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"Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
Year: 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Class of Beverly Hills

4 October 1990
The Walsh Family moves to Beverly Hills, where the twins, Brenda and Brandon, meet new friends during their first week at West Beverly High School; Brandon falls for the most popular girl in the school while Brenda pretends to be a college student to romance a young lawyer.

Jason Priestley ... Brandon Walsh

Shannen Doherty ... Brenda Walsh

Jennie Garth ... Kelly Taylor

Ian Ziering ... Steve Sanders

Gabrielle Carteris ... Andrea Zuckerman

Brian Austin Green ... David Silver
Douglas Emerson ... Scott Scanlon
Carol Potter ... Cindy Walsh

Tori Spelling ... Donna Martin

James Eckhouse ... Jim Walsh

Leslie Bega ... Marianne Moore
Richard Cummings Jr. ... Jack Clayton

Josh Mostel ... Mr. Ridley
Bel Hernandez ... Ms. Montes De La Roca (as Bel Sandre)

Maxwell Caulfield ... Jason Croft
Clint Allen ... Ron
Pamela Galloway ... Jackie Taylor

Deon Sams ... Flash
Penny Holland ... Secretary
Joann Henrich ... Overweight Girl (as Jo Ann Heinrich)
Kevin O'Sullivan ... Lunch Boy

Lisa Ann Cabasa ... Lunch Girl

Louie Sabatasso ... Jock
Dulcic Hunt ... Cathy (as Dulcie Hunt)
Jocelyn Peden ... Michelle

Glenn Quinn ... Party Jock #1
Randy Matick ... Party Jock #2
Jason Luckett ... Kid

Djimon Hounsou ... Nightclub Doorman (as Djimon)
Kim Lentz ... Waitress
Ernesto Hernández ... Flower Delivery Man (as Ernesto Hernandez)

Brian Evans ... Track Kid #1
Darrin Dotson ... Track Kid #2

John Asher ... Guy in Hall
Maria Christina Vitulli ... Mrs. Dubois
Brian Straub ... Waiter
Alex Baik ... Student (uncredited)
Ken Balina ... Student (uncredited)
Robert M. Bouffard ... Football Player (uncredited)
Troy Flynn ... Guy in Pool Hall with Brandon (uncredited)
Blair Tefkin ... Ron's Dinner Date (uncredited)

Lyman Ward ... Jim Walsh (scenes deleted) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: The Green Room

11 October 1990
Brandon meets and befriends surfer Dylan McKay, a mysterious loner who lives in a fancy hotel suite and hangs out at the beach with his surfer friends that include teenage alcoholic Betty. Meanwhile, Brenda feels she's living in poverty when she gets to know Kelly, and her insecure friend Donna Martin. Steve tries to hang out with David after mistakenly thinking that David's father is a wealthy TV show producer. Also, Andrea asks Brandon to write an article about being new in Beverly Hills.

Season 1, Episode 2: Every Dream Has Its Price (Tag)

18 October 1990
Brenda shops with Kelly and Tiffany and wishes she had their kind of money. But Tiffany is a shoplifter and, when she stashes her stolen clothes with Brenda, the police get involved, forcing Brenda to clear her name.

Season 1, Episode 3: The First Time

25 October 1990
Brandon finds mixed blessings when Sheryl, his former girlfriend from Minnesota, comes for a visit, and who falls victim to the fast nightlife of the city. Meanwhile, Brenda develops a crush on her math teacher which affects her even more when she's asked to baby-sit for his two wild children for the evening in which Brenda asks Kelly and Donna to tag along with her.

Season 1, Episode 4: One on One

1 November 1990
Brenda botches her third try to get her drivers license, but she goes out anyway to rescue Kelly from a bad date, and in the process, loses Brandon's car. Meanwhile, Brandon decides to try out for the school's basketball team where he suspects that some students are brought into the school from out of district for the sole purpose of winning games and he asks Andrea to look into it.

Season 1, Episode 5: Higher Education

15 November 1990
Close to failing history, Brandon (at Steve's persuasion) resorts to cheating from a copied term paper, which leads him to debate honesty vs. an unfair teacher, as well as his friendship with Andrea when she catches him cheating. Meanwhile, Brenda and Kelly both have the hots for Dylan, so Brenda tries dying her hair after he states his preference for blonds. But she comes out with ugly orange streaks.

Season 1, Episode 6: Perfect Mom

22 November 1990
Brenda becomes fascinated by Kelly's hip mother Jackie. But Brenda is unaware about Mrs. Taylor's alcoholism and drug use which makes life hard for Kelly. It's not until at a West Beverly High Mother/Daughter beauty pageant that Brenda finds the truth which gives her a renewed appreciation for her own mother. Andrea blossoms at the pageant while writing an article about it. Also, Jim becomes hooked on playing his new electronic keyboard in singing old songs.

Season 1, Episode 7: The 17 Year Itch

29 November 1990
While Jim and Cindy celebrate their 17th wedding anniversary, Cindy finds herself attracted to photographer Glen, her old college boyfriend and matchmaker, which resurrects old jealousies from Jim. Meanwhile, Brenda and Brandon participate in a study on twins in America. Also, David is determined to become the new DJ on West Beverly High's radio station and after the dim-witted Scott blows his spot, Donna overplays her part, and Steve gets stage fright.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Gentle Art of Listening

6 December 1990
Brenda finds herself in a crisis when she gets to know an unseen student date-rape victim from Andrea's volunteer help line. Meanwhile, Brandon gets tempted by an older woman, named Nina, who specializes in health massage solutions.

Season 1, Episode 9: Isn't It Romantic?

3 January 1991
When Brenda finds herself falling in love with Dylan, it results in Brandon's wariness and Jim strongly opposed to it due to Dylan's lifestyle and his father who gets indicted for corporate financial fraud. Meanwhile, Steve meets a girl who will be speaking at an AIDS seminar at school which leads everyone into discussing condoms.

Season 1, Episode 10: B.Y.O.B.

10 January 1991
Cindy and Jim get an interesting proposition from an eccentric, swinging couple while spending a weekend together in Palm Springs. With their parents away, the twins throw a party in their house and Brandon falls victim to the West Beverly High party scene when he ends up drinking a few too many tequila's, gets into a car accident, and is arrested for drunk driving.

Season 1, Episode 11: One Man and a Baby

24 January 1991
Brandon learns some pitfalls of parenthood when he starts dating Melissa, a senior girl who has a six-month-old baby. Meanwhile, Brenda and Kelly win free skydiving lessons on a radio call-in show. After a few days of skydiving practice, they decide to set aside their fears of falling and take the plunge, literally.

Season 1, Episode 12: Slumber Party

31 January 1991
Brenda throws a slumber party and invites Kelly, Donna and Andrea over for the night. But the evening turns sour when Kelly's bad girlfriend, Amanda Pacer, crashes the party and plays a game which brings out secrets that threaten the friendships between all of them. Meanwhile, Brandon and Steve go out together for a night of cruising and club hopping in which they end up getting duped by two girls that steal Steve's car.

