|173||BH-701||8/21/96||8/18/96||8/07/96||2196172||Remember The Alamo|
|Big changes await as
the groundbreaking hit begins a seventh season. More issue-oriented
and self-contained episodes. Fewer long story arcs. A renewed focus
on core players. And, says Jason Priestley, a somewhat "darker side"
for Brandon, whom he'll continue to portray while returning
for a second year as a series producer.
New characters are also on the way. Dalton James
begins a recurring role next week
and Val will have someone new in her life (a guy with "a lot of
baggage," says Tiffaniy-Amber
Thiessen). And it all begins tonight with Brandon encountering
bigots while traveling through
Texas; and Donna and David finding
that their video work-and renewed romance-may have a
|174||BH-702||8/28/96||8/25/96||8/14/96||2196173||Here We Go Again|
|Clare is stunned by Steve's past
with Kelly, who learns there's more to the story than she knew;
Kenny puts a social spin on his business with Valerie; Kelly starts
working at an AIDS hospice; Brandon is recruited by the college TV
Kenny: Joey Gian. Mark: Dalton James. Casey: Eddie Cibrian. Beth: Charlotte Lopez. Ryan: Randy Spelling. Austin: Travis Webster.
|175||BH-703||9/04/96||9/01/96||8/21/96||2196174||A Mate For Life|
|Brandon has the pleasant task of
escorting Joan's dancer daugher Lily prior
to Joan and Nat's wedding, which has a sudden change of venue;
Kelly makes a friend (Michael
Stoyanov) at the hospice; David is downsized after finding new digs.
Lily Diamond: Katherine Kendall. Joan: Leslie Parrish. Nat: Joe E. Tata. Mark: Dalton James. Diane: Sydney Phillips.
|Brandon and Mark find the perfect
newsanchor for the campus station, but she panics prior to her
debut; an accident with Jimmy (Michael Stoyanov) gives Kelly a scare;
Mel (Matthew Laurance)
withdraws David's financial support after learning from Donna that
he's dropped out of school.
Tracy: Jill Novick. Mark: Dalton James.
|177||BH-705||9/18/96||9/15/96||9/12/96||2196176||Pledging My Love|
|Steve's "harmless prank" with his
fraternity lands Brandon in hot water; Donna lobbies to get a
jock into her sorority; Kelly takes Jimmy (Michael Stoyanov) on a
Danny: Kimberly Campbell. Ellen: Julie Nathanson. Chancellor: Nicholas Coster.
|A Hollywood Hills brush fire stops a
big party at Mark and David's, rekindles a bad memory for
Kelly, and puts Donna in Jeopardy. Meanwhile, Steve's flirtation results
in serious consequences;
and Valerie gives Kenny an ultimatum.
Cliff Yeager: Greg Vaughn. Dick: Dan Gauthier. Teresa: Kristen Williams. Tracy: Jill Novick. Mark: Dalton James.
|Steve declares war on Clare when she
dates someone else; Donna's new fireman friend (Greg
Vaughn) assists her sorority's Halloween event; Kenny (Joey Gian)
is a no-show at the reopening
of Valerie's club.
Tammy: Kimiko Gelman. Alex: Chris Marquette. Mrs. Cleveland: Gloria Loring.
|180||BH-708||11/06/96||11/03/96||10/02/96||2196179||The Things We Do For Love|
|David's giant windfall causes a rift
with his father (Matthew laurance); Kelly extends an olive
branch to Valerie after learning of her condition; Steve rashly
challenges Clare's new beau to a
crew race; Tracy makes an overture to Brandon;
Cliff (Greg Vaughn) reveals his future
plans to Donna.
David's Grandmother: Erica Yohn. Dick: Dan Gauthier.
|181||BH-709||11/13/96||11/10/96||10/09/96||2196180||Loser Take All|
|Tipped off by Kelly, Brandon queries
Kenny (Joey Gian) about his experience with Valerie and
eventually gets the whole ugly story; sudden wealth burns a hole
in David's pocket; Clare notes
that preparing for the crew race makes Steve a changed man.
Mark: Dalton James.
|182||BH-710||11/20/96||11/17/96||10/16/96||2196181||Lost In Las Vegas|
|While Ray Pruit (Jamie Walters)
performs in Las Vegas, the town also welcomes the
manic-mannered David, his guests Val, Steve and Clare, and his money,
soon parted from a fool.
