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In this pivotal episode, both Mike (Kirk Cameron) and Julie (Julie McCullough) suffer pre-marital jitters--to say nothing of a mutual case of cold feet--on the eve of their wedding. In hopes of resolving his doubts, Mike seeks advice from literally everyone, including (via telephone) his former high school teacher Coach Lubbock (played by Bill Kirchenbauer, then currently portraying Lubbock on the Growing Pains spinoff Just the Ten of Us). The ending of this episode is both startling and bewildering: suffice to say that this marks the final regular appearance of Julie McCullough.