90210 s02e06 Episode Script

Wild Alaskan Salmon

- Hey.
- Hey.
Did you remember the cilantro? Please say yes, I am dying to try this new soup recipe and it's not gonna taste like anything without I didn't.
I'm sorry.
What? I should tell you something, I think.
Actually, I don't know if I should tell you or if I should just tell her to tell you What are you talking about? Come on, sit down.
Tell me.
- It's about Mom.
- What about her? She has She has cancer.
- She's dying.
- What? Yeah.
I ran into her at an AA meeting when I went with Ade and she wanted to talk to me, to make up with me.
I told her to leave me alone.
Actually, I told her to drop dead.
I didn't know what was going on.
She told Ade that she was dying and then Ade told me and then I was dying to tell you, but I thought - maybe she would tell you - I'm pretty sure she wouldn't.
I made it clear that I never wanted to talk to her again.
Me too.
But now everything's different, right? We should call her.
What should we do? Nothing.
We do nothing.
Nothing's different.
I'm sorry that she's sick.
I am, but we can't get sucked back into that woman's drama.
- It's not drama.
- Yes, it is.
With mom, it always is.
Listen to me, I want you to think about everything that she has done.
All the ways that she has hurt you.
Just because someone's sick doesn't change the past.
Promise me that you won't get sucked back in.
I promise.
Who cares how much money these blockbusters make? They're insidious.
They're killing cinema.
Kubrick, Tarkovsky, Bunuel.
Where are these masters today? Where are they? Well, Bunuel, he directed Alvin and the Chipmunks, right? Look, I'm sorry, I know I take this all too seriously.
Are you kidding? You're passionate.
It's awesome.
It's great.
Makes me a pretty popular character around here too.
Who cares what these idiots think? I'm impressed.
- You're just nice.
- No.
Well, I think you're nice.
I think you're very nice.
Well, how would you feel about taking a very nice girl along with you the next time you went to the cinema? Feel good about it.
There's a Something playing at the Egyptian in a couple days.
Sounds good.
Yo, Dris, isn't that your booty call with Mr.
Columbine? Homeboy got dumped for that guy? That's pitiful.
- It's also kind of funny.
- Shut up, you douche.
What, am I supposed to, like, keep tabs on every stupid hook-up? It's cool.
No shame in sharing your candy with Jasper.
I enjoyed that evening the other night.
The moonlight ride, dinner in the orchard.
You know, my chef is famous for his white truffle omelets.
But he only serves them at breakfast.
Well, if I'm ever up early and in the neighborhood, I'll drop by.
Still the stubborn bucking filly, huh? No.
Just not that kind of girl.
Come on Oh, wow.
Oh, yes, Continental Accent.
Impeccable bloodlines, five generations of champions.
- He's for sale.
- He's magnificent.
And he could be worth a fortune.
With his earnings potential at the racetrack and his years of stud work after there's no limit to how much he could make.
Well, look who's here again.
Have a wonderful ride, ladies.
Well, are you enjoying your Juan Peron? Let's just say I'm enjoying access to the finest riding estate in 50 miles.
So I have some good news.
- I've started my divorce proceedings.
- Hey, that's great.
Well, it's all thanks to your advice.
We just need to send in a deposit to retain the lawyer.
It's a little over 100,000.
Ideally, by Thursday.
Isn't that kind of a lot? I've seen divorces advertised on TV for like $200.
Well, I don't want a TV lawyer.
The pre-nup is pretty solid.
I'm sorry, you signed a pre-nup? Yes.
Which is why I need an excellent lawyer.
If he can show that Olivier violated the marital contract by celebrating adultery, the French national pastime, then he can prove I'm entitled to a share of his assets.
But if he can't, I'm just out $100,000? I'm the one footing the bill here, remember? Not you.
How many times are you throwing that in my face? Someone needs to be responsible about money, Jen.
You know what? I don't need financial counsel from a trust-fund brat.
You're one to talk.
You never worked a day in your life.
We're a little different, honey.
I went to Yale.
You didn't manage to graduate.
You just threw yourself at some rich guy's feet like it was 1957.
And now you're offering me romantic advice? That's a laugh.
You couldn't even keep your little high school James Dean happy.
The shrimp looks good, huh? - The wild Alaskan salmon is in.
- I'm thinking shrimp.
But then I always get shrimp.
