90210 s01e13 Episode Script

Love Me or Leave Me

Previously on 90210: - We don't let sophomores sit with us.
|- I'm not your ordinary sophomore.
- Hey, girlfriend?|- Yes, boyfriend? - Nothing.
I just like saying that.
|- I like hearing it.
- I'm gonna lose everything.
|- No, you're not.
Give it to me.
|I can help you, but you gotta let me.
Look at this.
I need you to tell them|that the drugs were yours.
If she confesses, it should help.
|But you know there's no guarantees.
Adrianna's gonna be here.
|Give her a few more minutes.
I cannot believe you did this to me.
You were the one person that I thought|I could count on, that I could trust.
I'm glad that you're okay.
I really am.
But I can't keep watching you do this|to yourself.
Not anymore.
- I'm a virgin.
|- What? When we ran your blood work,|it turns out you're pregnant.
What's Navid gonna think? He's gonna hate me.
Temperature will remain in the 20s as a cold front drops down|into the area.
My friends back home are so gonna get a snow day,|those lucky bastards.
Back home, huh? Back in Kansas, I mean.
Hey, home is where the heart is,|Annie.
So there's a blizzard in Kansas.
And a heat wave in L.
Seriously,|I'm wearing practically nothing.
What kind of nothing? Just a black negligee.
A negligee? It's black.
It's sort of sheer.
- Sort of|- Hello? I'm on the phone.
And you shouldn't be.
It's late, Annie.
Time to hang up.
Good night, Ethan.
- Good night, Mrs.
|- Time to hang up, Annie.
Annie, charge your cell next time.
- I better go.
|- Good night.
- Sweet dreams.
|- Sweet dreams.
- Annie?|- Yeah? I love you.
I love you too.
Don't shoot till you see|the whites of their eyes.
Come, children,|give me your muskets to clean.
It says "Now, come, children, give Grandmother|your muskets to clean.
" I made a teensy adjustment.
I'm just not sure|I'm plausible as a grandmother.
Yeah, well, it's a mini-series about a 70-something|Revolutionary War hero who knits in her spare time.
I'm not so sure plausibility|is a top priority.
Come, children, give Grandmother your muskets|to clean.
Here is my musket.
I do hope she shoots straight.
The a.
Was off.
Oh, I want it off.
|It's better for my vocal cords.
It's nearly 90 degrees in here.
|Aren't you sweltering? It is hot.
These vocal cords|are what put this roof over our heads.
Okay, guys,|it's almost time for school.
And I happened to notice|that the trash hasn't gone out.
And the dishwasher|hasn't been emptied.
They're helping me rehearse|Red Coats and Blue Bloods.
Yeah, Grandma has an audition.
And you have chores.
Oh, please,|I pay the help to do those things.
There's no need.
There is a need.
They're kids.
- They have chores so they'll learn|- What? How to take out the trash? Is that really what you want|your children learning? Harry? What? Fine, I'll do the chores.
The maid will do the chores.
You know what, we'll do the chores.
Yup, here we go.
Cleaning up.
Hey, can I have the car this afternoon?|I wanna do something with Ethan.
No can do.
|Got something to do this afternoon.
What? An extracurricular activity.
Okay, fine,|then you can do the chores.
- Break a leg today, Grandma.
|- Thanks, sweetie.
Yeah, break a leg.
- Thank you.
|- Absolutely.
Break a leg.
You have a nice mouth.
I'm glad you like it.
Look, all I'm saying|is maybe it's not the end of the world.
I'm sorry, my optimistic friend, but the Santa Ana winds|do not blow in January.
What we're dealing with here|is global warming, i.
, the end of the world|as we know it, i.
, the apocalypse.
Come on, Silver, the apocalypse? I'm not kidding.
And look, one of the seven signs,|excessive PDA.
Hi, guys.
Revelations, babe.
So, what's up, guys? I actually gotta run.
I gotta grab a book|from the library before class.
- Bye, honey.
|- Bye, babe.
Actually, I'm gonna take off too.
- Unless you need some help with|- No, I'm fine.
- I love you.
|- I love you too.
