$#*! My Dad Says: Season 1, Episode 13

The Better Father (13 Jan. 2011)

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When Bonnie and Vince learn that their first wedding wasn't legal, they plan a new ceremony, but Ed wants to break-up with them when he finds out that Bonnie's father is coming.



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Vince and Bonnie learn their marriage is not legal so they plan to get married again. Bonnie asks her dad to come. But Ed is not keen on it because during their last wedding, instead of being at the wedding, her father was gambling and when he fell in the hole, Ed was the one who had to bail him out. But Bonnie says he's changed but Ed doesn't believe it. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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19 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This plot device is at least 45 years old. And it was done on Gilligan's Island:


This is the best the writers can do? The show just won a People's Choice award and they're already falling back on hackneyed sitcom plots. I guess they assumed that after all this time no one would remember Gilligan's Island.

Worse yet, this old plot device is based on a false premise. If you have a valid marriage license, you're married. You don't need a real minister to perform the ceremony.

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