03x10 - Highland Wedding

Episode transcripts for the TV show "Pennyworth". Aired: July 2019 to present.
Alfred Pennyworth and Bruce Wayne's father work together at a security company.
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03x10 - Highland Wedding

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- ♪ I, O ♪

♪ I, I, I, I, I, I, O ♪

♪ I, O ♪

- ♪ I, O ♪

♪ I, I, I, I, I, I, O ♪

♪ I, O ♪

♪ You know I love getting
up in the morning ♪

♪ When the sun first strikes the trees ♪

- _
- ♪ All the morning birds that sing above ♪

♪ Still bring back memories ♪

- _
- ♪ Of a girl who stood beside me ♪

♪ When the rights I did were wrong ♪

♪ But she went back down the river ♪

♪ Just when I thought
I could be strong ♪

♪ When I thought I could be strong ♪

♪ So I sing I, O ♪

♪ I, I, I, I, I ♪

- Good morning, sir.
- Good morning.

Thank you.

♪ I, O ♪
♪ I, I, I, I, I, I, O ♪

♪ I, O ♪

Tea, Miss Sykes?

No, thank you, Mr. Chadley.

Soon as she's asleep,
I'll be out like a light myself.

I will be quiet as the mouse.

Babies must be very tiresome.

Mm. Don't get me started.

You wake me if my sister
calls, though, won't you?




♪ ♪


Sorry. Sorry.


Good morning. Pennyworth Security.

This is Lucius Fox.

[MUFFLED] Lucius Fox. Mayday. Mayday.


- [MUFFLED] Level . Level .
- Hello?

I repeat, Level .


Did you say Level , Dr. Fox?

Hello? Can you hear me?


♪ ♪

- Darn.
- Fair do.

I thought you were all mouth,
but the bugger worked.

- You're a wizard, you are.
- Ow.


♪ ♪

- Dash and buggery!

Call that quiet, do you?

- Sorry.
- Shh.


Thank you for your
assistance, Inspector.

- We'll wait to hear from you.
- Of course. Mr. Pennyworth.

- Thanks.
- Thank you.

Thank you, Mr. Wayne.

- All good?
- Sorted.

Tea's ready if you'd like some.
Milk and sugar are on the tray.

Oh, thanks, Gladys, but I think
we're all ready to h*t the sack.

Uh, she means sleep.

- I think we're exhausted.
- I'm wide awake.

No, you're not. You can
barely keep your eyes open.

- I could sleep forever, I think.

Hello. Wayne residence.

Of course. I'll fetch him for you.

Phone call for Mr. Pennyworth.


- This is Alfred.
- Alfie.

Thank goodness I found you.

- No one wants tea, then?
- Thanks, Gladys.

All right. Thanks, Mr. C.

- Trouble, son?
- That was Chadley.

Lucius in a spot of bother.

Uh, Mrs. P, would you...

Yeah. Come on, Sam.

Let's go run a bath.


Lucius said, "Mayday, mayday.
Level ," then got cut off.

Lucius would only use the mayday
signal if he was in real danger.

I'm sorry, what's, um... what's Level ?

It's an underground Army facility.

Finding new and fiendish
ways to w*apon P-dubs.

Lucius was trying to gain access.

Oh, for Christ's sake. What a bad
idea. Why would he do that?

Because something bad's going
on down there. Something evil.

- Like what?
- W... I don't know.

They're trying to make w*apon
out of human beings.

Meaning you don't really
know what's going on.

That's why Lucius went down
there: to find out the truth.

And I kind of...
encouraged him a bit, so...

Oh, Jesus, Martha.


♪ ♪

And you're quite sure
that's what he said.

Certain, sir.

Mayday? How strange.

Isn't it?

So I'll look into that for you

if you give me permission
to go to Level .

Level is, as you very well know,
an entirely Army operation.

I have no say in the matter.

Relations between the
government and the Army

are in a fragile state at the moment.

