90210 s03e17 Episode Script

Blue Naomi

Previously on 90210: We shouldn't talk to each other.
Annie would hate it.
Emily, that is just not true.
I did not mean to hurt anybody.
I'm really sorry, Annie.
- You made her cry? - She is faking it.
- This is what she does.
- Looked real.
What the hell is wrong with you? Why are you trying to ruin my life? Oh, my God.
I couldn't bear to go home and face Annie.
I was hoping I could spend the night.
- What are you doing? - Just smoking pot.
Call me what you want, you're not smoking anymore.
I can't stop thinking about you.
You better not say anything about this to anyone.
I'm sorry, Naomi.
You're just not my type.
You can help me find the cheating whore who's ruined my life.
Wait, stop.
Oh, my God.
Here's Ernest.
Good day, sir.
My own love.
A moment, Ernest.
May I ask you? Are you engaged to be married to this young lady? To what young lady? Good heavens, Gwendolen.
Yes, to good heavens Gwendolen.
I mean, to Gwendolen.
Ha, ha.
Of course not.
What could have put such an idea into your pretty little head? Why, thank you.
You may.
Oh, I felt there was some slight error, Miss Cardew.
The gentleman you are now embracing is my cousin, Mr.
Algernon Moncrieff.
Algernon Moncrieff? Are you called Algernon? A gross deception has been practised on both of us.
- My poor wounded Cecily.
- My sweet wronged Gwendolen.
- Hello? - Ooh.
I guess we could have bought her a bigger bouquet.
I'll fix that.
What are you doing? - No.
- VoilĂ .
- You can't do that.
- Ha, ha.
Too late, already done.
- Can you believe that cheap bastard? - Well, no - Um, hey, will you hold this for a sec? - Yeah.
Funny text? Yeah, no, it's, um, nothing.
- Who's it from? - My sister.
Can I borrow your phone for a second? - Yeah.
What do you need? - My mom called earlier and I wanted to text her back, but my battery died.
Oh, damn, mine just died too.
- Hmm.
- That's pretty weird.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Bravo.
- Congratulations.
- These are for you.
- Oh.
They're so beautiful.
Silver thought they'd be too much, but I told her you'd love them.
Emily, you were so good.
Seriously, I wasn't even bored and I hate old plays where people talk funny.
You know, I love going out there every night.
It's such a rush.
You know, I know it's not Broadway or anything, but it's a stepping stone.
- Great show tonight, Emily.
- You too, Maggie.
- Great work.
You were awesome.
- Ow.
I swear, if that girl steps on my line one more time Ha, ha.
I mean, did you see her miss her cue in the second act? It's like every night is something.
So unprofessional.
So do you guys wanna go out tonight or do you have other plans? - We're all yours.
- Totally.
I'll just wash off my face and change into something a little less 19th-century.
And we'll hit the town.
I can't get over the flowers.
You guys must have spent a fortune.
Not as much as you think.
So do you wanna come over to my house after school and study? You mean you turn on the music and dance around while I do my homework and then you copy it? Ha, ha.
Yes, and cookies.
It always seems like such a bad deal until you bring up the cookies.
Hey, guys.
- Annie.
- Hey.
- So how you doing? - I'm fine.
Yeah? Yeah? Not really.
I'm embarrassed.
Humiliated, actually.
And I'm sure everybody thinks I'm a total psychopath.
Not everybody.
We don't.
- Really? - You had a bad day.
You almost put Emily through a vending machine, but you didn't.
- So how was your three-day vacation? - Oh, you know, amazing.
Yeah, Mother has never been so proud.
We just shopped and partied.
No, she was really pissed off.
But I don't blame her.
I totally lost it.
I let envy and jealousy get the best of me.
But I learned my lesson.
And I just wanna put it behind me and move on.
- Have you talked to Emily? - No.
We've pretty much avoided each other since it happened.
Hey, I don't know if you'd be into this, but Emily's birthday is coming up soon.
