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An Invitation to Romance 

While attempting to deliver a party invitation to a prominent Chicago businessman, Fraser can't seem to steer clear of the man's obnoxious fiancée, who leads him on a merry misadventure with her jealous groom-to-be in pursuit.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Beau Starr ...
Lt. Harding Welsh (credit only)
Daniel Kash ...
Louis Gardino (credit only)
Tony Craig ...
Jack Huey (credit only)
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Elaine Besbriss (credit only)
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Katherine Burns
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Nigel Ellis
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Inspector Moffat
Arthi Sambasivan ...
Jasmine
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Perry
Robert Benson ...
Mr. Porro
Mario Romano ...
Vendor
Timm Zemanek ...
Desk Clerk
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Postal Employee
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Storyline

While attempting to deliver a party invitation to a prominent Chicago businessman, Fraser can't seem to steer clear of the man's obnoxious fiancée, who leads him on a merry misadventure with her jealous groom-to-be in pursuit.

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6 April 1995 (Canada)  »

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Quotes

Fraser: Mr. Ellis, I want to assure you that Kathryn has been completely faithful to you!
Katherine Burns: Except for the part in the honeymoon suite.
Ray Vecchio: Honeymoon suite?
Fraser: I was entirely innocent.
Ray Vecchio: Yeah, big shock there.
Fraser: [to Ellis] Unfortunately, if you don't choose to believe this, there's nothing I can say to convince you of it.
Ray Vecchio: What? No Mountie stories? No Inuit tales?
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Connections

References Invitation to the Dance (1956) See more »

Soundtracks

Sleeping Beauty Waltz
Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (as Peter Tchaikovsky)
Performed by The Emperor Quartet
Courtesy of The Emperor Quartet
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