"Eric, I never liked you. It's no secret, I never really saw much in you other than a skinny nerd with a car and a musty basement. And then one day, when I had nothing, you gave me everything. For the rest of my life, I will spend every single moment of my life trying to find a way to give you half of that."

"J, you're right, we never liked each other, and anyone who knew either of us knew it. You were the devil, just a loud cheerleader who somehow managed to weave her way into the fabric of the group. Thinking back, I guess I should thank Kelso because without him, I probably wouldn't be here."

"Yeah!" Kelso yelled excitedly as Jackie and Eric both gave him a disapproving look.

"In all of my life, I never thought that you would be the one that I wanted to spend my life with, but standing here right now, I can't imagine being with anyone else."

"With this ring, I thee wed," Jackie recited.

"With this ring, I thee wed," Eric repeated.

"By the powers vested in me, and by the state of Wisconsin, I know pronounce you husband and wife. Eric, you may kiss your bride."

Eric turned to his new wife and smiled. She laughed at the way his face lit up before he kissed her. Lost in the moment, he deepens the kiss before jokingly dipping her back in a cheesy Hollywood kiss.

"Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Foreman."

Running down the aisle, they head to back of the church. Picking her up by her slender waist, he captures her bottom lip in his and kisses her more deeply before. "See, no one took this away from us."

FIN