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On her request, Lou is having lunch with his ex-wife, Edie. It's so that she can tell him that she's getting remarried. Outwardly, Lou wants to be happy for her, but he's not sure that he really is. Although he knows he no longer loves her, her getting remarried still doesn't change the fact that it means a part of his life is ending forever. It is even more difficult for him when Edie, in a gesture to show him and the world that they are still good friends, invites him to the wedding. Lou has to decide if he is in Mary's words a modern man by going to the wedding, and if he does go if he will be able to stand watching his wife say "I do" to another man. Meanwhile, Ted is trying to figure out a good punch line to his knock knock joke "Anna Maria Alberghetti who?".
Lou has to face the fact that is ex-wife Edie is getting married.
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