During the first week of classes as California University, Donna becomes burned out of her work which is interfering with her college courses, Donna quits the late-night radio shift leaving... See full summary »

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During the first week of classes as California University, Donna becomes burned out of her work which is interfering with her college courses, Donna quits the late-night radio shift leaving David solo. Brenda seeks a job for herself to pay for her college tuition and finds one with her father, but she fails to deliver some important contracts. At a pool party for the college freshmen, Steve decides, but can't bring himself, to break up with Celeste. A jealous Dylan can't deter John Sears from seeing Kelly. Also, Andrea discovers that her residential advisor and admirer, Dan Rubin, is her English professor. Written by Anonymous

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Donna Martin: [after Dan leaves Andrea's dorm room] He is so cute!
Andrea Zuckerman: Donna, he's a teacher!
Donna Martin: Excuse me! Like that has ever stopped you before. You went out with the drama teacher and you were always flirting with Mr. Meyers.
Andrea Zuckerman: I was not!
Donna Martin: That was just in high school!
Andrea Zuckerman: That is ancient history!
Donna Martin: Face it Andrea; you like older men!
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Radio Daze (#4.5)
10 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode we have more about the radio. There we have a conflict between Donna and David because she can't handle both the night shift and school. One can really relate to her, and it makes me worried about David and wonder if it could make his studies harder. Still, I find it sad the two won't be on air together anymore, I like them together, they have a fun chemistry.

I liked the pool party, portrayed with so much fun and energy. All the dancing and ending up in a pool. Even Dylan showed his jealousy because of Kelly. Good, I don't like it when he doesn't care. And the party was so much fun I even forgot about Brenda's contracts she had to deliver myself.

I really like that English teacher of Andrea, he is incredibly cute and also a good character that makes her think in a different way than she is used to.


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