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

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Pam Scanlon: Wait!, you don't want to forget what you came here for.
[hands David a shopping bag]
Pam Scanlon: I know Scott would have been pleased you wanted to have that.
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The Next Fifty Years (#2.14)
30 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a pretty tragic episode when they kill off Scott. I guess it means that David will now be more part of the group and they didn't know what to do with Scott, so they decided to kill him.

I must say they did it in a great way. Not just the shocking element of how he died but all the issues surrounding it.

He was that uncool kid who didn't have many friends. One really was sad for him about his birthday party, how it was done, how nobody wanted to come and then were there kind of laughing at it and wanting to go away early. And his mother didn't make it easier by making him look even less cool.

And the story of him and David was good. David was not as big friends with him anymore because he wanted to be part of the cooler crowd. And after his death one can see how he is regretting it. What he said to Brandon with the whole school listening was really well done. Brian Austin Green was really doing some great performance there.


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