Norman is working on a wedding themed story, which inspires Tina to want to get married, specifically to Norman. On the spur of the moment, she proposes to him. Norman is flabbergasted since they haven't dated and hardly even know each other. Tom thinks it's a nesting instinct in Tina coming through, but he also thinks it's Norman's fault for his off the cuffs "I adore you" and "I can't live without you" comments to Tina. Norman decides that if he says those things, he must really mean them. So he decides to marry Tina. Talk of weddings brings up questions from Eddie and very fond remembrances from Tom of Tom and Helen's engagement, wedding and early life. Eddie tells Tina and Norman about Tom and Helen's life. Tina then Norman finally realize that marriage will mean a whole-scale change in their lives, from dates every night at the Licorice Stick - a discotheque - to a house with a white picket fence and children. They decide to call off the wedding, but being the party people that ... Written by
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