90210 Episode Scripts

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Previously on 90210: I've got ten songs that are gonna be huge hits.
I can't believe Javier is dead.
I have a lot of new material.
Stuff that no one's heard.
You know how humiliating that is? - Wait.
- No.
Will you stay away from me? Who's gonna believe you? You're the girl who cried wolf.
I accused this guy of sexual harassment, and I made it up.
Which is another reason why I didn't feel like I could come forward.
It's not a big deal.
Ha, ha.
Cannon did not reject me.
- What? He what? - He raped me.
I'm telling you because you have to stay away from him.
You've done some really low stuff before, but this The animal kingdom is brutal.
But no animal is as brutal as the Homo sapien.
It is 100 percent So just look straight into the camera and tell me where you see yourself in ten years.
Uh, Harper, the lens cap's still on.
Brain fart.
Silver, when you edit, make sure that goes on the blooper reel.
- What's funny? - Nothing.
Make all the fun you want.
In ten years, when we play this at the class reunion, everyone's going to be thanking me.
Well, if they can get past my secret-service detail.
Okay, let's take it from the top.
Annie Wilson, where do you see yourself in? Ten years? Well, I definitely hope to be acting, but in the theatre, not in movies.
And when I'm 28, I will be the perfect age to play Music.
Ha, ha.
I'll be a bigtime producer with a closet full of sneakers because, you know, I'll never wear the same pair twice.
Maybe even start my own record label, you know, breaking new York, Manhattan, of course.
Serious journalists don't live in the outer boroughs.
Unless I'm covering the Middle East, then I'll be in Maui or Bali or, I don't know, Costa Rica, just somewhere enjoying life, hanging ten.
Years? I don't even know where I'm gonna be ten days from now.
- This is really - Charming.
You Americans are so nostalgic.
Well, let's see.
I imagine I'll have moved back to the East Side, a new take on West Side Story.
Only this time, Maria will be Mario, choreographed by yours truly, of course.
And I'm - A doctor.
- A lawyer.
- A movie star.
- Married to a movie star who's already won four Oscar's Pub, right in the heart of London.
And you can go there if For some reason I'm not there tonight, I just wanna say one thing.
Hey, Teddy, how did you get so fat and? Happy.
Very happy.
And I hope that what they say is true, that with age comes My first Pulitzer prize.
- Okay, peace out.
- And cut.
Super, Silver, just super.
We have a bunch of people who haven't done theirs, but if you edit these and get them back to me - end of day tomorrow, that would be - Super? Exactly.
Thanky, thanky.
Sit down.
Ready to be recorded for posterity? I'm ready for you to quit bugging me about it.
In ten years we'll see who the queen bee is.
- What? - Nothing.
I'm just glad I'm not the kind of girl who's going to peak in high school.
You look tired.
You wanna do some touchups? You got big Kate Spades under your eyes.
I'm fine.
Let's just get this over with.
Hey, girl.
I had a good time talking to you the other night.
I should get to class.
No, wait, wait, wait, I need you to repeat after me.
"Oscar, you are the greatest human being on the face of the planet and I'm eternally in your debt.
" Yeah, I don't think I'd say that even if you were about to give me a kidney.
Oh, this is better than a kidney, Gidget.
You see, I have two tickets to the Surf Fighter Foundation Benefit at Kelly Slater's house.
- Shut up.
- "Oscar, you are the greatest human being on the face of the planet and I'm eternally in your debt.
" Oscar, you don't completely suck.
When is it? - Tomorrow night.
- No.
I have plans with Dixon tomorrow, and he would so not be psyched if I tried to cancel to hang out with you and Kelly Slater.
So you two have patched things up, then? Not quite, but, yeah, I agreed to a "show me how much you can grovel" dinner.
- How generous of you.
- Dixon's like this puppy, you know.
Even when he pees on the couch, you can't really stay mad at him, because he didn't mean to do it.
- How charming.
- Whatever.
Don't tell him I said that, because he's got a lot of grovelling to do.
Far be it for me to interfere in your relationship.
- Hey.
- Hi.
So I stocked all the actors' dressing rooms, they're all set for the run-through, and double-checked the quick-change list, and cleaned the grime out of the coffeemaker so that no one calls the EPA on us.
