90210 s03e16 Episode Script

It's High Time

Previously on 90210: When people find out I'm gay, that's all I'm gonna be.
I totally understand what you're going through.
I thought that everyone here was gonna be shallow and superficial.
But then I lived here for a little while and I realized that people here are just as nice and genuine as the people back home.
I think you are both amazing, beautiful people.
You're not at all shallow and superficial like Annie said.
- What? - What the hell is this? I was just, uh, helping Emily run lines.
Don't you see it? She won't stop until she destroys my entire life.
Who do you think they're going to believe? You, or innocent little Emily? I'm Max, we're lab partners.
You know what, Max? I'm a lot of things.
An airhead, a clotheshorse, occasional bitch, but I am not a quitter.
Ah! I think I have the hots for a nerd.
- He's cheating on me.
- Why would you think that? Because I found this in his room.
Fine, I cheated.
Maybe it's time you try to move on from Navid.
I'm gonna find out who this belongs to and I'm going to destroy her.
- This is an amazing specimen.
- Oh, yeah? It's not as amazing a specimen as you.
Oh, Max.
This isn't right.
Something's wrong.
Nothing's wrong.
In fact, everything's as right as a 90-degree angle.
Come here, Naomi.
You know you want it.
- James Dean? - I guess.
That's who you want to play you in your life story? What? You're the one who made me choose.
You do realize he's dead, right? - Yeah, so? - So he can't play you in your life story.
Whatever, dude.
Like Denzel Washington is any better.
Dude's like 50 years old.
At least he's still alive.
- Dude, you suck at this game.
- Yeah, you suck at pool.
Did you just attack my skills? I think I did.
- Attack this.
- Oh, man.
- Hey.
Hey, guys.
- Sorry.
Sorry, man.
He's trying to work, idiot.
No, I just thought you might be interested in this.
I got an e-mail from Kevin, who normally covers my sports beat.
Well, apparently, he's got pink eye and he needs someone to cover his upcoming matches.
You thought we might be interested? Including the girls' beach volleyball finals.
And, uh, who is playing in the finals? Those smoking hot girls from the Palisades? Oh, yeah.
You guys coming with? - You know how much we love Blaze.
- Yeah, that's a bunch of bull.
- Ha, ha.
- Hey, guys.
- What's up, Teddy? - Hey.
What are you guys talking about? Nothing much.
- Yeah, just volleyball.
- Yeah.
- Oh, yeah? - Yeah.
- Oh, ahem, well, I gotta get to class.
- Uh, me too.
See you guys later.
Sorry I'm late.
I did not get a lot of sleep last night and had to deal with some treacherous eye bags this morning.
- Your eyes look fine.
- Thank God for hemorrhoid cream.
- Excuse me? - Oh, it shrinks the tissue.
I would think you know that seeing as your job is giving guidance.
Well, I called you in because I wanted to talk to you about CU.
Yes, good.
I am here and I am incredibly eager to talk about college.
I can't wait to start at CU and meet some real men.
There aren't a lot of brainy nerds at CU, are there? In college, it's actually considered cool to be smart and Never mind.
Look, I got a heads up from the admissions office.
- You've been wait-listed.
- What? I understand you're disappointed, but being wait-listed means they're considering admitting you.
That's good, Naomi.
But I don't understand.
My SAT scores were much better the third time.
And I've been working on the Blaze.
Didn't you see my segment, - "Is Fat Contagious"? - I did.
It showed a unique voice.
I'm sorry, Naomi.
I was wait-listed.
- Oh! - Hey.
Oh, hey, Emily.
- Hey.
- Sorry about that.
No, I'm sorry.
I wasn't looking where I was going.
- Thanks.
- How you been? Oh, um, okay.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
Things have been, um, okay.
Things have been actually pretty awful at home.
- Annie hates me.
- No way.
Annie doesn't hate you.
I never should have auditioned for that play.
It was so stupid.
She totally hates me for it.
Emily, that's just not true.
She called me a A B word.
Really? You know, I worshiped Annie ever since I was a kid.
All I wanted was her approval and her friendship.
And now she hates me.
And she's giving me the silent treatment and it's awful.
- You shouldn't do that.
- What do you mean? If Annie saw you touching me, she would probably accuse me of hitting on you and freak out or something.
