Brenda calls Dylan from jail in the hopes of keeping her arrest a secret, but he is forced to tell her parents. Brenda's friends avoid her out of fear of being accessories after the fact ... See full summary »

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Brenda calls Dylan from jail in the hopes of keeping her arrest a secret, but he is forced to tell her parents. Brenda's friends avoid her out of fear of being accessories after the fact and Kelly acts especially bitchy because she is tired of Dylan coming to Brenda's rescue. Brenda faces felony charges, as her crime was a federal offense. An FBI agent who had gone undercover with the activists offers her immunity in exchange for her testimony. Kelly apologizes for shunning Brenda. Andrea gives Donna a healthy puppy (Rocky II) to take her mind off Rocky's death. Steve and his overbearing father, Rush, take on a baseball star and his dad in a father/son golf tournament. Steve catches his father cheating and forces him to complete the game honestly. Lucinda receives a grant for her movie and leaves the university. Josh threatens to expose Brandon's affair with Lucinda unless he endorses his campaign for student president. Brandon calls his bluff and Josh eventually has second thoughts. Written by Anonymous

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Dylan McKay: Dylan: You okay?
Brenda Walsh: Brenda: Yeah, a little scared. One night in jail is definitely enough for me to realized I don't want to go back.
Kelly Taylor: Maybe, you should've thought of that before.
Dylan McKay: Kel.
Kelly Taylor: What? I'm sorry, I just don't know what you expect from me.
Dylan McKay: What is your problem?
Kelly Taylor: You want to know what my problem is? I am sick and tired of stepping aside everytime Brenda comes running to you with another crisis. Everytime you call, he runs whether it's Palm Springs in the middle of the night or jail, he runs. ...
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Cuffs and Links (#4.24)
15 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

At least it looks like this awful animal rights story is over. Too bad those lunatics (and by lunatics I mean the animal abusers in the laboratory) didn't get any real problems. I am a bit confused by what Brenda is cooperating with. The undercover guy Jon, was the one who pretty much organized and lead all the people who were simply protesting into the break in. This is usually not how the cooperating and undercover work goes. Brenda often annoys me but in this episode it seemed to me she is one of the best people there. Adventures, goes for impulse things and will fight for animals. If only she wouldn't nag for no reason she would be always likable.

The rest of the stories were kind of useless. Like the one with Steve and his dad, like really who is Steve to suddenly care about morality. And the thing with the article Josh wrote was never interesting and ended in a weird cheesy way. Hope from now on it will get better again


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