Bye, guys.
- Later, guys.
|- See you, man.
The phrase "gag me"|comes to mind.
Why? They're happy.
But they're giving me diabetes.
|It's all, "I love you.
I love you.
I love you, snookums.
|I love you, boo-boo.
" Please.
Never before did a "Blaze" lighting test have such a beautiful subject.
You're glowing.
- Glowing? I'm not glowing.
|- Yeah, you are.
No, there's no glow emanating|from over here.
Trust me.
Is everything all right? Are you happy? Like, I mean, with us? Seriously? I've never been happier|with us or with anything else.
I wouldn't change a thing.
- So you don't want things to change?|- Hell, no.
I mean, I love me some Barack Obama,|but in this case, change is bad.
You and me.
Us, everything, it's just exactly right.
Seriously, I'm really happy,|Adrianna.
Yeah, me too.
All right.
I wanna see some hustle out there|today, everybody.
Really? With all due respect,|it's 100 degrees out.
It's not exactly hustling weather.
Use the heat, girls.
Use the heat.
Oh, my God.
You two, what do you want? I have my period.
I'm bleeding like a stuck pig.
|I need to see the nurse.
And you, Adrianna,|are you also menstruating? No, I'm not,|but I have a really bad headache.
Maybe field hockey would help.
And maybe she gets a migraine,|falls on her field-hockey stick and, oh, no, impales herself.
Are you prepared to deal|with a lawsuit? Fine, go.
But I'm warning you, I'm gonna start keeping track|of your menstrual cycle.
Oh, wow, that's pathetic.
Hey, boys.
Oh, my God.
The a.
Must be busted.
I knew we should've gone|to Crossroads.
This is such a crock.
So how have you been?|I felt like I haven't seen you in ages.
I know.
You've been hanging out|with your new friends and I've just been busy.
Well, what's been going on?|What are you up to? Do you wanna have|dinner sometime? Sure.
Yeah, of course.
I mean, you don't have to|if you don't want to.
I just I'm I'm going through something.
And I thought I knew how to handle it,|but I don't.
And I just I really need someone to talk to.
In private.
You're going through something? - Yeah, we'll do dinner.
We'll set it up.
|- Naomi? Actually, I have to go.
|So I'll see you later.
Hey, guys, what's up? The heat totally melted my drink.
It tastes like coffee.
It is coffee, Tasha.
What's wrong, Naomi? Nothing.
It's just You guys know my old friend|Adrianna? Yeah, the druggie.
|All right, ex-druggie now.
Yeah, I think she's using again.
What can you do? You already tried|to help her once, right? I don't know how|I'm supposed to be friends.
You're not, Naomi.
I mean, I know|you're upset, but she's not worth it.
God, it just pisses me off so much.
|What's with her? I mean, why is she|such a train-wreck druggie? I don't know,|but I know she's not your problem.
Then you add 20 of the sulfuric acid|into your beaker and heat until it's boiling.
Great job, Adrianna.
I bet Adrianna would like to drop|some of that sulfuric acid.
Yeah, good one.
- Whoa, what happened?|- Oh, my God.
Everyone stay in your seats.
Adrianna?|Adrianna, can you hear me? Adrianna? I can't believe|this is happening again.
She's not your problem.
That's nice.
You're nice.
What, are you two in heat? Hey, how about a little privacy,|Silver? How about a little discretion, Ethan? Annie, I need those keys.
Dixon has a mysterious|extracurricular activity that he doesn't wanna talk about.
What? Tell me.
It's no big deal.
I just joined the choir.
You're singing in the choir? Yeah, what's wrong with that? Nothing.
I mean, it's an organized school activity|where nerds stand on risers and sing an a cappella version|of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight.
" I mean, how cool can you get,|am I right? Is it true that the choirmaster's|biggest credit is backup singer in a pet-stain-remover commercial? Because that's rad.
- We can pretend it's just you and me.
|- Hello, West Beverly.
And my dad.
We're in the middle of a heat wave and as you've probably noticed,|the a.
Is broken.
Unfortunately, it won't be fixed|for at least another day.
