Designing Women

Season 3 Episode 18

Come On and Marry Me, Bill

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Apr 10, 1989 on CBS
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Come On and Marry Me, Bill
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Charlene's wedding is in jeopardy when she finds Bill handcuffed to a scantily clad dancer after his stag party.

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      • (Wedding Toast)
        Uncle Howard: You know, being an old country lawyer, I usually get to deal with the debris of marriage. So it's a high privilege for me tonight to be in on the beginning of a marriage that looks so promising. Bill, Charlene: it's obvious to everybody here the passion that y'all hold for one another. It's something you can't fake, you can't hide, you can't buy; when you got it, you got it. And you two surely have it. My wish for you this evening is that you carry that passion with you through all your remaining days...always dancing that great male/female dance of love, sex, marriage, and eternal friendship as no one else has ever danced it...before you. May you, in short, dance the perfect Missouri Waltz.

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