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April Showers 

Numerous mishaps threaten to mar Corday and Greene's wedding day. As the very pregnant Corday becomes increasingly agitated, the presence of her bickering divorced parents does little to ... See full summary »

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Numerous mishaps threaten to mar Corday and Greene's wedding day. As the very pregnant Corday becomes increasingly agitated, the presence of her bickering divorced parents does little to improve her mood. With the intense rain, Greene has a difficult time making it to the church. But, evenutally, he arrives and they joyfully wed. Written by Anonymous

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19 April 2001 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the 1921 song "April Showers" written by Louis Silvers with lyrics by B. G. De Sylva first sung by Al Jolson in the 1921 Broadway musical "Bombo". See more »

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The wedding minister has his vestment on backward. The lamb embroidery is supposed to be on the front. See more »

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Dr. John Carter: Can you see that Mr. Tuttle gets a sandwich? The unborn twin inside of his stomach is hungry.
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April Showers (#7.18)
18 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is finally the day of Elizabeth and Mark's wedding and it doesn't go without obstacles of course. It is a day of a storm so Mark has trouble to make it to his own wedding when everyone is waiting for the groom.

We have so many great scenes and moments here. Elizabeth worrying about Mark's future while talking with her parents was a great and emotional scene.

Romano once again brings us laughter, but besides that he is also very sweet telling Elizabeth how beautiful she is which is kindly appreciates.

Mark standing on the car of Peter trying to see the end of the traffic while Peter was yelling at him was pretty funny as well.

And the end of Mark running in and him meeting Elizabeth at the alter was wonderful, I was very happy to see the two of them getting their wedding as I love both characters.


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