Today's classes will continue|as scheduled, but, and I know|that this will disappoint you all, school tomorrow is canceled.
- Yes.
|- Beach party! Beach party! Beach party!|Beach party! Yeah! Navid.
Well, there's no Navid standing|behind you, now, is there, honey? - Okay, what's your problem?|- I don't have a problem, you do.
Your girlfriend's using again.
Using? Drugs? No, I don't think so.
|I'd know, wouldn't I? She's not always my responsibility,|Navid.
Who said she was? Get over yourself, Naomi.
I really was hoping|that we could hang out alone.
I promised my brother.
Tomorrow though,|it's just you and me, girl.
And a beach full of classmates.
Yeah, I did really, really,|just wanna be alone with you.
Annie? - Annie.
|- Hi.
A car.
A car with a bow? A car with a bow for me? - For you and your brother.
You like it?|- Yes.
I mean, yes, yes, yes.
- No.
|- I get that you don't want to give a car, but to take away a car, a perfectly|good car, just to prove a point? Another car would be handy.
But you should have|run it by us first.
I was pretty explicit about this,|Tabitha.
I said no car and I meant no car.
You said no car for Annie's birthday.
This is not a birthday car.
The kids got good grades last term|and they need a car.
Thank you, Grandma.
|She's right, okay? We do.
No, you don't need a car.
No 16-year-old needs a car.
There are kids without shoes|and you think you need a car? Okay, I want a car.
|A car would be useful.
I am grateful for my shoes|but I would be very grateful for a car.
Daddy? - Deb?|- Where are the keys? The car is going back.
And I'm going to take a nice,|icy-cold bath.
Whose car is that in the driveway? Not ours.
You know, I don't think they did tai chi|in colonial New England.
Your agita|is messing with my chi, dear.
I'm sorry,|but you know what kind of sucks? - What's that?|- Being a teenager.
Okay, it's like everything|is in a conspiracy against you.
You're always being told|what you can do and where you have to be.
Nothing's in your control.
I mean, you can't have freedom|and you can't have space, but you can't get anywhere|because you can't have a car.
I'm sick of it.
I'm hot and I'm tired.
|And I'm tired of being a teenager.
I think you have a point.
I have something for you.
Keys? Grandma, we tried this.
These are not car keys.
They're keys|to my Palm Springs getaway.
You need to get away.
Be by yourself.
Have some freedom.
- Have some space.
|- Really? What better place to chill out|than the desert? - But my mother would|- I already asked.
You're good to go.
Burger, club, double fries.
Someone's hungry.
The heat makes me hungry, bro.
You and Silver|going to the beach later? I don't know, man.
|She may have plans already preparing for the apocalypse|with her "the end is nigh" sign.
Do I detect trouble in paradise? No, man.
You know,|Silver's a little much sometimes with the whole|negativity and moodiness.
Well, that's part of her charm.
She has that|dissenting-voice thing going on.
She questions things.
|It's who she is.
It's what she does.
No, she mocks everything.
My sister said "I love you"|to her boyfriend, she has a field day.
Let me tell you something.
Now, this is drawing from my vast|experience with women, okay? Why would Silver mock|Annie and Ethan's "I love you's"? Sour grapes, baby.
Sour grapes.
- So you mean?|- The chick loves you, man.
And she wants you to say it to her.
So say it to her.
- You think?|- Dude, I know.
I'm out of here, bro.
|I'll see you at the sea, bro.
Hey, man, where my tip? I gave you a tip, my friend.
A big tip.
Sour grapes.
- Sorry about that.
|- Watch it.
- She turned up the heat.
|- What do you mean? Your mother.
She turned up the heat|for her precious vocal chords.
I'm sure.
I've had it, Harry.
|I have had it.
Take it easy.
|We will turn the thermostat down.
Oh, I did.
And you know what she did?|She turned it up.
And you know what I did?|I turned it down.
You know what she did?|She turned it up.
And you know what you did?|Nothing.
- Absolutely nothing.
|- What am I supposed to do? You are my mother, she is my wife.
You are my wife, she is my mother.
You are two powerful women|and I respect you both.
But we're the parents.
