Eb and Darlene still don't have a location for their wedding, even though it's just two weeks away. Mr. Haney's first suggestion, to have it for free at a car wash, is shot down by Darlene. His second scheme comes complete with a household of furniture. Eb signs a contract to have their ceremony on TV in a furniture emporium's window. This time, Darlene's father puts a halt to the idea. To keep from being sued by the store, Lisa and Oliver fill in as bride and groom. Written by
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Lisa serves up a "polarized" baked chicken from the oven. It beeps when it's done, like a Polaroid camera. Sam Drucker is cooking a polarized duck at his store. See more
The marriage business sure has fallen off around here since they opened that wedding chapel at the drive-in movie.
Oliver Wendell Douglas
They have a wedding chapel in a drive-in movie?
Ah, well, you know how folks are now-a-days. They hate to get out of their cars.