90210 Episode Scripts

N/A - The Prom Before the Storm

Previously on 90210: I found some articles about suicide under your desk blotter.
Are you really thinking about suicide? I have Alzheimer's disease, Annie.
I want you to have this.
"My dear Annie.
I feel so fortunate to have met you.
" Marla.
I wanted to schedule my post-chemo check-up.
I think I'm ready now.
- I need your help.
- What's going on? It's Silver, she hasn't been acting like herself lately.
I'm worried.
I just don't understand why this had to happen to her.
Anyone would need a drink and a friend to talk to after what you've been through.
Adrianna? Hey.
- Ohh.
- I, um Did you sleep here? I guess I fell asleep.
How much did I drink last night? You were pretty upset.
Silver's in the hospital.
Was that last night? Yeah, that was last night.
I remember dropping her off and then you driving me home.
And then I remember drinking, but then I don't even remember going to sleep.
I blacked out.
That's never happened before.
I don't even remember going to bed last night.
I don't remember a thing.
You don't remember anything? You don't remember anything.
- What do you mean? - I can't believe this.
We kissed.
We kissed? I kissed you? Yes.
You kissed me and held me.
Told me you still loved me.
What the hell's wrong with me? Navid, don't be upset.
How could I not be upset, Ade? I cheated on Silver.
Well, that's because you don't really love Silver.
That's what you said last night.
What, I said that l? Look, you have to go now.
Will you call me later? Just go, Ade.
Please? It doesn't feel real, you know? Feels like I'm in a movie or a dream or something.
Yeah, I've never been to a funeral before.
It's like she can't really be gone, you know? I keep thinking I'm gonna turn around and see her alive.
Marla would have loved those flowers.
Yes, peonies were my mother's favourite.
Mother? I'm Brooke Templeton, Marla's daughter.
Well, I'm Annie.
This is my boyfriend, Liam.
- I'm sorry for your loss.
- Thank you.
How did you know my mother? I had been working for her for the past few weeks.
Just cleaning, organising, running errands, that kind of stuff.
She was an amazing woman.
And it was an honour to have known her, even for as brief a time as I did.
She was quite a woman.
Okay, everybody, um, the service is about to begin.
Nice to meet you both.
You too.
Hey, Dixon, wait up.
Heh.
Hey, Harper.
Navid told me what's going on with Silver.
I hear you're helping out while she's in the hospital.
Collecting her homework, doing Blaze stuff.
Whatever she needs.
Then that makes you the new co-chair of the prom committee.
Congratulations.
Silver and I have been working on it for months, but Prom committee? - I don't know, Harper.
- You do wanna help Silver, right? Right, but what do I know about planning a prom? Don't worry, I've planned three dances a year for the last four years.
I know what I'm doing.
And it's basically already done.
Silver was in charge of party supplies and general ambiance.
So are you going to help a friend in need or are you going to flake out? I'm, heh, gonna help.
Mm! This is going to be the best prom ever.
Now, tuck in your shirt.
We have an image to project.
You think I can't keep my hands off you now, wait until I get you that tux.
I'm actually excited about it.
I mean, it's funny.
Up till now I've spent every prom night playing "World of Warcraft" with Allen and Gilbert.
Oh, well, unlike those prom nights at the end of this one you'll be naked.
You'd be surprised, "World of Warcraft" makes you do some crazy things.
Oh, really.
Mmm.
Miss Clark, looking forward to reading your final paper on the French Revolution tomorrow.
Right, the French Revolution.
I'm all over it.
I hope so.
I'm sure I don't have to remind you how close you are to failing my class.
What, failing? Since when? You got a D-minus on your midterm and turned your oral presentation on ancient Egypt into a lesson on moisturizing.
You need to do really well on this paper or I'll be seeing you in summer school.
Oh, my God, Max, what am I gonna do? I cannot write a ten-page paper in one night.
If I fail his class I'm not gonna graduate.
I'm not gonna go to CU.
Naomi, slow down.