Season 1, Episode 13: East Side Story

14 February 1991
The Walshes allow a young Latino girl named Karla Montez, (their maid Anna's niece) to use their address so she can attend West Beverly High School. Brandon becomes intrigued with Karla, but he suspects that she's hiding something due to her wariness and a strange man following her around. Later, when Jim arranges a party for one of his clients, Brandon causes a scene when he finds Karla at the party serving drinks and thinks she's being used as cheap labor.

Season 1, Episode 14: A Fling in Palm Springs

21 February 1991
During Presidents' Weekend, the gang goes to Palm Springs, where Dylan and Brenda plan to meet at a hotel for some time alone. But Brenda forgets the name of the hotel where she's supposed to meet Dylan. Meanwhile, David, wanting to fit in with the gang, ditches Scott and their trip to Magic Mountain to take Steve, Kelly and Donna to his grandparents' house, which is supposed to be empty. And Brandon stays home to help Nat at the Peach Pit, and discovers a secret that an apparently sarcastic boy named Curtis has been hiding.

Season 1, Episode 15: Fame Is Where You Find It

28 February 1991
A right look at the right time and in the right place in a local park gets Brandon a role on a TV series and he gets to work with the teenage lead actress Lydia Leeds, while becoming an instant celebrity at school. But Brandon learns that Lydia may only be using him to get back at her own boyfriend and co-star on the show. Meanwhile, Brenda becomes another celebrity when she plays the role of singing waitress Laverne while covering for Brandon at his job at the Peach Pit.

Season 1, Episode 16: Stand (Up) and Deliver

7 March 1991
Brenda, tired to being treated like a teen, moves out on her own into a single apartment owned by a hippie stand-up comedienne. Meanwhile, Brandon runs for junior class president against his local competition, Michael, in which Brandon he is faced with two running tactics offered by Kelly and Andrea.

Season 1, Episode 17: It's Only a Test

28 March 1991
Brenda is filled with horror when she discovers a lump in her breast, which calls for a biopsy. Meanwhile, the upcoming SATs put extra pressure on everyone, especially Andrea and Steve during a study night together when an intimate moment happens between them.

Season 1, Episode 18: April Is the Cruelest Month

11 April 1991
As Brandon interviews Roger, the school's tennis star, he discovers that Roger's golden-boy appearance hides deeper demons. When the gang gets their SAT scores back, Donna becomes deflated by her low SAT score, which reveals her learning disability.

Season 1, Episode 19: Spring Training

25 April 1991
Brandon gets more than he bargained for when he and Steve volunteer to coach a Little League baseball team made up of spoiled little kids with smart mouths who are playing Peach Pit owner Nat's misfit team. Meanwhile, Jim (recovering from a back injury) howls at Brenda's request to keep a stray dog.

Season 1, Episode 20: Spring Dance

2 May 1991
Everyone scrambles to get dates for the big annual spring dance. Kelly asks Brandon to the dance, offending Steve who has nobody while Andrea ponders whether or not to go to the dance. At the dance, Brenda and Dylan become more intimate and end up sleeping together for the first time, and David shows off his cool dancing. Also, Steve reveals to Brandon that it is his birthday but does not feel cheerful at all because his mother recently told him that he is adopted.

Season 1, Episode 21: Home Again

9 May 1991
The Walshes excitement over Jim's promotion is short lived when he reveals that it means moving back to Minnesota. Steve gets upset with Brandon over him leaving as well as other problems. Meanwhile, Andrea offers herself to Brandon as a goodbye present, while Brenda faces the thought of moving away from Dylan.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Beach Blanket Brandon

11 July 1991
With school out for the summer, Brandon decides to leave the Peach Pit and go to work for as a cabana boy at the posh Beverly Hills Beach Club which is run by the tough-mined Henry Thomas. But he must sometime tell Nat that he's leaving. Meanwhile, Brenda and Dylan face breaking up after her pregnancy scare, especially when Jim and Cindy get angry at Brenda after he's forced to tell them her prom night tryst with Dylan.

Season 2, Episode 2: The Party Fish

18 July 1991
While Brandon gets close to a fellow cabana girl at the beach club, named Sandy, a member takes Brandon under his wing with his hard-to-refuse offer which causes problems at home. Jim and Cindy discuss joining the beach club for the enjoyment. Meanwhile, Brenda finds an outlet to her emotions when she, Donna, Andrea and David being taking drama classes in summer school taught by Chris Sutier.

Season 2, Episode 3: Summer Storm

25 July 1991
Cindy's mothering instincts upset both Jim and Brenda after she brings an injured Dylan to recuperate at their house after he has a accident while surfing in dangerous conditions, while Dylan's father is arrested for income tax evasion. Kelly gets involved with a shy volleyball player named Kyle who is reluctant to make a move on her. Meanwhile, David and Donna are reluctantly paired for a Romeo and Juliet scene as a class project.

Season 2, Episode 4: Anaconda

1 August 1991
Steve invites Brandon, David and a few of their friends over at the beach club for an after-hours poker game and they all find themselves in trouble when their game is followed by a burglary of stereo equipment and a cash-poor Dylan becomes a suspect for he has lost his hotel suite and his money as well. Meanwhile, Brenda gets burned for sun worshiping with Donna.

Season 2, Episode 5: Play It Again, David

8 August 1991
Acting as a "big brother" to a 10-year-old boy, Brandon is asked to keep a secret that needs telling about his single mother's physical abuse. Meanwhile, Kelly fears a familial connection to David when his father, Mel, and her mother, Jackie, begin dating. So, Kelly becomes determined to keep them apart. Also, Brenda can't keep the absent Dylan from her thoughts while he is in Hawaii visiting his mother.

Season 2, Episode 6: Pass, Not Pass

15 August 1991
With the summer drawing to a close, Andrea and Brenda compete for the attentions of their drama teacher, Chris, who chooses the former over the latter, which puts a strain on their friendship. Meanwhile, Brandon finally buys his dream car, but finds "the fruit of his summer labor" sour when the car breaks down, gets impounded, and Jim gets angry at Brandon for the careless handling of the car's purchase. Brandon also goes to visit Nat at the Peach Pit to ask for his old job back as the place is under construction for a building expansion.

Season 2, Episode 7: Camping Trip

29 August 1991
Brandon, Brenda, Dylan, Kelly, Steve, Donna, Andrea and David take an end-of-the-summer camping trip to Yosemite National Park. But in a comedy of errors, they end up stranded for the night in a rundown cabin during a rainstorm and exchange some facts of life with a newlywed couple from the cabin next door. The next day, disaster narrowly avoids Brandon during a hiking trip in the hills with Dylan who is revealed to have fallen off the sobriety wagon.

