Alana:[knocking on bedroom door]You guys decent?
Paul:Roy! You call THIS decent?
Roy:No. No, no, no, no! Sorry! Not decent at all!
Meryl:Pizza and Chinese food at my daughter's wedding - it's a complete disaster.
Richard:I need you to understand something.
Richard:They haven't invented a disease that will make me forget you... or Paul... or Alana... or how much I love all of you. Maybe my body will stop working, maybe even my mind, but my heart - that's w... where... Alzheimer's isn't gonna touch my heart.
Richard:Well, you know, even though I've got this disease, and even though we're both afraid, y-you know what we have right now?
Richard:We have right now. Not Christmas Past, not Christmas Future - Christmas Present. And right now I think Christmas Present seems pretty good.
Paul:I'm almost afraid to ask about the rest of your hopes and dreams.
Gavin:You know. Get married, have a family - the usual.
Paul:Hey, me, too, although I hear adopted children can be a... a real handful.
Gavin:Yeah, I know. I met a few and... I liked them.
Richard:I know you're planning this June wedding for Alana, and, uh, I just wanted to know if, um... if you... A-a-are you sure this is what Alana wants?
Meryl:Course it is. I mean, we've been talking about this for I don't know how long.
Richard:Is it possible you've been talking about it since I got diagnosed with early-onset?
Meryl:I don't know. I suppose it's possible.
Richard:And you know how Alana's always wanted a big wedding and a reception in the back yard?
Meryl:Of course. That's exactly why we're doing this.
Richard:I think that was when she was a teenager.