advertisement Steve Sanders: Girls mature faster than guys. Brandon Walsh: Not in my house they don't. Brenda Walsh: You know what else you are? Brandon Walsh: Now, Bren, if you can't say something nice... Brenda Walsh: Seriously, Brandon... Brandon Walsh: Okay, Bren, what else am I? Brenda Walsh: No matter how crazed and bent out of shape I ever got, you were always there for me and I'll never forget it. You really are my best friend. Brandon Walsh: And I hope I always will be. Dylan McKay: You're on the ledge Silver. Don't jump. Kyle Conner: [after Kelly starts kissing him] Kelly I'm not into this. [David asking Steve if he could borrow $50] Steve Sanders: What do I look like, an ATM? [Dylan surprises Gina by showing up at a dance] Gina: Oh, my gosh! What are you... What are you doing here? Dylan: Well, as you never went to you own prom, I figured when you did, you might wanna go with someone whose voice had dropped. Gina: Has your voice dropped? I hadn't noticed. Brenda Walsh: [talking to Dylan as he climbs on his motorcycle] I like your butt... I mean your bike. Dylan McKay: Who needs TV? We've got Days of our Lives right here! Emily Valentine: This isn't Beverly Hills! It's Knot's Landing! Dylan McKay: [to Brenda] I loved you more than I ever thought I could love anybody. Maybe that was the problem. 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. Brenda Walsh: Dylan, I love you. I've never stopped loving you and I know now I never will. Dylan McKay: I'll applaud you from afar. Brenda Walsh: I want more than your applause. I won't be gone forever, Dylan. Give me something to come back to. Brandon Walsh: Look, David, we're putting out this issue with a tribute to Scott. David Silver: Why? So people can glance at it and then throw it in the garbage? Brandon Walsh: No, so people can get some idea about who he was. David Silver: Look, he was a jerk, okay? He was a jerk who blew himself away, that's who he was. You don't know. You left early. You missed out on the fun part when he picked up a loaded gun and twirled it around like he was Wyatt Earp. You weren't there to see him goof up and bleed all over his mom's Persian rug. Brandon Walsh: David, the microphone is on. David Silver: I don't care. No-one gave a rat's ass about Scott until he died. And I was the worst one of all! He was my best friend and I dropped him! Because he wasn't cool like you or Kelly or Steve. Brandon Walsh: David... David Silver: So they're looking at me. So what? They've been looking at me for days, Brandon! "Oh, poor David, is he going to be okay? I hope he hasn't cracked up yet." I can't even walk through the halls without someone in my face trying to cheer me up like they're my new best friend! Well what about my old best friend? It doesn't matter what you write about him in that paper, Brandon. It doesn't matter what you say about someone once they're gone. What matters is how you treat them when they're still here. [pause] David Silver: I guess you can quote me on that.