Lenny becomes an outcast when he is suspected of the campus rape despite his protest of innocence which prompts him to ask Brandon to help him prove his innocence. At the same time, the ... See full summary »

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Lenny becomes an outcast when he is suspected of the campus rape despite his protest of innocence which prompts him to ask Brandon to help him prove his innocence. At the same time, the real rapist stalks an unsuspecting Donna and holds her hostage in the beach apartment. Meanwhile, Dylan accidentally becomes privy to Andrea's affair with Peter when he sees them together at Charlie's motel. When Andrea decides to leave Jesse to be with Peter, he reveals that he doesn't share the same views as she. Elsewhere, Valerie asks Steve to help secure the rock group "The Flaming Lips" after she cancels Ray's bookings, and Donna wrongly blames David for Ray's departure after Valerie lies to her that David is the one responsible for Ray leaving town. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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1 March 1995 (USA)  »

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When the rapist packs his tool kit he packs a pair of black leather gloves. When he breaks into Donna's apartment his gloves are white latex. See more »

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[after a Flaming Lips concert]
Steve Sanders: You know, I've never been a big fan of alternative music, but these guys rocked the house!
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Love Hurts (#5.23)
12 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A pretty great episode. They handled all stories very well.

First of all I am very happy Lenny was not the rapists. And it was great how David and Brandon handled the situation. They are so correct that somebody who did this time deserves to have a chance in life and make it better. Without studying and future people are more likely to re-offend. People like Janice sicken me. And how can she even say the university has no respect for women by letting him in after she brought an anti semite to talk. Too bad Lenny is leaving, I rather see him win against her. And the character was pretty good as well as the actor.

The guy who was the real rapist also acted pretty well. The scene of him and Donna was very well done including when David came over and how she got him to know something is wrong.

Andrea's affair story also ended pretty well. I liked Peter way more than Jesse so too bad, but at the same time it went well for how things are not always the way we hope and see them.


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