00:56:36,066 --> 00:56:36,834 What? 1485 00:56:40,734 --> 00:56:42,133 (Cara sighs) 1486 00:56:42,266 --> 00:56:46,867 - It's just Ben is being so secretive. 1487 00:56:47,000 --> 00:56:49,166 It's not what I imagined for our marriage. 1488 00:56:50,467 --> 00:56:51,400 - If you're worried about Ben, don't be. 1489 00:56:51,533 --> 00:56:55,133 Hey, I spent years analyzing people for a living, 1490 00:56:56,400 --> 00:56:57,500 he's a good guy. 1491 00:56:57,633 --> 00:56:59,367 - Yeah, but good guys keep secrets too. 1492 00:57:00,667 --> 00:57:02,200 - Well, so he's not an open book. 1493 00:57:03,166 --> 00:57:05,300 That isn't always a bad thing in a marriage. 1494 00:57:06,400 --> 00:57:07,567 Well, when I married your mom, 1495 00:57:07,700 --> 00:57:10,000 I took her to Waikiki for our honeymoon. 1496 00:57:10,133 --> 00:57:13,133 She was so excited, "I can't wait to go surfing with you." 1497 00:57:15,033 --> 00:57:16,533 We get there, and guess what? 1498 00:57:16,667 --> 00:57:17,834 - No. (Ray laughs) 1499 00:57:17,967 --> 00:57:18,834 She couldn't swim. 1500 00:57:18,967 --> 00:57:20,033 - Bingo. - Oh, no. 1501 00:57:21,867 --> 00:57:24,166 Well, she always called it an epic trip. 1502 00:57:24,300 --> 00:57:26,934 - Yeah, spent in the shallow end of the pool, but yes. 1503 00:57:27,066 --> 00:57:28,734 - Well, that's Mom for you. 1504 00:57:28,867 --> 00:57:31,066 She always glossed things over to make people happy. 1505 00:57:31,200 --> 00:57:33,900 - Which, in a weird way, helped us have a good marriage. 1506 00:57:35,133 --> 00:57:38,200 I'm just saying, sometimes flaws can turn out to be virtues. 1507 00:57:39,900 --> 00:57:41,600 Just depends on how you look at it. 1508 00:57:45,834 --> 00:57:47,333 - No, I get it, it's a dead end. 1509 00:57:47,467 --> 00:57:49,767 Just keep trying with Aldera Creek, thanks. 1510 00:57:51,834 --> 00:57:53,166 (both chuckling) 1511 00:57:53,300 --> 00:57:54,934 - Yeah? You like it? 1512 00:57:55,066 --> 00:57:56,700 What's Aldera Creek? 1513 00:57:57,633 --> 00:57:59,500 - Nothing. Just a company I'm researching. 1514 00:57:59,633 --> 00:58:01,600 - Oh? Why? 1515 00:58:01,734 --> 00:58:04,967 - I'm hoping they can help me with something. 1516 00:58:05,934 --> 00:58:06,867 - With what? 1517 00:58:07,000 --> 00:58:11,734 - You know, five minutes before a trivia contest, 1518 00:58:11,867 --> 00:58:13,667 you might wanna switch into question answering mode. 1519 00:58:13,800 --> 00:58:15,867 - Yeah, well, I could say the same about you. 1520 00:58:17,867 --> 00:58:18,934 (hand knocking) 1521 00:58:19,066 --> 00:58:20,266 - You ready for battle? 1522 00:58:22,200 --> 00:58:23,467 - Ready as I'll ever be. 1523 00:58:23,600 --> 00:58:26,734 (Michelle chuckles) 1524 00:58:26,867 --> 00:58:27,867 - Okay. 1525 00:58:31,300 --> 00:58:32,567 - [Zoey] Hey! 1526 00:58:32,700 --> 00:58:33,800 - Ah, brilliant. You made it just in time. 1527 00:58:33,934 --> 00:58:36,066 - I didn't hear back from you, so I figured- 1528 00:58:36,200 --> 00:58:37,900 - [Michelle] Hey, Ben's on his way. 1529 00:58:38,033 --> 00:58:38,734 - Oh. (Michelle chuckles) 1530 00:58:38,867 --> 00:58:39,800 Should I take these up to your room? 1531 00:58:39,934 --> 00:58:41,100 - Oh, no, no, no, no, no. 1532 00:58:41,233 --> 00:58:42,333 Call me superstitious, but I don't want Ben 1533 00:58:42,467 --> 00:58:44,333 to even cross paths with that dress. 1534 00:58:44,467 --> 00:58:46,333 Why don't you run them to the front desk? 1535 00:58:46,467 --> 00:58:47,734 The valet can steam away any wrinkles 1536 00:58:47,867 --> 00:58:48,500 that they got in the ride. 1537 00:58:48,633 --> 00:58:49,567 They'll be ready in the morning. 1538 00:58:49,700 --> 00:58:50,800 - Copy that. 1539 00:58:50,934 --> 00:58:51,433 - Oh, hey, hey, hey. (Megan chuckles) 1540 00:58:51,567 --> 00:58:52,900 - Oh, right. 1541 00:58:53,033 --> 00:58:54,800 And put this on. 1542 00:58:54,934 --> 00:58:55,834 (Michelle chuckles) - Okay. 1543 00:58:55,967 --> 00:58:57,000 - [Megan] Okay. 1544 00:58:57,967 --> 00:58:59,667 What do we have here? - Okay. 1545 00:58:59,800 --> 00:59:01,900 It's all chilled, ready to go. 1546 00:59:02,033 --> 00:59:03,867 - Hey, you guys go ahead, I'll catch up. 1547 00:59:04,000 --> 00:59:04,967 - You sure? - Yeah. 1548 00:59:05,100 --> 00:59:06,300 Just make me a plate. 1549 00:59:06,433 --> 00:59:07,934 All the good stuff goes fast. 1550 00:59:09,367 --> 00:59:11,033 Quick question, does the name 1551 00:59:11,166 --> 00:59:13,567 Aldera Creek mean anything to you? 1552 00:59:15,000 --> 00:59:16,033 - No. 1553 00:59:17,700 --> 00:59:19,333 - I tell you what, I'll write it down 1554 00:59:19,467 --> 00:59:21,533 in case you change your mind. 1555 00:59:21,667 --> 00:59:23,667 Alderra... 1556 00:59:24,500 --> 00:59:25,667 - It's just one R. 1557 00:59:27,667 --> 00:59:28,734 (Daniel sighs) 1558 00:59:28,867 --> 00:59:29,867 - So you do know it. 1559 00:59:32,100 --> 00:59:33,900 - Look, I'll tell you the same thing that I told Ben, 1560 00:59:34,033 --> 00:59:36,400 it was on one of the mailboxes behind the front desk, 1561 00:59:36,533 --> 00:59:37,900 way back when I was a bellhop. 1562 00:59:38,033 --> 00:59:39,500 - And now it's gone? 1563 00:59:39,633 --> 00:59:41,800 - Far as I know, they haven't gotten mail in years. 1564 00:59:41,934 --> 00:59:42,934 - Huh. 1565 00:59:44,934 --> 00:59:46,867 Something about this name... 1566 00:59:48,600 --> 00:59:49,367 Mm. 1567 00:59:50,300 --> 00:59:51,066 Thanks. 