90210 Episode Scripts

N/A - To New Beginnings!

Pencils down, everybody.
- Blue books back to me, everybody.
- See you.
Summer school's over.
Naomi, summer school's over! Summer school's over? Oh, my God! Adios, summer school! Suck it, summer school.
- What's up? - How are you? - I'm fine.
- I'm good.
I mean So the end of summer party's still good for you? Yeah, sure.
We'll talk then.
What's this? You two talking? Are we back together? Oh, what did I miss? No, you just interrupted an ordinary moment by making it extremely awkward.
See you.
Never you mind, darling.
Let's hit the beach.
Hey! We're free.
How long we've been at school! I call shotgun.
We're on summer vacation, suckers.
Thank you, Doug.
To the beach, girls.
- Hi, Julian.
- Hey, Naomi.
Why are you giggling like that? Oh, my God, Jason is so witty.
Wait, Jason, the guy you met at Barney's? The guy who's twice your age? You should have heard her in class today.
She's obsessed.
This is good.
I am finally going out with a real man.
- He's so - Old? - Brilliant.
He reads books, you guys, for fun.
Yeah, like Lolita.
I'm telling you, the minute I met him, a thrill went up my spine.
Excuse me, Naomi.
Hey, there's a delivery here for one of your guests.
- Adrianna Tate-Duncan? - That's me.
Thanks, Julian.
- Another script? - "Monica Lewinsky, a Movie Musical"? - She is so annoying.
- Who, Monica Lewinsky? Am I the only one who thought she had talent - as a bag designer? - Yes.
Haven't you told your mom you don't wanna act? Yeah, I think she thinks that I'm gonna cave in, but I'm not.
I am done.
I don't care if she kicks me out of the house.
I'm done with drama on camera and off.
Taking drugs, going to rehab, getting pregnant, deciding to give the baby up.
It really took it out of me.
You wanna be no-drama Adrianna.
No drama.
I just wanna be a normal teenager.
Hell to the yes.
I hear you.
To being teenagers.
- To being teenagers.
- To being teenagers.
Madison, Henly, out of the pool.
Either the club's having a show of fashion don'ts or summer school's out for the day.
Actually, summer school's out forever.
Yeah, we have nothing to do but just hang out here at the club.
I'm sure you're thrilled to the gills about that.
You know what? Would you guys like to come to our end of summer bash? I think I'm gonna pass.
If it were up to me, under-18s wouldn't be allowed to spend time at the club without parental supervision.
Well, if were up to me, over-50s wouldn't be allowed to wear sleeveless shirts.
Diving time.
Okay, I'm ready.
- I'm ready.
- One, two, three.
He looks so cute.
Ade, are you okay? Yeah.
Yeah, I just I guess I can't just snap my fingers and become a normal teenager.
But it's okay.
You know, it's fine because I am making different choices.
I am not taking drugs.
I am taking my time in my relationship.
You know, I'm waiting for the right time to have sex.
- I'm sure Navid's loving that.
- He gets it.
- He's really understanding.
- Understanding-slash-gay.
He is so not gay, Naomi.
- He is very, very not gay.
- Okay.
He knows I wanna wait, so he wants to wait too.
Dude, I'm so getting laid.
Hold on.
Hold on.
Wait, I thought Adrianna wanted to wait.
Oh, we did.
We waited and waited.
And last night, she thanked me for being so patient.
And then she said she didn't want sex to eclipse everything in our relationship.
And I said, "No, no, it won't.
" And then she said: "I know.
" And then she said she was ready, right? Didn't have to.
If she knows, there's nothing to worry about, - and we're good to go.
- Gotcha.
But, yeah, I kind of need some help.
Go buy the Kama Sutra.
I'm not showing you how.
No, not the how, the where and the when.
I'm thinking of coming up with something special.
- You know what you need to do? - What? Trick out a cabana at your beach club.
Keep talking.
I don't know, fill it up with roses, candles.
Maybe buy some champagne.
- Yeah, non-alcoholic for Ade.
- Cool.
Maybe make a cool mix CD to set the mood.
- You know.
- Like a sex jams CD? Yeah.
I like it.