Look, when we were in Cabo you learned the basics of calculus in one afternoon.
You can write this paper.
- Think so? - Of course I do.
I mean, it may take all night, but we both know you do some of your best work after midnight.
That's true.
You're here.
Yeah.
You're the best boyfriend.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Oh, you poor thing.
I brought you some flowers.
Aw.
I'll put them in a vase.
What are you doing here? You have to leave.
- Not until we talk.
- Just go, Ade.
Hey, how we feeling today? Okay, a bit woozy.
- But I'm better.
- Good.
Can we talk in private for a moment? - Yeah.
- It's okay, you can stay.
- They're like family.
- Okay.
Well, the good news is you can go home today.
The not-so-good news is that I got the results back from your blood test.
And there was no trace of medication in your system.
What does that mean? The medication stopped working? No, it means you haven't been taking it.
Yes, I have.
Silver, as you know it's crucial for people to be consistent with their medication.
And I have been.
I've been taking my pills every day.
I can go home right now and bring them back and show you.
- That won't be necessary.
- I wanna show you.
Fine.
We have an appointment day after tomorrow.
- You can bring them with you then.
- Okay, I will.
Now, be aware you're gonna be a bit off-balance and a little out of it for a few days.
You could even suffer a little paranoia until the new medication fully takes effect.
So just take it easy.
Get a lot of sleep.
And most importantly, take your pills.
I will.
I have been.
I'll start putting through the paperwork so we can get you out of here.
- Thank you.
- Mm-hm.
Well, that's good news.
Great news.
Yeah.
Great.
Harper, look, I said I'm gonna be there, okay? No, no, I said I promise.
I'm not gonna say that.
No, I'm not gonna Okay, I, uh I super-duper swear promise.
All right, bye.
- So you and Harper having fun? - Oh, she's the best.
Hey, Annie, Dixon, um, I need to talk to you about something.
What's up, Mama? There's no easy way to say this, but your dad and I have been trying to figure it out and we have realised that we cannot afford to send you to private schools.
We can only afford state schools right now.
And we are so proud of the both of you.
I mean, Carnegie Mellon and Pepperdine are amazing schools.
And you both deserve to go.
But you just can't afford to send us? - It's okay, Mom.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah, we'll figure it out.
I'm sorry to let you down.
No.
No, seriously, Mom, don't worry about it, okay? We'll be fine.
This thing on? Mr.
Kher, would you like to make a comment for the record? Yeah, waiting for test results sucks.
Look, it's gonna be okay.
Okay? Hey, Raj.
Hi, Dr.
Harris.
How's it going? This is my girlfriend, Ivy.
- Hey.
- How are you? Yeah, I'm okay, I guess.
Well, Raj, I'm afraid your CLL was resistant to that last round of chemo.
And your platelet count is also very low, which we would classify as stage 4.
That means the cancer's progressed.
- Okay.
- That leaves us with a few options.
But while we're exploring those, I'd like another round of chemo.
Try a single agent on a daily schedule.
- Every day? - For a month.
Then we'll see where we're at.
I'm sorry, Raj.
I know it's not what you wanted to hear.
Okay, got everything we need for an all-nighter.
Energy drinks, candy bars and Bubble Wrap.
- Bubble Wrap? - Mm-hm.
It's amazing how refreshing it is to pop Bubble Wrap around 3:00 in the morning.
It's like smelling salts for the ears.
How's the paper coming? It's not, but check this out, remember those photos we took in the hotel room in Cabo? Of course I do.
What are you up to? Okay, in this one I look fabulous as usual, but you're blinking.
I have sensitive eyes.
In this one you look good, and I'm laughing at a text.
Now watch.
Ha! VoilĂ , I'm totally geeking out over this.
You must be rubbing off on me.
Well, that is very cool.
You really need to start writing.
Ugh, I know, I know.
I'm such a procrastinator.
How am I supposed to write ten pages? Don't think of it as a ten-page paper.
Think of it as ten one-page papers.
Um, that sounds worse.