You and I.
- But we live under her roof.
|- Maybe we shouldn't.
I need you Harry.
|I can't do this alone.
Look, Deb, where are you going? To turn down the thermostat.
I shouldn't be here.
I don't wanna I shouldn't care about you, Ade.
How did you even know I was here? I talked to your mom,|delightful creature that she is.
Said you were at the library|so I figured You know me pretty well, I guess.
Yeah, I do.
And I also know|you're using drugs again.
What? No.
You're gonna lie to me again?|Really? That's That's great.
|That's fabulous.
You know what?|This was a stupid idea.
I'm gonna go.
I'm pregnant.
- You're|- I'm pregnant.
"Pregnant" pregnant? Oh, honey.
Yeah, it's crazy, right? So you fainted because you Because I feel like crap.
What are you gonna do? I have no clue.
Who's the father? I think this guy named Hank|who I know from rehab.
But I don't know really.
Are you okay? I'm scared.
Hey, you wanna go|to Palm Springs? - Where?|- Palm Springs.
I got the keys to my grandma's house|in Palm Springs.
- Where we could be alone.
|- Totally alone.
You wanna blow off the beach party|so you and me can go to Palm Springs.
I'm ready.
I'm ready to go to Palm Springs.
Well, then let's go to Palm Springs.
Okay, let's.
I'm gonna go to Palm Springs.
- Yeah.
|- I got it.
- Oh, my God.
|- Nice one.
Look at them with their Frisbees.
|Frisbeeing their cares away.
Hey, we don't have to do this today.
No, it's okay, I want to.
Plus, I told Navid I would show up.
You haven't told him about the|you know what.
No, not yet.
I mean, I wanted to, I just I don't I don't really know what to say.
|How do you tell your boyfriend that you're pregnant|with somebody else's you know what? He's such a great guy.
And he's so happy right now.
I'm going to tell him eventually.
|I just When the timing is right.
You don't have to decide today,|okay? Today is about Frisbeeing|your cares away.
- Okay.
|- I think we're all set up over here.
So here we are in Palm Springs.
Yeah, we are here in Palm Springs.
- Do you want me to show you around?|- Yeah.
I haven't been here in ages.
This is the dining room.
- Nice.
|- Yeah.
- Kitchen.
|- Very nice.
And this is the living room.
- Awesome.
|- Yeah.
- You can leave your bags wherever.
|- Yeah.
Yeah, and out here, this is the pool.
Wow, cool.
Then back there is the bedroom.
|And Bedroom.
- Do you wanna play cards?|- Cards? Or anything? Or food.
|We should probably get food.
- Are you hungry?|- Yeah, let's get some food, and then Then you can show me|the bedroom.
Sounds good.
God, what do you have in that bag? A body?|Like, a very heavy but small body? I'm making a sand castle.
No, not just a sand castle.
The greatest sand castle.
What? Nothing.
|Let's just build a sand castle.
You know, I used to be a major|drip-castle aficionado.
But people tend to think|that that's inherently amateurish.
And I disagree.
|Done well, they can be very Gaudi.
Not gaudy, Gaudi,|Spanish architect.
Yeah, sure.
Water in that one.
Yes, ma'am.
Oh, my God.
I heard West Bev's|favorite train-wreck druggie is back on the tracks.
Get it? - Tracks.
|- Get lost, George.
Go! Jeez.
Ignore him.
He's a total sponge.
Did Annie call you to check in? She didn't say when this beach party|would be over.
Harry wore cloth diapers.
What? By which, I mean|I have been doing this parenting thing for a long, long time.
Where is Annie? I gave her the keys to my house|in Palm Springs.
Let me explain.
You can try.
She needed some alone time.
Some time away from the family.
She's a teenager|and it isn't easy being a teenager.
We forget.
It's very stressful.
I did what I thought was best.
You sent our daughter|to Palm Springs alone? Now, don't get your hackles up,|Debbie.
She's perfectly safe, I assure you.
She's in Palm Springs.
Your mother sent our daughter|to her house in Palm Springs.
Where I just installed|a fancy-shmancy security system.
