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State of the Unions 

While Cory dresses about his future marriage, Topanga's parents reveal some unanticipated news that they are on the verge of separating.

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Morgan Matthews
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Angela Moore (as Trina McGee-Davis)
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Rachel McGuire
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Jack Hunter
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Dean Lila Bolander
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While Cory deals with his anxieties about his impending marriage, Topanga's parents (real-life couple Annette O'Toole and Michael McKean) come for a visit and reveal some unexpected news: they are on the brink of separating. Meanwhile, Feeny pops the question to Dean Bolander (real-life husband and wife William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett), and they agree to get married in the Matthews living-room; and a self-pitying Eric asks Shawn for advice on how to cope with losing Rachel to Jack. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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14 May 1999 (USA)  »

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This episode features two real life married couples who are playing married couples: William Daniels (George Feeny) and Bonnie Bartlett (Dean Lila Bolander) have been married since June 30, 1951; Michael McKean (Jedediah Lawrence) and Annette O'Toole (Rhiannon Lawrence) have been married since March 20, 1999. See more »

Quotes

Cory Matthews: [as he rushes into the house] Big trouble!
Amy Matthews: Cory, Mr. Feeny and Lila are getting married in our living room.
Cory Matthews: I'm thrilled for you, Feeny. Now, get out and take your chick with you.
Alan Matthews: Cory, have you lost your mind?
Cory Matthews: The in-laws are coming.
George Feeny: We're outta here.
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References ALF (1986) See more »

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