Bride & Prejudice
Love and Hate
In this special, two-hour premiere, we meet three star-crossed couples… an interfaith couple from Baltimore; a gay couple from Boston; and an interracial couple from Houston…who are madly in love and want desperately to get married…but their prejudiced family members do not approve of the unions. As the couples announce their wedding dates and Meet the In-Laws, emotions run high. Can love truly conquer all?
With only four weeks to their wedding dates, the Star-Crossed Couples push for family support. But Briana’s cousin Ashlyn refuses to be part of any interracial marriage. Eugene proposes the idea of Samantha converting to Judaism. While Chris and Lou must decide whether a kiss in the ceremony will be enough to drive Chris’ family away.
The Naked Truth
With only three weeks to the weddings, Eugene takes Samantha to his family’s old neighborhood to help her understand their point of view. Lou and Chris receive a $14,000 florist bill, which magnifies the lack of family support. And when her cousin raises the issue of Adam’s Father’s racist past, Briana is torn between her family and the man she loves.
With only two weeks to the weddings, Chris’s mom comes between Lou and Chris, and the boys split up. Briana pushes Adam and Ashlyn together…but chaos erupts. And Samantha considers converting, but brother Alex is still on the warpath.
With only days to the weddings: a difficult meeting between Samantha and a rabbi causes a rift between Eugene and his brother. And when several of Chris’ family members don’t show for the rehearsal, Lou calls off the wedding! Adam goes face-to-face with Ashlyn, leading Briana and Adam into a fight, which might destroy their relationship!
The Moment of Truth...
In this special 2-hour season finale, it’s wedding time! But family pressures have driven the couples apart. Chris tries to re-convince Lou to marry him. Briana and Adam call a pre-marital counselor to try to help them overcome their issues. While Samantha convinces Eugene to make one last ditch effort to change his brother’s mind. Will the weddings take place…will family prejudice tear the couples apart…or can love truly conquer all?
Couples who wish to get married encounter opposition from intolerant friends and family members.