Joe's assault and battery trial begins where Donna is caught in a lie on the witness stand, and Brandon gets a national byline for his coverage of the trial. Meanwhile, the sociopath ... See full summary »

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Valerie Malone (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Nat Bussichio
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Colin Robbins
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Susan Keats
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Lisa Dixon
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Joe's assault and battery trial begins where Donna is caught in a lie on the witness stand, and Brandon gets a national byline for his coverage of the trial. Meanwhile, the sociopath Valerie once again puts her manipulative skills in action when she tells Colin and Susan about Brandon and Kelly's romantic liaison at Thanksgiving to break them up, while Kelly sees a different and kinder side to Colin when they spend time with her sister Erin. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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29 November 1995 (USA)  »

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Kelly Taylor: [to Colin] You don't want her on a sugar rush for the next 48 hours!
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Courting (#6.13)
24 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode is mainly about the court case that Ray had against Joe. I pretty much knew that it will end the way it did, with Ray confessing that Joe wasn't guilty. But even though very easy to predict it was also pretty well done. Like I was even surprised at one point where they find out that Donna lied about the time when Ray pushed her down, which made her less believable.

Now it really makes no sense for Valerie to tell about seeing Kelly and Brandon. They just couldn't come up with any good story it seems. Because for Valerie it as pretty useless, even with her not liking Kelly. I am just glad it didn't turn David against her. And omg that kid that was Kelly's sister was awful. Hope she never acted again.


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