Brandon becomes involved with an a new student, named Marcie St. Claire, whose father, Dixon St. Claire, is Jim's new client and has plans for tearing down the Peach Pit to build a new ... See full summary »

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Brandon becomes involved with an a new student, named Marcie St. Claire, whose father, Dixon St. Claire, is Jim's new client and has plans for tearing down the Peach Pit to build a new shopping mall. Brandon then begins a major battle with his father and Nat by persuading him not to sell out to the company. Of the gang, only Brenda opposes Brandon in his crusade thinking that the gang can survive without their hangout place. Written by Anonymous

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Nat mentions that the Peach Pit has been around for 20 years. This aired in 1992 which means the Peach pit opened around 1972. Later, he is telling Marcie about all the celebrities that have dined there and mentions Marilyn Monroe, who died in 1962. See more »

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The Pit and the Pendulum (#2.24)
1 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A well done episode that just doesn't make too much sense to me.

First of all I would like to say that it was funny that Nat was talking how he can't afford to give Willie a raise right in the episode after the one where he gave up a huge profit source "for the kids". Maybe he should check his priorities and care more about his adult employees who need money over the spoiled rich brats.

And yeah, this episode didn't make too much sense either. Like why were they so against that mall which will have all the job opportunities and exciting hang out places over peach pit. I am not surprised Nat got a bad deal, as he seems to be horrible in business, but if he would get a normal one he could open another place, maybe even in that mall. He sure wouldn't be lost.

Still a well done episode. Sometimes TV doesn't make too much sense.


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