Beverly Hills, 90210: Season 1, Episode 1

The Green Room (11 Oct. 1990)

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Brandon meets and befriends surfer Dylan McKay, a mysterious loner who lives in a fancy hotel suite and hangs out at the beach with his surfer friends that include teenage alcoholic Betty. ... See full summary »

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Brandon meets and befriends surfer Dylan McKay, a mysterious loner who lives in a fancy hotel suite and hangs out at the beach with his surfer friends that include teenage alcoholic Betty. Meanwhile, Brenda feels she's living in poverty when she gets to know Kelly, and her insecure friend Donna Martin. Steve tries to hang out with David after mistakenly thinking that David's father is a wealthy TV show producer. Also, Andrea asks Brandon to write an article about being new in Beverly Hills. Written by Anonymous

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According to the addresses on the envelope in the intro, the Walshes move from: 1408- Walnut Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55348 to: 933- Hillcrest Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210 See more »

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[Scott is working on the computer. Brandon walks into the room]
Brandon Walsh: What is it?
Scott Scanlon: Floorplan.
Brandon Walsh: What for?
Scott Scanlon: The perfect dance club.
Brandon Walsh: I see you've done your homework, man.
Scott Scanlon: Looks are deceiving. I've never set foot inside a club. Every time I try, I get carded.
Brandon Walsh: So how'd you design it?
Scott Scanlon: I used my imagination instead of my experience.
Jock #1: Oh, how sweet. How touching. A little dork with big dreams.
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The One With The Surfing...
20 April 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I enjoy this episode. It's not the best, but it is definitely not the worst. I do like the introduction to Dylan McKay, though.

In this episode, Brandon meets a new friend. Surfer Dylan McKay who is a mysterious loner, who lives in a fancy hotel suite, since his Dad is rich and all he does is basically hang out at the beach. He invites Brandon to go surfing with him, and Brandon takes him up on his offer. But when a girl gets drunk, goes surfing and almost drowns, Brandon must save her. Meanwhile, Brenda feels like she's poor after getting to know Kelly and Donna more. And Steve tries to befriend David after mistaking him, thinking he had a Dad who was a famous, wealthy TV show producer.

Overall, I give this episode a 6 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Good.


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