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carnival scene. Cindy sits with Maggie as she leans forward,

doubled over on a child's chair. Peggy moves from the window to

sit with them.


MAGGIE

(moves to window)

He's not coming. Watch. He's not

coming.
PEGGY

No, no. I saw eight geese flying in a

"V".
MAGGIE

You and your lucky geese. You always

see geese.


PEGGY

Not eight...


CINDY

And in a "V".


MAGGIE

Eight is good... "V" could be Victory.


They ad lib various words starting with the letter "V". Maggie

is nervous.


CINDY

Rub your ears.


PEGGY

Yes, rubbing your ears is very soothing.

Cory does that to me when I

hyperventilate.


Maggie rubs her ears.
CINDY

We do it to our dog.


MAGGIE

It's hurting.


CINDY

We'll rub.


After they rub Maggie's ears a bit:
PEGGY

He's here! He's here!


They all squeeze and peer out window. They scream in excitement.

Cindy rushes to Maggie's wedding dress.


CINDY

I'll get the dress.


MAGGIE

He's here!... He's here!


PEGGY

Now's the time for calm... If you don't

calm down, you won't get your dress on...

(reassuringly)

He's the one... He's the one.
Peggy moves to help Cindy with the dress. Maggie stands alone at

the window a moment. She picks up a toy horse.


MAGGIE

This is not a good sign.


Maggie goes over to Peggy and Cindy, and starts to get into her

bridal gown. They continue to ad lib words standing with the

letter "V".
CINDY

We have to hurry. The Sunday School

kids will be here soon.
CUT TO:
INT. IKE'S CAR - DAY
Ike pulls up slowly. GUESTS peer through the his car window and

wave. Ike rubs his headache.


JULIE MURPHY

Well, the groom just pulled up. There

was talk of a "now show", but he is

here.
DINA NAPOLI

Ike Graham is here!
IKE'SPOV:
He moves as he takes it all in: a FAMILY eats a fast food picnic

on a neighbor's lawn, invited GUESTS flock by in their party

best, and local NEWS TEAMS block the way. The STATE SENATOR is

making a speech welcoming the press to Maryland. A large GROUP

of reporters head up the church's stairs, hauling their

equipment. They enter the flood of PEOPLE streaming inside the

church. Ike snaps.
EXT. IKE'S CAR - CONTINUING
Ike stops the car where it is and jumps out, slamming the door in

anger. The REPORTERS swarm around him as he gets out of the car.

They continue to pound him with questions as he walks to church

steps. An OLDER LADY smacks him on the shoulder with a

newspaper. He turns in astonishment and continues up the

steps. He charges up the stairs and grabs Lee.


IKE

Shoot ours so she has one with an

ending.
Mrs. Pressman stands, shooting Ike with her video camera.
IKE (cont'd)

(pleading)

Mrs. Pressman, please.
MRS. PRESSMAN

It's okay. There's no microphone.

You're no fun.
IKE

No, I'm not.


Ike retreats into the church. Lee comes up to him again with his

video camera: CHUFFA about Scorsese.


INT. CHURCH - CONTINUING
As Fisher and Ellie sign the guest book, a LOCAL LADY stares at

Ellie. Ellie stares back at her until she leaves. Ike walks

away from Lee and turns smack into Ellie and Fisher. Ike puts

his arms around them and gives them a big hug.


IKE

Friends. Thank you. Thank you.


Over Ellie's shoulder, Ike sees Fisher's grinning face.
IKE (cont'd)

We are friends, aren't we, Fisher?


FISHER

(grinning)

Of course we are. Of course.
IKE

Then you'll be my best man.


FISHER

Well, I'm good, I don't know if I'm

best.
IKE

Go talk to the pastor and he'll tell

you what to do. And someone will tell

me what to do.


ELLIE

You always looked great in that suit...

And Ike?

(emotional)

I'm happy for you, honey.
Ellie whispers in his ear.
ELLIE (cont'd)

I'll have a car around the back to

whisk you out of here if she runs.
Ellie kisses him on the cheek and walks away.
ANGLE ON:
Bob comes up to Ike. He looks like he's going to punch Ike, then

abruptly holds out a rose boutonniere.


BOB

You look awful.


IKE

(sarcastically)

Thank you.
Bob hands the flower to Ike. Ike is shaking. Bob catches this

and looks up to Ike. It is a moment of clean honesty between the

men.
BOB

Ike. Need help?


