Over Donna's objection, Kelly hires a publicist, named Pia, to boost business for the boutique store. But the devious Gina makes the situation worse when she fans the flames between Donna ... See full summary »

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Over Donna's objection, Kelly hires a publicist, named Pia, to boost business for the boutique store. But the devious Gina makes the situation worse when she fans the flames between Donna and Kelly, and Pia just for her own amusement. Over Janet's objection, Steve hires a dwarf, named Lou, to pose as a leprechaun to promote the newspaper during St. Patrick's Day. Meanwhile, Noah gets an offer by a businesswoman, named Jennine, for the Peach Pit's space and must make a tough choice of whether or not to sell out Nat to the offer. When Dylan learns about Noah's situation, he decides to make his own move to buy the building himself. Matt questions his own relationship with Kelly while handling a couple who wants a prenuptial agreement. Also, David's new romance with Claudia appears likely to be short lived when she tells him that she has to move back to Venezuela after her visa has expired. Written by matt-282

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Steve Sanders: [after finding the door to the Beverly Beat flooded with pledges for the man with the dying son] Another $75.
Janet Sosna: $50.00. How many letters do you think are here?
Steve Sanders: Must be a couple hundred.
[Start to go through finding more money]
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The Leprechaun (#9.19)
18 July 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Not a great episode. Too many stupid and outdated morality lessons.

The thing with the prenatal agreement. Shows seemed to be against it in the 90's. Silly to see a normal lawyer refuse to do one because it is "wrong".

The thing with Donna and Kelly was also ridiculous. Publicity for the business is a bad thing you know, apparently good business people do it in a very different way.

And again Ned's place is in danger. Man one almost forgets about the guy but then he is back to fight for his junk food place. Now that Brandon who was obsessed with it isn't here we have the worn out junkie Dylan suddenly do "something good with his money" by standing in Noah's way.

The only story that wasn't bad is the one with Steve and the pot of gold. There the outcome is pretty cute.

And David is going to get married? Nooooo!!!


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