But what songs you think I should put on it? - Well, obviously "Sex Machine.
" - Obviously, yeah.
- Dude, I'm kidding.
- Yeah, me too.
Look, remember, sex is more romantic for girls than it is guys.
So think Feist, Norah Jones.
I don't wanna fall asleep.
Hey, hey, believe me, you won't.
It's gonna be a big night, my friend.
Let's do this.
- That's what I'm talking about.
- Here.
Let's go.
- I'm so getting laid! Yeah! - Navid.
This is all Ethan's fault.
He scrambled me up about everything.
Honestly, it's like he got into my head and I just short-circuited.
I can't even tell what I want anymore.
But you're still talking with Dixon tomorrow, right? - What are you gonna say? - I have absolutely no idea.
I keep going back and forth.
Children, they are both children.
Silver, I don't know why you're so stuck on high school boys.
High school boys know nothing about - Books? - For one thing.
How to pleasure a woman for another.
Jason has these hands.
They're like man hands.
I'm telling you, I cannot wait to have those hands all over this corpus Okay, Naomi, those kinds of thoughts you need to keep inside your head.
Okay, I'm just saying, Liam's hands weren't nearly as big and meaty as Jason's.
- Big and meaty? - Yeah, what about Liam? What? Where is he? What's he up to? I heard that he moved back to Long Island.
Yeah, he's probably tormenting some hair-sprayed chick with French-manicured toenails as we speak.
- Vomit.
Thank God I got over that jerk.
- Amen.
It's actually ridiculous how long it took me to get over him.
He screwed that little skank in my bed.
You think that would've done the trick.
Okay, wait, I have to point something out.
You didn't actually find Annie in bed with Liam.
You found her wrap.
That's circumstantial evidence.
Silver, she did it.
She slept with my man in my bed and then she called the cops on my party.
Thirty people heard her.
Okay, I know that she called the cops.
I'm not saying Annie's not a rat.
She's a rat.
But, come on, a skank? I don't know.
No, I know.
She did it.
Okay? And she needs to be punished.
What? I wondered if you wanted to go for a walk.
Check out the new neighborhood.
Get a little sun.
No, I don't.
Annie, what's wrong? Other than the fact that you, for some reason, will not leave my room? Flip.
- Oh, my God.
- What? Oh, he's here.
- Who? - Jason.
Man-Hands? I did not know he belonged to the club.
You guys have to meet him.
- Daddy's here! - Daddy! How are you? Hi, honey.
Look, I'm glad that you're trying to get over Mr.
Man-Hands, but do you really think that exercise is the key? Exercise? Who said anything about exercise? I'll show you how I'm gonna get over Jason.
Oh, speak of the devil.
There he is.
Act natural.
That's Tennis Guy.
Oh, is he hot or is he hot? - Jason who, right? - He's hot.
What's with the squint? - Just looking for a wedding ring.
- Oh, come on.
Believe it or not, I haven't actually played that much tennis.
I'm sure I'll pick it up pretty quick though.
Well, I'm no expert, but I'm thinking we should be on opposite sides of the net.
No, I'm just warming up my old serve.
Hey, listen, remember the objective of the game is to Hit the ball into Tennis Guy's court.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God, oh, my God.
I am so, so sorry.
- Pink, huh? - Yeah.
That way I can tell they're mine.
I'm very possessive when it comes to balls.
- You could always go by the numbers.
- I don't do anything by the numbers.
Well, I gotta say I like the way you handle balls.
Gosh, the way you're saying that, it almost sounds sexual.
Silver, it's meant to.
Hey, so do you girls go to school around here? - Yeah, West Beverly - Do we look like we're in high school? West Beverly? I'm starting there this semester.
You are? I was going to Exeter for the last couple of years, but I don't know, I guess I just missed L.
You know, the weather, the beach, mostly the girls.
- I'm Teddy.
- Naomi.
- Nice to meet you.
- This is Silver.
- Silver, with her silver tongue.
- Flirt with her.
This whole Vicky Cristina Barcelona thing's not really my cup of tea.
Sure thing, Vicky.
No, she's just very serious about her tennis.