Season 2, Episode 8: Wildfire

12 September 1991
At the opening day of the new school year, Brenda becomes peeved when Dylan starts spending time with the new transfer student Emily Valentine, while she and Brandon also have eyes for each other. Meanwhile, David is reunited with Scott after he returns from his summer vacation in Oklahoma and finds that his friendship with David isn't as close as it used to be.

Season 2, Episode 9: Ashes to Ashes

19 September 1991
Brandon befriends a black family, the Robinsons, which stirs up Beverly Hills when they move in near the Walshes. The siblings include Ronny, a freshman photographer who volunteers to work at the Blaze, and his older sister whose ghetto boyfriend is roughed up by a racist security patrol. Meanwhile, Jim and Cindy try out a new "state of the art" house alarm system which is more of a nuisance than a help.

Jason Priestley ... Brandon Walsh

Shannen Doherty ... Brenda Walsh

Jennie Garth ... Kelly Taylor

Ian Ziering ... Steve Sanders

Gabrielle Carteris ... Andrea Zuckerman

Luke Perry ... Dylan McKay

Brian Austin Green ... David Silver

Tori Spelling ... Donna Martin
Carol Potter ... Cindy Walsh

James Eckhouse ... Jim Walsh

Richard Roundtree ... Robinson Ashe Jr.

Eugene Byrd ... Robinson 'Ronny' Ashe III

Vivica A. Fox ... Sherice Ashe

Tina Lifford ... Felicity Ashe

Billy 'Sly' Williams ... Devo Damars
Ray Girardin ... West Beverly Security Force Head

Susan Brown ... Mrs. Cooper

Richard Epcar ... Officer #1
Ricardo T. López ... Officer #2 (as Ricardo López)

George Alvarez ... Ramon

Season 2, Episode 10: Necessity Is a Mother

26 September 1991
Dylan's long-estranged, beatnik, zen-freak mother Iris, whom he can't stand, comes for a visit from Hawaii, apparently to stay, which causes him to return to drinking which soon lands him in trouble at a local billiards club after hustling some pool sharks. Brandon tries to help Dylan deal with the situation, but Dylan is too blinded by his ego and pride to accept. Of the rest of the Walshes, only Cindy finds Iris McKay fascinating and free-spirited, while Brenda and Jim find Iris just plain weird. Meanwhile, Steve and Donna decide to play the stock market. But Kelly disapproves and accuses Donna of wasting her money.

Season 2, Episode 11: Leading from the Heart

10 October 1991
Brandon and Brenda's handicapped cousin, Bobby, visits the Walshes and a mutual attraction between him and Kelly is complicated more by others assumptions than by Bobby's wheelchair. Meanwhile, David tries asking Donna out on a date. Brenda finally gets her driver's license on the third try, but is hesitant to drive Brandon's car. Also, Emily joins the school newspaper just to be near Brandon.

Season 2, Episode 12: Down and Out of District in Beverly Hills

17 October 1991
After Brandon inadvertently tips the school to Andrea's non-district residency after her success in a new article competition, she must move into her grandmother's apartment to prove she lives within district to avoid expulsion from West Beverly. But Andrea's problems only get worse when her grandmother tells her that she will not lie if questioned about Andrea's residence. Meanwhile, no one can convince Steve that his new girlfriend, Christine, is a gold-digger out to get his money.

Season 2, Episode 13: Halloween

31 October 1991
The gang attends a Halloween costume party at an old brownstone mansion with Steve playing Zorro, Donna dressed as a mermaid in which the costume limits her mobility, and Brenda and Dylan going as Bonnie and Clyde. But the party is highlighted by Kelly's very revealing bewitching costume, but low-lighted when one student makes an unwanted advance on her. Meanwhile, David skips out on the party to meet with Scott where they reminisce about the "good old days" while waiting for an egg fight with some neighborhood kids that never materializes. Also, Brandon and Emily take her twin niece and nephew out trick-or-treating where a real scare begins when they lose the twins.

Season 2, Episode 14: The Next Fifty Years

7 November 1991
On Scott's 16th birthday, his mother gives Donna and David the responsibility of rounding up people for his birthday party to save it from being a social disaster. But later, Scott finds a gun in his father's office and while showing it off to David, he accidentally shoots himself. David is then filled with conflicting emotions for days after and ends up telling Brandon, and the school, about regretting the way he treated Scott this year. Also, Andrea becomes openly jealous at Brandon for dating Emily who takes up Brandon's time and hers.

Season 2, Episode 15: U4EA

14 November 1991
Emily leads the gang to an underground nightclub where she attempts to show Brandon the ultimate pleasure with drugs after she puts a hallucinogen in his drink, with disastrous emotional and financial consequences for him when they are forced to flee from a police raid only to leave Brandon's car behind which gets stripped and ripped apart. Meanwhile, Kelly and Donna worry about David who gets drunk at the rave, while Steve and Andrea get lost in the inner city looking for the rest of the gang and driving to the wrong place each time.

Season 2, Episode 16: My Desperate Valentine

21 November 1991
Emily refuses to accept the fact that Brandon no longer wants to see her. She slashes her own tires and pretends that her parents are out of town so that Brandon will invite her to stay over. She sneaks into his bedroom and tries to seduce him. After he makes it clear that he is not interested, she begins to stalk and harass him by making crank phone calls. Andrea also discovers that Emily is the person who has been sending menacing letters to the school paper. Eventually, Emily shows up at Brandon's house and douses the gang's homecoming float with gasoline. Brenda and Dylan find her sitting on the float with a lighter, but Brenda is able to calm her down. Emily agrees to seek help. Meanwhile, Brenda and Dylan attend cultural events because she fears they spend too much time making out.

Season 2, Episode 17: Chuckie's Back

12 December 1991
Steve is bothered by the appearance of his old nemesis Chuck Wilson, the former child actor who stared in the TV series Hartley House with his stepmother, Samantha, who is asked to appear in a reunion TV show. After Steve gets suspended from school for getting into a fistfight with the snobbish Chuck who insults Steve's mother and is revealed to know about his adoption, Steve begins to question who is his real mother. Meanwhile, Donna finally agrees to go to the annual winter dance with David, regardless of the teasing she gets of dating a sophomore.

