Beverly Hills, 90210

The Long Goodbye - S7-E26

Corrected entry: In this episode, Steve asks Brandon if he'd ever heard Clare sing before (as she's pretty bad) and he says no. In Divas (when she showed up at his house when his parents were away and handcuffed herself to his bed) she sang while dancing for him - and actually had a pretty good voice.

Correction: I always assumed that Brandon just didn't want to relive that whole 'seduction scene'. He omitted the truth, this isn't a TV mistake.

Unnecessary Roughness - S7-E16

Corrected entry: At the Peach Pit After Dark, David and Tom are preparing for Super Bowl weekend. But the Super Bowl is played at the end of winter, and the gang is all about two weeks away from graduation, which occurs at the end of spring.

Cubs Fan

Correction: The graduation doesn't take place till episode 31, which aired in May. While preparations may have been made for graduations, they certainly were never 2 weeks away from graduation and no mistakes were made.

Bishop73

All That Jazz - S7-E28

Corrected entry: When Kelly and Valerie are discussing what happened outside Brandon's house two years ago, there are two flash-backs. In the first flash-back Valerie has her arms down along her body when she says "hello" to Kelly, but in the second flash-back her arms are crossed when she says "hello".

don_corleone

Correction: The flashbacks are told from both characters' points of view, and they each remember the event differently. That's why stance, tones of voice, and the conversation differ in each flashback.

Stand (Up) and Deliver - S1-E17

Visible crew/equipment: When Brenda is talking with Michael Miller, you can see a microphone come into the top of the frame.

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Brandon Walsh: It was good to see you back at the Peach Pit tonight. I know it took a lot of courage.
Brenda Walsh: Brandon, please, I've had quite enough praise for a while.
Brandon Walsh: All right, you're a huge loser. How's that?
Brenda Walsh: Oh, much better.

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Fade In, Fade Out - S6-E17

Trivia: At the Peach Pit After Dark, Steve and the gang screen the film Unholy Rollers (1972), in which Nat appears. Joe E. Tata, who plays Nat, actually had a supporting role in that film.

Cubs Fan
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