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Author: alebowgm from Canada
7 April 2006

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This episode is more like a screenplay than an episode and is one of the first episodes that probably helped solidfy the show. It was a more intense show and the fact that it has Matthew Perry (from Friends), makes the part actually believable.

This episode also setup the long ran storyline where Donna is having issues with her schooling, as the kids all get back their S.A.T. scores...

Brian Austin Green isn't actually in this episode, nor is Douglas Emerson.

Also, if you have an issue with suside and gun violence, this is a very graphic episode, it gets very close to the line.

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April Is the Cruelest Month (#1.18)

8/10
Author: ComedyFan2010 from Canada
26 October 2015

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This episode is a bit different than all the others. It has this mystery part to it where Brandon thinks the tennis star of his school wants to kill his father and tries to investigate it. It is kind of fun to watch and they used some elements from horror movies in the dream that Brandon has. I especially liked to see Matthew Perry in his pre Friends years, he doesn't seem as good as he was later, but it is very entertaining. And there is another very familiar face, Nicolas Coaster, who was at that time a major character in Santa Barbara.

Besides that they get their SATs back and now Donna has her first big problem. But turns out that she has a learning disability. Not very realistic I must say, they would have noticed it before SATs, she sure has written some tests before that

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