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Every Dream Has Its Price (Tag) 

Brenda shops with Kelly and Tiffany and wishes she had their kind of money. But Tiffany is a shoplifter and, when she stashes her stolen clothes with Brenda, the police get involved, forcing Brenda to clear her name.

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Brandon gets a job at a fancy restaurant where he soon discovers that the owner is exploiting him with low wages. Brandon eventually quits and goes to work for a more reasonable boss at the Peach Pit Diner. Meanwhile, Brenda's new friend, Tiffany, has a problem with shoplifting and when she's caught, she implicates Brenda with her. Also, Cindy doesn't find homemaking any easier after hiring a maid, named Anna. Written by Anonymous

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18 October 1990 (USA)  »

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The restaurant that is the inspiration for the "Peach Pit" is the "Fifties Diner" located at 358 N Beverly Drive #8 in Beverly Hills See more »

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References Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) See more »

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Money Talks (Dirty Cash)
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Written by Stevie Vincent and Mick Walsh
Performed by The Adventures of Stevie V
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Every Dream Has Its Price (Tag) (#1.2)
22 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a pretty good episode. Again there is a moral message, as I believe was in every episode of every teenage show of that time, but this time they managed to do it without ridiculousness and being too cheesy.

The whole story about shop lifting is pretty good as one can see how upset Brenda is mainly because of how mother thinks of her and at the same time, what else should she think.

It also touches the topic of the crazy wish to have a perfect image. which is probably obvious for such a neighborhood and people who just recently moved.

Brandon's story is about job exploitation. Doesn't go too deep into it, as it isn't such a serious show, but it is nice how they brought up such a topic for young people.

No Steve and David unfortunately, but there were some laughs with the cleaning lady who doesn't speak English.


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