The Wedding Bells

Season 1 Episode 2

Wedding from Hell

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Aired Unknown Mar 16, 2007 on FOX
8.8
out of 10
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Wedding from Hell
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The Bell sisters are in for some tough calls when they must convince everyone that the groom in their latest case is indeed not gay, despite the fact that he acts very flamboyantly. Meanwhile, Ralph brings in an additional wedding singer who has a past with Debbie and Amanda catches her new husband cheating and decides to hang around The Wedding Palace to keep herself distracted.moreless

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  • Funny...

    8.5
    Funny episode. The storyline with the guy, who acts like a homosexual was pretty funny and clever, as I haven't seen that in many other shows. I really like the way the relationships are going, and I'm interested to see how they'll turn out. Missy Pyle's character wasn't that likable in the pilot episode, but she's starting to grow on me. The storyline between Sherri Shepherd and her ex-boyfriend seem like a good start, and she was great in the the pilot and this episode. The big storyline seems to be between Teri Polo's and her husband, and if she'll cheat on him or not somewhere later in the season, if it's with the chef or not, it's probably anyones guess. Overall a good episode, and it looks like David E. Kelly might have another good show on his hands (baring that Fox gives it time to build an audience, and to develop the story lines, plus a better time slot wouldn't hurt).moreless
  • Very intresting...

    10
    Wonderful!!! More! More! Loved it! I think it was a great twist you know to have the guy with some gay traits kinda as the groom. Very funny watching him, very funny. Anyway I think the casting for the bride and groom was good to and even the father of the bride they just did excellent!
  • An amusing episode and we learn a bit more about the characters.

    7.0
    The episode starts out with the groom wanting the guests to pay for their own drinks. The reason is because the bride's father is refusing to share in the cost of the wedding. The reason for that is because the groom seems to be flamboyantly gay Did the feathered boa give it away? But the bride is certain that he is not gay and later she explains why to Jane. Her description of his performance in the bedroom is entertaining, but I wasn't rolling on the floor laughing. I first assumed that her reason might be that she was inexperienced, but she let us know otherwise. I glad we were not left wondering about that.



    I thought the episode was better than the pilot. We got to learn a bit more about the main characters. I'm still waiting to find out if their jobs are clearly defined but we learn that Annie is the boss.



    I could do without Amanda. It remains to be seen if she will continue to annoy me. However, she didn't have a huge part in this episode.



    Sherri Shephard was great as we learn more about her and her ex-boyfriend, a singer.moreless
Costas Mandylor

Costas Mandylor

Ernesto Mancini

Guest Star

Sherri Shepherd

Sherri Shepherd

Debbie Quill

Guest Star

Stephen Guarino

Stephen Guarino

Ross Michael

Guest Star

Cleavant Derricks

Cleavant Derricks

Cedric

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • At the end when Jane and Russell are dancing to "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" the song is being sung by a man dressed as Liza Minelli, but was originally sung by Judy Garland. Liza Minelli is ironically the daughter of Judy Garland.

  • QUOTES (13)

    • Ernesto: What's wrong?
      Jane: Nothing's wrong.
      Ernesto: You look... not alive.
      Jane: I look not alive, thank you so kindly of you to say so.

    • Bridget's Mom: I'll go check on your dad. Make sure he's not sucking on a exhaust pipe.

    • Jane: Do any of you know that Ross is gay? Do any of you have proof?
      Bridesmaid #1: Come on!
      Jane: Ok, he may have attributes that are typically, stereo typically, applied to gay men, but...
      Bridesmaid #2: I have proof.
      Jane: What? What's you proof?
      Bridesmaid #2: He's never hit on me.
      Jane: That's your proof?

    • Cedric: You never let me finish a sentence.
      Debbie: Alright, finish you sentence. Though you may want to quit while you're behind, the sentence got off to such a pathetic start.

    • Annie: By the way, did you sic that Aunt on me last night to get me to chicken dance?
      David: Annie, would I do that?

    • Jane: Amanda, are you alright?
      Amanda: My husband cheated on me.
      Annie: Already! I mean, he did?

    • David: Amanda.
      Amanda: Hello photographer man, do you know where I might find Annie?
      David: From what I hear, you don't want to.

    • Ralph: What's wrong with you?
      David: Oh, uh, I think I miss drank a little, I'm ok.
      Debbie: Oh well, you better not let Annie see you like this, she's on the war path this morning.
      David: Great. (Turns and walks the other way)

    • Ross: Did you want to chip in on anything, you know given that this is your only daughter?
      Bridget's dad: I offered to pay for it all... if she marries anybody but you!
      Debbie: Alright, let's just stop it, both of you. Now, this is going to be the happiest day of her life tomorrow. (Looks at Bridget) and you are going to be happy, (Looks at Bridget's dad and Ross) and you are, and you are. So help me I will snap both of your necks, if you don't cheer up.

    • Annie: (Just walking in)Hey, is there a problem?
      Ross: Yes, there is. We seem to be over budget, everyone is offended by the notion of a cash bar, and the Father of the bride refuses to kick in because he is in the ridiculous delusion that I am homosexual, In my life!

    • Ross: Father of the bride is permitted to stiff his own daughter as long as he notifies her.
      Bridget's Dad: I'm this close to knocking you out.
      Bridget's Mom: Dear God.

    • Jane: (On the budget problems) We can solve this.
      Ross: Of course we can, we can just have a cash bar.
      Bridget: Oh my God.
      Ross:What's of my God? Is it such a tragedy that people pay for their own intoxications?

    • Jane: We repeatedly told you that you were running over budget.
      Ross: No, no, not like this. Did you give me a number?
      Debbie: You know what your problem is? You don't listen.
      Jane: Debbie.
      Ross: Oh, I don't listen. That's what she's saying, I don't listen, but somehow I heard you say that didn't I?

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