He takes the boutonniere and puts it on Ike's lapel.
BOB (cont'd)

I'm glad it's you.


IKE

Really?
BOB

I didn't want to find out I wasn't for

her in the fourth quarter.


IKE

Got any last minute advice?


BOB

(motioning to their eyes)

Maintain eye contact.
Bob turns and leaves, going down a side staircase.
IKE

(to himself)

Eye contact. Eye contact.
Out of the corner of his eye, Ike sees a pictures of Christ on the

wall. He leans into the picture and whispers.


IKE (cont'd)

Cover me.


He walks into the chapel.
INT. CHAPEL - CONTINUING
Ike steps up and stands next to Fisher.
FISHER

(to Ike)

I have no idea what I'm doing.
IKE

Your job is... the ring.

(to Fisher)

Do you have the ring?!


FISHER

I just found out I'm best man! I'm

lucky I have a suit... What's wrong?
Ike gives the ring to Fisher. The Pastor approaches Ike. Ike

turns away and look out over the guests.


IKE'SPOV: There are most of the TOWNSPEOPLE we've come to

know, plus some NEW YORKERS for Ike, with little ponytails.

Armani wire rims, Donna Karan bodysuits. There's a lot of

smirking, checking out the hicks, forming their stories for

cocktail hour. Elaine is in back all dressed in black, mourning

Ike. Mrs. Trout approaches Ike.


MRS. TROUT

You should thank Lou and I for the

wedding car -- a '63 Buick.
IKE

Thank you.


MRS. TROUT

Oh, come on. You're practically family.


Mrs. Trout starts picking lint off Fisher's jacket.
FISHER

Hello. I'm Fisher.


MRS. TROUT

This doesn't want to come out.


FISHER

You just pull a hair from my neck.


IKE

Mrs. Trout, go back to your seat!


INT. CHURCH FOYER - DAY
Peggy joins Maggie, who is blowing bubblegum and swaying in

front of an oscillating fan. Grandma and Walter come in.

Grandma gives her a kiss on the cheek.
GRANDMA JULIA

Good luck, Maggie.


MAGGIE

Thank you, Grandma.


Grandma leaves. Walter steps up.
WALTER

(quietly to Maggie)

I'm really rooting for this one.
MAGGIE

Thank you, Dad.


Peggy turns off the fan. Cindy takes the bag from Maggie.
CINDY

Spit.
Maggie spits her bubblegum into the bag. Peggy hands Maggie her

bouquet.
PEGGY

Let's go.


MAGGIE

No sauntering down the aisle. Just

make time. Let's just get there.
Cindy and Peggy nod and leave. The door closes.
INT. CHAPEL - CONTINUING
Both extends his hand to Elaine.
ELAINE

Hi, I'm Elaine from New York.


BOB

Hello. I'm Bob, Maggie's fourth

attempt.
ELAINE

I'm sorry.


BOB

That's okay. There's a lid for every

pot. Besides, I'm comfortable with Ike.

I mean, Jack Dempsey lost his

heavyweight title to a New Yorker.
ELAINE

I know. Gene Tunney.


The organ begins to play. The organist is Ted. Grandma, Walter,

Mrs. Pressman and the Trouts watch. Mrs. Trout picks lint off of

her husband's jacket.
ANGLE ON:
Cindy and Peggy enter with the confident air of people who have

done this before. They make it to the head of the aisle all too

quickly. Peggy gives Ike a wink and an encouraging smile.
INT. CHURCH FOYER - CONTINUING
The door opens and Dennis sticks his head in.
DENNIS

They're ready, Maggie.


MAGGIE

Just a second.


Dennis closes the door behind him as he goes back into the

chapel. Maggie has a moment alone. She looks at back door as

possible escape route, then changes her mind. She signals the

start of the wedding by knocking on the door.


INT. CHAPEL - CONTINUOUS
Immediately, Cory and Dennis open the doors for her entrance.

All the guests stand as Maggie enter the chapel smiling.


MAGGIE'S POV:
The aisle stretches before her into infinity. Faces goggle at

her from every direction. The tiny figure of Ike stands like a

beacon a long way off.
NEW ANGLE:
She plunges forward with a sped-up hesitation step.
ANGLE ON:
Ike rocks imperceptibly, urging her on. Peggy and Cindy make

little "come on" motions. It seems to be working. Maggie

approaches rapidly. The CROWD has turned from skepticism to

looks and noises of encouragement.