Safety is one thing,|but that's not even the point.
- Then what is the point?|- The point is that Annie is our daughter|and you had no right to butt in.
I know, we live under your roof, but these are our children,|Debbie's and mine.
And, Mom, if you can't accept that,|we will move out from under your roof.
Who knew liver could come|in so many forms? Yeah, okay.
|So set menu, seven courses.
This is number What, three? With any luck, we'll be out of here by the time|our college applications are due.
Oh, my mom.
But my grandma said|everything is cool with her and tonight is about being alone|with you.
So no calls.
Yeah, apparently,|no edible food either.
Sweet breads are not actually sweet bread|in case you were wondering.
I'm ready.
To go to Palm Springs.
Then let's get out of here.
But I wanted him - You're finally here.
|- What the hell? You guys told everyone|Adrianna's a druggie? - Yeah.
|- That's what you told us.
That she's a train-wreck druggie.
Yeah, well, she's not, okay?|She's my friend.
And from now on, no one talks trash|about any of my friends.
Got it? - But I thought|- Yeah, it's no problem.
- Sure.
|- I thought No problem.
I love you.
I love you.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
- What's going on?|- Nothing.
I'm sorry.
What? It's just I just waited for this moment|for so long and it's kind of incredible, you know? I'm really kind of nervous.
Well, that's okay.
It's normal.
It's just, it's a big deal.
Today I'm a virgin|and tomorrow I won't be.
And this is really,|really important to me.
And I always thought I would do it|with someone that I really cared about.
You know,|someone who was the one.
Maybe the one and only.
And I think I found him.
- I'm sorry.
|- What? I don't think I can do this.
What if things between us|don't work out? What do you mean?|You think we're gonna break up? No, no, I just|What if something happens and you and I don't work? And I end up hurting you? I don't wanna hurt you.
Too late, you just did.
Yo, Navid.
Where's your girlfriend at? Because we could use someone|with a hollow leg on our team.
Or maybe|she's only into harder stuff.
Adrianna's clean, George.
She's a druggie, Navid.
Wake up and smell the blow.
You shut up! Oh, my God, Navid.
Stop it.
Navid, he is not worth it.
- He's not worth it.
|- Knock it off, you guys.
What was that all about? It was about you, all right? Are you defending my honor again? I'm sorry.
I got out of hand, okay? You know the rumors|aren't true, right? Of course I know|the rumors aren't true.
"Um," what? You okay? It's not a good "um.
" I'm pregnant.
You're pregnant? You're joking, right? - It was before we were together.
|- No, hey.
I'm just gonna walk away.
- No, no.
|- Don't worry about it.
- Please, don't.
|- I have to go, okay? I just need some time to think,|all right? I can't believe Annie would go|to Palm Springs without asking us first.
The lights are out.
That is Ethan's car.
Ethan's car.
- Harry?|- What? Remember the fancy-shmancy|security system.
- Right.
|- Careful.
Oh, hey, look.
There he is.
- There's Ethan.
|- What's he doing? He's asleep on the couch by himself.
Where's Annie? - Harry?|- Deb.
Over here.
There she is.
In bed, asleep.
By herself.
What? - Harry?|- What? - What are we doing?|- I don't know.
I don't know.
It is probably good for her to have|some time away from her parents.
We shouldn't just bust in there? I think not.
You know, I think I've been|second-guessing myself in the parenting department lately.
Why, because of Sean? I guess.
I'm sorry.
I know that that's made things|harder on you.
Well, your mother's tried|to pick up the slack.
- As I said|- It's okay.
I guess we're all|just trying to do our best.
Even your mother.
Although,|I can't say I mind getting away.
I agree.
You smell so good, you know that? What? Do I have sand on my face|or something? No.
Look I love you.
Thank you.
Thank you? I don't know what to say.
Don't say anything.
Just forget it.
What? I have to say something back? It's obligatory? Just forget it, all right? And now you're mad at me.
That's fantastic.
One minute you love me,|the next minute you're mad? Whatever, Silver.
That's not fair.
I didn't do anything.
|Why are you mad at me? Because I didn't say|what you said to me? Is that why you're mad? Because if that's what you want me|to do, I'll do it.