Think of it as half a 20-page paper, or just an eighth of an 80-page paper.
Or alternatively as 40 quarter-page papers - Will you just shut up? - If you start writing.
- Oh! - Okay.
All right, here we go.
Black lights? Lasers? There has to be some kind of mistake.
We're supposed to be picking up supplies for a prom.
It's a formal.
Yeah, why would we need all of this stuff? That's what I asked the girl who ordered it, Erin Silver.
She was very clear about what she wanted and very excited.
Silver must've ordered this while she was manic.
I feel a migraine coming on, like the one I got before sophomore winter ball.
Oh, okay, just relax, Harper.
Heh, heh.
Um We'll make this work.
Everything will be okay.
- Help me out? - You got it.
You can do it, champ.
- That feels good.
- Yeah? Can you come forward just a little bit? Mmm.
And down.
- And down just a little bit.
- Okay.
Hey, hey, hey.
No.
Don't you trick me with your feminine wiles.
- Come on, back to work, champ.
- Boo.
What are you on? Page four, that's good.
Yeah, just 12 half-page papers to go.
There you go.
Knock, knock.
In the bathroom.
Ahh.
So, what do you think? I think you look like you again.
Yeah? Well, I'm starting to feel like me again.
So thank God for that.
What's in the bag? I come bearing gifts.
What? You - You're so sweet.
- Come on, open it up.
- All right, thank you.
- You're welcome.
Oh, ha-ha-ha! Legally Blonde and red velvet cupcakes.
It's embarrassing how happy this makes me.
Your secret's safe with me.
Well, that goes to show what kind of film student I am.
So you wanna watch the movie and eat some cupcakes? Um, you know, I actually have to run.
I just wanted to drop that stuff off.
- Oh, okay.
- But I'll call you later and check in.
- Sounds good.
- Bye.
Thanks again.
Well? - It's great.
- You're not just saying that? No, I'm not, you make some good arguments and you back them up with solid research, it's an A paper.
- Then I did it.
- Yeah, you did it.
Maybe I'm the one who should be going to Cal Tech.
My mind is saying "Jump his bones," but my body is saying "Crash.
" Make it up to you after prom? Go crash, you earned it.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Oh, you can help me out.
I can't figure out what dress to wear.
All right, now, this one is fabulous, obviously.
And it's really like a prom dress, you know, in a good way, but it doesn't go with the necklace.
And this one, it's not quite as fabulous, but it goes a lot better with the necklace and I really wanna wear the necklace.
So, what do you think? I'm a dude and I'm your brother.
I have no opinion.
You're right, fair enough.
Can I talk to you about something else though? - Sure.
- Cool.
Okay, so I've been thinking if next year I go to a community college, Mom and Dad can afford to send you to Carnegie Mellon.
- No, no, Dixon.
- Annie, look, it's cool, all right? You've been talking about Carnegie Mellon for years.
And I know how much it means to you.
And I could be happy at a community college.
But you were so excited when you got into Pepperdine.
Yeah, I know, but, like, who knows? Next year maybe things will be different and I can transfer.
I don't know.
Dixon, it really doesn't seem fair.
Hey, it's okay.
Are you sure about this? Yeah, I am.
Thank you.
You're not gonna start crying now, are you? Oh, shut up.
Ha, ha, I'll see you at prom.
Okay, so you should probably drink plenty of fluids and keep your electrolytes up.
Oh, you care about my electrolytes.
Of course I care about your electrolytes.
- I love your electrolytes.
- Thank you.
Okay, so the phone is by your bed if you need to call me for any reason.
Know where my phone is.
Don't hesitate to call me for anything.
I'm serious.
Would you go to prom already? Go, go.
I'm going, I'm going.
- Maybe I shouldn't go.
- We talked about this, Navid.
You're not gonna miss your senior prom.
It's not an option.
Well, I'm gonna miss you.
You can stare at a picture of me on your phone.
- You can dance with it, you can kiss it.
- Okay.
Oh, uh I almost forgot, your pills.
