"Always a Bridesmaid, Never Alive" is the twelfth episode of season three of the US version of the supernatural drama series Being Human and the thirty-eighth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Stefan Pleszczynski and written by Lisa Randolph. It first aired on Syfy on Monday, April 1st, 2013 at 9:00 pm. In this episode, Aidan tries to take stock of this mutant strain of vampirism that has emerged and is concerned if Kenny Fisher will suffer a similar fate. Later, Aidan, Josh and Sally prepare for their final showdown with Donna Gilchrist - with unexpected consequences. Josh and Nora hold an extremely rushed wedding ceremony inside of the brownstone. Their plans for a honeymoon are spoiled however by the sudden appearance of Liam McLean.
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