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In Sickness and in Health 

A person's wedding should be the happiest event in their life. Not so for one bride who receives a note shortly before the wedding saying the person she is marrying is a serial killer. With... See full summary »

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A person's wedding should be the happiest event in their life. Not so for one bride who receives a note shortly before the wedding saying the person she is marrying is a serial killer. With the wedding in full swing, she must make a choice to believe the note or to pass it off as a stupid prank. But when she notices her groom acting rather odd, she wonders if there is truth behind the note's mortifying words. Written by bioguyver43

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At the time of this episode's production and airing, Maggie Lawson and James Roday, who played the newly-married couple, were in a relationship in real-life. They concurrently acted together in Psych (2006) and would share a small scene in Gamer (2009) a year later. See more »

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Why this, John Landis?
3 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

1st of all, this series is a weak substitution for Masters of Horror. I believe you can make a great short horror film without graphic violence and cursing, but the episodes so far has been bad. I'll admit there are some laugh out loud moments in this episode, which I expect from Landis. The random close ups on the religious icons are funny & there are a few character flaws that are great. However, (within the 1st 5 mins.) I made what I thought was the worst guess about the ending & was correct. The lead up to the twist doesn't work, because it tries too hard to force you down the wrong path. It ended up being a cheesy, '80's-like bit of entertainment.


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