Hostile, in fact. Extremely hostile.

Sir, Lucius is being
held against his will

because he knows the
truth about Level ,

- and I fear for his life.
- Possibly true,

but we don't know it to be true.

- I can't act on possibility.
- B-but...

However, if some independent
entity or person,

without my knowledge or consent,

were to establish the facts
and found, by whatever means,

that there were crimes
going on down there,

then the police and the high
courts would take the lead,

not this office.

Which would not make me unhappy.

Got it. Have I got it?

[SIGHS] I do hope so.


♪ ♪


♪ ♪

♪ ♪

He's given us the green light.

- Th-the green light?
- To go get Lucius.

What do you mean?
There's nothing we can do.

I mean, w-we can get
him a lawyer, but...

The prime minister has just
given us tacit permission

- to go in and rescue him.
- Rescue him? How?

However we can.

I have a security pass for Level ,

so from there, I'm sure we can
find a way down to Level .

I can't believe I'm hearing this.
We have just rescued our daughter

from the clutches of a maniac.

That's enough drama for
one week, don't you think?

I'm with him.

Lucius is a friend in danger.

- I have to do this, Thomas.
- Martha...

And they're hiding
something awful down there.

- That's none of our business.
- Well, it is my business!

Those poor souls are my
business because it's my job!

Yes, yes, you're a secret agent,

but you're also a wife and a mother.

And you're part of a family,

a family that's just been
through a serious trauma.

Well, I'm also a friend to Lucius.

And you'll be here to look after Sam.


also, I don't know what else I can do.


f*ck this. Go be a... go
be a secret f*cking agent.


Please wait.

- Thomas! Thomas. I'm sorry.

Sorry about what?

I am who I am, Thomas.


- You're a little crazy.
- [LAUGHS] Yeah.

But, honey, look who's talking.

I just wanna go back to
being a normal family.

Well, maybe that's not possible.

Maybe we should accept
that we're not normal.

Accept that we're a strange,
f*cked-up family.

Just embrace the f*ck.

No. No. I vote on going back
to being a normal family.

You mean stand by and do
nothing when we could help?

Is it really such a bad idea?

Just this once?

No. No.

You're gonna go ahead and
"do the right thing," aren't you?

Lucius is in trouble because of me.

I have to go. You know that.

Come inside.


♪ ♪


♪ ♪

I'll pay you.

- Excuse me?
- I'll pay you.

To help me go get Lucius.

Don't look at me.
I would love to come along,

but I... I need a nap.

And Sam needs at least
one sane, live parent.

I need you, Alfie. Name your price.

Well, now you're just trying
to make me feel bad.


I gave that up a long time ago.

You're unshameable.

♪ ♪

Call it a tenner.

I'm not doing nothing
for free. I'm not a mug.

- Lot of help you were.
- Well, embrace the f*ck, Alfie.


Oh, thank God we found you.

Hello, Sally.

That drug you gave out to the party,

you have to stop giving it out.

- You have to stop right now.
- Stop it?

Nobody can stop it, darling.

Half of London just had Lullaby
milk in their morning tea.

Tell us you're joking.

After you left the party,
people went mad.

Aye, they k*lled yon Dr. Glubb.

Really? How?

What does it matter?

Your drug is f*cked!

Lullaby frees the inner soul, Daveboy.

Some souls are governed
by love, others by fear.

Everybody does their own thing.

- That's life.
- Death, actually.

Death is life.

Life is death.

It's wonderful... and horrible

and very, very now.

It's madness, is what it is.

You can call it madness
if you wish, Daveboy.

I like to call it joy.

- Francis!
- Aye?

♪ ♪

And what do you call that?

- Don't be scared.
- No?

♪ ♪

These are my disciples.


My beautiful children!

Give me your love!


♪ ♪


- Stop! Stop!
- Go, go, go, go.

Go! Go!

♪ ♪


New intake for Level .

Oh, and do you have access to Level ?

