“…pledged their trough, each to the other,” continues the minister, “and have declared the same by giving and receiving a ring, and by joining hands, I pronounce that they are man and wife. God bless you both.”
Wilma kisses Homer as Al and Millie, and Wilma’s parents look on.
Meanwhile, at left of screen, Peggy and Fred look at each other from across the room. Homer and Wilma’s parents, as well as Al and Millie close in around the newlyweds. Hugs and kisses are passed to the couple.
Fred and Peggy continue to stare across the room at each other, not paying attention to the crowd. Fred walks toward Peggy. They embrace and kiss each other.
In close-up, Fred looks at Peggy. “You know what it’ll be, don’t you, Peggy?” asks Fred. “It may take us years to get anywhere. We’ll have no money…”
Peggy smile widens.
“No decent place to live,” continues Fred. “We’ll have to work, get kicked around…”