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Kelly's father Bill Taylor, arrives in town apparently to stay, while at the same time, she again catches Colin sniffing cocaine. Joe makes a professional call on Donna's cardiologist ... See full summary »

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Steve Sanders
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David Silver
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Donna Martin
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Valerie Malone (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Nat Bussichio
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Clare Arnold
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Colin Robbins
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Susan Keats (as Emma Caulfield)
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Jonathan Casten
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Jackie Taylor
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Joan Diamond
Elaine Joyce ...
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Kelly's father Bill Taylor, arrives in town apparently to stay, while at the same time, she again catches Colin sniffing cocaine. Joe makes a professional call on Donna's cardiologist father who discovers that Joe may have a certain heart disorder. Meanwhile, Nat refuses to participate in Steve's film festival honoring Roger Corman after the gang sees him in one of Corman's movies from 1972 titled 'Unholy Rollers'. Things take a turn when Joan Diamond, a former actress and Nat's old fiancée, arrives for the festival. Also, Brandon continues to be jealous of Susan's ex-boyfriend Jonathan when he phones to speak to her and Brandon doesn't leave a message for Susan. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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10 January 1996 (USA)  »

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Bill Taylor: Cocaine, it's a very seductive mistress, I can attest to that.
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