90210 Episode Scripts

N/A - What's Past is Prologue

Harry, this is Dana Bowen.
I'm sorry, I should've called.
No, no, don't be silly.
We're really glad that you're here.
Really, really glad.
- Would you like to have a seat? - Thank you.
Well, see, it's just that Dixon e-mailed me and he said he wanted to come to Phoenix for a visit.
And I kept trying to write back and Look, I must have started a dozen e-mails.
Then I thought maybe I should call.
But the truth was everything I wanted to say just seemed better in person.
So I jumped in the car and, well, here I am.
Way better than a phone call.
Hi, Annie.
What are you doing here? You two know each other? Yeah Last year, we headed down to Phoenix for spring break when we were supposed to be at Grandma's.
- What? - What? I'm sorry, I had no idea you didn't know.
No, look, we didn't tell you because we didn't want you to be upset.
Look, when we got to Phoenix, I couldn't even do it.
I couldn't even get out of the car.
I wasn't ready, I guess.
But now I am.
Here you are.
This is great.
But, look, I am sorry to intrude.
I passed a hotel on the way here, so I'm gonna stay there No, no, no.
You can stay here with us.
Right, Mom? Right, Dad? Absolutely.
We would love that.
So are you the kind of vegetarian that will occasionally eat Kobe beef? Not so much.
- Rack of lamb? - It's okay if we can't share a meal.
Come on, we have to share.
That is the whole point of being in a relationship, right? You get to try two dishes - when you go out to restaurants.
- Yeah, that is the whole point.
- Teddy.
- Hey, Teddy.
Of course, if you dated them, you could try three dishes.
Two is plenty.
You pick.
Anything but the vegetable medley.
Sorry about that.
This girl programmed it in and No, yup, I get it.
So, what can I get for you two? Teddy.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Chloe, remember? - I do.
- Long time no see.
Yeah, it's nice to see you.
So do you know what you want? Yeah.
I think I'll have the vegetable medley.
Okay, everybody, dig in.
Oh, actually, would you mind if we say grace? Of course.
That would be great.
- Who wants to? - I will.
For what we are about to receive, may the Lord make us truly thankful.
And may we always be mindful of the needs of others.
I haven't said that in a while, but it just came right back.
We must have said it every night, huh? Most nights.
- Would you pass the salad, please? - Oh, sure.
Thank you.
I don't have a lot of memories of when I lived with you, but, you know, sometimes it just comes back out of the blue.
Like when I eat tacos, I remember that we had tacos a lot.
So, what made you guys decide to move to Beverly Hills? Oh, well, actually, Harry grew up here.
Oh, no kidding.
Yeah, you know, when we finally moved here, it was like a huge culture shock all around.
You had, like, no adjustment problems.
He had no adjustment problems.
I mean, he's on the surf team.
I mean, hey, what can I say? I'm a natural athlete.
Hey, when I used to play Little League, we almost won the pennant, remember? That was a long time ago.
This kid died from using illegal drugs.
Come in.
- died from using prescription painkillers.
- Hey, boss.
What you up to? - Watching anti-drug PSAs.
Principal Wilson is making me produce one for the Blaze.
- Fun.
- Yeah, no kidding.
I swear, I'm going stir-crazy at home.
I can't wait to get back to school.
Yeah, I wouldn't say that too loud unless you wanna be called a geek.
- By who? - Me.
That the latest edition of the Blaze? Yeah It sort of features Naomi's first segment.
What? What do you mean? Who gave her the segment? - I left you in charge.
- I have classes, dude, okay? I can't squat in the media lab and guard all the equipment.
No, I didn't say you had to squat.
Is it awful? No.
It's worse than awful.
It's worse.
All right, West Bevvers, it's time for your about-to-be-favorite new segment brought to you by me.
So, you know, it's gonna be extra hot and spicy.
Blind item: What senior lacrosse star was seen hooking up with a not-so-virginal cheerleader outside Health class Monday? Hint: His initials are M.