- You're an amazing find, Annie.
- Thanks.
Coming down here on your lunch hour to pitch in.
- Well, that is above and beyond.
- Are you kidding me? The other day, I got to toast a bagel for David Mamet.
I love it here.
Oh, and we love having you.
And you have such a great smile.
- Oh, thanks.
- Ha-ha-ha.
No, you do.
I mean it.
It's the very first thing I noticed when you walked in for your interview.
Well, I wasn't exactly smiling too much that day.
I went on that crazy rant.
You were perfect.
Just perfect.
Ha, ha.
Well, thank you.
Of course.
So do you want some lunch? I can run out and pick that up.
You don't diet, do you? - Hmm? - No, I'm so jealous.
You seem to be able to eat whatever you want whenever you want and you have such a terrific figure.
Oh, uh - No, I've never been a big dieter.
- Right.
Just good genes, huh? That's what I thought.
Well, uh, I should probably get back to school.
- Okay.
- So I'll see you later.
I look forward to it.
Ha, ha.
Hey, I don't care how many gold records the guy has, he's not getting his own trailer.
This is a memorial service, not Bonnaroo.
These people, I swear, a bunch of prima donnas.
You're the only person who's performing who hasn't requested caviar and champagne.
Okay, the thing is, Laurel, I don't wanna sing at the memorial.
What? - Why not? - I just, um I mean, we weren't that close.
And I'm sure there were a lot of other people that were closer to him.
- He was crazy about you.
- Yeah, but And that song you wrote, it's perfect.
I mean, when I first heard it, I swear, I could hear Javier in the verses and the arrangement.
He obviously influenced you, musically.
Yeah, he did.
Which is why it's the perfect song to sing.
Uh, I can't.
I can't.
But why? It's just It's too painful.
I get it.
But it's really important that you do this, not just to me, but to Javier's family.
I mean, you were the last person to see him alive.
Hey, you can do this.
I promise.
- Hey, Mr.
- Hi.
I just got a new toy.
Amazing resolution.
LCD touch screen.
All MAG backlight sensor.
- Am I drooling? - A little bit.
You should come by after school and check it out.
I wish, but I can't today.
I have about a hundred more testimonials I promised Harper I'd edit.
- Ah.
- What's up, Silver? - Hey.
- Um, do you know where Teddy is? Don't know, don't care.
- So can I have a rain check? - Anytime.
Javier was so many things to me.
Nephew, client, friend.
He died too young.
But, man, his music will live on forever.
And as God is my witness, I will devote the rest of my life to preserving that kid's legacy.
And now it's my very special honour to introduce to you his close friend and collaborator, Adrianna Tate-Duncan.
Sweetie? You can do it.
Come on.
It seems I've lost my way While we were laughing With the sway Of the wind in my hair I lost my way And now my chest is beating hard But my mind is thinkin' clear I know that this is right Release your fists and your fears And know that this is me Trying to say goodbye And this is me I'm tryin' hard - Who wrote this? - She did.
- Amazing, huh? - Yeah.
And this is me Relaxation for insomniacs.
A sleep cure.
Begin on your back with your hands at your side and your feet slightly apart.
Now, imagine yourself on a white-sand beach.
The waves gently lapping onto the shore.
Take a long, deep breath, then slowly exhale.
Inhale, exhale.
As you breathe in and feel the sand between your toes, ask yourself Who's gonna believe you? You're the girl who cried wolf.
Ten years from now, who the hell knows? Anything's possible.
Well, maybe not anything.
I mean, I'm not gonna be a ballerina.
I haven't done ballet since I was 5.
But beyond that, anything.
I mean, that's the thing about life, right? You're going along, things are good, you're popular, you're hot.
Then all of a sudden, boom, the World Trade Center collapses, oil rigs explode.
Bad things happen all the time.
No animal is as brutal as the Homo sapien.
Anyway, my point is, ten years from now, I'm not gonna be a ballerina.
That's all I know.
Silver, wait.
I just wanna talk to you.
Well, you don't always get what you want, do you? Hey.
What are you doing here? Annie convinced me to come for lunch.
How was the memorial? Ugh.
I am so glad it's over.
So you were telling me about your internship.
