Synopsis: Nervous about finally getting married, a guy is forced to relive the same nerve-wracking hours over and over again until he gets things right on his wedding day.
96 min

Now, there's a lot of different ways

I can go with that,

but I'm just gonna stick to,

"They're yummy."

- Thank you.

- You're welcome.

Right now, I'm just happy you're here.

I had a really tough day.

Oh, what happened? Did your daddy

buy some mom-and-pop company

and has to fire everybody

so he ain't gonna make the wedding?

- You wish.

- I do!

No, I had to tell a six-year-old

that she has a tumor in her stomach

and needs surgery.

- Oh, babe, that's terrible.

- But she's gonna beat it for sure.

Yeah, she's gonna beat it. You know why?

'Cause she's got the best doctor

in New York City.

Oh, scratch that.

She's got the best doctor in the galaxy.

Assuming there are space doctors

out there on some undiscovered planet.

Stop it. Wait, how was school?

- It was good.

- Yeah?

Yeah, I didn't save nobody's life,

but Mellon offered me a full-time gig.

- Really?

- Yeah.

That's great, baby!

You are an amazing teacher.

Thank you.

What took us so long to do this?

Uh, probably because it took you

seven years to ask.


You know, a part of me

thought you'd never propose.


it's like my favorite Justin Bieber song.

- "Never Say Never."

- Oh, yeah.

Or my second favorite

Justin Bieber song...

- "Sorry."

- That was a good one.

(Rob chuckles)


- Would you look at the flowers!

- Yeah, it's nice.

Oh, look at that one. It's beautiful.

- Hey, my man!

- What's up?

- Excuse me for one second.

- Oh, hi.

- What's up, man?

- What's up, buddy?

Hey, real quick,

did you know your mother sang back up

for The Gap Band on the Humpin' Tour?

Yeah, I think

she missed my birthday that year.

- First of many.

- Robbie, baby! (chuckles)

- Hey, Mama.

- Listen.

I was just about to tell Benjamin

about the time I was singing

with Rick James in 1984.

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