Northern Exposure

Season 4 Episode 19

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Mar 08, 1993 on CBS
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A totem pole carved in tribute to the Raven clan reopens a bitter rift between them and the Bear clan. Shelly gets medical advice telling her that getting married may help her to get rid of the strange hallucinations with dancers that she's been having. Joel confronts Maggie about their "whatever" and her relationship with Mike; together they decide they're "mutually desirous incompatibles."moreless

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    Barry Corbin

    Barry Corbin

    Maurice J. Minnifield

    Janine Turner

    Janine Turner

    Mary Margaret "Maggie" O'Connell

    John Corbett

    John Corbett

    Christopher "Chris in the Morning" Danforth Stevens

    John Cullum

    John Cullum

    Holling Gustav Vincoeur

    Rob Morrow

    Rob Morrow

    Dr. Joel Fleischman [ episodes 1 - 102 ]

    Peg Phillips

    Peg Phillips

    Ruth-Anne Miller [ season 4+, recurring previously ]

    Patrick Ryals

    Patrick Ryals

    Floyd

    Guest Star

    William J. White

    William J. White

    Dave the cook

    Recurring Role

    Anthony Edwards

    Anthony Edwards

    Mike Monroe

    Recurring Role

    Graham Greene (II)

    Graham Greene (II)

    Leonard Quinhagak

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      • Chris: By the power vested in me by the State of Alaska, I now pronounce you legal.
        Holling: May I kiss the bride?

      • Chris: Hi there Cicely, Chris in the morning here, the vox populi of the Boro of Arrowhead County.

      • Chris: Marriage. You may have read in Time and Newsweek that it's a dying institution, but try booking a reception hall in June.

      • Holling: You want me to marry you, Shelly?
        Shelly: 10-4. If you need time to think about it, I can wait. (looks at her watch)

      • Chris: Tooley had had his share of both chemically induced and religiously inspired visions, and I think he said it best. "As long as they're still on the wall and not crawling up your leg, just let 'em ride, man."

      • (relating the history of the Bears-Ravens feud)
        Ed: Then the Bears retaliated by not inviting the Ravens to their New Year's Eve party. I don't think anyone ever got over that one.

      • Ed: It's gone too far, Leonard. Someone has to do something. Someone with a lot of clout. Like Don Corleone in Godfather I.

      • Shelly: When a chick puts on a wedding ring, she may as well hang up her spandex pants and her snakeskin boots, because her struttin' days are over.

      • Holling: What I'm trying to say, Maurice, is I'd like you to be best man at the wedding.
        Maurice: Best man.
        Holling: It'd mean so much to me...and Shelly both.
        Maurice: All right, Holling, I'll ride shotgun for you.

      • Leonard: To you, as to many people, life is a dance. And for that, you need a partner. A husband.

      • Chris: I know it's short notice, but the bride-to-be is pushing for a quickie. Medical emergency. Nope, it's not what you're thinking. Anyway, I know a couple of us have been down the aisle with these people before, maybe this time, they'll make it to the altar. We'll keep our collective fingers crossed.

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