Mim and Fran are invited to the wedding of Gemma, daughter of Mim's prissy cousin Pat. Whilst Fran elicits sympathy at the hen night Mim disgraces herself with her party trick and is relegated to the evening reception. However Gemma makes a confession to Fran, which allows Mim to (almost) tick off another item on her bucket list and, after Fran has received Gemma's thanks, her bond with Mim grows ever stronger.
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An excerpt from Lines 44 & 45 of the first section of "Burnt Norton", the opening poem of T.S. Eliot's "Four Quartets" appears on-screen before the episode begins. "Humankind cannot bear very much reality- T.S. Eliot". See more
References Dirty Dancing