1568 00:59:53,033 --> 00:59:55,166 - Okay, people, who's ready to play?! 1569 00:59:55,300 --> 00:59:57,667 (guests cheering) 1570 00:59:57,800 --> 01:00:00,200 Welcome to Bride & Groom Trivia. 1571 01:00:00,333 --> 01:00:02,000 (guests cheering) 1572 01:00:02,133 --> 01:00:04,834 The event we've all been waiting for! 1573 01:00:04,967 --> 01:00:06,066 Ooh, except for the one tomorrow night. 1574 01:00:06,200 --> 01:00:07,900 - Right. (guests laughing) 1575 01:00:08,033 --> 01:00:09,500 - Tonight, we will answer 1576 01:00:09,633 --> 01:00:12,133 the question that all couples face: 1577 01:00:12,266 --> 01:00:14,800 How well do we know each other, and who is right. 1578 01:00:14,934 --> 01:00:16,667 - Oh, I think we all know the answer to that. 1579 01:00:16,800 --> 01:00:18,834 - Oh, we know who talks a big game. 1580 01:00:18,967 --> 01:00:20,400 - And everyone, you're more than welcome 1581 01:00:20,533 --> 01:00:22,133 to lay down the smack. (guests laughing) 1582 01:00:22,266 --> 01:00:22,900 - Remember, you two have to be in love 1583 01:00:23,033 --> 01:00:25,400 in the morning, so fight fair. 1584 01:00:25,533 --> 01:00:27,734 (guests laughing) Okay, multiple choice: 1585 01:00:27,867 --> 01:00:30,967 What was Ben's most endearing secret as a teenager? 1586 01:00:31,100 --> 01:00:33,400 A, loved polka music; 1587 01:00:33,533 --> 01:00:36,834 B, ate the same thing for lunch every day; 1588 01:00:36,967 --> 01:00:39,800 or C, frosted tips. 1589 01:00:39,934 --> 01:00:43,200 Oh, and remember, all or none are always on the table. 1590 01:00:43,333 --> 01:00:44,700 - None of the above. 1591 01:00:44,834 --> 01:00:45,800 If any of those were true, I would know. 1592 01:00:45,934 --> 01:00:47,867 - Mm-hm. - Sean would've told me. 1593 01:00:48,000 --> 01:00:49,800 (guests laughing) - Mm. 1594 01:00:49,934 --> 01:00:51,834 - You wanna deliver the bad news? 1595 01:00:51,967 --> 01:00:53,967 - Actually, it's C. 1596 01:00:54,100 --> 01:00:55,467 I swore Sean to secrecy. 1597 01:00:55,600 --> 01:00:56,700 (guests laughing) - Of course. 1598 01:00:56,834 --> 01:00:57,734 Really? - What? 1599 01:00:57,867 --> 01:00:58,834 - Frosted tips? 1600 01:00:58,967 --> 01:01:00,433 - Why can't I remember that? 1601 01:01:00,567 --> 01:01:02,066 - Well, you might've thought they were natural. 1602 01:01:02,200 --> 01:01:02,967 I knew how to blend them. 1603 01:01:03,100 --> 01:01:04,467 - Oh. - Oh. 1604 01:01:04,600 --> 01:01:06,400 - Wow. - I don't believe that. 1605 01:01:06,533 --> 01:01:08,033 - That's negative one for Team Bride. 1606 01:01:08,166 --> 01:01:09,934 - But it was well worth the intel. 1607 01:01:10,066 --> 01:01:11,633 (guests laughing) - Yes. 1608 01:01:11,767 --> 01:01:12,734 - Okay, moving on. 1609 01:01:12,867 --> 01:01:15,967 As a little girl, Cara spent most of her time doing 1610 01:01:16,100 --> 01:01:21,100 A, daydreaming; B, writing; or C, dancing. 1611 01:01:21,667 --> 01:01:23,633 - Easy. A, daydreaming. 1612 01:01:23,767 --> 01:01:26,200 Cara spins everything into a mystery. 1613 01:01:26,333 --> 01:01:27,433 - Writing. - No! 1614 01:01:27,567 --> 01:01:28,200 (guests laughing) 1615 01:01:28,333 --> 01:01:30,100 - And I still have her journals. 1616 01:01:30,233 --> 01:01:31,900 - I thought it was too obvious. 1617 01:01:32,033 --> 01:01:33,533 - That's a point for Team Bride! 1618 01:01:33,667 --> 01:01:36,400 (guests cheering) 1619 01:01:39,033 --> 01:01:39,867 - [Daniel] Oh, hey, Ms. Reneau. 1620 01:01:40,000 --> 01:01:40,800 Sounds like fun in there. 1621 01:01:40,934 --> 01:01:42,133 - Yeah, it's halftime. 1622 01:01:42,266 --> 01:01:43,934 Don't tell me you've got more? 1623 01:01:44,066 --> 01:01:46,066 - Oh, just some finishing touches. 1624 01:01:46,200 --> 01:01:47,166 - Oh. 1625 01:01:47,867 --> 01:01:50,066 Did you do something to this? 1626 01:01:50,200 --> 01:01:51,567 It looks different. 1627 01:01:51,700 --> 01:01:53,767 - I replaced that dusty old glass. 1628 01:01:53,900 --> 01:01:56,800 It's a miracle you could read anything through it before. 1629 01:01:56,934 --> 01:01:57,667 - Well, apparently, I couldn't. 1630 01:01:57,800 --> 01:02:01,166 I thought the date on this was 1948. 1631 01:02:01,900 --> 01:02:04,000 - The writer crosses their sevens. 1632 01:02:04,133 --> 01:02:05,967 It's easy to confuse. 1633 01:02:06,100 --> 01:02:06,834 - Huh. 1634 01:02:06,967 --> 01:02:09,467 So this was actually written in 1978. 1635 01:02:09,600 --> 01:02:11,333 - Mysteries of Clara Lake. 1636 01:02:11,467 --> 01:02:12,667 - Hm. 1637 01:02:12,800 --> 01:02:16,000 - That reminds me, I mentioned Aldera Creek 1638 01:02:16,133 --> 01:02:17,433 to the guy who sorts the mail. 1639 01:02:17,567 --> 01:02:19,266 He said they still get junk mail sometimes. 1640 01:02:19,400 --> 01:02:22,133 In fact, some came for them this week. 1641 01:02:22,266 --> 01:02:24,100 - Excuse me. - Oh, one sec. 1642 01:02:24,233 --> 01:02:24,934 Excuse me. - Yeah. 1643 01:02:25,066 --> 01:02:27,033 - Yeah, sorry. - How can I help you? 1644 01:02:27,166 --> 01:02:28,200 - [Man] Thanks. 1645 01:02:28,333 --> 01:02:30,200 Yeah, I was wondering if you could... 1646 01:02:32,900 --> 01:02:35,133 (camera snapping) 1647 01:02:35,266 --> 01:02:36,033 - [Daniel] Right, yes. 1648 01:02:36,166 --> 01:02:38,133 Check out is actually at 11. 