History YMMV / BrideWars

17th Oct '15 11:41:25 PM coralina33
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--> '''From the trailer''': "Of course every wedding has a story, but the one I'm thinking about isn't about a bride and a groom. It's about a bride and a ''bride''.
28th Nov '14 4:20:10 PM MagBas
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* UnfortunateImplications: Women will thoughtlessly throw away lifelong friendships if they get in the way of the perfect wedding and will only come to their senses if their behavior leads to disaster or extreme embarrassment.
2nd Sep '14 11:49:54 AM Piston1994
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Fletcher. He's the only sane man in this universe and calls out Emma and Liv on their obnoxious behavior. However we are supposed to dislike him because he has the nerve to tell Emma what she is doing is wrong. Unlike Liv's fiancé, old what's-his-face, who just smiles and agrees with everything she does.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Fletcher. He's the only sane man in this universe and calls out Emma and Liv on their obnoxious behavior. However we are supposed to dislike him because he has the nerve to tell Emma what she is doing is wrong. Unlike Liv's fiancé, old what's-his-face, Daniel, who just smiles and agrees with everything she does.
27th Mar '14 11:40:40 PM ElegantVamp
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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Fletcher. He's the only sane man in this universe and calls out Emma and Liv on their obnoxious behavior. However we are supposed to dislike him because he has the nerve to tell Emma what she is doing is wrong. Unlike Liv's fiance old whats-his-face who just smiles and agrees with everything she does.

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* UnintentionallySympathetic: Fletcher. He's the only sane man in this universe and calls out Emma and Liv on their obnoxious behavior. However we are supposed to dislike him because he has the nerve to tell Emma what she is doing is wrong. Unlike Liv's fiance fiancé, old whats-his-face what's-his-face, who just smiles and agrees with everything she does.
16th Jan '14 9:21:38 AM Eegah
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* IdiotPlot: Wouldn't getting married at the same time be a ''good'' thing in the whole fairy tale narrative these two want for their weddings? Plus, one of them being a lawyer should mean this company would be getting the crap sued out of it.

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* IdiotPlot: Wouldn't getting married at the same time be a ''good'' thing in the whole fairy tale narrative these two want for their weddings? Plus, one of them being a lawyer should mean this company would be getting the crap sued out of it.it for the accidental double booking.
16th Jan '14 9:21:23 AM Eegah
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* IdiotPlot: Wouldn't getting married at the same time be a ''good'' thing in the whole fairy tale narrative these two want for their weddings?

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* IdiotPlot: Wouldn't getting married at the same time be a ''good'' thing in the whole fairy tale narrative these two want for their weddings?weddings? Plus, one of them being a lawyer should mean this company would be getting the crap sued out of it.
16th Jan '14 9:20:51 AM Eegah
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* IdiotPlot: Wouldn't getting married at the same time be a ''good'' thing in the whole fairy tale narrative these two want for their weddings?
13th Nov '13 11:19:49 PM helterskelter
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* IdiotPlot: All of the conflict could have been avoided if the two leads just agreed to do a double wedding to begin with. After all, wouldn't that be a ''good'' thing if they're trying to do something out of a fairy tale?



* MoralEventHorizon: A mild example. The two women do such terrible things to one another on a vitally important day that it's difficult for either of them to maintain the audience's sympathy.
13th Sep '13 10:44:28 AM Eegah
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* IdiotPlot: All of the conflict could have been avoided if the two leads just agreed to do a double wedding to begin with.

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* IdiotPlot: All of the conflict could have been avoided if the two leads just agreed to do a double wedding to begin with. After all, wouldn't that be a ''good'' thing if they're trying to do something out of a fairy tale?
10th Aug '13 6:33:25 AM PerfumePreppy
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* IdiotPlot: All of the conflict could have been avoided if they just agreed to do a double wedding to begin with.

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* IdiotPlot: All of the conflict could have been avoided if they the two leads just agreed to do a double wedding to begin with.
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