ANGLE ON: MAGGIE
But then her feet gradually begin to slow.
ANGLE ON:
Fisher gives a little "darn, so close" look.
ANGLE ON:
But Ike is too busy maintaining eye contact. His eyes urge

Maggie closer -- loving her, willing her on.


CLOSE ON:
Maggie stops her walk, gives Ike a teasing smile, and then

resumes with her walk toward him. His face. Her face. His

face. Her face.
CLOSE ON:
Her foot inches forward. The other follows.
NEW ANGLE:
A sigh now rises from the GUESTS as Maggie closes in on Ike. He

smiles at her. She smiles at him. She is almost there... She's

there, smiling at Ike. The Pastor gestures to the guests to sit

down. They do.


ANGLE ON:
Ike sneezes. She looks down and imagines she sees the carpet

splitting apart. And she bolts like a bat out of hell! In a

flurry of white, she is halfway down the aisle before Ike knows

what hits him.


ANGLE ON:
Ike stands there dazed. For a second. Then she springs into

action, charging after her.


IKE

(yelling out)

Block the doors!
Like a general, he points to Dennis and Cory in the back and

sends them into action. The doors shut in Maggie's face. But

she's a wild animal cornered. She moves to the side. The

TOWNSPEOPLE stand so Ike can hurry through the pew. Ike climbs

on the pews towards her as GUEST crowd the aisle, blocking his

path. Like a gazelle, she leaps to the side aisle and scampers

down and away. Fisher gets on his cell phone. Ike charges from

one of the full pews, crosses the aisle and leaps across the pews

near the staircase to cut her off. He grabs her veil and it

comes off in his hands. Maggie disappears down the steps of the

church basement. Ike fumble with the veil and jumps over the

railing, landing on Dennis' toe. He follows down the stairs

after her. Mrs. Pressman and Walter exchange bet money.
CUT TO:
INT. CHURCH BASEMENT - CONTINUING
Maggie comes down steps and enters the church children's Sunday

school class. A lot of KIDS And TEACHERS are doing religious

arts and crafts. As Maggie runs through:
MAGGIE

There's a man coming down those steps

with lots of candy in his pockets. If

you tickle him, he'll give candy.


She gives her bouquet to a little GIRL as she goes by. Ike comes

down stairs.


IKE

Maggie!
The KIDS mob him, grabbing his pockets. Ike fights his way

through KIDS.
ANGLE ON:
Maggie as she's in the church kitchen and hops on counter and

heads out the window. The window is wide enough.


ANGLE ON:
Ike as he gets to the window, but Maggie is out in driveway.
EXT. CHURCH DRIVEWAY - CONTINUING
Maggie flies toward a FedEx truck at next house just leaving.
ANOTHER ANGLE:
She gathers her dress and jumps in as Ike yells from window,

then, quickly climbs out onto the lawn as the truck starts to

pull away.
IKE

Maggie!
Maggie looks back once, tearful and regretful, and disappears

inside the truck. The truck races off.
The PHOTOGRAPHERS turn their cameras on Ike, en masse. He is

enveloped by a barrage of bright lights.


Ellie and Fisher, who have also stepped outside on chapel front

steps, are looking around as Ike turns around the corner and

past the church.
ELLIE

Look, he's running after her.


FISHER

Look, he's in pretty good shape.


ELLIE

Poor Ike.


They look after the FedEx truck and watch Ike chasing the truck

down the road away from the church.


IKE

(running; yells)

Maggie!
ELLIE

Where do you think she's going?


FISHER

Wherever it is, she'll be there by ten-

thirty tomorrow.
Cindy, Cory, Peggy and Meredith also rush out of the church and

comment on Maggie's runaway. Further down the road, Ike still

chases the truck, yelling:
IKE

Maggie!
As the truck rounds the bend in the road and disappears, Ike

stops and stares alone after the disappearing truck. A swarm of

REPORTERS catch up to him, flashing pictures and asking

questions. Another camera flashes and we cut to:
A NEWSPAPER PHOTO
Of Ike's stunned face on the cover of the USA Today. The caption

reads: "Hit and Run: Runaway Bride Strikes again". And we see

headlines in other papers.
"MAGGIE'S MAD DASH"

"HARDWARE HONEY GOES NUTS AND BOLTS"

"JOURNALIST WRITTEN OFF"

"BRIDE TAKES HIKE...NOT IKE"

"BRIDE TAKE RIDE"

"MAGGIE SAYS I DON'T"


NEWSPAPER MONTAGE:
INT. NEW YORK BAR - DAY
Kevin, the bartender, reads Jay's column, in the USA Today

entitled "Maggie's Mad Dash".


