Where can poor Sheldon be? I’m just frantic with worr-
And lots of well-dressed, random people. Looks like an outdoor wedding. It must have warmed up considerably since Mr. Steele had to put on his overcoat an hour ago.
Must be an open bar – looks like the crowd is getting rowdy already. Apparently the Sewards have celebrity pals.
The Doritos pitchman came to the wedding!
We see the genial father-in-law to be, in an ill-fitting tuxedo.
And an old guy making out with some chick. Or maybe he’s a vampire?
And, behind the big lion statue, a nice, older woman playing the organ. What a gala affair!
Next we see Lucille sharing a tender moment with her father.
She seems a little unsettled. Is he explaining about the wedding night?
Such a sweet little thing. I’m sure Sheldon will be very, very happy.
Mr. Seward goes to meet the minister, but encounters a vaguely familiar, geekish type instead. Dorky stranger announces he’s Simon Courtney, Sheldon’s best man.
So much hotness in one place. Be still my heart!
Mr. Seward tells “Simon” that the groom is behind the trellis in the backyard.
Ah, Mr. Steele. Even as a dork you cut a dashing figure.
Mr. Seward is so OVER this wedding.
We see the best man glad-handing the guests (and addressing some of them by name?). Blond gal doesn’t seem to mind the glasses and overbite.
We see Sheldon looking … dapper? So if this is his hair after dyeing it, what color was it before?
Hm. You may have made the right choice, Shelly.
Simon Steele confronts the groom. “Naughty! Naughty!” He’s spent a day and a night trying to keep Sheldon alive, and he sneaks away without telling him?
Steele’s glasses are far down on his nose in the universal sign for stern disapproval:
You are in so much trouble, young man!
“What are you doing here?” Sheldon asks.
“I am your best man, Simon Courtney!”
“What are they doing here?” Sheldon wants to know now.
Without turning to see who it is, Mr. Steele nevertheless identifies: “This is Mr. Price, from the CIA, which is not trying to kill you.” (Surely Sheldon would recognize his own boss.) “And of course you know Laura.”
Oh, my God! Laura is a vampire, too!
Suddenly I’m a little worried about that nerdy guy who drove Laura home from the supermarket. WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM?
Laura asks Steele if he’s seen her yet. Steele says no, but he hasn’t checked the house yet.
“Seen who?” Sheldon asks as Laura and Price skedaddle.
“Sheldon,” Steele asks, in stern grandpa mode again. “Did a blonde woman take a shot at you yesterday?”
Aw. Sheldon feels bad for holding out on Steele.
Steele is truly pained by Sheldon’s lack of faith! He tells him the blonde, who isn’t CIA, is going to try to kill him again. That’s why he can’t allow Sheldon to appear for his wedding.
Uh, oh. Someone forgot to tell the organist. The wedding march commences!
I’ll stop at this dramatic moment! What do you think about Steele’s disguise? Laura’s hat? Bridezilla’s dress? Was Sheldon brave or foolish to slip away from the detectives to go to his wedding? And with their client apparently no longer interested in their help, why did Steele and Laura choose to continue protecting him? So many questions!