The 190th Time is the Charm

I get that they were maybe going for “my hair is still wet,” but this whole getup is so… who in the hell has time to go out shopping dressed like a video vixen from 1987 on the morning of her wedding?!

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The same person who has time to swing by Claire’s and pick up a foot of mismatched clip-on weave, I guess.

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Aside from that faux-follicular atrocity, this is actually a pretty decent Sami Brady wedding look. She looks great in the dress — which isn’t a wedding dress so much as something that 85% of the women who attended the Daytime Emmys should have worn instead of the terrible things they selected — and her hair would be great if not for that squirrel’s tail stapled to the end of it. Then again, maybe I’m just so traumatized from the time she tried to get married in cornrows that I’ll take anything.


If ever there was a bride who deserved to be punched in the face, it’s the bride who selected that hairdo.

I guess you have time to do so much futzing around and evil plotting on your wedding day when you’ve forced someone to plan the whole thing and so few people want to attend that all you have to do is drag the chairs from the dining room into the backyard:

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I mean, this is pathetic. But I love how Lucas kind of invited himself and gave her that kiss and how Johnny walked her down the aisle and how she set EJ up for Rafe to take down… and now I can’t wait to get home and watch Wednesday’s episode.

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4 Comments on “The 190th Time is the Charm”

  1. Dylan Says:

    Well, at least she wasn’t wearing leather?

  2. Andie Says:

    Alie convinced Lucas to go to the wedding the morning of. Lucas was reluctant but, he didn’t want to say “no” to his daughter. Plus he is friends with Sami after all they been through.

  3. Andie Says:

    In Sami’s wedding to Austin, this was her first trip to the altar and she was evidently going for a princess look, which I rank #2 out of all of her wedding ensembles. This was the ’90s and fashion styles were very eclectic and inspired from a combo of other eras and cultures (especially asian). Partial or full cornrows on all hair types were very trendy during that time. IMO Sami looked the most gorgeous and classy when she married Lucas. Sami’s purple (or was it grey) form fitting evening gown in her sparsely populated wedding to EJ my #3 sans the Christmas decorations and mismatched horses tail in her hair.

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