Steve practices marriage proposals to Janet, who still wants no part in it but in planning to raise their unborn child. Meanwhile, Dylan asks Gina to move out of his hotel suite and into a ... See full summary »

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Steve practices marriage proposals to Janet, who still wants no part in it but in planning to raise their unborn child. Meanwhile, Dylan asks Gina to move out of his hotel suite and into a separate one because of her constant and lavish spending of his money, and him wanting space. Matt's announcement of his cautious view of marriage angers Kelly who believes in lifelong commitment while his belief in his failed marriage increased while he represents a woman who wants out of her 15-year marriage at all costs. Also, David makes a date, Robyn, part of his radio show by discussing their date and after-affects on-air. Noah's attitude towards Donna and everyone changes when while hosting a new band for the After Dark, he learns that the band leader's cousin was Wayne. Written by Anonymous

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Steve Sanders: Hey, check this out.
Dylan McKay: Ooh, nice!
David Silver: Wow.
Steve Sanders: You don't think it's too much?
Dylan McKay: No.
Noah Hunter: It's great, considering it's been in your trunk all week.
David Silver: Dude, what are you waiting for?
Steve Sanders: Well, she turned me down once. Part of me thinks I should just leave it at that.
Dylan McKay: Nah, no way. Look, show... show us your proposal.
Steve Sanders: I don't think so.
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A Fine Mess (#10.4)
30 July 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A positive episode in which all the relationships problems are being worked over.

Matt doesn't believe in relationships lasting and everything at this point is supporting his view. But towards the end of the episode he starts rethinking his negative attitudes. His client reconciles with her husband.

Besides that the best thing to the viewers is Janet and Steve reconciling. Hope they leave it like that now. What Steve said to Janet and his proposal were beautiful.

Dylan wants Gina to live in the hotel although not in the same room. Which is understandable, living in the same room takes all the privacy away.

And David keeps with his whining parade which would make him a current hero of today's bitter men rights activists. Yet ends up learning that being a jerk doesn't always help


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