Well, uh, things have certainly taken a turn for the weird.
I think my boss has a crush on me.
- Ooh.
Is he hot? - She.
Even better.
Everyone should have one lesbian experience in their lives.
Yeah, but not with their boss.
You sure she's into you? I mean, pretty much.
She stares at me and tells me that I have a great body.
Just kiss her once.
See if you like it.
I don't wanna kiss her.
Then make it clear you're not interested.
How, though? I don't wanna make things awkward.
Just find a way to work in that you're into guys.
Where you been, dude? And what did you do to piss Silver off? It's not like you were stupid enough to let a bunch of bachelorettes do body shots over you.
I lied about being drunk, which brought up a bunch of stuff about her mom.
- Gotcha.
- She won't even look at me.
- I'm gonna ambush her after school.
- That sounds romantic.
Got my dad to track down a print of the original Nosferatu.
Now you're talking.
I'm not gonna let her watch it until she gives me face time.
- Bribery? - Mm-hm.
- I like it.
- Yeah.
You gentlemen finished? - Yeah.
- Sorry.
All right, let's dive right in.
Last night's assignment was on the subject of the New Deal.
Montgomery, summarise for us, if you will.
Um, yeah, the things is, you know, I was absent yesterday, so I didn't know about the reading.
The assignment was on the website.
- I know, but - But you didn't do it.
Like I said, I was sick.
Do you have a doctor's note? No.
I didn't give out the assignment for my benefit.
- I know what the New Deal is.
- I know.
No, you don't know.
Which is why I'm giving you a 5,000-word essay on the subject.
Oh, and I want it on my desk first thing tomorrow morning.
- That's gonna take me all night.
- And? Yeah.
Sorry, I'll do it.
The New Deal, FDR.
My goodness, gym class.
I've never felt more American.
Lovely gams, Dixon.
Shut up.
Ha, ha.
All right, I hope you wore your sports bras because today we are wrestling.
Hey, no complaints or you'll have to wrestle me.
Grab a partner.
All right, listen, uh, just go easy on me, mate.
I very much dislike sweating.
I'll take it easy on you.
Okay, take your positions.
What, you call that going easy? I said that to lull you into a false sense of security.
So my roomie tells me you two have patched things up.
Well, she's gonna make me grovel more, but it's looking pretty good.
I'm sure glad.
You two were obviously made for each other.
I mean, I just don't think I could be as patient as you.
What do you mean, patient? - You know, since Ivy's a virgin.
- She's a what? You didn't know? Ugh.
Nice job.
All right, let's line up again.
Oh, Cannon frigging blows.
How am I supposed to talk to Silver if I'm stuck writing a 5,000-word essay? I don't know, man.
Dude, what if I pay you to write it for me? Like, a million dollars? Like a hundo.
Yeah, no.
- Hey, guys.
- Hi.
All right, fine, a million.
I want one of those giant cheques they give to lottery winners.
Teddy Montgomery, you are so busted.
Why have you been dodging - my e-mails, phone calls and Tweets? - Kind of got a lot going on.
In ten years, when people ask why you didn't do a testimonial, you won't remember what you had going on.
You'll sit there, feeling like a party pooper.
You know what? I think I'll take that chance.
Well, if you change your mind, you have until the end of today.
- Silver needs to edit them tonight - Wait.
Silver's editing them? She's trying to.
This school is full of procrastinators.
You know what? You're right.
- Why don't we just do mine right now? - Really? Super.
No offence, but you look like you haven't slept in a week.
No offence, but I liked your nose better before.
What's with you? Oh, I'm sorry, I'm just really tired.
Trouble sleeping lately.
Your nose looks great.
You know, I wanted Eva Longoria, but sometimes I think it's a little too Eva Mendez.
It's nice.
Somewhere between the two Evas.
Hey, do you want some of these? Got them prescribed when I got the schnoz remodelled.
Put me out like a light.
Can't hurt.
Sorry to interrupt.
I am two hours into a six-hour play about the 1918 flu epidemic.
- You're a welcome intermission.
- Ha, ha.
Uh, okay.
Would it be all right if I skipped out a little bit early? I'm just meeting my boyfriend, Charlie, for lunch.