CUT TO:
EXT. USA TODAY LOADING DOCK - DAY
Various newspaper WORKERS also read Jay's column in the USA

Today entitled "Maggie Mad Dash" and "Hardware Honey Goes Nuts

and Bolts" in another newspaper.
FADE IN
EXT. MAIN STREET/HALE - NIGHT (1-5 MONTHS LATER)
It's a night like any other in Hale -- the regular order of

things has been restored on its quaint streets. Quartet sings

in front of the hotel. LEE AND CORY CHUFFA: About where Peggy

is.
INT. HARDWARE STORE - NIGHT


Maggie is sitting, end of a long day. Peggy sticks her head in

entrance door.


PEGGY

You okay? I'm closing.


MAGGIE

I'm just finishing up, too.


PEGGY

Want to go to Butch's for a drink or

something?
MAGGIE

(interrupting)

No, I'm just going to head home.
PEGGY

Okay.
Peggy starts to go, then moves close to Maggie.


PEGGY (cont'd)

(stepping closer

and making a "V"

with her fingers)

You know, I was just thinking about

that geese thing. I think the "V" was

half of a "W". A "W" for...
MAGGIE

What are you talking about?


PEGGY

Wedding. Wedding.

(holding Maggie's face)

You just have to get the rest of your

ducks in a row.
MAGGIE

Thank you. You still think that he

was....
PEGGY

Quick. Very quick.


Peggy exits. Maggie stares, losing herself in thought. Then a

VOICE startles her.


VOICE

(whispers)

Marry me, Maggie.
Maggie jumps and turns to see: DENNIS -- the kid from the high

school football team, popping up from a low position near the

counter.
MAGGIE

(softly)

Hi, Dennis.
DENNIS

I am going to propose, you know. I

mean, the right way. Soon as I turn

eighteen.


MAGGIE

You're sweet, Dennis. But you've got

to go. I'm closing up. Here's a candy

bar and one for your brother.


Dennis takes the candy and starts to go.
DENNIS

I'm not giving up. A person shouldn't

give up.
Dennis exits. Maggie is alone. She turns out the lamp she

designed, then on again. She turns off the other lamp on the

counter and exits. We hold on Maggie's designed lamp.
CUT TO:
INT. IKE'S HALLWAY AND APARTMENT - NIGHT
Ike walks up to his door, carrying his mail and a bag of

carryout. He opens the door and walks into his apartment. He

pets Italics, who sits on his sofa bed. Without taking off his

coat, he goes to his keyboard and plays music as he CHUFFAS to

his cat about marriage and divorce.
CUT TO:
INT. MAGGIE'S HOUSE - DAY
Dad and Grandma Julia are there. Grandma is making lunch.

Walter is juggling oranges. There's glass of beer on the

kitchen counter.
WALTER

That's Maggie. Home for lunch.


GRANDMA JULIA

She's been doing this since the last

wedding. I don't think it's good.
Maggie walks in and kisses Grandma on the cheek.
MAGGIE

Hey. Grandma, what's for lunch?


GRANDMA JULIA

Turkey and cheese.


WALTER

Honey, your grandmother and I were

thinking about opening a wedding gift

museum.
Walter laughs.


MAGGIE

STOP!
Walter looks at his daughter in surprise. He's never heard a

tone like this in her voice before.
WALTER

What?
MAGGIE

(quiet fury)

Just stop it. Don't say another word

like that.
WALTER

(putting down the oranges)

Maggie, it's just a joke...
MAGGIE

No. It's my life.


WALTER

A harmless joke.


MAGGIE

No, it's humiliating and you've been

doing it since I was a kid. I don't

like it. Stop. You may not like

having a daughter with problems. But

guess what? I don't like having a

father who's drunk all the time. I'll

eat in my room.