Season 2, Episode 18: A Walsh Family Christmas

19 December 1991
Steve arrives in Albuquerque, New Mexico and tracks down his grandfather, Al Brown, a diner owner. Al explains that his daughter gave up Steve because she was very young and wanted him to have a good home. He sadly reveals that Karen Brown died in a car accident many years ago. Steve leaves flowers at her grave, and convinces an eccentric Santa-like charter pilot to fly him home for Christmas. Back in California, Cindy is depressed about her first Christmas in Beverly Hills. She invites the kids' friends and their families for Christmas Eve dinner, but everyone has other plans. Brandon visits Emily in a psychiatric hospital, where she is doing very well. Meanwhile, Brenda begins work at an upscale clothing store. A mysterious old man steals a Santa Claus suit from Nat at the Peach Pit, and later shows up at the boutique store where Brenda works. She feels bad when her brass boss throws out the cheerful old man. After work, Brenda stops the police from harassing the old derelict wearing the Santa suite and invites him over for dinner, much to the wariness of Jim and Cindy. Also, Dylan goes to see his father in prison, and talks with the same Santa. Elsewhere, Kelly's mother, Jackie, is furious when David's father, Mel, backs out of Christmas Eve plans because his estranged wife asked him to come over with David. Samantha, Kelly, Jackie, Andrea, David, Mel, Donna, Dylan, and Steve all show up at the Walsh house for dinner and caroling. The old man in the Santa suite gives everyone presents and describes his lonely life: his children are grown and his wife died a year earlier. He thanks Brenda for her kindness and generosity, then mysteriously disappears as footsteps are heard on the roof.

Season 2, Episode 19: Fire and Ice

9 January 1992
Brandon learns a lesson in dedication to a task and hard work when he falls for Tricia, a young ice skater with Olympic goals, whom he pleasantly distracts from her skating practice. Meanwhile, Brenda must deal with a back-stabbing boss at her boutique job in which Cindy offers Brenda a chance to get back at her.

Season 2, Episode 20: A Competitive Edge

23 January 1992
Brandon goes undercover for the Blaze to try and expose steroid use within the school's track team, and finds that Steve is involved after teammate Kyle tips Brandon about it. Brandon is then caught in a dilemma of how to expose the drug use without hurting Steve along with everyone else. Meanwhile, Brenda gets into a minor car accident with a con artist woman who's out for money.

Season 2, Episode 21: Everybody's Talking 'Bout It

6 February 1992
Andrea fights with the school board to lead a campaign to have condoms distributed at West Beverly. But not all of the gang and their parents are happy about it since Donna's uptight, influential, and fiercely conservative mother, Felice, is opposed to any sex education in schools and has the PTA rally around her for her own self-serving support. Meanwhile, Brenda writes a term paper about her experiences with her pregnancy scare, which upsets Dylan who feels his privacy should be kept private. Also, David wants to plan a special evening with Donna.

Season 2, Episode 22: Baby Makes Five

13 February 1992
When Kelly's mother Jackie, divulges the secret that she's pregnant, misunderstandings and grapevine talk between Kelly, David and Donna threaten to end the relationship between her and David's father Mel. Meanwhile, Nat takes Brandon, Steve and Andrea to the racetrack to bet on some horses due to Andrea's "power" to see the winner, and Dylan plans a special Valentine's Day for Brenda, of donating blood.

Season 2, Episode 23: Cardio-Funk

27 February 1992
Brenda is tempted to cheat on Dylan when she falls for a college guy, named Tim, in her exercise class, while a the same time, Dylan is tempted by his old friend Sarah whom he meets at an AA meeting, and whose problem is worsening for she is driven to the bottle by her abusive, equally alcoholic boyfriend. Meanwhile, Jim and Nat hope to boost business for the Peach Pit with Karaoke, which is short-lived by all but Jim.

Season 2, Episode 24: The Pit and the Pendulum

19 March 1992
Brandon becomes involved with an a new student, named Marcie St. Claire, whose father, Dixon St. Claire, is Jim's new client and has plans for tearing down the Peach Pit to build a new shopping mall. Brandon then begins a major battle with his father and Nat by persuading him not to sell out to the company. Of the gang, only Brenda opposes Brandon in his crusade thinking that the gang can survive without their hangout place.

Season 2, Episode 25: Meeting Mr. Pony

2 April 1992
Brenda becomes a victim of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after being held at gunpoint by an armed robber during an after-hours hold up at the Peach Pit. Brenda then continues to have waking nightmares of the event and tries visiting a psychiatrist.

Season 2, Episode 26: Things to Do on a Rainy Day

23 April 1992
David leads Brenda, Kelly and Donna to the Bel Aire Hotel on a mission to meet the rock group 'Color Me Badd' when they come to town. But only Kelly gets to see the band, while David and Brenda get stuck in the hotel stairwell, and Donna sees more than she wants when she finds her mother, Felice, at the hotel with a man other than her father. Meanwhile, Brandon, Dylan and Steve, left alone at the Walsh House, hire an exotic dancer to ease their boredom. But they end up seeing very little of her when Andrea shows up for a surprise visit and won't leave.

Season 2, Episode 27: Mexican Standoff

30 April 1992
After missing curfew a few too many times by staying over late at Dylan's house, Brenda is grounded and is forbidden to go surfing with him in Mexico for the weekend. But Brenda secretly decides to go anyway and asks Kelly and Brandon to help cover her tracks. Meanwhile, Kelly becomes acquainted with Jake Hanson, a handyman and an old friend of Dylan's, who eases her fears over her mother deciding to marry David's father and both become attracted to each other, despite their age differences.

Season 2, Episode 28: Wedding Bell Blues

7 May 1992
Brenda faces the wrath of her parents after her disastrous return from Mexico. In a desperate attempt to keep Brenda and Dylan apart, Jim bans him from coming over to their house which only alienates Brenda even more, especially when Brandon and Kelly take out their troubles on Brenda over lying for her during her surfing trip. When the Taylor house suddenly floods from a ruptured water pipe, the Walshes reluctantly agree to host Mel and Jackie's wedding at theirs. Meanwhile, Kelly mourns the departure of Jake when his job at the Taylor house is done. But he returns during the wedding and things heat up between them.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Misery Loves Company

15 July 1992
Brandon returns to work for the summer at the Beverly Hills Beach Club to find that his parents are new members and Andrea now working there as the child-care supervisor. Meanwhile, the ever increasing devious Brenda defies her parents and continues to secretly see Dylan behind everyone's back with help from Kelly and Donna. When Brenda's caught in the act when Jim and Cindy run into Brenda with Dylan at the beach club, she runs away and into Dylan's house. Also, Steve takes Brandon's job at the Peach Pit on bet that he can't hold down the job for a single week.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Twins, the Trustee, and the Very Big Trip

22 July 1992
Brenda learns that living with Dylan isn't all it's cracked up to be. When Brandon and Cindy discover that Brenda is unhappy living with Dylan, Jim immediately takes advantage of this to play hardball with him by canceling his trust fund. Meanwhile, Kelly and Donna plan a trip to Paris, but Kelly's loss of not going, due to her decision to stay and care for her mother's newborn baby girl, is Brenda's gain when Jim, using a little influence and blackmail, gives Kelly's visa to Brenda and sends her off to Paris in order to keep her away from Dylan. Elsewhere, Brandon and Steve flirt with two twin girls at the beach club who later turn the tables on a thoughtless Steve when he plans a date swap. Also, Andrea becomes close to a 10-year-old deaf boy, named Cameron, in her day care group.