1649 01:02:38,266 --> 01:02:43,200 - And with a score of 12 to 10, the winner is Team Bride! 1650 01:02:44,166 --> 01:02:45,000 (guests cheering) 1651 01:02:45,133 --> 01:02:46,200 - Yes. 1652 01:02:46,333 --> 01:02:47,967 - Okay, everyone, stay warm, 1653 01:02:48,100 --> 01:02:49,133 and we'll see you all tomorrow 1654 01:02:49,266 --> 01:02:50,533 at the chalet for the big event. 1655 01:02:50,667 --> 01:02:55,200 - Woo! (guests cheering) 1656 01:02:55,333 --> 01:02:56,834 - I'm not gonna say it was rigged, 1657 01:02:56,967 --> 01:02:59,300 but there were a lot of questions about boy bands. 1658 01:02:59,433 --> 01:03:02,767 Not to mention that Team Bride must've been highly confident 1659 01:03:02,900 --> 01:03:05,000 to have the trophy engraved in advance. 1660 01:03:05,133 --> 01:03:07,934 - Or we had two made. 1661 01:03:08,066 --> 01:03:09,000 (Ben chuckles) 1662 01:03:09,133 --> 01:03:11,233 - Can't out-detective the mystery writer, can I? 1663 01:03:11,367 --> 01:03:15,033 - No, you can't. Actually, I notice everything. 1664 01:03:15,166 --> 01:03:18,166 Like, when you said you were busy with Camp Snow, 1665 01:03:18,300 --> 01:03:21,033 but the season closed yesterday. 1666 01:03:21,166 --> 01:03:22,867 What's really going on, Ben? 1667 01:03:24,734 --> 01:03:26,200 - Let's go someplace quiet. 1668 01:03:27,633 --> 01:03:30,100 (gentle music) 1669 01:03:31,467 --> 01:03:32,567 So that's where I'm at. 1670 01:03:32,700 --> 01:03:33,834 (Ben sighs) 1671 01:03:33,967 --> 01:03:35,834 Trying to get in touch with Aldera Creek, 1672 01:03:35,967 --> 01:03:39,100 but, so far, radio silence. 1673 01:03:40,367 --> 01:03:41,900 - Well, thanks for telling me. 1674 01:03:42,033 --> 01:03:44,500 I just wish you had told me sooner. 1675 01:03:44,633 --> 01:03:46,066 - I was trying to wait for the story 1676 01:03:46,200 --> 01:03:47,900 to have a happily ever after. 1677 01:03:48,033 --> 01:03:49,734 Saving this place, for us, 1678 01:03:49,867 --> 01:03:53,033 for Camp Snow, for future generations, 1679 01:03:53,166 --> 01:03:55,333 that would've been the next chapter. 1680 01:03:55,467 --> 01:03:58,567 But unless I can find this shareholder, it's a no-go. 1681 01:03:58,700 --> 01:04:00,266 - Well, what if I could help? 1682 01:04:00,400 --> 01:04:01,800 - How? 1683 01:04:01,934 --> 01:04:03,567 - Well, after you mentioned the name Aldera Creek, 1684 01:04:03,700 --> 01:04:05,266 I asked around. 1685 01:04:05,400 --> 01:04:06,934 You know that they used to have a P.O. box 1686 01:04:07,066 --> 01:04:07,967 here at the Lodge... 1687 01:04:08,100 --> 01:04:09,800 - Yeah, but Daniel said they hadn't gotten 1688 01:04:09,934 --> 01:04:11,100 any letters in years. 1689 01:04:11,233 --> 01:04:14,967 - No letters, but what they do get reveals their identity. 1690 01:04:18,600 --> 01:04:19,367 Junk mail. 1691 01:04:32,934 --> 01:04:33,700 - Hi. 1692 01:04:34,433 --> 01:04:36,166 That sounded like fun in there. 1693 01:04:36,300 --> 01:04:38,100 - It's quite the ramp up for our big day tomorrow. 1694 01:04:38,233 --> 01:04:40,500 - Indeed, you two had better rest up. 1695 01:04:40,633 --> 01:04:42,300 - First, I had a question for you. 1696 01:04:42,433 --> 01:04:44,000 - About the new book? 1697 01:04:44,133 --> 01:04:45,533 - Not exactly. 1698 01:04:47,133 --> 01:04:49,867 What do you know about the Aldera Creek Corporation? 1699 01:04:50,567 --> 01:04:52,200 - What do you know about it? 1700 01:04:52,333 --> 01:04:55,867 - Well, I know that their sheet music catalogs 1701 01:04:56,000 --> 01:04:57,467 still come to the hotel. 1702 01:04:59,967 --> 01:05:01,433 Aldera Creek, it's you. 1703 01:05:03,166 --> 01:05:05,166 - I'm gonna tell you what I told Weatherly, 1704 01:05:05,300 --> 01:05:07,100 I'm not interested in selling. 1705 01:05:07,233 --> 01:05:08,266 - Okay, but you should know, 1706 01:05:08,400 --> 01:05:11,200 this isn't just another property to me. 1707 01:05:12,400 --> 01:05:14,900 My dad taught me to snowboard here. 1708 01:05:15,033 --> 01:05:17,934 I went to Camp Snow, and it belongs here. 1709 01:05:18,066 --> 01:05:20,066 I met Cara here. 1710 01:05:20,200 --> 01:05:23,066 Clara Lake is more than just an investment to me. 1711 01:05:23,200 --> 01:05:25,066 To me, it's like home. 1712 01:05:26,133 --> 01:05:29,000 And if I'm in charge, I'll make sure it stays that way 1713 01:05:29,133 --> 01:05:30,433 for everyone who loves it. 1714 01:05:30,567 --> 01:05:33,200 - It's always felt like home to me too. Always. 1715 01:05:34,633 --> 01:05:36,967 - You're Max and Clara's daughter, aren't you? 1716 01:05:38,567 --> 01:05:41,066 - Goldie's a nickname I picked up along the way. 1717 01:05:42,133 --> 01:05:44,633 My given name, same as my mother's: Clara Deeker. 1718 01:05:46,133 --> 01:05:48,367 - Same letters as Aldera Creek. 1719 01:05:48,500 --> 01:05:49,467 It's an anagram. 1720 01:05:51,633 --> 01:05:54,200 - She's good. (Clara chuckles) 1721 01:05:54,333 --> 01:05:56,200 - But what about the breakup letter? 1722 01:05:56,333 --> 01:06:00,133 - Well, in 1977, I did go through a difficult breakup. 1723 01:06:00,266 --> 01:06:02,300 And my mother, the other Clara, wrote the note. 1724 01:06:02,433 --> 01:06:03,633 She was right. 1725 01:06:03,767 --> 01:06:05,767 The very next month, I met my future husband. 