Maybe you wanna help us plan something for her.
Yeah, that could be a good idea.
Help you guys bury the hatchet.
Put the whole ugly episode behind you.
Yeah, you know what? That is a good idea.
That would be really nice.
- Ah.
Good to have you back.
- Well, good to be back.
Just, you know, promise you won't kick my ass if I ever piss you off.
- You didn't think I had it in me? - No, I didn't.
Okay, and time.
So who wants to read their sonnet out loud? Well, don't all raise your hands at once, guys.
Ivy, maybe you could share what you wrote.
Um Uh, I, um All right, guys, just, uh, hand me your sonnets on the way out and get excited, because tomorrow, you're all gonna read these out loud.
Hey, Ivy, can I talk to you for a sec? Uh Yeah, what's up? - Are you feeling okay? - Yeah, I'm fine.
Okay, it's just, you know, uh, I'm still waiting on your Chaucer paper.
It's a week past due.
Yeah, sorry about that.
Um, I'll get that to you, like, ASAP.
And your sonnet? Uh, yeah, the sonnet, I'll get that to you too.
I swear I am burning these gym clothes the day I graduate.
Ha, ha.
We'll have a bonfire on the football field.
- How about Ms.
Mangold's desk? - Even better.
MANGOLD: Naomi? Silver? Why am I always waiting on you two? There are, like, 30,000 people still in here.
How much you wanna bet you two will be the last ones out? - How about a year's salary? - What was that, Naomi? Coming, Ms.
Ha, ha.
- Hi.
- Ade, what are you doing here? I figured out who Navid was cheating with.
Who? like the whole time.
- Lila? - Lila.
Why do you think it's Lila? I mean, it's obvious.
They used to date.
They do the Blaze together.
And I always see them in the hallway being way too chatty and cozy.
Makes sense.
Pigs always return to their trough.
- I'm gonna make that girl's life hell.
- Ade, you can't.
You don't have proof.
What if it was somebody else? Dodge ball again.
You girls psyched or what? Whoo-hoo! Hey, can't wait.
I know it's her.
It's gotta be.
She's such a nice person.
Apparently not.
All right, well, anyway, I gotta get going.
I have a meeting in, like, 20 minutes.
I just had to tell you guys.
- Have fun in P.
- Okay.
Oh, my God.
You've been avoiding me.
No, I haven't.
Come on.
Every time I see you, you turn around and walk the other way.
Is it because of what happened the other night? Well, yeah, it kind of took me by surprise.
I know.
I'm sorry.
I never should have come on to you like that.
It was totally inappropriate.
I just I was just really upset and emotional and you were being so wonderful and sweet to me.
I just I got carried away.
But I promise, it won't happen again.
You still mad at me? I'm not mad.
I mean, in a way, I'm actually kind of flattered.
I'm dealing with a lot right now.
I mean, with Annie acting all crazy and getting suspended I'm just not sure where my head is at.
Just need some time to figure things out.
Of course.
You know, I'll be here for you if you ever wanna talk.
Thanks, Emily.
Time to get my math on.
Clumsy me.
Naomi Clark in the library? The apocalypse must be upon us.
What are you doing here? - Are you feeling okay? - Yeah, no.
Uh, I just I was gonna see if I could get one of these dorks to do my homework for me.
But no need, I can just get the answers online.
- Hey, hey, what's up, player? - Hey.
- How's, uh, life at Shirazi Studios? - Really good, man.
I got a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon who may wanna shoot a series of commercials.
- Wow, that's awesome.
- Yeah.
Yeah, I was actually hoping that you might have time after school to help me out? Who knows? Uh, I want to do some more cold-calling around town.
See if we can't scare up some more business.
- Since Dixon Wilson is the master - Yes, yes, I am the master.
Ha, ha.
And the master is at your service.
Dude, I can't get over how smooth you are with these clients.
- I almost feel bad for them.
- It's a gift.
I wanted to ask you something.
