Brenda becomes a victim of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after being held at gunpoint by an armed robber during an after-hours hold up at the Peach Pit. Brenda then continues to have ... See full summary »

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Andrea Zuckerman
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Dylan McKay
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David Silver
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Donna Martin
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Brenda becomes a victim of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after being held at gunpoint by an armed robber during an after-hours hold up at the Peach Pit. Brenda then continues to have waking nightmares of the event and tries visiting a psychiatrist. Written by Anonymous

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2 April 1992 (USA)  »

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Meeting Mr. Pony (#2.25)
1 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is finally a pretty good episode where we get a good story that makes sense and good acting.

It is great to introduce Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. And the story they chose for it does it in a pretty good way. The robbery scene was very well done and played by both actors. It is kind of sad that David Kriegel didn't seem to have made it big after and didn't do acting at least on screen) for about 10 years, he was definitely pretty good. Made me even scared.

And the reactions of Brenda afterwards are also very well thought through and shown to the audience. As well as her way to go to recovery.

The scene with the friends waiting for her to come back and pretending to play Scribble ("reverse Scribble") was a pretty funny one.


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