1726 01:06:05,900 --> 01:06:08,867 - So the M was for Mom, not Max. 1727 01:06:10,967 --> 01:06:13,133 But if your parents were together all that time, 1728 01:06:13,266 --> 01:06:14,967 why weren't there any pictures of them? 1729 01:06:15,100 --> 01:06:16,000 - They were private people 1730 01:06:16,133 --> 01:06:19,100 at a time when you didn't need constant photos 1731 01:06:19,233 --> 01:06:21,433 and status updates to prove you were in love. 1732 01:06:23,200 --> 01:06:25,367 But they were, oh, very much so. 1733 01:06:27,767 --> 01:06:29,233 You kind of remind me of them. 1734 01:06:29,367 --> 01:06:31,166 (Ben chuckles) Quite the duo. 1735 01:06:34,367 --> 01:06:37,233 - Why didn't you just tell me about your parents? 1736 01:06:37,367 --> 01:06:39,000 - I love a good story, 1737 01:06:39,133 --> 01:06:41,600 and yours was way better than the real one. 1738 01:06:41,734 --> 01:06:44,000 (Clara chuckles) (Cara chuckles) 1739 01:06:44,133 --> 01:06:45,633 You should write that book. 1740 01:06:55,400 --> 01:06:57,133 (Megan yawns) 1741 01:06:57,266 --> 01:07:01,367 - Uh-oh, you haven't gotten the crafting bug too, have you? 1742 01:07:01,500 --> 01:07:03,967 - No. This is my mom's dress. 1743 01:07:04,100 --> 01:07:07,300 My dad suggested I sew a piece of it into mine. 1744 01:07:07,433 --> 01:07:10,033 You know, to keep her close. 1745 01:07:10,166 --> 01:07:12,900 - That's a wonderful way to honor her, Cara. 1746 01:07:13,033 --> 01:07:15,533 And fitting, seeing as how she taught us how to sew. 1747 01:07:15,667 --> 01:07:17,033 - Well, you took to it better than I did. 1748 01:07:17,166 --> 01:07:19,233 (Megan laughs) I could never quite 1749 01:07:19,367 --> 01:07:20,467 get it down. 1750 01:07:20,600 --> 01:07:22,500 Oop. - Here, let me. 1751 01:07:22,633 --> 01:07:23,400 - Okay. 1752 01:07:25,000 --> 01:07:27,133 Still trying to keep your mind off Sean? 1753 01:07:27,266 --> 01:07:28,233 - Yup. 1754 01:07:28,367 --> 01:07:29,734 That's what craftopia's all about. 1755 01:07:29,867 --> 01:07:30,667 - I know. 1756 01:07:31,633 --> 01:07:34,633 That's why I left you to it. 1757 01:07:34,767 --> 01:07:35,600 But you know what? 1758 01:07:36,333 --> 01:07:38,367 It's enough of this for tonight. 1759 01:07:38,500 --> 01:07:40,066 You need your rest. 1760 01:07:40,200 --> 01:07:42,000 - I do. - Let's go. 1761 01:07:42,133 --> 01:07:42,900 - Okay. 1762 01:07:44,467 --> 01:07:45,233 (cellphone chimes) (cellphone buzzes) 1763 01:07:45,367 --> 01:07:46,233 Oh, my phone, I've been looking for it. 1764 01:07:46,367 --> 01:07:47,500 - Oh, no, no, no, no. 1765 01:07:47,633 --> 01:07:48,800 - No, no, it could be work, it could be- 1766 01:07:48,934 --> 01:07:50,734 - Whoever it is, it can wait till the morning. 1767 01:07:50,867 --> 01:07:51,734 - [Megan] Yeah, you're right. 1768 01:07:51,867 --> 01:07:53,233 (Cara chuckles) (Megan chuckles) 1769 01:07:53,367 --> 01:07:54,100 - [Cara] There she is. 1770 01:07:54,233 --> 01:07:58,200 (cellphone chimes) (cellphone buzzes) 1771 01:07:58,333 --> 01:08:03,400 (alarm ringing) (Cara groaning) 1772 01:08:04,166 --> 01:08:05,800 - Wake up, Cara. 1773 01:08:05,934 --> 01:08:07,300 It's your special day! 1774 01:08:07,433 --> 01:08:09,066 (Megan chuckles) 1775 01:08:09,200 --> 01:08:14,166 (curtains rustling) (winds blowing) 1776 01:08:17,233 --> 01:08:20,300 On second thought, why don't you sleep in? 1777 01:08:22,033 --> 01:08:24,600 (Megan exhales) 1778 01:08:26,266 --> 01:08:27,367 - Mm. 1779 01:08:27,500 --> 01:08:29,233 (people chattering) 1780 01:08:29,367 --> 01:08:30,400 - The snow. - I know. 1781 01:08:30,533 --> 01:08:31,734 - What are we gonna do? 1782 01:08:31,867 --> 01:08:32,633 - Okay, they get this all the time up here, 1783 01:08:32,767 --> 01:08:33,967 I'm sure Daniel has a plan. 1784 01:08:34,100 --> 01:08:35,133 - Make sure that all the guests are comfortable. 1785 01:08:35,266 --> 01:08:38,000 And then we'll let them know as soon as the roads open. 1786 01:08:40,400 --> 01:08:41,767 - What if he doesn't? 1787 01:08:43,333 --> 01:08:44,100 - Oh, boy. Okay. 1788 01:08:44,233 --> 01:08:45,000 Come on. 1789 01:08:47,867 --> 01:08:49,100 It was a freak storm. 1790 01:08:49,233 --> 01:08:51,900 Way more snow than anyone anticipated for this time of year. 1791 01:08:52,033 --> 01:08:54,867 - Until further notice, the roads from Seattle are closed. 1792 01:08:55,000 --> 01:08:57,767 - But the good news is the chalet was dressed yesterday, 1793 01:08:57,900 --> 01:08:59,300 and the flowers arrived last night. 1794 01:08:59,433 --> 01:09:02,300 - The photographer's local. Hair and makeup is too. 1795 01:09:02,433 --> 01:09:03,633 - So everything's here? 1796 01:09:03,767 --> 01:09:05,467 - Well, not everything. 1797 01:09:05,600 --> 01:09:08,000 - Just tell me, Meg. No sugarcoating. 1798 01:09:08,133 --> 01:09:10,867 - No cake, no DJ, no shrimp, no Chateaubriand. 1799 01:09:11,000 --> 01:09:13,100 - So much for surf and turf. 1800 01:09:13,233 --> 01:09:14,433 - I know it's a lot to take in, 1801 01:09:14,567 --> 01:09:16,934 and everyone will get it if you wanna wait. 1802 01:09:17,066 --> 01:09:19,967 - But if you're game, we have a way we can make it work. 1803 01:09:20,100 --> 01:09:23,333 - It may not be exactly what you had in mind... 1804 01:09:23,467 --> 01:09:25,500 - But at the end of the day, it's your call. 1805 01:09:32,500 --> 01:09:34,266 - This is where it all started. 1806 01:09:34,400 --> 01:09:35,834 - I've waited long enough. 1807 01:09:35,967 --> 01:09:37,800 - And this is where I'm getting married. 