90210 s02e10 Episode Script

To Thine Own Self Be True

Any available surgeon, please report to ER 1.
What do we have? found unconscious in her home.
Status/post cardiac arrest.
BP is 110/70.
- Medications? - We gave 1 milligram of epinephrine.
She's on Bactrim and Gabapentin.
- Where are you taking her? - Wait in the lobby.
We'll find you when there's news.
Navid? - Oh, hey, I was texting you.
- Oh, good, well, me first.
I am here to rescue your little news-broadcast thingy.
I'm gonna join.
- Naomi - Come on.
I just wanna pad my resume with some extracurriculars.
No, you're gonna flake whenever there's any actual work to do.
- Now, look, l - Please, I really have to get into CU.
Please? Please? Please? Pretty, pretty please? I'm gonna keep begging until you say yes.
- All right.
- Yay.
I know what my segment's gonna be called.
- You're not getting a segment.
- Clark After Dark.
- I'll give people sex advice.
- No.
Okay, listen, I'm getting a bunch of new hi-def video mixers - and you can help me unpack those.
- Exsqueeze me? Well, if you're serious about the Blaze, you can meet me here tomorrow by 6.
Can I talk now? I have something very important to tell you.
This better not be some hazing ritual.
No, it's about Adrianna.
I think she's back on drugs.
What? Of course I'm not on drugs.
Okay? I've been clean for so long.
You know that.
Why would Navid say it if it weren't true? I don't know.
You know things have been pretty bad with us lately.
Maybe he's mad because I've moved on since the breakup.
But you have to believe me, I'm clean.
Look, Ade, I want to believe you.
I really do.
But you've lied to me about this before.
Yeah, well, I'm not lying now.
Hey, do you remember what I was like when I was on coke? Am I acting anything like that right now? - No, you're not.
- Exactly.
Okay, I'm gonna talk to Navid and I'm gonna get to the bottom of it.
Okay? - How is she? Is she okay? - I don't know.
I don't know.
When I woke up this morning, she wasn't breathing so I called 911.
They said she was in cardiac arrest.
But they gave her CPR and her heart starting beating again in the ambulance, but she's been in there for over an hour.
- Hey, everything's gonna be okay.
- No, it's not.
You don't know how sick she's been.
Look, I know that she has cancer.
And it wasn't supposed to happen like this.
Thank you for being so patient.
- Are you a relative? - Yeah, we're her daughters.
Well, your mother suffered a cardiac arrest.
And I'm afraid with the chemotherapy treatments, she's too weak to fight much longer.
She's conscious now.
It would be a good time to see her.
Aren't you coming? - No, I can't.
- Kelly Just go.
I'm sure she'll be happy to see you.
Is anybody coming? Yeah, I am.
Plural We need an S.
Yeah, I think so.
- Morning, Dixon.
- I'm getting a ride from Liam.
Do you want any breakfast? Hey, he'll get over it sooner or later.
- Morning.
- Morning.
- Wow, you're in a good mood.
- Things are good.
- Well, can we get some details? - "Dirty deets," as the kids say? - Seriously, Dad? - Regular details will be just fine.
Well, actually, I've kind of been seeing someone.
- Who's the lucky guy? - His name's Jasper.
- Does he go to West Bev? - Yes.
- What's he like? - He's amazing.
He's a filmmaker, but more like a genius.
I will check his transcripts just to be sure.
- Yeah.
- So can we meet him sometime? Yeah, actually, I was hoping that maybe he could come over for dinner? Sure, that's a great idea.
- How about tomorrow night? - Perfect.
- Shouldn't you be getting to school? - First period study hall.
It's Friday, remember? - "Dirty deets"? - What? That's what they say.
- I don't know.
- I can't believe she's seeing someone.
I can't believe she's actually telling us about it.
- How did it go? - You're coming over tomorrow night.
Hey, do you think Jasper would like chicken tarragon - or mahi-mahi for dinner? - Mahi-mahi.
You got it.
I can't wait to meet him.
- Yeah.
- Mahi-mahi, eh? Look, should I come in through the window for dinner, or should I use the front door? Hey, lvy's mom has a recording studio, right? Oh, you finally gonna make an album as DJ Mr.
Big Dix? No, dude, it's D-l-X.
Anyway, all right, what I was trying to say was maybe we could use that studio to bring down Naomi's sister.
- Okay - Well, all right, look, all we have to do is get lvy to say exactly what Jen said in that recording that you deleted, right? Mix it down so it sounds like Jen.
