Happy Days: Season 7, Episode 14

Here Comes the Bride, Again (18 Dec. 1979)

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When Joanie & Richie find out their parents first wedding was less than romantic,they decide to plan a whole new wedding for them...but nothing goes as they may have wanted it too.



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Episode cast overview:
Ralph Malph (as Donny Most)
Bob Elliott ...
Gil Crawford
Ray Goulding ...
Bernie Cross
Mr. Burkhart
C.W. Metcalf ...


The kids are told by Marion about how rushed and unromantic her original wedding to Howard was. Howard had to leave in minutes for the Army and her ring was a mint Lifesaver. The kids decide to pay for a new wedding ceremony for their parents. Contacting wedding planners (played by classic comedy duo Bob & Ray) who don't seem to have a grip on things, including reality. The ceremony nearly ends in disaster because a clown was hired to entertain and Bob & Ray, confusingly, conduct the ceremony. Written by happipuppi13

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Comedy | Family | Music




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18 December 1979 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the composition "Here Comes the Bride" which is also known as "The Wedding March", "The Bridal Chorus" and "Treulich geführt" from the opera "Lohengrin" by the German composer Richard Wagner and was first performed in Weimar, Germany in 1850. See more »

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