On Valentine's Day, Clare makes a bet with Steve that he won't fulfill his pledge of celebrating celibacy at a Valentine's Day party that Donna's sorority throws. Meanwhile, Valerie sets ... See full summary »

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On Valentine's Day, Clare makes a bet with Steve that he won't fulfill his pledge of celebrating celibacy at a Valentine's Day party that Donna's sorority throws. Meanwhile, Valerie sets Jonathan up with Ginger to keep her away from David, but her plan fails and when David learns the truth about Ginger and that Valerie will do anything to keep her secret, he leaves Valerie for good. Kelly travels to the rough area of L.A. to buy more cocaine for herself, gets beaten up, and hits rock bottom. Also, Joe gets bad news when his coach tells him that he is off the football team after news of his heart disorder begins circulating. Written by Anonymous

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14 February 1996 (USA)  »

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Donna Martin: [Still in Joe's room] So what, you were going to sneak off during the night? What about me?
Joe Bradley: I don't know what I'm supposed to do!
[She goes to him and hugs him]
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Bleeding Hearts (#6.21)
9 January 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is the saddest Valentines episode that I know. So as I was worried Ginger made sure to destroy the relationship of David and Valerie. But it was done in a very good way. It was not because he was mad at her for that lie, this would have been stupid, but because she actually offered him to Ginger for the night. Was pretty good, most of the times they do such things with genders reversed on TV so I loved that here it was this way. I hate that they broke up though, really Valerie should have just let everyone know that hoax she did in order not to lose David. By now it shouldn't have mattered anyways.

Susan kicking Jonathan in the face though was a great scene. They managed in the past few episodes make her character less boring than it was for all the season before.


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