You know, I need to start earning money for college and everything.
So I was wondering, you know And it's cool if you say no or whatever.
But, um, I was thinking maybe we could, uh, formalise our arrangement.
- You're hired.
- Really? Yeah, of course, man.
I couldn't do this without you.
Well, uh, thanks, boss.
Please, call me Mr.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- You ready to hit that half-pipe? - I've been dreaming about it all day.
So how was your day? What'd you do? Did you go to class? No.
I made my schedule so I don't have classes Tuesdays or Thursdays this semester.
- Oh, college - Does not suck.
What'd you do? I had an epic day.
I went down to Venice this morning to watch the sunrise and hang out.
Then I decided to rent a bike and I pedalled all the way to Malibu.
- No way.
- Yeah.
Malibu? Are you crazy? Yeah, I ran into some of my boys at Zuma and we were gonna surf, but we ended up swimming with a bunch of dolphins.
Like we were in SeaWorld or something.
That is insane.
- How was your day? - Uh Yeah, I could tell you, but I don't want you to fall asleep at the wheel.
Why? I don't understand.
I just think that we should take a little break, that's all.
What for? I thought we were good.
What's the matter? I don't know what's going on with you.
You've been acting different.
I mean, the way that you went after Emily in the cafeteria, - it really freaked me out.
- Liam, come on.
- You know that's not me.
- Annie, I I just think we should take some time off.
I'm sorry.
You know what? Take all the time off that you want.
Hey, got your text.
What exactly is the science emergency? It's more of a biology problem.
I'm sorry to do this, but you've left me no choice.
Uh I'm late for debate club.
- You're not attracted to me? - No, I'm not.
You're lying.
Everyone's attracted to me.
This is my go-to move.
It always works.
- It's foolproof.
- Sorry.
- Gay? - No.
Oh, it's okay if you are.
Teddy's made it quite trendy.
Ha, ha.
I'm not gay.
Then what the hell is wrong with you? How could you not be attracted to me? Look, uh, yes, okay, you're physically attractive.
But you're so unattractive in so many other ways.
You're a snob.
You're shallow.
You're arrogant.
You and your stuck-up friends think you're better than everyone else.
Look, you think I should be into you because you're into me.
But I'm not.
Whoo! I'm right behind you.
That's it? That's all you got? Yeah, Ivy.
There you go.
Watch this.
There you go, Ivy.
Whoa, you've been smoking a lot lately.
And that's saying something coming from me.
- Don't worry, I'll share.
- No, thanks.
- No? - Mm-mm.
- I've got a surprise for you.
- Yeah? Yeah, I'm gonna ditch school on Tuesday and take you to this skate park they built on Laguna.
The place has this unreal over-vert bowl, it's nuts.
- Yeah, well, what about your classes? - Whatever.
School can wait.
I wanna hang.
- What? - Ivy, I'm starting to think that maybe I'm a bad influence on you.
Are you serious, Raj? Bad influence? You're Mr.
You're a great influence on me.
Come on, break time's over.
You wanna see a 540? - Yeah, is Tony Hawk here? - Oh, them's fighting words.
Come on, get your ass up.
Watch and learn.
Can you believe women in this country didn't have the right to vote until 1920? They also didn't have to wax.
- What's your point? - I don't know.
It just seems like we have a lot more crap to do than we used to.
I'll see if I can work that into my paper.
Yeah, you do that.
- Want some water? - Oh, no, thanks.
What is this? - Who is Max Miller? - Um, nobody.
Sometimes I look at nerds' profile pages - to build my self-esteem.
- That's weird.
No, you would think so, but actually, you look at some of their profiles and we do not know where weird begins.
Check this out.
A bunch of these guys are going to a special Avatar screening tomorrow all in costume.
- How lame is that? - Hmm.
I once dressed up as Princess Leia for Halloween.
- Really? Did the guys like it? - I guess.
I was 10.
Everyone liked it.
Okay, everything looks good.
