Strange dreams contemplate Donna to fulfill David's dream to sleep with her on their second anniversary together, until her parents show up for a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Brandon returns ... See full summary »

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Strange dreams contemplate Donna to fulfill David's dream to sleep with her on their second anniversary together, until her parents show up for a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Brandon returns from San Francisco where he learns about the Steve's botch break-in, who finds himself left in cold after Mike Ryan and the rest of the frat members reject him. Only John Sears remains sympathetic to Steve and tries to help. But when Brandon learns and relays to Steve that the campus police were anonymously tipped off to Steve's break-in, Steve realizes that Sears had set him up. In the meantime, Brandon plays hardball with the corrupt Professor Randall to drop the break-in charges against Steve by threatening to go public about him rigging test scores for D'Shawn and other basketball stars to they can play basketball for the university. Elsewhere, Andrea falls deeply in love with Jesse. Also, John Sears continued wooing of Kelly only pushes her back to Dylan. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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15 December 1993 (USA)  »

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Brandon Walsh: Steve, I love you man, but if you were any dumber you'd require fertilizer.
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Windstruck (#4.14)
12 November 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The best part of this episode that keeps it from sucking is the story of Donna and David. It is pretty amusing how she has her dreams about sleeping with him. Then they get us excited by almost let it happen. And yet it is prevented by a surprise of her parents coming over. This was actually very funny how David opened the door for them in his underwear and trying to come up with explanations. And while I can't stand her mother I like how it went and they let Donna make her own decisions. Only this stops Donna from wanting to go through with it. Which is not just a tease to David but also to the viewers. At the same time it doesn't bother me that much. I like how unique this couple is and him willing to wait so long makes his love for Donna seem even stronger.

Other than that the stories in the episode aren't too great. Really hate this thing with Andrea and Dan. Such a failure of a story. Steve's fraternity story is not completely awful but the talk of Brandon and professor is completely unrealistic and kind of ruins a lot of it as it seems less thought through.


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