Brandon befriends a black family, the Ashes, which stirs up Beverly Hills when they move in near the Walshes. The siblings include Robby, a freshman photographer who volunteers to work at ... See full summary »

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Robinson Ashe Jr.
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Devo Damars
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Brandon befriends a black family, the Ashes, which stirs up Beverly Hills when they move in near the Walshes. The siblings include Robby, 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.

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19 September 1991 (USA)  »

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Brandon Walsh: Sherice, where you off too?
Sherice Ashe: Tamale Heaven.
Brandon Walsh: Thought that place was off limits?
Sherice Ashe: Since your article, my dad has rediscovered his roots.
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All Right Now
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Written by Andy Fraser and Paul Rodgers
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Ashes to Ashes (#2.9)
27 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode again touches the race relations. They did a similar topic before, but I must say with this episode they managed to do it much better.

Like they had this moment when Brenda and Brandon are in a car and he is mad that the new kid accuses him of seeing him as black. And Brenda says that maybe if it was not even a little bit true Brandon would not be so mad. So this way they went a bit deeper into some subconscious ways we might be aware of race.

And was great to see Vivica A. Fox at the beginning of her career. She was beautiful! This is one of the great parts about such old shows, to see people who we later saw making it in their small first roles.


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