Beverly Hills 90210

The Loo-Ouch

Season 10, Ep 5, Aired 10/20/99
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  • Episode Description
  • Steve and Janet announce the pregnancy and engagement to her parents, who respond by calling Janet a disgrace. Steve's father tries to convince the couple to put off marriage for a while. Janet collapses and has to be taken to the hospital. She is diagnosed with a panic attack and told to avoid unnecessary stress. Mr. and Mrs. Sosna ask Janet to leave Steve and move back into their house. At the couple's engagement party, Steve lies to Janet's parents about the identity of his mom's lover, Karen. He asks his father to play along, unaware that Rush is apparently the only person in Los Angeles who didn't know that Samantha is gay. Steve and Janet stand up to their families. Although they would appreciate some support, they will not tolerate any further efforts to break them up. Matt and Noah each offer to move out so that Steve can move Janet and the baby into the house. Matt asks Kelly to get an apartment with him, but she nixes this idea. Donna decides that she and Noah will live together. Gina and Noah secretly start an after-hours strip club at the Peach Pit After Dark. Dylan helps a hotel maid and her prankster sons. David asks Robyn for a chance to prove that he is not the obnoxious jerk he portrays on the radio.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jennie Garth

    Kelly Marlene Taylor

  • Brian Austin Green

    David Silver

  • Ian Ziering

    Steve Sanders

  • Lindsay Price

    Janet Sosna Sanders

  • Daniel Cosgrove

    Matt Durning

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (1)

    • Music: Moment of Weakness by Bif Naked

    Trivia (1)

    • Kelly says she is 25 in this episode, but in 1997, she said she was 22. So, that would make her 24.

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