Oh, uh, okay.
Yeah, I mean, well, he's not my "official" boyfriend.
We're not exclusive or anything, but he's definitely boyfriend material.
Yeah, he's so cool and cute.
And I like him a lot more than my last boyfriend.
Way, way more than the two before that.
Oh, gosh, I must sound boy crazy to you, huh? I mean, I guess I am a little bit.
Okay, a lot.
A lot.
Ha, ha, I love boys.
Seriously, since I was little.
I just can't get enough.
Well, that's good to know.
- Oh, Peter, hi.
You made it.
- Sorry I'm late.
- Oh, hi.
- Mm.
Not at all.
This is Annie.
Annie, this is my husband, Peter.
- Your husband? - It's nice to meet you, Annie.
It's so nice to meet you too.
Oh, wow, sorry, it's just you're even prettier than Katherine described.
- Uh, Peter - No, I mean, it's just, - you look a lot like my beautiful wife.
- Oh, right.
Like 20 years ago.
- Well, thanks.
- It's true.
Okay, well, uh, I'm gonna head out, like I said I was.
And it was very nice meeting you, Peter.
Oh, wait, before you go.
We're having a barbecue at the house on Saturday.
Yes, and we would love it if you would come.
It'll be fun.
We'll cook, go swimming Uh, well, I don't swim, I Jacuzzi.
Please, try and join us.
Ha, ha.
I will try.
T-minus-six hours until Grovel Fest 2010.
But give me a hint, are we going to Japanese, Italian? - Can I wear flip-flops? - Are you a virgin? - Um - Well, are you? - Where's that even coming from? - Just answer the question.
Did you lose your virginity at surf camp when you were 15? Wow, okay, you lied.
- How did? How did you? - Oscar told me.
So I'm glad you were able to share it with him at least.
I didn't, Dixon.
He He guessed it.
- Whatever.
- No, it's not whatever.
Come on, seriously.
Why would you lie to me about that? I don't know, okay? I guess it's just It's not exactly It's not exactly cool.
Being in a relationship isn't about being cool.
Think about all the stuff that I told you.
Stuff about my parents splitting up, - about my gambling, my birth mom.
- I know.
And I told you all of that because I felt close to you, because I trusted you.
Okay, look, yeah, I made a mistake.
Got it.
- But don't be mad at me.
- Ivy, it's not about me being mad.
Just forget it.
It's getting late now It's getting Stupid.
It's getting stupid.
- Hello? - So have you heard? - What? - You clearly haven't heard.
Heard what? Somebody put a video of you singing at Javier's memorial on YouTube.
You've gone viral.
But aren't they supposed to get my permission or something like that? Who cares? You have over a million hits.
- I do? - Yeah.
You're bigger than that talking baby.
The label's already booked studio time next week so we can lay down that track for real.
Are you serious? Oh, it gets better.
You're gonna be on Entertainment Tonight.
- Really? - Ha, ha.
You ready to be famous, babe? Yeah.
Yeah, I am.
- Goodbye, sweetie.
- Bye.
It seems I've lost my way While we were laughing With the sway Of the wind in my hair I lost my way And now my chest is beating hard But my mind i It seems I lost my way While we were laughing With the sway Of the wind in your hair I lost my way Well? - It's a little Taylor Swift.
- Ugh! - Really? - Yeah.
Sorry I'm late.
Okay, what do you think of this outfit? Hmm.
Too Taylor Swift.
So it turns out my boss is not a lesbian.
- I actually met her husband.
- Really? - How relieved are you? - Not too relieved because it turns out he's actually more into me than she was.
And they invited me over to their house to Jacuzzi.
Oh, my God, they're swingers? Well, that's what I'm thinking.
So, what do I do? - Is he cute? - No, just play dumb.
Maybe it won't come up again.
- Uh.
And if it does? - Then nip it in the bud? Although you might get fired.
Unh! It's too bad.
I really like that internship.
- Ow.
Stop that.
- What is the matter with you? What are you doing? Gidget, will you calm down? Don't tell me to calm down.
What is wrong with you? Well, right now I'm recovering from a rather brutal magazine attack.
Why did you have to tell Dixon that I'm a virgin? That was a secret? - I'm so sorry.
