Kelly is called on to make a life-or-death decision for her emphysema stricken grandfather to be put on life support. Matt is hired to help defend a tobacco company in a civil suit, much to... See full summary »

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Kelly is called on to make a life-or-death decision for her emphysema stricken grandfather to be put on life support. Matt is hired to help defend a tobacco company in a civil suit, much to Kelly's defense over her dying grandfather issue. Meanwhile, Steve wrestles with his thoughts as news about his mother's lesbian romance spreads. Dylan takes his Porsche out of storage as the start of re-starting his life, but finds only recurring nightmares involving the death of Toni years ago. Gina gives up trying to break Noah and Donna up and turns her sights on Dylan. Also, Donna befriends a female gang member, named Sonia, who cannot leave the gang she's in.

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When Dylan goes to storage to clean up his Porsche, bullet holes are in the windshield. When he drives out of the parking lot, the bullet holes are magically gone. See more »

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Gina Kincaid: Donna, did you see this?
[Makes the gang hand sign]
Gina Kincaid: It means they're gangbangers.
Donna Martin: I didn't see it.
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26 June 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Dylan seems like a caricature of his old self. He often was ridiculous, but now it is a bit pathetic. Was Luke Perry desperate that he went back for this or what? Good for Jason Priestly that he made it out in time. Now I am kind of waiting for the show to be over.

Story of Donna and those gang girls was also stupid and very cheesy. I was almost embarrassed to be watching it. Awful dialogues and even worse performances.

The story with Steve and his mom was actually not so bad. Annoying but they managed to twist it in a more understandable way with Steve being worried she just used having a kid as a cover.

Kelly spewing her morals and her lawyer guy dropping a job with a tobacco company is also dumb.


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