Synopsis[edit | edit source]
While Kelly and Brandon prepare to head to the altar in the season finale, friends have their own personal jitters starting with Valerie, who stubbornly resists David's urging to take an AIDS test after she confesses her risky one-night stand with a heroin user. Meanwhile, Donna is disappointed to learn that Noah disdains the institution of marriage for himself. But later her spirits are lifted -- and her life literally saved -- by the wedding's caterer. And Steve frets that the passion he shares with Sarah will be undone after she attends a counseling session with her estranged husband.
Starring[edit | edit source]
- Jason Priestley as Brandon Walsh
- Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor
- Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders
- Brian Austin Green as David Silver
- Tori Spelling as Donna Martin
- Tiffani Thiessen as Valerie Malone
- Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
- Vincent Young as Noah Hunter
Special Guest Stars
- Ann Gillespie as Jackie Taylor
- John Reilly as Bill Taylor
- Matthew Laurance as Mel Silver
- Brandi Andres as Sarah Edmunds
- Neil Roberts as Jacob Wallenfels
- James Karen as Minister
- Ryan Brown as Morton Muntz
- Julie Parrish as Joan Diamond
- Patricia Delany as Nurse
- Mercedes Kastner as Erin Silver
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- 〉Kelly – How much doubt is too much?
- Jackie – Only you can answer that〈
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Just before the wedding that didn't happen, Jackie gives Kelly a locket that was given to Jackie's mother by Jackie's father. It has the inscription "Thoughts That Lie Too Deep For Tears," which Jackie identifies as a line being authored by William Wordsworth, one of the leading Romantic poets who lived from 1770-1850. This line actually reads,
Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears
- It is the last line from Wordsworth's poem "Ode: Intimations of Immortality From Recollections of Early Childhood"
- Val mentions the saying, "Live fast, die young, and leave a good-looking corpse." Though she says that this is something Jim Morrison said, it is actually attributed to '50s movie star James Dean, who died tragically in a car accident and most famously starred in Rebel Without a Cause.
- Michael Bondies performs "Every Time I Close My Eyes" by Babyface