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Waking up with a hangover, a disheveled Reese comes to with Tom patting her tousled blonde head, and filling it with the notion that they got married. There is the ring on her finger, and a poxy snapshot, seen from behind, of her getting married. "We didn't celebrate without protection, did we?" Fortunately not, but Reese quietly freaks out, but what's done is done. Only way out is an annulment. Tom protests that he loves her dearly, but she insists. When she ever again gets married, she intends to be stone cold sober. All right then, if that's the way she wants it, he would not stand in her way. Then quietly mutters to himself, "And if you believe that, I've got a little bridge for sale." Emma Smallwood, the old lady at the chapel, sends the forgotten snapshot on to the 'nice couple'. Rita reports that the police aren't taking any action against Edward Burton; providing board to a woman in exchange for sex is considered bartering in the state of Georgia, unethical, but not illegal. ...