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  • Emily Blunt: Good evening everyone and welcome back to SGN. I'm John Krasinski and now- John Krasinski: What

  • the heck? Em, what are you doing? Good evening, everyone, and welcome back to SGN.

  • I'm John Krasinski, and what the heck just happened? Well, while we figure it

  • out, let's get straight to the good news. And luckily for me, the good could be

  • found just about everywhere as it became abundantly clear heading into week 7

  • that people are now rallying and taking quarantine into their very own hands. "Hey

  • boys, when we going on a run though?" "Yeah, it's on." "Let's do this."

  • And unbeknownst to the rest of the world, over on TikTok the Olympics are still

  • going on.

  • In Kansas City, something magical is happening. In order to keep their

  • neighborhood spirits high, the Perry family is raising their daughter even

  • higher.

  • And speaking of raising spirits, when these three sisters stare quarantine

  • right in the face, it goes a little something like this.

  • And that brings us to our favorite good news story of the week. In

  • Sioux Falls, South Dakota, eleven-year-old Emerson is known for the

  • letters she writes to the ones she loves. Why? Well these aren't just any old

  • letters.

  • One day after sending a whole bunch of letters throughout quarantine, Emerson

  • decided that one person in particular deserved one of her special letters - her

  • mailman, Doug.

  • Well, Doug took that letter and showed it to all his fellow employees at the

  • United States Postal Service. It meant so much to everyone, they wanted to write

  • back.

  • And just like that, good news spreads fast. And it's time now once again for a

  • check on the weather. Emma, how's it looking out there? Emma Stone: Looks...looks

  • pretty good. John: Thanks, Emma. And that brings us to a segment we like to call: "Love in

  • the Time of Quarantine." Because through these difficult times, through all the

  • anxiety, through all the confusion, the one constant that we've seen is that one

  • of life's greatest cliches proves exactly why cliches are usually the

  • truth. And so it has never been more clear to us here at SGN that love will

  • conquer all. "I love you." "I love you." "Oh my god!"

  • And let's all not forget that one of the most tangible, and certainly the cutest

  • symbols of love, are still arriving every single day.

  • And not even quarantine can stop one of life's greatest opportunities to

  • celebrate love, weddings.

  • "With this ring." "With this ring." "You may now kiss your bride."

  • Do you reaffirm your promise to dad? And to put your full faith and trust in him so long as

  • you both shall live?" "I do." "Dad?" "I do." "You missed the question yet."

  • And now on a personal note, perhaps my favorite love story of the week was a

  • couple down in Maryland whose wedding proposal was oddly familiar.

  • For more on that story, we go now to our love will conquer all correspondents,

  • Susan and John. Hi guys. It is so nice to meet you guys.

  • John: "Yeah absolutely."

  • Susan: "Oh my God, it's amazing."

  • John K: "This is

  • making my day."

  • John: "Yeah, ours too." John K.: "You sent in, I think the

  • greatest proposal video I've ever seen."

  • Susan: "Yes, he did so good."

  • John K.: "Congratulations guys, you now have proved that that proposal works a hundred

  • percent of the time now. You just made that. So I have to hear the

  • story. Tell me the story, what happened?"

  • John: "So I knew the proposal needed to be

  • something really special, but also really something unique, and you know The

  • Office has been something that has connected the two of us for a very, very

  • long time. So it just felt right."

  • John K.: "That is awesome."

  • Susan: "And then he got down on one

  • knee and he was like 'You know, just like Jim, I can't wait any longer.'"

  • John K.: "Come on now. That's the stuff, John. That's that sweet, sweet stuff. Well, you

  • know, in your tweet you would asked if I would attend, right. 'If I'm able to attend,' I think was the wording."

  • John: "That's true."

  • John K: "Which is very polite, very Southern polite, I liked it. The truth is

  • I am able to attend, but only if we do it right now.

  • You think I'm kidding, but I just got ordained as a minister for you guys, and

  • I'm sure you're wondering to yourself, I'm sure you're like, 'What do we need for

  • this?' I mean, you probably need some

  • parents to be here.

  • John: "Yep."

  • John K: "I think I can do parents. Hold on ."

  • Susan: "Mom! Daddy!"

  • John K: "That's your mom and dad."

  • John: "Hello guys."

  • John K.: "Okay, you also need other parents. John, you

  • have parents, don't you?"

  • John: "I do."

  • John K: "Here we go. Boom.

  • We are officially one big happy family

  • and a stranger. All right, all right. Are we ready to get this party started?

  • No, we are not. We need a bridesmaid, a groomsman. Come on guys, it's just

  • standard. Boom. Patricia and Tom, your best friends."

  • John: "I really should have put on a shirt and tie, huh?"

