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The Paul Bearer 

Paul and Claudia's wedding day is fraught with problems: Randall suddenly suffers from a speech impediment and best man Mike learns that the church is double-booked with a funeral.

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Paul Lassiter
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Stuart Bondek
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Carter Heywood
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Nikki Faber
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Janelle Cooper
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Stacey Paterno
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Paul and Claudia's wedding day is fraught with problems: Randall suddenly suffers from a speech impediment and best man Mike learns that the church is double-booked with a funeral.

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20 May 1998 (USA)  »

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James Hobert: Mike, the band called there not going to show. They get a better offer to play the funeral.
Mike Flaherty: Alright, from now on you are the band.
James Hobert: Cool! Can I be Loverboy?
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Season two ends with a bang!
9 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

For the last episode in season two, Paul and Claudia are getting married and Mike is setting up all the plans. Unfortunately the plans seem to get away from Mike when he schedules the wrong day. The church where the wedding is to take place is hosting a funeral. This is just the start of the problems that Paul and Claudia are to face.

Mayor Winston is also having problems. When Mike tells the Mayor that some are predicting presidential aspects in the Mayor's future, the Mayor develops a speech problem. And with the Mayor set to perform the wedding ceremony, it is bound to create a problem.

The story played out well and was mildly entertaining for most of the show. But when we get to the reception area, the show took off and made the entire experience worth the wait. Will not give away the situation but some of the funniest activity of the season occurred in this episode. A very entertaining watch.


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