Steve begins community service at a retirement home and meets Saul Howard, an ex-entertainer with Alzheimer's disease, whom Steve confides in with his problems. Dylan asks Jesse for advice ... See full summary »

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Jesse Vasquez (as Mark Damon Espinoza)
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Valerie Malone (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Steve begins community service at a retirement home and meets Saul Howard, an ex-entertainer with Alzheimer's disease, whom Steve confides in with his problems. Dylan asks Jesse for advice when he is told to appear in court over his car accident. Meanwhile, Valerie returns to Beverly Hills after spending a sunny Christmas vacation in the Caribbean, instead of visiting her mother in Buffalo, which prompts a cold response from Kelly who openly admits to everyone that she despises Valerie and doesn't trust her for a second. Ray declines a request by Donna to perform at the opening of the Peach Pit After Dark nightclub. While working at the hospital as a resident intern, Andrea has a run in with an attractive doctor named Peter Tucker. Written by Anonymous

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4 January 1995 (USA)  »

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Saul Howard asks Steve to tear the playing card in half, then into quarters, then into eighths, then into sixteenths and lastly into twenty-fourths. Since he wants Steve to tear the sixteenths in half, he should have asked him to tear them into thirty-seconds, not twenty-fourths. See more »

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Saul Howard: You're a good kid, Chuckie. No matter what Rush did, he raised a good boy.
Steve Sanders: Look, do me a favor, okay? Don't mention his name. I'm not talking to my father right now.
Saul Howard: Don't say that. Please. The most important thing is family.
Steve Sanders: Yeah. Tell that to my old man. I don't think even he knows what the word means.
Saul Howard: What are you bitching about? You got it so bad? Look at you. You got your whole life ahead of you. Why don't you stop complaining?
Steve Sanders: You don't understand. I hate my father. He makes my life ...
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Not One More Time
Performed by Stacey Piersa
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Sentenced to Life (#5.16)
7 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The story with Steve doing community in the old people's home was pretty good. Alzheimer's is one of the scariest conditions I can think of and they showed it very well here. It is pretty heartbreaking to watch Saul on his bad days, and yet it is nice how Steve still gives him good time when he feels better.

Andrea running into Peter in the hospital now is also good especially since he is married. I would love it if they would have an affair, I don't like Jesse anyways.

And Ray apparently has stage fright, I am not sure yet what to think f it and if they will be able to make it interesting.


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