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Nancy St. Alban
Goin' to the chapel...then what?
For the Week of November 21, 2005
Last week, we saw a wedding of sorts, as Danny and Michelle actually tied the knot. Poor Marina; how hard would it be to see your ex with HIS ex just days after your breakup?
The wedding march is getting ready to start, but will the bride and groom say "I do"? And if so, WHICH groom?

As we head into the shortened work and GL week (the show is pre-empted Thursday and Friday) it's time to see how it all shakes out with Tammy, Sandy and Jonathan. We left the star-crossed lovers (Tammy/Jonathan) eyeballing each other at the bakery - just hours before the wedding. What will happen once daylight arrives? I know that many of you are loving this story (and many of you are against the idea of cousins together - I hear from both sides) but you can't deny the chemistry involved. The romantic in my wants to see everyone happy, but I know GL. They seem to want to focus on marital mayhem. So only time will tell what the future holds for these two. One thing is for sure - this will be a pretty tense Thanksgiving dinner this year!!

Oh, and for those who can't get the song out of your head, it's "Unbelieveable" from 17-year old Kaci Brown (www.kacibrown.com). I've been playing it as I write my columns the last few weeks. I can't get the song out of my head, either.

We did have a wedding of sorts this week as well. I think Danny and Michelle actually tied the knot, but since we didn't see the whole thing, I'll have to fill in the blanks. Poor Marina - I can't imagine how hard it would be to see your ex with HIS ex just days after your breakup. Of course, flirting with your mother's ex (who at one time thought he was your father) is more than a little odd. But there is something pretty hot about the new A-M, even if he's flirting with every skirt in town - including the one married to his father!

Still, Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays (food and no pressure of gift-giving) and I can't wait to see how GL shares it with their fans. Of course, Ross is in the closet somewhere, plotting his senatorial run. How can they keep explaining his absence? And since one of the few happy couples will leave Springfield for good before the holiday, it might be a stressful holiday for all.

Still, I hope that you are able to sit back and enjoy the day with your family. Eat too much, fall asleep watching the football game and enjoy time with your family members. And definitely stick someone else with the clean-up duties like I plan to!!


Kimberly


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