1808 01:09:37,934 --> 01:09:39,300 - I'm getting married today. 1809 01:09:39,433 --> 01:09:40,467 - Yay! 1810 01:09:41,433 --> 01:09:43,333 (both laughing) 1811 01:09:43,467 --> 01:09:46,166 (Megan chuckles) 1812 01:09:49,233 --> 01:09:51,834 - Exactly how much bratwurst do you have? 1813 01:09:51,967 --> 01:09:53,367 'Cause we're gonna need it. 1814 01:09:54,600 --> 01:09:56,867 - Word is you've DJ'd a little? 1815 01:09:57,000 --> 01:09:59,834 - If you're asking if I'm down to officiate and DJ, 1816 01:09:59,967 --> 01:10:00,734 you bet I am. 1817 01:10:03,233 --> 01:10:05,400 - I'm thinking fondue pots at every table. 1818 01:10:09,834 --> 01:10:12,867 - These'll do the trick. 1819 01:10:13,000 --> 01:10:14,300 What icings do you have? 1820 01:10:14,433 --> 01:10:15,867 (group laughing) - Exactly. 1821 01:10:16,000 --> 01:10:17,166 - Mm. 1822 01:10:17,300 --> 01:10:18,600 Okay, well, if you will excuse me, 1823 01:10:18,734 --> 01:10:21,967 I have a ceremony and a set list to go over. 1824 01:10:22,100 --> 01:10:23,066 - Thank you. 1825 01:10:24,400 --> 01:10:25,967 Oh, hey. Are we missing a troop? 1826 01:10:26,100 --> 01:10:27,800 Zoey's supposed to be next. 1827 01:10:27,934 --> 01:10:30,300 - Oh, yeah. I should check in on her. 1828 01:10:30,433 --> 01:10:31,967 - [Ben] Hey, come on in. 1829 01:10:32,100 --> 01:10:34,800 - Yeah, the ladies seem like they're busy for some reason, 1830 01:10:34,934 --> 01:10:37,600 so I just thought I'd check in on you. 1831 01:10:37,734 --> 01:10:38,967 - It's much appreciated, 1832 01:10:39,100 --> 01:10:40,333 although my getting ready routine today 1833 01:10:40,467 --> 01:10:42,200 is far less eventful. 1834 01:10:42,333 --> 01:10:45,433 Just gotta knot my tie, and it's smooth sailing. 1835 01:10:45,567 --> 01:10:47,367 - Ah. You feeling nervous, Ben? 1836 01:10:49,066 --> 01:10:50,433 - About marrying your daughter? 1837 01:10:50,567 --> 01:10:51,934 Not at all. 1838 01:10:52,066 --> 01:10:53,333 Are you? 1839 01:10:53,467 --> 01:10:54,467 - Well, should I be? 1840 01:10:56,000 --> 01:10:58,533 - Well, what would put you at ease? 1841 01:11:00,467 --> 01:11:02,300 - If you answered me one question. 1842 01:11:04,800 --> 01:11:07,100 Do you promise to do right by my little girl? 1843 01:11:08,633 --> 01:11:09,400 - Yeah, I do. 1844 01:11:11,400 --> 01:11:12,834 - Well, that's all that matters. 1845 01:11:12,967 --> 01:11:13,700 (Ray chuckles) 1846 01:11:13,834 --> 01:11:16,433 (Ben chuckles) 1847 01:11:16,567 --> 01:11:19,567 Listen, I know your dad passed, 1848 01:11:19,700 --> 01:11:22,533 and I bet he was a great dad. 1849 01:11:24,033 --> 01:11:27,367 Well, if you ever need some advice, I'm around. 1850 01:11:29,233 --> 01:11:30,033 - Thanks, Ray. 1851 01:11:31,000 --> 01:11:31,767 That means a lot. 1852 01:11:33,900 --> 01:11:35,166 - Come here. 1853 01:11:35,300 --> 01:11:36,266 (both chuckling) 1854 01:11:36,400 --> 01:11:37,934 (hand patting) 1855 01:11:38,066 --> 01:11:42,033 Well, I gotta get changed. I got this thing. 1856 01:11:42,166 --> 01:11:42,900 - Right. 1857 01:11:46,500 --> 01:11:49,367 (Megan sighs) 1858 01:11:49,500 --> 01:11:51,500 - Ah, there it is. 1859 01:11:51,633 --> 01:11:52,266 (hand knocking) 1860 01:11:52,400 --> 01:11:53,200 Oh. 1861 01:11:55,567 --> 01:11:57,900 Ah, I was just about to text you. 1862 01:11:58,033 --> 01:11:59,567 - Steamed and ready! 1863 01:11:59,700 --> 01:12:01,533 - Great. Let me help you with that. 1864 01:12:05,900 --> 01:12:08,500 (Megan sighs) 1865 01:12:13,700 --> 01:12:15,133 The wedding dress is purple. 1866 01:12:15,266 --> 01:12:16,834 - Technically, moonflower. 1867 01:12:28,300 --> 01:12:29,834 - And mine is white? 1868 01:12:29,967 --> 01:12:31,100 - Moonstone. 1869 01:12:35,633 --> 01:12:39,266 - Aria in moonstone, Adella in moonflower. 1870 01:12:39,400 --> 01:12:42,600 Or was it Aria in moonflower and... 1871 01:12:43,667 --> 01:12:46,066 Why don't they just call these colors by their names? 1872 01:12:46,200 --> 01:12:47,300 - Welcome to weddings. 1873 01:12:49,633 --> 01:12:50,734 I mean, I thought something might be off, 1874 01:12:50,867 --> 01:12:52,433 I sent you the picture. 1875 01:12:52,567 --> 01:12:53,567 - What pictures? 1876 01:12:53,700 --> 01:12:55,667 - The pictures I texted. 1877 01:12:57,767 --> 01:13:01,033 (cellphone chiming) 1878 01:13:01,166 --> 01:13:03,266 - Oh, no. - What'd I miss? 1879 01:13:09,867 --> 01:13:10,667 Guys? 1880 01:13:16,133 --> 01:13:18,033 - [Zoey] I'm so, so sorry. 1881 01:13:18,166 --> 01:13:19,667 - Don't worry, Zoey, we'll figure it out. 1882 01:13:19,800 --> 01:13:21,300 Yeah? - Mm-hm. 1883 01:13:21,433 --> 01:13:22,567 - I'm okay. You okay? 1884 01:13:23,266 --> 01:13:25,533 Actually, I'm a little parched, 1885 01:13:25,667 --> 01:13:27,533 could you maybe grab me something to drink? 1886 01:13:27,667 --> 01:13:29,066 - Yeah, do you want apple juice, 1887 01:13:29,200 --> 01:13:31,700 orange juice, grape juice... 1888 01:13:31,834 --> 01:13:33,867 (Cara groans) 1889 01:13:34,000 --> 01:13:36,000 - Okay, we will think of something, right? 1890 01:13:36,133 --> 01:13:37,367 - Yep, yep. Yeah. 1891 01:13:37,500 --> 01:13:39,033 - We will think of something. 1892 01:13:39,166 --> 01:13:39,800 - Yes. 1893 01:13:39,934 --> 01:13:40,667 - Are you thinking of something? 1894 01:13:40,800 --> 01:13:41,900 - No. - Okay. 1895 01:13:43,100 --> 01:13:44,400 - I'm so sorry. This is all my fault. 