I thought he knew.
- Well, you know what? He didn't.
I just assumed, since he's your boyfriend, that Then again, you two are an odd match.
What the hell is that supposed to mean? Nothing.
Forget I said that.
I'm just I meant, since he's your boyfriend, I assumed you had a strong relationship.
Yeah, and we do.
Then why wouldn't you tell him? Forgive me.
There I go, overstepping again.
The strength of your relationship is none of my concern.
Please, accept my apology.
Magnum cum laude, from Princeton, of course.
- worked for the campaign of President Pelosi, who will reward - meet the perfect man, a doctor in the ER So, Teddy Montgomery, crystal ball.
Where do you see yourself in ten years? Silver, hi.
This is the only way I could get you face to face.
I am so sorry.
You have to believe me.
Well, you don't have to, but I hope you do.
Losing tennis, it's screwing with me, you know? It's making me do things that aren't me.
They're not.
Remember when we read that poem in English class about the compass and the foot and how the foot stays in the centre and keeps the compass from going in the wrong direction? Well, you're my compass foot.
Wow, that sounded a lot more romantic in my head.
What I meant What I mean is I can handle losing tennis, but I can't lose you.
I can't.
That's your testimonial? Seriously? Mr.
Silver, hi.
What a coincidence.
- How are you? - Not too bad.
You? - Fantastic.
- Fantastic, really? Wow.
I just finished the rough cut of my film.
Oh, ha, ha.
That is fantastic.
I don't suppose you wanna come see it? I live not too far from here.
I'm sorry.
I don't know what I was thinking.
I just really needed feedback.
The deadline for the Palm Springs Film Festival is in two days.
- No, I get it.
And I'd love to see it.
- Really? Fantastic.
Joining us now is Adrianna Tate-Duncan, whose deeply moving and heartfelt tribute to Javier Luna has become an Internet sensation.
- Thanks for being here, Adrianna.
- Thanks for having me.
We've all seen the performance.
Tell us, what was going through your mind? I was just thinking about Javier, you know, and how talented he was and what a great friend and person he was.
And how tragic this whole thing is.
- So the two of you were close? - Yes, very.
I wrote that song a while ago, and when he passed, it just seemed like the perfect song to sing in his memory.
Indeed, it was.
Can we coax an encore from you? - Of course.
Ha, ha.
- Okay.
It seems I lost my way While we were laughing With the sway Of the wind in my hair I lost my way And now my chest is beating hard Wow.
That's pretty cool.
I got that while filming outside Kenya.
Traded a tribal warlord for a Yankees cap.
So you're gonna be the first person to ever see this.
- I'm honoured.
- Hmm.
Now, look, I need you to be completely honest with me, but gentle.
Underneath this roguish exterior is an insecure old softy.
Ha, ha.
Well, don't worry, I'm sure I'm gonna love it.
It's only three years of my life, right? There's a little glare on that TV.
Let me take care of that.
- Ready? - One sec, I'm sending a text to Teddy.
You two worked things out, then, huh? Yeah.
I mean, he's going through a hard time, you know? I wanna be there for him.
Good for you.
Should we start the movie? Yes.
Without further ado, the world premiere.
Whoo! The African savanna is one of the most beautiful, breathtaking and majestic places in the world.
It's also one of its most savage I don't have any popcorn, but could I fix you some tea? Yeah.
- to small, seemingly insignificant insects.
- for a mother zebra and her young foul.
- Your tea.
- Thanks.
- they happened upon a cheetah and her own hungry offspring.
Out here, violence is learned early.
And its inevitable conclusion often makes for young orphans.
- Don't let it get cold.
- Ha, ha.
- is to find a prey of their own and repeat the cycle.
The animal kingdom is brutal.
But no animal is as brutal as the Homo sapien.
Bad things happen all the time, because no animal is as brutal as the Homo sapien.
Man's own thirst for the riches of this vast empire So I'm the first person to see this, huh? You sure are.
Your tea's getting cold.
- I'm so sorry.
I can't believe I did that.
- Don't.
You'Il - You'll cut yourself.
- Right.
You're right.
I'm sorry.
Um I'm such a klutz.
I mean, it's ridiculous the amount of times that I drop stuff and spill things and run into walls.
