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Mr. Walsh Goes to Washington 

In the two-part season finale, Brandon goes to Washington D.C. as a part of the college task force to meet the president. Kelly follows Brandon to Washington to get him out of a jam when ... See full summary »

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In the two-part season finale, Brandon goes to Washington D.C. as a part of the college task force to meet the president. Kelly follows Brandon to Washington to get him out of a jam when Clare and Lucinda arrive at the hotel to peruse him. At the CU Mardi Gras, David impresses pop star Kenneth "Babyface" Edmunds, and his recording manager Ariel with his keyboard music and Donna catches David in a very compromising position with Ariel. Steve runs into Celeste who's now with John Sears. Kevin and Suzanne get married in a semi-formal ceremony where he persuades Dylan to cut out any outside investment in their business offer. Jim becomes angry at Dylan for making such a rash move and Dylan then fires Jim as his financial holder. Dylan then goes to a bank and gives Kevin full power-of-attorney control over his money, unaware that Kevin and Suzanne have had a hidden agenda for Dylan's inheritance all this time. After her major success in the CU play, Brenda gets a scholarship offer to study...

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Final appearance of Dina Meyer as Lucinda Nicholson. See more »

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Celeste Lundy: [after Muntz tells the girls how long John and Steve have been at it] Are either of you guys shy?
Donna Martin: What do you mean shy?
[Gives a nervous look to Celeste]
Celeste Lundy: I have an idea!
[She whispers something to the girls]
Donna Martin: Don't you think that's a little mean?
Brenda Walsh: It's perfect!
Celeste Lundy: Oh John!
[He looks, Brenda, Celeste, and Donna flash their bras and Steve knocks him off the beam. People laugh and Celeste and Steve share a look]
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References Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) See more »

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Mr. Walsh Goes to Washington (#4.31)
16 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A nice finale for the 4th season. So much happened with everyone and it makes one look forward to the 5th season.

The saddest part was of course what happened between David and Donna. I can't blame him as I would not be able to wait as long as he did, when people remained virgins until marriage it was also when they got married at 18 or earlier. But I also feel bad for Donna, very heart breaking.

Dylan also gets screwed over. The letter Erica wrote for him is not something I could expect for him to get. Ah, in our future times all that she would have to do would be sending him a text.

Brandon being pursued by both Clare and Lucinda was a very fun part of the episode. As well as how he ended up with Kelly and the two went to have a breakfast together.


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