Brandon, Kelly, Donna and Steve appear in Clare and David's cinema verity project which ends up revealing truths from their pasts to each other. Valerie moves back in with the Walshes after... See full summary »

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Jesse Vasquez (as Mark Damon Espinoza)
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Brandon, Kelly, Donna and Steve appear in Clare and David's cinema verity project which ends up revealing truths from their pasts to each other. Valerie moves back in with the Walshes after being evicted from her hotel suite. Meanwhile, Dylan helps Charlie work on a movie screenplay and more help comes from Valerie who repeatedly temps Dylan. After visiting a therapist, Andrea considers telling Jesse about her affair. But she is unprepared when Jesse has a confession of his own for her. Written by Anonymous

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When Kelly tells the gang that Mel is moving back in with her mother, she says "How can Mel take Jackie back?" when she obviously means "How can Jackie take Mel back?!", since it was Mel who cheated. See more »

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Brandon Walsh: [All watch as Brandon and Steve talk about Kelly] Would you put Kelly on that list?
Steve Sanders: If Kelly would take me back; I'd go in a second.
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Dreams
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Written by Dolores O'Riordan and Noel Hogan
Performed by The Cranberries
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Unreal World (#5.24)
12 December 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This was a pretty good episode. It was fun to see them in those roles. I wish there was more of Brandon, because it was the funnest character. Donna was overacting too much. I am not happy that David and Clare broke up as they both were pretty good together. But it was done in a great way. Good scene of David and Donna with Clare observing it all and kissing Steve after.

Well Andrea is lucky as now is thee best time for her to confess, let's see how it goes. I must say that now she already looks her age, with the glasses and that hair of hers in high school episodes she passed fr a teen, but now when watching the scene off her and Jesse I just saw them as a couple in their 30's


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