David's work and study schedule begins to take a toll on him when mid terms come around, leading him to start using crystal meth. His erratic behaviour worries Donna and Kelly. Dylan wants ... See full summary »

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David's work and study schedule begins to take a toll on him when mid terms come around, leading him to start using crystal meth. His erratic behaviour worries Donna and Kelly. Dylan wants to help Suzanne with her financial troubles by giving her $10 000 but Jim urges Dylan to let him do a background check on her first. Steve decides to take his suspicions about John Sears to their fraternity chapter president. Brandon continues to tutor D'Shawn in sociology but still feels that Professor Randall is giving him preferential treatment. During a basketball game, D'Shawn sustains an injury that he fears will impact his future career prospects. Andrea learns from her new RA that Dan Rubin has transferred to another dormitory. Written by moz

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D'Shawn Hardell: No, the twin sister. She made me study the whole damn holiday! She said she would whip my lazy butt if I didn't start getting more out of college. She works for minimum wage at a tire plant, understand?
Brandon Walsh: Yeah I do, I got a twin sister myself.
[D'Shawn smiles and both laugh at the thought of their sisters yelling at them]
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Crunch Time (#4.16)
12 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The story of Donna and David moves on pretty interestingly. So he now seems to have developed a crystal meth addiction. Brian Austin Green is actually great at presenting all the different mood swings that David has.

It seems that there will be a surprise about who Suzanne really is. Too bad because I will be sad for Dylan if he ends up finding out that he doesn't have a sister. Him with family is actually very sweet.

So Steve ended up winning in fraternity. Was kind of expected. I just think they should not have had John speak when he got a black ball in. Them remaining mute and just have reactions in the facial expressions and movements would have been more effective.


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