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Ode to Joy 

In the two-hour series finale, David and Donna announce their engagement in which all of their friends rush to give them the perfect wedding with Donna's mother, Felice, and Kelly's mother,... See full summary »

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In the two-hour series finale, David and Donna announce their engagement in which all of their friends rush to give them the perfect wedding with Donna's mother, Felice, and Kelly's mother, Jackie, taking over the arrangements and Nat catering for the ceremony and agreeing to escort Donna down the church aisle. Meanwhile, Steve asks Janet to help him form their own publishing company so they both can have time for baby Maddie. Noah returns to Ellen and tells her that he has decided to give their relationship a second chance. At Donna's pre-wedding party, Kelly, Janet, Felice and Jackie are in attendance as well as friends from their past who include West Beverly High principal Mrs. Yvonne Teasley, as well as Andrea Zuckerman and even Valerie Malone. At David's bachelor party, Steve, Noah, Dylan, Nat, and David's father Mel attend the gathering as well as Steve's stepbrother Ryan and former KEG fraternity brother Munz, except for Brandon Walsh who sends his regards to everyone via ... Written by Anonymous

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The only cast members from Season One to not appear in the final episode are Shannen Doherty (it is explained that Brenda couldn't make it due to prior engagements in London), Douglas Emerson (retired from acting after Season Two), Carol Potter and James Eckhouse. See more »

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[David's wedding vows]
David Silver: When was it we fell in love? When were eighteen? Sixteen? Maybe ten? I don't know, 'cause the truth is, I can't picture a time when I wasn't in love with you. I always knew you were the one who could look into my eyes and see my soul. I don't question your commitment to us. And I know there's nothing we can't work through. And I accept you as my partner and as my best friend above others. It's a miracle to find the kind of peace and happiness that you've given me. And in ...
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Ode to Joy (#10.27)
6 August 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The finale slightly disappointed me.

For one thing I hated how they ended Janet and Steve story. So the weak woman couldn't make the big tough job and compromised a big opportunity to work with her husband and the kid playing around. Guess they couldn't let poor Steve be the stay at home dad after all.

Was happy to see Andrea and Valerie again but was disappointed that Brandon only made a video message. Wonder what happened there. couldn't he come? Come on, it was the finale!.

The wedding was pretty good but there was something missing. Guess the whole dating that I was talking about in the past episode. So 2 episodes ago they are not even together and now there is a wedding? Was kind of off even though the wedding was beautiful.

And Matt gave Kelly his blessings. Well it is better for him this way.


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