Melanie: Allison Smith. Linda: Karen Roe. Gail: Michelle Mitchel.
|183||BH-711||11/27/96||11/24/96||10/25/96||2196182||If I Had A Hammer|
|After a bizarre outburst, David
undergoes psychiatric observation; Kelly and Mark have a less
than excellent Thanksgiving adventure; and not even Chancellor Arnold
can save Steve from his latest error.
Dr. Tate: Tony Todd. Professor Randall: Scott Paulin. Dean Whitmore: Gregg Daniel.
|Steve's guilty plea averts a hearing
for him, but Prof. Randall (Scott Paulin) pursues a case
against Brandon, who's innocent; David hedges on buying into
Valerie's club; Donna clashes
with her mother (Katherine Cannon) over David;
Kelly throws a surprise party for Mark's Birthday.
Chancellor: Nicholas Pryor. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell.
|Valerie and Kelly are paired in the
Christmas gift exchange; Kelly gets a big surprise from her
father; Steve's mom and Clare's pop (Christina Belford, Nicholas Pryor)
and David wants to get on the good side of Donna's
mother (Katherine Cannon).
Clarence Fountain and the Blind Boys
of Alabama perform at the Peach Pit After Dark.
Joy: Ruth Livier.
|An old friend from Buffalo (Kane Picoy)
surprises Valerie; Brandon and Mark learn they've
applied for the same prestigious job interview; Donna proves to be
a lifesaver when she fills in at her dad's office.
Mark: Dalton James.
|187||BH-715||1/15/97||1/12/97||12/04/96||2196186||The Phantom of C.U.|
|Clare arranges a date for Kelly;
Steve meets a prankster during his penance for cheating; Donna's
stint on TV nets her an unwanted fan;
David becomes suspicious of Tom (Kane Picoy).
Evan: Trevor Edmond. Larry Lincoln: Grayson McCouch. Tony: Will MacMillian.
|Donna thinks she knows the identity
of her stalker, who turns up the heat; Tracy's old boyfriend
(Cameron Hill) interrupts her weekend alone with Brandon at
her parents' ranch; Steve leads frat
brothers in a sewing circle to salvage an investment; David and Tom
team up to produce a
pre-Super Bowl party at the club.
Dick: Dan Gauthier. Tom: Kane Picoy
|Donna is denied a restraining order
against Slan (David Bowe); Tracy lets slip those three little
words to Brandon; Clare and Steve's weekend housesitting prompts talk of
affection between Tom and Kelly may add an extra dimension when
Brandon and Tom face off
in a hockey Game.
|190||BH-718||2/05/97||2/02/97||1/21/97||2196189||We Interrupt This Program|
|Donna's stalker makes his identity
known-on TV, with a gun in his hand. Meanwhile, Steve and
Clare try to cool the burgeoning romance bewteen their parents
(Christina Belford, Nicholas Pryor).
|191||BH-719||2/12/97||2/09/97||1/29/97||2196190||My Funny Valentine|
|On Valentine's Day, an ex-beau surprises
Donna; Valerie's mother (Michelle Phillips) visits;
Steve commits yet another error with Clare; Valerie confesses a
weakness to Kelly;
Chloe (Natalia Cigliuti) opens for Luther Vandross at the Peach Pit
and Tracy gets a big surprise from Brandon.
Cliff: Greg Vaughn
|192||BH-720||2/19/97||2/16/97||2/10/97||2196191||With This Ring|
|Kelly learns the cause of the friction
between Tracy and Brandon; Chloe (Natalia Cigliuti) gives
David her opinion regarding Donna and Cliff (Greg Vaughn);
Clare urges Steve to give his
brother (Randy Spelling) an advanced talk about the
birds and the bees;
Valerie's mother (Michelle Phillips) is told the facts behind her
[Fox has this listed as the 200th episode]
|A magazine writer (Suzanne Turner)
hangs out with Valerie for a piece on L.A.'s cool people;
Donna wavers between her two suitors; Clare and Kelly do some flirting
in Palm Springs;
a tragedy befalls Steve and Brandon's basketball partner.
Roger: Joe Michael Burke. Dean: Richard Ruccolo. Dick: Dan Gauthier. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon.
|194||BH-722||3/05/97||3/02/97||2/25/97||2196193||A Ripe Young Age|
|David meets Donna's grandmother
(June Lockhart), who tells them of the love of her life;
Valerie befriends a hot new actor (Jason Lewis), while Kelly does
the same with a youngster
(Sam Saletta) she suspects is a runaway; Steve gets into a sticky
situation regarding a class project.
