On their 25th anniversary, Pat Dwyer and Stephen Mosher decided to finally tie the knot. Their friends were thrilled, but there was a snag-Pat and Stephen are both men, and the federal government will not legally recognize their marriage. So the happy couple decided to do the next best thing: get hitched in all of the states that would give them the certificate. Their wedding tour (the last wedding happened in July 2011) became an eight-month, eight-ceremony celebration, part-protest and part-savvy legal move, with a pinch of TLC-worthy wedding chaos thrown in. Pat and Stephen didn't just show up at courthouses and sign their names. They stood on a covered bridge in New Hampshire in December. They broke glasses under a chuppah in Iowa. They exchanged vows on the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. Pat and Stephen, who screened their documentary, Married and Counting, at the Creative Alliance back in November, just before Maryland made gay marriage legal, will be back on April 18 for another screening, followed by another wedding ceremony, at the Patterson. We talked to the couple recently about recording their lives and their upcoming wedding(s).