With Brandon gone, Valerie plans her own farewell party after deciding to turn herself over to the police for setting up her father's long-ago suicide. Meanwhile, Sophie increases her ... See full summary »

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With Brandon gone, Valerie plans her own farewell party after deciding to turn herself over to the police for setting up her father's long-ago suicide. Meanwhile, Sophie increases her circle of friends with a wealthy young man named Tom, where David fears that he'll lose Sophie after she decides to leave town after she accepts Tom's offer for a modeling job in Paris. Kelly's aid to Leah takes her outside the law where she lets Leah hide out at the beach apartment while she tries to get Leah and her baby some fake identification so she can leave town to get away from her abusive ex-husband. Noah continues on his self-destructive path and pushes away Donna when he sees her talking to Matt, and anyone who offers him support, except Valerie whom he challenges to a dangerous road game of chicken. Also, Steve, now running the Beverly Beat on his own, takes his newspaper in a new direction in publishing phony tabloid articles in which he and Janet end up trapped in a meat locker in a ... Written by Anonymous

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Steve Sanders: [after learning how many issues they have to write themselves] We're dead!
Janet Sosna: We are not dead! I believe in you.
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Confession (#9.6)
20 May 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Valerie was great in this episode. Was great to see her struggle with the idea to confess that she killed her father. I am glad she didn't but it is true that she might still go through with it. I loved her with Noah in this episode.

Steve and Janet sure were hilarious in this episode. I am not a big fan of Ian Ziering's comedy skills, he is usually too ridiculous, but this episode was fun.

And I am very happy that Sophie is gone. David sure deserves somebody better.

Didn't care for the woman disappearing story. I dislike her character.


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