Season 3, Episode 3: Too Little, Too Late/Paris 75001

29 July 1992
Brandon becomes jealous of Andrea's new boyfriend, Jay, who invites her to Houston with him for a Republican convention, while she tries to get Cameron, to join on her day care group outings. Dylan's father, Jack, asks to put in a good word for him at his parole hearing, and Kelly keeps Dylan some company while mending her broken heart over leaving Jake Hanson (see Melrose Place). Meanwhile, Brenda and Donna arrive in Paris and they get a less than dazzling welcome to the City of Light after meeting brash students, as well as eating at a local restaurant.

Season 3, Episode 4: Sex, Lies and Volleyball/Photo Fini

5 August 1992
Brandon and Steve both flip over an attractive volleyball player, named Brooke Alexander, whom Steve hires for his volleyball partner. Kelly and Dylan try out for volleyball, while becoming more attracted to each other. Meanwhile, a new girl in town, named Nikki Witt, flirts with David who shows her his song writing talents. In Paris, a French photographer persuades Donna to start modeling for him, while Brenda tries to fit in more with the Paris crowd when she begins to take up smoking.

Season 3, Episode 5: Shooting Star/American in Paris

12 August 1992
Brandon, now dating Brooke, falls for a hard-luck story by a homeless man named Jack Canner. Meanwhile, Dylan and Kelly teeter on the brink of a romantic affair. Steve pushes David to let him be his manager for his singing career for 10% of earnings after listening to his music. Also, Andrea gets worried as Cameron, her deaf student, goes missing. In Paris, Brenda pretends to be French to woo another American student she meets there, named Rick, who develops a crush on her.

Season 3, Episode 6: Castles in the Sand

19 August 1992
Dylan and Kelly decide to keep their romantic liaison a secret when Brenda and Donna return from Paris. During a welcome-back party for Brenda and Donna, Brenda confides in a guilt-ridden Kelly that she sees that something has changed about Dylan while she was away. Meanwhile, Brandon discovers that Brooke is not the girl of his dreams after he sees little amusement in her repeated racist and stereotypical comments. Also, Steve finally lands a gig for David at the end-of-the-summer clambake at the beach club.

Season 3, Episode 7: Song of Myself

9 September 1992
As the gang of West Beverly beings its senior year, Andrea accuses the new reading teacher and Blaze faculty advisor, Gil Meyers, of sexism when he names Brandon the new editor of the school paper. Meanwhile, David discovers that his summer fling Nikki, is a transfer sophomore student and Donna's new friend. Brenda and Steve become "senior buddies" to two freshmen who are Sue Scanlon, the late Scott's younger sister who has two personalities, and Herbert, an intellectual type. Also, Kelly continues to be uncomfortable and jealous about seeing Dylan with Brenda.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Back Story

16 September 1992
During SATs week, Brenda tries to desperately quit her chain-smoking habit she picked up in Paris, while at the same time, she talks a little too openly to Beth Nielson, a tabloid-TV reporter about life in Beverly Hills who twists her story, and her friendships. Meanwhile, Nikki turns her sights on Brandon and tries to win his affections. An academic shortcut temps Steve when an alumni man, named B.J. Harrison, offers him the master key to the school offices. Also, Dylan visits his father in prison again who gives him some advice on his future.

Season 3, Episode 9: Highwire

23 September 1992
The gang must consider their future and meets with their guidance counselor, except for Kelly and Dylan who agree that college is not for everyone. Meanwhile, Jim and Cindy announce to Brenda and Brandon that they can afford a private college for only one of them. Also, Andrea has the same bad dreams involving walking a high-wire to get into her own college. Brandon and Nikki become even more close, and David walks in on Kelly at a bad moment.

Season 3, Episode 10: Home and Away

7 October 1992
After a West Beverly football game is canceled because of the gang violence at the opposing school, Brandon meets with Jordan Bonner, the class president from the rough South-Central school, who together they decide to make a stand by inviting some of the students from the school to a West Beverly High dance, being headed by Brenda and sponsored by Gil Meyers. Meanwhile, Kelly goes to meet with her long-absent father. Also, David gets a DJ gig at the dance and a groupie, who is Sue, much to Donna's jealousy.

Season 3, Episode 11: A Presumption of Innocence

21 October 1992
Andrea tries to get to the bottom of a sexual assault accusation against Gil Meyers brought forth by Sue's mother. David and Donna join in on the investigation and find out about Sue's real emotional troubles. Meanwhile, Brandon reluctantly agrees to go out dancing with Nikki, despite not knowing how to dance. Also, Dylan develops a bad cough due to surfing in polluted water.

Season 3, Episode 12: Destiny Rides Again

4 November 1992
Fate touches Brenda when her Paris beau, Rick, suddenly shows up, causing her to question her relationship with Dylan. Tragedy literally strikes Andrea when she's seriously injured in a hit-and-run accident. Meanwhile, Donna considers becoming more intimate with David, but she feels guilty about thinking about the subject of sex. Nikki also gets tickets for the Rosie O'Donnell show about the topic of AIDS and gets Brandon, Donna and David to come with her. After Steve gets bad news regarding his low SAT score, he decides to take the risk and gets Herbert to help him hack into the school computer to change his grades.

Season 3, Episode 13: Rebel with a Cause

11 November 1992
Steve stays close to the computer taping investigation, led by Andrea (now confined to a wheelchair with two broken legs), fearing that she may find out his criminal secret. But Steve gets more worried when the sleazy school janitor, Hutchins, demands blackmail money after figuring out that Steve broke into the school that night. Meanwhile, Brenda, now dating Rick, freaks out when she sees Dylan dating Kelly, in which after Dylan gets bad news regarding no record of taking his SAT's, he reacts frustrated and hits the road. Jim's dull work life is sparked up by his new attractive secretary Dottie and Rick's business talk. After David worries after playing in a Battle of the Bands concert, he and Donna decide on a date at the Peach Pit instead.

Season 3, Episode 14: Wild Horses

18 November 1992
On the road, Dylan finds comfort with Anne, a wealthy heiress living at a remote ranch in northern California after his car breaks down. Back in Beverly Hills, Brandon learns first-hand about Nikki's abusive past when her musician ex-boyfriend, Diesel, suddenly shows up and gets between them. Donna unsuccessfully tries to repair Brenda and Kelly's damaged friendship. After Steve is threatened by Hutchins, he unsuccessfully tries to bride his way from the trouble he's in by trying to get Herbert to take the heat.

Season 3, Episode 15: The Kindness of Strangers

25 November 1992
A rainy Thanksgiving brings uneasy get togetherness when Brandon brings over Jack Canner, the homeless man he tried to help out the previous summer, after Nikki leaves town to visit her parents in San Francisco. Meanwhile, Steve, now expelled from school, joins his mother for a TV shoot in Santa Barbara to some time break his bad news to her. But Samantha Sanders actually sticks up for Steve and gets him conditionally readmitted to West Beverly. Also, Dylan brings his father home for Thanksgiving and must cope with his presence and his new girlfriend Christine.

