Acting as a "big brother" to a 10-year-old boy, Brandon is asked to keep a secret that needs telling about his single mother's physical abuse. Meanwhile, Kelly fears a familial connection ... See full summary »

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Acting as a "big brother" to a 10-year-old boy, Brandon is asked to keep a secret that needs telling about his single mother's physical abuse. Meanwhile, Kelly fears a familial connection to David when his father, Mel, and her mother, Jackie, begin dating. So, Kelly becomes determined to keep them apart. Also, Brenda can't keep the absent Dylan from her thoughts while he is in Hawaii visiting his mother. Written by Anonymous

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This episode's title references the quote "Play it again, Sam" from Casablanca (1942). See more »

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Summertime
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Play It Again, David (#2.5)
26 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Brandon is playing big brother to some troubled kid and then finds out that his mother did beat him. Not a bad story idea. The kid is kind of inconsistent. Both annoying and then nice. Must have a personality disorder. And Brandon gets to save another life again, will they ever let Brandon make a mistake on this show?.

This episode had a bit more David than they usually do and it made it even better. This whole horror montages Kelly had when she thought of David, both her memories and imagination of the future were hilarious. So was how he behaved. And the end was sweet. Good acting by Brian Austin Green. It just doesn't make sense that he is so unpopular. He is such a gorgeous kid and so funny. It is as if they miscasted him for the role.


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