On the day of graduation, the gang thinks back about their most memorable moments from the past three years. Andrea delivers her commencement address and everyone celebrates. Dylan also has... See full summary »

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On the day of graduation, the gang thinks back about their most memorable moments from the past three years. Andrea delivers her commencement address and everyone celebrates. Dylan also has a mysterious encounter with his late father who advices him that he doesn't need to go to college to prove himself. Dylan instead asks Kelly to take a trip through Europe with him for the summer. Steve also decides to go to California University to be near his friends, while Brenda decides to to back to college in Minnesota. The night of graduation, they all meet in the Hollywood Hills near the big Hollywood sign to create their logo on the sign for the whole city to see to remember them for the years they had at West Beverly High School. Written by Coolchange22669

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Kelly Taylor: [In Kelly's room] I mean look how far you have come since the 9th grade!
David Silver: I know. Everytime I think about being a Freshman; I think about Scott.
[Flashbacks of Scott Scanlon begins and David looks like he is going to cry all over again]
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Breaking Up is Hard To Do
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Written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield
Performed by Christine Elise with Shannon Doherty, Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling
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Commencement: Part 2 (#3.30)
10 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The second part of the graduation episode is again involving flashbacks, which is fitting for such an occasion. The good part is that even though there were more flashbacks in this episode than in the previous one they contributed to important parts of the story and in between there were important moments about their future decisions.

The graduation ceremony is pretty nice. We see them all getting their diploma and their reactions to it. Andrea's speech was also really well done.

It is a bit surprising that both her and Brenda are going to a different university. I was sure last episode that they were trying to keep them together. Interesting how it will work out


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