1. Aussie, 20, and Jason, 19, have been dating for a little over a year, but they are serious enough to know that they are ready to tie the knot. However, Aussie's dad Mark isn't convinced that this is the best idea. In fact, he downright refuses to......  Read Full Episode Summary »


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  1. Aussie and Jason have a wild ride to the alter as they struggle with disapproving parents and the breakup of Jason's band.

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  2. Find out how Aussie and Jason have been handling married life and catch some all new footage from the wedding preparations.

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About Episode

  1. Aussie, 20, and Jason, 19, have been dating for a little over a year, but they are serious enough to know that they are ready to tie the knot. However, Aussie's dad Mark isn't convinced that this is the best idea. In fact, he downright refuses to give them his blessing, claiming that the couple is too young to wed. Unfortunately for him, Aussie defies her father's protests and the wedding plans carry on.

    Despite their differing tastes in music, Aussie and Jason have tried to find a happy medium that combines both their likings to create the perfect first dance. They rehearse their dance with Aussie's friend Merissa, but Jason seems reluctant to put in any effort since he doesn't like its traditional style.

    After dance practice, Jason goes to finish getting his new tattoo on his back. He vents to the tattoo artist about his dislike for Aussie's dad, but he's determined not to his beef ruin their special day.

    Back at their apartment, the lovebirds prepare a meal for Aussie's dad and step-mom to try and work out their differences. Aussie confronts her dad about his issues, and Jason stands by her side and defends his fiancé. Jason and Mark fight back and forth, and the discussion reaches the point where Mark isn't even sure if he's invited to the wedding anymore. The dinner ends abruptly as Mark and his wife leave, while Jason consoles Aussie as she cries about the situation.

    Later, Aussie manages to have some fun when her friends pick her up in a limo for her bridal shower, where she receives various gives including some sexy lingerie and a Karma-Sutra handbook.

    Meanwhile, Jason and his friends hold a band practice for their band, Malicious Slaughter, in his mom's basement. After they run through a few songs, the guys play a round of pool and Jason's friends test his limits to see if the band matters more than his relationship with his wife-to-be. Jason doesn't fall for their trap, claiming he'd put Aussie above his music any day.

    As a surprise for Jason, Aussie goes to get her hair cut and colored to match the colors of the wedding -- red, white, and black. Her fears are put to rest when Jason seems excited about her new haircut, saying that he "loves everything about her". This sincere comment then opens up a can of worms as Jason says that if there was one thing he could change about Aussie, it'd be her taste in music. The two bicker about how Jason doesn't care enough about Aussie's kind of music, but luckily the disagreement doesn't blow into a full-scale fight.

    At his work, some of the other guys torture Jason about how he's too young to get married. They tape his legs together and pin him against the wall so they can scribble "I'm 2 Young" on his stomach, but Jason remains unnerved.

    During Aussie's bachelorette party, Jason rains on her parade when he calls to say that his friends have been lame and he's left wandering the streets by himself instead of enjoying his own bachelor party. As it turns out, Jason's friends copped out on throwing him the party, and instead they confront him about how much he's changed because of Aussie. One of his friends goes so far as to quit the band, signaling the end of Malicious Slaughter. Naturally, Jason is upset about this, but finds solace in Aussie, whom he credits for making him a better person.

    At the rehearsal dinner, everything seems to be coming together - Jason's friends agree to still be groomsmen, and Aussie's dad finally admits he's proud of her and the two make up.

    On the morning of the wedding, Jason hands his band members/friends recordings of their last show as an attempt to make things better between them. During the ceremony, Aussie and Jason express their undying love for each other, and the wedding goes off perfectly. After the ceremony, Aussie and Jason share their first dance as a couple, which combines both of their musical interests.

    One week after the wedding, Jason gives Aussie a wedding gift, which leaves us all wondering what could possibly be inside that white envelope.

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