Say ''I do'' to MeTV's Marry Me on Sunday, June 30th

Walk down the aisle on Sunday, June 30th starting at 8:30A | 7:30C with a Sunday full of wedding-themed episodes.

Something old, something new, something MeTV brings to you! You're cordially invited to MeTV's Marry Me, a Sunday with a bouquet full of specially-selected matrimonial episodes of your favorite shows. The ceremony starts Sunday, June 30th at 8:30A | 7:30C.

8:30A | 7:30C: Saved By the Bell: "The Mamas and the Papas" — As part of a class project, Zack and Kelly, Slater and Jessie, and Screech and Lisa are paired up in mock marriages.

9A | 8C:Saved By the Bell: "Palm Springs Weekend Part 1" — The gang travel to Palm Desert for Jessie's father's wedding. His job as manager of a luxury hotel there guarantees them wonderful accommodation, but Jessie takes an immediate dislike to her father's much younger bride.

9:30A | 8:30C: Saved By the Bell: "Palm Springs Weekend Part 2" — As the wedding approaches, Jessie desperately tries to sabotage things, Zack and Kelly grow closer, Screech's quest for a date continues, and Slater attempts to impress Christina and her father.

10:30A | 9:30C:The Flintstones: "Engagement Ring" — A case of mistaken identity over an engagement ring gets Barney in a fight — literally!

11A | 10C:The Flintstones: "Groom Gloom" — Fred dreams that newsboy Arnold has grown up and eloped with a mature Pebbles.

12P | 11C:The Brady Bunch: "The Honeymoon" — Mike Brady, a widower with three boys, gets married to Carol Tyler, a divorcee with three girls. Their beautiful wedding ceremony takes a turn when the boys' dog meets the girls' cat. (Pilot)

12:30P | 11:30C:The Brady Bunch: "The Elopement" — After eavesdropping on Sam and Alice, Marcia and Jan leads the rest of the Bradys to believe they're eloping.

1P | 12C: Leave It to Beaver: "The Parking Attendants" — Ward and June are concerned when Wally is hired to park cars at a wedding reception, especially when they learn that he'll be asking unpredictable duo Eddie Haskell and Lumpy Rutherford to help.

2P | 1C:The Beverly Hillbillies: "Jed Rescues Pearl" — Since Mr. Brewster doesn't want to get married, but since the whole county knows that Cousin Pearl had her hat set for him, Jed comes up with a plan for her to save face by having Mr. Brewster proposed in public and then have her turn him down. Jed didn't count on Mr. Brewster's background in the theater and him making a huge production out of it.

2:30P | 1:30C:The Beverly Hillbillies: "Jed Saves Drysdale’s Marriage" —Mrs. Drysdale leaves for a health farm, saying Mr. Drysdale is "going to have a new wife," while Mr. Drysdale tells Cousin Pearl he'd like her to keep his house. However, the Clampetts think he's wanting to marry Pearl, so Jed comes up with a plan to "save" the Drysdale's marriage.  

3P | 2C:Gilligan's Island: "Mr. & Mrs. ?" — A radio bulletin states that the minister who married the Howells was a fraud.

4P | 3C:Mama's Family: "The Wedding: Part 1" — With Vint out at a bachelor party the night before his wedding, the ladies have the house to themselves. When Naomi starts a rumor that Ellen's husband is having an affair with his secretary, the party begins to deteriorate.

4:30P | 3:30C:Mama's Family: "The Wedding: Part 2" — Having survived Vint and Naomi's wedding, Mama's peace is disturbed by the return of the happy couple. Announcing that they've been swindled out of their housing investment, they plead with Mama to let them move back in.

5P | 4C: The Love Boat: "The Joker Is Mild / Take My Granddaughter, Please / First Time Out" — Has-been comic Barry Keys asks Julie to let him entertain on board to return a favor. Mrs. Warner is determined to marry off her granddaughter Shirley. College pals bet on whether virginal Dan changes his status before the cruise ends.

6P | 5C: The Andy Griffith Show: "Mountain Wedding" — Andy and Barney visit the Darlings to rid them of Ernest T. Bass, who has his mind set on marrying daughter Charlene.

