Liam (Matt Lanter) decided to relaunch his bar on 90210 — though he didn’t go with the Chippendales theme like I requested via e-mail — and he got a little help from that skank-of-many-names Vanessa (Arielle Kebbel.) I’m still not sure how I’m supposed to feel about Vanessa, but I will say I approve of her decorating skills… which basically call for a cardboard cut-out of Liam in every corner.
The Jan. 24 episode of 90210 was an emotional roller coaster for fans of Liam (Matt Lanter) and Annie (Shenae Grimes.) And just like a roller coaster, I ended the hour disoriented and ready to puke. That said, I’m over the moon that Annie’s bitchy side has once again decided to grace us with its presence, and I look forward to the shenanigans it will undoubtedly bring.
Both ladies rocked the vibrant red top and looked great, but they styled the get-up in two totally different ways! AnnaLynne McCord wore the KZ by Karen Zambos tunic, (which retails for $59 on QVC), as a dress, showing off her toned legs and working the look with black booties. The beautiful star finished off her flirty look with a messy bun — but that wasn’t the last time we spotted this top!
90210 finally returned Jan. 17, bringing new-and-improved versions of the characters we all know and love. Annie (Shenae Grimes) was richer, Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) was sluttier, and Liam (Matt Lanter) was more glamorous than ever. Seriously, he made a black eye look like black eyeshadow. Only more flawless.
All I want for Christmas was for Annie (Shenae Grimes) and Liam (Matt Lanter) to get back together, and what do you know, my big wish was finally granted on the Dec. 6 episode of 90210. Of course, their reunion didn’t come without a few (literal) bumps in the road. In fact, I’m not totally sure if they’re “back together” at all. Humbug!
We’ve seen quite a few characters come and go over the years on 90210, but no one received a farewell as emotional — and deserving — as Teddy (Trevor Donovan) was given on the show’s Nov. 29 episode. We’ve been anticipating his departure with dread since the news broke last summer, and I applaud the writers for sending him off in a way that was not only respectful of the character, but also satisfying to the show’s very loyal fans.
Liam’s (Matt Lanter) emotions took front and center on the Nov. 22 episode of 90210 when his dreams of a perfect Thanksgiving literally blew up in his face. In fact, the whole episode played out like a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving special — if Charlie Brown had perfect bangs, Snoopy was addicted to pills, and Lucy charged 5 cents for sex instead of therapy. Good grief!