Boom, let Naomi hear it.
I know you're just trying to help and everything but, dude Mix it down a little bit so it sounds like Jen.
- What's up? - Figure anything out yet? We figured out DJ Mr.
Big Dix is a big moron.
Hey, you're the one who deleted the recording in the first place.
Well, that would make you both morons then, wouldn't it? - DJ Mr.
Big Dix, really? - I have a better idea.
How about you guys come by the media lab and help me unpack some video mixers? Dinner on me, anytime, anywhere, including and limited to In-N-Out Burger.
What do you say? - Fine.
- Right? Hey, Dixon, you in? I don't know, man.
She's been spending a lot of time with that freak.
You gotta keep an eye on her, man.
I saw that dude dealing drugs.
Let's go.
Hello and welcome to Clark After Dark.
Today we're going to talk about all the best ways to make a woman reach ecstasy.
Oh, we have our first caller.
Hello, you're on with Naomi.
Hi, I need some advice.
You see, I'm dating this wonderful girl.
And I just I wanna do filthy, terrible things to her.
What exactly did you have in mind? Oh, my new boss at the Blaze.
Why is he calling you on the weekend? Because I have to go there tomorrow at 6 and unpack some crap.
Oh, I think Katie Couric got her start unpacking crap.
I thought you were going to your parents' house.
I just forgot my laptop.
- Hello, Jamie.
- Hey, Dean Carter.
This is Richard's mom.
This is Naomi Clark.
The girl who was supposed to be Richard's date for my cocktail party? - Kind of.
- And now you're with Jamie.
Can we go now? So after the Bonhams & Butterfields auction, we have a table at Entitlement.
- Is that another night club? - The name's ironic, obviously.
We'll be sitting with the South American coffee magnate, Manuel Fonseco Veloso de.
- You don't speak Portuguese, do you? - No.
And tomorrow night is the benefit concert - Yeah, who does that benefit again? - I forget.
Either a village in Africa or a degenerative spine disease.
- Something wrong? - No.
Everything is fine.
I'm looking forward to all of it.
- But? - It's just that we've been spending a lot of time in your world, and it's been fun.
But, I just, someday, I would like to show you my world.
Ryan, I'm a West Beverly alumni.
I know everything about your world.
I was thinking more along the lines of planning a weekend.
You know, I mean, maybe even this one.
- What exactly do you have in mind? - What about camping? We could go up to Los Padres and we could do a little hiking.
We could sleep out under the stars.
You know, enjoy the peace, the quiet, each other.
Well, it does sound romantic I'd love to.
- Really? - Really.
Yeah, it sounds great.
What's the matter, babe? Forget it.
Just go back to your carbo-loading.
- Naomi, what's wrong? - You said Richard wouldn't be here.
Are you still caught up on that? He's knows that we're dating.
We can't avoid him forever.
It's not Richard I care about.
Then who? His mom? I just can't believe you didn't tell me they were coming.
I didn't know.
Why do you care what she thinks anyways? I don't.
- What do you think she thinks? - She probably hates you.
Oh, great, that's awesome.
Why is this such a big deal? You didn't even like Richard anyways.
She's the fricking Dean of Admissions, Jamie.
Is that why you were dating Richard? - To get to his mom? - Of course not Then why were you dating him? Wait, so you were just using him? How could you treat someone like that? Like you're so noble.
You stole me away from your roommate.
At least that was based on something honest.
Look, Jamie, I'm sorry.
I just wanted to give myself the best possible shot of getting into this school.
Because my dream was always to meet someone like you.
But now I have, I realize I made a mistake.
Can we just move on? - Please? - I don't think you even get it, do you? Richard has been beating himself up for weeks wondering what he did to screw things up with you.
You're a user.
And I don't wanna see you anymore.
This week on the Blaze, we'll have an exclusive interview with Mr.
Lichtenstein about his lifelong battle with hypoglycemia.
God, even I'm bored by that promo.
Maybe I should let Naomi do the sex show.
- What? - No, I mean Why did you tell Naomi I was using? I'm gonna go away from here.
I saw you, Ade.
I saw you buying drugs from Jasper.
I wasn't buying drugs.
What was he doing walking out of your car with cash? - Why are you doing this? - Because I care about you.
- Okay, well, I'm not using.
- No, you clearly are.
When we broke up, you were devastated.
You were sleeping in all day, crying, singing me love songs.
Then I see you walking around school - and you're perfectly fine? - Yeah, I am.
You know why? Because you really weren't that hard to get over.
