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22nd Sep '16 6:00:19 PM LinTaylor
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* In ''Series/KamenRiderDouble''[='s=] finale in the film ''Movie Wars Core'', it's shown that Akiko's father Sokichi ([[WhenYouComingHomeDad who was always away working]]) promised he'd be there for her wedding day -- but unfortunately, he suffered DeathByOriginStory. [[TheHero Shotaro]] was originally going to give her away, but when the ceremony comes he sits in the pews next to his partner Philip, explaining that it's taken care of; we then see a specter of Sokichi escorting Akiko down the aisle.
10th Sep '16 10:15:09 AM probiewankenobi
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* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': When [[spoiler: Ziva]] is considering marrying [[spoiler: Ray]], everyone assumes Gibbs would walk her down the aisle. [[spoiler: It does ''not'' happen, and never will. Marrying Ray, that is, not Gibbs walking her down the aisle. Still holding out hope for the second bit.]]

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* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': When [[spoiler: Ziva]] is considering marrying [[spoiler: Ray]], everyone assumes Gibbs would walk her down the aisle. [[spoiler: It does ''not'' happen, and never will. Marrying Ray, that is, not Gibbs walking her down the aisle. Still holding out hope for But now that [[Recap/NCISS13E24 Trent Kort killed Ziva]], the second bit.won't happen either.]]
6th Sep '16 7:46:42 PM DesertDragon
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* In ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', as Dan and Darlene begin their walk down the aisle, Darlene briefly excuses herself to [[MorningSickness throw up]]. It ''is'' a ShotgunWedding, after all (luckily they were outdoors).

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* In ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', as Dan and ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'' at Darlene begin their and David's wedding, Dan begins to walk Darlene down the aisle, Darlene aisle when she briefly excuses herself to [[MorningSickness throw up]]. It ''is'' a ShotgunWedding, after all (luckily they were outdoors).
6th Sep '16 7:45:23 PM DesertDragon
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* In ''Series/Roseanne'', as Dan and Darlene begin their walk down the aisle, Darlene briefly excuses herself to [[MorningSickness throw up]]. It ''is'' a ShotgunWedding, after all (luckily they were outdoors).

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* In ''Series/Roseanne'', ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', as Dan and Darlene begin their walk down the aisle, Darlene briefly excuses herself to [[MorningSickness throw up]]. It ''is'' a ShotgunWedding, after all (luckily they were outdoors).
6th Sep '16 7:44:57 PM DesertDragon
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* In ''Series/Roseanne'', as Dan and Darlene begin their walk down the aisle, Darlene briefly excuses herself to [[MorningSickness throw up]]. It ''is'' a ShotgunWedding, after all (luckily they were outdoors).
-->'''Dan:''' (to the attendees) What? You've never seen a pregnant bride throw up before?!
6th Sep '16 7:35:50 PM DesertDragon
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In Western weddings, the bride's father walks her down the aisle to the altar where the vows are exchanged, a holdover from the days of ArrangedMarriage where the bride would be offered to the groom. Nowadays, it's a show of endearment towards the most important man in her life before the groom came into the picture, and Daddy is "giving away" his little girl. If her father is dead, unavailable, or [[DisappearedDad didn't fill that role in her life]], then her mother, [[BigBrotherInstinct brother]], [[CoolUncle uncle]], [[ParentalSubstitute close friend, or mentor figure]] are popular choices to stand in his place. It could also be her son if the bride is older.

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In Western weddings, the bride's father walks her down the aisle to the altar where the vows are exchanged, a holdover from the days of ArrangedMarriage where the bride he would be offered formally offer her to the groom. Nowadays, it's a show of endearment towards the most important man in her life before the groom came into the picture, and Daddy is "giving away" his little girl. If her father is dead, unavailable, or [[DisappearedDad didn't fill that role in her life]], then her mother, [[BigBrotherInstinct brother]], [[CoolUncle uncle]], [[ParentalSubstitute close friend, or mentor figure]] are popular choices to stand in his place. It could also be her son if the bride is older.
29th Jul '16 6:41:53 PM DesertDragon
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In Western weddings, the bride's father walks her down the aisle to the altar where the vows are exchanged, a holdover from the days of ArrangedMarriage where the bride would be offered to the groom. Nowadays, it's a symbol of endearment towards the most important man in her life before the groom came into the picture, and he "gives her away" to the groom. If her father is dead, unavailable, or [[DisappearedDad didn't fill that role in her life]], then her mother, [[BigBrotherInstinct brother]], [[CoolUncle uncle]], [[ParentalSubstitute close friend, or mentor figure]] are popular choices to stand in his place. It could also be her son if the bride is older.

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In Western weddings, the bride's father walks her down the aisle to the altar where the vows are exchanged, a holdover from the days of ArrangedMarriage where the bride would be offered to the groom. Nowadays, it's a symbol show of endearment towards the most important man in her life before the groom came into the picture, and he "gives her Daddy is "giving away" to the groom.his little girl. If her father is dead, unavailable, or [[DisappearedDad didn't fill that role in her life]], then her mother, [[BigBrotherInstinct brother]], [[CoolUncle uncle]], [[ParentalSubstitute close friend, or mentor figure]] are popular choices to stand in his place. It could also be her son if the bride is older.
12th Jul '16 9:06:18 AM dsneybuf
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[[quoteright:350:[[Film/FatherOfTheBride http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/father_of_the_bride.png]]]]

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* The entire plot of both the [[Film/FatherOfTheBride1950 1950]] and [[Film/FatherOfTheBride 1991]] versions of ''Father of the Bride'' are about exploring this trope. From the 1950 version:

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* The entire plot of both the [[Film/FatherOfTheBride1950 1950]] and [[Film/FatherOfTheBride [[Film/FatherOfTheBride1991 1991]] versions of ''Father of the Bride'' are about exploring this trope. From the 1950 version:
30th Jun '16 6:06:46 AM VicGeorge2011
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** Lwaxana Troi on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' wanted to hold her wedding aboard the Enterprise and asked her other crush, Captain Picard to give her away. Picard granted permission because, "Nothing would please me more than to ''give away'' Lwaxana Troi."

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** Lwaxana Troi on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' wanted to hold her wedding aboard the Enterprise and asked her other crush, Captain Picard Picard, to give her away. Picard granted permission because, "Nothing would please me more than to ''give away'' Lwaxana Troi."
29th Jun '16 5:21:03 AM VicGeorge2011
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** In the episode "Data's Day" from ''The Next Generation'', Data gives away Keiko at her wedding to Miles O'Brien.

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** In the episode "Data's Day" from ''The Next Generation'', Data gives away Keiko Ishikawa at her wedding to Miles O'Brien.
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