We Should Expect Nothing Less From A Trained Teen Crisis Hotline Counselor

November 13, 2012 / Posted by:

Remember that one episode of Beverly Hills 90210 where that smug, know-it-all hater Andrea Zuckerman doubted Brenda Walsh’s intentions when she said she was sick of shopping all the time and wanted to do something meaningful like volunteer at the teen crisis hotline? Andrea, who was like a teen crisis hotline leader or something, trained Brenda, but thought she was in it for the wrong reasons. Then Andrea had to eat it hard when Brenda came to the rescue of a rape victim and got the girl’s rapist arrested. Well, Andrea better put her dentures in, because she’s going to have to eat it again. Brenda Walsh has rescued another!

TMZ says that on Sunday night, one of Shannen Doherty’s fans threatened to end it all if she didn’t call them. (Fact: The fan wasn’t me, believe it or not.) It all started when a fan started sending Shannen several tweets including one where she said she was going to shoot herself dead if Brenda Walsh didn’t call her. Using the skills she learned at the teen crisis hotline center, Shannen found out that the girl lives in New Jersey and was able to get her home address. Shannen immediately called the Westampton Police Department and reported the suicide threat. The police paid a visit to the 27-year-old woman’s house. The woman and her family both told police that she’s not suicidal. After talking to her family, the police determined she wasn’t going to hurt herself.

In short: BRENDA WALSH SAVES LIVES!!!!

What can’t Brenda Walsh do? (“Well for one thing, the bitch can’t keep a man.” – that home wrecking slut Kelly Taylor)

The government should do what’s right and give Shannen Doherty the highest medal of courage. Shannen can put the medal on her mantel and it will look beautiful next to her Dean’s List certificate from Education Connection.

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