- Yeah, but you...
- Great. That's good to know.

- Hello, Ms. Kane.
- Hi, Henry.

Sorry about this.

- Sorry about what?

Get in.




Level access granted.

Mind the closing doors.



♪ ♪

You know this is very sketchy, Alfie.

I do.

Thank you for coming.

There's no need to thank me.
There's a tenner in it.

♪ ♪

Morning. Ministry inspection.

Take us to General Thursday.

This way, ma'am.

♪ ♪

Mrs. Wayne? Pennyworth?

What the devil are you doing down here?

- You don't have clearance.
- Good day to you, General.

You're holding Lucius
Fox here, I believe.

- Who told you that?
- He did.

- Nonsense.
- We need to see him.

Oh, really?

On whose authority?

The prime minister has no right...

The prime minister has
nothing to do with this.

We're here as private citizens,

representatives of the people.

The people? Nonsense.

- Aziz sent you.
- Think what you like.

But you're holding Lucius Fox
without charges or a warrant,

and I am here exercising
his habeas corpus rights.


Civilian jargon.

You're trespassers in a high-security,
high-value m*llitary facility

guarded by a battalion of soldiers.

- Really?
- Hmm.

'Cause the way I see it,
we're in a little room

just the three of us.

Five of us, actually.


What the hell?


- Three.
- You just committed treason.

Get on that PA system and tell
your soldiers to stand down.

What are you going to do, sh**t me?

That's right.

- She's bluffing.

I wouldn't bet on that, mate.

I won't k*ll you. I'll just wound you.

You're crazy.


I'm beginning to understand that.

It's very liberating, actually.

I'm the commander in chief
of the bloody Army.

You can't do this.

Well, you wouldn't think so,
would you? But here we are.

And you don't mind me saying, sir,

you don't run a very tight ship.

♪ ♪

- Get off!

Attention all personnel,

this is your commander in
chief, General Thursday.

This facility is now
under civilian control.


I repeat, under civilian control.

Stand down from your duties

and stow your w*apon immediately.

♪ We are as birds ♪

♪ Fluttering in momentary light ♪

♪ ♪

♪ Before we return again ♪

♪ To the blackness of the night ♪

♪ ♪


Sir, we have an ongoing mental
health emergency across the city.


People are going mad,

and nobody knows what's causing it.

Some have turned violent.
They're forming mobs.


Mobs, you say?

♪ ♪

- What do they want?
- They're mad, sir.

- They don't want anything.
- Nonsense.

Everybody wants something.

♪ ♪

Secure the gates.

Call out the guards.

Let no one enter.

- Yes, sir.
- Mm.

An unknown entity is causing
widespread, mass psychosis

throughout central London.

Police and ambulance services
have been suspended...

- Ahh!



♪ As soon as I wake up ♪

♪ Any night, any day ♪

♪ ♪

♪ I know that it's you I need ♪

♪ To take the blues away ♪

♪ ♪

- ♪ It must be love ♪
- Oh!

Listen to me, all of you.

Listen! There are nutters coming here.

We need to secure this building.
Chadley, open up the g*n safe.

You and you, come with me.


He's not joking. Seriously.




Move! Come on!


♪ Nothing more, nothing less ♪

♪ Love is the best ♪

Thank God.

Thank you.

I'm impressed.

- Thank you.
- No problem.

- Are you okay?
- I'm okay.

A little traumatized, I suspect, but...

Time to go, eh?

We can't go yet.

- ... --.

Come on!

- Whoa!
- Oh.

- Sorry.
- Bet.


- Ow! What the f*ck? Careful.
- Sorry.

Mrs. Wayne. Well, I never.

What are you doing here?

You may well ask. Long story.

- I found John Salt, and then...
- For later.

- We need to go.
- We can't go yet.

- What now?
- Okay, guys.


- They need to come with us.
- No.

We can't just leave them in here.

- This is a t*rture chamber.
- Where are you gonna take 'em?

