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The Next Fifty Years 

On Scott's 16th birthday, his mother gives Donna and David the responsibility of rounding up people for his birthday party to save it from being a social disaster. But later, Scott finds a ... See full summary »

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Brenda Walsh
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Kelly Taylor
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Steve Sanders
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Andrea Zuckerman
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Dylan McKay
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Cindy Walsh
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Jim Walsh
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Mel Silver
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On Scott's 16th birthday, his mother gives Donna and David the responsibility of rounding up people for his birthday party to save it from being a social disaster. But later, Scott finds a gun in his father's office and while showing it off to David, he accidentally shoots himself. David is then filled with conflicting emotions for days after and ends up telling Brandon, and the school, about regretting the way he treated Scott this year. Also, Andrea becomes openly jealous at Brandon for dating Emily who takes up Brandon's time and hers. Written by Anonymous

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7 November 1991 (USA)  »

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This was actor Douglas Emerson's final acting appearance. Since this episode he has retired from acting. See more »

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David Silver: Well there is only one thing left.
[Everyone is holding sparklers]
Donna Martin: Look you guys! It's just like the Fourth of July!
David Silver: [David looks up at the sky] This one's for you Scott!
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In Your Room
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Performed by The Bangles
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The One Where Scott Die...
26 May 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I think this episode is really sad. I liked the character of Scott and I think the way he died is just really depressing. I think the episode is good, but just a little bit of a tear-jerker.

In this episode, it's Scott's 16th birthday and his Mother gave Donna and David the responsibility of getting everyone over to his house for a surprise birthday party. They do, but things don't go as planned. Especially when Scott is showing off to David, whilst twirling a gun, he accidentally shoots himself, and he dies.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Great.


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