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The programs look great.I mean, it's not our names on the front, but otherwise, really nice.

Hey, I talked to Robin.She's running a little bit late, but she'll be here just under the wire.

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You invited Robin?

Yeah, of course.

You never told me that.I'm not sure how I feel about that.

Can I help? You feel glad.You like Robin.

Yeah, but, she's your ex-girlfriend.It's weird.

It's not weird.

It is weird.You don't get what's like for a bride to see her groom's ex at their wedding.

Stella.Your new husband used to nail me, like, three times a day.

Having exes around, I don't know, it brings up unresolved things.How do you know that spark won't come back with your ex sitting out there?

Come on, we're just friends.Plus, Robin and I already had our backslide last Thanksgiving, not even that long ago.

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Did you place a large bet against yourself in this argument?

place a bet ‚Š‚Ż‚đ‚ˇ‚é

She already got her ticket.

Ted, it's important to me.I would never invite Lucy's dad.

I wouldn't care if you did.Tony's great.Let's invite him, too.

No,Tony is the last person I want at our wedding, okay? And Robin is a close second.

Robin's probably about to get on the plane.Plus, she left a really important job for this.

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What should I do?

I don't know.

I kinda get the no exes thing.Why ask a filed romance to come and watch your successful one? It's like inviting the Seattle Mariners to a World Series game.It's weird for everyone.

What? No.Robin has to come.

Right, she's like, my best friend.Female friend.My best female friend.

Hey! Whoa! I don't care, why fake it.

Dude, Robin has to be here.

She shouldn't come.

What are you talk...

Justice Aldrin, tie-breaking vote.

Okay, wouldn't feel right without Robin.But you don't mess with the bride.

I'm gonna tell her not to come.

No, Ted.

It's the right decision, Ted.

This is gonna be, like, the worst phone conversation of all time.

Ted,Ted,Ted.Co-best man I'm on it.

Hello?

Robin, where are you?

Just heading to the airport.

Okay, well, see you soon.Have a great flight.

Bad news.I couldn't reach her.Robin's already in on her way.

Okay, Robin's on her way.You know what, I'm glad.Exes should be allowed to come to weddings.I'll just tell Stella she's got to deal with it.

I think you need to be more delicate with Stella about this whole Robin thing.

What do you mean by delicate?

Brides are under a lot of stress before a wedding.I mean, of course, I held it together pretty well.

You don't remember?

The florist just told me the roses are more light medium-pink than medium-pink.Light medium-pink! Everything's ruined.

florist ‰Ô‰Ž‚ĚŒo‰cŽŇ

Our wedding site uses a gravity furnace instead of forced-air heating.That's the one thing I cared about.Why are we even getting married?

gravity d—Í furnace ‚Š‚Ü‚Ç

Blobbity-blah.Wickity-wah.Eeky, eeky, eeky, eeky whee!

After a while, it's all noise.

Poor Stella's had to jam months of crazy into just three days.

So what do I do?

You wait for the next crisis, you solve it, you're a hero.Then you bring up the Robin thing, but this time, she'll say yes.

Yeah, but what if there's no next crisis?

She's a bride.There will be a next crisis.

There's an next crisis.

Awesome! What is it?

My daughter, my own daughter isn't coming to our wedding.

What?

Tony's supposed to drive her up tomorrow, but now he's being all petty about me getting married, and he won't do it.It's been five years.Why can't we just move on already?

So first thing tomorrow I drive down, talk to him, get him to let me drive Lucy up, than, boom, crisis solved.Stella's happy.Robin comes to the wedding.

Hey.You Barney?

Yes.

I hear you're a real man whore, so listen up.Tomorrow night I want to do things so dirty and so depraved that I forget that this was supposed to be my wedding.

depraved ‰ş—ň‚Č

I I'm kind of here with someone.

Bring her.

You're never going to make it.

So, the morning of my wedding day I made the trip back to Tony's house to get Lucy.

Hey

Tony. Doing a little karate?

Sorry, sorry,man.You just set off my internal defense alarm.You got to watch these things.Stay alert, stay alive.

Right.

So what brings you here? I thought you'd be off in some honeymoon suite with my woman right now.

Not yet.Soon.

That's right, tonight's the night.Yeah! Oh, man, you are going to be sticking it to the mother of my child.

Actually, I've already stuck it to her plenty of times.Why do I always have to correct people?

You and Stella.You lucky dog.I could just I'm so happy for you guys.

Yeah listen, here's the thing Lucy.

You can't take her.

Tony, stop.Look this is a big day for Lucy, too.You're going to have to put aside your own issues and think about what's best for her here.Whether you like it or not, she really should be at her mother's wedding.So, I'm taking Lucy with me.

You're right, man.You're right.I'm sorry.I'm sorry.It's just seeing you guys has made me realize everything I had.

Hey, hey let's stop hugging.

I'm sorry.Lucy means the world to me.And I feel like I'm losing her to this new family a family I'm not even a part of.

Come on, sure you are.

No, I'm not.I wasn't even invited to the wedding.

Well, you are now.

Thank you.

Road trip.

Right?

Road Trip 2 Back in the Car.

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