Waiting for God (1990–1994)
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A Double Wedding? 

After confiding her doubts about marriage to Sarah, Diana has a raucous hen night with male strippers whilst Tom's stag night is a very staid affair. The befuddled Dennis Sparrow is to ... See full summary »

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Harvey Bains
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Sandra Payne ...
Marion
Paddy Ward ...
Lucy Aston ...
Sarah
Dawn Hope ...
Jenny
Tim Preece ...
Robin Driscoll ...
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Brian Miller ...
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Ross Martin ...
Waiter
Lucy Edelstein ...
Baby Diana
The Climax ...
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After confiding her doubts about marriage to Sarah, Diana has a raucous hen night with male strippers whilst Tom's stag night is a very staid affair. The befuddled Dennis Sparrow is to conduct the two wedding ceremonies separately but due to a double booking involving a funeral, a double wedding is on the cards after all - despite Marion's efforts to sabotage Tom's marrying Diana. She need not have worried because, whilst Jane becomes Mrs. Harvey Baines, Tom and Diana happily agree not to marry after all but to live in sin. Written by don @ minifie-1

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27 October 1994 (UK)  »

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Robin Driscoll: Mr. Bean (1990) producer plays the funeral director. See more »

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Rev. Dennis Sparrow: Right. Before we start the wedding rehearsal there are one or two things I find a bit confusing.
Diana: Like is it night or day.
Rev. Dennis Sparrow: These are to take place one after another.
Tom: Well done.
Rev. Dennis Sparrow: You don't want a double wedding?
Diana: No!
Rev. Dennis Sparrow: And the first wedding is between, um... Harvey and Tom, right?
Tom: Almost.
Jane: Harvey and me, Dennis.
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Get Me to the Church on Time
(1956) (uncredited)
Music by Frederick Loewe
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Performed by Graham Crowden
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