Maggie takes a plate and exits.
GRANDMA JULIA

That needed to be said. You know --

you're always making jokes about her,

so they won't make jokes about your

drinking.
Walter reacts.
CUT TO:
INT. IKE'S APARTMENT - DAY
Ike goes out on his terrace. He bounces a basketball. It

doesn't bounce. He sits on the steps of the patio an stares.


CUT TO:
INT. MAGGIE'S WORKROOM/GYM - DAY
Maggie is kickboxing.
CUT TO:
INT. MAGGIE'S WORKROOM/GYM - ANOTHER DAY
Maggie is a bit melancholy as she works on her lamps.
CUT TO:
INT. IKE'S APARTMENT - ANOTHER DAY
Ike quietly sits in bed writing and staring into space thinking.

His cat sits on the windowsill.


CUT TO:
INT. MAGGIE'S WORKROOM/GYM - NIGHT
Maggie jumps rope barefooted late at night.
MAGGIE

I need a plan... A plan to life... What

would Bruce Lee do? He'd kick some

ass...
CUT TO:


INT. MAGGIE'S KITCHEN - DAY
Maggie in front of plates full of all sorts of types of eggs --

scrambled, poached, sunny-side up, Benedict, soft boiled, etc

-- sits on the kitchen counter. She ties them all.
EXT. NEW YORK STREET - DAY
Establishing shot. Two MEN try to fix the engine of a taxi

outside the restaurant.


CUT TO:
EXT. NEW YORK STREET - DUSK
Eke walks by the T-shirt Vendor, goes into a subway station.
EXT. ANOTHER STREET - DUSK
Ike crosses a busy street where a MAN is being arrested. Ike is

passing the upscale "Millennium Hardware Store". He glances at

the window, looks away, stops and looks again. The window

display is made up of an assortment of Maggie's lamps. Logo

"MAG" is on them. He smiles and walks on.
EXT. CENTRAL PARK RESERVOIR - DUSK
Ike stares out at water as he walks.
EXT. IKE'S APARTMENT BUILDING - NIGHT
Ike walks along sidewalk, crosses street, enters his building.
INT. IKE'S APARTMENT - NIGHT
Ike opens the door to his apartment and flicks on the lights. He

crosses to hang his coat in the closet. In the closet mirror, he

sees and is stunned to find: MAGGIE, sitting on the couch

holding Italics, the cat.


MAGGIE

Hello, Ike.


He closes the closet and crosses to his desk.
IKE

Don't tell me. My doorman is one of

your many admires... I knew I should

have given him a better Christmas gift.


Maggie smiles tenuously. She's more than a little terrified.
MAGGIE

I've been making friends with your cat.

(then)

Is it okay that I'm here?


IKE

I don't have much choice in the matter

now, do I? But I can't speak for

Italics.

(to Cat)

Traitor!


He moves to the kitchen.
MAGGIE

I don't blame you for being mad...


Ike looks at her. Apparently the word "mad" is an understatement.
MAGGIE (cont'd)

... Or... furious.


Ike looks at her again.
MAGGIE (cont'd)

... Irate? Livid? How's that?


He starts putting cat food in a bowl. The cat leaves Maggie's

side and starts to east.


IKE

Livid is good. So what is it, Maggie?

You here on business? I saw your lamps.

They're terrific.


MAGGIE

It's something I've always wanted to do.


Ike leaves the kitchen, turns on the balcony lights and re-enters

the living room from the balcony.


IKE

You actually could make breaking and

entering into a new career.

(after opening

the glass doors)

So, what are you doing here?


MAGGIE

I wanted to talk to you about why I run

or ride away from things.
Ike moves away from her and sits on the steps near the balcony

window, listening.


IKE

(after sitting)

Does it matter?
MAGGIE

I think so... When I was walking down

the aisle? I was walking toward

somebody who didn't have any idea who I

really was. And it was only half the

other person's fault, because I had

done everything to convince him that I

was exactly what he wanted. So it was

good that I didn't go through with it

because it would have been a lie, but

you -- you knew the real me.
IKE

Yes, I did.


MAGGIE

I didn't. And you being the one at the

end of the aisle didn't just fix that.
Ike takes this in. She's reaching him -- but then the defenses

go back up. He turns to her.


IKE

No, I couldn't fix anything...

(as he gets up)

But I still ended up chasing a truck.


Ike moves out to the balcony. After a moment, Maggie follows him.
EXT. BALCONY/IKE'SAPARTMENT - NIGHT
The balcony overlooks Central Park. The twinkling lights of the

city stretch out across the beautiful night. Ike looks out at

the view with his back to Maggie as she speaks.
MAGGIE

I understand why you bring up the truck.

