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Beverly Hills, 90210: Isn't It Romantic?

Brenda comes home to find Dylan in the shower, she catches him in only a towel. As they decide to go out on a date, Jim worries about a possible relationship forming between the two. Meanwhile, Dylan decides to take an AIDS test after the gang attends an AIDS seminar at school.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x10
Production Number: 2190009
Airdate: Thursday January 03rd, 1991

Director: Nancy Malone
Writer: Charles Rosin

Alternate Airdates:

United Kingdom Nov 30, 1991

Guest Stars
Kathy MolterKathy Molter
As Stacy Sloan
Raymond SingerRaymond Singer
As Mr. Kravitz
Terence FordTerence Ford
As Jack McKay

Co-Guest Stars
Jaclyn GradingerJaclyn Gradinger
As Blonde Woman
Main Cast
Jason PriestleyJason Priestley
As Brandon Walsh
Shannen DohertyShannen Doherty
As Brenda Walsh
James EckhouseJames Eckhouse
As Jim Walsh
Carol PotterCarol Potter
As Cindy Walsh
Jennie GarthJennie Garth
As Kelly Taylor
Ian ZieringIan Ziering
As Steve Sanders
Brian Austin GreenBrian Austin Green
As David Silver
Tori SpellingTori Spelling
As Donna Martin
Gabrielle CarterisGabrielle Carteris
As Andrea Zuckerman
Luke PerryLuke Perry
As Dylan McKay
Douglas EmersonDouglas Emerson
As Scott Scanlon
Episode Notes
Guest star Terence Ford is the first of three actors to play Dylan's father, Jack McKay.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Betty BooDoing the Do 
Candy Dulfer and Dave StewartLily Was Here 
Patrick SwayzeShe's Like The Wind 

Episode Quotes
Kelly: You had a date and he asked you out again. That's dating. That's plural.
Brenda: Oh, so what's next, do I get pinned or something?
Kelly: Yeah, preferably to the mattress.

Dylan: (to Brenda) I don't want to make you feel terrible anymore.

Kelly: Dear, clinical is what time shall I schedule the procedure.

Kelly: Basic rule number one: never rely on the guy.

Brenda: Those nice boys may be mild-mannered on the outside, but mostly all they think about is sex.

Cultural References
Episode Title: Isn't It Romantic?

The episode title comes from the 1945 film of the same name.

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