Teddy? Ade? Teddy? Oh, my God.
You two know each other? Guys, this is Teddy.
Teddy Montgomery, my old boyfriend from summer camp.
- It's so nice to see you.
- It's so nice to see you.
All right, burgers will be up in a minute.
Here you go, Harry.
Here's your beer.
To new beginnings.
- New beginnings.
- New beginnings.
Is that some kind of jab at me? Of course not.
We're just celebrating.
Come on, Annie.
We've got a new house, a new school year.
Grandma's got a show in Vegas.
Things are good.
So, Annie, are you going to this party at the Beach Club? Yeah, right.
Annie, I think that you do need a new beginning.
You decided to call the cops on the party.
Your friends are mad at you.
Deal with it.
I'm not hungry.
No, honey, we're here as a family.
Don't go.
- This is nice.
- Let her go, Deb.
Whatever this is, she's gonna have to deal with it.
Dixon? Okay, okay, just drive somewhere.
Anywhere that's not here.
Okay? I need to talk to you.
All right.
I'm so completely mind-boggled by the fact that Tennis Guy Teddy is Teddy Montgomery.
Athletic, charming and oh, yes, his dad is one of the biggest movie stars in the universe, but I can't date him because he used to date my best friend.
Hey, honestly, Naomi, that was like years ago.
He's all yours.
Trust me.
No way, you were crazy about that guy.
What if you change your mind? - I have a boyfriend.
- It's okay.
This place is loaded with man meat.
Just need to find myself a nice fresh side of beef.
How about an old maggoty married side of beef? So, what is it? What's going on? Okay, something happened on the night of prom.
Something bad.
I did something really bad.
I think maybe I know.
What do you mean? You slept with Liam, huh? What? I mean, look, I know before you told me that you didn't, but you can tell me the truth.
You know, I'm not gonna judge you or anything.
No, I'm sorry.
What? You know what you gotta do now, right? You gotta apologize to Naomi.
That's what you think? Yeah, I do.
And I think you have a problem with apologizing.
What? Come on, I spent the whole summer in summer school because of you.
And you never apologized once.
That's pretty messed up.
Oh, my God.
You can't do it, can you? You can't say you're sorry.
Two words: "I'm sorry.
" No? You're incredible.
You know what? Screw you, Dixon! Screw you, too, Annie.
- Hey, how you doing, Julian? - Hey, Navid, what's up? - Hey, so good to see you.
- How you been? Good.
Yeah, I just came here to rent a cabana.
- Absolutely.
- Yes.
Yeah, just have your parents come in and sign for it.
- My parents, right.
- You gotta be over 18.
What was I thinking? No problem, man.
No, I'll just send for them.
- That's a good rule.
- Okay.
I am not going to this party, Dixon.
- You can't leave me here.
- Watch me.
The world doesn't revolve around you, Annie.
I'm telling you I'm not talking to you.
- Come on, Naomi.
You are.
- No.
- You see, you're talking.
- You're married.
Technically, yes.
But not in here.
You know, when we met at Barney's, I've never felt like that before.
It sent a thrill up my spine.
It did? Are you kidding me? You're a special girl and I think what we have between us is special.
I know it's a little inconvenient that I'm married, but I'm sure we can find some way of working around it.
Because I think we're bigger than labels.
And I do know you, Naomi, and you know me.
Jason, hold that thought.
What are you doing here, Annie? Oh, Naomi, I don't wanna be here, believe me.
I will be gone soon.
Don't turn your back on me.
I did not have sex with Liam, Naomi.
Yeah, right.
And you didn't call the police either, did you? Get out of here and stay the hell away from me.
- Is everything okay, sweetheart? - No.
You think you know me.
You don't know me.
I may be a lot of things, but I will tell you what I'm not.
I am not a cheating skank.
Are you okay? Hey, Dixon.
Hey, Julian, I think he needs some water.
I don't know what's wrong.
- Okay, just take a sip.
- I'll get some help.
You'll feel better.
Hey, thanks, man.
Navid, Navid.
- All right, are we good? - So good.
All right, look, look, look.
- You'll be even better later.
Trust me.
- All right.
- You never forget your first time, man.