In fact, we probably shouldn't talk to each other at all.
Annie would hate it.
Emily, that is just not true.
Ivy, come here.
- Think I should get this sushi? - No.
What, did you fall on your head? Definitely do not get the mystery sushi.
That stuff's riskier than fugu.
- Fugu? - Yeah, that Japanese puffer fish.
Really? You don't know what fugu is? - Hey, I grew up in Kansas, okay? - Ha, ha.
Um, well, it's gotta be prepared perfectly or it's poisonous.
Wow, that's cool.
It's like playing Russian roulette at dinner.
Ha, ha, kind of.
You know, there's this place downtown that has it.
If you want to go sometime, it'd be kind of fun.
You mean, like as friends? Uh, well, I mean, I was actually I was thinking maybe more than friends.
Um, I can't.
I'm sorry, Ivy.
After what happened with you and Oscar, l Friends is all we can ever be.
Got it.
You know, I'm actually gonna get out of here.
I don't I forgot, I'm not really that hungry.
Silver, over here.
Sorry I'm late.
- Any news? - Not yet.
Giles is meeting with the other producers this morning.
He said he'd call by noon and it's It's him.
Wish me luck.
Ha, ha.
If this goes well, you might be having lunch with the next Lauren Conrad.
Good luck.
Hey, Giles.
How'd the meeting go? What? Yeah, but you were the one who came to me.
But there will be drama.
I'm all about drama.
Yeah, of course.
Oh, I'm not really sure he would agree to do that.
Okay, yeah.
You too.
- What happened? - They have a lot of shows.
They decided not to take mine to the studio at this point.
What does that mean? It means it's over.
My reality show, my career, everything.
Ade, God, I'm sorry.
Is there something that we can do? This is all Navid's fault.
- What do you mean? - Giles just said if Navid signed a release, we could have put that huge fight that we had in the pilot presentation.
I mean, that's the kind of drama we needed.
I can't believe that Navid is ruining my career, on top of breaking up with me and cheating on me.
You know what? There is something you can do.
What's that? You can help me find the cheating whore who's ruined my life.
I cannot believe we're graduating in a matter of months.
We're never gonna walk these hallways again.
Or eat in the cafeteria again.
We're never gonna have lockers ever again.
Um, are you getting nostalgic for high school? - Ew, ha, ha.
- Ha, ha.
I don't know what's wrong with me.
Hey, so I applied to this place, Drexel.
Drexel University? Like, in Philadelphia? Yeah.
Well, I, uh, figured they have a good Engineering Department.
And, uh, Pennsylvania is cool because it's close to New York.
- Ah.
- And Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon.
- Oh, and you.
- Oh.
I'm nostalgic for right now.
But I don't think I'm gonna get in to Carnegie Mellon.
You'll get in.
I had this meeting with Mrs.
She said that over half of the drama applicants have had real theater experience.
I would have been much better off had I been in the Abbott Productions.
I should have gotten that part.
Sometimes you just gotta move on.
What's that supposed to mean? Maybe you should stop punishing Emily.
She didn't mean to take your part.
Okay, first of all, she did mean to take my part.
- Annie, come on.
- And second of all, punishing her? - I'm not punishing her.
- You're giving her the silent treatment.
- What? Says who? - Says Emily.
Why are you talking to Emily? Why am I talking to Emily? You don't care if I talk to her, do you? Yes, I do, actually.
I don't trust her.
Annie, come on.
Just stay away from her, okay? Okay.
You know what? You need to chill out.
- Hey.
- Hi.
Uh, hey, Silver, did you finish that report on low-flush toilets? - Yes, absolutely.
Here it is.
- Great.
Thank you.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- We have to talk.
- Sure.
Oh, no.
Ha, ha.
- I mean - Oh, really? - "Talk" talk.
- What's going on? Okay, this whole stupid earring thing is just haunting me.
Adrianna is obsessed with finding out whose it is.
It's an earring.
She's not gonna link it to you.
It was made by a local designer, she only sells her stuff in two boutiques.
Ade knows those are my favorite stores.
I swear, I'm never wearing earrings again.
Okay, so, uh, maybe we can point her in some new direction.
Ade's like a baby, you just need to hand her something - new and shiny to distract her.
- Exactly.
