Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990–2000)
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Fame Is Where You Find It 

A right look at the right time and in the right place in a local park gets Brandon a role on a TV series and he gets to work with the teenage lead actress Lydia Leeds, while becoming an ... See full summary »

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A right look at the right time and in the right place in a local park gets Brandon a role on a TV series and he gets to work with the teenage lead actress Lydia Leeds, while becoming an instant celebrity at school. But Brandon learns that Lydia may only be using him to get back at her own boyfriend and co-star on the show. Meanwhile, Brenda becomes another celebrity when she plays the role of singing waitress Laverne while covering for Brandon at his job at the Peach Pit. Written by Anonymous

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28 February 1991 (USA)  »

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Brandon Walsh: Is the service that slow?
Andrea Zuckerman: No, it's that entertaining!
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References Twin Peaks (1990) See more »

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Sally Go 'Round The Roses
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Written by Lona Stevens and Zell Sanders
Performed by The Jaynetts
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Fame Is Where You Find It (#1.15)
25 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Not too bad of an episode but also not that great. Brandon's story is kind of predictable. I kind of felt that they will be cut him out, so was not too surprised or waiting to see anything special. All his acting experience and being among the actors crowd was also full of clichés about the celebrity word so not too fun.

Brenda's story sucked as well. I really didn't like her persona she created for work. It was so overused and annoying, I can not believe that the customers there actually liked it and didn't just leave the place to get far away from that "entertainment", they really could have come up with something better.


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