  • John K: "No, no, that's the best part. You don't need that. Whew. We are now

  • cooking with gas. But we are not done. Johnny, you need a

  • best man. I got you. Susan. You are going to need a maid of honor. Patricia, I'm

  • sorry, but just for today we have someone else in mind. Ladies and gentlemen, my

  • dear friend, Jenna Fischer."

  • Susan: "Oh my God. Jenna you look gorgeous!"

  • Jenna: "It's your wedding day. I had to get dressed up. I don't know what your wedding colors are, but

  • I went with pink and white."

  • Susan: "That's it, you git it."

  • John: "That actually is our colors."

  • John K.: "Now Sid, let's get real. Okay. I know this whole social

  • distancing thing has thrown a real wrench in the whole walking your daughter down

  • the aisle thing. But I think I have a pretty good back-up plan.

  • I don't know if you guys are country fans, but a good friend of mine has

  • written a song for exactly this occasion in his name is Zac Brown. When I asked

  • him he said, 'Oh, I have this new song and you're throwing a wedding. That sounds

  • perfect for me."

  • Zac Brown: "Absolutely, that's what it's about. Congratulations."

  • John & Susan: "Thank you."

  • John K.: "We're going to

  • kick off this ceremony. Here we go. Guys. She's walking down the aisle

  • to Zac Brown."

  • Susan: "Daddy."

  • [Music] "Most nights I try to pack, got you climbing on my back saying, 'Daddy, when am I going to

  • see you again?' You know I got to go out on the road and get on the show

  • so most nights your mama's going to tuck you in. When you're missing me look at the stars

  • up there, I'll be on the same one's saying this fathers prayer, I hope you see the

  • seven wonders, I hope you sail the seven seas, I hope you let the whole world in

  • your heart, but you still got room for me. I hope you find a guy who treats you right,

  • on your wedding night I'll raise a toast, hope he understands I'll always be the

  • man that loves you the most."

  • John K.: "C'mon everybody."

  • Zac: "Congratulations."

  • Susan & John: "Thank you."

  • John K: "That was amazing. Zac, thank

  • you so much for doing that. I think you made me cry harder than anyone, oh my gosh.

  • Okay, I gotta pull it together because we are heading into the meat of this thing.

  • That's right. John, grab Susan's hand because this is

  • happening. You are about to get virtually married. John, do you take Susan to be

  • your lawfully wedded wife, to love, protect, and defend ,as long as you both

  • shall live?

  • John: "I do."

  • John K.: "Susan, do you take John to be your lawfully wedded husband, to

  • love, protect, and defend as long as you both shall live?"

  • Susan: "I do."

  • John: "By the power vested

  • in me by this piece of paper, and seemingly the state of Maryland, I now

  • pronounce you husband and wife. John, you may now kiss the bride.

  • Ladies and gentlemen, the Lushes. I've been waiting to say that forever."

  • Sid: "Congratulations to the lucky couple."

  • Susan: "I love you, daddy."

  • "Wish you all the best."

  • Sid: "My new son-in-law, I never thought it would happen."

  • Jenna: "Here's all I'm gonna say. One day

  • your kids are gonna assume that their parents are soul mates, and in your case,

  • they will be right. Congratulations you guys."

  • Susan: "Thank you."

  • John K.: "I didn't make a speech,

  • but I did want to do this to commemorate the day. That is just

  • for you guys. All right. I haven't done that but once in my life. This is coming to

  • you to put on the wall. If you even want that."

  • John: "We do."

  • John K: "I don't even know where to go from here.

  • That's a lie, I do. And guys, there's only one way out of this wedding, and Susan

  • and John, because you so elegantly ripped off our show for your proposal, I feel

  • like it's only fitting that you rip off the wedding too. So let's rock.

  • Well we can't

  • play this song unless you let me invite some of my family to the party. Ladies

  • and gentlemen, the cast of The Office.

  • Susan: "Oh my gosh!"

  • John K.: "John and Susan, congratulations. Yes. Thank you so much for being a part of this.

  • You're not only good sports and a beautiful couple, but you also represent

  • all the other beautiful couples in the world who are going through the exact

  • same thing. So we here at SGN are here for you, and we're here for them.

  • Congratulations to all, thank you so much. What a beautiful night.

  • And that will do it,

  • not only for this episode of SGN, but for the first and only SGN wedding,

  • because, let's be honest, how does it get better than that?

  • It doesn't. This is SGN. I'm John Krasinski asking you to remember no

  • matter how hard things get, there is always good in the world. We will see you

  • next time. Good night.

Emily Blunt: Good evening everyone and welcome back to SGN. I'm John Krasinski and now- John Krasinski: What

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