Does that make me boring and predictable? No, silly.
Get what you want.
Look, Ade, I feel like things have been a little off between us.
It's okay.
I mean going back to school and putting the acting thing on the side it's been a big shift for you.
I totally get that.
It's like the tectonic plates have shifted.
But you and me we're, like, earthquake proof.
Well, to belabor the metaphor Speaking of architecture, it reminds me I'm sorry, am I blabbering too much? - Ade? - No.
I'm listening.
And I'm reading this amazing book by Frank Lloyd Wright and I'm totally obsessed with architecture right now.
We have to go to the art center to check out the Hollyhock house and the Ennis house - when the renovations are complete.
- Okay, stop.
- I can't do this.
- What? This.
I can't do it anymore.
What? What are you talking about? I can't be your girlfriend.
Okay, these last few months have been a blur and maybe you're right.
Okay? Maybe it's just been all too much.
Not acting.
Losing my agent.
I am so overwhelmed.
I need to figure out who I am before I just become Navid's girlfriend.
I need some time alone.
We need to break up.
Oh, my God.
I am so sorry.
Look, I was like, "I might get shrimp.
" And then she's like, "Oh, wild Alaskan salmon, that's in.
" And then I said, "Maybe I shouldn't get the shrimp.
Maybe that's boring.
" And then she said, "No, silly.
" She always called me silly.
- Hey.
- Hey, what's up, guys? Sorry I'm late.
- Wilshire was like a parking lot.
- So cut up to Beverly.
Would you shut up about the traffic? I'm dying here.
Okay? - Sorry, bro.
Oh, okay.
- I'm sorry.
- So nice place you got here, man.
- Yeah, thanks.
- What's underneath this tarp? - Nothing.
Just don't.
Just don't touch that.
Are you hungry? I think I got sandwich stuff in the house.
My mom made some kind of cake if you want dessert.
Okay, you know, screw dessert.
Why don't we grab a couple of six-packs, head down to the beach, - take your mind off it.
- I don't wanna take my mind off it.
I wanna figure it out, it doesn't make any sense.
I was at the restaurant and I sat down and I was like, "I might get the shrimp.
" And then she was like, "Oh, yeah, wild Alaskan salmon, that's in.
" And then I said, "Oh, maybe shrimp's boring.
" Please tell me how you deal with those brats all day long.
Well, it's not easy, especially now that caning is politically incorrect.
Naomi troubles? Can you disown a sibling? I know she drives you nuts, but just because you guys are so close.
Come on, you know you're all she's got.
She's lucky to have you taking care of her.
Now, are you gonna be a gentleman and help me off with these? Well, I was considering it, but then I thought: "What if I helped her off with everything but the boots?" And I gotta say it wasn't the worst image.
Well, I mean, you don't hear me complaining.
And with her signature impeccable timing, there's Naomi.
Who's apparently changed her name to "Eduardo.
" This is our time together.
Besides Eduardo's gotta learn that I'm not always available to him.
What? You're upset.
No, I love being in the loop and hearing your strategies for juggling guys.
- It's a real aphrodisiac.
- Oh, please, you can't possibly be jealous.
I mean, obviously we're dating other people.
Yeah, I mean, yeah, sure.
Now, where were we? - Hey.
- Hi.
What's up? Nothing much.
I was just thinking we haven't really hung out that much since Teddy's boat party.
And yet the world is still spinning around somehow.
Annie, look, I never meant to hurt you with that sext.
I mean, yeah, I showed it to a couple of friends and that was lame, and I'm really sorry.
- Really sorry.
- Thanks.
Well, come on, the real jerk in this whole thing is Naomi.
She's the one that sent it.
She's a bitch.
Can't argue that.
So you think, maybe, I don't know, we could hang out some time? Yeah, no.
- So, what, are you seeing somebody? - Maybe.
As long as it's not that Jasper dude.
And what's wrong with Jasper? You really don't know? The guy's a psycho.
Pulled a knife on a guy last spring.
- I'm sure that's just gossip.
- No, it's not.
Jasper is a seriously messed up guy.
So I just I'd be careful if I were you.
- Oh, God, hi.
- Hey, there you are.
So when are we gonna have our lunch? - Harry, hi.
How are things? - Well, good.
And are we playing hide-and-go-seek, because I found you, you're it.
And I feel like you've been avoiding me.