Season 3, Episode 16: It's a Totally Happening Life

16 December 1992
Two guardian angels, Clarence and Miriam, watch the gang's Christmas holiday doings which include: the recovered Andrea and Brandon consider becoming intimate after Jay breaks up with Andrea by letter, and Nikki breaks up with Brandon by moving back to San Francisco. Brenda, Dylan and Kelly's love triangle trying a "mature" situation, which falls apart. David also decides to graduate early so he can be with Donna and the gang after his divorced mother moves to Portland. The mishap events lead to all of them on a bus bound for a Christmas Eve party for underprivileged kids, where disaster looms en route.

Season 3, Episode 17: The Game Is Chicken

6 January 1993
While serving his detention, Steve meets Joe, a trouble-making punk among the rough crowd who takes him and Brandon out that night to bet on hot-rod racing, despite Dylan's cautious warnings. Things take a turn when Brandon suspects the opposing driver as the hit-and-run driver that hit Andrea. Meanwhile, Brenda and Kelly go out on a blind double-date with two kids from Princeton (junior high school), and David gets radio competition from Donna in between his DJ work and relentless studying for early graduation.

Season 3, Episode 18: Midlife... Now What?

13 January 1993
Brenda, Kelly, and their mothers Cindy and Jackie, as well as Donna and Andrea enjoy a good life for the weekend at a posh health spa, until Brenda overhears a conversation about Kelly's step dad's unfaithfulness to Jackie. Meanwhile, Jim questions his mid-life crisis with his secretary Dottie and a best-selling author on the subject. Dylan finds two separate fantasies about a future with Brenda and Kelly not fulfilling. Also, Brandon starts gambling on basketball games with Nat's bookmaker Duke.

Season 3, Episode 19: Back in the High Life Again

27 January 1993
Dylan's father, Jack, is finally released from prison to enjoy his son's company, and sets eyes on his trust fund. David doesn't know where he will live after his father moves out of Jackie's house. Meanwhile, Brandon's addiction to gambling intensifies when he starts using his own college money. Andrea decides on a new look for herself by her hair dying it red and trading her eyeglasses for contact lenses. But other than Donna, no one seems to notice Andrea's make over. Also, Dylan finally chooses Kelly over Brenda who is worsened after they tell her about their summer fling they had while she was in Paris.

Season 3, Episode 20: Parental Guidance Recommended

3 February 1993
Dylan's estranged mother, Iris, returns to Los Angles which resurrects old family hostilities for she doesn't trust Jack with handling Dylan's trust fund, as does Jim. Brandon continues gambling and splurges his winnings on skis and a new car stereo. Meanwhile, David and Steve meet with the eccentric Icon Records Company president Curtis Bray, who tells David that he will give him a recording deal only if he fires his personal manager Steve. Brenda spends the entire weekend in her bedroom moping about her lost relationship with Dylan, while dreaming evil dreams on doing physical harm to Kelly whom she unfairly blames for her and Dylan's breakup. Also, Andrea goes to a luncheon for Yale acceptances where meets her old friend Jordan Bonner.

Season 3, Episode 21: Dead End

10 February 1993
After dissolving the trust find, Dylan, Jack and Christine enjoy the good life together on a friend's yacht at Marina del Rey. But they are all under observation by unidentified men. Meanwhile, finances force Kelly's mother to put their house up for sale. Brenda, Donna and Cindy take a class in self-defense. Brandon continues gambling and starts losing money totaling $500 which makes Duke rather angry, but lets Brandon slide his losses. Andrea get invited on a date with Jordan. Also, David meets with Serge Menkin, his new recording manager, who insists that David record some different rhythm tracks.

Season 3, Episode 22: The Child Is Father to the Man

17 February 1993
After Jack is killed in a mob-related car-bombing, Dylan struggles with his inner self urging him back to old drinking habits before he learns the shocking truth about his father's parole and true colors from Christine who revealed to be FBI agent. Meanwhile, Kelly continues to be obsessed with losing weight and begins starving herself, while she becomes uncomfortable when Jim asks Dylan to stay at the Walsh house for a while to avoid reporters following his every move. Steve turns down giving any more recording advice to David who struggles with meeting with Curtis Bray and Serge Menkin for a recording session on the day of Jack McKay's funeral. Also, Brandon's losing streak continues as his betting continues.

Season 3, Episode 23: Duke's Bad Boy

3 March 1993
Gambling addict Brandon multiplies his addition by hiring a school bookie, Jeff, in order to pay off $1,500 of losses to Duke who's now out to get Brandon. Meanwhile, David finally realizes the true nature of the music industry when Serge continues to ignore his hip-hop material and forces him to record a repetitive, syrupy ballad. David goes along with it, but Curtis Bray does not like the new tune and outright terminates David's recording contract. Finally seeing the egotistical, two-faced shark that Curtis Bray really is, and the self-serving hack Serge is, David leaves Icon Records and goes back to apologize to Steve for the way he treated him. Kelly's eating disorder worsens when she starts taking diet pills. Also, Andrea tries to ease Dylan's depression over his father's murder by asking him if she can do an editorial on him.

Season 3, Episode 24: Perfectly Perfect

24 March 1993
With the possible sale of the Taylor house, Kelly gives her mother and prospective buyers a hard time. David and Donna plan to throw Kelly a surprise 18th Birthday party at the Peach Pit. But things take a unexpected turn when the guests get an even bigger surprise from Kelly when she collapses due to an overdose of diet pills. Meanwhile, Steve badgers Brandon into joining him on a TV dating game show and Steve wins a date with an attractive girl named Celeste Lundey.

Season 3, Episode 25: Senior Poll

7 April 1993
Voted the most beautiful senior at West Beverly, Kelly fears that no one's looking beneath her good surface, while she becomes hurt over Dylan not wanting to show her his finished editorial whom he shows to Andrea first. Meanwhile, Steve forgets he's dateless when he goes out with Brandon and his parents to a Lakers basketball game and is randomly chosen to win $10,000 for a half-court shot. Also, Brenda reconsiders her college choice of going back to Minnesota.

Season 3, Episode 26: She Came in Through the Bathroom Window

28 April 1993
At Senior Ditch Day, most of the students, including Kelly, Donna, David and Brenda go to Magic Mountain where Kelly becomes a theft victim, but Donna refuses to be when she puts her self-defense skills to the test, while Andrea fears riding a new roller coaster. Meanwhile, Brandon gets stuck running the Peach Pit after Nat calls in sick, while Steve and Dylan set out in search of Burt Reynolds who may be able to help a young woman, named Ginger, an apparent con victim tour guide, who is really a con artist using all of them in her latest scam in which the search leads Dylan, Steve and Ginger to a movie studio where they end up a extras for a mouth wash commercial, and then all of them getting arrested for driving in Brandon's car after Ginger seals it.

