June asks her husband Steve if he slept well during his first night officially moved into his new home. Steve has spent the night here many times, but admits that it will take some time to adjust; but no matter where he is, he’ll feel at home with her beside him.
It’s the end of an era. Steve is leaving Oasis Springs and moving in with his new wife June in Newcrest. Andre gives Steve a hug and says that it won’t be the same around the house, but no matter where they live, they’ll always be best friends.
Steve and June share the first bite of their wedding cake together. Steve made the cake himself, and being a foodie with discerning tastebuds, it had to be excellent. June confirms that the cake is delicious – and she would know, being a foodie too.
The guests assemble to watch Steve and June exchanging rings. June admires her ring, which is a perfect fit. She’s decided to take Steve’s surname and become June Fogel, which already feels like a perfect fit too.
It’s Steve and June’s wedding day! The ceremony is taking place at the beautiful Von Haunt Estate in Windenburg, but for Steve the beauty of the bride eclipses the scenery.
Steve takes his fiancée June on a date to The Waterside Warble, eager to spend some quality time with her after his weekend away in Granite Falls. They sing a romantic duet together and enjoy being with each other.
Steve convinces his housemates to return to Granite Falls for their vacation. It will be a good opportunity for him to pick up some new herbalism supplies. As they sit around a campfire, Steve tells Babs and Andre a spooky tale.
After enjoying a delicious meal at Villa Bovine, the mood is just right. Steve Fogel pulls out a ring and asks girlfriend June Kay to marry him. Steve wants to spend the rest of his life with June and she gladly accepts the proposal.
Steve Fogel invites his friend Jayden Glover to hangout. Jayden seems to be in a flirty mood though, and has a suggestive conversation with Steve’s girlfriend June. Not cool! Although June wouldn’t seriously accept Jayden’s advances, Steve gets jealous.
Just outside Salim’s apartment, buskers often play on the street for tips. One evening Salim enjoys hearing Steve Fogel strumming some sublime tunes. Steve is very proficient on the guitar, and Salim decides to write a good review of the performance for his article in the San Myshuno Times.