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Down and Out of District in Beverly Hills 

After Brandon inadvertently tips the school to Andrea's non-district residency after her success in a new article competition, she must move into her grandmother's apartment to prove she ... See full summary »

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After Brandon inadvertently tips the school to Andrea's non-district residency after her success in a new article competition, she must move into her grandmother's apartment to prove she lives within district to avoid expulsion from West Beverly. But Andrea's problems only get worse when her grandmother tells her that she will not lie if questioned about Andrea's residence. Meanwhile, no one can convince Steve that his new girlfriend, Christine, is a gold-digger out to get his money. Written by Anonymous

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17 October 1991 (USA)  »

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Brenda Walsh: I have never seen Steve so...
Dylan McKay: Happy?
Brenda Walsh: Right, since we moved here he has been after Kelly or chasing bimbos.
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References Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) See more »

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I'll Turn to Stone
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Written by Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland and Richard Dean Taylor
Performed by The Four Tops
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Down and Out of District in Beverly Hills (#2.12)
27 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode centers the most on Steve and Andrea.

Andrea's story is pretty good. It is about her being under investigation about her address. It is hard to understand why her grandmother didn't want to lie for her, but some people are just complicated. And this was necessary to bring more issues to the story such as Andrea moving to her grandma and trying to make it look like it. Lainie Kazan is also a great choice as a grandmother.

And Steve is dating a girl that is just using him for money. A very obnoxious and exaggerated character. but luckily we won't see her anymore and Steve was really great in this episode. Also his conversation with Andrea at the end was really good.


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