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Perfect Couples: Perfect Proposal

Vance and Amy return from their engagement trip to Paris, but Dave is unsure they're making the right decision. Meanwhile, Rex tries to convince Dave to buy a new car. Amy makes outrageous demands of her maid of honor Julia and Leigh takes the reins as wedding planner.

Source: NBC

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x3
Airdate: Thursday January 27th, 2011



The scene opens with Dave and Julia three years ago and he puts a ring around Max’s neck. Julia gets him and Vance comes in with champagne and says congrats. Dave tells that he hasn’t asked her yet and pushes him out. He steps in Max’s poop and asks Julia to marry him. One year ago with Rex and Leigh and Rex gets down on one knee and quotes Shakespeare. Leigh says yes. Flashback to just last week and Amy tells that Vance doesn’t have the guts to propose to her and they make fun of each other’s mothers. Vance takes the ring that he got her and drops it in her dress and asks if she will be his. Dave and Julia kiss, Leigh changes out Rex’s grandmother’s ring for her own that she bought and Amy puts it on her pinkie finger and tells Vance to suck it. ..

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CreatorJon Pollack
Executive ProducerScott Silveri  |  Jon Pollack
Co-Executive ProducerTad Quill  |  David Walpert  |  Joe Port  |  Barbie Feldman Adler
ProducerMarc Solakian  |  Hideki Isano
Associate ProducerTim Micsko  |  Jonathan C. Brody
Production DesignerWendell Johnson
EditorPeter Beyt
CastingSusie Farris
Unit Production ManagerJack Philbrick
Second Assistant DirectorWalter Parry Jr.
MusicMateo Messina
Property MasterJode S. Mann
Director of PhotographyPatricia Lee (1)
Art DirectorAmy Winslow
Executive Story EditorLiz Cackowski
Animation DirectorHiroshi Kanazawa
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