No, I've been really busy with mid-terms and college counseling.
So what about tomorrow for lunch? - No, that's no good for me.
- Next day? Let me check.
Okay? I will look.
But I have to go to a thing, so I'll just shoot you an e-mail.
Hi, I'm here to see my mother.
You must be Silver.
My name's Mindy.
I'm one of your mom's nurses.
Come in.
I'm glad you're here.
Your mother's gonna need support from her family during this time.
- We have a visitor.
- Who is it? I just knew you'd come.
- Three months? - That's just a guess.
Nobody really knows these things.
But I wouldn't buy any theatre tickets for much after that.
There's no stage five.
You haven't touched your tea.
I don't really drink tea.
Just coffee.
- Get out.
Really, since when? - I don't know, four years.
- Well, I can get you some coffee.
- Don't worry about the coffee.
When did they find the cancer? Last year.
I did everything they told me.
Stopped drinking.
Tried my damndest anyway.
Had the lump removed, did the chemo and all that, but But I guess they didn't get it all and by now it's spread everywhere.
All I know is that the tick-tick-tick just gets louder each day.
When I laid into you at your meeting I didn't know that you were so sick.
You had every right to say those things.
I was such a lousy mother.
If I could go back and change the past, I would.
All I can do now is focus on the present.
It's all I have.
That's good.
I mean, it's not too late.
You know, maybe we can even hang out a little.
I'd like that.
Do you think Would you What? Will you move back home? Lt'd mean the world to me.
Can I join you for lunch? And before you answer, you should know that I haven't asked one person that in the past two miserable years here.
I've actually got this Chem.
Quiz to study for.
It's okay, I eat super quietly.
It's almost freakish.
You know, I'd better eat alone.
- Are you okay? - Yeah, I'm just busy.
What about the Egyptian later? I totally forgot I signed up for peer tutoring and it starts today, so I gotta cancel.
- Okay, well maybe - Some other time.
What? I was counting on you.
I gotta get out there and meet somebody.
And now my wingman's bailing on me at the last second? That's cold, brother.
I'm just saying, you know, first rule of the wingman's handbook, don't bail on your pilot.
All right, later.
Sounds like somebody needs a wingman.
Oh, no, we were just making a vague future sort of plan.
No, hey.
I was a primo wingman back in the day.
I wouldn't mind getting out of the house, blowing off steam, - knocking back a few frosties.
- Frosties? Brewskies, my friend.
Bitter batters.
Barley pops.
Brain hammers.
The real man's Zima.
- I could go on.
- No, I think I got it.
Now, the first round, it's on moi.
- Hey.
- Hey.
I got your text.
Thanks for coming.
I know it was short notice and all.
Okay, here's the thing, I've been feeling sick about our fight the other day.
Thank God.
Me too.
I mean, when we're not getting along, I can't function.
I couldn't focus at all in class today.
Naomi, you're not just my baby sister, you're my best friend.
Stupid things like money should never get in the way of that.
Which is why I've decided to move out.
What? That's crazy.
Don't be Just while I figure out this divorce thing.
- What are you gonna do for money? - Oh, I'll make do.
Besides, you'll be better off.
You don't need me around spending all your money and dragging you down.
Now, let's see here.
Shall we order an appetizer? I wanna enjoy this place while I'm still a member.
- Hey, Ryan.
- Hi.
I was wondering, since she wasn't in class, if I could give you a humanities handout for Silver.
It's just a short story and a couple essay questions.
- She wasn't in class? - No.
I think Adrianna said something about Silver taking your mother to a doctor's appointment.
Yeah, I will make sure she gets it.
- I guess Silver told you.
- Yeah.
Pretty crazy, right? How you feeling? Much better now that you're here.
- Mom - I'm sorry I didn't call you.
I just thought with all the terrible things I did - Please, don't - No, I need to say this.
No, you don't.
Okay? What happened between us happened.
We can't change it.
I know.
The only reason I came here was to tell you to leave Silver alone.
- What? - She is bipolar, mom.
She's doing really well right now.
We're doing really well.
I know.
I wanna be a part of it, try to be a mother while I still can.
Fine, be one.
Mothers want what's best for their children.
What's best for Silver is that you leave her alone.
Take care of yourself.
Hey, Mark.
Sorry I don't sign autographs until game day.
Look, I just wanted to thank you for warning me about Jasper.