Now, before you torque all those nuts down, make sure the mufflers and tail pipes are straight - and lined up properly.
- Will do.
All right.
Once the X-Pipe's installed, bring the car around front, take it for a test drive.
Yeah, she's gonna growl like a freaking lion.
- Nice work, Liam.
- Thanks.
Hey, Liam.
I thought I might find you here.
What are you doing here? I wanted to make sure you were okay.
I overheard the fight you had with Annie.
- Oh, yeah, it didn't go so well.
- I'm sorry.
Let me take you to dinner tomorrow night.
Get your mind off things.
Yeah, I don't think I'd be good company.
Come on.
Oh, you can pour your heart out to me.
You'll feel better, I swear.
Hmm? - Okay.
- Okay.
- Yeah, sure.
Why not? - Great.
It's a date.
- See you tomorrow night.
- See you.
Look, Dr.
Lasocek, why don't we do this face to face? We can discuss the details over dinner, my treat.
Well, how about I swing by your office after work and pick you up? Perfect.
Well, I look forward to it.
See you tonight.
Well, well, well, who's the master now, huh? I learned from the best.
He's a plastic surgeon.
So appearances are very important to him.
I'll pick him up in the Ferrari, take him to Urasawa, and, uh, maybe get him a little drunk on some sake.
And have him sign on the line that is dotted.
Sounds like a plan.
Oh, hey, will you take the Ferrari to get it detailed? I love my job.
Thank you, boss.
Mom wants to know if you wanna come to a movie with all of us tonight? You're being awfully pleasant.
I've given up, okay? You win.
I don't wanna fight anymore.
I just really want my life back.
Can we call a truce? Please? Sure.
But I still can't go out with you.
I have other plans.
Um, we're probably gonna grab dinner after so we'll be home kind of late.
Okay, have fun.
You too.
I will.
Make it sparkle.
What's up? Nice Ferrari.
Yeah, it gets me where I need to go.
That one yours? Yeah, that's that, uh, black-on-black Lamborghini, brand-new tennis shoes, spooned and groomed, dipped and whipped, suited and booted, duded and looted.
- You know what I'm talking about? - Yeah, yeah.
Uh That That's hot.
It's hot.
Good looking out.
Rollin' down the street Smokin' indo Sippin' on gin and juice Laid back With my mind on my money And my money on my mind Ha, ha.
Oh, uh, Snoop, uh, man.
I'm excited to meet you.
I'm Dixon.
- Pleasure to meet you, Dixon.
- Yeah, um, I know you probably hear this all the time and you're probably sick of it, but I have to say it.
I'm a big fan, huge.
Um Kind of obsessed even, but in a healthy way.
Yeah, I can take it.
I probably have every single song you've ever done in my music library right now.
- You're incredible.
- Thank you, brother.
I appreciate that.
With so much drama in the l-b-c It's kind of hard Being Snoop D-O double G, but l Nephew, you ain't gotta keep rapping.
We all good.
You're right.
My bad.
Damn it.
You know what? Don't even trip.
I got my new single in the car.
You wanna hear it? Ha.
Are you serious? If you wanna hear it, jump in right now.
Let's bend a corner.
- I'd love to.
- All right, let's roll.
Oh, my God.
Hi, there.
- Check that girl out.
- Ha, ha.
Holy crap.
Ha, ha.
Is that Naomi Clark? Why are you not in costume? What are you doing here? Why are you dressed like that? I saw in your profile page that you guys were all coming in costume.
That was a joke.
I'm pretty sure Pandora's about seven light years that way.
I hope this theatre accepts Unobtanium.
- Come on, cut it out.
- I don't think Na'vi wore halter dresses - and gladiator sandals.
- What a freak show.
- I gotta get a picture of this.
- Guys, stop.
Thanks a lot.
Naomi, wait.
You know what, Max? You can say whatever you want about me and my friends, but your friends are just as arrogant, snobbish and mean as anyone I know.