- Let's go down in history.
Hey, Navid.
Navid? Teddy, this is my boyfriend, Navid.
- Hi.
- Navid, this is Teddy.
- Navid, good to meet you, man.
- Nice to meet you.
We went to summer camp together.
I've known him since I was, what? - Eight.
- Eight? That's crazy.
Right? What's in the bag? You know, my mom, she was here the other day and she forgot some stuff, so I'm gonna go just stash it in the car.
But I'll be right back.
- Nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you.
- Bye.
- Okay.
So cool party, huh? - Yeah, it's cool.
- Cool.
So you wanna go? Yeah.
So Well I guess it's time to talk.
Look, do you wanna be back together? Well, good, because what I was gonna say was I missed you.
I missed you too.
Look, Dixon, it's me.
I can't find you and I need to get out of here.
Okay? At least just give me the keys so I can just wait in the car.
Okay? Please.
Please, call me back.
- I'm Mark.
- Yeah, I know who you are.
You're a junior.
Or a senior now.
Wait a sec, I know you.
You're the principal's daughter.
You are the one that called the cops on Naomi Clark's party.
Look, I really don't feel like talking, okay? Well, how about drinking? Why not, right? Why not? Hey, Vicky.
- Vicky - It's Silver, actually.
Is this your phone? I found it by the beach.
- Yeah, thank you.
- Unless, maybe I got a text from someone named Ethan saying - Stop it.
- "I've decided to stay in Montana.
The worst part is leaving you.
I'm still thinking about that kiss.
" It's not funny, Teddy.
Do you want to - go somewhere more private maybe? - Stop.
Yeah, we should stop.
- What? - Or stop.
We can stop.
That's an option.
Navid, we've talked about this, about waiting.
We have waited and I thought we mastered the whole waiting thing.
I thought maybe we were ready to not wait.
We love each other and I thought this would be a physical manifestation of our multifaceted, emotional, intellectual love.
Sex changes things though.
Yeah, and change is good.
Change we can believe in.
You know what? This not-sleeping-together thing, this is already a big change for me.
Okay? I used to meet someone, sleep with him immediately and then it was just sex, sex, sex.
Sex everywhere.
Sex all the time.
Sex Sounds awful.
After sex comes drama.
It's inevitable.
Okay, this is really hard for me.
But I do know that I don't want my life filled with drama.
I wanna be normal.
I wanna be no-drama Adrianna.
Then I'll just be no-sex Navid.
Are you mad? At you? Never.
Hey, how'd you score a cabana? Here, go ahead.
Knock yourself out.
Come on.
- No.
- Come on.
No, no, no.
No, Mark.
- Hey, Dixon, right? - Yeah, man.
How's it going? Good music.
Pretty girls.
Can't complain.
Yeah, I hear you.
Hey, you haven't seen Silver, have you? She's about yay high, a Rihanna bob? Oh, yeah.
She's probably off texting that dude.
What dude? Some Ethan character's messing with her head.
- About what? - I don't know.
They kissed.
I don't know.
I have no idea.
She is a prickly one, that Silver.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- How's it going? - It's good.
Just, you know, getting the lay of the land.
Hey, do you recognize this? - Is this? - Oh, yeah.
- Oh, God.
- Yeah, we scored second place at the camp talent show dancing to that song.
Come on.
Let's do our thing.
- Teddy, that was like four years ago.
- Follow my lead.
Give me some of that.
Gee, look at him.
He's so frigging hot.
He's the answer to all my problems.
If only Ade hadn't banged him, I'd be all over that.
Excuse me? For real.
I'd do him right here, right now.
- Wait, Ade had sex with that guy? - Oh, relax, not recently.
Way back when they used to date, which doesn't help me much.
I can't go there, because he was her first.
- Yeah.
You never forget your first.
- Exactly.
What is that? - You and me, we're done.
- What? Why don't you text Ethan and cry on his shoulder about it? - Hey, want one? - Hey.
- Are you okay? - Yeah, terrific.
Couldn't be better.
Where is that girl? - Of all the low-down, awful, dirty - Listen, whatever you think Think? I don't think, I know because I saw it with my own eyes.
