She has turned psycho! I never expected 90210 to turn into a scary show.
Wow, who is sick of Audriana drama yet? If you've seen the previews for episode 13, lo and behold, its chalk full of predictable BS and Audirana drama. I'm getting sick of it. Let's consider she isn't the most attractive face to have to stare at constantly, her acting is mediocre at best, and her face has two settings: flushed and depressed. Let's just... stop with her crap, move on, introduce more characters, I don't care, just anything but more of her issues.
People say it's coming back in January but I did hear that's it's over forever. Was it because of thanksgiving that we missed ep.12? You see I live in Canada and in the U.K or U.S thanksgiving is on a different day. So please, is 90210 coming back in January? And if it is why till January and why did it stop now?
*"That Which We Destroy" Spoilers Included!* 90210 got very interesting this week! Not that it isn't always full of secrets (like the Mean Girls ' hair), and packed with tasty drama, but probably because 90210 is taking a short holiday break, it brought up some extra juicy tidbits, and then left us with one big question I'm dying for the answer to: Who is this prodigal son, Sean? It seemed as if he was just meant to create some drama between Harry and Naomi's mom Tracy, and also to fit nicely into the drama between Naomi and Annie. But after we spent an episode with this charming Sean, it was revealed right at the end, after a whole hour of his Southern charm and easy guest appearance out of having to report for duty, that Sean has a whole lot more up his sleeves than military badges! We saw Sean not jealous of all the sweet family hugs at the end of the episode, but instead call up some mystery person to tell him/her, in a non-Southern accent, that he's settling right on in there... so what does this mean?? Is he setting up to do something like rob the family? Is he looking for information on one of them? What could possibly be going on?? Unfortunately, we have to wait until December 6th to find out, but in the meantime, what are your predictions? Photo courtesy of cwtv.com
*Spoiler included for "Games People Play"* Well, it's about time, 90210 . For goodness sake, get dramatic already. Okay, so 90210 has been fantasically teen-dramatastic since it began, but this week's "Games People Play" brought the kind of drama real high schoolers actually experience... and then some! Most high schoolers don't experience their new friend who's found out they're with her ex then flying in their ex just to mess with their head and make out with him... yeah, I'm confused. But oh, what a joyous average high school experience it is to screw over a friend over a guy, get screwed over by a friend for a guy, and not realize what a gigantic mess of hurting everyone you've gotten into until far too late... but luckily for the likes of Naomi and Annie, right when they were realizing how hurt they were and how much they actually hurt each other, their shared estranged brother showed up! But hot brother drama aside, what did you think of Naomi's little birthday games? Did Annie deserve everything she got? Can they call it even after a little more reasonable discussion, or should we declare a winner and call it over, or does this mean all-out war? Photo courtesy of cwtv.com
On 90210 's new 'Hollywood Forever,' the drama took a serious and intriguing turn! The show was walking on the edge of after-school-special with the sex issue for Annie a few episodes ago, but I felt like it was far from typical or preachy when it came to dealing with Adrianna's drug issue tonight. While I do like Naomi, I loved seeing little rich girl hit the wall of what daddy can get her out of, even when she was covering for Adrianna by taking the blame for her drugs. I also loved (in a shocking, terrible, but well done sort of way) the final scene of Naomi leaving Adrianna a harsh voicemail for leaving her high and dry while Adrianna was passed out from overdosing - leaving us with Naomi's "you're dead to me," just as the medics stuck a needle in Adrianna's chest, unsure if she's saved. So not all of this is entirely avoiding the drug drama cliches, but I think in the context of the show, it was all done well and in a way that left me dying to know what happens next, so I'd say mission accomplished! Did you like the way this all played out or did you feel it was over or under-dramatized? Photo courtesy of TVGuide.com
Episode 5 was just so.... good. I loved it. I can't wait for episode 6 and I can't believe Annie was hurt so badly. Here's a question though. When Adrienne was in the Ty's room where was Ty? Not in the shower and not in the rest of the room. So where was he? The musical was great and the dad being overprotected was funny. Can't wait for ep. 6!
For a moment, yes... 90210 went a little "after school special" (OMG, Google it!), despite its best efforts to point out how embarrassing and silly sex talks and all those other wholesome lessons are. But just as I was rolling my eyes at the CW-ness and slight after school special-ness of this week's episode, I got a nice surprise! The good girl didn't just decide she was better than having sex with the first guy who tried - she actually started to go for it, only to discover an evil b*tch in her place. 90210 drama - yes, 90210 lesson learning - also yes. But then even after this nice little bit of drama, for the first time since their arrival in this alternate universe of a zip code, one of these Kansas-grown kids freaked out about the outrageous Beverly Hills life - thank you! I found Annie's revelations and then emotional break-down at home the most real 90210 moments yet. Do you agree or did Annie's sex talk/sex disaster experience remain too "good girl does the right thing" to you? Photo courtesy of TVGuide.com
So personally I've never really understood the whole fascination with Nate from Gossip Girl, never finding him particularly attractive--just okay, really, the boy next door, more like. And, naturally, that spurred on a whole different internal conflict as I contemplated the obsession with the boy who really shouldn't take his shirt off which led me to my question: which current CW boy, regular characters only, gives your heart palpitations? Choices: Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester, Chuck Bass, Nate Archibald, Dan Humphrey, Lucas Scott, Nathan Scott, Will of Privileged, Ethan , Navid  personally, my vote goes to dean...
Well I retract what I said earlier of this new 90210, is going somewhere. I loved seeing Brenda again. Know who is the father of Kelly s son? Looking forward for next episode. Vivpicis : P