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29th Oct '17 4:05:36 AM jormis29
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** ''The Lonely Guy'': Steve Martin's character gives a long and impassioned spiel about why his one true love shouldn't get married, only to find out that it's the wrong chapel ''and'' he's too late to stop the right wedding. However, for what it's worth, his speech does convince the other bride not to go through with it.
* In ''The Guru'', not one but two men interrupt Sharonna and Rusty's wedding: Ramu has come for the bride, and Randy has come for the groom.

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** ''The Lonely Guy'': ''Film/TheLonelyGuy'': Steve Martin's character gives a long and impassioned spiel about why his one true love shouldn't get married, only to find out that it's the wrong chapel ''and'' he's too late to stop the right wedding. However, for what it's worth, his speech does convince the other bride not to go through with it.
* In ''The Guru'', ''Film/TheGuru'', not one but two men interrupt Sharonna and Rusty's wedding: Ramu has come for the bride, and Randy has come for the groom.
8th Oct '17 1:25:19 PM nombretomado
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* {{Jessie}}: Creepy Connie says this line when she pretends to marry herself and Luke using a hand puppet as a minister. Jessie Ravi and Mackenzie object to this in an attempt to save Luke...only to have their mouths taped shut by Connie afterwards.
**Later subverted again during Jessie and Brooks' wedding. When Tony (who is the one performing the ceremony) asks this question, Mrs Chesterfield tries to raise her hand only to be restrained by Bertram.
* {{The Suite Life on Deck}}, Zack uses this trope to save Maddie from her nightmarish wedding to an 8 year-old prince by challeging the latter to a duel.
**And before that, Maddie tried to object as well only for the minister to say ''besides you'' when he asks this question.

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* {{Jessie}}: ''Series/{{Jessie}}'':
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Creepy Connie says this line when she pretends to marry herself and Luke using a hand puppet as a minister. Jessie Ravi and Mackenzie object to this in an attempt to save Luke...only to have their mouths taped shut by Connie afterwards.
**Later subverted again ** Subverted during Jessie and Brooks' wedding. When Tony (who is the one performing the ceremony) asks this question, Mrs Chesterfield tries to raise her hand only to be restrained by Bertram.
* {{The Suite Life on Deck}}, ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOnDeck'':
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Zack uses this trope to save Maddie from her nightmarish wedding to an 8 year-old prince by challeging the latter to a duel.
**And before that, ** Maddie tried to object as well only for the minister to say ''besides you'' when he asks this question.
8th Oct '17 8:22:35 AM mimitchi33
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* The wedding episode of ''WesternAnimation/NinaNeedsToGo'' uses this phrase to set up an IncrediblyLamePun. After the person says it, Nina yells "I can't! I need to go!".
7th Oct '17 9:37:26 PM Micah
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* On ''Series/TheGoodPlace'', Janet asks this question during her wedding to Jason, which she is also officiating. Eleanor and Tahani, who are the only two guests, both object on the grounds that the entire idea is absurd. Janet overrules them.
3rd Oct '17 1:25:44 PM nighttrainfm
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* Spoofed in ''Film/TurboAPowerRangersMovie''. Divatox wants to marry the demon Maligore, and tells anyone who objects to ''SHUDDUP'' before she even busts him out of his prison. ''She'' starts having second thoughts once she gets a good look at him.

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* Spoofed in ''Film/TurboAPowerRangersMovie''.''[[Series/PowerRangersTurbo Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie]]''. Divatox wants to marry the demon Maligore, and tells anyone who objects to ''SHUDDUP'' before she even busts him out of his prison. ''She'' starts having second thoughts once she gets a good look at him.
21st Sep '17 5:34:05 AM Meneth
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-->'''Earl McGraw:''' It would appear someone objected to this union and wasn't able to hold their peace.

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-->'''Earl McGraw:''' [=McGraw=]:''' It would appear someone objected to this union and wasn't able to hold their peace.
21st Sep '17 5:32:26 AM Meneth
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* In ''Film/KillBill'', when surveying the Massacre at Two Pines:
-->'''Earl McGraw:''' It would appear someone objected to this union and wasn't able to hold their peace.
14th Sep '17 12:50:29 AM PaulA
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* In the second DreamSequence in ''LadyInTheDark'', SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace is the cue for the chorus to object to the mentally afflicted Liza's marrying Kendall Nesbitt, over her protests of "I do! I do!":

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* In the second DreamSequence in ''LadyInTheDark'', SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace ''Theatre/LadyInTheDark'', this is the cue for the chorus to object to the mentally afflicted Liza's marrying Kendall Nesbitt, over her protests of "I do! I do!":
11th Sep '17 9:05:29 AM nighttrainfm
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* In the first episode of Radio/OldHarrysGame season three, the late Professor's widow is about to marry someone who may actually be a criminal. When the Professor asks Satan to stop the wedding without bringing that up, he takes the form of an ordinary woman and reveals the officiating vicar is a wannabe Satanist (one of a group he'd chastised [[BrickJoke at the start of the episode]]).

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* In the first episode of Radio/OldHarrysGame ''Radio/OldHarrysGame'' season three, the late Professor's widow is about to marry someone who may actually be a criminal. When the Professor asks Satan to stop the wedding without bringing that up, he takes the form of an ordinary woman and reveals the officiating vicar is a wannabe Satanist (one of a group he'd chastised [[BrickJoke at the start of the episode]]).
11th Sep '17 9:05:07 AM nighttrainfm
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* In the first episode of Radio/OldHarrysGame season three, the late Professor's widow is about to marry someone who may actually be a criminal. When the Professor asks Satan to stop the wedding without bringing that up, he takes the form of an ordinary woman and reveals the officiating vicar is a wannabe Satanist (one of a group he'd chastised [[BrickJoke at the start of the episode]]).
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