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Brandon Walsh (Character)
from "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990)

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Beverly Hills, 90210: :  -- Focuses on the pleasures and problems of a group of rich children who go to West Beverly High School.

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Brother of Brenda Walsh; Son of Jim Walsh and Cindy Walsh; Grandson of Georgette Walsh... See more »

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  1. "Beverly Hills, 90210"
    ... aka "Class of Beverly Hills" - USA (teaser title)
        - Ode to Joy (2000) TV episode, Played by Jason Priestley
        - Brandon Leaves (1998) TV episode, Played by Jason Priestley
        - Don't Ask, Don't Tell (1998) TV episode, Played by Jason Priestley
        - Dealer's Choice (1998) TV episode, Played by Jason Priestley
        - Budget Cuts (1998) TV episode, Played by Jason Priestley
          (240 more)

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From "Beverly Hills, 90210: Duke's Bad Boy (#3.23)" (1993)
[after Brandon confides in Steve about owing $1,500 to a mobster bookie]
Steve Sanders: Brandon, why didn't you tell me a little bit about this sooner? Maybe I could have helped you.
Brandon Walsh: I didn't want anyone to know. It's my business.
Steve Sanders: You can always go to your Dad and ask him to bail you out.
Brandon Walsh: No, no, I can't tell my Dad. I've been lying to him for too long by telling him that I'm just betting chump change. It's not his problem, and I can't drag him into it. He ever finds out that I've squandered all my money and then some on sports and that I've been lying to him about it, he'll never trust me again.
Steve Sanders: Well, which is worse? Telling your Dad about the trouble you're in, or telling Duke that you can't pay him?
Brandon Walsh: I don't know. I really don't know. I'm out of control, man... I don't know what I would have done to that kid out there if you hadn't shown up.
Steve Sanders: How could you even expect Jeff to come up with than kind of money?
Brandon Walsh: I don't know! I got an angry bookie after me for $1,500 of losses, and... Nat's right... I'm totally out of control. I'm hooked. All I can think of is grabbing the nearest phone and trying to decide which bookie to call to place a bet. Wait... maybe you can go to your Mom. Tell her some sob story to get the money.
Steve Sanders: No, I don't think so. She put the breaks on that kind of thing a long time ago. She gives me a check at the beginning of the month for a grand and I have to make it last. And, it's all gone right now except for $300.
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