Dixon, where are you? I was supposed to leave like 15 minutes ago.
Dude, you better be on your way now.
It's that feel-good music right here, brah.
Sneak peek for you, one time.
First things first You gotta know where you at You in L.
Sunset Boulevard Pacific Highway Out to the walk of stars Now you in Cali Don't go less you go hard - Good feel to it, man.
- Yes, sir, it feels real good.
- It feels like L.
- Feels real 'hood.
- This album's gonna be crazy.
- Mad.
It's not an act We so fresh, so good - You just gotta love California.
- Got to.
Whoo! Naomi, wait.
Wait a second.
I wanna talk to you.
- I'm not in the mood.
- Well, just for a minute.
Please? - Please? - What? I was rude and I'm sorry.
You're right.
My friends, they can be just as snobby, arrogant and mean as your friends.
Yeah, meaner.
I'm really sorry.
Do you accept my apology? Yeah, okay.
So, um Did you get all dressed up like this for me? Yes, I'm an idiot.
No, you're not.
I'm flattered.
- Really? - Really.
Clearly, I misjudged you.
Arrogant, selfish snobs do not dip themselves in blue paint and come to sci-fi festivals to impress a guy that they barely know.
No, I guess they don't.
And for the record, you make a smoking hot alien.
- So you really are attracted to me.
- Ah, all right, yes.
Jeez, you're right.
You proved your point.
I find you attractive.
You win.
I admit it.
You're really hot.
Thank you.
Now, was that so hard? All right, well, um I'll see you.
Well, I didn't get all dressed up like this just because I want to prove a point.
I did this because l Well, l Because I like you, God knows why, but I do and I You really like me? No, I mean, like, actually, on a human level, like me? Yeah.
I think you're funny and smart and freakishly confident.
And I think you're hot too.
Look, we're gonna have to keep this on the down low.
It could really hurt my reputation.
I was thinking the exact same thing.
Nine points.
Where do you even go, you know? - I'm saying I can do it.
- Yeah, I'm just saying that you'd die.
You'd fall on your face, snap your neck and die.
Well, I'll have to buy a snowmobile, enter the Winter X-Games and prove you wrong.
Okay, I'll bring a body bag.
I thought my parents were the only ones on Earth - who still use an answering machine.
- Oh, my God, it gets worse, okay? She makes me do this really embarrassing message where we alternate our voices, like: "Hi," "we" "aren't" "here" "right" "now," "so" "please" "leave" "a" "message" "at" "the" "beep.
" Oh, my God.
It is so corny.
That's the price you pay for living at home.
Yeah, right? Hey, why do you live with your parents? I just figured you'd have a spot on campus or something.
- You can't beat the rent.
- That's true.
Hey, Laurel, it's Ryan.
Um, I wanted to touch base with you.
I'm a little concerned about Ivy's, uh, work and attitude at school lately.
And I'd like to talk to you, so call me when you get a second.
Okay, then again, there are advantages to having an answering machine.
Message deleted.
So, what do you wanna do tonight? Ivy, you can't do this.
- Do what? - You can't smoke pot all day and blow off school to make a mess of your life.
Whoa, okay, Raj, I'm not making a mess of my life.
Yes, you are, and I'm not gonna be a part of that.
You're not taking anything seriously.
This has got to stop.
Okay, I'm sorry, you're one to talk, Raj.
You barely go to school.
You spend every day doing whatever the hell you wanna do.
You're not taking anything seriously.
You don't know what you're saying.
- Because I'm some high school kid? - That's right.
Okay, dude, that's unfair.
I mean, you're being a total hypocrite, okay? I'm gonna go.
- Seriously? - Yeah.
Shirazi Productions is up and coming.
I mean, we're leaner and hungrier than our other competition, which is why we can offer the lowest prices in town.
And I assure you that everything that we do is of the highest quality, so Uh, this is actually my, uh, colleague's mom's car.
- I drive a Ferrari.
- Sure you do.
- I had a great time tonight.
