After missing curfew a few too many times by staying over late at Dylan's house, Brenda is grounded and is forbidden to go surfing with him in Mexico for the weekend. But Brenda secretly ... See full summary »

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After missing curfew a few too many times by staying over late at Dylan's house, Brenda is grounded and is forbidden to go surfing with him in Mexico for the weekend. But Brenda secretly decides to go anyway and asks Kelly and Brandon to help cover her tracks. Meanwhile, Kelly becomes acquainted with Jake Hanson, a handyman and an old friend of Dylan's, who eases her fears over her mother deciding to marry David's father and both become attracted to each other, despite their age differences. Written by Anonymous

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This is the episode that sets the stage for the "Beverly Hills, 90210" spinoff, "Melrose Place". The character Jake Hanson is introduced (played by Grant Show), who will be a main character on "Melrose Place". See more »

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Jake Hanson: I'm Jake Hanson.
Brenda Walsh: Brenda Walsh. Dylan told me that you taught him how to surf.
Dylan McKay: How to surf. How to ride a motorcycle.
Jake Hanson: How to pick up girls.
Brenda Walsh: Well, fortunately he's unlearned a few of those lessons.
Dylan McKay: So, where are you living these days, man?
Jake Hanson: Oh, just a little place off Melrose. Nothing special.
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References The Endless Summer (1966) See more »

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Mexican Standoff (#2.27)
1 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Well, I was not feeling bad about Brenda lying to her dad because he is indeed a sexist. So I don't mind her lying to him, I would be much more angry if my dad would treat me like that while look over everything my brother did. Brenda though was kind of annoying being mad at Dylan for nothing about him coming to that place with another girl during the time that they were not together, This is just silly. And how could she even forget the documents when going to another country?.

Great to see Jake from Melrose. Now this is another old show I will have to watch at some time. I remember back in the days when I was the kid I really liked him!


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