The Honeymooners (1955–1956)
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Here Comes the Bride 

Ralph's lodge brother, Stanley, is about to marry Alice's sister, Agnes. At the Raccoons' bachelor party for Stanley, Ralph warns the young man not to move in with Agnes's parents after the... See full summary »

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Ralph's lodge brother, Stanley, is about to marry Alice's sister, Agnes. At the Raccoons' bachelor party for Stanley, Ralph warns the young man not to move in with Agnes's parents after the wedding. But this advice backfires when Agnes shows up at the Kramdens' after the wedding reception, sobbing that her new husband has changed into a "beast". Can Ralph get Stanley and Agnes back together without Alice knowing that he was the one who gave Stanley the advice? Written by afsnowbird

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25 February 1956 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the classical bridal march commonly called "Here Comes the Bride", which is from the "Bridal Chorus" from the opera "Lohengrin", by German composer Richard Wagner. See more »

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Alice can't figure who influenced her sister's meek new husband to changed so quickly, suddenly telling his new bride that he is the "King of the Castle", even though Alice has heard Ralph use that phrase many times in previous shows, including "Better Living Through TV". See more »

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Agnes Gibson Saxon: [about Stanley] Oh, he's a beast!
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References The Red Skelton Hour (1951) See more »

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The King Gets Beheaded
20 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Those Raccoons. They certainly are the centerpiece of the 1950's male culture. They have a party for one of the members who happens to be marrying Alice's sister. They fill him full of all kinds of vitriol. By the way, he is an absolute dork. But Ralph can't let the idle joking be all of it. He has to give Stanley (the guy) advice on being the king of his castle and having nothing to do with his in-laws and so on. Of course, the guy takes the advice and she takes of on their wedding night. And, of course, shows up at the Kramdens. Ralph knows he's the cause and is walking a tightrope, hoping that Alice will not find out what he said. Well, we know the end of that story. It's not as funny as most episodes.


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