And hers, Erin Graybridge.
Oh, yeah.
Let me tell you, they were definitely getting busy.
Lust is not really an issue for me, people, but in public: Get a room.
Speaking of disgusting, what former reform student - likes to stick more up his nose - Okay.
- than you care to know about? How long is this crap? About seven minutes.
- Yeah, we gotta put a stop to this.
- Yeah.
News flash: Teddy Montgomery is a major player.
Was a major player.
- He's not anymore.
- Then why are you so upset? Because there were these big-boobed bimbos all up in my face all night.
Are you asking me if you should get implants? Because I think that is a great - Big no-no.
- I'm not getting implants.
Then what are you gonna do? Nothing.
I just have to get comfortable with the fact that Teddy has a past, because that's all that it is, it's his past.
And I can deal with that.
Well, you're a lot stronger than I am.
I mean, if I were dating him I'd be constantly wondering, "When is he gonna cheat on me?" - Naomi.
- No, you're right.
There's no need to worry.
You just have to be sensible, that's all.
So check his e-mail, monitor his cell phone and follow him occasionally.
You know, the usual.
It wasn't that bad.
Worst dinner ever.
Every time I'd say something, every time I'd try to connect, she'd change the subject.
This was a mistake.
I don't even know what I was thinking wanting to see her.
- Come on, don't say that.
- It's true, though.
I mean, we're basically strangers.
I don't even know what to call her.
"Mom"? "Dana"? "Woman who gave birth to me and doesn't wanna talk to me at dinner"? Well, that one seems a little long.
- I'm serious.
- I know.
Well, look, maybe tonight didn't go well because there was too much pressure, you know, with all of us there, but if you spend some time alone with her - In awkward silence? - It'll get better.
Come on.
You have to at least give it another try.
I mean, you've waited too long not to.
That comment about saying grace, you don't think she was judging us? - I don't.
- Okay.
Not that I would blame her if she was judging.
I mean, we aren't exactly coming off as the world's greatest parents.
We had no idea our son and daughter drove to Phoenix for spring break.
I know.
I know.
Why didn't Dixon just tell us that he wanted to see her? I don't know.
He probably thought we'd be threatened or something.
- Which is crazy.
- Yeah, of course.
So we just need to make sure he knows we're comfortable with this.
With having her here as a part of our lives.
You're right.
We will make sure that he knows we're comfortable.
Nothing like early morning waves.
You were on fire out there, my man.
I guess that's what happens when you have girls fighting over you, it helps the mojo.
Did Naomi really bite lvy? Guys, where the hell is my car? Oh, my God.
I love this song.
Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene I'm begging of you Please, don't take my man Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene Please don't take him Just because you can You have an amazing voice.
Just so you know, I have no place to be after school, so if you have stuff at the Blaze that you need to deal with, I could just wait for you there.
Come on, you are so transparent.
You clearly wanna go to the Blaze because you wanna bump into Navid.
That is so not true.
Okay, that's totally true.
But, I mean, can you blame me? I mean, the boy almost got expelled for me.
What are you talking about? Come on, Ade, spill.
You cannot tell anybody.
So I talked to Navid and he said he bought the coke and planted it in Jasper's locker.
And then Jasper somehow found out and planted it in Navid's locker.
He was going after Jasper because he knew Jasper was dealing me drugs.
He was doing it for me.
He was always like that.
How could I have thrown that away? And how the hell am I supposed to get over a guy like that? You will.
When you meet someone else.
That's what happened to me.
Excuse me? You like somebody and you haven't told me? Dude, I can't believe someone stole your car.
That is so messed up.
Maybe they'll find it.
Yeah, right.
The police told my parents not to hold their breath.
Did we get a bagel? Onion, my favorite.
Dude, how did you know? - Hey, hey, the prodigal son returns.
- What's up? I still don't get how being suspended from school is a punishment.
