Brenda returns to Beverly Hills to find her bedroom taken over by Brandon and her parents angry that she dropped out. College registration is too much for Dylan who has a kindred spirit, so... See full summary »

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Brenda returns to Beverly Hills to find her bedroom taken over by Brandon and her parents angry that she dropped out. College registration is too much for Dylan who has a kindred spirit, so he and Brenda pair for a fishing trip to talk about their future. David and Donna try to audition for the DJ's on the California University's radio show, while Andrea tries to get in with the university's newspaper, The Condor, and soon clashes with the egotistical student editor Josh Richland. But Andrea has a more friendly meeting of minds with Dan Ruben, her dorm faculty advisor. Meanwhile, Steve tries to get Brandon in on the fraternity life on the CU campus by pledging the Kappa Epsilon Gamma (K.E.G.) fraternity. Written by Anonymous

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22 September 1993 (USA)  »

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Andrea Zuckerman: [after Dan Rubin leaves, she looks at Kelly and Donna] An RA with a sweet tooth!
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The Little Fish (#4.3)
10 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode they are all finding their place in the new college world. And this episode is better than the previous ones.

Brenda and Dylan think of dropping out. And for very silly reasons. They didn't even try college yet to know that it is not for them. I mean, Brenda was studying drama so for her it really probably would be better to not waste money on it. But at the end they make the choice to stay in college which is good for us viewers so we can watch them all together.

I am very happy that Donna and David made it on the radio. Their hilarious audition was my favorite part of the episode. I can totally understand why the guy liked them.


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