Step 1: Rehire Jason Priestley

The episode "Off the Rails," in which Silver (<a href="http://people.zap2it.com/p/jessica-stroup/486060">Jessica Stroup</a>) goes missing and learns she is manic-depressive has some of the best opening 10 minutes on TV, all thanks to guest director <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003456" title="Jason Priestley" href="/topic/entertainment/jason-priestley-PECLB003456.topic"><a href="http://people.zap2it.com/p/jason-priestley/1387">Jason Priestley</a></a>. The balance of energy, humor and cleverness built to a crescendo of excitement that surprised jaded viewers. And while Priestley's on set, you can always secretly tape him in his comeback as Brandon.<br>
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The episode "Off the Rails," in which Silver (Jessica Stroup) goes missing and learns she is manic-depressive has some of the best opening 10 minutes on TV, all thanks to guest director Jason Priestley. The balance of energy, humor and cleverness built to a crescendo of excitement that surprised jaded viewers. And while Priestley's on set, you can always secretly tape him in his comeback as Brandon.

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