I'm sorry, but it's true.
The more I thought about things, the more I realized that we were only together because I needed you.
And that's not love.
So, yeah, I do feel completely different.
It has nothing to do with drugs.
I guess I was never really in love with you.
Wow, what is all this? I stopped at the Beverly Center for some wilderness accoutrements.
Be warned though, I bought a knife so powerful that I could butterfly you in 15 minutes.
That is an air mattress, king size when inflated.
But don't worry, I bought a pump.
- What else do you have in here? - Just a few small necessities.
A portable GPS, a Burberry raincoat Jen, we can't bring all this stuff.
All right? The beauty of camping is that we don't need much.
All right? Listen, you don't have to worry because you're gonna be comfortable.
- Trust me.
- But what about the fondue set? I think we can manage without it.
Do you wanna help me bring this stuff inside? Morning.
Just the way you like it, no cream, no sugar.
Thank you.
Thank you for everything.
For staying late at the hospital and driving me home.
I'm just glad you decided to stay here.
Are you hungry? You want me to make you some eggs or something? You always take such good care of me, Kelly.
Sometimes, l I worry that no one's looking after you.
I can take care of myself.
See, one cream, two sugars, just the way I like it.
I really think that you should go see Mom.
You're gonna regret it if you don't say goodbye.
Silver, no.
Mom and I really don't have a relationship anymore.
- And I'm okay with that.
- That's what I used to think too.
I can't tell you how much better I felt since we reconnected.
And I'm glad you did.
But it's different with her and me.
How is it different? Because I have 20 more years of bad memories than you.
And I'm not talking about just your run-of-the-mill falling-down-drunk memories.
I'm talking about a lifetime of never being good enough.
She's different now.
I mean, she's sober Well, her sober wasn't much better for me.
When she was sober, she'd remember to give me my diet pills and make my nose-job appointment.
And remind me of what a colossal disappointment I was.
So you know what? I got the message loud and clear.
Kelly, you have to forgive her, for your own sake.
No, I don't.
Look, I'm happy to pick you up at the hospital, drop you off.
Whatever you need.
But that's it.
Jamie's at football practice.
I came to see you.
Can I come in? I need to apologize to you - for a lot.
- It's fine.
You like Jamie more.
It happens.
I was surprised.
I thought you and I were connecting.
Richard, I was dishonest with you from the start.
I'm not really into the whole environment thing.
Watching that movie on industrial meat production just gave me a craving for Kobe sliders.
- Why didn't you say something? - Because I wanted to date you.
But the whole reason I wanted to date you, the reason I hired you as my tutor even, was so I could meet your mom.
I'm sorry, what? I've always wanted to go to CU.
And I guess I thought if I dated the Dean's son then that would guarantee that I'd get in.
I'm really sorry.
- I realize how awful that is.
- What were you planning to do? Just lead me on until you got your acceptance letter? - I would take it all back if I could.
- Stop.
Just stop.
Okay, so, Dad, you are not gonna tell any stupid jokes during dinner.
When you say "stupid" you mean "hilarious," right? I mean no telling Jasper you're gonna check his transcript or whatever.
Don't worry.
I already checked it.
Okay, crudités and my famous dip.
So you guys know that Jasper's the one wanting to set all this up.
He's been wanting to meet you guys real bad.
You may have mentioned that.
Yeah, and you're gonna love him.
He's so sweet and sensitive.
You know, not like all those typical high-school boys.
Well, we look forward to meeting him.
Is that what you're wearing to dinner? No, this is what I'm wearing to help Navid move some stuff.
Can that wait until later? I was hoping you could join us.
This dinner's important to your sister.
- Whatever.
- What's your problem? Nothing.
I just don't wanna have dinner with your weirdo boyfriend.
Yeah, at least he's not some 40-year-old psycho.
Well, at least Sasha wasn't a drug dealer.
- Jasper is not a drug dealer.
- Well, that's what Navid told me.
No, look, Navid doesn't know what he's talking about.
Okay? - Enjoy your dinner.
- Hey, Dixon.
Mom, Dad, this is Jasper.
Isn't it nice to get out of Beverly Hills for a change? I'm just glad your idea of roughing it includes a bottle of Pinot Grigio.
What'd you expect? A jar of moonshine? We're campers not savages.
What are you doing with my New York Times? Starting a fire.
Don't worry, I didn't touch the Style section.
- Ryan, did you check the weather? - Not exactly.
- Well, it never rains in L.
- Yeah, apparently, it does.
