-- He starts crossing the lawn to approach Liz, but before he can get within hailing distance, he sees Mason whisking her into his car. Even though the reception has barely started. And even though Liz was casting wistful looks in his direction in Friday's strip.
-- He'll get close enough to hear Mason asking Liz out. She will, of course, say yes, again despite her epiphany about Anthony.
-- He'll get her alone, but dance around the subject in such a way that Liz ends up thinking he's in love with Julia. I mean, if we're renewing the high school relationship, might as well start with the same silly misunderstanding from eighth grade.
-- He won't have time to stutter out more than a few words before the guests are called to the bouquet/garter toss. No prizes, of course, for guessing who catches what.
-- Or he'll plead his cause so eloquently, Liz will immediately be swept
away, and they will have a big clinch in full view of everyone, completely overshadowing the bride and groom.