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The Walshes get stranded in a damaged plane while on their way to Hawaii and flash back to past Christmases. Meanwhile, Dylan gets into the holiday spirit after a strange woman, named ... See full summary »

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The Walshes get stranded in a damaged plane while on their way to Hawaii and flash back to past Christmases. Meanwhile, Dylan gets into the holiday spirit after a strange woman, named Suzanne Steele, and her 12-year old daughter Erica, show up at his house who claim to be his late father's mistress and his step-sister, asking for shelter. Frustrated that Donna won't give up her virginity, David starts to act coldly towards her during a Christmas party at Mel's house. Also, Jesse takes Andrea to a midnight mass. Written by Anonymous

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22 December 1993 (USA)  »

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This takes place in December 1993. See more »

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Brandon Walsh: Sure beats the first Christmas out here in California.
Cindy Walsh: What are you talking about? The first Christmas here was lovely.
Brandon Walsh: Talk about a selective memory!
Brenda Walsh: Really, mom have you completely forgotten what happened that year? We were in the middle of a heat wave and a drought, Brandon and Dad brought home that sick tree and you were incredibly homesick.
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Somewhere in the World It's Christmas (#4.15)
12 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A pretty nice Christmas episode. The story of the Walshes wasn't very interesting and involved a bunch of flashbacks, seems like they just wanted to come up with anything and didn't know what.

The rest of the stories though were great. I loved Dylan meeting his little sister. It was actually pretty sweet as well as how he ended up changing his plans. Good for Dylan that he now has family again.

I hated how they ended the story off Andrea and Dan and still wonder what lead to it, but it seems that at least so far her relationship with Jesse seems to be going fine. The story in this episode was amusing and they seemed to have chemistry.

The story of Kelly and Mel was also good. He seemed like a douche in the past few appearances but at this episode it was good to see him again nice and also realistic.

David and Donna...This seemed unavoidable, but pretty sad, let's see how it does on


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