Let me explain something. The fact is,

you've seen me at my worst, most

embarrassing, deviously plotting,

potentially but not certifiably,

psychotic state. And if you liked me

then, I mean, now... I can't imagine...

(crosses to him)

Benedict.


Ike has no response.
MAGGIE (cont'd)

I love eggs Benedict. I hate all the

other kinds.
She hesitates.
MAGGIE (cont'd)

... I hate big weddings with everybody

staring. I would like to get married

on a weekday while everybody is at work.

If I ride off into the sunset, I want

my own horse.


IKE

Should I be writing this down?


She returns to the balcony and hands him the box.
IKE (cont'd)

What's this?


MAGGIE

These are for you.


He opens it. It's her running shoes.
IKE

Used?
MAGGIE

They're mine. I'm turning in my

running shoes to you.


IKE

This is getting serious.


Now she is glowing at him, shining with the full force of her.
MAGGIE

And one more thing. I know it's hard

to believe there could be more. Um...
Maggie glances around and spots a DECK CHAIR, which she turns so

it is facing the city lights. Then she softly says:


MAGGIE (cont'd)

If you could have a seat, please.


Ike sits. Maggie takes the box from him and puts it aide. And

then she gets down on one knee.


IKE

(laughing)

Oh my God. No.
Maggie smiles up at him. Ike tips his head back and covers his

eyes with his hand.


MAGGIE

No, no -- don't hide your face, this

only happens once in a lifetime. It's

definitely a first to me, and you're

not going to want to miss it.
He smiles as he looks at Maggie.
MAGGIE (cont'd)

I love you, Homer Eisenhower Graham.

Will you marry me?
Ike swallows, overwhelmed, overjoyed, and scared shitless.
IKE

Maggie, I gotta think about this a

little bit.
Maggie hops cheerfully back to her feet.
MAGGIE

(cheerful)

Good.
She gets off her knees and stands.
MAGGIE (cont'd)

I was hoping you'd say that.


IKE

(laughing)

You were not.
MAGGIE

I was, because if you said "yes" right

away, I wouldn't get to say this next

part. And I've been practicing it.

(pulling up a chair

and sitting)

Ready?
IKE

I'm listening.


MAGGIE

(tenderly)

"I guarantee that we'll have tough

times. I guarantee that at some point

one or both oof us will want to get out.

But I also guarantee that if I don't

ask you to be mine, I'll regret it for

the rest of my life. Because I know in

my heart -- you're the only one for me".
Ike takes her hands affectionately.
IKE

Pretty good speech, Maggie.


MAGGIE

I borrowed it from this guy I know.

So?
Ike looks into Maggie's shining face and pauses. He gets up and

motions with his hand for her to stay seated. He goes inside and

turns on some music. The cat is sitting by the radio. He

returns to the balcony and takes Maggie's hand.


IKE

Dance with me.


They start to dance a slow dance.
DISSOLVE TO:
EXT. LARGE GREEN FIELD - DAY
We see a hill and on top of it is a Pastor marrying Maggie and

Ike, in beautiful wedding attire. We see Maggie walk down a

leaf-lined aisle to a waiting Ike. They kiss as we hear the vows

and hear them each say "I do". They kiss a twirling, whirling

kiss, a circular kiss. We hear the applause of about twenty

people. Slowly, we see the twenty people come over the crest of

the hill. They are all Maggie's family and friends, plus the

old grooms. They are all paired in twos, like a love Noah's ark.

We see others get the news.
INT. CHURCH - DAY
Priest Brian hears about Maggie's wedding.
INT. BAKERY - DAY
Mrs. Trout hears about Maggie's wedding.
INT. NEW YORK BAR - DAY
George, Groom #3, hears about Maggie's wedding.
INT. ELLIE'S OFFICE OR APARTMENT - DAY
Ellie and Fisher hear about Maggie's wedding.
EXT. FIELD - DAY
ANOTHER ANGLE:
Maggie and Ike finally break the kiss. Ike takes her hand and

walks her to two horses. Ike and Maggie, on the two horses, ride

off happily in their wedding clothes. As the group cheers,

Maggie throws bouquet. We see it float in the air.


FADE TO BLACK.
THE END
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