Paige: "So, Warren and I had been friends forever, and then we hit Sophomore year and something changed. I don't know if it was chemical or maybe I just lost my mind, but...I started obsessing about him. I wrote about him in my diary, I fantasized, made up poems. It was, it was pathetic."
Alison: "Do I look like I care?"
Paige: "I'm trying to be honest with you, Alison. Okay? So after a Weezer concert one night, I got what I thought I wanted. But it went weird, and we ended up not speaking for six months. Eventually we got past it. It was a thing, but we never really talked about it. So what I-I'm telling you is that there's nothing going on. It-It's old news. I didn't want you to find out and get upset. And if I'm being honest, I didn't want to open that door again. It was a lie, but it was a lie with good intentions."
Paige: "Why not? All of the team knows each other's business anyway."
Alison: "Really? Because apparently I was not told a key piece of business. That you and Warren lost your virginity to each other! How did I not know that the first time my friend had sex, it was with my boyfriend?! Oh yeah, that's because when I asked you about your first time, you lied to me! Just like you lied every time I asked if you had feelings for Warren!"
Paige: "He turned his back on me, then he just walked off."
Lucinda: "Good for him."
Paige: "What? You're taking his side?"
Lucinda: "He has been your boyfriend without benefits for way too long."
Paige: "Mom, I don't consider this supportive."
Lucinda: "Men have two brains. Unfortunately, they only have enough blood to use one of them at a time which is where all the problems pop up. And it seems that our boy Warren, when he's around you, he performs all the functions of a close friend, blood's where it belongs. And there's other times when he's around you and the blood flows to his other brain. Now men have no control over this function. It's physiological."
Paige: "Wait, did you major in junk science, mom?"
Lucinda: "Interrupting only makes this last longer. Now as I was saying, Warren is finally listening to his body and it is yelling at him to be your boyfriend with full benefits."
Paige: "We can't."
Lucinda: "Why the hell not?"
Paige: "We tried once, and he took off for six months."
Lucinda: "Oh, boo-hoo. He came back, didn't he?"
Paige: "As a friend. That's how I learned that friends stick around and boyfriends come and go."
Lucinda: "I could have told you that."
Paige: "Besides, I'm with Henry."
Lucinda: "Sweetheart, Warren's known you for a long time, much longer than Henry."
Paige: "I lost Warren once mom. I'm not losing him again."
Lucinda: "Honey, you just did."
Paige: "Hah. You don't know what you're talking about. He will call. I... He always does."
Lucinda: "Oh, honey, it's my pleasure. The good news is I have come up with a way for you to pay me back."
Paige: "That does sound like good news. What is it?"
Lucinda: "Well, first of all wipe that suspicious look off your face, it's more than a little insulting."
Paige: "Oh, so insulting your daughter is in the question?"
Lucinda: "Well, I might not even ask you now."
Paige: "Oh, good. Thanks for lunch."
Lucinda: "I need you to sing on Saturday. At an event I planned."
Paige: "Is this event by any chance ? Worthington's wedding?"
Lucinda: "Well, what difference does it make, you'd be doing me a favor."
Paige: "No way. No. Warren's gonna be there, he's the best man."
Lucinda: "That's right. And he's only in town for the weekend."
Paige: "You know for a fact he's leaving?"
Lucinda: "Look at you, you are interested. And this might be your only chance to see him."
Paige: "No. Save the mind games mom, I'm not... I'm not doing it."
Lucinda: "You know, Warren's daddy asked for you specially. It would really break his heart if you don't do this. Well, you can ask him yourself."
Paige: "What? You didn't."
Warren Jr.: "Paige Elizabeth."
Paige: "Hey, Mr. Worthington."
Warren Jr.: "A little bird tells me you're having a bout of stage fright."
Paige: "Stage fright?"
Lucinda: "I had to tell him."
Warren Jr.: "I understand, I get it myself at business meetings, but I'm here to say that you have nothing to be afraid of. You are among family. Hell, I've known you since you were about that tall. You know we love your singing voice. It made us so happy when you'd come over and play piano. What do you say, Paige? Give it a try?"