Jul 29, 2014 9:49 AM EDT
James Shigeta, who co-starred in Die Hard and was one of the first successful Asian-American actors, died in his sleep Monday, Var… Read more
The trendy, long-running drama about pretty kids with ugly problems followed a pack of Gen-Xers from high school to post-collegiate life, while turning the cast into teen idols and helping Fox buff its youth-oriented image. Soapy and addictive, it tackled (more…)
Jim Walsh gets a promotion and the family must decide whether or not to stay in California or move back to Minnesota.
Baseball fever strikes when Brandon is asked to coach a little league team after his dad gets injured. Something that should be a lot of fun gets ruined by pushy parents, however, and Brandon ends up teaching his own team a lesson.
Brandon interviews a classmate, Roger, who's an outstanding athlete and student--and haunted by the overbearing success of his father.
The Walsh twins and all their friends are panicked by the upcoming SATs, but then everything gets put in perspective when Brenda finds a lump in her breast and faces a test no one can prepare for.
Steve's guilty plea averts a hearing for him, but Randall pursues a case against Brandon; David hedges on buying into Val's club; Donna clashes with her mother over David; Kelly throws a surprise party for Mark's birthday. Randall: Scott Paulin. Steve: Ian (more…)
Kelly gets a surprise from her father; Steve's mom and Clare's pop get chummy; David wants to get on the good side of Donna's mother. Clarence Fountain and the Blind Boys of Alabama perform at the Peach Pit After Dark. Joy: Ruth Livier. Samantha: Christina (more…)
An old friend surprises Valerie; Brandon and Mark learn they've applied for the same scholarship; Steve is hit on during a job interview; Donna proves to be a lifesaver when she fills in at her dad's office. Tom Miller: Kane Picoy. Dr. Martin: Michael Durr (more…)