Gary and Dorothy's wedding day has arrived and the relatives turn up for the occasion but, as everybody arrives at the registry office two hours early, they head off for the pub. Later they... See full summary »

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Gary
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Dorothy
Linda Broughton ...
Registrar
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Donald Hoath ...
Uncle Steven
Bridget McConnell ...
Auntie Anne (as Bridget McConnel)
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Ken
Ian Lindsay ...
George
Valerie Minifie ...
Anthea
Dido Miles ...
Cath
Roger Moss ...
James
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Gary and Dorothy's wedding day has arrived and the relatives turn up for the occasion but, as everybody arrives at the registry office two hours early, they head off for the pub. Later they discover that the ceremony cannot take place as the registrar has fallen ill and no replacement can be found. This is no great hardship for the happy couple who decide that they are content with the current arrangement and go on the honeymoon anyway. And Tony, after a six year wait, finally gets to have sex with Deborah. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Richard Strange, who appears as Tony's mate Neville in series 2, makes an uncredited appearance in this episode as a wedding guest. See more »

Quotes

Deborah: What are you thinking?
Tony: I was just wondering what colour your bush is.
Deborah: What?
Tony: I was just wondering what car rubbish is.
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References The Bill (1984) See more »

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Wake Me Up Before You Go Go
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Written by George Michael
Performed by Wham!
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