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[S10E18] Jack's Big Gay Wedding



Jack and Estefan's romantic wedding in Spain takes a detour when their flight is cancelled, forcing them to get married at the airport by their friend Miss Coco. McCoy's big job offer in London has Will worried about engaging in a long-distance relationship. While dealing with doubts about her current relationship, Grace meets a charming guy at the airport who inspires her to make an impulsive decision. And advice from Smitty makes Karen reconsider her commitment to Nikki and her own sexual orientation.




[S10E18] Jack's Big Gay Wedding


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When Jake confronts Mallory about his proposal, it looks like the two will part ways then and there. Luckily, they soon realize how much they love each other and decide to go through with the wedding. This short storyline was definitely a nice treat to all the Mallory fans out there and provided closure with regards to what happened to Mallory.


In the series, a conversation with a wounded soldier in a season 7 episode reveals their wedding date as September 8, but in Settling Debts, he states that his anniversary is Groundhog Day, February 2 (he picked that day so he wouldn't forget it). In Hey, Doc, Potter writes to Mildred on their 27th wedding anniversary which, with it being 1952, means he was married in 1925; had he married in 1916, it would have been their 36th wedding anniversary in 1952. In Change Day, Potter claims to have been married 38 years - since 1913. In Point of View, Potter is angry at himself for forgetting to call Mildred on their 35th anniversary. In Too Many Cooks, Margaret remarks Potter's been married 40 years. Despite the distance that military duty imposed upon him, Potter remained a family man at heart, keeping in regular contact with his wife, children, and grandchildren, and telling them all about the people he served with at the 4077th. For the most part, Potter and his wife, Mildred, had to maintain a long-distance relationship, although he was able to meet her for a couple of weeks in Tokyo at one point. Potter kept a framed portrait of his wife on the right hand corner of his desk, and every morning gave the picture a salute.


He married Mildred in 1916. A conversation with a wounded soldier in a season 7 episode reveals their wedding date as September 8. However in Settling Debts, he states that his anniversary is Groundhog Day, February 2 (he picked that day so he wouldn't forget it). In Hey, Doc, Potter writes to Mildred on their 27th wedding anniversary which, with it being 1952, means he was married in 1925; had he married in 1916, it would have been their 36th wedding anniversary in 1952. In Change Day, Potter claims to have been married 38 years - since 1913. In Point of View, Potter is angry at himself for forgetting to call Mildred on their 35th anniversary. In Too Many Cooks, Houlihan remarks Potter's been married 40 years. 041b061a72


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