Lilith: [in a one-piece swimsuit and pareo with a flower in her hair and a Hawaiian tropical drink in her hand] Aloha! I see you've met Rachel Worth. Poor thing. Can you believe it's her wedding day? Certainly not a very auspicious start. A bride needs something borrowed, something blue, but certainly not something dead. I guess the silver lining in all of this is the corpse is not the man she's planning to marry. But with her ceremony on a private beach near Waikiki looming in six hours, she best fix this little hiccup that's threatening her big day.
[puts down her drink and walks up the steps to the top of a rock feature overlooking a pool]
Lilith: Otherwise, there could very well be a whole new meaning to the phrase, "Till death do us part".
[takes off her pareo, dives into the water and swims]
Lilith: [still in her one-piece swimsuit and refreshed from swimming, her hair wet and her hand gently stroking the water] It's been said it's bad luck for a bride and groom to see each other before the wedding. Although, after the day they've had, I don't blame Rachel or Cam for throwing caution to the wind. As for lessons learned, it's an age-old question for women: Do you marry for love or for money?
Lilith: Luckily, though, for Rachel Worth, today she doesn't have to choose. Mahalo.