The Wedding

Season 3, Ep 7, Aired 11/13/02
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  • Episode Description
  • The families converge for the wedding, and Carol begins to have second thoughts after talking to her father about her parents' courtship; Warren enlists the help of Carol's sister Stella in writing a song for the bride, and the two hit it off better than Warren could have dreamed, leading him to seek out Eli for advice about women; Ed decides not to attend the wedding, but Carol begs him to reconsider; Jennifer encourages Ed to break up the wedding and he decides to go for it and ride up to the church on a white steed, but the horse he ends up with has other ideas; Dennis makes a painful decision to tell the truth at a crucial moment.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Josh Randall

    Mike Burton

  • Thomas Cavanagh

    Ed Stevens

  • Julie Bowen

    Carol Vessey

  • Jana Marie Hupp

    Nancy Burton

  • Lesley Boone

    Molly Hudson

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (13)

    • Mark (to Warren, as he tries to rap): You have created a level of lameness that can only be recreated under pure laboratory conditions.

    • Warren: I fear losing my virginity would compromise my intense spirituality.

    • Warren: I'm just rappin' with Stella.

    • Jennifer (as Ed waffles about whether to attend the wedding or not): The average person has 26,452 days on this earth. Do you really want to spend one of them watching Carol Vessey marry Dennis Martino?

    • Warren (to Stella while they eat ice cream in the cemetary): Here we are enjoying all this creamy deliciousness and there they are, dead.

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    Notes (1)

    • Featured Music: "F-Stop Blues" by Jack Johnson "Truth about Romeo" by Pancho's Lament

    Trivia (3)

    • Phil's Scheme: After finding out that Curits and Desmond are splitting up, Phil attempts to wow them with his comedic ability. He hopes to be picked as a replacement. His performance does little to impress the DJs or the audience.

    • $10 Bet: Mike bets Ed to play song A55 on the jukebox. Ed does and the jukebox starts playing "It's Raining Men". Everyone stares at Ed. Mike laughs.

    • When Carol goes to Stuckey Bowl to make sure that Ed goes to wedding the bowling pins behind Ed change from 10 to 2 to 10 again.

    Allusions (1)

    • Ed: Jennifer, when you're going to break up a wedding you've got to do something big. You've got to do...you've got to do the pounding on the window and the screaming 'Elaine.....!'
      This is an allusion to the end of The Graduate when Benjamin pounds on the church window, breaks into the ceremony, and whisks Elaine away from her wedding.

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