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Christine Pettit (Character)
from "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990)

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  1. "E! True Hollywood Story"
        - Beverly Hills 90210 (2001) TV episode, Played by Valerie Wildman
  2. "Beverly Hills, 90210"
    ... aka "Class of Beverly Hills" - USA (teaser title)
        - Ever Heard the One About the Exploding Father? (2000) TV episode, Played by Valerie Wildman
        - Eddie Waitkus (2000) TV episode, Played by Valerie Wildman
        - P.S. I Love You: Part 2 (1995) TV episode, Played by Valerie Wildman
        - Christmas Comes This Time Each Year (1994) TV episode, Played by Valerie Wildman
        - The Child Is Father to the Man (1993) TV episode, Played by Valerie Wildman
          (3 more)

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From "Beverly Hills, 90210: The Child Is Father to the Man (#3.22)" (1993)
Mel Borman: Hello, Dylan. My name is Mel Borman and I'm with the FBI.
Dylan McKay: Well, why are we meeting here?
Mel Borman: We're not. In fact, this meeting never took place. You will not tell anyone about this and we will deny that this conversation ever happened.
Dylan McKay: Look, you're wasting your time. My father never talked about his business or any of the people he did business with, so I cannot help you.
Christine Pettit: [enters] We know that, Dylan. We only want to let you in on the truth about your father.
Dylan McKay: Oh, they drag you down here too, Christine?
Christine Pettit: Not exactly. I... work with these guys.
Dylan McKay: I don't understand. I don't understand any of this.
Mel Borman: When your father agreed to cooperate with us, he had only one condition. That is if anything was to happen to him, we were to let you know that he was working with the good guys. He wanted to protect you from what he was really doing.
Dylan McKay: I get it now. That explains everything. His early parole. His nervous behavior. His reason for dissolving my trust fund. He was working undercover with you. He was going to lure some big-shot mobster to the boat, and you guys were going to arrest him in a sing operation. Is that correct?
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