Or you just hold up some cue cards.
|I could read what you want me to say.
- You're overreacting.
|- I'm not.
I'm just reacting.
Well, maybe not the way you wanted|and I am sorry.
- Can you please not act like a freak?|- Is that what you think of me, a freak? Screw you, Dixon.
We should get going.
|We got a long drive ahead of us.
Yeah, well, at least|the heat wave's over, right? Oh, my Lord, my parents? Are here in Palm Springs? And they're blocking us in? Where are they? Mom? Dad? Annie? Ethan? Mrs.
Wilson, Principal Wilson.
What are you doing here? I think that we could ask you|that very same question.
But we won't.
So I think we all have school today.
I think we should get going.
Right? Right.
You guys drive safe.
You too.
- You don't think they?|- I don't even wanna think about it.
Harry Boo.
It's nice and cool in here.
Yeah, thank goodness, huh? So how did your walking go? Or is this a bad time? Do you need to walk some more? No, I'm good.
|You know, I walked enough.
I think.
And? Ade, I wanna tell you that I can do this.
That I can handle this,|that I can deal with having a girlfriend who's pregnant by some other guy.
Navid, I'm not really asking you|for anything.
Because I don't know|if I can do anything or be anything to you.
I just really don't know|how to handle this.
I'm really sorry, Ade.
So listen, I'm sorry.
It's all right.
It's cool.
Yeah? Sure.
|Just pretend it never happened.
Sounds good.
I better go.
So I'll see you later? Yeah, sure.
The kids can have the car.
Really? It was very generous of you,|and it will come in handy.
But they have to pay|for their own gas and insurance.
I'm putting my foot down about that.
I am sorry, you know.
I crossed the line.
It's hard to know when to get involved|and when to butt out.
I want this to work,|but we have to set some ground rules.
That sounds good.
|I work well with structure.
But it'll have to wait|till I get back.
- From?|- Concord, Massachusetts.
I got the mini-series.
I'm Marmie Osgood|in "Red Coats and Blue Bloods.
" Don't worry, Deb.
|My decision had nothing to do with you.
I need the work.
I miss it.
And I think you've got everything|under control here.
Thanks, Tabitha.
And I'm glad you gave the kids a car, because after what you two did|in that minivan, I wouldn't wanna drive it either.
I owe you an apology.
These rumors|about you being on drugs is the last thing you need right now.
Hey, it's not your fault.
Yeah, actually, it is.
I told the blendeds|you were using again.
It was before I knew about, you know,|and they told everyone.
Why would you say that? Because that's what I thought.
|I mean, I don't know.
I was angry.
And before when you were using,|I really wanted to help you.
I reached out to you|and you really hurt me.
You lied and you let me down.
I know I did.
And I'm sorry.
So where do we stand? Well, I'm 16.
I'm having a baby.
So that makes me|a walking statistic.
And my boyfriend|just broke up with me.
- What?|- Yeah.
That's delightful.
I'm all alone|and I'm going through this.
You're not alone, Ade, okay? I'm here, I'm really here.
Okay?|And if you wanna have this baby, I'll go with you to Lamaze class.
If you don't wanna have it,|I'll take you to the clinic.
And if you can't decide, I'll sit with you until you can.
If you'll let me.
Naomi, Adrianna, we're waiting.
Lay off the 'roids, you old freak bag.
Come on.
Ethan? I need to talk to you.
Yeah, well, you didn't have much to say|in the car ride home this morning.
Last night, I wanted to be with you so badly.
But I freaked out because it's not just sex with you.
It's something more.
Hearing those things, the emotions|and stuff that you attach to sex, well, it made me realize|that I feel the same way.
And I want it,|but I just wanna make sure that we have a strong, whatever,|foundation before we get there.
So maybe|we could slow things down a little? And how do you propose|we slow things down? Well, I propose a date.
Just a typical, normal,|boring high school date.
No liver.
No seven courses.
|Just a movie and some making out.
What do you say? I say yes.
I love you, Annie Wilson.
I love you, Ethan Ward.