While Brandon gets close to a fellow cabana girl at the beach club, named Sandy, a member takes Brandon under his wing with his hard-to-refuse offer which causes problems at home. Jim and ... See full summary »

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While Brandon gets close to a fellow cabana girl at the beach club, named Sandy, a member takes Brandon under his wing with his hard-to-refuse offer which causes problems at home. Jim and Cindy discuss joining the beach club for the enjoyment. Meanwhile, Brenda finds an outlet to her emotions when she, Donna, Andrea and David being taking drama classes in summer school taught by Chris Sutier. Written by Anonymous

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Jim Walsh: What's with you?
Brandon Walsh: Job burnout.
Jim Walsh: After one week?
Brandon Walsh: It's the toughest job I've ever had, Dad.
Jim Walsh: Spending all day at the beach doesn't sound all that difficult.
Brandon Walsh: But you have no idea what my day is like, being a cabanna boy. I'm the first one there in the morning. I'm practically the last one to leave at night. And I'm so busy all day that the only way I know that I'm at the beach is because my shoes are full of sand.
Jim Walsh: Well, there's no free lunch, Brandon. You get what you pay for in this world.
Brandon Walsh: Ah, but ...
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The Party Fish (#2.2)
26 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode was alright. But not as good as usually. Somehow I didn't care too much for neither of the stories.

So the whole thing with the beach club. I don't get why Brandon cares so much for his parents to join or why they are so against it. Yeah, I know the reasons provided by the episode but they make no sense.

I think they should also maybe loosen up a bit with Brandon playing the moral police, it can be annoying when it gets a bit too much.

Brenda's acting was also annoying and ridiculous. I think instead of having a story about her in that acting class they should have concentrated on David in it, it probably would have been funner.


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