The Cavanaughs: Season 2, Episode 13

Just Weaseled (27 Jul. 1989)

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Brother James "The Weasel" Cavanaugh is getting remarried, and asks brother Francis to hold the wedding ceremony in his home with his priestly grandson officiating. Francis ("Pop") decides ... See full summary »

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Mary Tanner Bailey ...
Mary Margaret Cavanaugh (as Mary Tanner)
John Short ...
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James 'The Weasel' Cavanaugh
Mary Chalon ...
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Brother James "The Weasel" Cavanaugh is getting remarried, and asks brother Francis to hold the wedding ceremony in his home with his priestly grandson officiating. Francis ("Pop") decides that's okay, especially since his rival will probably be occupied with marriage and they won't fight nearly as much. Can there be a glitch? Yes. When Evelyn, the bride, arrives, she is heavily veiled and doesn't make a sound -- but Pop still recognizes her, in a quite literal "Scent of a Woman" sense, as a woman he himself dated in the past. (She wears a distinctive brand of perfume he instantly recognizes). Evelyn storms out of the parlor and locks herself in the bathroom, cuing a beaut of a brotherly quarrel. Written by Peter Harris

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