Raising Hope (2010–2014)
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The Father Daughter Dance 

Virginia plans her father's wedding in exchange for his paying for Hope's college tuition.

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Virginia's father, Arnold, returns to Natesville seeking help in planning his upcoming wedding. But Arnold surprises everyone when he reveals that the wedding Virginia has planned is really for her and Burt - the dream wedding they never got to have as teen parents. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Family

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4 April 2014 (USA)  »

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This is the last episode of the entire series See more »

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References Footloose (1984) See more »

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Wedding March
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Composed by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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Lighthearted non-upsetting ending. I approve.
5 April 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I strongly think comedy shows should remain lighthearted even in their finales. I think Raising Hopes ending is actually well done. It's one of those full-circle type endings. It could easily have been just an ending to a single episode, if not for the voice-over at the end. It was played safe, and wasn't aiming to be grandiose. I'm thankful because now we have 4 seasons we can watch again n again to our hearts content without dreading the sad ending or an ending involving people moving away or members of the group/family dying. The show continues in our minds. It's easy to imagine the characters carrying on as we left them. Thanks for the heartwarming and funny show creators, cast and all involved, I'll miss seeing the world you brought to life each week.


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