The Crew

Season 1 Episode 8

Revised "Old" Pilot (aka Invitation to a Wedding)

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Oct 19, 1995 on FOX
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Revised "Old" Pilot (aka Invitation to a Wedding)
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When Maggie's ex-boyfriend, Jake Monroe, the guy who couldn't commit, phones her, she thinks he wants to reconcile. But the reality is that he's getting married and wants her to attend his wedding. So she attends, trying to pass Paul off as her new boyfriend, but she winds up in a drunken stupor and proposes a curse instead of a toast before writing "Just Married. . .A Cow" on the back of Jake's car.moreless

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      • This was the original pilot for the series. The working title for the show was "Cabin Pressure," and the alternate title for this episode is "Invitation to a Wedding." Several changes were made to the show after this episode. The set and uniforms were no longer powder blue. Paul being gay was no longer the big issue they made it out to be here, with the exception of "The New Pilot, Literally."

      • In the beginning of the episode, Jess and Maggie each wear half of the same Hawaiian flowered outfit -- Jess wears the skirt & Maggie wears the top. Halfway through the episode, Maggie is wearing the skirt and Jess is wearing the top.

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      • In the beginning of the episode, Jess and Maggie each wear half of the same Hawaiian flowered outfit -- Jess wears the skirt & Maggie wears the top. Halfway through the episode, Maggie is wearing the skirt and Jess is wearing the top.

      • This was the original pilot for the series. The working title for the show was Cabin Pressure, and the alternate title for this episode is Invitation to a Wedding. Several changes were made to the show after this episode. The set and uniforms were no longer powder blue. Paul being gay was no longer the big issue they made it out to be here, with the exception of The New Pilot, Literally.

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