Emily refuses to accept the fact that Brandon no longer wants to see her. She slashes her own tires and pretends that her parents are out of town so that Brandon will invite her to stay over. She sneaks into his bedroom and tries to seduce him. After he makes it clear that he is not interested, she begins to stalk and harass him by making crank phone calls. Andrea also discovers that Emily is the person who has been sending menacing letters to the school paper. Eventually, Emily shows up at Brandon's house and douses the gang's homecoming float with gasoline. Brenda and Dylan find her sitting on the float with a lighter, but Brenda is able to calm her down. Emily agrees to seek help. Meanwhile, Brenda and Dylan attend cultural events because she fears they spend too much time making out. Written by
Did You Know?
When the Walsh family is in their kitchen, Brenda describes Emily Valentine's behavior as a "fatal attraction," prompting Brandon to ask how Michael Douglas
handled it in that movie. James Eckhouse
, who plays Jim Walsh, was also in the cast of Fatal Attraction
(1987). See more
When Brandon and Brenda sit on Brenda's bed and talk about Emily, Brenda's hair changes between shots. See more
I thought you blew her off!
I did, she blew back in!
References My Bloody Valentine