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Jebediah Thornley, the guardian of one of the brides, arrives in Seattle and plans to take her away unless she's married. He believes that she's married to Joshua, and Joshua has no choice but to play along or Jebediah will leave with his niece, forcing the Bolts to forfeit their bet with Aaron.
Jason: But Lottie, Lottie... the most important thing--the most important thing is, to keep Clancey from getting a drink.
Lottie: Oh, that's like trying to stop a locomotive with a lariat.
Clancey: Young Bolt, I feel like I'm downwind of last week's mackerel dinner.
Jeremy: Uh, I don't know what you're talking about, Clancey.
Clancey: Somethin' smells around here.
Jebediah: I made some bad investments. I can't be blamed for that.
Peggy: You gambled most of it away.
Jebediah: Gambling is a form of investment.
Jason: And Lottie, remember, water, water everywhere, and not a drop.
Jason paraphrases a line from Samuel Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. The full line is “Water, water, everywhere, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink.”