Dylan and Kelly decide to keep their romantic liaison a secret when Brenda and Donna return from Paris. During a welcome-back party for Brenda and Donna, Brenda confides in a guilt-ridden ... See full summary »

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Dylan and Kelly decide to keep their romantic liaison a secret when Brenda and Donna return from Paris. During a welcome-back party for Brenda and Donna, Brenda confides in a guilt-ridden Kelly that she sees that something has changed about Dylan while she was away. Meanwhile, Brandon discovers that Brooke is not the girl of his dreams after he sees little amusement in her repeated racist and stereotypical comments. Also, Steve finally lands a gig for David at the end-of-the-summer clambake at the beach club. Written by Anonymous

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When waking up on the beach, Dylan (Luke Perry) says Jenny Garths real name instead of her characters name See more »

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Dylan McKay: In all the beaches, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine.
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Be My Love
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Performed by Brian Austin Green
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Castles in the Sand (#3.6)
2 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Donna and Brenda are coming back home and the summer is almost over. They luckily end this problem between her parents and Dylan. But what happened between him and Kelly will sure still come up. I really liked how they did the situation. One can see how Kelly is both unhappy about losing Dylan but at the same time feels all the guilt because of her best friend. And Dylan doesn't seem to want to completely forget what happened so we will see more.

And we got more fun with Steve and David's manager and artist relationship as well as David's gig at the end of the summer party. I must just say we don't see a lot of David and Donna. She was more after him when she was in Paris.

And they got rid of Brooke, which is fine. She didn't seem very sympathetic to me from the start, so the way they made her character at the end makes sense.


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