90210 Scoop: Emily & Jasper Returning For 100th Episode

Mon, October 15, 2012 12:40pm EST by 14 Comments
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Abbie Cobb & Zachary Ray Sherman will reprise their gone-but-not-forgotten characters, HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively.

90210 is bringing back the ghosts of Annie’s (Shenae Grimes) past for the show’s upcoming 100th episode, airing later this year, which is sure to make for one crazy reunion — literally. Multiple sources confirm to HollywoodLife.com exclusively that Abbie Cobb (Annie’s psychotic cousin Emily from season three) and Zachary Ray Sherman (Annie’s drug-dealing boyfriend Jasper from season two) will both be featured on the milestone episode.

Emily, who temporarily lived with the Wilson family in season three, moved back home after failing to steal Annie’s life. Jasper was given considerably less closure, suddenly disappearing after a tense confrontation with Liam (Matt Lanter) on the second season finale.

I recently asked Matt about the highly anticipated 100th episode, and he teased a few dramatic reunions:

“We might see several past characters come back,” he told me. “We get a little bit of new information about what some of these characters have been up to. … I think they really wanted to pull a lot together for the 100th episode, and I think [they found an] organic way to bring back a lot of characters that people loved and hated.”

Well, Emily and Jasper definitely fall into the “hated” category. As for past characters we “loved,” I also looked into the possibility of Ethan (Dustin Milligan) paying the gang a visit from Montana — but it sounds like he’ll be a no-show.

Are you excited to find out what Jasper and Emily have been up to? And which other fan-favorites do you hope to see on the 100th episode? Drop a comment with your wish list below!

— Andy Swift

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