Brandon and Kelly are surprised when they find Erica Steele, Dylan's younger half-sister, working the streets at a hooker and they turn to a social worker, named Pam, to help them find ... See full summary »

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Brandon and Kelly are surprised when they find Erica Steele, Dylan's younger half-sister, working the streets at a hooker and they turn to a social worker, named Pam, to help them find Erica. Meanwhile, Steve is struck with uncertainty after he is mistaken to be Zack's father, which takes an unexpected turn when a pregnant girlfriend from his past claims that her unborn child is his. In a desperate attempt to hold onto the After Dark, David meets with Everett Sands, a loan shark, and Donna finally learns about David's financial problems after she discovers that David has forged her signature on her checks to pay for the building's rent. After breaking up with Valerie, an angry and frustrated Noah lands in jail after a drunken barroom brawl. Brandon bails Noah out of jail who tells him his secret past of being a heir to a vast fortune, which he ran away from since his family holds Noah responsible for the death of his fiancée in a drunk driving accident years ago. Written by matt-282

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Drama | Romance

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5 November 1997 (USA)  »

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Brandon Walsh: Erika? Is that you? What are you doing?
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Friends, Lovers and Children (#8.9)
5 May 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This was a pretty good episode based on the story lines, but it had also some pretty bad acting that made one laugh in situations that weren't supposed to be funny.

So Dylan's half sister Erica is now a hooker. Greatly done story but I was laughing from the dramatic way in which that social worker was talking. Both the acting and the lines were just hilarious.

Noah's hysteria was also bad acting and funny as hell.

I feel bad for Donna. David who was my favorite character most of the show is an annoying unreasonable douche now who is too proud to ask his girlfriend for help but not too proud to steal from her. But the crying moment Donna had made me feel that Tori Spelling isn't even trying to act anymore.


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