During spring break, Donna visits Ray now living in Portland, Oregon and David tags along to visit his mother only to learn that she has disappeared. So David, along with Donna and his ... See full summary »

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Brandon Walsh (credit only)
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Kelly Taylor (credit only)
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Steve Sanders (credit only)
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During spring break, Donna visits Ray now living in Portland, Oregon and David tags along to visit his mother only to learn that she has disappeared. So David, along with Donna and his father, Mel, follow a strange trail of the past to find her, while Ray begins to show increasingly signs of jealousy over Donna helping David find his mother. Back in Beverly Hills, Dylan undergoes hypnosis by a therapist in his research to find ideas for a screenplay for Charlie, while Valerie considers and gets a tattoo for herself. Written by Anonymous

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5 April 1995 (USA)  »

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Mel Silver: [confesses a secret relief to David] Last year when you were high on the drugs I was relieved it was from the Crystal Meth and not your own body chemistry.
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THE COMFORT OF STRANGERS
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Written by Steve Tyrell, Kevin Savigar & Stephanie Tyrell
Performed by Jamie Walters
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A Song for My Mother (#5.26)
12 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A pretty great story for David. It was pretty unexpected. Watching him look for his mother was very interesting as well as finding out what happened. Brian Austeen Green was doing such a great job in this episode. David is still my favorite character on the show.

Ray was worse than ever, such a douche. His explanation doesn't make it better. And even when he tried to be nice it felt like to late. He has been a douche to a guy that can't find his mother and saved his girlfriends life.

So Dylan is against tattoos, no wonder. Good that Valerie got one, she is a badass, although the tattoo isn't badass. And Dylan now believes in reincarnation? Well considering his mother...


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