At the Keegan estate outside of Haven, the two families are meeting for a rehearsal luncheon. The groom, Peter Novelli, finds his father-in-law Ben standing in the field near the edge of the forest. Ben tells him to go easy on the staff and Peter insists that they want his bride, Moira, to be happy. Ben tells him to provide for Moira on his own, and Peter insists that having a stake to start would help. When his father-in-law walks off, disgusted, Peter kicks a discarded soccer ball into the forest. After a few seconds something throws the soccer ball, now torn and deflated, back onto the field...Read the full recap
Chris Brody: You know, I gotta buddy works at Glacier National. He says seeing a grizzly's tracks is worse than seeing the bear.
Audrey: And why is that?
Chris Brody: 'Cause that means the bear can see you.
Nathan: Where are you guys?
David: Uh, three iron from the Keegan farm's our twenty, over.
Nathan: What happened?
David: Be quiet. Baby Bear, we got some bubbling civilians in the soup. Can we get an ETA, over?
Nathan: Guys, I'll come help you one more time. But only if you stop talking like that and get off the air right now.
David: Copy that, Baby Bear, these birds are going to roost, over and out.
Duke: Tell me you have a plan.
Audrey: Why would I need a plan? I've got you.
Duke: That's true.
Evidence "Evi" Ryan: You know, you've changed, right? Just looking out for other people and taking one for the team. It's nice.
Duke: Thank you. I think.
Nathan: So now you need someone from each side to make the Trouble happen?
David: Like epoxy.
Vince: Or peanut butter cups.