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Well, I am stunned.

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Right.

That's what passes for comedy these days? Whoa! I'm falling back in my chair.Whoa.I'm really falling back in my chair.

passe Žž‘ă’x‚ę‚Ě

Baby.

Okay, that was pretty funny.

What a jerk.Did he at least get someone hot to play me?

You're not in it.

What a jerk.

No, no, no, no, no.Tony's not a jerk, not according to the movie, anyway.

I'm going through with this wedding.I'm sorry, Tony.

Stella, your happiness is the only thing I care about, except for these underprivileged children that I work with for free.

Aw!

I love him.

It's not that easy, Tony.Jed Mosley may not be as handsome as you are, or as tall as you are

I'm taller than that guy.

and our sex life is terrible.Once he even fell asleep while we were doing it.I mean

It was one time.I was on cold medicine.

What?

Nothing.

This is a terrible movie! And it got everything wrong.Remember how I proposed to Stella? That spontaneous moment in the arcade.I didn't have a ring, so I gave her a toy I won from a crane machine?

spontaneous ŽŠ‘R‚ɏo‚Ä‚­‚é

Oh, that was so sweet.

So romantic.

A little cheesy.

Well, here's how it went in the movie.

Look, if it'll shut you up, I guess we can get married.

Well, aren't you gonna give me a ring?

No-can-do's-ville, babydoll.Here.Put this on your finger.

Hey!

And remember the two-minute date? When I squeezed an entire romantic evening into just two minutes to accommodate Stella 's busy schedule?

Oh, Ted, you're such a good guy.

That was really nice.

Also, a little cheesy.

Well, according to the movie

What about our big romantic weekend?

No-can-do's-ville, babydoll.Alls I got time for is a two-minute date, if you know what I mean.Sex.Whoa!

Aw!

Hey, if you know what you're doing, two minutes is all you need.

Run tell dat.

But the worst, the worst, was the ending.So they're at the wedding

Do you, Stella, take Jed Mosley to be your lawfully-wedded husband?

I -

Whoa! Spoilers! Is what I would say if I ever plan on seeing such an awful film.Continue.

So they're at the wedding.

I -

Stella!

Tony!

Tony?

Something I need to say.A long time ago, I let this beautiful girl named Stella get away.And now she's with some jerk who doesn't appreciate what he has in this beautiful, wedding bride.

Oh!

What is wrong with you people?

You can't talk to me like that.I'm Ted Mosley!

Did he say Ted that time?

Stella, I promised to make you my wife.And I'd like to live up to that promise.

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Oh, Tony, all I've wanted all my life was your love.

Oh, go on, honey.Kiss him.

Kiss him, kiss him, kiss him - Kiss him, kiss him, kiss him

Stella, if you still truly love me, can you let me make you my wedding bride?

Can-do's-ville, babydoll.

No! No! No! Stop doing that! Daddy!

Take that, Ted Mosby.

Okay, he definitely said it that time.

Oh, my God.That was so good! I'm laughing.I'm crying.I know it's all fake, but didn't those seem like real characters? It was just so real.Hey, how come you said oh, no when the movie started?

That's when I realized everyone has baggage, including me.

Oh, uh, no reason.

Ted, I think you need to tell Royce the story of what happened with you and Stella.It's gonna come out eventually.

Why? Why does it even have to?

Well, for starters, it's now the fifth highest-grossing movie of all time.

I don't care.I don't care.I'm taking this to the grave.It's a stupid movie, anyway.

Sounds terrible.

My gosh, I would never go and see that film.

Kids, you know where this is going.

Well, she's made her choice.Don't worry.I won't go to the wedding.

Oh, you'll go all right.I'm gonna drive you there myself and make you watch.

Billy, no! The code.

This is exactly how it happened.He got every part right.Even that thing with the nunchucks.

So I was resolved to put The Wedding Bride as far behind me as possible.Unfortunately

Oh! How great was The Wedding Bride?

Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! We're going to see it again tomorrow.

Ooh! Can we come? Ted, you wanna see it again, right?

Yeah.It was good.

Good? Try instant classic.The only thing wrong with it, and I mean, it's such a minor flaw in an otherwise flawless film, is I just didn't get why Stella would even wanna marry a guy like Jed Mosley in the first place.I mean, even that guy's name, Jed Mosley.

instant classic ‚킡‚ę‚ç‚ę‚Č‚˘ě•i flaw Œ‡“_ flawless Œ‡“_‚Ě‚Č‚˘

Come on, Royce.You've dated a few Jed Mosleys in your day.

Well, okay.But who hasn't? He's such a type.The butterfly tattoo, the way he pronounces encyclopedia.

Encyclopaedia.

Totally.Totally.All right, well, technically, that is the correct

I was so, so happy when that loser got left at the altar, and you know why? Because he had it coming.And the great part is he is gonna live a long, sad life, knowing that he lost his only chance at happiness.Oh! What about when he got beat up by the goat?

have ` coming “–‘R‚Ě•ń‚˘‚Ć‚ľ‚ÄŽó‚Ż‚é

So funny.

What a loser.

Totally! I mean, the guy's life was shattered in a very public humiliation.What a hoot! And it may be years before he can look certain family members in the eye again.He may be so emotionally traumatized he never fully loves or trusts anyone ever again.That's hysterical.Move over, Adolf Hitler.There's a new king of comedy.

shattered Ó‚ŻŽU‚Á‚˝ hoot ‚Ć‚Ä‚ŕ–Ę”’‚˘l

Ted, are you okay?

Yeah.I just think you all might be interested to learn something about that movie y'all love so much.It sucks.And you're all stupid for liking it.

Wow.That was really mean.I think you owe us an apology.

No-can-do's-ville, babydoll.No-can-do's-ville.

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