1896 01:13:44,533 --> 01:13:45,834 I let down my guard down for one second 1897 01:13:45,967 --> 01:13:47,166 and now the dress is purple and- 1898 01:13:47,300 --> 01:13:49,400 - No, no. You brought backups for everything. 1899 01:13:49,533 --> 01:13:50,667 - Yes, yes. 1900 01:13:50,800 --> 01:13:51,633 - Did you bring something for this? 1901 01:13:51,767 --> 01:13:53,867 - No. - Okay, didn't think so. 1902 01:13:55,433 --> 01:13:57,367 (Cara sighs) 1903 01:13:57,500 --> 01:14:01,433 But someone else did. - Someone else did. 1904 01:14:01,567 --> 01:14:03,633 - Yeah, well, one thing is for sure, 1905 01:14:03,767 --> 01:14:05,967 these cufflinks fit perfectly. 1906 01:14:06,100 --> 01:14:07,567 - I took a wild guess at your size. 1907 01:14:07,700 --> 01:14:09,233 (Ben chuckles) 1908 01:14:09,367 --> 01:14:11,600 - You know, with all the chaos yesterday, 1909 01:14:11,734 --> 01:14:14,567 I haven't had the chance to say thank you. 1910 01:14:14,700 --> 01:14:17,567 You have been the best remote best man 1911 01:14:17,700 --> 01:14:19,066 I could've possibly hoped for. 1912 01:14:20,400 --> 01:14:22,400 - I suggest you take notes. 1913 01:14:22,533 --> 01:14:24,967 The roles may be reversed sooner than you think. 1914 01:14:26,200 --> 01:14:27,233 - Really? 1915 01:14:27,367 --> 01:14:29,834 (gentle music) 1916 01:14:58,033 --> 01:14:59,233 - You look good. 1917 01:14:59,367 --> 01:15:00,300 You ready? 1918 01:15:00,433 --> 01:15:01,367 - I'm ready. (Zoey sighs) 1919 01:15:01,500 --> 01:15:03,000 - Mom and Dad would be so proud. 1920 01:15:07,467 --> 01:15:09,734 (Cara sighs) 1921 01:15:13,300 --> 01:15:14,000 - Wow. 1922 01:15:14,133 --> 01:15:16,567 (Ray chuckles) 1923 01:15:17,734 --> 01:15:18,967 You're wearing Mum's... 1924 01:15:19,100 --> 01:15:20,533 - Mom came to the rescue. 1925 01:15:20,667 --> 01:15:22,166 (Cara chuckles) 1926 01:15:22,300 --> 01:15:24,533 It's almost like she's here with us. 1927 01:15:24,667 --> 01:15:26,500 - She's always with us. 1928 01:15:26,633 --> 01:15:29,166 (Cara sighs) 1929 01:15:30,000 --> 01:15:31,433 I wasn't gonna cry. 1930 01:15:31,567 --> 01:15:35,100 - I told you, happy tears are always welcome. 1931 01:15:35,233 --> 01:15:36,333 (Ray chuckles) 1932 01:15:36,467 --> 01:15:37,266 - Okay. 1933 01:15:37,400 --> 01:15:39,000 - You won't be the only one. 1934 01:15:39,133 --> 01:15:41,500 (Ray chuckles) 1935 01:15:41,633 --> 01:15:42,967 (Cara sighs) - You ready? 1936 01:15:45,734 --> 01:15:48,467 (Cara chuckles) 1937 01:15:50,467 --> 01:15:51,133 Here we go. 1938 01:15:51,266 --> 01:15:53,333 (Cara sighs) 1939 01:15:53,467 --> 01:15:55,967 (gentle music) 1940 01:16:10,700 --> 01:16:13,200 (camera snaps) 1941 01:16:29,800 --> 01:16:31,533 - We are gathered here today 1942 01:16:31,667 --> 01:16:33,700 to witness Ben and Cara take 1943 01:16:33,834 --> 01:16:38,066 the ultimate leap of faith: marriage. 1944 01:16:38,200 --> 01:16:40,400 And it's more than just a vows, 1945 01:16:40,533 --> 01:16:43,200 it's the choice to trust the person you love, 1946 01:16:43,333 --> 01:16:46,166 to take their hand and leap into the future, 1947 01:16:46,300 --> 01:16:48,333 not knowing what comes next. 1948 01:16:48,467 --> 01:16:51,066 And we hope for sunny days, 1949 01:16:51,200 --> 01:16:53,834 but we know the rain, and snow- 1950 01:16:53,967 --> 01:16:55,767 (all laughing) 1951 01:16:55,900 --> 01:16:56,867 - Will fall. 1952 01:16:58,200 --> 01:16:59,567 But that's life. 1953 01:16:59,700 --> 01:17:01,467 Ben, your vows? 1954 01:17:01,600 --> 01:17:03,467 - I think today's snowstorm 1955 01:17:03,600 --> 01:17:05,333 brought my first lesson of marriage. 1956 01:17:06,266 --> 01:17:08,867 We can't control what happens out there. 1957 01:17:09,800 --> 01:17:13,166 Things we take for granted can disappear 1958 01:17:13,300 --> 01:17:14,467 in the blink of an eye. 1959 01:17:15,467 --> 01:17:18,734 But I know that it's easier to face life's hiccups 1960 01:17:18,867 --> 01:17:20,000 when we face them together. 1961 01:17:21,233 --> 01:17:22,100 As a team. 1962 01:17:26,734 --> 01:17:30,667 - My dad's a detective, I'm a mystery writer. 1963 01:17:30,800 --> 01:17:34,333 Questioning everything is second nature? 1964 01:17:36,133 --> 01:17:37,200 But the one thing I've learned 1965 01:17:37,333 --> 01:17:39,300 I never have to question is your love, Ben. 1966 01:17:40,667 --> 01:17:42,700 Thank you for everything you've shared with me, 1967 01:17:42,834 --> 01:17:44,467 and everything you will share. 1968 01:17:45,767 --> 01:17:47,166 I'll always be ready to listen. 1969 01:18:01,800 --> 01:18:03,567 - By the power vested in me, 1970 01:18:03,700 --> 01:18:06,834 I now pronounce you husband and wife. 1971 01:18:06,967 --> 01:18:08,066 You may kiss the bride. 1972 01:18:12,800 --> 01:18:15,567 (guests cheering) 1973 01:18:23,900 --> 01:18:25,900 (upbeat music) 1974 01:18:26,033 --> 01:18:29,133 Okay, everyone, who's ready to dance? 1975 01:18:37,033 --> 01:18:42,033 ♪ I feel so close to you right now, it's a force field ♪ 1976 01:18:44,734 --> 01:18:49,633 ♪ I wear my heart upon my sleeve, like a big deal ♪ 1977 01:18:51,900 --> 01:18:56,900 ♪ Your love pours down on me, surround me like a waterfall ♪ 1978 01:19:00,800 --> 01:19:02,066 - [Cara] Ready? 1979 01:19:02,200 --> 01:19:03,767 - [Group] One. 1980 01:19:03,900 --> 01:19:04,934 Two. 1981 01:19:06,400 --> 01:19:07,166 Three! 