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Old June 21 2013, 10:06 AM   #136
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Where does it say they were engaged for ten years?
That book Jeri Taylor insists is canon said that they were childhood friends, and had many adventures together as adults, but I'm really just guessing how long between the end of the first novel when Mark broke out of the Friendszone and when the ship was lost.

So, in my ass is where it's said.

http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Mark_Johnson

Mosaic finishes it's story about Mark in 2359, so Jeri is in agreement with my bum.
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Old June 21 2013, 12:30 PM   #137
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In that case.. THAT JERK.
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Old June 21 2013, 03:27 PM   #138
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Sorry.

But someone owes you a fancy recommitment ceremony for one of your anniversaries, or an equal weight in chocolate... Of course sexism aside, maybe you owe your husband a fancy recommitment ceremony, I'm assuming, now that together you have money.

Did you watch the last seasons of Drew Carey? Near the end he says "Suck it Fate! One year from today I WILL GET MARRIED!" even though he had no woman in his life, he just wishes, fantasizes, actualizes for the next 24 episodes that at some point before the priest says "Do you take this woman" that a woman who loves him earnestly will magically appear, and he will live happily ever after.


Remember the show "Brooklyn Bridge"? Cute show. Armin Shimmerman had a guest/recurring role as a cousin. He tells the Bubbe that he's going to get married. She asks, "Do you have someone in mind, or are you just starting out?" Honestly, I thought that was a good, and kinda sweet, way to put it.

Sometimes, people just realize it's time for them to settle down, or that they're ready to settle down, and are ready to look for "the one."

No, not the B5 "The One." Valen's not involved.
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Old June 22 2013, 12:26 AM   #139
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I don't like weddings or big fancy ceremonies of any kind. There are like a gazillion things I don't like about them, but especially weddings. Yes it can be done better, simpler.. but the usual sort where you pay a whole bunch of strangers to make a whole bunch of crap from the substandard reception food to the dress to the invitations, all of which has a hugely hijacked price because of the word "wedding" afixed to the front of it.. blech. And I'm just not big on public spectacle. One of my relatives had a wedding that cost over 30,000. Awful. The whole OMG this is my special day thing.. gadzooks.

Rant over.. and I do enjoy looking at pics of people's Star Trek weddings
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Old June 22 2013, 01:29 AM   #140
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I love other people's wedding receptions, but not as much as I loved them as a child.

SUCH FUN!

A drama starring Marion Ross? I adore that woman. Growing up I wanted to push Howard down an elevator shaft, and take her for my own. I don't know how Fonzie resisted her allure? He lived above her garage for frakks sake!

IMDB says that Armin was only in 4 episodes.

But no, I have no recollection of this show ever existing.
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Old June 23 2013, 03:43 AM   #141
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Ah, it was a cute show! Typical..."lots of love in a family" type of thing. But Marion Ross was great as the Bubbe. And sometimes annoying, as a real Bubbe can be. Loved the kids...adorable with being too precious.
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