As the gang returns to college for their junior year, Dylan shadows and befriends Antonia "Toni" Marchette, the daughter of his father's murderer. Meanwhile, Brandon joins the college ... See full summary »



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As the gang returns to college for their junior year, Dylan shadows and befriends Antonia "Toni" Marchette, the daughter of his father's murderer. Meanwhile, Brandon joins the college newspaper and must deal with Susan Keats, the no-nonsense, stubborn editor and hard-core feminist, who's not very eager to have him working there. Valerie meets Colin for the first time and reveals that they have known each other from a past fling between them years ago which bothers Kelly. Steve's sweet class schedule goes sour when he is forced to hire a math tutor in which Clare volunteers to help him. Also, Ray gets a big audition chance while Colin displays his big canvas the After Dark club. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance





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20 September 1995 (USA)  »

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Whilst making Beverley Hills 90210 Luke Perry would also star in Joss Whedon's film version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992). Emma Caulfield who plays Susan Keats on the show would later star as Anyna in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) TV series whilst in 2003 Perry would appear in the London stage version of 'When Harry Met Sally' with TV Buffy star Alyson Hannigan. See more »


Dylan holds a picture of Tony Marchette while waiting in his car for Mr. Marchette to show up. After Marchette shows up in his limo, Dylan gets out of his car and puts the picture in the back waist of his pants. The camera pans behind, and the picture is in Dylan's mouth. Then the camera shows him from the front as he's putting the picture into his front pocket. See more »


Dylan McKay: [At the Peach Pit after Clare announces to Steve she will tutor him in Math] That comes out to about 20 bucks an hour for you mathematically challenged, sporto!
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Written by Zachary Throne & Jamie Walters
Performed by Jamie Walters
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Must Be a Guy Thing (#6.3)
20 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Don't really like the main story. It is once again mockery of feminism. Oh yes, a feminist is a man hater. The good thing is that since that time there has been lots of progress in feminism that shows us that maybe haters are gonna hate, they won't ruin it. And why does Brandon think he is entitled to have a column? It isn't high school, in university one needs a bit more.

Dylan's story now looks like it may become interesting. Toni is a fun character and I am curious how it will go. It really seems too have some potential.

What I did like is the whole thing between Colin and Valerie. Hope she gets him from Kelly. They both are hot and would be great for each other.

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