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A Dick on One Knee 

Sally meets Michel, a cute French guy who asks her to marry him.

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Tommy Solomon
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Dr. Mary Albright
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Nina (as Simbi Khali)
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Mrs. Dubcek
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August
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Leon
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Bug
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Michel
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Jeweler
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Gabby
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Sally meets Michel, a cute French guy who asks her to marry him. Sally says yes and the Solomons start preparing the marriage. Mary thinks Sally might be rushing into it but Sally has set her mind on the wedding. The wedding makes Dick and Mary consider the next step in their relationship. Tommy turns out to be good at arranging flowers, styling and making clothes which makes August wonder about his sexual disposition. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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16 February 1997 (USA)  »

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After Dick, Mary and Nina repeat "Blister", they do the hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil. See more »

Quotes

Sally Solomon: I'm getting married.
Dr. Dick Solomon: Why are you doing this?
Sally Solomon: Two reasons: I'm a woman and he asked me.
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During the end-credits, an additional scene is shown with Tommy making a center piece for the school football team, and Harry sings "YMCA". See more »

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La Marseillaise
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Music by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
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