Sounds more like a vacation.
Ever face disappointed Persian parents? My own mother said that I urinated on the legacy of my ancestors.
- Harsh.
- And very specific.
Yeah, I'm just glad to be back, man.
Especially since I can't destroy Jasper's life from home.
Yeah, it might be time for you to let that go, buddy.
What, are you kidding me? Well, the last plan didn't exactly go so well.
Yeah, well, the next one will.
He needs to go down.
The guy got Ade back on drugs.
Oh, so that's what this is about.
No, it's about a lot of things.
The guy pushed me down the stairs.
But that's not what you said.
You said he got Ade back on drugs.
What, are you a lawyer now? What's your point? My point is maybe this is less about Jasper, and more about the feelings you still have for Adrianna.
Come on, dude, that's ridiculous.
- I've clearly moved on, all right? - Really? It's been a few months and you haven't so much as looked at another girl.
Dude, I've looked at plenty of girls.
My cousin came over the other night and I couldn't help noticing that she had suddenly become very womanly.
If you know what I mean.
- What? - The point is I'm over Ade, okay? I'm totally ready to date.
I am.
I'm even gonna ask someone out very shortly.
Sounds good.
Just not your cousin.
I'm sorry, are you copying off of me? I thought we were study partners.
Oh, so, what am I getting out of this partnership? That.
Copy away.
I'll be right back.
Health care reform is definitely a public issue.
She sounds smarter.
Yeah, she looks like she's having an epileptic fit.
But we're much, much better.
We're good.
Yeah, we're really good.
- We're brilliant.
- Brilliant.
- Yeah, it's totally unusable.
- Totally.
I know.
Let's watch it again.
Health care reform is definitely a public issue.
Do you wanna go to dinner? - Sorry? - I mean Do you wanna go to dinner with me maybe sometime? Or not.
That's also an option.
Yeah, I mean, I eat dinner, and you eat dinner, and why not eat dinner together? - Yeah.
- Yeah.
- Cool.
- Great.
Sounds good.
You don't have to thank me.
For the flyer? - Not a problem.
I wasn't going to.
- Read it.
"The Glorious Steinems are looking for a lead vocalist.
" - That's good to know.
- You've heard of them, right? They're rad.
They go to West Bev, but they're like, a real band.
They play all over L.
The lead guitarist's dad was in Guns N' Roses, so they get serious exposure.
- And you wanna go see a show? - Once you're singing with them.
- Me? - You've got the most amazing voice.
And you need something to get your mind off Navid.
Gia, you're sweet.
And, yeah, I do have to get over Navid.
But joining a band? That's just not gonna work.
Thank you for trying though.
You're a really great friend.
Want some coconut water? It restores balance to your doshas.
Can I get it with a shot of tequila? - Everything okay? - Oh, yeah, totally.
Come on, what's going on? Nothing, really.
Things are just a little crazy at home.
My son's birth mother has come to stay with us for a little while.
Wow, how's that going? I think it's hard for him, you know.
He hasn't seen her since he was 8 years old.
There are obviously a lot of expectations.
No, Deb.
I meant, how's it going for you? - Me? - Yeah.
Oh, I'm fine.
No, I just I just wanna make sure that he knows that I'm not threatened, so he feels comfortable.
But is it true? I mean, I imagine it would feel threatening having her there.
It does.
But that's not fair.
I need to focus on my son.
Look, I know you're dealing with a complicated situation, but I just want you to know that everything you're feeling, it's valid, Deb.
I mean, we've barely begun dating and he's already cheating on me.
At least, I think he is.
Maybe he isn't.
Do you think he is? Don't answer that.
You have no idea.
That's what I was gonna say.
I have no idea.
Come on, don't be naive, Naomi.
He Okay, this girl programmed his ringtone to be "I Want Your Sex.
" Why else would he be meeting up with her? - Maybe he won't go.
- You think he's gonna stand her up? - I don't know, Sil.
- Me either.