1982 01:19:08,200 --> 01:19:11,467 (all cheering) 1983 01:19:11,600 --> 01:19:12,667 - Did you hear that? - Did you see that? 1984 01:19:12,800 --> 01:19:14,734 (Cara laughs) - Yes, I did. 1985 01:19:14,867 --> 01:19:19,500 (Megan laughs) (Zoey laughs) 1986 01:19:19,633 --> 01:19:22,767 (glasses clinking) 1987 01:19:22,900 --> 01:19:24,467 - So no more secrets? 1988 01:19:24,600 --> 01:19:25,667 - Ever? 1989 01:19:25,800 --> 01:19:26,767 No, I'm just kidding. (Cara chuckles) 1990 01:19:26,900 --> 01:19:28,567 No more secrets. 1991 01:19:28,700 --> 01:19:29,834 I promise. 1992 01:19:29,967 --> 01:19:31,500 - Can I put that to the test? 1993 01:19:32,467 --> 01:19:33,266 - Mm-hm. 1994 01:19:33,400 --> 01:19:34,700 - What's Secret Squirrel? 1995 01:19:36,100 --> 01:19:38,266 - That's Sean's nickname for me. 1996 01:19:38,400 --> 01:19:41,400 Apparently, I wasn't always the most open book, 1997 01:19:41,533 --> 01:19:43,100 even to my best friend. 1998 01:19:45,900 --> 01:19:46,934 What? 1999 01:19:47,734 --> 01:19:49,667 - I'm just trying to picture you. 2000 01:19:50,600 --> 01:19:53,567 This secretive, frosty-tipped snowboarder. 2001 01:19:53,700 --> 01:19:54,967 - Subtle frosted tips. 2002 01:19:55,100 --> 01:19:56,800 - Right, of course. 2003 01:19:56,934 --> 01:19:59,300 (Cara laughs) 2004 01:20:07,033 --> 01:20:08,834 - Can I get everyone's attention? 2005 01:20:09,767 --> 01:20:12,567 And now, it's time to say our goodbyes, 2006 01:20:12,700 --> 01:20:14,734 and let the happy couple 2007 01:20:14,867 --> 01:20:16,900 finally have the chalet to themselves. 2008 01:20:17,033 --> 01:20:18,934 (guests laughing) 2009 01:20:19,066 --> 01:20:21,800 (gentle music) 2010 01:20:28,233 --> 01:20:30,600 - So Greta realizes the anagrams are leading her 2011 01:20:30,734 --> 01:20:33,734 to the one place even the CIA can't find Brad, 2012 01:20:33,867 --> 01:20:36,066 his safe haven cabin. 2013 01:20:36,200 --> 01:20:39,233 So when she drives up, he's chopping wood, waiting for her. 2014 01:20:39,367 --> 01:20:43,433 And he says, in his wry smile, "What took you so long?" 2015 01:20:48,300 --> 01:20:49,233 - [Renee] I love it. 2016 01:20:49,367 --> 01:20:50,734 I'm laughing, I'm crying. 2017 01:20:50,867 --> 01:20:52,000 - [Cara] You are? 2018 01:20:52,133 --> 01:20:53,333 - [Renee] You did it again, Cara. 2019 01:20:53,467 --> 01:20:55,066 I gotta run, but I think you nailed it. 2020 01:20:55,200 --> 01:20:57,133 Now go enjoy your Sunday. 2021 01:20:57,266 --> 01:20:58,734 - Amazing. Thank you. 2022 01:20:58,867 --> 01:20:59,800 Oh. 2023 01:20:59,934 --> 01:21:01,200 - That was great. 2024 01:21:01,333 --> 01:21:02,633 - And, thankfully, over, 2025 01:21:02,767 --> 01:21:05,400 because I cannot waste one more minute 2026 01:21:05,533 --> 01:21:07,000 of our one-day honeymoon. 2027 01:21:07,133 --> 01:21:08,300 (glasses clinking) (Cara chuckles) 2028 01:21:08,433 --> 01:21:11,000 (hand knocking) 2029 01:21:12,600 --> 01:21:14,033 - Forgive me, but this arrived. 2030 01:21:14,166 --> 01:21:16,734 And after yesterday, well, it seemed important. 2031 01:21:16,867 --> 01:21:18,533 - Thanks, Daniel. 2032 01:21:18,667 --> 01:21:20,867 - Ooh, Cherington Jewelers. 2033 01:21:21,000 --> 01:21:22,166 Another set of cufflinks? 2034 01:21:22,300 --> 01:21:23,867 - This might take more than a minute. 2035 01:21:24,000 --> 01:21:25,500 - Well, for a cause this good? 2036 01:21:25,633 --> 01:21:26,834 I'll make an exception. 2037 01:21:31,633 --> 01:21:34,033 (g) 2038 01:21:36,633 --> 01:21:39,000 (door opens) 2039 01:21:39,133 --> 01:21:40,633 - Hey. 2040 01:21:40,767 --> 01:21:41,867 It gets better every time. 2041 01:21:42,800 --> 01:21:43,734 What are you doing here? 2042 01:21:43,867 --> 01:21:44,867 - It's a gorgeous day. 2043 01:21:45,000 --> 01:21:47,033 It'd be tragic not to hit the slopes, don't you think? 2044 01:21:47,867 --> 01:21:48,800 Why the face? 2045 01:21:48,934 --> 01:21:50,500 - It's your honeymoon. 2046 01:21:50,633 --> 01:21:52,667 - I told you, this weekend is about spending time 2047 01:21:52,800 --> 01:21:54,000 with everyone I love. 2048 01:21:55,200 --> 01:21:59,000 I promise, this is my last request of you as maid of honor. 2049 01:21:59,133 --> 01:22:00,734 - Cara, I'm sure Ben- 2050 01:22:00,867 --> 01:22:02,300 - Thought this was a great idea. 2051 01:22:02,433 --> 01:22:03,467 No more excuses. 2052 01:22:03,600 --> 01:22:05,367 Go get changed. (Megan chuckles) 2053 01:22:05,500 --> 01:22:06,533 - Okay. 2054 01:22:06,667 --> 01:22:09,300 (both chuckling) 2055 01:22:11,033 --> 01:22:12,800 Doesn't the mountain look empty to you? 2056 01:22:12,934 --> 01:22:14,633 - [Cara] Oh, right. That. 2057 01:22:14,767 --> 01:22:16,133 Guess being the soon-to-be owner 2058 01:22:16,266 --> 01:22:18,800 of Clara Lake Resort has its perks. 2059 01:22:18,934 --> 01:22:22,233 - Wait, what? (Cara chuckles) 2060 01:22:22,367 --> 01:22:24,867 (Cara sighs) 2061 01:22:25,000 --> 01:22:25,633 - How do I look? 2062 01:22:25,767 --> 01:22:26,900 - You look good, buddy. 2063 01:22:28,700 --> 01:22:30,033 - Okay, I want to triple-quadruple check, 2064 01:22:30,166 --> 01:22:30,834 you've got the ring? 2065 01:22:30,967 --> 01:22:32,200 - Yeah. Don't worry, it's here. 2066 01:22:32,333 --> 01:22:33,100 We gotta get it right this time, 2067 01:22:33,233 --> 01:22:34,700 we're out of cover stories. 