Welcome back, West Bev-ers! As Navid told us multiple times, it's senior year, and in real life, it means high schoolers are excited to skip class, not do homework, and party with their friends. On TV, no one does homework anyway, so I'm not sure why this year is that different.
Anyway, things got started with a bang - quite literally - when an earthquake struck the school. The quake was more important figuratively than literally, because, really, what are crumbly buildings without seismic relationship shifts?
Annie and Liam
Annie confessed to her parents and the cops that she was the culprit in the hit-and-run, but a summer of lawyers and probation didn't leave much time for guys-you-like-but-can't-like-because-your-friend-used-to-date-them. The best solution she thought of? Ignore all of his calls. She was in the dark about anything Liam-related, including the fact that he was kicked out of his house after confessing (everyone's confessing!) to his stepdad that he stole the rare coins. Without a house or a boat, the homeless Liam faced more bad news when Annie told him she just wanted to be friends. It was a part of her no hiding, no lying campaign, which seemed to cramp Liam's style, big time. Clearly this relationship will be danced around this season, but my question is: What is this internship she's going for? And why is she desperate enough to do it. Oh, 90210-you do cheesy cliffhangers too well!
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