The entire 90210 gang — minus Adrianna, who pretty much just ate ice cream and giggled — faced their biggest fears this week.
Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) proposed having one last day of “crazy Silver fun” on the Oct. 22 episode of 90210, which used to mean throwing wine bottles at your teacher and lighting your boyfriend’s front lawn on fire. Fortunately, Silver (Jessica Stroup) has grown quite a bit since season one, so she spent the day conquering her fear of acrobatics and such.
Good grief! The Oct. 8 season premiere of ‘90210’ was somehow a romantic comedy, a medical drama & an episode of ‘TRL.’ And it was phenomenal.
I have a million things to say about 90210‘s fifth season premiere, so let’s start with Dixon (Tristan Wilds): Did anyone really think he was going to die? Honestly, now. We all knew he wasn’t one of those other three randos in the morgue — rest in peace, brothers — but at least his lingering fate finally gave Shenae Grimes a chance to remind us all what an A+ actress she is.
Plus, whose honeymoon has to be put ‘on hold?’ Stop reading now if you don’t want to get spoiled!
90210‘s fourth season finale left us with a parade of unanswered questions, and The CW’s official description for the show’s Oct. 15 episode, “The Sea Change,” pretty much answers them all — including whether or not Dixon (Tristan Wilds) survived his head-on collision with a tractor trailer.
Plus, Shenae tells HollywoodLife.com about her ‘amazing’ reunion with on-screen mom Lori Loughlin.
The fifth season premiere of 90210 is going to be a big one for the Wilson family — and not just because we’ll finally learn how Dixon (Tristan Wilds) is faring after his seemingly fatal car accident. The Oct. 8 episode also features the return of Lori Loughlin as Mama Wilson, and Shenae Grimes told HollywoodLife.com she couldn’t be more excited to have (almost) the whole Wilson clan back together.
Jessica gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on all things season five — including who SHE thinks Silver should be with!
Jessica Stroup is a busy girl these days. Along with promoting her upcoming movie Ted — she hints that her character has an underlying crush on the titular bear — she’s also embarking on a new partnership with AXE Hair. But her hectic schedule pales in comparison to the whirlwind life of her 90210 persona Silver, and Jessica was happy to give HollywoodLife.com the scoop on what’s to come in season five.
Two major couples are on the rocks! Do you think they’ll be able to work things out?
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.
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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.”
This episode wasn’t called ‘Greek Tragedy’ for nothing! (RIP ‘Lannie.’)
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.
‘90210’ returned Sept. 12 with a bang — well, more like a bong. Let’s dissect the big premiere, shall we?
Remember all those really interesting, juicy plot twists that came about at the end of 90210‘s third season — like Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) being pregnant and Annie (Shenae Grimes) inheriting a butt-load of money? I hope you weren’t as into them as I was, because the fourth season premiere pretty much wiped the whole slate clean.
But even this hard-nosed journalist couldn’t solve the mystery of why Joe Jonas agreed to literally play himself.
Erin Silver (Jessica Stroup) might just be television’s 90210‘s most intrepid reporter. It’s even more impressive when you consider that she’s only a senior in high school, and still under 18. (Hands off, Mr. Cannon!) On the Nov. 8 episode, Silver channeled her inner-Katie Couric once again to help Navid (Michael Stegers) expose his dad for using underage girls in his pornos. She also delivered the best, totally earnest line of the night: “I’m super excited to get into porn.” Once the secret was out, Navid made the mistake of blabbing to the new guidance counselor (aka Jennie Garth‘s cross-eyed, not-hot replacement), who took the news straight to the principal.
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