We'll worry about that when
we've got them out of here.

- Yeah, but come on...
- No, he's right. They can't stay here.

- What's going on, Lucius?
- Guys, listen.

We're gonna get you out of here.


So this gadget... will open
the lock in two hours.

If you mess with it,
the doors won't open at all.

Ever. Okay? So don't mess with it.



Oh, and don't try breaking
through the walls

because that, as you know,

would trigger those self-destruct
protocols that you insisted on.

Tell Aziz he'll hang for this.

- May I finish explaining the situation?
- You'll hang too!

- Mark my words.
- Once you get out of this cage,

you'll have full use of the
amenities on this floor,

but you'll find that you're
unable to get to the surface

because I'll have cut the power
to the lifts and air locks.

All of you will hang for this.

You'll be free to go
once your ex-inmates

are safely out of your reach.

I'd estimate a couple of days.

Uh, yeah. I think that's it.

Good luck, and God be with you, sir.


♪ ♪

Oh, that's not good.


What the heck is going on?

- Uh, wild guess: Lullaby.
- f*ck.

I mean, it must be in
the water or something.

What's Lullaby?

- [MACHINE g*n f*ring]
- ♪ ... with candlesticks and caravans ♪


- That's Lullaby.
- ♪ Just left with candlesticks ♪

♪ ♪

I hate that f*cking song.

What's it even mean,
caravans and candlesticks?

Oh, no. Sandra.

Listen, you get to the Queen
Anne and I'll see you there!

Oh, f*ck. Sam. Thomas.

- Get to the Queen Anne!
- Hey, wh...

- Oh, for God's sake.
- Okay, come on.




- Guys!

- Listen!

- Thank you.

So look, we have a dangerous
situation out there.



Let the man speak.

Thank you. Yes.

- A dangerous situation.

We're gonna be okay.

- Sandra!

- Sandra!
- Sandra!

Come down, Sandra!

- Sandra!
- We love you!

- Come down here, Sandra!
- Sandra!


♪ Dull and dreary day ♪

♪ Sad and gloomy gray ♪

♪ The cold wind blew the northside ♪

♪ On the rooftop weathervane ♪

♪ The sky was overcast ♪

♪ Moving mighty fast ♪

♪ And at the very moment
I expected pouring rain ♪

♪ ♪

Come on.

♪ ♪

- Are you mad?
- Sorry to scare you.

- I had to come over the roof.
- Why?

- We need to get out of here now.
- f*ck off.

- I'm not going anywhere with you.
- Listen. Can you hear that?

- Yes. So what?

I get that all the time.

- Fans are crazy.
- Yeah, but these fans have been given

the same drug they gave Jessica Thistle.

They've gone mad, and
they're coming for you.

- Now.
- For me? Why?

Well, I don't know. But they don't
want your f*cking autograph.

You're taking the piss.

- Why would I do that?
- I don't know. I don't know.

Honestly, I don't know what
goes on in your head.

Sometimes I think you
must really hate me.

Oh, give over. You know I don't.

I love you.

[SCOFFS] Bollocks. Bollocks.

That's just a silly word to you.
You don't know what love is.

I know because I used to love you.

Used to. Now I hate you.

Seriously. Quite a lot, actually.

And I'm not going anywhere
with you, thank you very much.

Look, I don't blame you.
I've been a right bastard.


- Sandra!
- We love you, Sandra!

Uh, sorry. Yeah.

Listen. I've been a right bastard,

but I'll make it up to you.

- One, two, three...
- Oh, please!

... four, five, six.

Another throw.

Ahh! Ahh.

Yay, five! A ladder.


- Your go, Daddy.


- Mummy!
- Oh!

- Hey, guys.
- Oh, thank goodness you're all right.

So, um... how did it go?

Yes. Good. Yes.

Yeah. We got Lucius out,

- no problem.
- Good, um...


