Brandon learns a lesson in dedication to a task and hard work when he falls for Tricia, a young ice skater with Olympic goals, whom he pleasantly distracts from her skating practice. ... See full summary »

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Brandon learns a lesson in dedication to a task and hard work when he falls for Tricia, a young ice skater with Olympic goals, whom he pleasantly distracts from her skating practice. Meanwhile, Brenda must deal with a back-stabbing boss at her boutique job in which Cindy offers Brenda a chance to get back at her. Written by Anonymous

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Brandon gets a cut on his left cheek and the right side of his bottom lip in a hockey accident. Both cuts appear in certain scenes and then are gone in other scenes. See more »

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Tricia Kinney: I'll always remember you as the guy who gave me my first burrito.
Brandon Walsh: And I'll always remember you as the girl who got me to dance.
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(I've Had) The Time of My Life
Written by Franke Previte, Donald Markowitz, and John DeNicola
Performed by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes
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Fire and Ice (#2.19)
31 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode doesn't seem so good as the last few, even though it touches some good topics.

One is Brandon meeting a girl that is an ice skater. The story is slightly boring. I almost feel like we have seen it before. But it brings up the issues of achievement and how much one is willing to sacrifice. And it is good that at the end Tricia said that it is her who is competitive, not her being pushed to do it.

Brenda's work story was alright. I did like how her mom helped her to get even. But I must say my favorite part of this story is still David buying a present for Donna. He is such a sweetheart, I want more David stories.


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