So what I've been thinking is She needs a new guy to obsess over.
How about Dixon? He's single.
Not Not Dixon, no.
Look, I think you should sign the release to do her reality show.
It's gonna give her something to focus on, her career.
And that's what she really cares about.
No, I don't want the whole country watching me tell my ex-girlfriend - that I cheated on her.
- But if you don't, she's gonna find out.
She'll find out it was me and then everything is gonna go to hell.
This is pretty amazing.
It's crazy how narrow our perception of the universe is.
- You know what I mean? - Not really.
I mean, we're peeking through this tiny window, limited by the wavelengths which our eyes and our ears can perceive.
Yet, there's this whole universe out there filled with dark matter and nematodes and other things you can't see with the naked eye.
Please don't say "naked.
" - Here.
Take a look.
- No, thanks.
I'm trying to find our data.
It's not on my computer.
I know I saved it somewhere.
Ugh, I suck at computers.
Here, let me take a look.
- Aah! - Whoa.
- Are you okay? - I'm sorry.
I'm just on edge, ha, ha.
Why? Um, I just found out I was wait-listed at CU.
It's, like, my dream school.
Now I pretty much have nothing to live for.
- Who's that? Is he cute? - It's not a guy.
It's a Latin phrase.
It means "a winner never gives up.
" Because you may be many things, Naomi.
Airhead, clotheshorse, an occasional bitch, but you are not a quitter.
Or so you led me to believe.
Look, you still have time to impress CU.
Colleges want more than good grades, they want the whole package.
You know, sports, charity work, uh, extracurriculars.
Hey, you could join the marching band.
Or what about chess club? They're always looking for girls.
I can imagine.
But, no, you're right.
I'll think of something.
Victor numbnuts credit.
Ha, ha.
Ha, ha.
Hey, wait up.
God, it feels like it's been forever since I've seen you guys.
Yeah, it's been a while.
- Yeah, I've missed you.
- Yeah.
And I could also really use someone to vent to because Emily is driving me crazy.
- Hmm, really? - Yeah.
She's awful.
She's completely driving a wedge between Liam and me.
Maybe you're being a little sensitive about Emily.
- What do you mean "sensitive"? - What we mean is maybe you're jealous that she got the part you wanted.
I'm not jealous.
I'm just angry because she keeps doing things behind my back.
She's not a very good person.
Well, maybe you're being a little judgmental.
Well, maybe she deserves it.
Nothing about that girl is real.
- Ha.
Just like us? - What's that supposed to mean? Ade.
When we were at the sweat lodge, Emily told us what you said about us.
How you think we're shallow and not genuine.
What? I never said that.
- Uh - No.
Hey, Annie, what's going on? Why'd you tell my friends I said they were shallow? Because you did.
- What? - At the retreat.
Before dinner.
Remember? Okay, she is completely taking that out of context, all right? I said something like that but that's not how I meant it.
Oh, yeah? Well, how did you mean it, Annie? Look, I said that I thought you guys were gonna be shallow, at first.
Before I moved here, I thought everybody in Beverly Hills was gonna be shallow, but then I got to know you and I obviously don't think that anymore.
And that's totally possible.
It's just that's not the way I remember hearing it.
Of course not, because you're a manipulative liar.
Can't you guys see this? If that's really what you think then I didn't mean to hurt anybody.
I'm really sorry, Annie.
- Ugh.
- You made her cry.
Those are not real tears.
She is faking it, all right? - This is what she does, trust me.
- They looked real to me.
Hey, babe.
What's up, Mamacita? - What are you doing? - Just watching TV.
Smoking pot.
You want some? No.
When did this start? Please, I've always liked cartoons.
The pot, Ivy.
Oh, um I don't know.
I guess after my accident.
I figured out that getting high helps with my stress.
And today I was stressing bigtime, so I got stoned.
What do you mean you were stressing bigtime? I just had this really awkward thing happen with Dixon and I don't know what I was thinking.
If you're upset, let's talk about it.
I just don't really wanna talk about it with you.
Then, you know, maybe you should see a therapist.
Why should I talk to a therapist when you smoke pot all the time? I mean, where do you think I got that anyways? I don't use pot to self-medicate.
Hey, Mom, don't be such a hypocrite about it.
