After David's mother attempts to kill herself, it turns him into a recluse and it brings back bad memories for Valerie over her father's suicide. Meanwhile, Toni invites Dylan and his ... See full summary »

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After David's mother attempts to kill herself, it turns him into a recluse and it brings back bad memories for Valerie over her father's suicide. Meanwhile, Toni invites Dylan and his friends over for dinner at her father's mansion where Toni's bodyguard, Bruno, confronts Dylan that he and Marchette know all about him and his father. Also, Brandon finally negotiates a date with Susan, but dating and newspaper politics sometimes don't mix. Elsehwere, Nat and his chief, Willie, try to catch an elusive mouse at the Peach Pit that's hurting their business, until Donna comes to their rescue. Written by matt-282

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[standing on a cliff overlooking a freeway]
Valerie Malone: Well, this is it. If you want to end it, here's your chance. If you want to jump, go ahead. I won't stop you.
[David hesitates]
Valerie Malone: What's the matter? Scared to die... or scared to live? You know when the demons in you get too close, the ones that say I'm going to end up like my father, I come here for a gut check.
David Silver: I don't want to die.
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Lover's Leap (#6.5)
20 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The story about David dealing with his mother attempting suicide and Val having dreams about finding her dead father again was pretty good. Brian Austin Green is a great actor and he is usually great in such intense stories. I also loved the scene of Val and David on the cliff. I doubt what she did was a good idea and hope nobody will take an example from this but yet it was greatly done. Just like what David was saying to him mom and Val's last dream when instead of discovering her father dead she sees there David who comforts her.

Other than not much happened in this episode. I liked that Dylan found that picture there. Also makes one wonder how he will tell it to Toni and how she will deal with it.


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