- Do you, now? - Oh, yeah, all the time.
Hey, you know, I just remembered, um I hate to do this.
I'm supposed to go and help Harper open a file I sent to her.
She's gonna be lost.
By all means, give her a call.
Well, I could, but, um, it's really complicated.
So I should probably be there to show her, you know.
- You wanna leave.
- I don't want to, but you know Harper.
I mean, she's kind of psycho.
But, um, I'm really bummed because I am loving your movie.
It's really awesome.
So definitely a rain check.
So next week? - Suppose so.
- Perfect.
So I'm gonna go back, um, but I'll see you at school.
- Okay.
- Okay.
You almost forgot your bag.
I can't believe I almost forgot that.
See you at school.
Hey, there she is, the little intern that could.
- So I'm gonna head out.
- Oh, okay.
Oh, wait, tell me, are you able to make it this weekend? Oh, uh, uh I would love to come, but, um I have plans already.
Oh, really? Huh.
- Yeah.
- Annie, wait.
Um, could you sit down for a moment? There's something I wanna talk to you about.
This isn't as intimate as I imagined.
Um, and what I'm about to say may seem a little inappropriate.
Well, actually, it's very inappropriate.
The thing is, Peter and I have a little proposition I'm not a swinger.
- What? - I'm not.
I'm sorry.
I mean, what you do is your business and I won't judge, honestly.
But that's just not me.
I mean Wait, that's what you thought my proposition was? To swing? - It's not? - No.
Definitely not.
Oh, my God.
I'm so embarrassed.
I mean, I just thought because No.
No, don't be embarrassed.
I've been acting a little strange.
And Peter, God, he was a mess when he met you.
Yeah, but why? Because there's a really important question that we would like to ask you.
Peter and I have been trying to conceive for the past few years.
And recently, we were told we needed to move on to donor eggs.
And we've been looking for a match for quite some time, but no one's right.
You, you just seem right.
I'm sorry, what? We'd like to buy your eggs.
And we're prepared to pay you $20,000.
Uh So why won't you tell me where we're going? Because we're here.
- I'm still confused.
- Look, you're right.
I mean, relationships are about being vulnerable and crap.
- And crap? - Dixon, will you let me finish? Okay? I'm trying.
The point was that, obviously, this kind of stuff is hard for me.
And I've been trying to figure out why I haven't totally, you know, like, opened up to you.
Because our relationship is strong.
I mean, it is.
I just think that maybe it's because the last time I was really vulnerable with a guy, he kind of, uh, rejected me.
Anyways, this is This is where he lives.
This is my dad's house.
- Wait, so your dad lives? - Yep.
Like ten minutes away.
Knows exactly where I live, just doesn't want anything to do with me? Yeah.
I mean, he's got a new wife, you know, new kids.
I've never really told anybody that before.
I mean, it's definitely It's not exactly cool, huh? Ivy, look.
Your dad, he's a fool.
- Whatever.
- No, not whatever.
He's a fool.
All right? Cheque.
- Cool picture.
- Nirvana concert.
Madison Square Garden, 1994.
Your parents? The man is my dad.
The woman is the bitch who ruined his life.
Hey there.
How are you doing? I'm not too bad, yeah.
Missing Javier, you know.
I know.
Me too.
I'll bet.
Hey, another amazing performance tonight.
Thank you.
I just I love performing this song.
No, no.
I wasn't talking about your singing.
I was talking about your acting.
You know, pretending you wrote a song you actually stole from a dead man.
Okay, that's not I have a recording of Javier singing it six months ago.
Now, how would you like me to put that on YouTube? Yes.
Okay, you just need to work on your timing.
I know.
I'll practise.
I promise.
All right.
Hey, Teddy.
Wait, wait.
Stay away from me, all right? I mean it.
Look, I just wanna tell you it's cool.
You don't have to worry.
I'm not gonna tell anybody that we hooked up.
Naomi? Hey, you left your door unlocked.
Look, I get why you're pissed, all right? I was just with Mr.
Cannon and he's a liar.
I believe you.
Naomi, wake up.
Naomi, hey.
All right.
Hey, what'd you take, huh? You all right? Hey, look at me.
Can you look at me? Naomi.