Dylan's estranged mother, Iris, returns to Los Angles which resurrects old family hostilities for she doesn't trust Jack with handling Dylan's trust fund, as does Jim. Brandon continues ... See full summary »



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Dylan's estranged mother, Iris, returns to Los Angles which resurrects old family hostilities for she doesn't trust Jack with handling Dylan's trust fund, as does Jim. Brandon continues gambling and splurges his winnings on skis and a new car stereo. Meanwhile, David and Steve meet with the eccentric Icon Records Company president Curtis Bray, who tells David that he will give him a recording deal only if he fires his personal manager Steve. Brenda spends the entire weekend in her bedroom moping about her lost relationship with Dylan, while dreaming evil dreams on doing physical harm to Kelly whom she unfairly blames for her and Dylan's breakup. Also, Andrea goes to a luncheon for Yale acceptances where meets her old friend Jordan Bonner. Written by Anonymous

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3 February 1993 (USA)  »

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At the beginning of the episode with the photo of Brenda, Kelly and Dylan, Brenda is on the right of the photo and when Brenda picks up the photo we see it from her perspective and Brenda is on the left of the photo. See more »


Curtis Bray: [cheerful tone] David, lose the yutz.
David Silver: What do you mean?
Curtis Bray: What do you mean, what do I mean? Lose... the... yutz!
David Silver: Oh, you mean Steve? You want me to fire Steve?
Curtis Bray: Oh, you got other yutzes? Look, David... I like dealing with young entertainers like yourself. But your agent... a high school Danny Rose? No, no, this I don't need.
David Silver: Well, I don't think...
Curtis Bray: [rudely interrupting; angry tone] Don't think! Do! Get rid of Sanders, or no deal.
[cheerful tone again]
Curtis Bray: Well... I'm glad we had this little chat, huh? I ...
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References Broadway Danny Rose (1984) See more »


Kansas City
Written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
Performed by Wilbert Harrison
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Parental Guidance Recommended (#3.20)
5 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

So Dylan's dad is trying to get his trust fund while Iris is trying to prevent it. The story is interesting. I just don't like they went for such an obvious way to make the father whom everyone dislikes the bad guy. And the good parent is some airhead who wants to open a school that teaches spirituality and believes into horoscopes...

And the fact that she doesn't like Kelly and prefers Brenda makes me a bit worried. If she is the one who is right they might use it to separate Dylan and Kelly.

The story about David I don't like too much. I really don't think it should be some way to push morality on viewers here. He absolutely should sign and in life friends would support it. It is not like Steve is a professional manager or that he even got into it just thinking of helping David.

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