Beverly Hills, 90210: Season 2, Episode 8

Wildfire (12 Sep. 1991)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Romance
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At the opening day of the new school year, Brenda becomes peeved when Dylan starts spending time with the new transfer student Emily Valentine, while she and Brandon also have eyes for each... See full summary »

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At the opening day of the new school year, Brenda becomes peeved when Dylan starts spending time with the new transfer student Emily Valentine, while she and Brandon also have eyes for each other. Meanwhile, David is reunited with Scott after he returns from his summer vacation in Oklahoma and finds that his friendship with David isn't as close as it used to be. Written by Anonymous

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David Silver: Hey Scott, cool it with guns ok?
Scott Scanlon: Yeah, sure.
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References Knots Landing (1979) See more »

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Teenage Mutant Kung-Fu Chickens
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Written by C. W. Kalb Jr.
Performed by Ray Stevens
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