Chuck Grant: Matthew Fairchild. Sarah: Barbara Allyne Bennet.
|Joey (Sam Saletta) returns to Kelly's
place; Rob (Jason Lewis) asks Valerie's advice on a film
script; spring-break plans separate Tracy and Brandon;
David is present when Donna's father
(Michael Durrell) is stricken ill; Steve is taken aback by
Clare's contact with her male side, just as she hoped.
Alan: Richard C. Hearst. Mrs. Merrick: Marnie McPhail. Dr. Abrams: Bruce French. Tracy: Jill Novick.
|In Hong Kong, Brandon's father (James
Eckhouse) queries him about his feelings for Kelly, who, meanwhile,
is at home drowning her sorrows. Elsewhere, Donna and her mother
(Katherine Cannon) disagree about what's best for Dr. Martin's
recovery; Valerie turns green after Rob's manager (Richard C. Hearst)
pairs him with another client (Paige Rowland) for a big party.
Rob: Jason Lewis. Kelly's Companion: Scott Gurney. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell.
|Mariah, the writer whom Brandon met in Texas,
comes to L.A. with her book on angels, and her quick kinship with Kelly
bothers Tracy. Meanwhile, it's thumbs up for Rob's performance, but
thumbs down for the rest of his movie; Clare has a computer crisis and
blames Steve; David marks a special anniversary with Donna.
Tracy Gaylian: Jill Novick. Rob: Jason Lewis. Mariah: Maia Campbell. New Age Artist: Kim Robertson.
|198||BH-726||4/16/97||4/13/97||4/02/97||2196197||The Long Goodbye|
|After Brandon breaks up with Tracy, Valerie's
meddling jeopardizes his future plans with Kelly; Donna spies her mother
with an old flame at a campus talent show, where "shower singer" Clare
takes the stage on a suggestion from Steve-who thinks the idea's all
wet when he hears her.
Tracy Gaylian: Jill Novick. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon.
|199||BH-727||4/23/97||4/20/97||4/07/97||2196198||I Only Have Eyes For You|
|Valerie and Kelly each get a look at the
other's journal, but only one takes the high road; a car-museum employee
(Ken Weiler) sets up Steve and Brandon for a problematic ride in an
electric car, which delays Brandon's attempt to fulfill a childhood
dream for Kelly.
Dom DeLuise: Magic Morton.
|200||BH-728||4/30/97||4/27/97||4/15/97||2196199||All That Jazz|
David takes Donna on a one-night business trip to New Orleans, with
unfortunate consequences; relations become strained between Steve's
mother and Clare's father; Brandon nurses the flu-stricken Kelly and
Valerie, who relive how they became enemies.
Chancellor Arnold: Nicholas Pryer. Samantha Sanders: Christina Belford. Prof. Langely: Olivia Brown. Derek Driscoll: Corin Nemec. Martin Burns: Michael D. Roberts. Ellen: Julie Nathanson.
|Mother's Day is a tough time for Clare, who
misses hers; and for Kelly, who fears she may be one. Meanwhile, Valerie
schemes to get David to buy her out of their club.
Chancellor Arnold: Nicholas Pryer. Derek Driscoll: Corin Nemec. Jackie: Ann Gillespie. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Prof. Langley: Olivia Brown.
|Steve's father doesn't offer the
post-graduation future Steve had planned on; Kelly finds her dad with
Valerie, who gets devastating news from Mr. Taylor; and
Steve's further frustrated when Clare's pop asks her to move to Paris
with him. Meanwhile, Kelly also receives disturbing medical news; and
Donna flakes on her last final exam.
Rush Sander: Jed Allan. Bill Taylor: John Reilly. Derek Driscoll: Corin Nemec. Prof. Corin Langely: Olivia Brown. Dr. Baldwin: Mary Layne.
|On commencement eve, Kelly keeps cool toward
her father (John Reilly), but she's hot on ousting Valerie from the
Walsh house; Donna decides it's time for her to move to a new level
with David; and Steve plans "the best senior prank ever." Then, Valerie
disrupts graduation day for Kelly, a day that also becomes flawed for
Steve. Music group the Cardigans have a cameo.
Celia: June Lockhart. Rush Sander: Jed Allan. Bill Taylor: John Reilly. Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Ryan Sanders: Randy Spelling. Mel Silver: Matthew Laurance. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Chancellor Arnold: Nicholas Pryor. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell. Muntz: Ryan Thomas Brown. Joy Taylor: Ruth Livier.
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The television universe is estimated at 95.9 million homes. One rating point is equal to 959,000 TV homes. Starting the week of 9/16/96, the television universe is estimated at 97.0 million homes. One rating point is equal to 970,000 TV homes. A share is the percentage of TVs that are turned on that are tuned to the program.
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