The tea's rea... ready! [MUTTERS]


Well, I guess I'm just wondering what...

Oh, yeah, what? That half
the city's gone insane? Yeah.

Yeah, we noticed that.

Gladys tried to set the kitchen on f*re.

- She did?
- Mrs. P had to sit on her.

- Oh, God.
- Yeah, it was quite the drama.


Um, can we...


Your go, Mrs. P.

Those afflicted appear to be
in their own little world,

with a great deal of
violent presentation.

Yep. Pretty safe bet
it's Lullaby related.

- Yeah.
- I mean, ironically enough,

this is also your father's fault.

I'm not sure that's the
correct use of "ironically,"

but yes, the Wayne family strikes again.

So I suppose now we're
responsible to save London.

I guess if we could save London,
it would be our responsibility.

But we can't. At least,
I can't think of anything.

- Can you?
- No.

'Kay, well, I vote we get
the hell out of town

for a couple of days at the seaside.


A normal person sensible response.

- Thank you.
- You're welcome.

Just one question: how do we do that?

Get outta town?

I-I have no idea.


Are we good now?

I mean, you and me?

You mean am I willing and
able to live with a woman

who thinks she's a comic book detective?

Mm, yeah. I guess that's what I mean.


Yes. I love you.

I don't know why, but I love you,
so the answer is... it's...


The question is, can
a desperado like you

live with a man who
wants peace and quiet

and a simple family life?


I'm kidding. I'm kidding. [LAUGHS]

- Yes. Yes, I can.
- Oh.

With all my heart.

♪ ♪



♪ ♪

I hear people coming.

♪ ♪

Oh, dear.


Easy for you to say.

k*lling people is your occupation.

♪ ♪

[COCKS g*n]


♪ ♪

Oh, my gosh!

What the f*ck?

♪ ♪

[PANTING] Hello, lads.

All clear. Ready?


Why do we have to go out there?

Couldn't we just hide in here somewhere?

No, they're all over the
building. We can't risk it.

But the car's just down
the road. You'll be fine.

I don't want to go out there.

Trust me. You're safe as houses.

I don't trust you. That's the problem.

- You're not trustworthy.
- Yeah, all right.

Fair play, but listen. With this sort
of business, you can trust me.

Look, I'm not gonna let any harm
come to you or our child.

Never. I promise.

All right. But just 'cause
I'm coming with you now

- doesn't mean we're made up.
- Yeah.

Or together or anything.

As far as I'm concerned, we're over.

Yeah. All right. Whatever you say.

- Now come on.
- Exactly. Thank you.

- You've proved my point.
- What point?


"If you say so."

If you did love me,
you'd tell me I'm wrong.

- You'd fight me.
- Fight you?

We're escaping from a mob of
nutters. I can't fight you now.

- I'll fight you later.
- Yeah, that's you.

Always avoiding the issue.

Always twisting your
way out of being honest.

I'm always honest with you.


Who was the last woman you had sex with?

- Oh, leave off.
- See?

Not me then.

Who was the little slut?
Did you love her too?

- What's that got to do with anything?
- Just be honest, Alfie.

I'm not moving until I
hear something honest.

Her name was Zara.

She was a client, all right?

You happy now?



Foreign, was she?

- What'd she look like?
- Well, she...

- Sandra! Sandra!

- Sandra!
- Sandra!


- Sandra!

- Sandra!
- Sandra!

♪ ♪

Come on!

♪ ♪


Cheers, Mr. C.

You're very welcome.


- Aye-aye.
- Who's this, then?

It's all right. It's a friend.


♪ ♪

- Come on. Hello, chaps.
- All right.

Get ready. Nutters on our tail.

Oh, Sandra, this is, um...


It's so nice to meet you, Sandra.

- Big fan.
- Hello.


Cheers, Kevin.

See, I told you it would be safe.

Thanks for your help.

Send me an invoice.

Well, don't be like that.

Oh, fine. Be like that then.

- Sandra!