Oh, yeah, no worries.
I do owe you, right? Look, I meant what I said, I'm really sorry.
So what, so you're not gonna go out with him? No.
So you're single? You're alone? Yeah, well, it's not like I'm some kind of leper or anything, but no I'm not dating anybody.
- Are you doing anything tonight? - Not really.
Me neither.
Do you wanna, maybe, hang out together? - What the hell, right? - Yeah, what the hell.
So just put your account number and your new billing address at the top right-hand corner and we'll have this Jen, stop.
- No, I can't.
- Yes, you can.
I am not letting money drive a wedge between me and my best friend.
Thank you.
Now go take the cheating frog ex-husband for all he's worth, okay? Wait.
- Perfect score from the judges.
- Thank you.
Well, there's only one judge I care about.
Well, extra prefect scores from her.
I know, right? - I'm having the best day with you.
- Me too.
It's great kissing you and not feeling like we're doing something wrong.
No, I know.
Mom, you shouldn't be standing outside.
- Let's go in.
- I'm sorry.
I'm sorry, Silver.
I had no right to ask you to move in.
I have no right to ask anything of you.
- Kelly's right, I should leave you alone.
- Kelly? Well, when she first showed up I was hurt, but she's right.
I'm sorry.
I will stay away.
No, I have a cute girl for you.
You know that Starbucks on Olympic near the school? - Yeah.
- Okay.
There's a barista there, works in the morning, redhead, wears her hair up.
She sings her drink orders in an opera voice.
Two non-fat extra foam double caps.
- I know who you mean.
- And? I wanna murder that woman in the span of time it takes her to place my drink order.
Somebody's a diva.
I have got to drain the lizard.
Let's keep spit-balling.
Another round, please.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- So who's your friend? - Oh, no, he's not a friend.
They just let him out of the institution, actually.
Well, if you can lose him, I'm just right over there.
Yeah, okay.
- Excuse me.
- Sure.
Okay, you know the French lady that came to talk about the semester abroad program? - You know the one? - With the withered hand? You're such a diva.
It's so strange, you know, like ever since that night at the party, even though I hadn't seen you in years, it's like we just picked up and we'd never been apart.
I know.
I feel the same way.
I mean, even though you were with another guy didn't seem like you were.
You know, I really don't wanna hurt Navid anymore.
So maybe for a while we just keep our relationship on the down-low.
Relationship? Relationships are just You know, they're just not my thing.
- So you don't want to - Don't take everything so seriously.
Oh, my God.
Look, we can still have a great time together.
I am such an idiot.
I mean, how can you be depressed all the time? Snap out of it.
- Back on Annie now? - Little miss mopey.
That's right.
She is in high school for Pete's sake.
I don't know, I think high school can be pretty rough for some.
"Poor kids, they have it so rough with all the daily grind and the peer pressure" - Wait, so this is Deb again - Yeah, who is now in a huff with me about how to raise the kids.
I mean, at least before, you know, I can go to school and vent but But this is Kelly again? Yeah, who now hides every time I come around the corner.
Well, imagine that.
- What? - Nothing.
Go on.
Well, I don't know.
We used to be best buds, you know.
And what is it the kids say? Awkward.
Hello? Silver? I've been calling for dinner.
- I'm eating along tonight.
- But I made How dare you talk to Mom about me behind my back? Okay.
I'm sorry.
I just I think it's best if you don't get involved with her.
She's dying, Kelly.
Don't you get that? Don't you care about her at all? It's not that I don't care about her, it's that I really care about you.
Yeah, well, I can make decisions for myself, you know.
- I can take care of myself.
- No, frankly, you can't.
- Excuse me? - Silver, you're bipolar.
Not that that's a bad thing it's just a thing, okay? You are different.
You can't handle intense stuff.
And Jackie is intense.
What she's going through is intense.
It's gonna bring up stuff, stuff that you shouldn't be thinking about or dealing with.
- Trust me.
- You can't decide what kind of relationship I have with my dying mother.
Yes, I can.
I'm your guardian and I'm the one who takes care of you.
Now come in to dinner.
I wouldn't have called you, but I was just losing my mind.
Going over every second of every day, just trying to figure it out.
And then it hit me.
What do you mean? Well, you've known her longer than anyone, dude.
- Of course, right.
- So what's your take here? What do you think could have happened? I don't know.
People are complicated.
