Hypnotic regression leads Dylan to a past life where he is Billy McCoy, a gun-slinging outlaw in the Wild West, until he meets an upper-class woman (in the form of Kelly) to redeem his ... See full summary »

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Dylan McKay / Billy McCoy
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Jesse Vasquez (as Mark Damon Espinoza)
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Valerie Malone (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Hypnotic regression leads Dylan to a past life where he is Billy McCoy, a gun-slinging outlaw in the Wild West, until he meets an upper-class woman (in the form of Kelly) to redeem his outlaw ways. Meanwhile in the real world, while Kelly goes to New York with Steve to meet with modeling agencies, Valerie turns her sights on Brandon who is hoping to be re-elected student body president. But Brandon runs into all kinds of problems when news of college tuition for undergraduates will be increased, he is criticized for not looking after the students best interests. As a result, Brandon's political rival, Alex Diaz, enters the race as a new candidate and wins by a landslide. Written by Anonymous

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Alex Diaz: [At the last Student Government meeting] Janice and I wanted to do something to commerrate the Brandon years.
Brandon Walsh: The Brandon years?
[shocked and confused]
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The Real McCoy (#5.29)
13 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This hypnosis story is really boring. Although Dylan sure does fit well to be a cowboy. They just went with it to show in a very cheesy way that Kelly is his soulmate. The fact that he believes in this stuff makes his character more silly. And I also didn't like him ending up with Kelly neither in his past life nor on the show, the girls he left or didn't up with (like Valerie) always seem so much better.

Brandon's campaign story could have been better but we didn't even get much of it because this episode was mainly about the cowboy nonsense. At least I hope it means the hypnosis is over.

I think e need a Steve story soon again. Lately I don't even remember him because he is somewhere in the background.


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