Double The Pleasure, Double The Fun
Greenlee: I'm sorry...for all the crazy talk. Opal just pushed some buttons, that's all. I don't think our wedding is doomed. It's going to be perfect, just like the rest of our lives.
Yes, Greens, you're totally right. Your wedding is going to be perfect, what with the date being picked on a whim, the complicated issue of the divorces you and your fiance have to go through and the fact that you are sharing it with Bianca and some woman that you don't know at all. What could possibly go wrong?!
The AMC writers don't even need to exert any sort of effort in writing a terrible story for these four but, bless their hearts, they just are not content to sit and rest on their laurels. They really want to try! It's admirable, if you ignore the part about them trying to be a new brand of awful.
Bianca: What? You guys -- you guys are getting married on Valentine's day?
Ryan: Yes, we are. We just chose it. A very scientific method, actually. Why?
Reese: That's actually when we were going to tie the knot.
Greenlee: Oh, then we'll have to choose a different date then.
Ryan: Ah, yeah, well, no.
1.) OF COURSE these morons are getting married on Valentine's Day. OF COURSE.
2.) OF COURSE Ryan is the biggest Bridezilla of them all. OF COURSE.
Ryan: That would be kind of like tempting, you know, fate. The gods might get angry with that. You know what I mean?
I do know what you mean, Ry. The gods totally frown upon randomly chosen dates being changed, but they are totally cool with a wedding being planned while both participants are still in the process of divorcing their current spouses.
Greenlee: Yeah, but we would want to invite the same people that Bianca and Reese would be inviting, so --
Ryan: Yes, that's true. That is true, but we could just kind of alter the time a little bit. You guys could take the evening. We could take the afternoon.
Bianca: You know what? Why -- why don't we just do a double wedding? That'd be fun.
It totally will be! For the audience! Who will no doubt turn to massive quantities of hard liquor in order to make it through two complete farces. Eeeeee!!
Reese, perhaps because of her supersonic greatness, is completely fine with sharing her wedding with two strangers.
Bianca: Are you sure you're ok with this whole double wedding thing?
Reese: Yeah, it'll be great.
"I love the idea of sharing the most special day of my life with two people I don't know who aren't even divorced from their current partners yet. It's going to be rad! Why don't we go all out and have a triple wedding with people we meet online?!"
Erica, Erica Kane is the sole voice of reason in this entire situation and pointed out to Bianca that this is a sucky idea on all fronts AND nobody wants to jinx their nuptials by teaming up with the Ryan/Greenlee train-wreck, but Bianca completely ignored her. Bianca, you fool! Listen to your mother! She's the smartest person in Pine Valley, no matter how many brain cells she kills with her liberal usage of hairspray!