Yes, I Do

Synopsis:
Genre: Romance
TV-G
Year:
2018
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It's a big day.

Good luck, son.

Thank you for coming.

[laughing nervously]

I'm having

trouble breathing.

I'm breaking out.

He'll understand, right?

Oh...

[bride]:
I don't know

what's wrong with me.

I love him...

I really do.

There's a wedding

about to happen.

I know.

You're in it.

Oh...

Okay, it's okay.

You don't have to.

I'm sure

he'll understand.

I'm horrible.

No, you're not.

You're a good person.

It's okay.

Do you want to do this?

I...

Do you?

I do...

not.

Go... Go, go!

Oh, Charlotte...

[church bells ringing]

Hey. Thanks for coming.

[pastor]:

Please be seated.

Friends,

we have joined here today

to share

with James and Charlotte

in holy matrimony.

In their time together,

they have seen their love

and their understanding

of each other

grow and blossom,

and now have decided

to live out

the rest of their lives

as one.

Do you,

James Cooper,

take Charlotte

to be your wife?

I do.

Do you, Charlotte Bennett,

take James to be

your husband?

Charlotte?

Do you?

I do...

not.

[James, sighing]: Again?

[rain spattering]

Charlotte!

I'm so sorry.

Good morning!

Hi!

Everything looks good.

Looking good.

Mm, okay...

What do you think?

Okay, it's ridiculously

expensive,

but how many times does a girl

get to be Maid of Honor

three times

with the same bride?

Oh, no, no, no,

no, no.

Charlotte?

The wedding's

still 30 days away.

You just have to get over

the actual wedding part.

Think about

everything

you have going on in

your life right now.

You have a meeting

with the editor-in-chief

of Chocolate Monthly Magazine

with the chance of winning

their next big contest.

You have plans to

open your next shop,

not to mention the hype

around creating

your next, big flavor

which no one's ever tasted

before.

I mean, compared

to all that,

this wedding thing?

It's a piece of cake.

Bad reference.

The point is, it'll be easy.

James is handling

everything wedding,

so all you have to do

is show up and say, "I do..."

again.

Hello, beautiful.

Oh, let me

get this here...

What?

That look on your face.

What look?

Of absolute trepidation.

You're not...

Just hear me out.

You are.

You're the one...

I knew it.

And what happened...

twice...

had nothing to do with you or us

or anything like that.

And we've been

over all that,

but it's all in

the past, right?

Right.

Yeah, I love you.

I love you, too.

I love you more than anyone

in the whole world,

and...

I want to spend

the rest of my life with you,

and have a family with you,

and grow old with you,

and...

But...?

No buts.

Okay, there's a but.

Look, I don't know

what it is, James, okay?

It's like I've developed

some sort of...

hyper-sensitivity to weddings,

and not just

our own wedding, okay?

When I go to a friend's wedding,

I just... I don't know...

it's like I literally break out

into hives or something.

You know?

I mean,

ours is a month away,

and I'm already starting

to get the itch.

Okay, a hyper-sensitivity

to weddings,

which causes you

to break into hives?

You do know that's not

physically possible, right?

Well, says who?

Says any reasonable

person, Charlotte.

I'm a reasonable person.

Until you start

over-thinking things.

I mean, you analyze

and calculate

and ponder

every possibility

instead of just letting things

be what they are...

which works

great for your business

and your masterful

chocolate creations,

but not...

in a relationship.

I know.

It's all set.

I've planned everything.

I haven't even mentioned

the word "wedding".

I've been calling it

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