With 24 hours until graduation, Andrea frets with Brandon over her coming valedictorian speech and her college choice of California University or Yale, as does Brenda with Minnesota. ...
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With 24 hours until graduation, Andrea frets with Brandon over her coming valedictorian speech and her college choice of California University or Yale, as does Brenda with Minnesota. Meanwhile, Dylan gets a windfall when he inherits his trust fund worth $10 million, as well as another surprise visit from his eccentric mother Iris, while he reconsiders his college choice of Berkley or California University. On graduation day, David and Donna are the emcee's at the Senior Breakfast gathering while Steve meets with the gang to create something to remember them by. Written by
There's a blooper at the beginning, when Kelly is telling Donna that she wants the graduation rehearsal to be over-with. She actually says "over-myth" instead. See more »
What a pleasant surprise.
Did you really think I'd miss your graduation?
Why not? You missed literally everything else in my life.
Oh, you're in a snarly mood. Aren't you the least bit tickled to see me?
I'm stunned actually. Can't you pick up the phone like a normal person and call to let me know that you're coming?
Because I was afraid you'd tell me to stay home, and I was hoping we could spend a few days together. Besides, half the fun is catching you with a girl in the bedroom. Did I? ...
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Brandon Wants a Girl To Call His Own
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And so we are getting closer to the graduation. The big high school part of the show is about to be over. This is a good time for flashbacks. And as somebody who usually doesn't like those I must say they did it well on Beverly Hills. Most of the show is new material, flashbacks are far and between, pretty short and bring us some good moments to remember.
I really liked the Senior Breakfast with David and Donna hosting it dressed up as Wayne's World (remember that back then it was a very new movie). Steve getting his legacy key was also a very fun part of the episode. And it all makes one feel kind of sad like it usually does when a big part of life is over, just like David is feeling a bit sad. And he kind of should, he had less high school experience than others.
But it seems like they will keep them all together. Even Andrea thinks of not going to Yale.
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