Baby Talk

Scenes from a Marriage

Season 2, Ep 23, Aired 5/8/92
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  • Episode Description
  • Maggie is just about to walk down the aisle to marry James, but before that, Mickey tells his version of what happened that morning. Both Maggie and James have bad dreams and Maggie worries that her wrinkle from her pillowcase will ruin her looks. Maggie starts to get cold feet and calls James to meet her in the laundry room to talk (not face to face because it's bad luck)to make sure that both of them really want to get married. After they finally agree that they do not have second thoughts, they rush upstairs to get ready for their wedding day. At the church, Maggie goes through a series of hair changes, Maggie breaks her nail, James has trouble with his tuxedo, Susan flirts with the minister, Warren gets a stain on his tuxedo, the marriage license becomes glued to both witnesses of the party (Susan and Warren), and James' parents are wondering if James is making a mistake. When the moment arrives, Maggie and James become very calm, and the wedding goes smoothly.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tony Danza

    the voice of Mickey Campbell

  • Scott Baio

    James Halbrook

  • Mary Page Keller

    Maggie Campbell

  • Vernee Watson-Johnson

    the voice of Danielle Craig

  • Francesca P. Roberts

    Anita Craig

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (4)

    • TEASER: Mickey and friend talk about Maggie and James' wedding.

    • Susan is the maid of honor, Warren is the best man, and Mickey is the ring barrer.

    • James' song that he wrote for Maggie in "Away in a Manger" is played while the ceremony takes place.

    • Originally billed as a season finale, but ABC later decided not to renew the show for another season.

    Allusions (1)

    • Title: Scenes from a Marriage Scenes from a Marriage is a Swedish film about a divorced couple. It was written and directed by Ingmar Bergman.

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