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Something in the Air 

Following a little advice from Gil Meyers, Brandon and the rest of Donna's friends join forces to help her in a major school protest when she is suspended from school and is threatened with... See full summary »

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Following a little advice from Gil Meyers, Brandon and the rest of Donna's friends join forces to help her in a major school protest when she is suspended from school and is threatened with not graduating for getting drunk on Senior Prom night. Written by Anonymous

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12 May 1993 (USA)  »

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Dylan McKay: Tell Superintendent Ephardt that summer registration is going to break the record this year.
Steve Sanders: [to Ms. Teasley] Donna Martin graduates!
Kelly Taylor: [to Ms. Teasley] Donna Martin graduates!
Dylan McKay: Donna Martin graduates!
[Chant begins with Brenda]
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Referenced in 90210: The Bubble (2008) See more »

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Something in the Air (#3.28)
9 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode shows the difference between TV and reality and how somebody a very unrealistic episode can be very entertaining and make one wish the world was really like that. There is no way that one would ever be able to get all students to walk out, especially the ones who weren't her best friends, they would not risk getting into college on time. And the school board would not fall for this revolution. But did those facts stop me from loving the episode? Not at all. I thought it was greatly done. It almost gave me goosebumps to see people fighting for something that is right and winning. All this excitement and happiness are so well portrayed for us. And if high school really was like that I would be missing it now.


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