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One Wedding And A Funeral is the 10th episode of Season 6 of Beverly Hills, 90210.

SynopsisEdit

Ray threatens Donna, just as his therapist has warned. Dylan and Toni plan a new life in Hawaii, despite Marchette's objections. The gang "kidnaps" the two to bachelorette and bachelor parties respectively. Marchette requests a meeting with Dylan after the ceremony - to which he never shall arrive. However the hired hitman hits the wrong person... One of their own says good-bye to Beverly Hills.

StarringEdit

Jason Priestley as Brandon Walsh[1]
Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor
Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders
Luke Perry as Dylan McKay[1][2]
Brian Austin Green as David Silver
Tori Spelling as Donna Martin
Tiffani Thiessen as Valerie Malone
Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
Jamie Walters as Ray Pruit
Kathleen Robertson as Clare Arnold

Special Guest Stars

Jason Wiles as Colin Robbins
SPECIAL APPEARANCE BY
Stanley Kamel as Tony Marchette

Recurring cast

Rebecca Gayheart as Antonia Marchette[3]
Emma Caulfield as Susan Keats
Cameron Bancroft as Joe Bradley
Cliff Weissman as Bruno

Co-Starring

David St. James as Hitman #1
Leslie A. Jones as Ronnie
Christopher Durmick as Hitman #2
Michael Bofshever as Wedding Minister
David Combs as Funeral Minister

Letters Edit

Dear Dylan,
We couldn't be more proud if our own son was getting married
We can't wait to meet your new bride
Have a wonderful life together
Love,
Jim and Cindy

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Dear Dylan
She must be something to get a ring on your finger
I guess this settles the Brenda/Kelly issue once and for all
Sorry I can't be there for your big day
but I want you to know,
even with an ocean between us,
I will always love you
Brenda

Quotes Edit

Well... I appreciate you telling her for me, Brandon. I don't think I could've done it
—Dylan about Brenda

Trivia Edit

  • Antonia dies, and Dylan leaves town
  • Brenda sends Dylan a letter from London, congratulating him on his wedding, after Dylan asked Brandon to tell her, as Dylan wouldn't be able to himself

PRODUCTION NOTES

  • The producers originally chose "Somebody's Crying" by Chris Isaak for the moment where Dylan breaks down, but couldn't get it cleared[4]

Music Edit

nobody knows me | LYLE LOVETT
dylan finds Trouble

Photos Edit

Media Edit

Today in TV History: The Bride Wore Blood Red on ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ (DECIDER • November 2016)

Notes and references Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Last episode on the series to feature Brandon and Dylan together
  2. Dylan reappears in Season 9
  3. Last appearance of Antonia Marchette
  4. Beverly Hills 90210 Show Episode 1 'Celebrating The Music of Beverly Hills 90210' (May 2020)
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