Which TV kids grew up and married these characters?

They grow up so fast.

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Nothing pulls in viewers like a wedding episode. Sitcoms and dramas have been marrying folks for ratings for decades.

Sometimes, these unions are the ultimate sign that the kids have all grown up. Which is why TV weddings are so common in finales and reunions.

We've gathered the significant others of some memorable television children. See if you can match these brides and grooms to the correct characters!

  1. Who married Joanie Cunningham?
  2. He eventually married Lori Beth Allen.
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  3. He would go on to marry Zelda Gilroy, eventually.
  4. He would get hitched to Alice Harper in "Forever."
  5. She married the singing aviator Steve Elliott.
  6. Who married Cindy Brunson?
  7. He would grow up and marry Mary Ellen Rogers.
  8. Who married Sally Ann Morrison?
  9. Which 'Facts of Life' girl got hitched to Rick Bonner?
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  10. Finally, who tried to elope with Nick Moore in the two-part episode "Mrs. Wrong"?
    Image: The Everett Collection

Which TV kids grew up and married these characters?

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EllisClevenger 20 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Win or lose, you deserve a piece of cake.
Missed #4
DJS3 26 months ago
Many were outright guesses.

Number 2 choice: Opie Taylor. I see what did there, MeTV! Nice try!
FatOlBroad 26 months ago
10/10. Damn!
Win or lose, you deserve a piece of cake.
randalllong100 26 months ago
Alice Harper was one of Andy Taylors old flames in the episode where he and Helen and Howard and Alice go to her parents old cabin for the weekend
JewelsChuck 26 months ago
9/10 I got #4 wrong...pretty good!
pattysdaughter 26 months ago
9 out of 10 missed jo vs Blair. Did not know Wally married Mary Ellen Rodgers. My heart sank there for a moment . I think I must have had a crush on him in the day. Did some one mention cake?
Vee 26 months ago
10/10 - that was a surprise
jtimlick 26 months ago
8/10 includes 2 guesses which I got wrong. Lol
MrBill 26 months ago
8/10; missed #4 and #9 - I never knew Little Joe got married on the series since I seldom watched and I do not remember Jo marrying on the Facts of Life.
radar 26 months ago
9 it of 10 correct. 4 were lucky guesses
JERRY6 26 months ago
5 of 10 not bad since i never watched half those shows
MikefromJersey 26 months ago
9 out out of 10. I was sure they would have included the Felix/Gloria wedding on The Odd
Couple as it represented the beginning and the end of the series, Felix being thrown out
by his wife in episode one and then their eventual reunion on the last episode.
Wiseguy MikefromJersey 26 months ago
Felix wasn't thrown out in the first episode. Oscar and Felix were already living together. As on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "All in the Family," several later episodes depicted events from the past as flashbacks, one of which was how Felix and Gloria broke up. (Others included how Oscar and Felix met (both as children and again as adults, Oscar and Blanche's wedding, Felix' daughter's birth, Gloria working as a Playboy bunny, Felix proposing to Gloria, Oscar's and Felix' fathers meeting and how Oscar and Blanche split up). Both Odd Couple and M*A*S*H should have started off with a set-up of the situation but perhaps it was too soon after the movies which already did that (both series premiered two years after the movie).
HopeDuchaine Wiseguy 26 months ago
In the Beginning Felix was thrown out. It showed him knocking on Oscar's door.
HopeDuchaine Wiseguy 26 months ago
I don't know what you're talking about. This is gibberish.
BuddyHinton Wiseguy 26 months ago
The opening credits make it a point to show Felix knocking on Oscars apartment door to move in with him. The flashbacks are nice details but unnecessary since the audience already knows they moved in together. That opening counts as the set up to the first episode.
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