Beverly Hills, 90210: Season 1, Episode 15

Fame Is Where You Find It (28 Feb. 1991)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Romance
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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 ... 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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Scott Scanlon: Uh, Brandon, your limo's here!
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Hooray for Hollywood
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Written by Johnny Mercer and Richard A. Whiting
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