Yeah, I tried talking to Ade, but I got nothing.
It's like she's trying to hide something.
No, look, don't let your imagination go crazy on you.
No, all I can guess is that I let her down somehow and she doesn't wanna hurt me even more by telling me what I did.
I don't know, man.
All I know is that I'm dying here.
- Another lovely dinner.
- Yes.
And the chances of it leading into an even lovelier breakfast? You never give up, do you? Yet to meet a horse I can't break.
You know what? I'm in.
- You're spending the night? - No.
I'm buying a race horse.
I want Continental Accent.
- It's an extremely risky business.
- Which is why it sounds fun.
Yeah, but why be impulsive? I would hate to see you lose your money.
Who's talking about my money? I've just received a generous gift and I have a spare hundred grand.
- Sorry, forgot a blanket.
- It's okay.
- You want a glass of wine? - Yeah.
Didn't really peg you as a picnic basket guy.
Yeah, my parents are Hollywood Bowl fanatics and they never go without a full spread.
Well, that's nice that you learned from them.
- No, I just took their basket.
- You stole their food? They were seeing Barry Manilow tonight.
Anybody lame enough to see Barry Manilow deserves what they get.
You're awful.
I'm such an idiot.
I had a perfect life and I completely sabotaged it.
I just lost the love of my life.
- What am I gonna do without Navid? - Okay, enough with the self pity.
This just happened, Ade.
It not like he's gone off to war or married some wealthy duchess.
You can still fix this.
- You really think I can? - Yeah.
He's a great guy, granted.
But it's Navid not George Clooney.
It's not like he's moved on or anything.
Wingman surrendering his keys, pilot, sir.
- I don't even know how they talk.
- I think you nailed it.
- Call me.
- What, me or him? Whatever, skank.
Silver, Adrianna, follow me.
God, Annie, you are so hot.
We're a little exposed out here.
Oh, no, we're okay.
Unless someone's flying into LAX super low.
Worst case, we just give them a thrill.
You know, we should probably start thinking about getting home.
Come on, don't be a tease.
I'm not being a tease.
I'm just ready to leave.
- It's still early.
Come on.
- No, seriously What is the big deal? Don't be a prude.
Mark, no.
Your lips are saying no, but your body says yes.
- Mark, get off of me.
I mean it.
- Yeah, right.
Take one step near either of us and I'm calling the cops.
Hey, you okay? I hope I didn't scare you back there, jumping out and all.
No, please.
I'm so glad you did.
Yeah, I just I don't know, when I saw you guys leaving together I had a bad feeling.
Well, thanks.
Can you tell me one thing? What got you all weirded out the other day in the cafeteria? Yeah, that.
Fully my fault.
Honestly, I can't believe this, but it's because of something that Mark said.
Get out, that creep is dissing me? What did he say? Wait, let me guess.
"Man, that Jasper, don't trust him.
He doesn't play football.
He doesn't hang up freshmen by their underwear.
He's a freak.
" Yeah, something like that.
I mean, he said you pulled a knife on somebody.
What? What a crock.
I knew he'd make up some outrageous lie, but that I did not expect.
I gotta give him props for creativity, right? Look, I know that's what got you scared off, but it's cool.
But I'm not scared off now.
No, no, now there's no room for the cranberry juice.
Your mom's magical hangover cure, huh? Yeah, but cranberry juice All right, you know what, honey, let me take over for you, Harry.
- Knock yourself out.
- Perfect.
Thank you, Kelly.
A horse? You dragged me all the way across town to show me a horse? - Say hello to Continental Accent.
- Hello.
His sire was Liberty Ride and his dam, Frou-Frou both great champions.
Have you been doing mushrooms? He's mine.
A gift from Eduardo and he is gonna make me Us, a lot of money.
Aren't you? Nice car, Mark.
- Silver? - I'd like to move in with you.
I made a huge mistake.
All that stuff about wanting to be alone.
I realize now that's really not what I want.
And, yeah, I'm going through some weird stuff right now, but the truth is I wanna go through it with you.
Oh, so, that's what the truth is? Yeah.
See I thought it had something more to do with the fact that you kissed Teddy.
Look, whatever Silver told you I can totally explain.
No, Ade.
You don't have to explain anything.
All right? And, Silver didn't tell me, Teddy did.
- Navid, wait.
Please? - Ade, I want nothing more to do with you.