You know what? Call me what you want, but you're not smoking anymore.
Hey, where you headed? I just thought I'd eat lunch in the courtyard.
What's going on? Why aren't you eating with the guys? Ah, just things are a little weird.
What do you mean? What's going on? I walked in on them talking about going to some girls' volleyball tournament.
When they saw me, they freaked out and stopped talking.
They made it pretty clear they didn't want me to come.
Are you sure? It's no big deal.
I'm glad I came out and all, but now I have no friends.
Hey, still sporting metal? Hmm, not bad.
All right.
Have them whitened by tomorrow and you're in.
What are you doing? And who is that? Ivy, it's not a guy.
Jeez, it's Latin.
- Ha, ha.
- What does it mean? It means, lady's got a plan.
I have found out how to get off the wait-list and into those hallowed halls.
Study? Funny.
Colleges look for a lot more than just grades.
They want the whole package.
So I have decided to put together a hot-guy calendar with West Bev's finest.
I don't think they're looking for that.
Well, the proceeds go to a charity that gives clean drinking water to villages in Africa.
Wanna hear the best part? That you're gonna help people who need water.
What? No.
Well, yeah, that's nice too.
But I get to actually kill two birds with one stone.
I get to build my résumé and I get to find my new guy.
I really have to find a new guy, my brain is playing tricks on me.
It's worse than that time when I went on that juice fast.
- No, I'm not.
- Do it.
- Get somebody else.
- Ha, ha.
- Uh, you know what? I'll be right back.
- Okay.
- Hey.
I gotta talk to you guys.
- Silver, arms up.
Goal! - Yes.
- Okay.
Why you guys being weird to Teddy? - What are you talking about? - He just came out of the closet, guys.
That's a huge deal.
I mean, it's not easy.
And the fact that you're suddenly blowing him off, not cool.
- We didn't mean to blow him off.
- Are you talking about - the girls' volleyball tournament? - Yeah.
Yeah, we didn't invite him because we didn't think he'd wanna go.
Well, you thought wrong.
Because the new Teddy, just like the old Teddy, just wants to hang out with his friends.
And right now he feels like he doesn't have any.
Oh, it's like here.
Do you know what I mean? Uh-huh.
- Oh, coffee has arrived.
- Yeah.
- Thank you darling.
- No problem.
Thanks, Annie.
Here you go.
Oh, I don't think this one's mine.
You said you wanted a soy latte.
Oh, no, I asked for a chai latte.
- I'm allergic to soy.
- Hmm.
No, that's not what you said.
Why would I have asked for something I'm allergic to? Gee, Emily, I don't know.
You tell me.
Gosh, you know, I hate to even ask you this, but do you think that you could exchange it for me? I mean, only if it's not too much trouble.
Uh, no.
You know what? I am not your personal servant, okay? So get your own damn coffee.
What made you change your mind? I know how badly you wanted the show.
I just I want you to be happy, Ade.
It's a little late for that, isn't it? How long have you been experiencing this level of anxiety? Um, maybe, like, two months now.
Have you had any trouble sleeping? Yeah, definitely.
How about your appetite, has that diminished at all? Absolutely.
This should help provide you some relief.
Thank you.
So where do I get the weed? There are several dispensaries in the area.
I recommend the place around the corner.
Thanks, man.
No problem.
Be well.
Morning, Katherine.
Hi, Annie.
- Thanks for coming in this morning.
- Of course.
Why don't you come with me? Look, I'm really sorry that I blew up in your office yesterday.
It was completely unprofessional.
It was.
But I work in the theater and I understand people are emotional.
But there's emotional and then there's this.
Oh, my God.
I'd appreciate it if you'd clean this up immediately.
I don't know if the stain remover will get the coffee out, but I hope so.
You don't think because of the coffee that? I did not do this.
Annie, enough.
I know you're upset with Emily, but this is outrageous.
You have to deal with your issues at home.
But I didn't do it.
She did this.
She just wants you to think that it was me.
I was really hoping you could be honest with me.
I enjoyed working with you.
But this? This is too much.
I have to let you go.
What? Please return your key before you leave.
Hey, man.
Hey, what's up, Dixon? Uh, hey, um, me and the guys were wondering if you wanted to go out tonight.
You know, uh, hang out, go have some fun.
