Brandon goes to San Diego for the weekend with Susan to meet her parents, who are still plagued with family problems over the death of Susan's older sister. Back in Beverly Hills, Joe's ... See full summary »

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Valerie Malone (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Brandon goes to San Diego for the weekend with Susan to meet her parents, who are still plagued with family problems over the death of Susan's older sister. Back in Beverly Hills, Joe's older brother, Hank, arrives in town for a visit and becomes wary of Joe's planned heart surgery. Meanwhile, Clare doesn't share Steve's joy for his new motorcycle. In rehab, Kelly becomes upset when she learns that Valerie is now seeing Colin, who lives through a high speed police chase to regret doing a favor for his drug dealer. Written by Anonymous

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28 February 1996 (USA)  »

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Steve Sanders: [He, Clare and Val are watching a high speed chase on tv] Isn't that Colin's van?
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A Lover's Concerto
Written by Denny Randell and Sandy Linzer
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Leap of Faith (#6.23)
12 January 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Colin was really the most interesting character of them all on this episode. It was interesting to see him and Valerie getting more together, they have things in common, the have this "badness" about them, and not the fake one like Dylan (although, the moment David talked to Valerie still made me miss them together). His chasing scene was pretty good and I wonder what will happen now.

Susan and Brandon meeting her parents was alright, although it is the many times shown story on TV about meeting parents and also about competing with a dead sibling. They didn't add much to it to make it more special.


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