Jason Priestley ... Brandon Walsh

Shannen Doherty ... Brenda Walsh

Jennie Garth ... Kelly Taylor

Ian Ziering ... Steve Sanders

Gabrielle Carteris ... Andrea Zuckerman

Luke Perry ... Dylan McKay

Brian Austin Green ... David Silver

Tori Spelling ... Donna Martin
Carol Potter ... Cindy Walsh

James Eckhouse ... Jim Walsh

Burt Reynolds ... Burt Reynolds

Joe E. Tata ... Nat Bussichio

Michael Cudlitz ... Tony Miller
Cathy Podewell ... Ginger O'Hara / Marla Crawford

B.J. Ward ... Film Director
Marlon Archey ... Cop #1
Melissa Christopher ... Rosie

Mark Kiely ... Gil Meyers
Zale Kessler ... J. Thomas Parnell

Dan Moriarty ... Cop #2 (as Daniel Moriarty)

Jan Eddy ... Marty, Truck Driver
James Martin Jr. ... Security Guard
Brian Price ... Fan (as Brian David Price)

James Logan ... Dean Alexander
Christopher Sararo ... Senior Ditch Day Student (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: A Night to Remember

28 April 1993
Brenda and Brandon are dateless for the Senior Prom. But Andrea asks Brandon at the last moment after her date, Jordan, gets ill and Brenda is asked by the school football star Tony Miller. Steve asks out Celeste Lundey, while Dylan naturally goes with Kelly. At the prom, Donna becomes nervous about making it with David, and she ends up having too much to drink and passes out.

Season 3, Episode 28: Something in the Air

12 May 1993
Following a little advice from Gil Meyers, Brandon and the rest of Donna's friends join forces to help her in a major school protest when she is suspended from school and is threatened with not graduating for getting drunk on Senior Prom night.

Season 3, Episode 29: Commencement: Part 1

19 May 1993
With 24 hours until graduation, Andrea frets with Brandon over her coming valedictorian speech and her college choice of California University or Yale, as does Brenda with Minnesota. Meanwhile, Dylan gets a windfall when he inherits his trust fund worth $10 million, as well as another surprise visit from his eccentric mother Iris, while he reconsiders his college choice of Berkley or California University. On graduation day, David and Donna are the emcee's at the Senior Breakfast gathering while Steve meets with the gang to create something to remember them by.

Season 3, Episode 30: Commencement: Part 2

19 May 1993
On the day of graduation, the gang thinks back about their most memorable moments from the past three years. Andrea delivers her commencement address and everyone celebrates. Dylan also has a mysterious encounter with his late father who advices him that he doesn't need to go to college to prove himself. Dylan instead asks Kelly to take a trip through Europe with him for the summer. Steve also decides to go to California University to be near his friends, while Brenda decides to to back to college in Minnesota. The night of graduation, they all meet in the Hollywood Hills near the big Hollywood sign to create their logo on the sign for the whole city to see to remember them for the years they had at West Beverly High School.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye

8 September 1993
After working for the summer at the Beverly Hills Beach Club, Brenda leaves Beverly Hills to go to college in Minnesota and finds that her old friends now see her differently. Meanwhile, David and Donna seek out some affordable housing on the beach. As college approaches, Steve and Brandon rent a beach front house in Malibu for the final two weeks of the summer, and they get a surprise visit from Steve's former girlfriend Jill Fleming, which irks Celeste. Kelly returns from a two-month trip to Europe, without Dylan, who has been rejected acceptance into Berkeley. Also, Andrea frets with Gil Meyers over her deciding to stay in California to go to college.

Season 4, Episode 2: The Girl from New York City

15 September 1993
Donna is afraid to tell her mother about David living with her and Kelly at their new beach front house. Kelly tells Donna about her troubles with Dylan during their stay in France with both trying to make each other jealous. Dylan returns from Europe to reconcile with Kelly who admits he was faithful to her. Meanwhile, Brandon tries to get close to Jill who wants to take things slow, and it unwittingly creates jealousy with Steve. In Minnesota, Brenda gets homesick for the warmth of Beverly Hills while trying to adjust to college life and her brash roommate Darla Hanson.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Little Fish

22 September 1993
Brenda returns to Beverly Hills to find her bedroom taken over by Brandon and her parents angry that she dropped out. College registration is too much for Dylan who has a kindred spirit, so he and Brenda pair for a fishing trip to talk about their future. David and Donna try to audition for the DJ's on the California University's radio show, while Andrea tries to get in with the university's newspaper, The Condor, and soon clashes with the egotistical student editor Josh Richland. But Andrea has a more friendly meeting of minds with Dan Ruben, her dorm faculty advisor. Meanwhile, Steve tries to get Brandon in on the fraternity life on the CU campus by pledging the Kappa Epsilon Gamma (K.E.G.) fraternity.

Season 4, Episode 4: Greek to Me

29 September 1993
During Rush Week, the girls attempt to pledge the Alpha Omega sorority and the result bores Brenda; reunites Kelly with an old flame, John Sears, whom she can't stand and shake off; exhausts Donna who tries to boost ratings for her and David's radio show; and stereotypes Andrea when she suspects the sorority president of being anti-Semetic. Meanwhile, Brandon is asked to run for student senate, but Steve won't accept his involvement with the senates politics which are unpopular with the fraternity.

Season 4, Episode 5: Radio Daze

6 October 1993
During the first week of classes as California University, Donna becomes burned out of her work which is interfering with her college courses, Donna quits the late-night radio shift leaving David solo. Brenda seeks a job for herself to pay for her college tuition and finds one with her father, but she fails to deliver some important contracts. At a pool party for the college freshmen, Steve decides, but can't bring himself, to break up with Celeste. A jealous Dylan can't deter John Sears from seeing Kelly. Also, Andrea discovers that her residential advisor and admirer, Dan Rubin, is her English professor.

Season 4, Episode 6: Strangers in the Night

13 October 1993
Jim sets a lonely Brenda up on a blind date with Stuart Carson, the son of his business associate and both he and Brenda hit it off. Dylan decides to buy a new car, regardless of the price. Due to his late night schedule, David causes problems with Kelly and Donna over his lack of housekeeping. Kelly tells Dylan that they should start seeing others as a result of her growing relationship with John Sears. Meanwhile, Andrea finally loses her virginity when she and Dan move beyond being "just friends."

Season 4, Episode 7: Moving Targets

20 October 1993
Dylan considers buying a gun after his new car is stolen from him at gunpoint. Meanwhile, Brandon is asked by his sociology professor, Corey Randall, to tutor the university's basketball star, D'Shawn Hardell. Andrea and Dan mull over going public their affair. Also, Brenda and her parents are invited over for lunch at Stuart's parents house in Bel Air, as his romance with Brenda begins to really take off.

