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We Interrupt This Program 

Donna's stalker, who is finally revealed to be a disturbed TV station worker, named Evan, takes her, Brandon, Tracy and a group of other people hostage in the campus TV station, where ... See full summary »

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Valerie Malone (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Donna's stalker, who is finally revealed to be a disturbed TV station worker, named Evan, takes her, Brandon, Tracy and a group of other people hostage in the campus TV station, where Brandon tries to calm down everyone's heightened tensions as Donna sits in front of the running cameras with a gun to her head. Meanwhile, Steve and Clare travel with their parents to a getaway in San Diego where they try to cool down the burgeoning romance between them. Also, Tom and Kelly's attraction between each other increases and David finds himself drawn to Chloe Davis, a aspiring singer determined to make it big. Written by Anonymous

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5 February 1997 (USA)  »

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Donna Martin: [to Evan] You're gonna get us killed!
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We Interrupt This Program (#7.18)
16 April 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Well, they seem to keep attracting psychos and rapists, especially Donna. And this episode looked like a horrible action movie from the 90's but it was just as entertaining in its ridiculousness.

So Evan is one of those "nice guys" who seem to have no social skills but feel entitled to a girlfriend and feel that every girl that smiles at them owes it to them or is misleading. There are plenty of such guys in reality, they are usually not as good looking as the actor.

I was sure they will do something more dramatic like kill off Tracy. But it was pretty harmless.

For the less intense story we got Steve and Clare with their parents. I am glad they let the two be happy. I like this couple more than most of the young ones, they are lovely characters too.


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