During SATs week, Brenda tries desperately to quit the smoking habit she picked up while in Paris. At the same time, she talks a little too openly to Beth Nielson, a tabloid-TV reporter, ... See full summary »

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During SATs week, Brenda tries desperately to quit the smoking habit she picked up while in Paris. At the same time, she talks a little too openly to Beth Nielson, a tabloid-TV reporter, about life in Beverly Hills, who twists her story and her friendships. Meanwhile, Nikki turns her sights on Brandon and tries to win his affections. An academic shortcut tempts Steve when a West Beverly alumni, B.J. Harrison, offers him the master key to the school. Also, Dylan visits his father in prison again who gives him some advice on his future. Written by Anonymous

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16 September 1992 (USA)  »

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Kelly Taylor: [after finding out the truth about a tabloid tape] Did you really say that I was intelligent, and one of a kind?
Brenda Walsh: Sure did.
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The Back Story (#3.8)
2 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The story about the tabloid news twisting around Brenda's words and bringing a very unflattering report on air was pretty good. It was nice to see how they managed to twist her words, how Brenda was all upset about it and how nobody wanted to talk to her after. Not even David! But it all ended up being explained and the friendships were saved. Maybe it could have taken more than one episode, but I think they did a good job with this story.

Nikki going after Brandon was also fun. Mainly because of the great scene where he really blows up on her because he is so stressed. Although now it seems they will be dating.


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