- Cool.
- All right.
Have you gotten those before? - What's that? - The cookies.
- Have you tried them before? - Oh, uh, no.
I haven't tried anything from this place.
And honestly, I didn't know there was such a thing as pot barbecue sauce.
Oh, the barbecue sauce is good.
Those cookies, not so much.
Oh, really? Yeah, the chocolate tastes all weird and caroby.
- Oh, I hate that.
- Yeah, and the filling's like toothpaste.
- I guess I'll be getting something else.
- Mm-hm.
Thank you.
- Yo, you just stole my cookies.
- No, I didn't.
Yeah, I think you did.
I outwitted you.
Oh, yay.
Navid says I can use Shirazi Studios for my photo shoot.
Now I have my studio and my ace photographer.
- What, what? - You are so artistic, Silver.
I just I hope I remember to take the lens cap off.
What? You better.
I will.
I was being modest.
Emily, what the hell is wrong with you?! - Why are you trying to ruin my life? - What are you talking about? Oh, my God.
- Annie's gone feral.
- Get her.
Hey, hey, hey! Stop it! Annie.
What are you doing? Calm down.
Calm down, right now.
Want a cookie? Look at that, the cookie thief is also a stalker.
I prefer "cookie outwitter.
" - And I'm not a stalker.
- Mm-hm.
I was waiting outside, so I could apologize to you for expertly snagging the last delicious cookies.
Well, your apologies are worthless to me.
Well, how about my cookies? Come on.
The filling doesn't taste like toothpaste at all.
You know you wanna try one.
Come on, it's a peace offering.
- It's pretty good.
- Right? Come on.
Give me that.
- Are you stoned? - A little bit.
You wanna go see something cool? Okay.
As long as we don't have to drive because I do not think we should drive.
No, we don't have to drive.
Come on.
Ha, ha.
Ah, this is insane.
Are we actually gonna take the subway in L.
, or am I just stoned? Oh, we are actually gonna take the subway in L.
, and you're stoned.
Okay, isn't it crazy that the subway is, like, underground? Sure, I guess.
Uh People tunneled this out of, like, dirt.
Can you even imagine how much shoveling that took? Well, no, they probably could have blasted it too, but, whatever, either way, it took a lot of time.
Sorry, am I yelling? - What are you waiting for? Come on.
- Go, go, go.
Okay, give me more.
Come on, think "king of the sea.
" Think "splash.
" Yes, ye No.
Never mind.
Just flex something.
You know why you're August, don't you? Um, because more people drown in August than other months? Mm, because August is the hottest month of the year.
And you're pretty hot.
Well, I mean you're hot too, so Thank you.
Ahem, sorry to interrupt this meeting of the Algonquin Round Table, but we have a bit of a technical glitch here.
Ha, ha, I'm sure you can figure it out, Silver.
No, I can't.
July spilled his body oil all over your computer and now it is totally fried.
- The pictures are on there.
- They're gone.
Oh, my God.
No, no, no.
I need those pictures for my calendar shoot and my CU application and, you know, there's those thirsty African people.
- I know, I'm sorry.
Naomi, look.
- Ooh.
Okay, we need someone to fix this ASAP.
Which one of you knows the most about computers? Never mind.
Oh, my God.
So where exactly are we going? You'll see.
Just prepare yourself for an amazing show.
Okay, I'm gonna be honest with you, um, I'm just feeling a little paranoid right now.
Like, maybe I shouldn't have followed some random guy that I met at what was essentially a drug deal, into the middle of nowhere, and I also shouldn't be telling him what I'm thinking.
I'm not some random guy.
Look, my name is Raj.
I'm a freshman at UCLA, and I'm an okay guy.
- Okay? - Okay.
I'm Ivy.
Hi, Ivy.
Hi, Raj.
Now, if we all do it, it'll catch on.
I don't know, man.
What is so hard about saying "2011"? Well, "20, 11" sounds so much better.
But we all have to commit if it's gonna work.
You in, Teddy? Sure, whatever.
Sure you know where we're going? Yup.
- Here we are.
- What? No, you guys You don't have to do this.
- Sure we do.
Come on.
- Let's go.
Come here.
There you go.
Yeah, this is cool.
Uh, yeah, yeah.