Promise me you won't forget to take these.
I won't.
Want me to set an alarm? Because I can do that.
I don't need an alarm.
Thanks, Dad.
Ha, ha.
- Hey, Navid.
- Yeah.
Did you get rid of my old bottle of pills? No, aren't you supposed to drop them off at Dr.
Landale's? Yeah, but they're not in here.
Well, maybe you threw them away.
Uh No, I didn't.
In fact, I just saw them in here last night when I was dyeing my hair.
- You sure? - Positive.
No one's been in here since then except for you, me and Adrianna.
Huh.
There's no reason Adrianna would've thrown out my pills, is there? No.
Unless Oh, my God.
She never forgave me.
What are you talking about? Adrianna.
l She messed with my pills.
How could she have done that? She must've switched them out for a placebo or something.
Of course, that's why there was no trace of them in my system.
Adrianna did this.
Silver, look, I know that you and Ade have had your problems, but there's no way that she would do something like that.
She was the last one in here.
The doctor said that you might still experience episodes of paranoia until your medicine totally kicks in.
Hey, it's been a long couple of days.
I really just think you need some more time to relax, okay? Just get some more rest.
Yeah, okay.
It's weird though.
I No.
You're right, you're right.
I'm just being paranoid.
Let me tuck you in.
You look so cute.
I won't be long.
- Have fun.
- I will.
Mademoiselle.
Here we are.
- You look great.
- Thank you.
I can't believe we're at our senior prom.
When did we get so old? Oh, please, we're still young.
We're still hot.
We're gonna wreck this party.
Oh, my God.
Whoa, this is crazy.
Whoa, are we in the right place? We must be, there's Dixon.
So, what do you think? I think it's kind of like a bad acid trip.
Kill me now.
- Shall we dance? Come on.
- Yeah.
Would you like a drink? Thank you.
- Cheers.
- There she is.
Hey, Ivy, is it true you were chosen for the Hurley team? Yeah, it's really It's not that big of a deal.
Are you kidding? You'll probably be on magazine covers and stuff.
- Surf all over the world.
- You're gonna be so famous.
You're dating a rock star, dude.
She's going places.
Could we take a picture with you? Yeah, sure.
Why not? Okay, awesome.
One, two, smile - Oh, so cute.
- Thank you.
Thank you so much.
I'm so excited for you.
- Congratulations again.
- Bye.
Dixon.
Dixon.
- Dixon.
- Harper, I'm right here, okay? What? - Have you been in the bathroom? - No.
We have to do something, it's like Sodom and Gomorrah there.
Smoking and drinking and all kinds of inappropriate inter-gender contact.
We could get sued.
We could get arrested.
- Hey, Harper.
- None of this was my idea.
All right, can I talk to Dixon for a second, alone? Sure, come and meet me in the girl's bathroom when you're done.
Okay.
- What's up? - I have some good news for you.
Okay, well, let's hear it.
You are going to Pepperdine next year.
No, Annie, look, I meant what I said.
And I am going to Carnegie Mellon.
Uh, wait, how? I sold Marla's necklace.
You would not believe what it was worth.
Oh, my God, Annie.
What? But it meant so much to you.
Yeah, well, so do you.
And I am sure that Marla would approve.
Wow, I'm blown away.
Come here.
You're not gonna start crying, are you? Okay, okay.
Come on.
- Hey, guys, guess what.
- What? I'm going to Pepperdine.
I'm going to Pepperdine.
All right, man.
That's what you wanted.
That's awesome.
Hey, handsome.
How are you? I'm okay.
- Do you wanna dance? - No, I don't wanna dance.
Can you just leave me alone, Ade? Are we ever gonna talk about what happened? I don't even remember what happened.
I'll remind you.
We kissed.
- And you told me you loved me.
- Pfft.
- I highly doubt that, Ade.
- It's true.
Navid, you have to talk to me.
After everything we did the other night, everything you said.
I don't know what I said the other night.
I don't care what I said.
