After dissolving the trust fund, Dylan, Jack and Christine enjoy the good life together on a friend's yacht at Marina del Rey. But they are all under observation by unidentified men. ... See full summary »

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After dissolving the trust fund, Dylan, Jack and Christine enjoy the good life together on a friend's yacht at Marina del Rey. But they are all under observation by unidentified men. Meanwhile, finances force Kelly's mother to put their house up for sale. Brenda, Donna and Cindy take a class in self-defense. Brandon continues gambling and starts losing money totaling $500 which makes Duke rather angry, but lets Brandon slide his losses. Andrea get invited on a date with Jordan. Also, David meets with Serge Menkin, his new recording manager, who insists that David record some different rhythm tracks.

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10 February 1993 (USA)  »

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Dylan McKay: [to Christine] You wanna slap him; you're closer!
[She hits Jack playfully]
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Dead End (#3.21)
5 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A good episode altogether, but it was the ending that made it a 9 and not an 8.

The whole episode we watched Dylan and his dad dealing with getting the fund and Jim wondering if he should give it to them. This was interesting to see his struggle and how he came to his decision. Jack not wanting to lie to his son was also showed to us very well. Just like him and Dylan bonding. This makes the ending both shocking and painful. I didn't see this explosion to come, and it is especially sad since Dylan just lost his dad whom he finally found.

The fillers are not a bog deal but amusing. Especially about David and Steve and Kelly's mom deciding to keep the house. Brandon's story will go on and I find it a bit silly, can't like nobody there drink or gamble without having a problem? The self defence class was funny though.


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