Uh, I like the lights.
Do all these clubs have such great lights? I don't know because I've never been to a club like this before.
Hey, so, uh, what's a bear again? Is it a guy who's, uh, big and scary? I don't I don't think so.
A lot of shirtless guys here.
Uh, what about this one? Do you think he's hot? - I - Hey.
Can I buy you a drink? I'm out of here.
- Liam.
- What are you doing? Bro, hey.
Guess not.
Recovering alcoholic.
- Hey, Raj? - Yes, Ivy? - Okay, I don't think you're creepy.
- Thanks.
That means a lot.
But I do think you're a lot more stoned than I am because this isn't exactly amazing.
Well, you've gotta be patient.
You know, I should probably be going pretty soon.
I mean, this is fun and everything but a little lame.
Oh, okay.
Here we go.
Look up.
- Right? - That was - Lame? - No.
That was amazing.
- I told you.
- Well, you were right.
Come on, let's do it again.
Oh, here we go.
- In three, two, one! - Three, two, one! - Hey.
- Hey.
You okay? Yeah, I'm sorry, man.
I just I guess I'm not comfortable with the gay thing yet.
Yeah, well, neither am I.
Are you okay? I'm not great.
But I'm better than I was before when everything was a secret.
Yeah, it must have been rough.
I guess The thing is, I felt like I knew you before, but, you know, clearly I didn't.
- Look, I'm still the same person.
- So am I.
I just don't know how to act around you.
But I'm definitely not gonna start acting like those guys.
- I'm glad to hear it.
- Yeah.
You know, this really isn't my scene either.
So, what's your scene? I don't know.
I don't know where I belong anymore.
You know what? You'll figure it out.
Let's get out of here and grab a burger or something.
Yes, please.
Should we tell the guys? - They look like they're having fun.
- Ha, ha.
Navid's got some moves, huh? Yeah, who knew, huh? Thank you so much for coming over.
I really appreciate it.
Yeah, it's okay.
I'm TiVoing the Torchwood marathon.
Can you find my pictures? If you can't, I do not know what I'm gonna do.
I can't join the chess club.
A, it's too nerdy, and B, I have no idea how to play chess.
Well, I hate to tell you this, but your computer really is fried.
Well, Naomi Just please calm down.
What are you doing? I'm finding your pictures.
- On your computer? - Yeah.
Go ahead and log in.
Wha? Uh Oh.
My pictures.
I installed Live Mesh the last time I was on your computer.
You had no backup system.
That's like walking around with no underwear.
What's wrong with that? Well, now all your work automatically backs up to the Internet.
Oh, my God.
Thank you.
Thank you.
Thank you, ha, ha.
Uh, anyway, thank you for your help.
Um, you can bring my laptop to chem class.
Good luck with your photo shoot.
Hey, Naomi, what were you saying about me being hot? I was, uh I, uh Hold that thought.
What thought? Oh.
I can't stop thinking about you.
You better not say anything about this to anyone.
I'm sorry, Naomi.
I'm flattered, but you're just not my type.
But I'm everyone's type.
I can't believe this.
Suspended your senior year.
I know.
It's only three days.
How do you think colleges are gonna respond to this? I don't know.
Not well.
Yeah, not well is right.
I don't get it.
Why would you do something like this? Mom, it's not my fault.
- Emily just - Emily what? Emily what? Nothing.
Emily nothing.
It's all my fault.
Hello? Hey, Liam, it's me.
Emily? Yeah.
Sorry for coming over without notice, but I just couldn't bear to go home and face Annie.
Uh, okay.
I was hoping I could spend the night.
So congratulations.
Yeah, kudos, Adrianna, we're going to the studios.
I'm so excited.
I can't even tell you.
What we're gonna show you here today is the pilot presentation, all right? It's basically a short version of the pilot with the credit sequence.
It'll give the studios a flavor of what we're going for.
We're thinking The Hills meets The Kardashians.
Meets something sexier and crazier.
- Ooh, I love it.
- Thanks for the footage you sent us of your friends for the credit sequence.
It works great.
Oh, I'm so glad.
All right, without further ado, the untitled Adrianna Tate-Duncan project.
Oh, my gosh, this is so amazing.
Wait, stop.
Can we zoom in on Silver? Oh, my God.