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One Wedding and a Funeral 

On the eve of Dylan and Toni's wedding, Marchette sends his thugs to kill Dylan to prevent it from happening. But gets thwarted by the gang's plans for the happy couple. Kelly and Donna ... See full summary »

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Kelly Taylor
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Steve Sanders
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David Silver
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Valerie Malone (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Nat Bussichio
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Clare Arnold
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Colin Robbins
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Susan Keats (as Emma Caulfield)
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On the eve of Dylan and Toni's wedding, Marchette sends his thugs to kill Dylan to prevent it from happening. But gets thwarted by the gang's plans for the happy couple. Kelly and Donna throw a bachelorette party for Toni at the beach apartment with male strippers, while Brandon organizes an uneventful bachelor party involving a card game at the Walsh house. The next day, Dylan and Toni finally get married. But afterwords, Marchette requests a meeting with Dylan after failing to dissuade Toni from her marital plans, and plans an ambush to take care of Dylan. Bruno learns about his boss' plans to murder Dylan and tries to warn him. But Bruno's warning comes too late when the plan backfires with Toni taking the bullets by mistake in a drive-by shooting. Meanwhile, Ray threatens Donna after she breaks up with him to attend the wedding with Joe Bradley... just as Ray's therapist had warned her. Written by matt-282

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Trivia

Luke Perry departs from the series in this episode. However, he would later return in Season 9. See more »

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when Toni comes out of the bedroom to greet Steve and Nat the day after the wedding, she is wearing a robe and slippers. In the next shot she is barefoot with no slippers in sight. See more »

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[after the wedding]
Brandon Walsh: [jokingly] Toni, seeing you marry Dylan has filled me with much happiness but also makes me question your mental health!
Antonia 'Toni' Marchette: Really?
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References Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) See more »

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One Wedding and a Funeral (#6.10)
24 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Well this was really an eventful episode. And I am glad that it looks like this whole story about Dylan and the murder of his father will be over now.

I must say I loved the bachelorette party. The girls sure know how to have more fun than the boys.

It is crazy that Bruno was warning Dylan out of the house, I think one should be way more careful at such a situation.

We got a nice reference to Brenda, Jim and Cindy. Makes us remember the good old days.

The killing was a pretty awesome scene. Although considering that she was supposed to be in the car anyways one would think that the hit men would first look at whom they are shooting at. But the atmosphere was great, with all the darkness and the rain.

The conversation of Dylan and Tony's dad had that ridiculous soap opera feeling that makes me very happy this story is done.

I am happy that little Trouble is alright. Was also cute how Dylan packed her on his motorcycle before leaving. Although I felt bad because I knew it must be scary for the kitty. So even though Dylan is not dead we at least will get some break from him. Good, don't bring him back unless there is a worthy story.


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