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Home Again 

The Walshes excitement over Jim's promotion is short lived when he reveals that it means moving back to Minnesota. Steve gets upset with Brandon over him leaving as well as other problems. ... See full summary »

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The Walshes excitement over Jim's promotion is short lived when he reveals that it means moving back to Minnesota. Steve gets upset with Brandon over him leaving as well as other problems. Meanwhile, Andrea offers herself to Brandon as a goodbye present, while Brenda faces the thought of moving away from Dylan. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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9 May 1991 (USA)  »

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When Brandon and Andrea are on their date, she shows him a booth called "Juanita" and asks if he wants to make a wish. Brandon says that it seems familiar, and Andrea says that it's just like the movie, "Big". But it's nothing like the movie. In "Big" the boy makes a wish on a "Zoltar" machine, and he looks evil, while this "Juanita" booth looks like a gypsy. See more »

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References Annie Hall (1977) See more »

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Celebrate Me Home
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Written by Bob James and Kenny Loggins
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Home Again (#1.21)
26 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Well, we who are watching it in 205 obviously already know that they would not be moving. But I like the idea of a good bye episode without there actually be a good bye. It reminds me more of the last episode of the show when you know you will never see the characters again, and here while we see all of them getting ready to move and lose their friends we do know that there are many more episodes to come.

Well, I must say I was impressed by Andrea being impulsive. Too bad it didn't work out! But does it mean that maybe her and Brandon will still have something going on in the future?.

It was kind of cheesy at the end, and I know no adult who would make the decision to give up such a huge promotion because their kids have friends who like them. But nevertheless it was sweet. Nice for a season finale.


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