I'm so happy I wore my suede boots.
What do you want me to do? Obviously, there's nothing you can do.
Just Pull the Give it a Yeah, that's Okay.
This is going well.
Okay, what about this? All you have to do is get Naomi's sister alone in the bedroom.
Seduce her.
Get her to admit that she slept with you.
Meanwhile, you hide Naomi behind a curtain until she hears everything.
Just like Polonius in Hamlet, my friend.
- Doesn't Polonius get stabbed? - Spoiler.
I haven't started my homework.
Guys, I am not seducing Jen.
That is the worst idea we've had yet.
It's a brilliant idea.
We should forget about the whole thing.
- You're not giving up? - I don't know, maybe.
Come on, Hamlet, we'll figure something out.
- Yeah, we'll figure something out.
- Yeah, we'll figure something out.
The dip, it was excellent, Mrs.
So I haven't told you guys, I don't think, but Jasper and I are working on a film together.
Wow, that's great.
- Sweetie, can you hand me a napkin? - Yeah, there you go.
Yeah, I've seen some of the footage and it's gorgeous.
He's a genius.
Annie's my inspiration.
Jasper, what else do you do besides filmmaking? Not a whole lot.
And who are your friends at West Bev? Well, it's pretty much just Annie.
Yeah, because the kids at West Bev suck.
They're all lemmings and spoiled brats.
We don't wanna be friends with them.
Come on, they're not all bad.
Just because you had a falling out with your friends doesn't Okay, those people were never my friends.
Annie, look at me.
We talked about this, right? We just gotta forget about it.
I know.
I know.
You're right.
- Sorry.
- It's okay.
Well, I bet dinner is almost ready.
I'm gonna check on that.
Oh, no, no, you sit.
We've got this.
Thank you.
I feel like I'm totally blowing it.
- Did I do something wrong? - No.
No, you are perfect.
It's them.
Look, right before you got here, Dixon told them that stupid rumor about you being a drug dealer or whatever.
Dinner's ready.
It doesn't really matter.
I hope you like mahi-mahi.
Look, I know that you think I'm a drug dealer.
- It's not true.
- Well, obviously.
It's been hard for me to fit in at West Bev.
I mean, people, they're always talking about me behind my back and I never used to care what anyone even thought about me.
But now that I'm with Annie, I mean, everything is changed.
Because when I'm with her I feel like I have a place in the world.
I care about her so much and I just know that if you just give me a chance, you'll see that all I want is what's best for your daughter.
Well, I'm glad to hear you say that because that's all that we want too.
All right.
Thank you.
Jasper, try some of that.
Sounds good.
- Annie? - Yes, please.
Dig in.
Navid, I'm here to unpack your crap.
Hey, could you give me a hand? - Please, I'm gonna drop it.
- Okay.
All right, just set it over there.
Oh, God.
I tried to find crushed ice.
All they have is cubed.
You okay? Yeah, I'm fine.
What? If I could take back what happened last year, I would.
I think about it every single day.
Well, well, well, she finally showed up.
Oh, I'm sorry.
- L - Let's get back to work, huh? Yeah, get back to work.
Hey, Silver, it's your ride calling.
I was waiting outside for you, you never came out.
So now I'm here in the hall outside Mom's room.
I don't see you anywhere.
So I hope everything's okay.
Call me when you get this or just come find me.
What happened? Where is she? I just clean the room.
- Great.
So can we go home now? - It'll let up soon.
Come on, the car's all packed up.
Let's cut our losses here.
Wow, this was clearly a huge mistake.
- What are you talking about? - I thought we could do something that I wanted to do instead of doing what you wanna do.
But I guess I'm the one who makes sacrifices in the relationship.
Sacrifices? What, you don't enjoy the? The extravagant auctions, the lavish night clubs, the charities where people don't even know what charity they're supporting? No, actually, I don't.
But I go anyways.
You know, I let you tell me who I have to impress.
And squeeze my elbow whenever I do something wrong, which is all the time.
I walk around on eggshells and it's not fun.
But I put up with it because it's what you wanna do.
I had no idea.
- I thought you were enjoying yourself.
- Yeah, I know you did.
We can't drive down the mountain in this weather.
All right? As soon as it lets up, I'll take you home.
Kelly? - You okay? - You were right.
You said I should say goodbye and I didn't.
Now it's too late.
No, it's not too late.
What? No, they moved her to a private room.
You still have time to say goodbye.