- Sandra!
- Wait, wait, wait, wait.




Come on. Come on!


Follow me!

There's no way up, sir.

The power's cut off, as Dr. Fox said.

If we tamper with the system,
the self-destruct protocol kicks in.

Call the barracks.

Send in a squad topside

to get access and come down to us.

Same problem applies, sir.

The self-destruct protocol will
destroy the whole facility.

All right. All right!

Damn Aziz.



♪ ♪

Hello? Hello?

- Aziz?
- Yes?

What the devil do you
think you're playing at?

- Who is this?
- Don't play games with me.

You know damn well this
is General Thursday.


Nobody speaks to me in that tone.

What's the matter with you?

Aside from imprisoning
me and my soldiers,

You've released a mob of
incredibly dangerous PWEs

onto the streets of London!

I haven't the faintest idea
what you're talking about.

You better get us out of
here pretty damn quick

or there'll be hell to pay!

- Do you hear me?
- You thr*at me?

Are you drunk?

Don't you know I can
destroy you with a word?

What do you mean by that?

You know damn well what
I mean, you mutinous dog!


- My God.
- Sir?

Aziz wants me gone.

Easier said than done,
sir, I should say.

Don't you see?

Aziz and that wretched
scientist are in cahoots.

And that scientist designed
the infrastructure here.

Yes, sir?

The self-destruct protocol, man.

The self-destruct protocol.

We're trapped inside a b*mb.

And Aziz can blow us sky high.


- Get Sandra!
- We love you!




I hate this.

Just poor souls off their heads.

Well, on the bright side,
we'll run out of a*mo soon.

We should send Sandra out there, eh?

Once they've had their way
with the poor wee hen,

they'll leave us alone, I bet.


You got a better idea?




Yeah? See your little rattle.

Well, well, well.

How you been keeping?

Not so bad.

- You?
- Mustn't grumble.

How long have you been sitting there?

Not long.

Well, why didn't you wake us?

It were nice, watching you sleep.

That peaceful look on your face.

Everybody said you were d*ad.
I knew you were all right.

- More than I did.
- I knew you'd be back.

I knew you wouldn't leave us
to cope with a f*cking baby.

I wouldn't do that to you.


Well, fair play, I would, but I didn't.


She's all right, though, isn't she?

- Hmm?

She'll do. She's a right smasher.

I could bite you.

I could eat you all up.

[GASPS] Boo!

I won't ask what you've been at.

You wouldn't believe us any road.

- I k*lled John Salt.

I said I would, and I did.

So I heard. I can't approve, but...

well, I'm glad you got it out
of your system at least.

I've been through the mill, Peg.

Through the f*cking mill.

You're a magnet for trouble, eh?

- And you don't change.
- I have changed, though, sis.


- They did things to me.
- Men, eh? f*cking animals.

Let it bother you.



♪ ♪

- Speak.
- Listen.

Before this goes too far,

- we should talk.
- I'm listening.

I gather you think you
have a strong hand.

But please remember, my friend,

I have my own, very powerful, resources.

"My friend," he calls me.

I am your sovereign ruler!
Do you not agree?

You are the lawful head
of the government.

Yes, I am.

And I will deal with you as I see fit!

And the people will applaud, no doubt.

I'm willing to listen to your
larger concerns in good faith.

Tell me what you want.

What do I want?

I want you servile or gone.

I have the power to get you gone.

Don't test my patience!


This is a coup.

He means to set himself up as a dictator

and k*ll us all in the process.

Well, he won't get away with it.

Patch me through to b*mb command.

Yes, sir.


♪ ♪



♪ ♪

♪ At first I was afraid,
I was petrified ♪

♪ Kept thinking I could never
life without you by my side ♪

♪ But then I spent so many nights ♪

♪ Thinking how you did me wrong ♪

- ♪ And I grew strong ♪
- Whoo-hoo!

