Starred: Marla Sokoloff, Josh Cooke, Wendie Malick, Kurt Fuller
Despite the fact that the best sitcoms feature the most basic premises, every TV season a new one comes along with a gimmicky, desperate-for-attention concept that inevitably collapses on itself while failing to establish memorable characters around it. In 2006, that series was Big Day, comedy's would-be answer to 24.
The series revolved around the impending nuptials of the two leads, with every episode taking place on the same day as the couples face numerous obstacles leading up to the big event. There's really no way this series was going to make it past 13 episodes, but it didn't help that the wedding shenanigans had all the hilarity of a Hallmark original movie.