Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990–2000)
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Stand (Up) and Deliver 

Brenda, tired to being treated like a teen, moves out on her own into a single apartment owned by a hippie stand-up comedienne. Meanwhile, Brandon runs for junior class president against ... See full summary »

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Brenda, tired to being treated like a teen, moves out on her own into a single apartment owned by a hippie stand-up comedienne. Meanwhile, Brandon runs for junior class president against his local competition, Michael, in which Brandon he is faced with two running tactics offered by Kelly and Andrea. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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7 March 1991 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This episode marks the second Twin Peaks reference in the first season of Beverly Hills, 90210. When hearing her outfit described as hippee-witch, Brenda herself describes the outfit as "Twin Peaks". See more »

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When Kelly approaches Brenda outside standing next to Brandon's campaign poster. See more »

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Kelly Taylor: That's the beauty of it, he doesn't say anything!
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References Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) See more »

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Hippychick
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Written by Timothy Brinkhurst
Performed by Soho
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Stand (Up) and Deliver (#1.16)
25 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Brandon's story was not too bad. It is about him running for school president and it is done in a pretty amusing way to show the evil side of the politics. It is fun though how girls like him for his power, how all his video has nothing to do with the issues. And it ends well even though a bit corny, but Brandon is still young enough to do the right thing. And his opponent was a very nice kid so one gets happy for him.

Brenda's story was just annoying. First of all, having her be incredibly jealous of Brandon two episodes in a row is not a good idea. Her character just becomes more annoying. Her wanting to move out was a bit out of the blue and all that happened to her after was a huge exaggeration. Just as her little speech at the comedy club after, people liked this? Should have thrown food at her


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