Ooh. Look at you. [Turns to John] Wow. Last time we were here in this place trying to get...
John: You know because of what has happened the last time we tried this, I have gained a fuller appreciation of what these vows mean. So I, John Black, take you, Marlena Evans, as my lawfully wedded wife, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, til death do us part.
[Sami gives Marlena the ring.]
Marlena: Ooh. Look at you. [Turns to John] Wow. Last time we were here in this place trying to get married, I got myself injured. You took care of me and all of our friends that were here, they saw me through. They saved my life. So this is not really two people who love each other getting married. This is all our family and our friends being a big part of it. You know, I wanted to get married here because this is the place that the plaque for Tom and Alice was dedicated and they... they are the two people who showed me so much about what a marriage really is, and not because they didn't have problems but because when they had problems and they worked them out, their marriage was even stronger after that. I want that for us. I want us to celebrate every day as if it were our first together. And I will delight in you all the days of our lives.