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I Only Have Eyes for You 

Both Valerie and Kelly sneak a look at each other's journal, but only Valerie reads the whole thing and spreads rumors about Kelly to Clare and Donna in yet another attempt to make Kelly's ... See full summary »

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Valerie Malone (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Magic Morton
Troy Thirdgill ...
Officer Wilson
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Museum Staffer #1
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Whitney Cline ...
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Willie (as Wesley Gullick)
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Both Valerie and Kelly sneak a look at each other's journal, but only Valerie reads the whole thing and spreads rumors about Kelly to Clare and Donna in yet another attempt to make Kelly's life miserable. Meanwhile, Steve and Brandon visit a car-museum where a scheming employee sets both of them up for a problematic ride in an electric car which was revealed to have been stolen, which also delays Brandon's attempt to fulfill a childhood dream for Kelly by meeting with a retired kiddie show host, named Magic Morton, to get his magic wand to give to her. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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23 April 1997 (USA)  »

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Kelly Taylor: [In Brandon's room] Brandon you got it!
[Hands her the wand]
Brandon Walsh: I said I would.
Kelly Taylor: This means so much to me!
Brandon Walsh: I think this would too!
[Hands her the letter her father sent to Magic Morton]
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I Only Have Eyes for You (#7.27)
28 April 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Such a stupid drama in this episode. There was no reason for a fight. So who cares if Kelly thinks they are obsessing over their hair or school. It is not like everything about our friends doesn't annoy us, and those things aren't even that bad to be insulted. And after they are shunning Val for it? Well Kelly said it and they got all worked up over nothing, Val was just the messenger no need to get mad at her.

And all their interests are so annoying and childish. Like that gymnastics night looked embarrassing, I would go for it maybe when I was 12, not in college. And that puppet thing and Kelly, yikes.

I didn't even know Whole Foods is so old! That was surprising. And I am looking forward to val destroy Kelly, at least for a few episodes.


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