Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990–2000)
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Beach Blanket Brandon 

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. ... See full summary »

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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. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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11 July 1991 (USA)  »

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In the final episode of Season 1, Brenda tells Brandon that she has been sleeping with Dylan for 3 weeks. In Season 2 Episode 1, after Brenda's pregnancy scare, she tells her parents that her first time sleeping with Dylan was 2 weeks ago, even though this is chronologically well after her discussion with Brandon. See more »

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[Scott is complaining of having to spend the summer with his grandparents]
David Silver: You'll have fun.
Scott Scanlon: Name one thing fun about Oklahoma.
David Silver: I'll betcha not one girl there has ever met a California stud before.
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Features The Young and the Restless (1973) See more »

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Losing My Religion
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Written by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Michael Stipe
Performed by R.E.M.
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23 Years Later It is Still Good
9 January 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I loved this show as a kid and twenty-three years later, it came back on in the holidays. Surprisingly I still love it. This episode is fun to watch. Brenda (Shannon Doherty) struggles with pregnancy scare which changes her outlook of Dylan (Luke Perry). Brandon (Jason Priestly) gets a new job at ritzy beach club and the script writers are still going with that "good kid in a bad town" theme. Both actors are believable and charismatic. The rest of the cast are also very good and it's fun to watch the clothes and the things of the time. (The father is wearing suspenders). A real mix of comedy and drama, it is hilarious when Dylan picks up Brenda and she has the pregnancy test in her hands. Luke Perry is actually very funny. It has some nice messages too and is definitely worth a second look.


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