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Pete was arrested but would not implicate Ted and came close to being imprisoned as a result.
Pete's best friend Den Watts (Leslie Grantham) believed Ted had planted the stolen goods on purpose to get Pete in trouble.
In Season 3, Brandon developed a serious gambling problem, which Nat, his boss at the Peach Pit, bailed him out of after he got into trouble with a mobster bookmaker after Brandon placed a few too many sports bets that he could not cover.
Throughout the entire series, Brandon was involved in different journalism projects, from sports editor and co-chief of the Beverly Blaze in high school to co-editor of the CU Condor, a brief stint as news director at CUTV, and a year as student-body president (sophomore year).
One day Ted asked Pete if he could store some of his stuff in his lock-up overnight.
Pete agreed and that night the police came and found stolen goods in the lock-up.
She is currently still overseas, but supporting Frankie, Jamie took to Twitter in her defence and tweeted in a now-deleted post: 'I HATE how the papers make so much s**t up about my relationship.
After graduation from college, he and Steve spent a year cultivating the Beverly Beat, a small newspaper given to Steve by Rush.
He finally accepted a position with the Washington, D. He was the person many turned to when the chips were down—from Donna's expulsion from high school, to Brenda's many problems, to Kelly's drug problem, to Andrea's getting into Yale, to Valerie's suicide attempt, to Ray's lawsuit against Joe, to Steve's constant stunts, and even to Dylan's battle with drugs and alcohol and the murder of his wife.
Throughout its decade-long run, the series had substantial cast changes.
Jason Priestley portrays Brandon Andrew Walsh (main, season 1–9; special guest, season 10), the moral center of the show and the glue that holds the gang together (and Priestley was the group's off-screen "quarterback").