The Tennyson's attend the wedding of Uncle Max's other and grown nephew, Joel, with Ben as his reluctant ring bearer. The event has far greater significance than it seems. The marriage of Joel and Camille - a marriage of political significance by happenstance - will unify, or at least encourage a temporary truce between, two warring intergalactic factions; however, someone does not want that peace and works secretly to sabotage the proceedings. Ben's on it (if he's not shot as an alien party crasher first). Written by
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Grandpa Max calls Joel's parents by their first names, Gordon and Betty Jean, even though they're only credited as Joel's father and Joel's mother. Camille's parents are only addressed as Mr. and Mrs. Mann. See more
This is at least the fifth adventure to feature a full moon. Summer vacation only lasts three months. At best, with full moons coming every twenty-eight days, there could be four full moons, but not five - and their summer isn't done yet. See more
The only thing worse than going *to* a stupid old boring wedding is being *in* a stupid old boring wedding. Why can't they find someone else to be the ring bearer?
References My Big Fat Greek Wedding