I wish that I could unsee the e-mail.
There's nothing that I can do.
I mean, I can't talk to him about it because then he'll know that I spied.
You didn't actually spy.
Spying would be going to the coffee shop and see if he shows up.
You should go and see if he shows up.
- Yeah, right.
Say it's a coincidence? - No, don't let him see you.
If he sees you, he won't do whatever it is he might be planning on doing.
You're right.
Maybe I'll just spring out my fake curly mustache.
No, unfortunately, that won't work.
You have to send someone he doesn't know.
Okay, maybe.
But who? What? We need a favor.
- Can I help you? - Hi.
Amy, low-foam soy latte.
Can I get a regular coffee today? Noir.
- Hi.
- Hey.
I thought you were gonna stand me up, babe.
Just couldn't find a parking spot.
So, what's been going on with you anyway? I mean, you've been kind of AWOL.
And my parents are out of town which means the Malibu house is all ours.
Look, Amy, the thing is I'm dating someone.
Well, the good news is I'm not gonna tell her if you go up to Malibu.
And I'm guessing you're not gonna tell her so there's no problem, right? I can't.
I really like this girl and I wanna give the whole monogamy thing a try, you know? So then why did you come here? Look, I made a mistake.
You're right, I shouldn't have come.
Yeah, no kidding.
You know, you can talk all you want about giving this whole monogamy thing a try, but guess what? It's not who you are.
Well, I guess we'll see.
Take care of yourself, Amy.
Hey, Lila.
Sorry I'm late.
Oh, no, you're not late, I'm early.
You know, I'm always early, yeah.
Well, like they say, the early bird catches the worm.
Oh, not that you're a worm or wormlike.
Thank you, I think.
Was that a compliment? Not a very good one.
Well, you look great.
How's that? - Better than "not wormlike.
" - Okay.
Let's go.
Oh, ladies first.
You're not having a stroke, are you? No, no, no, I'm not having a stroke.
Are forearms rude? I can't remember.
I know that elbows are rude.
Forearms are fine.
And I say that with authority because my mother actually forced me to go to cotillion - when I was in fourth grade.
- Are you kidding? I had to do that too.
Yeah, it was a colossal waste of time.
Yeah, right up there with learning the quadratic equation.
Yeah, right.
I mean, does a 10 year old really need to know how to foxtrot? The foxtrot.
Remember that? Slow, quick, quick, slow, quick, quick.
Rock left and promenade.
Yeah, and I was always stepping on my partner's foot.
She was this funny little tomboy who was always wearing like, this sailor suit-style dress.
She's probably in the Navy now, that is if she can still walk.
Poor thing.
Whenever we had to go left, - I went right.
- You went right.
And you didn't so much as step on my foot as stomp on my foot.
- That was you? - That was me.
I'm not in the Navy.
No, you're not.
- That's weird.
- No kidding.
So I guess, technically, this is our second date.
- Thank you.
- Yeah, it is.
- and we have 2:25 remaining here in the second half.
Gill brings the ball downcourt.
- And here you go, ma'am.
- Thank you.
- And this one's for you.
- Thank you.
Gill comes up.
He's on So, what's the score? You into sports? Celtics-Pistons.
I mean, it don't get much better than that.
No kidding? And plus I got a few bones riding on the game.
- You gamble? - It's just a little bit online.
You know, it just makes the games a little more exciting.
You don't approve? No, no, it's not that.
Just surprised, that's all.
Yeah, well, just getting to know each other, right? - Do you wanna get to know me? - Dixon, of course.
- I mean, why else would I be here? - I don't know, just It's just that last night was weird.
I kept trying to say something and you kept changing the subject.
Yeah, well, you kept bringing up the past.
Was it stuff you didn't remember? Are you kidding? I remember everything.
The tacos you like, we ate them for 89 days straight once.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I was having a manic episode and I made my kid eat tacos for 89 days straight.
