|23||BH-201||7/11/91||[unknown]||2191022||Beach Blanket Brandon|
|Usually, TV series open their seasons around the time that school begins. Not here. School's out in the second-season opener, and for Brandon, it's the beginning of a new job. But it also could be the beginning of the end for Brenda and Dylan. Brenda suspects she may be pregnant, and the results of a home pregnancy test are inconclusive. So she visits a gynecologist-whose good news fails to cheer her up. Being sexually active, she finds, is not all to her liking.|
|24||[BH-202]||7/18/91||[unknown]||2191023||The Party Fish|
|At work, Brandon connects with an older co-worker, and with a mover and shaker whose hard-to-refuse offer causes shakiness at home with his dad. Meanwhile at school, Brenda connects with her emotions.|
|Cindy's mothering instinct upsets Jim and
Brenda after she brings injured surfer Dylan to recuperate at the
Walshes'. Meanwhile, Kelly's instincts are spiked by a handsome
Chris Suiter: Michael St. Gerard. Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. [unknown]: David Lascher. Anchorwoman: Mary Ingersoll. Jack McKay [Fantasy]: Arthur Brooks. Young Dylan: Nathan Lorch. Security Guard: David Gibbs. Surfer Bob: Rick Danielson.
|Brenda burns naturally, but Brandon and friends are in hot water when their after-hours poker game at the beach club is followed by a burglary.|
|27||[BH-205]||8/08/91||7/30/91||2191026||Play It Again, David|
|Acting as a "big brother," Brandon is asked to keep a secret that needs telling; and Kelly fears a familial connection to David when their parents start dating.|
|Andrea finds more drama when the student-teacher relationship goes outside the classroom; Brandon finds the fruit of his summer labor is sour-as in lemon.|
|Rain on the kids' Yosemite parade strands the gang of seven next to newlyweds who teach-and learn-some things about love, marriage, divorce and communication.|
|Dating others no longer looks good to Brenda when Dylan dates the new girl in school, whose datebook also includes Brandon. Meanwhile, Scott and David find what a difference a summer makes.|
|31||[BH-209]||9/19/91||[unknown]||2191030||Ashes To Ashes|
|A new black family in the neighborhood
includes a freshman photographer and his older sister, whose boyfriend
is roughed up by a security patrol when he tries to visit.
Ashe: Richard Roundtree. [unknown]: Eugene Byrd. [unknown]: Vivicia A. Fox. Felicity: Tina Lifford. [unknown]: Billy "Sly" Williams. [unknown]: Ray Girardin. [unknown]: Susan Brown. Officer #1: Richard Epcar. Officer #2: Ricardo Lopez. Ramon: George Alvarez.
|32||[BH-210]||9/26/91||[unknown]||2191031||Necessity is a Mother|
|Dylan says the full-time presence of his mother is driving him crazy, and although he doesn't say it's driving him to drink, soon he doesn't have to. Meanwhile, class sucess Donna plays the stock market for real.|
|33||[BH-211]||10/10/91||9/30/91||2191032||Leading from the Heart|
|A mutual attractiion between Kelly and the
Walshes' visiting cousin Bobby is complicated more by others'
assumptions than by Bobby's wheelchair. Meanwhile, Brenda takes anther
Bobby: Gordon Currie. [unknown]: Takayo Fischer. Emily Valentine: Christine Elise. Man at Riding Stables: Kenny Call. Tal Weaver: Gabriel Macht. Surfer Dude: Phil Buckman. Girl at the Party: Rachael Fisher.
|34||[BH-212]||10/17/91||[unknown]||2191033||Down and Out of District in Beverly Hills|
|Brandon's good deed turns into a bad seed for
Andrea, as it grows into the possibility of her expulsion from West
Beverly. Meanwhile, Steve is unwittingly mined by a gold digger.
Rose Zuckerman: Laine Kazan. Emily Valentine: Christine Elise. [unknown]: Jennifer Runyon. Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio: Joe E. Tata. Mrs. Teasley: Denise Dowse. [unknown]: Stephen Prutting. Evelyn: Cynthia Frost. Mariel: Norma Janis. Stella: Edith Varon. Ms. Roberts: Holly Smith.
|A Halloween party is highlighted by Kelly's bewitching costume-and lowlighted by someone's reaction to it. Meanwhile, other twins give Brandon and Emily a scare; and David and Scott remember the "good old days." [unknown]: Anthony Starke. Scott: Douglas Emerson. [unknown]: Charles Fleischer. Emily Valentine: Christine Elise. Lauren: Sheila Rosenthal. Drew: Bradley Michael Pierce. Officer #1: Eleni Kelakos. Officer #2: R. Todd Torok. John: Cliff Dorfman. Kid #1: T.J. Evans. Kid #2: Erica Horne. Girl #2: Vanessa Roth.|
|36||[BH-214]||11/07/91||10/28/91||2191035||The Next Fifty Years|
|Donna and David save a party from being a
social disaster, but they're powerless against an accident that ends the
party-and a life.
