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Beheading St. Valentine 

As Valentine's Day approaches, Kelly continues to be uncomfortable around Matt after he tells her about his wife's past, who then moves into the Walsh house. Meanwhile, Steve's newest idea ... See full summary »

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As Valentine's Day approaches, Kelly continues to be uncomfortable around Matt after he tells her about his wife's past, who then moves into the Walsh house. Meanwhile, Steve's newest idea for his newspaper of bikini models leads to an alert about a potential health problem thinking he might have a malignant skin cancer. Gina begins to cause more friction between Donna and Noah when she tells Donna a concocted story about a drunken Noah making the moves on her from one particular night. Afterwards, a dejected Donna agrees to pose a David's girlfriend at a business function of his. Also, Gina worries that she can't keep the pace with Dylan after they begin a series of exotic trysts. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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10 February 1999 (USA)  »

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Donna Martin: You want me to pretend I'm your girlfriend?
David Silver: Yeah, emphasis on pretend.
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Beheading St. Valentine (#9.15)
17 July 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A Valentines Day episode. It doesn't seem too great when you don't love most of the couples on the show anymore.

The highlight was sure Donna and David and how it "clicks" between them. Now this is something I want back, thinking about their cute relationship that started all the way in the high school time.

I can't stand Dylan and Gina together still. That thing between them in the restaurant was supposed to be cute and romantic? Looked annoying to me.

Kelly and Matt breaking up was good. It would indeed not be fair to his wife who already has lost big part of her life. And him leaving her would actually be less romantic than sticking with his wife. Hope this was it between him and Kelly.


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