Season 4, Episode 8: Twenty Years Ago Today

27 October 1993
Cindy and Jim throw a party for their 20th wedding anniversary. As Stuart and Brenda's affair grows, he proposes marriage and she willingly accepts. Meanwhile, Brandon falls for an anthropologist grad student named Lucinda Nicholson. A paranoid Dylan buys a gun from a street dealer and almost shoots Brandon. Andrea tells Kelly that she has doubts about her affair with Dan after he tells her about his non-belief in marriage. Then, Andrea meets a charming, Latino barman at the party, named Jessie Vasquez. Mel asks David to look after baby Erin while he heads off to Mexico with his girlfriend.

Season 4, Episode 9: Otherwise Engaged

3 November 1993
Brenda finds out from Stuart that his parents want her to sign a prenuptial agreement which bothers her. Jim also finds out about Stuart's prenuptial papers and asks Dylan to look into Stuart's background. Meanwhile, David and Kelly grow more hostile to each other when they are caught in the middle of Mel and Jackie's custody battle for Erin. On his first dinner date with Lucinda, Brandon discovers that she is married... to his sociology professor. Guilt plagues Steve after doing a favor for Sears and his frat buddies to bed down a blind date, named Laura Kingman, a professional college dancer.

Season 4, Episode 10: And Did It... My Way

10 November 1993
When their wedding plans become too much of a hassle, Stuart convinces Brenda that they should elope to Las Vegas. After Brandon finds out, he gets the rest of the gang to drop what they are doing and they all fly out to Vegas to try to discourage Brenda and Stuart from their marital plans. Meanwhile, Laura wants to see more of Steve, who tries to keep things between them under wraps. On other personal fronts, Brandon continues to try to keep Lucinda distant who continues to flirt with him every chance she gets. Donna continues to try to resolve the continuing feud between David and Kelly.

Season 4, Episode 11: Take Back the Night

17 November 1993
After Steve breaks up with Laura, she tells Kelly and others that he date-raped her the night they were together to get back at him. Meanwhile, Kelly learns Sears true sexist colors and rejects him, but he too doesn't take it so kindly. Dylan tutors Brenda in poetry which brings them to a disagreement. Also, Brandon's relationship (or lack of it) with Lucinda takes a dangerous turn when D'Shawn finds out and threatens Brandon to take his history mid-term for him or he will tell Professor Randall of his suspicions. When Lucinda insists to Brandon that he should take D'Shawn's tests, Brandon reacts stressed and hits the road.

Season 4, Episode 12: Radar Love

24 November 1993
After mistaking a woman at a rural filling station for his former girlfriend, Emily Valentine, Brandon decides to visit Emily's home in Marin County north of San Francisco. He learns that the Valentine family has moved to Greece, but runs into Emily by chance on a cable car in San Francisco. They rekindle their romance and decide to spend Thanksgiving together. But Emily does not reveal that she must move away in a week. Back in Los Angeles, the KEG frat house and Alpha sorority serve Thanksgiving dinner at a halfway house, and John Sears tries to take advantage of a 15-year-old girl. Steve intervenes and has the fraternity president distract John. Meanwhile, Dylan declines Kelly's Thanksgiving invitation because he plans to go surfing, but later agrees to dine with the Walshes. When Kelly comes over with her family, she snaps at Dylan and makes a scene. Elsewhere, Andrea is hesitant to attend a Thanksgiving soirée at the home of Dan's parents. Jesse, the bartender from the Walshes' anniversary party, works at the affair. He asks Andrea out, and she willingly gives him her address.

Season 4, Episode 13: Emily

1 December 1993
Emily has been accepted to the prestigious Cousteau Institute in France, but does not want to attend because she and Brandon are in love. Brandon observes her passion for marine biology and encourages her to pursue her dream. Brenda balks when she is asked to appear nude in an experimental campus play. The frat and sorority pledges must endure a series of humiliating experiences during "Hell Week." The upperclassmen order Steve to steal a prize autographed baseball from Professor Randall for a scavenger hunt, but he gets caught. Andrea breaks up with Dan and begins dating Jesse. She learns that he is a UCLA law student who attended undergraduate courses at Yale.

Season 4, Episode 14: Windstruck

15 December 1993
Strange dreams contemplate Donna to fulfill David's dream to sleep with her on their second anniversary together, until her parents show up for a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Brandon returns from San Francisco where he learns about the Steve's botch break-in, who finds himself left in cold after Mike Ryan and the rest of the frat members reject him. Only John Sears remains sympathetic to Steve and tries to help. But when Brandon learns and relays to Steve that the campus police were anonymously tipped off to Steve's break-in, Steve realizes that Sears had set him up. In the meantime, Brandon plays hardball with the corrupt Professor Randall to drop the break-in charges against Steve by threatening to go public about him rigging test scores for D'Shawn and other basketball stars to they can play basketball for the university. Elsewhere, Andrea falls deeply in love with Jesse. Also, John Sears continued wooing of Kelly only pushes her back to Dylan.

Season 4, Episode 15: Somewhere in the World It's Christmas

22 December 1993
The Walshes get stranded in a damaged plane while on their way to Hawaii and flash back to past Christmases. Meanwhile, Dylan gets into the holiday spirit after a strange woman, named Suzanne Steele, and her 12-year old daughter Erica, show up at his house who claim to be his late father's mistress and his step-sister, asking for shelter. Frustrated that Donna won't give up her virginity, David starts to act coldly towards her during a Christmas party at Mel's house. Also, Jesse takes Andrea to a midnight mass.

Season 4, Episode 16: Crunch Time

5 January 1994
During mid-terms, David starts taking crystal methamphetamine to keep up with his busy schedule, while Donna wonders what's wrong with his sudden change in behavior. Meanwhile, Dylan offers Suzanne financial aid and becomes suspicions after she gets very defensive when he asks her for identification. Steve comes face-to-face with John over that he set him up the night of his break-in with a "test" vote by the fraternity to see who will be expelled from the KEG house. Also, Brandon tries to get D'Shawn to take his finals, then an accident during a game sidelines D'Shawn for the season which brings him to his scenes.

Season 4, Episode 17: Thicker Than Water

12 January 1994
David's increased drug use turns into a nightmare for him, Kelly and their parents when, while under the influence of sedatives, he loses baby Erin at a park. Meanwhile, Donna temporarily forgets about David when she flirts with an attractive ski instructor, named Chad, during a ski trip with the rest of the gang. While Suzanne is out of town, Dylan spends the day with Erica teaching her how to surf, which takes a turn when Erica gets her first menstrual period. Then, Jim makes a background check of Suzanne for Dylan with her social security number and uncovers a secret bank account in her name. When Dylan confronts Suzanne about the $25,000 in her Iowa bank account after she previous told him that she was broke, Suzanne convinces Dylan that it's just inheritance money from his late father. Meanwhile, Andrea sees a doctor and makes a shocking discovery about herself.