And I'm sitting there with the Wilsons, in their fancy home with their home-cooked food, and I just didn't want them to hear about 89 days of tacos.
I didn't want them to think I was a worse mom than they already do.
- They don't think you're a bad mom.
- Come on.
How could they not? You knew you couldn't handle a kid, so you gave me up to people who could.
Honestly, I think they're pretty grateful.
Because, you know, I am quite the prize.
Why would you say that? What do you mean I'm a bad dater? I'm just saying.
Okay, on our first date, you stomped on my foot.
On our second date, you not only implied that I'm wormlike, but you also insinuated that I have the fashion sense of a sailor.
I'm sorry.
That dress was lovely.
Too little, too late.
Okay, you know what? You're right.
Sort of.
I'm just terrible with first and second dates, okay? But the third The third is when I come alive.
- How do you ever get to the 3rd date? - I rarely do.
If you give me the chance, well, prepare to be swept away.
- Swept away, huh? - Yeah.
So, what do you say? - Can I tell you something? - Sure.
When you first asked me out I thought you were just doing it to get over Adrianna.
I was.
But that's not why I'm here now.
I'm here now because I really like you.
So will you please give me another chance to take you out again, and to not insult you? And maybe even kiss you? Okay.
Okay, okay, 20 questions.
If I can guess your crush, you have to tell me, okay? - Yes, and that was your first question.
- Are you serious? - Eighteen and counting.
- Oh, my God, you are such a brat.
Okay, next question.
- Ade, stop.
- No, I just I just wasn't expecting I know.
What's wrong with me? I knew that, that was gonna happen at some point.
It's okay to be upset.
Yeah? For how long? I have to find a way to get over him.
I have to find a way.
Those auditions are still going on tonight.
Yeah, okay.
Right now, I will try anything.
Come on.
Let's go.
You could have your choice of men But I could never love again He's the only one for me, Jolene I had to have this talk with you My happiness depends on you Whatever you decide to do, Jolene Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene Please don't take him Just because you can - Thank you.
- Thank you.
- You were unbelievable.
- Thanks.
Let's get out of here.
Adrianna, wait.
We're supposed to wait till tomorrow and have all kinds of call backs, but, hell, we don't need to.
You're in.
- Really? - You blew us away.
Why are cupcakes so much better than cake? Is it just the shape? No, it's the fact that you don't have to bother with birthdays.
I mean, let's face it, everyone, birthdays suck unless they're mine.
How's your cupcake, Sil? What's with the mood? We're supposed to be celebrating.
Teddy didn't cheat.
I sent Gia to spy on him.
What kind of person does that? Well, you did find that incriminating e-mail.
I read his e-mail instead of just trusting him.
I feel terrible.
So you got a little carried away.
Anyway, the point is, it's over.
You got the answer you wanted.
Can we just put this behind us, please? You know, she's right.
What's done is done.
I mean, sometimes we mess up and we just have to move on.
Oh, my God.
Oh, my God.
We need to go right now.
- What? What's going on? - Are you okay? - What the hell? - Is he stalking you? I don't wanna talk about it.
Let's just go.
Maybe I should text Dixon.
I mean, they should have been home by now.
Yeah, go ahead.
Send him a text.
But I shouldn't, right? I mean, he's with Dana.
I'm sure he's fine.
No, I agree.
I'm sure he is.
Yeah, I'll wait.
Give him some space.
- Oh, maybe that's him.
- Yeah.
Hello? - Is it Dixon? - Oh, you're kidding me? - Harry, is everything okay? - It's not Dixon.
Okay, well, I appreciate the call.
Yeah, thank you.
Well, the police found the kids' car downtown completely stripped.
Oh, unbelievable.
What? The Suns challenge the Lakers for the West? In your dreams.
I don't need to dream it, I just need to see it.
- Hey, you two.
- You have fun? Yeah.
Yeah we did.
I'm sorry to keep him out so late.
We just lost track of time.