Okay, so I know that the first half of that was totally unbearable and maybe we did need one of dad's corny jokes to break the ice.
But I think it really turned around when we started the fish, which was delicious, by the way.
And I want to thank you both so much for just listening to Jasper and giving him a second chance.
What? Annie, we don't think you should see Jasper anymore.
You don't think I should? I know you're upset, but we're doing what's best for you.
Is this because of that stupid rumor? Obviously, that concerns us.
We know Navid.
We trust him.
- But it's a lie.
- No, it's more than the rumor.
Jasper is odd.
How can you say that? You don't even know him.
He doesn't have any friends.
Yeah, because the kids at our school suck.
Annie, you are not yourself around him.
You're not a loner or an outcast.
You have no idea who I am anymore! Hi, Kel.
- Hi, Mom.
- I'm so glad you came.
Sorry it took me so long.
You shouldn't apologize.
I'm the one who's sorry.
I've been a terrible mother.
It's just you didn't turn out at all like I expected.
- Mom - And thank God for that.
Because you are so much better.
The way you have raised Silver.
I don't know how you learned how to be such a good mother.
But you are.
You're such an amazing person, Kelly.
You're so beautiful, strong and caring.
I'm so proud of you.
And I'm so sorry for everything that happened.
I forgive you.
Thank you for coming.
I have been so tired.
But I knew that I just had to hang on till you got here.
I love you, Kelly.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Did you get all that crap unpacked? I wasn't much help.
What are you doing here? Well, I I heard that you apologized to Richard.
And I have to say I'm impressed.
Well, you were right.
- I needed to be honest with him.
- Oh, come on, you made a mistake.
So what? So did I.
You know I totally overreacted and I shouldn't have got so upset.
But you did the right thing and once I heard that, well, it was hard for me to stay mad at the girl I'm falling for.
And I am, Naomi.
I'm falling for you.
I need to be honest with you too.
It was my dream to meet someone like you.
But the truth is I'm still hung up on someone else.
Someone I thought I was over.
I hope he's worth it.
You know that mahi-mahi, it wasn't half bad, Annie.
Jasper When can I come back and try the chicken tarragon? Look, they said that I can't see you anymore.
- Jasper? - I'm here.
I mean, they still believe Navid.
Otherwise, I know that they would have loved you.
- I know that, but - Look, just calm down, Annie.
There's no point in getting mad at anyone.
It's not gonna help anything.
What's done is done.
Right? Yeah, but what are we gonna do? We'll figure something out, okay? I promise.
We'll figure something out.
Hey, I know I should have called first, but your mom let me in.
- Hey.
- I had the perfect guy, Ade.
He went to my dream school.
He plays football.
He's SAE.
What is wrong with me? - Would you mind shutting the door? - Yeah, sure.
- What are you doing? - Nothing.
- So, what happened with Jamie? - What's in your purse? - Stop it.
- Give it to me.
- It's private.
- Are you kidding me? You lied to me again? I'm sorry.
Are you ever gonna stop this? You know what? Do what you want.
I'm over it.
How long you been out here? Since the rain stopped.
And how did you start a fire? The Style section.
Look, I'm sorry that I forced you to go to all those parties.
I mean, you know, how'd you know I hated them? I wasn't honest.
Well, we're in a relationship.
I wouldn't expect you to be honest.
- You don't really mean that.
- Come on, Ryan, I know the cliché.
Tell each other everything.
No secrets, blah, blah, blah.
But in the real world, it doesn't work.
- Jen, come on, that's - Honest.
No, it's sad.
- I mean, if you really believe that - Of course, I do.
I mean, you say that you wanna know everything, - but you really don't.
- I do.
- Jen, I really like you.
- That's my point.
And there's nothing that you could tell me, short of a Charles Manson streak, that would make me like you less.
I'm broke and living off Naomi.
So? What do you mean, "so"? It's not like I'm dating you for your money.
I mean, if anything, I'm dating you despite your money.
How'd you lose it? I blew it trying to land my husband.
Your husband? Well, I'm getting a divorce, but, yes, he is technically still my husband.
Okay, that's Why didn't you tell me that? Because then you would ask me why the relationship ended.
And? He cheated on me.
- Sorry.
- There you go.
- It happens.
- No, it doesn't happen.
I mean, it shouldn't happen.
I, for one, would never cheat on you.
- Honestly? - Honestly.
I got it.
I know what to do.
I know exactly what we're gonna do to take down Naomi's sister.
Somebody help.
Is he okay? - You guys, call 911.
- Somebody call 911.