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When Brenda finds herself falling in love with Dylan, it results in Brandon's wariness and Jim strongly opposed to it due to Dylan's lifestyle and his father who gets indicted for corporate financial fraud. Meanwhile, Steve meets a woman who will be speaking at an AIDS seminar at school which leads everyone into discussing condoms. Written by Anonymous

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[Dylan is pouring himself a glass of scotch after an argument with his father]
Brenda Walsh: You don't drink, do you?
Dylan McKay: Only at family reunions.
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Lily Was Here
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Written and Performed by Candy Dulfer and David A. Stewart
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Isn't It Romantic? (#1.9)
24 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Nice! So now Brenda started dating Dylan. Was pretty cute how it is going between them. Only that time when they met Dylan's dad in the hotel ended up being slightly ridiculous. Brenda's reactions weren't really making sense. I liked how they showed different reaction towards it from the family. Her dad being sexist :"it is different with the girls" and not liking Dylan just because of his mother and her mom understanding and liking Dylan. Well I am glad Brenda could tell her dad what she did and he could rethink what he was doing.

And we got the sex ed. It is funny how they only scared them with AIDS and nothing else. Is this all about sex? But at least they weren't promoting abstinence only. 90's were more progressive than some schools these days. And it is definitely good that it was brought up on the show. AIDS and protection is an important topic for young people and they did it well. Basically showed that sex is not just all fun.


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