Scott: Douglas Emerson. Pam Scanlon: Jenny O'Hara. Mel Silver: Matthew Laurance. Mrs. Teasley: Denise Dowse. Chapman: Scott Jaeck. [unknown]: Greg Finley. Emily: Christine Elise. Spencer: Micah Rowe. Denise: Alisa Scheindlin. Brian: Josh Wheeler.
|Emily leads the gang to an underground club, where she leads Brandon against his will on a journey with financial and emotional costs.|
|38||[BH-216]||11/21/91||11/12/91||2191037||My Desperate Valentine|
|Hard to do, but it must be done, so Brandon breaks up with Emily, who doesn't take it gracefully. Meanwhile, Brenda and Dylan declare a night be filled with music instead of making out.|
|A reunion show for Steve's mother hinges on her former TV son, Steve's childhood nemesis whose current needling prompts Steve to fight back at the wrong time. Samantha Sanders: Christine Belford. [unknown]: Matt Nolan. John Griffin: Andy Hirsch. [unknown]: Miko Hughes. Chapman: Scott Jaeck. [unknown]: Barry Pearl. Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio: Joe E. Tata. Housekeeper: Martha A. Shaw.|
|40||[BH-218]||12/19/91||[unknown]||2191039||A Walsh Family Christmas|
|Cindy longs for Christmas Past in Minnesota,
until those with no particular place to go-and others with very
particular destinations-find their way to Christmas Eve at the Walsh
home, where Brenda's new pal Santa adds a special touch.
Santa: Keene Curtis.
Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie.
Mel Silver: Matthew Laurance.
Samantha Sanders: Christine Belford.
Jack McKay: Josh Taylor.
Al: Parley Baer.
Deidre: Rebecca Staab.
Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio: Joe E. Tata.
Emily Valentine: Christine Elise.
Cop #2: Andrew Magarian.
Woman at Psychiatric Hospital: Ella Raino.
Customer #2: Sheila Kay.
Tree Salesman: Lou DiMaggio.
Nun: Patricia Belcher.
Cab Driver: Joseph Torrenueva.
Girl: Yvonne Saa.
Customer #1: Louise-Diana.
|41||[BH-219]||1/09/92||12/20/91||2191040||Fire and Ice|
|Brandon becomes a pleasant distraction for a
figure skater with Olympian goals; backstabbing is included in Brenda's
tutoring in retail-sales skills.
Trisha: Gabrielle Anwar. Coach K: Ronald Guttman. Deidre: Rebecca Staab. [unknown]: Eddie Zammit. Assistant Coach: Randy Gardner. Joyce: Johanna Davis. Announcer: Dick Button. Reporter: Tai Babilonia.
|42||[BH-220]||1/23/92||1/15/92||2191042||A Competitive Edge|
|Brandon trades his reporter's pen for track shoes, until he smells a story he can't-and shouldn't-ignore. And Brenda's minor accident turns major when the woman she bumped claims whiplash.|
|43||[BH-221]||2/06/92||1/29/92||2191043||Everybody's Talkin' 'Bout It|
|The condom distribution program at school has
many talking, some writing and one most adamant-until there's an unkind
comment from an unlikely source.
Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Mel Silver: Matthew Laurance. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio: Joe E. Tata. Mrs. Teasley: Denise Dowse. John Griffin: Andy Hirsch. Mr. Beal: David A. Kimball. Sheila Manners: Laura Owens. Board Member #3: Peg Shirley. Reporter: Albert Owens. Protester: Leonard Kelly-Young. Sporkin: Patricia Forte. Anchorwoman: Dale Harimoto. Pula: Chris Pina. Mr. Sloane: Tim Cunningham.
|44||[BH-222]||2/13/92||2/05/92||2191044||And Baby Makes Five|
|Dylan keeps mum about valentine plans for
Brenda, but no one keeps quiet about Kelly's mom and David's dad, each
the last to know what's going on with the other.
Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Mel Silver: Matthew Laurance. Duke Weatherill: Billy Vera. Arlene: Ja'net DuBois. Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio: Joe E. Tata. Patient: Marty "Noodles" Levenstein. Teller: Stanley Jones. Race Announcer: Trevor Denman.
|Separate admirers court attention from Brenda
and Dylan, neither of whom is fully forthcoming with that news. And Jim
gets hooked on Karaoke.
Sarah: Heather McAdam. Tim: Hank Stratton. Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio: Joe E. Tata. Doug: Titus Welliver. Ben: John Densmore. Aerobics Teacher: Bryan Anthony. Female Singer: Patrica Michal. Male Singer: Gene Moss.
|46||[BH-224]||3/19/92||2/25/92||2191045||The Pit and the Pendulum|
|Brenda and Brandon take opposite sides after learning Jim's new client plans a multimillion-dollar development that would absorb the Peach Pit.|
|47||[BH-225]||4/02/92||[unknown]||2191046||Meeting Mr. Pony|
|Brenda projects control after facing an armed robber at the Pit, but there's a different woman beneath the surface.|
|48||[BH-226]||4/23/92||[unknown]||2191047||Things to Do on a Rainy Day|
|Donna sees more than she wants to on a pilgrimage to the hotel housing Color Me Badd, while Dylan, Steve and Brandon see less than they want of their in-your-home exotic dancer.|
|Brenda crosses the border with Dylan, against her folks demands. Kelly finds Dylan's friend Jake eases her new-family fears.|
|50||[BH-228]||5/07/92||4/02/97||2191049||Wedding Bell Blues|
|Conclusion. Mount Jimbo erupts, banning Dylan
from the Walsh home, which is suddenly the site for the wedding of Mel
and Jackie. Meanwhile, Kelly mourns the departure of Jake.
Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Mel Silver: Matthew Laurance. Jake: Grant Show. Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio: Joe E. Tata. [unknown]: Michael Milhoan. [unknown]: Lewis Arquette. Caterer: Simon Harvey. Robin McGill: Denise Lee Richards. Sharry McGill: Jennifer Pusheck. Workman: Doug Kerzner.
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