The Wedding Bells Episode Guides
For Whom the Bells Toll (Pilot)
After their parents divorce, three sisters inherit The Wedding Palace. As the new owners of the wedding chapel, they are forced to create elaborate wedding ceremonies, while trying to figure out where they stand in their own love lives. From dealing with high-maintenance Bridezilla's and their families to calming wedding-day jitters, the trio of planners and their loyal staff do their utmost to make sure that every bride gets her special day, as they attempt to take their small company from wedding emporium to wedding empire. Adding to the chaos are photographer David Conlon, and Russell Hawkins, Jane's husband and the company COO. Russell was hired to attract a higher-end clientele, while simultaneously cutting costs which isn't very easy, due to the women's inability to refrain from giving clients little extras that keep eating up the profits. Meanwhile, Jane is constantly fending off the advances of their head chef, Ernesto. Then there's wedding singer Ralph Snow, who always aspired to be the next Lenny Kravitz, but instead is stuck crooning endless cover songs and retro medleys for unappreciative wedding guests.
Wedding From Hell
Bridget's wedding to fiancé Ross, has the Bell sisters facing budget troubles. Bridget's father refuses to pay for the wedding because he believes that Ross is gay. Bridget's friends attempt to stop the marriage. With everything working against them, Bridget and Ross attempt to prove to their family and friends that their love is genuine. Annie begins to feel the pressures of running The Wedding Palace. When she confronts her sisters about letting their personal lives compromise the quality of their work, Jane mysteriously leaves the meeting in tears, leading Annie and Sammy to believe that there is something wrong with her marriage to Russell. Ernesto presents Jane with a solution to her romantic troubles. Meanwhile, David crosses the line when he becomes involved with a bridesmaid; Sammy has her hands full fending off an usher who exposes more than just his feelings for her; and Debbie and Cedric argue about their past.
The Most Beautiful Girl
Amanda Pontell begins work as a wedding planner and craftily garners new business for The Wedding Palace. After Amanda uses some slightly unethical tactics to book new clients, Sammy reminds her that money isn't the only thing that matters when planning weddings. Johnny Kad suggests several changes to make the business more profitable, including sending Ralph and Cedric to a wedding singer school run by Billy Ray Popcorn. A bride, Chrissie, causes a rift between the sisters when she requests Annie as her wedding point person because, in her opinion, Annie is prettier than Jane. Meanwhile, Annie and David rekindle their romance.
Sammy attempts to reason with Muffy, a young bride who wants to dress as her late father's favorite character, Dulcinea, a Spanish harlot from the legend of Don Quixote, and walk down the aisle in a dress appropriate for a Penthouse spread. Annie struggles to please a perpetually pessimistic couple who cannot marry until the bride-to-be, Edith, receives permission from her first husband in keeping with Jewish tradition. Meanwhile, hoping to find a way to save her marriage that does not include pursuing an affair, Jane seeks out the expertise of a couples therapist who suggests role-playing as a moral alternative. Ralph is taken by surprise when Amanda Pontell returns with news that her marriage has been annulled, and she makes it quite clear that she sees him as her ticket back into the dating game. When Jane approaches Russell with the concept of role-playing, Russell reveals he has fantasized about her sister Annie. Desperate and enraged, Jane again begins to contemplate an affair, and Ernesto's advances become hard to rebuff. When Sammy meets Muffy's fiancé, Ike, she is so disgusted by his objectifying treatment of her that she tries to convince Muffy to call off the wedding. With one wedding cancelled and another hanging in the balance, The Wedding Palace is thrown into turmoil once again. After exhausting all other options, Edith and her fiancé place the fate of their wedding in the hands of her ex-husband, even though she has not seen him in 17 years.
Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Disaster
The Bells sisters have to plan simultaneous weddings after the runaway bride returns, wanting the exact same wedding she had planned for. Unfortunately, she wants it on the same day as Candace's wedding. And, Amanda readies a lawsuit against The Wedding Palace after her terrible wedding day.
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