Ted and Georgette get married in Mary's apartment on an hour's notice.



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Mary has invited Ted and Georgette over for brunch in an effort to be nicer to him, which she feels no one in the news room is despite Ted not being such a bad person. Regardless, Mary is finding it difficult to live up to her own words, especially as Ted proposes to Georgette once again in a half-hearted manner over the meal. Ted has continually proposed to Georgette to which she's accepted, for him only to recant down the road with which she allows him to get away. But this time, Georgette surprises Ted by not saying yes, but rather daring him to turn his words into action by getting married right away since all the necessary paperwork and tests from the previous proposals are still valid. Ted in turn surprises Georgette by agreeing. The next step is to pull a wedding off in the next half hour in Mary's apartment before all Ted and Georgette's friends before Ted changes his mind. Written by Huggo

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8 November 1975 (USA)  »

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John Ritter appears to officiate Ted and Georgette's wedding. See more »


Mary Richards: Do you have any preference about what you want to wear, Georgette?
Georgette Baxter: Well, I always dreamed of being married in something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. But what the hell, we're in a hurry
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Crazy Credits

In the credits, after Ted marries Georgette, her character's name is changed from "Georgette" to "Georgette Baxter" See more »


Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis
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A Wedding Like No Other
25 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ted has proposed to and been accepted by Georgette so many times he can't remember. People are a bit cruel to Ted so Mary decides to have little party so they can show appreciation for him. While there, Georgette tricks Ted. She demands that this time he put his money where his mouth is and get married in the next half hour. Of course, there is utter panic. Guests must be brought in and the place decorated. Lou and Murray come in looking like they've been cleaning a furnace. Sue Ann brings the flowers, the champagne, corsages, and rice to throw. All they need is a minister and they get newly ordained John Ritter (I always loved this guy, died way too young). He is in tennis shorts and carries a racquet. He doesn't have his prayer book so he has to wing it, with the help of the other participants. Ted recites vows, but since Murray is his writer, he whispers the words into Ted's ear. The result is about as funny as anything I've heard. Another great episode in what appears to have been the strongest season.

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