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Beverly Hills, 90210: Summer Storm

When Jack McKay is indicted on income tax evasion, Dylan goes out surfing in dangerous waters and is injured in the storm. The Walsh family take him to the hospital, but Jim is upset when he catches Brenda kissing Dylan. Meanwhile, Andrea, Donna, David and Brenda continue their acting class with Donna as Romeo and David as Juliet.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x3
Production Number: 2191024
Airdate: Thursday July 25th, 1991

Special Guest Stars
David LascherDavid Lascher
As Kyle Connors

Guest Stars
Ann GillespieAnn Gillespie
As Jackie Taylor
Michael St. GerardMichael St. Gerard
As Chris Suiter

Co-Guest Stars
Arthur BrooksArthur Brooks
As Jack McKay
David GibbsDavid Gibbs
As Security Guard
Mary IngersollMary Ingersoll
As Anchorwoman
Nathan LorchNathan Lorch
As Young Dylan
Richard DanielsonRichard Danielson
As Surfer Bob
Main Cast
Jason PriestleyJason Priestley
As Brandon Walsh
Shannen DohertyShannen Doherty
As Brenda Walsh
James EckhouseJames Eckhouse
As Jim Walsh
Carol PotterCarol Potter
As Cindy Walsh
Jennie GarthJennie Garth
As Kelly Taylor
Ian ZieringIan Ziering
As Steve Sanders
Brian Austin GreenBrian Austin Green
As David Silver
Tori SpellingTori Spelling
As Donna Martin
Gabrielle CarterisGabrielle Carteris
As Andrea Zuckerman
Luke PerryLuke Perry
As Dylan McKay
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
R.E.M.You Are the Everything 

Episode Quotes
Jackie Taylor: Oh, honey, I've given up every vice in the world, don't take away my tan.

Cindy: Out damn spot! Out, I say! Who would have thought the old pot to have so much dirt in it!

Dylan: Brandon, your dad is a lot of things, cool is not one of them.

Brenda: To be a bitch or not to be a bitch, that is the question.

Jackie Taylor: It's going to take me a while before I remember how to be sexy and charming without being inebriated.

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