- What did you see? - My cabana.
- What? - I came down to the club tonight to start decorating it for my daughter's very special 6th birthday tomorrow, only to find that it has been completely trashed.
And I am sure one of you did it.
Someone trashed your "cabana"? That's why you're upset? Jeez.
Which one of you did it, huh? Which one of you left behind this "sex jams" CD? Fine.
I'll shut down the music and we'll all wait around until someone admits to it.
Oh, man, this is embarrassing.
I'm Teddy.
Teddy Montgomery.
Oh, and this is yours? Well, actually it's my father's.
Maybe you've heard of him, Spence Montgomery? Spence Montgomery.
- Of course, as in? - As in.
He doesn't like to sign out the cabanas at the front desk.
You never know who's gonna tip off the paparazzi.
- I'm sure you understand.
- Of course.
And anyway, he told me he made a huge mess down here.
I was supposed to take care of it, but I got caught up.
- And I'm really sorry.
- I think I can let it go just this once.
Really? Yeah, you just tell your dad he owes Bitsy Epstein one.
Oh, does he ever.
Oh, hey, could I just get his CD back? Of course.
- Thank you.
- Okay, that was incredible.
Okay, two questions.
Whose was it? And what the hell is a sex jams CD? Hey, Teddy, thanks a lot.
You just ruined my whole life.
I can't breathe.
Oh, sweetie, it's gonna be okay.
I'm sorry I didn't tell you guys I was texting Ethan.
I was just so confused.
So he's gonna stay in Montana.
- And when I found out - The choice was easy? No.
Well, yeah, but not like that.
When I learned that Ethan was moving across the country, it suddenly became clear.
Because I wasn't disappointed.
I was relieved.
And then, I imagined, what if Dixon moved across the country? And I thought if I lost Dixon I wouldn't be able to breathe.
And I can't breathe.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- I can't breathe.
- Hey.
- Man, do it! - Do it, bro.
Get a car.
Where's Silver? I hope she's okay.
I know.
I've never seen her so sad in, like, a non-bipolar state.
Hi-ho, Silver! How you doing? You know what? I'm okay.
Because I'm gonna get him back.
Me and Dixon, we are not done.
- I'm done.
I'm done.
- You sure? Am I sure? She's been texting Ethan? I'm done.
I'm doner than done.
I'm overcooked.
And Silver, she's dead to me, man.
I'm officially single.
Officially single.
Hey, ladies, how you doing? Dixon Wilson.
What do we think about Tom from the water polo team? He's tall, handsome, he doesn't drive the best car - Naomi - No, you're right actually, cars matter.
What about Diego? You guys remember him? He was in my Spanish class last year.
I thought he was a language genius.
- Turns out he was Spanish.
- I gotta stop you.
Got something against Spaniards? I have something against you going from guy to guy to guy.
- I mean, seriously, slow down.
- I can't.
- Why? - It doesn't matter.
- It does.
Why are you so desperate? - Because.
Because if I don't have another guy to focus on, then all I can think of is Liam.
- I thought you were over him.
- Yeah, well, I'm not.
I really wish I were, but I'm not.
- Why didn't you tell us? - Because I should be over him.
Because he cheated on me and then moved to another fricking state.
But if I don't have someone else to distract me 24/7, then my mind just goes right back to him.
And all I can think about is Liam, Liam, Liam.
- Liam.
- Yeah, Liam.
No, Liam.
Naomi, I gotta talk to you.
- Hey, what's up? - Not much.
All right, well, I'll see you around.
- No way.
- Dude, I'm telling you.
The principal's daughter? Bull.
You know, I expected such skepticism, which is why I was sure to get proof.
What is it they say? "A picture is worth a thousand words"? I thought I told you to stay the hell away from me.
I bet Naomi'd like to see that.
- See what? - Nothing.
It's just this - No.
- It's not nothing.
Oh, my God.
Is that naked girl Annie? Whoa, hey, what are you doing? - What did you? - Thank you very much.
Naomi, there you are.
- Are you okay? - Oh, yeah.
Yeah, much better now.
You know what? I have a feeling this is gonna be our year.