You can just go
right through there. -Hey. How are you?
-Hi. [ Laughter ] She looked like
she hated me. Did you do something to her? It looks like our families
have been feuding for centuries. The Hatfields
and Vulcanos? Sal, as soon as
the bride walks in, hit her with a “I’m so
[bleep] excited for you.” [ Chuckles ] [ Laughter ] -Oh! So nice.
-Thank you. Got the full-length here. I’m so [bleep] excited
for you. [ Laughter ] Did you book
your money-poon yet? ♪♪ [ Laughter ] Where are you guys headed on your, uh… ♪♪ [ Laughter ] Where are you guys headed
on your money-poon? -The honeymoon?
-Yeah, the money-poon. [ Laughter ] -Bora Bora.
-Oh, wow. Oh, that’s —
that’s really nice. Yeah,
my best friend went… -Yeah, I’m excited.
-…for his money-poon. [ Laughter ] Hm? You keep saying that. [ Laughter ] It’s, uh, dyslexia. [ Laughter ] Joe: Okay, Sal, ready? Let’s play a little
hide-and-seek. Q: Hide-and-seek! Gonna play a little
hide-and-seek. Plenty of places
to hide in here. Why don’t you go hide
behind some dresses? Right back there
in your little hidey-hole. Murr: It’s your
little hiding spot. Yeah,
get in your hidey-hole. It’s bride-and-go-seek. -Oh! -Hey, all right! -Nice, man! -I came to play! -Don’t — don’t encourage him.
-[ Laughs ] Fun-tastic. ♪♪ [ Laughter ] Yeah, buddy. Get on in there. [ Laughter ] -Yeah! -Perfect. -There she is.
-I don’t even think I can have it any looser,
because it’s gonna fall. I’ll bring the seamstress out
and see if she can take a look, -okay?
-Okay. All right. Thank you. Be right back. ♪♪ [ Laughter ] ♪♪ Everything fitting okay? Oh, my God. You scared me. [ Laughter ] Why are you…? Um… “Have you seen my pants?” Have you seen a pair of pants? No. I, uh… I got to get my pants. Okay. [ Laughter ]