Emily has been accepted to the prestigious Cousteau Institute in France, but does not want to attend because she and Brandon are in love. Brandon observes her passion for marine biology and... See full summary »

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Emily has been accepted to the prestigious Cousteau Institute in France, but does not want to attend because she and Brandon are in love. Brandon observes her passion for marine biology and encourages her to pursue her dream. Brenda balks when she is asked to appear nude in an experimental campus play. The frat and sorority pledges must endure a series of humiliating experiences during "Hell Week." The upperclassmen order Steve to steal a prize autographed baseball from Professor Randall for a scavenger hunt, but he gets caught. Andrea breaks up with Dan and begins dating Jesse. She learns that he is a UCLA law student who attended undergraduate courses at Yale. Written by Anonymous

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Emily Valentine: What do you think I should do?
Brandon Walsh: It's not my decision to make, Em.
Emily Valentine: Well, what if I go to France and it's as awful as that rice curd?
Brandon Walsh: Then you'll come home.
Emily Valentine: Hmmm. But what if I love it?
Brandon Walsh: Then you'll be happy. What's wrong with that?
Emily Valentine: I can't go backwards. I'll end up right back where I started. I didn't like myself back then very much then.
Brandon Walsh: Listen, Em... you're the one who said you've got to take risks. If you don't do this, you're going to regret it. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon ...
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Emily (#4.13)
12 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

So the story with Emily is wrapped up. I think they did it in a good way. Ending it again by giving Brandon a chance to meet her and also give the story a sort of a happy ending with Emily getting her life together and going towards her success in marine biology.

Brenda's story I didn't like. I in no way liked her redoing the play of Pablo. I don't care if it was "better" it was his and not up to her to change. Especially since what she did was in no way actually funny and the idea that removing masks is ad was cringe worthy and outdated. It is like when in Peach Pit they made this horrible thing that she did look like some sort of acting success. I will never buy that Brenda is a good and talented actress if this is what they show us.

The story of Andrea and Dan was not working well, was pretty much a snooze. So it isn't so bad that they ended it. But it was in no way believable. A good looking successful guy like Dan would not lose it for Andrea and humiliate himself by leaving her all those messages as if he was a 15 year old. Badly thought through.

The one thing that is promising is about Steve and what will happen to him now. Seeing him in a dress was also very fun


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