The final episode of 90210 is less than three weeks away, and The CW has finally released the official description of the episode. Along with the arrival of Prince Michael Jackson and the Goo Goo Dolls — I literally can’t imagine a more random pairing — the characters will “come together again after a traumatic event that makes them realize the importance of their relationships.”
The April 22 episode of 90210 picked up right where last week’s left off, with Annie’s (Shenae Grimes) former sugar daddy Patrick hand-delivering a package of judgment right to her front door. What transpired was the typical warm-and-fuzzy exchange you might expect between a former escort and her one-time John: ‘If you go public with our story, I’ll kill your brother.’ (OK, there’s a slight chance I paraphrased Patrick on that one, but it was pretty close.)
90210 returned April 15 with the first of its final five episodes (ever!) and it proved to be a rough night for our girl Annie (Shenae Grimes). Because she refused to come out as “Author X,” Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) threw a special masquerade ball for her book launch — but before the night was over, Annie was forced to rip off her proverbial mask, revealing herself to be the little smut peddler we’ve all known her to be.
In an effort to lift her spirits — divorce is super sad, you guys — Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) planned a little girls’ night out on the March 11 episode of 90210. But thanks to a few cups of Ivy’s “special” left-over tea, the girls woke up the next morning with no memories from the night before, including the identity of Naomi’s mystery groom!
Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) didn’t have time to save her marriage on 90210 this season, and she clearly doesn’t have time to mourn it, either. Robbie Jones joins The CW drama for its final six episodes beginning March 11, and he tells HollywoodLife.com that “sparks start flying” between Naomi and his character, Jordan Welland.
Now that we know our time with the 90210-ers is drawing to a close — the series finale airs May 13 — I’m reflecting on how much and why exactly I’ll miss them, which is what I pondered while watching the March 4 episode. Most of all, I’ll miss these kids’ uncanny ability to completely switch life directions on a weekly basis, then immediately achieving unfathomable success in their new field.
90210 looks to be going out with a bang — literally. The cast was spotted filming the final episode of The CW drama March 1 in Los Angeles, and everyone was on high alert. Not only was Michael Steger (aka Navid) seen being carried off in a stretcher, covered in soot, but Jessica Lowndes (aka No-Drama Adrianna) was also seen looking a little on the charred side.