Kelly and Brandon deal with the aftermath of their decision to not marry that becomes increasingly strained for both of them. Meanwhile, David urges Valerie toward a kinder, gentler ... See full summary »

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Kelly and Brandon deal with the aftermath of their decision to not marry that becomes increasingly strained for both of them. Meanwhile, David urges Valerie toward a kinder, gentler demeanor after her HIV test comes back. Valerie encourages David to demand to write a music score for Glen King, David goes along with it... and gets fired for it. Steve has eyes for a new woman in town: an ambitious actress and con artist named Sophie Burns, whom she charms Steve into letting her stay at the Walsh house, but she has eyes for David instead. Also, Donna meddles in Noah's family affairs by insisting they have dinner with his estranged parents. But problems further arise when Noah learns that his father is about to be indited for income tax evasion as well as questionable business deals. Written by matt-282

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Daniel Hunter: You want me to make it quick, well here it is. We're broke. Did you hear what I said? We're wipped out. That's why I was in a bad mood the other night.
Noah Hunter: How is that possible?
Daniel Hunter: We've been in dispute with the IRS for many years. The settlement agreements for years of unpayed taxes levied such high fines, the company's being forced into bankruptcy.
Noah Hunter: What about your assets? I mean, weren't you covered?
Daniel Hunter: All our assets, much like your trust fund, consisted almost solely of stock in the company.
Noah Hunter: And now ...
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The Morning After (#9.1)
19 May 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I liked how they went on with the aftermath of Brandon's and Kelly's relationship. It is believable that they are having some afterthoughts. And I like how they went on with it. At the end they did break up which I guess is the best way to end it.

I don't like this new character Sophie. I don't care much about Steve but I don't want her to get David. I feel pretty bad for Valerie, it still doesn't make sense to me that their relationship didn't work out. I do like how he is on her side though while she is worried about HIV. And the end was pretty interesting, I want to know more what it is about her having killed her father.

So Noah's family is now broke. Well now he doesn't have to pretend to be poor.


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