Janet goes into premature labor near the end of the honeymoon and gives birth to a baby girl, while Steve maintains a vigil through the week as he worries about the safety of Janet and ... See full summary »

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Janet goes into premature labor near the end of the honeymoon and gives birth to a baby girl, while Steve maintains a vigil through the week as he worries about the safety of Janet and their newborn. Meanwhile, Dylan asks Kelly and Nat to volunteer in a feed the homeless Thanksgiving dinner at the community center. Kelly, seeking a way to get Jackie's mood in a boost, asks her to help out with the dinner, while little Erin continues to mope around about her parents separation. Donna learns of a past indiscretion by her father with Gina's mother, which brings out revelations that could threaten to tear Donna's family apart. Also, David becomes uncertain about where Gina stands with him over her breakup with Dylan. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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17 November 1999 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet": (Act II, Scene II): "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet". See more »

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Dylan McKay: And, since he loved my Mother and plucked chickens, it made him a Mother-loving-chicken-plucker! Now!
[singing while stuffing a turkey]
Dylan McKay: I've got you under my skin...
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What's in a Name (#10.10)
2 August 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This whole idea about Gina being Donna's sister is actually pretty cool and fun. I like also how they went with it. It is funny how in such shows when people try to describe such a situation they always say "oh those were 70's". Makes people really wish they lived in the 70's. Although to be honest I doubt those years were any wilder than our times. Guess it always goes in waves. Wonder if they will do more about the sister thing. I would like it.

Matt and David being all jealous. It is okay, one can survive that.

And of course Steve's daughter survives right for the ending of the episode for us to be all happy.


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