Beverly Hills 90210

Season 6 Episode 10

One Wedding and a Funeral

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Nov 08, 1995 on FOX



  • Trivia

    • Goof: After receiving Bruno's call, when Brandon arrives at Dylan's house, he tells him that Bruno told him not to let him (Dylan) go downtown to Marchette's. Bruno never said any such thing on the phone. All he told Brandon was that he couldn't reach Dylan and that the old man had put a hit out on him. At that point Brandon said he'd get there as soon as he could and dropped the phone.

    • Donna caught Toni's bouquet. She was in fact the next female of the main cast to get married, seeing as Kelly and Brandon's wedding was a bust, and Janet wasn't part of the original cast.

  • Quotes

    • Brandon: Ok, as best man it is my duty to give the bride and groom the first toast so.. here we go. Dylan, we've been through a lot in the last 5 years and I think that this is by far the smartest thing I've ever seen you do. And Toni seeing you marry Dylan has uh filled me with much happiness, but it has also made me question your mental health.

  • Notes

    • Music:
      Wedding March (played by orchestra)
      Nobody Knows Me by Lyle Lovett

    • The night of Luke Perry's return to the series FX aired this episode and the first appearance of Luke on the show. ("The Green Room" being the first, and "One Wedding and a Funeral" being the last.)

    • This marks the last appearance of Luke Perry untill 1998 when he returned to the show in episode "You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello" and for the rest of the series.

    • When Luke Perry left the show, he became the first 90210 cast member to actually quit the show.

    • Toni's wedding vows:

      You don't have to run anymore, Dylan. I'm gonna be with you for the rest of your life. I love you with all my heart and soul.

    • Dylan's wedding vows:

      All my life people have told me I was running away from something. I always felt I was running to something. I just didn't know what that was until now. I love you. I always will.

    • Luke Perry left the show after this episode.

  • Allusions

    • "Four Weddings and a Funeral" is a 1994 film written by Richard Curtis starring Hugh Grant and Andie McDowell.