Provider: Eastern (ET) Change
New Year's Eve tales include...stories of Steve's rowdy stepbrothers; Joe's pursuit of Donna's escaped bird; and the return of Susan's boyfriend---the one before Brandon. Jonathan: Carl T. Evans. Ryan: Randy Spelling. Austin: Travis Webster. Susan: Emma Ca (more…)
Kelly's father arrives intending to stay; Kelly again catches Colin on cocaine; Joe makes a professional call on Donna's father. Bill Taylor: John Reilly. Joan: Julie Parrish. Nat: Joe E. Tata. Realtor: Elaine Joyce. Kelly: Jennie Garth. Brandon: Jason Pri (more…)
Joe's condition becomes an issue between Brandon and Susan; Valerie (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) shares her suspicion that Kelly's using cocaine; Clare and Steve go to traffic school and wind up on a TV talk show. Lou: Emily Cutler. Max: Steve Vinovich. Dr. Ma (more…)
Kelly's roommates find her cocaine in their apartment, prompting her to move out; Valerie's old---and unwelcome---friend Ginger (Elisa Donovan) returns to town, breaking their deal; Joe becomes a minor casualty during a biplane flight with Jonathan, Brando (more…)
Clare bets Steve he can't fulfill his pledge of 24 hours of celibacy; Valerie sets up Ginger (Elisa Donovan) with Jonathan; Kelly lands in trouble on her quest for cocaine. Danny V: Gordon Currie. Sherry: Sheeri Rappaport. Kelly: Jennie Garth.
Brandon meets Susan's parents; Joe's brother (Bruce Thomas) is wary of Joe's planned surgery; Kelly reacts to the news that Valerie is seeing Colin, who lives to regret doing a favor for his dealer. Ruth: Kathleen Noone. Gerald: Guy Boyd. Kelly: Jennie Gar (more…)
On a wilderness outing, three comely campers distract Steve, Joe and Brandon from their dates. Meanwhile, Tara sabotages Kelly's relationship with Greg; Colin's father visits. Graham: Mike Genovese. Alice: Samantha Lemole. Tara: Paige Moss.
David E. Kelley co-wrote this quirky comedy about a town whose amateur hockey team comes into national prominence after a former resident writes an article about them. Russell Crowe, Hank Azaria. Donna: Mary McCormack. Burns: Burt Reynolds. Directed by Jay (more…)