I know what I feel and I can tell you, Ade, from the bottom of my heart that I do not love you.
I love Silver.
Just leave me the hell alone.
This bow tie's throwing me off, man.
Uh-oh, here comes the old ball and chain.
Ooh-hoo-hoo.
Okay.
Um, I've been looking for you everywhere.
- Are you drunk? - Getting there.
Okay, why don't you come back inside with me? No.
I'm good here with my boys.
- This is, uh - Pete.
- Sully.
- Pete and Sully.
Right.
Okay, well, then have fun with Pete and Sully.
If at any point you actually wanna come inside and dance with your girlfriend you let me know.
Ivy, wait.
We can dance right here.
Haven't you ever seen the Indian guy moonwalk? Excuse me, okay, okay.
Everybody, everybody.
All right, all right, all right.
Can I have everybody's attention, please? First and foremost, I wanna thank you all for coming out tonight.
And welcome to the future.
Okay.
Well, guys, your votes are in.
And now it is time for us to crown this year's prom king and queen.
And now your West Beverly Hills High School senior prom queen is Naomi Clark.
Naomi! And the prom king is Teddy Montgomery.
Now, would either one of you guys like to have a few words? Thank you, thank you so much.
This is an honour, if not a surprise.
Four years ago, my father tried to talk me into going to a private school.
But I said no, because I wanted to be at a school where I was truly needed.
And of course I didn't want to wear those god-awful plaid skirts.
But anyway, it has been my privilege to lead you for the last four years.
So tonight I would like you all to know that I love each and every one of you just as much as you love me.
Thanks.
A man of very few words, ladies and gentlemen.
Now, will the king and queen make their way to the dance floor for their coronation dance? DJ? Congratulations, Naomi.
You make a beautiful queen.
Right back at you.
It's been a crazy year, huh? Yes, it has.
I mean, look at our prom dates.
I'm with the nerdiest guy in our class.
And you're dating a dude.
Yeah.
But we somehow managed to still be the most popular kids in school.
Go figure, huh? Hey, Your Highness, you mind if I cut in? I never danced with a prom queen before.
She's all yours.
So will you dance with me? Who am I to refuse the king? Hey, congrats.
Oh.
Congratulations, Naomi.
Prom queen.
It is quite an honour.
Not that I'm surprised.
You'll be happy to know that instead of spending the day before prom in a spa, I wrote my paper.
- How's that for a surprise? - I read it this afternoon.
And in fact I was surprised.
It's definitely an A paper.
Really? Which is how I know you didn't write it.
What are you talking about? The paper was well written, incisive, thought-provoking.
And there's no way you wrote it.
What are you saying, I cheated? I stayed up all night writing that paper and I wrote every single word.
- I can't believe you think that.
- You know what? We'll discuss this at a more appropriate time with Principal Nowack.
Go on, have fun tonight.
Because I don't think you're gonna be having fun on graduation day.
Ivy, I've been looking all over for you.
I want you to meet somebody.
This is Kristi.
- Hi.
- Hi.
Kristi is an actress and she's from Ohio.
And, yeah, she's just working as a waitress until she gets her big break.
Well, you sure seem to know quite a lot about Kristi.
Yeah, well, um, I was thinking that maybe the three of us could get out of here, get a hotel room, maybe have some fun.
You want the three of us to go have some fun? Yeah.
Well, I'm dying.
I've gotta live every moment to the fullest.
Check off that bucket list.
You know what, Raj? You are You are an ass, man.
What are you doing here? What's wrong? - I have to tell you something.
- Okay.
I cannot keep it from you any longer.
It's tearing me up inside.
What? What is it? The other night when you were at the hospital, I drove Navid home.
I'm so sorry, Silver.
He kissed me.
I pushed him away right away.
What are you talking about? That can't be true.
He cheated on me and he tried to cheat on you.
I can't believe it.
I'm so sorry, Silver.
I just I had to tell you.
Do you hate me? No, I don't hate you.
You didn't do anything.
I hate Navid.
What a night! You won prom queen.
