Two groomsmen are found handcuffed together in a fountain and covered with blood. The groom is also missing, but does the blood belong to him?



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Simmons (as Omar Miller)
Timothy Hewitt
Sean Anderson
Kim Hewitt
Jessie O'Donohue ...
Carmel Owens
Charlie King


Rich Timothy Hewitt's heiress Kim is left at the altar as the groom is missing after a wild stag night. The best man and his buddy are found handcuffed in a public fountain soiled with blood. Written by KGF Vissers

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2 November 2009 (USA)  »

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16 : 9
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After the dead man is removed from the limo, the Medical Examiner is shown scraping material from under the fingernails of the dead guy. As they are at the shore with high winds, he should have bagged the hands at the scene and scraped the nails back at the Coroner's office in order to not have any evidence blow away. See more »


Sean Anderson: Why the hell was I arrested?
Julio: Trespassing, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest.
Jack Williams: This wuss?
Jesse Cardoza: Well, now we know why you didn't make it to the strip club.
Julio: Bail was set real high. You must have really pissed someone off.
Sean Anderson: I don't even jaywalk! I'm in my church choir. I don't piss people off.
Jack Williams: Well, you piss me off sometimes.
Jesse Cardoza: All right, listen, Frick and Frack. Shut up. Who filed the complaint?
Julio: Uh... Clay Bennett.
Sean Anderson: Clay Bennett? The hotel developer?
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References Dude, Where's My Car? (2000) See more »


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A Tough One To Figure Out
27 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a fairly complicated story. We this (unrealistic) nasty bridge ticked off because the groom is late for the wedding. "He better be dead," she screams. (What bride would say that? Hollywood never has had a clue about real life.)

Anyway, is the guy dead or has he been kidnapped or did he just get cold feet?

All these scenarios play out in a weird because of the two "groomsmen" are found in a odd situation with no memory about how they got there, what they did, or what happened to the groom who was with that a strip club.

It's a guessing game all the way to the end and will keep your attention trying to figure it out.

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