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Old 04-20-2016, 09:33 PM   #1
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Default Are the last 2 seasons worth watching?

I thought the first 2 seasons were brilliant. I have not watched the last 2 but I have read through the plots online. I feel like the show should have ended after the Challenger Explosion episode. The last episode Wedding Bells For Brandon seems like an awful way to end the series. I don't want to judge them just from the internet but I am hesitant to watch them. Are the last 2 seasons any good?
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Yes the last two seasons are great! They're much more colourful in an 80s way and the storylines are slightly more cheerful than the first two seasons. They also open a new restaurant/diner which adds to a nice change in scenery and setting.

They have good guest stars... Debarge, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Chad Allen etc.

And you get to see the kids grow up and cope with more teen issues. There are some episodes on YouTube, but the dvds are always a better bet for quality and the bonus Punky Brewster cartoons.
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Yes the last two seasons are great! They're much more colourful in an 80s way and the storylines are slightly more cheerful than the first two seasons. They also open a new restaurant/diner which adds to a nice change in scenery and setting.

They have good guest stars... Debarge, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Chad Allen etc.

And you get to see the kids grow up and cope with more teen issues. There are some episodes on YouTube, but the dvds are always a better bet for quality and the bonus Punky Brewster cartoons.
Not only that, but now that Henry has officially adopted Punky, the story lines are now more organic and easier to watch, now that Punky's parental situation isn't so tenuous. I say this largely as a result of the "Changes" story arc of season 2.
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All 4 seasons are great to watch! The last episode however---NO!
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