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And Don't Forget to Give Me Back My Black T-Shirt 

Noah helps Ellen get back into AA, but she tells him that she does not see on the same lines as he does for recovery. Meanwhile, Steve invests in Donna's on-line venture after Janet says no... See full summary »

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Mitch Field (as Mark C. Collier)
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Ellen (as Heidi Noelle Lenhart)
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Noah helps Ellen get back into AA, but she tells him that she does not see on the same lines as he does for recovery. Meanwhile, Steve invests in Donna's on-line venture after Janet says no to the offer. Matt pads his continuing lie about his one-night-stand to Kelly while Dylan continues lurking around them to see if Matt will give in and confess to Kelly about it. Donna reject Mitch's business style in personal matters when his come-ons become more frequent which leads to him sabotaging her opening night of her web site after she rejects going out with him again. Also, David becomes more grumpy with his relationship with Camille, especially after she volunteers to model for Donna's designs on-line. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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19 April 2000 (USA)  »

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The episode title comes from a line in a Ben Folds Five song, "Song for the Dumped." See more »

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Dylan McKay: I'm sure young David would agree.
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And Don't Forget to Give Me Back My Black T-Shirt (#10.23)
5 August 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is too funny to watch Donna and Janet having such issue of going into the internet age. They are not even that old. Well, Janet acts like she is because she had a kid. And that Mitch being a creep funnily enough works well for Donna's business.

David finally broke up with Camille. I felt bad for her, to her it really came from nowhere, as she didn't do anything wrong. But it is good that he did. She will sure also be happier with somebody else. And it is pretty realistic.

Now they are stretching Matt and Kelly. It is sure they will break up, just need to wait.


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