The gang left Beverly Hills behind and got the full Vegas experience on the Nov. 8 episode of 90210, complete with gambling, partying — and an Elvis-officiated wedding that everyone involved will immediately regret. Oddly enough, though, this was the first episode in a few weeks where Annie (Shenae Grimes) didn’t do any prostitute-ing. So I guess they didn’t get the full Vegas experience.
The Nov. 1 episode of 90210 taught Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) a valuable lesson she really should have already known: When you film yourself making a private confession, it will always end up being seen by the exact person you don’t want to see it. Seriously, doesn’t she watch One Tree Hill?
No, Halloween didn’t come early. Naomi Clark (AnnaLynne McCord) is just crying terrifying clown tears in the above photo because Max (Josh Zuckerman) dumped her on the Oct. 18 episode of 90210. Though she helped him pull off a crazy magic show — which was so real I was convinced this was a Secret Circle crossover — he told her he couldn’t handle her also feelings for Austin (Justin Deeley.)
The Oct. 11 episode of 90210 served as an hour-long reminder of why I don’t get political: Everybody ends up getting hurt. Or they become prostitutes. Regardless, the gang had a rough go of things this week — and it might be too late for two fan-favorite couples to pick up the pieces.
Of all the lessons I learned from watching the Oct. 4 episode of 90210, the most valuable was how Liam (Matt Lanter) was able to turn a bar commercial into a Guys Gone Wild shoot in three easy steps: (1) Spill beer (2) Remove shirt (3) Add wind! And I’m glad business picked up, because if pregnant Jane (Kristina Apgar) spent one more day crying in that empty bar, they’d have to rename it “Tears and Beers.”
“Let The Games Begin” couldn’t be a more appropriate title for the Oct. 4 episode of 90210, because just as Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) prepares to dominate CU’s annual Greek Games, the men in her life — Austin (Justin Deeley) and Max (Josh Zuckerman) — will also be going head-to-head.
“Austin had no idea Naomi was involved with another guy,” Justin tells HollywoodLife.com. “Once he sees [Max], it becomes, ‘Well, I can’t lose to this guy.'”
I literally lost track of the number of emotional, dramatic speeches made by Liam (Matt Lanter) on the Sept. 27 episode of 90210 — but it’s OK, because he delivered them all with poise, beauty, and perfectly side-swept bangs. Though something tells me Annie (Shenae Grimes) didn’t quite appreciate his speech to her as much as I did, considering it ended with “I’ll always love you…” but we should really break up.