- Me too.
Thanks for dragging me out.
You were right.
I do feel better.
Well, I am so glad.
So do you wanna come inside? I don't think Annie would be too happy to see me right now.
No, it's okay.
She's not home.
The whole family went out tonight so I can have you all to myself.
You know, you're not as innocent as people think you are.
Why, Mr.
Court, I don't know what you're talking about.
You have an edge.
- I like that about you.
- You do, huh? - Mm-hm.
- Hmm.
You know, you are not the country bumpkin that people say you are.
Who says that about me? Silver, Adrianna and Naomi.
They think since you're from Kansas, you're dull and unsophisticated, and, you know, kind of like a poser.
They said that about me? Well, let me tell you what I think of them.
Naomi isn't even that pretty.
Money covers up all of her flaws.
Silver is an annoying, loud-mouth, know-it-all.
Adrianna is the single dumbest person I have ever met in my entire life.
Happy birthday.
You bitch.
You set me up.
Actually, we set you up.
Your life at West Bev is over.
Hey, Navid.
Man, you won't believe what happened.
Where the hell have you been? You know, I just lost a huge piece of business because of you.
I know.
I know.
And I'm so sorry.
- But look, listen to this.
- No, Dixon, look.
You wanted to formalise this arrangement, okay, and we did.
I'm your boss now.
If I tell you to do something, you do it.
Okay? If I tell you to be somewhere at a particular time, you be there.
Are we clear? Yeah.
Yeah, I got it.
Oh, um, by the way, Snoop Dogg wants to shoot his video here next week.
And your car is clean.
- Do you still have stuff in the dryer? - Um, no, I got it all.
If you forget anything, we'll be sure to send it to you.
Thanks, Aunt Deb.
I still can't believe you're leaving so soon and so suddenly.
Are you sure about this? Yeah, well, you know, since the play is closing, it just seemed like the right time and, you know, I just realised that living with grandmother in Arkansas is going to be a better situation.
I've always loved the Ozarks.
And it turns out Beverly Hills really isn't for me.
- Well, we'll miss you.
- I'm gonna miss you too.
It's too bad.
Yeah, yeah, it's a real shame.
What are you doing here? Don't worry, I'm not skipping class or anything.
I have my lunch hour.
- Um, can I talk to you? - Okay, talk.
Okay, I'm just I'm trying to figure out why things got so heated yesterday.
I mean, I don't really understand what I did.
Look, Ivy, I just don't wanna be the person who's responsible for messing up your life.
Raj, you really think you're messing up my life? I mean, come on, you're the most joyful, free-spirited, wonderful person I've ever met.
You make my life so much better.
Ivy, it's not that simple.
There's a reason why I live the way I do.
What are you talking about? I I smoke pot to help me with the pain.
The pain? The pain I get after chemotherapy.
What? I mean, because you Because you have cancer? Yeah.
That's actually why I live at home with my parents.
Oh, my God.
- That's awful.
- Yeah.
But, I mean, you're getting treatment, right? That's what the chemotherapy's for, so everything's gonna be all right.
You're gonna get better, right? No, I'm not.
The doctors say I have three, maybe four years if I'm lucky.
Yeah, I can do that.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Can you believe what a phoney Emily was? Yeah, she had us all fooled.
So two-faced.
She played us.
Just like Lila.
I have to show you something.
I took this in the locker room while she was changing.
I'm gonna e-mail it to everyone at school.
No, Ade.
Oh, yeah.
She's gonna be so humiliated.
She'll probably drop out of school.
You can't You can't do this.
Why not? Lila deserves it.
I mean, she was my friend and she betrayed me.
What kind of person goes behind their friend's back and starts sleeping with their boyfriend? - I'm gonna send it.
- Stop.
Ade, stop.
You can't do that.
She didn't do it, all right? It was me.
I'm the one who cheated with Navid.
I know.
What did you just do? Ade? What are you? Ade, why? Why did you do that? Check your phone.