7P | 6C: M*A*S*H: "Margaret’s Marriage" — Prompted by pressure from Frank, Hot Lips sets a date for marriage with Lieutenant Colonel Donald Penobscott. When Donald arrives in camp for the wedding, a bridal shower and bachelor party are given. When he has passed out drunk, Hawkeye and B.J. place Donald in a body cast and convince him that he has broken his leg. The ceremony is performed and Donald and Hot Lips leave for a week's honeymoon in Tokyo.

7:30P | 6:30C: M*A*S*H: "Ping Pong" — The 4077th hosts a traditional Korean wedding, much to Frank's objections. And Colonel Potter runs into an old friend who has put his troops in jeopardy so that he could receive a promotion.

8P | 7C: All In the Family: "Flashback: Mike and Gloria’s Wedding Pt. 1” — Edith is in a celebratory mood for Mike and Gloria's second wedding anniversary. While sitting around the dinner table enjoying a special cake, the family recalls Mike and Gloria's wedding. They also recall how Mike's Uncle Casimir met Archie and how they butted heads over who would perform the ceremony.

8:30P | 7:30C: All In the Family: "Flashback: Mike and Gloria’s Wedding Pt. 2" — The family continues to reminisce on Mike and Gloria's second wedding anniversary and they recall the actual day Mike and Gloria got married. As Archie and Mike's Uncle Casimir continue to butt heads, Edith must gather up strength to tell Gloria about 'the birds and the bees'.

9P | 8C: All In the Family: "Maude" — Edith's cousin, Maude, invites Archie and Edith to the wedding of her daughter, Carol. However, Carol and Maude are not looking forward to Archie, since the man she is marrying happens to be Jewish. Later, the men and the women have their respective bachelor and bachelorette parties, but a grumpy Archie decides to stay in the motel. Meanwhile, Carol realizes just what her fiancée envisions as married life.

9:30P | 8:30C: All In the Family: "Lionel’s Engagement" — Edith, Mike and Gloria are each extended a special invitation to attend Lionel's engagement party. However, Archie isn't invited, that is until a big argument between Louise and George results in Louise deciding to invite him. Later, during the party, George is in for a big shock when it turns out that Lionel's fiancée, Jennie has interracial parents.

10:30P | 9:30C: Carol Burnett and Friends: "Guest Paul Sand" — In After the Wedding, Carol's husband becomes jealous when she kisses another man goodbye. Then, in Energy Crisis Blackouts, everyone's life is complicated when the electricity stops. Finally, in Wedding Plans, divorcees discuss their future wedding plans, only to discover they may still love their old spouse.

11P | 10C: The Dick Van Dyke Show: "The Attempted Marriage" — Rob recalls his and Laura's attempts to get married when Ritchie brings up the subject.

11:30P | 10:30C: The Dick Van Dyke Show: "Jilting The Jilter" — Marriage looms on Sally's horizon when she meets Freddy White, a rat fink comedian who's willing to become her husband in exchange for endless free comedy material.

12P | 11C: The Honeymooners: "Here Comes the Bride" — Ralph's lodge brother, Stanley, is about to marry Alice's sister, Agnes. At the Raccoons' bachelor party for Stanley, Ralph warns the young man not to move in with Agnes's parents after the wedding. But this advice backfires when Agnes shows up at the Kramdens' after the wedding reception, sobbing that her new husband has changed into a "beast". Can Ralph get Stanley and Agnes back together without Alice knowing that he was the one who gave Stanley the advice?

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Lantern 1 month ago
Carol of The Brady Bunch was supposed to have been divorced?!? I assumed she was widowed. It seems that having her be a divorcee would have meant her ex (presumably the girls' biological father) being mentioned or even popping up in some episodes. I don't recall any such episodes.
AltBill 1 month ago
Some good stuff there. All those Dick Van Dyke flash back stories were the best.
And Pearl and Mr. Brewster on the Beverly Hillbillies. Pearl was a catch!
The Howell's in trouble again on the Island.
The Beaver one might be a stretch, we'll watch and see.
And I heard that that Brady wedding started a whole series!
Wiseguy70005 1 month ago
Lionel's wife on The Jeffersons was Jenny. I've never seen it written as Jennie.
Hollie 1 month ago
leave it to beaver episode is stretching it a bit and what is the 2nd episode
tootsieg 1 month ago
Looking forward to all the shows.
Runeshaper 1 month ago
With that lineup, MeTV's Marry Me on Sunday should be EPIC!
JHP 1 month ago
I think my ch 19 will be broken that day
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