As The World Turns

Season 53 Episode 12

Ep. #13248

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Aired Weekdays 2:00 PM Apr 17, 2008 on CBS
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Ep. #13248
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Jack learns that Katie is alright with the idea of three of her ex-husbands at her wedding. Margo tells Tom that she's being honest that she isn't standing up for her sister, Tom tells her she is all she has and to go to the wedding. Lily puts the contents of the box in a bag and puts it in the pantry. Katie and Brad take their first steps down the aisle and a problem arises when the minister freezes when the camera starts, Katie insists that since Henry is ordained to marry her and Brad. Margo proves to be a hero by showing up in time. Katie develops a case of the hiccups when she starts to say her vows. Katie faints after Margo tells her if Brad is the one. Lily wants to fix things between Jack and Carly, by inviting them to dinner at the farm, Carly then refuses the invite. Brad asks Katie that if she wants to back out of the wedding now is the time, Katie and Brad come out and assures there's going to be a wedding and Henry pronounces them husband and wife. Holden tells Lily that he noticed Dusty's things and is proud that she wants to move on. Brad and Katie go back to their suite and have their first dance.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Austin Peck

    Austin Peck

    Brad Snyder

    Terri Conn

    Terri Conn

    Katie Peretti Snyder

    Trent Dawson

    Trent Dawson

    Henry Coleman

    Ellen Dolan

    Ellen Dolan

    Margo Montgomery Hughes

    Martha Byrne

    Martha Byrne

    Lily Walsh Snyder

    Maura West

    Maura West

    Carly Tenney

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The song that Katie and Brad dance to at the end of the episode is Tiny Bubbles by Don Ho.

      • The license on the boat located on the Snyder Pond was NJ 8405 GC and included a seal from the state of New Jersey. This was obviously an error by the producers -- no boat from New Jersey should be on the Snyder pond.

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Brad Snyder: Welcome back, Folks. What do you know, we have another recast. The part of Henry Coleman will now be played by Margo Hughes, matron of honor.
        Henry Coleman: Okay, we are burning daylight, people. Time is money and this isn't the Oscars, so we must end on time.

      • Brad Snyder: We need a spoonful of sugar.
        Henry Coleman: That's to make medicine go down.
        Brad Snyder: No, that's one of Aunt Emma's secret recipes for making the hiccups go away.
        Katie Peretti: I'll try anything.

      • Henry Coleman: Those of you at home can play along on our companion website, justgetalongwith-theweddingalready.com.

      • Tom Hughes: I'll bet if took your car, put the siren on top and ran a few red lights, you could be there in, what, under three minutes? Sweetie, this is live. If you do not go there now, there will not be a second take.
        (Margo sighs)
        Margo Hughes: All right. What are you waiting for, huh? Come on.
        Tom Hughes: "Hey, Tom, that was really smart. Thanks for talking me into it."
        Margo Hughes: Hey, Tom, that was really smart. You can play with my siren.
        Tom Hughes: Deal.

      • (Lily gets the box Holden took to the attic and takes it downstairs to the kitchen)
        Lily Snyder: Lisa's Halloween party. The three musketeers. Oh. Oh, Big Max. My first love. I can't believe you're gone.

      • Henry Coleman (to the minister): That's your cue. Begin the betrothal. Launch the liturgy. Institute the institution. Remember your Russian training, right? The show-ski must go on-ski. Oakdale, we have a problem. He's gone Cindy Brady on us.
        Katie Peretti: What are we going to do?
        Brad Snyder: Welcome, ladies and gentlemen. We are experiencing a minor technical difficulties. We'll go to commercial.

      • Tom Hughes: You know what? She's still your sister. Lyla's on the road, Craig is god knows where, and she wants you there, whether she admits it or not. So why don't you just call a truce for the afternoon and go to your sister's wedding?

      • Brad Snyder: The role of preacher man will now be played by Henry Coleman. Sorry, folks, no understudy for the maid -- matron -- man of honor. You understand what I'm saying. Just an idea -- you folks at home, just imagine that you're standing here, standing up for the bride.
        Henry Coleman: Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today in the presence of family and friends, ex-husbands, cameramen and hopefully many a Nielsen box at home, to join this man and this woman in that ultimate reality show of holy matrimony. As Elizabeth Barrett Browning might have written, how is marriage like a television show, let me count the ways. A marriage must be developed carefully. Focus groups may be consulted, but it's best to take their advice with a grain of salt. A marriage must be watched dutifully and faithfully, daily, to insure its success. It must stay true to its history, yet not be afraid to evolve and keep boredom at bay. Adorable moppets may be added to the cast as the years pass. But they should not push to the back burner our core couple, the ones that got us hooked in the first place.

      • Henry Coleman: I know this isn't your normal clambake. We are going live, and I suspect it will be lively.
        Minister: Fear not. I'm a huge fan of Brad and Katie's show. I know exactly what needs to be done. I happen to be an actor by training, myself. R.A.D.A.
        Henry Coleman: R.A.D.A.? Really, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts?
        Minister: Russian auxiliary.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Henry Coleman: As Elizabeth Barrett Browning might have written, how is marriage like a television show, let me count the ways.

        Elizabeth Barrett Browning was one of the most influential poets of the Victorian Era.

      • Henry Coleman: He's gone Cindy Brady on us.

        This refers to the youngest sister from ABC sitcom The Brady Bunch which ran from 1969 to 1974.

      • Brad Snyder: We need a spoonful of sugar.
        Henry Coleman: That's to make medicine go down.

        This alludes to the 1964 Walt Disney classic film Mary Poppins starring Julie Andrews.

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