♪ And I learned how to get along ♪

♪ And now you're back ♪
♪ From outer space ♪

♪ I just walked in to find you there ♪

♪ With that sad look upon your face ♪

♪ I should have changed
that stupid lock ♪

♪ I should have made
you leave your key ♪

♪ If I'd have known
for just one second ♪

♪ You'd be back to bother me ♪

♪ Go on, now, go ♪
♪ Walk out the door ♪

♪ Just turn around now ♪

♪ 'Cause you're not welcome anymore ♪

♪ Weren't you the one who tried
to crush me with goodbye? ♪

♪ Did you think I'd crumble? ♪

I'm going out for some air.

♪ Oh, no, not I ♪
♪ I will survive ♪



♪ ♪

♪ And I spent, oh, so many nights ♪

♪ Feeling sorry for myself ♪

♪ I used to cry ♪

♪ But now I hold my head up high ♪
♪ And you see me ♪

♪ Somebody blue... ♪

Give us a song, Alfie!

No, no, no, no, no, no. I'm not singing.

All right, give us a minute.
Give us a minute.


Now we've got some decisions to make.


Now, that looney mob out
there are not stopping,

and I'm not sure they will.

So I think we should get out of there.

Requisition a bus and
head for the countryside.

Who's up for it?



All right, that's sorted then.

And one other thing.


Sandra. I've got something
to say to you.

Now, I need to say it in
front of these witnesses

so that you'll listen and believe me.

Now, I know you've got the
hump on me, and rightly so.

I've been a right bastard
over the years.

Yeah, that's...

And I know you don't think
I can change, but I can.

- I have changed.

All right, don't take the
piss. This is serious.

- Here.

Look, I've changed, Sandra.

Now, I haven't the time to tell
you how or why right now, but...

what I do wanna say is...

Sandra Onslow...

will you marry me?

Now. Today.


♪ ♪



- Yeah.


♪ Morning has broken ♪

♪ Like the first morning ♪

- ♪ Blackbird has spoken ♪

♪ Like the first bird ♪

♪ Praise for them singing ♪

Excuse us.

Is Mary here? She wasn't at home.

♪ Praise for them springing ♪

Lieutenant Giers speaking.
How can I help you?

- This is General Thursday.
- Yes, sir.

Prepare a m*ssile for engagement.

Very good, sir.

Target, - Alpha.

But General, that's Downing Street.

I know it's Downing Street, damn you!

♪ Sweet the rain's new fall ♪

♪ Sunlit from heaven ♪

♪ Like the first dew fall ♪

- ♪ On the first grass ♪

♪ ♪

♪ Praise for the sweetness ♪



Come on, come on. Go. Ready?

- Yeah.
- Okay.

Go, go!

♪ Sprung in completeness ♪
♪ Where his feet pass ♪

Do not stop.

♪ ♪

On you get. On you get.


What the f*ck?

♪ Mine is the sunlight ♪

- Thank you.
- Hi.

- ♪ Mine is the morning ♪

♪ Born of the one light ♪

- ♪ Eden saw play ♪

♪ ♪

♪ Praise with elation ♪

♪ Praise every morning ♪

Dearly beloved,

we are gathered here today
to witness and celebrate

the wedding of these two people.

They will publicly affirm
their bonds here

in front of family and
friends, old and new.

♪ ♪


Stop plaguing me!

Damn you!


♪ ♪


God have mercy on us.

♪ ♪

Go to final stage, target confirmed.




- ♪ Morning has broken ♪
- If anyone knows of any just cause

why they may not be joined together,

speak now or forever hold your peace.

Sandra Onslow,

do you take Alfred Pennyworth to
be your lawful wedded husband?

♪ Praise for the singing ♪

I do.

♪ Praise for the morning ♪

Alfred Pennyworth,
do you take Sandra Onslow

- to be...
- [expl*si*n BOOMS]

♪ Fresh from the word ♪

f*cking hell.

♪ ♪


♪ ♪
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