Little Mosque on the Prairie

Season 2 Episode 20

Marriage Minded

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Mar 05, 2008 on CBC
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After a short courtship, J.J. decides to ask Rayyan to marry him.

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Dan Redican

Dan Redican

Chiropractor

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Aliza Vellani

Aliza Vellani

Layla Siddiqui

Recurring Role

Stephen Lobo

Stephen Lobo

J.J.

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Yasir: Well, JJ can't talk to Rayyan until his father talks to me and he has.
      Sarah: Oh, I see, so technically Kareem has proposed to you.
      Yasir: Yes, but darling, you're missing the big picture. There's going to be a wedding and we're the happy parents.
      Sarah: You and me or you and Kareem?
      Yasir: You and me, sweetheart. How could you think I was saying that? At least, I don't think I was saying that.

    • Sarah: Oh, how's your big important phone call with Kareem??
      Yasir: Fantastic news, darling.
      Sarah: Oh, what, Kareem is moving in with us?

    • Amaar: I just wanna apologize for the way I've been acting lately. I mean, that whole quiz thing - I was...
      Rayyan: (interrupting) Incredibly rude?
      Amaar: Well...
      Rayyan: Way out of line?
      Amaar: I...
      Rayyan: Hogging the chicken wings?
      Amaar: Guilty.

    • Amaar: I feel like a failure as an imam and as a friend.
      Baber: As an imam, you have a long list of failures.
      Amaar: Thank you.
      Baber: But you're not a failure as a friend, I don't think. Obviously, we're just acquaintances.

    • Baber: I don't understand you. Why don't you just tell Rayyan how you feel?
      Amaar: Who said this was about Rayyan?
      Baber: Please! A blind man could see how you feel about that girl.
      Amaar: Really?
      Baber: Yes, but Rayyan is not a blind man.

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