No, that's okay.
We're glad you had fun.
Well, we did.
Anyway, I'm beat, guys.
So good night, Mom.
Good night, Dad.
- Wait, I'll walk up with you.
- Okay.
- Night, you two.
- Sleep well.
See, look, it went well.
Yeah, it looks like it did.
So all this anxiety was for nothing, right? You know, everything I'm feeling is valid, okay? And it would be nice if my husband understood that.
Hey, hey, look who's here.
- Hey, guys.
- Adrianna, hi.
So where's your tambourine? Oh, I don't have a tambourine.
I told you she didn't, Liv.
- Liv hates the tambourine.
- Because it's not an instrument.
It's a glorified baby rattle.
Okay, well, I promise you I do not own a tambourine, nor will I ever take up the tambourine.
All right, then.
We're cool.
All right, it's five past, where is she? Dude, would you chill? I'm here.
I'm here.
Yeah, seven minutes late.
Relax, it's fine.
Adrianna, this is Lila, our bass player.
- Hey.
- Hi.
Hey, hey, so somebody had a hot date last night.
I'm that somebody.
Please tell me it wasn't your cousin.
Dude, will you get off that already? No one thinks it's funny.
Actually, I do.
Now I don't even feel like telling you who I went out with.
You guys just blew it.
- All right.
- Cool.
Okay, it was Lila, all right? And it was cool.
It was really cool.
Cool enough for you to move off your whole Jasper vendetta? Yeah, it was actually.
I mean, whatever, you could have been right.
I mean, the whole thing, it could have had a little something to do with Ade.
I got a question.
So who's hotter, Lila or your cousin? Dude, will you shut up? But Lila.
Definitely Lila.
I cannot believe this.
I join the band to get over Navid, and now I have to spend every day with the new girl he's dating.
It sucks.
It does.
It royally sucks.
- How am I gonna do this? - You'll figure it out.
No, I won't.
I can't.
- Maybe I should just quit.
- Are you serious? Every day I'm gonna be reminded of Navid and what I lost.
You know what? That's it.
I cannot hear about Navid anymore.
I'm sorry I've been going on and on about him.
That's not the problem.
Then what? Nothing.
Gia, you can tell me.
What? - Hey, we're friends.
- I like you, okay? The problem is I like you.
Coach was like, "You're gonna have to kick it into high gear.
" Which is true.
I've got tournaments coming up.
You've never seen me hard-core.
- I hope it doesn't scare you off.
- Stop.
- What? - I can't I can't do this.
I'm still gonna have plenty of time for us.
No, it Look, it's not that.
I I gotta tell you something, okay? Okay.
I read your e-mail.
- What? - I did.
I I opened it up and I saw that there was this message from Amy and that she wanted to meet you.
- Look, nothing happened.
- No, I know that it didn't because Because I had my friend Gia go to the coffee shop, and she kind of She watched you guys.
You spied on me? Yeah.
Yeah I did.
I'm so sorry, okay? I It's just been It's been really hard because of your past.
All these girls that keep coming up to you.
I was feeling insecure and I didn't know if I could trust you.
But it doesn't matter, because it was wrong, and I was wrong.
It's never gonna happen again.
Because now I know I can trust you.
That's great.
It is.
But the thing is, now I don't know if I can trust you.
- No, hey, it - Look, I I need some space, okay? Don't.
Hey, Annie, you need a ride? Stop.
Just stop stalking me.
I don't know what you're talking about.
I saw you last night, okay? And the night before that.
- You're really scaring me.
- I'm sorry.
But you don't need to be afraid of me.
I'm not gonna hurt you.
- Okay? I'm just trying to help.
- I don't need your help.
You do actually.
Who do you think got rid of the one piece of evidence that's linking you to my uncle's death? - What? - The car.
It was you.
You stole our car.
Well, what if the police ever came looking for physical evidence? Now there is none.
It's gone.
See, I'm just I'm just looking out for you.