2068 01:22:34,834 --> 01:22:36,567 - Okay. Oh, I see them, they're coming up the lift. 2069 01:22:36,700 --> 01:22:37,400 (Michelle chuckles) 2070 01:22:37,533 --> 01:22:39,567 - Turns out that Goldie was the key. 2071 01:22:39,700 --> 01:22:41,633 And once she heard Ben's offer, she realized- 2072 01:22:41,767 --> 01:22:43,633 - That she couldn't refuse? 2073 01:22:43,767 --> 01:22:44,867 - Something like that. 2074 01:22:45,000 --> 01:22:46,233 - So Camp Snow can stay? 2075 01:22:46,367 --> 01:22:48,700 - And Clara Lake will stay the same. 2076 01:22:48,834 --> 01:22:50,734 - [Megan] Wow, and all of this was going on, 2077 01:22:50,867 --> 01:22:52,066 you didn't think to tell me because... 2078 01:22:52,200 --> 01:22:53,867 - Well, it happened so fast. 2079 01:22:54,000 --> 01:22:56,700 Not to mention, a lot happened while you were DIY-ing. 2080 01:22:56,834 --> 01:22:58,567 - Yeah, I was pretty busy, huh? 2081 01:22:58,700 --> 01:23:00,500 (both laughing) 2082 01:23:00,633 --> 01:23:01,667 - Bar up. - Yup. 2083 01:23:03,133 --> 01:23:03,900 - Woo-hoo. 2084 01:23:05,500 --> 01:23:07,633 All right, let's make the most of this fresh powder! 2085 01:23:07,767 --> 01:23:09,133 Ow! - Oh, it's so good! 2086 01:23:09,266 --> 01:23:10,033 - Yeah! 2087 01:23:21,000 --> 01:23:22,166 Hey! 2088 01:23:22,300 --> 01:23:23,066 - Hey. 2089 01:23:27,000 --> 01:23:28,033 - What's all of this? 2090 01:23:28,166 --> 01:23:29,533 (Michelle chuckles) 2091 01:23:29,667 --> 01:23:32,867 (Cara chuckles) 2092 01:23:33,000 --> 01:23:33,667 Oh! - Ha ha. 2093 01:23:33,800 --> 01:23:34,934 - Sean, hi! 2094 01:23:35,066 --> 01:23:38,433 - Maybe it's weird, but it felt right to do this up here. 2095 01:23:38,567 --> 01:23:40,967 After all, this is our spot. 2096 01:23:43,000 --> 01:23:44,333 I started this speech the other night, 2097 01:23:44,467 --> 01:23:47,834 so forgive me if I repeat myself. 2098 01:23:47,967 --> 01:23:51,100 - I knew there was something going on. 2099 01:23:51,233 --> 01:23:52,233 - Guilty as charged. 2100 01:23:53,133 --> 01:23:55,800 - Megan, when we first started dating, 2101 01:23:55,934 --> 01:23:58,166 it felt like all the puzzle pieces 2102 01:23:58,300 --> 01:24:00,667 finally started to come together. 2103 01:24:00,800 --> 01:24:03,367 And now, being without you, 2104 01:24:03,500 --> 01:24:05,900 feels like a piece of me is missing. 2105 01:24:06,033 --> 01:24:07,867 - I feel the same way. 2106 01:24:08,000 --> 01:24:09,200 I love you. 2107 01:24:09,333 --> 01:24:10,500 - I love you too. 2108 01:24:10,633 --> 01:24:11,834 I love that we make each other laugh. 2109 01:24:11,967 --> 01:24:13,667 I love that you always ask me about my day, 2110 01:24:13,800 --> 01:24:14,934 even though nothing special happens. 2111 01:24:15,066 --> 01:24:17,367 I love that we believe in each other. 2112 01:24:17,500 --> 01:24:19,734 I love that we like opposite flavored jelly beans- 2113 01:24:19,867 --> 01:24:22,000 (group laughing) 2114 01:24:22,133 --> 01:24:23,934 Because we can split the box perfectly. 2115 01:24:24,734 --> 01:24:26,400 For the record, cinnamon is gross. 2116 01:24:26,533 --> 01:24:27,867 (group laughing) - Hey! 2117 01:24:28,000 --> 01:24:29,066 That means it's just more for me. 2118 01:24:29,200 --> 01:24:30,834 (both laughing) 2119 01:24:30,967 --> 01:24:33,934 - Most of all, I love you for your patience. 2120 01:24:35,967 --> 01:24:37,967 You knew this job would take me away, 2121 01:24:40,066 --> 01:24:42,033 but you loved me enough to wait for me. 2122 01:24:43,200 --> 01:24:45,100 But I'm not as patient as you. 2123 01:24:45,233 --> 01:24:47,767 I can't stand to spend another moment apart. 2124 01:24:51,000 --> 01:24:51,934 - Pretend I'm Sean. 2125 01:24:59,066 --> 01:25:01,467 - Okay. (Michelle chuckles) 2126 01:25:01,600 --> 01:25:04,967 - Megan Marquart, will you marry me? 2127 01:25:07,767 --> 01:25:08,533 - Yes. 2128 01:25:10,066 --> 01:25:11,467 - No, wait. What was that? 2129 01:25:11,600 --> 01:25:14,233 The first time was kinda quiet. Could you say it again? 2130 01:25:14,367 --> 01:25:15,800 - Yes! 2131 01:25:15,934 --> 01:25:17,734 Yes, I will marry you! 2132 01:25:17,867 --> 01:25:19,166 (Cara laughs) (Michelle laughs) 2133 01:25:19,300 --> 01:25:21,100 Oh, it's beautiful. 2134 01:25:21,233 --> 01:25:22,333 (Ben laughs) - Yeah! 2135 01:25:22,467 --> 01:25:24,300 - Congratulations! (Megan laughs) 2136 01:25:24,433 --> 01:25:26,333 - Oh! - I'm so happy for you. 2137 01:25:26,467 --> 01:25:27,467 Oh! 2138 01:25:27,600 --> 01:25:31,100 (Michelle sighs) (both laughing) 2139 01:25:31,233 --> 01:25:33,967 - You guys got married, now I'm getting married. 2140 01:25:34,100 --> 01:25:35,734 - Best weekend ever. 2141 01:25:35,867 --> 01:25:37,600 - You said it. (group laughing) 2142 01:25:37,734 --> 01:25:38,900 - You wanna go for a run? 2143 01:25:39,033 --> 01:25:39,767 - Absolutely. 2144 01:25:39,900 --> 01:25:42,467 Just don't run into anyone. Please. 2145 01:25:42,600 --> 01:25:44,166 - Woo! - Let's do it! 2146 01:25:45,133 --> 01:25:46,834 - [Ben] Well, it's all downhill from here. 2147 01:25:46,967 --> 01:25:48,667 - [Cara] But it's gonna be a great ride. 2148 01:25:48,800 --> 01:25:49,934 - Yeah! - Woo! 2149 01:25:52,767 --> 01:25:54,000 (group laughing) 2150 01:25:54,133 --> 01:25:57,100 (group cheering) 2151 01:26:13,433 --> 01:26:16,100 (gentle music) 152052

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