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Baby, You Can Drive My Car 

Dylan gets hurt in a gay-bashing incident when he and a gay community center worker, named Andrew, are assaulted by a group of men after which Andrew wants to keep the incident a secret. ... See full summary »

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Steve Sanders
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Noah Hunter
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Gina Kincaid
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Janet Sosna-Sanders
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Matt Durning
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Nat Bussichio
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Dylan McKay
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Andrew Emery
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Tyson
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Dylan gets hurt in a gay-bashing incident when he and a gay community center worker, named Andrew, are assaulted by a group of men after which Andrew wants to keep the incident a secret. Meanwhile, Kelly blames Noah for Jackie and Mel's separation over the gentlemen's club after word (from Gina) spreads about it. Janet and Steve corral the gang into a scavenger hunt to lead them to the place for their wedding. Also, Gina feels slighted by Dylan which prompts her to turn to David for comfort. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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10 November 1999 (USA)  »

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The episode title is the second to be named after a song by the Beatles, following "She Came In Through the Bathroom Window" (Season 3, Episode 26). See more »

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David Silver: [arriving at Janet and Steve's wedding altar] Please tell me this is the end of the road.
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Baby, You Can Drive My Car (#10.8)
1 August 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A fun wedding episode. Janet maybe imagined not being pregnant at her wedding day and yet that scavenger hunt actually made her wedding so much more fun than most would be. I really liked how they all got there and the start of the ceremony.

I didn't like Gina first but with time her character got better and seeing her care about that dog made me like her so much more. Doubt she should end up with David but sure with somebody better than that douche Dylan.

The story about the gay guy and how him and Dylan are attacked by a homophobe was pretty good. I only don't get why would the attackers think they are gay?


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