Marrying Mr. Darcy

Synopsis: Elizabeth, a down to earth school teacher and Donovan, a reserved NewYork businessman, are very different. Which means their engagement and wedding is nothing if unpredictable.
Genre: Romance
Director(s): Steven R. Monroe
Production: Marrying Darcy Films Inc.
 
IMDB:
6.0
TV-G
Year:
2018
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Hey!

And how's our favorite

customer?

Oh, you say that to everyone.

But with you I meant it.

We've got fresh madeleines.

Yum.

Ah-ah-ah, your money's

no good here.

Amy got an A in history class

thanks to your help

so free treats all month.

Thank you.

By the way, how's the job

search going?

Well, I'm waiting to hear

about a teaching job.

Until then I'm tutoring

and staying at my mother's

friend Gabrielle's house.

Oh, she's a nice lady.

Mmmhmm.

Oh, and I'm training her dog,

Rose, too.

How's your handsome boyfriend?

He's still the most handsome

gentleman in New York.

[message alert]

It's Mr. Wonderful.

Donovan wants to meet

in the park

for a picnic with the pups.

Mmmhmm.

I will see you tomorrow.

Thank you.

Love.

Come here.

[laughs]

Mr. Darcy?

Miss Scott.

I wish we could stay

like this forever.

Well, we'd get rained on.

Mmm.

If it's with you I don't care.

[whimper]

Well?

Open it.

It's a new collar for Bliss.

Bliss, look. It's pink.

Wow!

Love changes people.

Loving you has changed me.

You make me feel alive.

Like everything before you

was in black and white

and now I can see color

for the first time.

I want to share

my life with you.

Elizabeth Scott,

will you marry me?

Is- is that a yes?

Yes.

Yes, yes, yes!

Yes!

May I?

Yes.

Do you see that,

Bliss and Jax?

I love it.

I love you.

[barking]

[pouring rain]

Come on!

[laughing]

Good thing you live across

the street!

Ahh!

Come on!

Oh, Bliss, awe, I'm sorry.

[whimpers]

Oh, I have to call my mom!

[phone ringing]

Oh honey, I am so happy for you!

Me too!

Congratulations, Lizzy!

You knew?

Of course we do.

Donovan called us this morning

to ask my permission.

Is he there?

Let- let's see him.

She said yes.

Yaaa!

[squealing]

Congratulations!

I'm just so thrilled.

I've been waiting so long

to plan this with you two.

In fact...

Surprise!

I have ideas.

It's gonna be so fun.

I'll come out to D.C.

this weekend

and we can get started.

Oh, and I can't wait

to see the new shop.

I love you, mom.

Love you, Jenna.

Bye!

Love you, bye!

Love you!

I am so happy

that you said yes.

Did you ever really doubt it?

Are you kidding me?

I never know what

you're gonna say.

It's one of the things

that I love about you.

[gasps]

You said yes!

I told you.

It was so obvious you'd say yes.

But my big brother was a wreck

worrying about it.

Was not.

A total wreck.

[giggles]

It's wonderful.

Your mother just called.

I'm so happy for you both.

That is the fastest call

on record.

Well, of course

she called me.

I'm her best friend,

after all.

And you're basically a niece

and now you're a nephew.

Congratulations.

So, have you picked

a date?

Not yet.

Probably sometime in the fall.

We met in the fall.

Mmmhmm.

So that'll be nice.

Yeah.

Seven or eight months is not a

lot of time but you can do it.

We'll have plenty of time,

and we're gonna have exactly

the wedding that we want.

(Elizabeth):
This is a great

revision on your essay.

(Zara):
Thanks to your help.

Hi, Jax, hi. Hi.

Hi.

Hey.

We're just going over Zara's

history paper.

You know, Amelia Earhart

used to be one of my heroes.

What made you think of her?

Aunt Violet took me to the air

and space museum last summer.

What did Aunt Violet do?

You wouldn't talk to me

about it.

Well, someone was spreading lies

about me and she believed them.

She was just protecting

your brother.

She was trying to embarrass

Elizabeth and break us up.

Well, now everybody knows

the truth

and it's time for us

to move on.

You're sure?

I think a wedding is the perfect

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