And after four years of "will they, won't they," Allen and Alex might finally do it.
They're like the Bella and Edward of the geek set.
Are you okay? No.
Mr.
Philips just accused me of cheating on my history paper.
It's just people like him underestimate people like me because we're insanely beautiful or What? What's the matter? I may have made a few changes to your paper after you went to sleep.
You said you were gonna proofread it for grammar and spelling.
I did and I also cleaned up the sentence structure and I polished a few of the ideas.
And I maybe wrote a new thesis statement.
Max.
Why would you do that? You said my paper was great.
It was.
Hey, it was great, it was all there.
It was just a little rough and I was worried that it wasn't going to be good enough for you to pass his class.
And maybe I overdid it a bit.
- Hey, I'm sorry.
- I can't believe you did this.
I know how much it means for you to go to CU.
I didn't wanna take any chances.
Threw a hell of a party, huh, Harper? People are having a good time, aren't they? I'm sorry for being such a raging bitch.
On the bright side, I didn't get shingles like I did after freshman turnabout.
Can I ask you a question? Why do you volunteer for the dance committee if it turns you into such a stress case? I guess I guess maybe being on the dance committee gives me an excuse to actually come to the dance.
The truth is not once in four years has anyone ever asked me.
Hey, um, wanna go dance? - Really? - Yeah, come on.
Whoa.
Ha, ha.
That's cool.
Whoo! I'm sorry.
You know what, Raj? Not okay.
All right? You cannot do that.
- You cannot treat me like that.
- I know.
And yes, yes, you got some horrible news from the doctor.
Okay, I understand that.
But that does not give you the right to be a jackass.
You're right, I'm a jackass.
I'm no good for you.
What? Okay, I get it.
Is this your way of trying to scare me off or something? - What? - Yeah, Raj, you know what? No, that's not gonna work, all right? I don't scare that easy so you might as well just stop trying.
Look, Ivy, you are wasting your time with me.
You have an incredible future.
You have your whole life ahead of you, surfing, travelling the world.
I cannot let you sacrifice that for what is literally - Raj, stop that.
- a dead-end relationship.
I'm not gonna stop it.
I'm dying, Ivy.
If you stay with me you're gonna watch me wither away.
- It only gets worse from here.
- And you don't think I know that, Raj? What do you take me for? Some sort of superficial bitch or something? Okay, I want to be with you, I do.
I wanna be with you for all of it.
For the good and the bad and I wanna be there, you know, until the end if that's what it comes down to.
Okay? I mean, I I'm in love with you.
And I couldn't leave you at this point even if I wanted to.
Dixon, come on.
It's nothing to be ashamed of.
We just wanna know how long have you and Harper been a couple? You know what, guys? Seriously, you can bite me.
Take it from me, it's a lot easier once you come out.
Have you brought her home to Deb yet? Navid, please help me out here.
Please.
I think she's perfect for you.
You guys really suck.
I'm so glad I'm graduating.
Is that Silver? What's she doing here? Hey, what's going on? Is it true? - What? - You know what.
Ade told me what happened.
I wanna hear it from you.
Did you kiss her? I don't know.
I don't know what I did.
I can't remember.
I was drinking and You can't remember? Silver, hey, I swear I never wanna see you again.
So wait, who told you this? You know, just a couple of people saying you and Harper were all over each other.
This is a nightmare.
It was just one dance, I felt sorry for her.
- So you're not really dating? - No.
- Hey, what's going on? - Is everything okay? Everything's fine.
Why don't you have a seat? This is Mr.
Schwartz.
He's Marla Templeton's attorney.
Okay.
I represent the estate of Marla Templeton.
My role is to carry out her wishes as expressed in her will.
Marla has decided to leave her entire estate to you, Annie.
Ivy.
Did you really mean what you said, about staying with me until the end? Yeah, of course I did.
Then marry me.
Raj, come on, don't joke around like that.
I'm serious.
I wanna spend the rest of my life with you.
Will you marry me? Yes.