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Shooting Star/American in Paris 

Brandon, now dating Brooke, falls for a hard-luck story by a homeless man named Jack Canner. Meanwhile, Dylan and Kelly teeter on the brink of a romantic affair. Steve pushes David to let ... See full summary »

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Brandon, now dating Brooke, falls for a hard-luck story by a homeless man named Jack Canner. Meanwhile, Dylan and Kelly teeter on the brink of a romantic affair. Steve pushes David to let him be his manager for his singing career for 10% of earnings after listening to his music. Also, Andrea gets worried as Cameron, her deaf student, goes missing. In Paris, Brenda pretends to be French to woo another American student she meets there, named Rick, who develops a crush on her. Written by Anonymous

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12 August 1992 (USA)  »

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Donna Martin: You're gonna do what?
Brenda Walsh: I'm gonna show him around Paris, that's all.
Maggie: Masquerading as a native Parisian? You?
Brenda Walsh: Yes, me. I had him completely fooled for over an hour today. I was great, if I do say so myself.
Donna Martin: Bren, one or two hours is one thing, but all day? How are you ever going to pull that off?
Brenda Walsh: I just talk like zees, and he sinks that I'm from Paree!
Maggie: Yeah? Why don't you offer to sell him the Brooklyn Bridge? Or better yet, Le Pont Neuf? Maybe you can make a few bucks while you're at it.
Donna Martin: Why ...
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Shooting Star/American in Paris (#3.5)
2 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The continuation of Kelly and Dylan was pretty good. I am really interested how they will work it out when Brenda is back. I must say I prefer the two of them together more. I guess Brenda won't be able to be too mad when she finds out because she made out with a guy as well. Was a pretty fun story about her pretending to be French. Especially the good bye party was fun. And the guy they used was Dean Cain, right before his Superman years.

David and Steve making a deal of Steve being his manager was also a funny idea. Hope they don't forget anything about it with all the relationship dramas happening and bring it in as a story.


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