Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio
|Jason Priestley [thru 2198237]
Brian Austin Green
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen [thru 2198239]
Vanessa Marcil [from 2198239]
Daniel Cosgrove [from 2198236]
Joe E. Tata
|[Special Guest Star]|
|Dylan McKay||Luke Perry [from 2198239]|
|Loose ends hang between Kelly and Brandon as
the ninth season opens in the aftermath of what was supposed to be their
wedding day. The pair made a mutual decision to call it off---but on the
morning after, it's no longer mutual, and there's a palpable tension
between them. Meanwhile, David urges Valerie to be a kinder, gentler Val
as she struggles to celebrate the negative result of her HIV test; Donna
meddles in Noah's family affairs; and Steve is blind to the shady side
of a new acquaintance, whom he sees as girlfriend material. But she has
eyes for someone else.
Special Musical Guest: Duncan Sheik. Blythe Hunter: Leigh Taylor-Young. Daniel Hunter: Ray Wise. Sophie Burns: Laura Leighton. Kyle Scott: Dex Sanders. Phyllis Barnes: Renee Altieri. Glen King: Tom Sullivan. Guy: Timmons Moore. Salesperson: Tammy Tavares.
|Kelly turns to Brandon when her clinic's
budget is cut; Valerie is met with a surprise when she sets to tell her
mother the truth about Mr. Malone's death; at Donna's urging, Noah
achieves a measure of peace with his father; Sophie shares her plans
with David; but continues to deceive Steve.
Abby Malone: Michelle Phillips. Daniel Hunter: Ray Wise. Sophie Burns: Laura Leighton. Carl Schmidt: Bruce Thomas. Audrey Cutler: Pat Crowley. Rick Miller: Robert Caso. Nurse Barbara: Rosie Malek-Yonan. John Wakefield: Jack Maxwell. Maid: Angela Albarez. Bidder: Brian Presley. Staffer: Parry Shen. Carla: Ludo Vika.
|Kelly accompanies a wedding party to Las
Vegas; Donna's done in by another designer; Brandon learns something
about Noah's father; Steve invents a date to make Sophie jealous; Noah
makes an errant toast at Donna's parents' anniversary party.
Abby Malone: Michelle Phillips. Blythe Hunter: Leigh Taylor-Young. Sophie Burns: Laura Leighton. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell. Carl Schmidt: Bruce Thomas. Carrie Knox: Jordana Stiro. Jankowski: Brendan Ford. Jessup: Michael Kagen. Justice of the Peace: Charles Hutchins. Stickman: Douglas Jackson. Receptionist: Pat Lawrence. Desk Sargent: Kevin Lowe. Croupier #1: Damara Reilly. Croupier #2: Michael Yama.
|SP-9914||10/14/98||10/11/98||[unknown]||[unknown]||Beverly Hills, 90210...
Our Favorite Moments
|Cast members offer their picks. Those
commenting include the soon-to-depart Jason Priestly the soon-to-return
Luke Perry, Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling, Brian Austin Green,
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Vincent Young as well as executive producer
Aaron Spelling. Ian Ziering hosts.
|237||BH-904||10/28/98||10/25/98||[unknown]||2198236||Don't Ask, Don't Tell|
|Sophie makes her presence felt at the Beverly
Beat; a needy Noah turns to Valerie instead of Donna, who hires him a
lawyer; Kelly proposes a business partnership to Donna; Valerie's
"mistake" in Las Vegas prompts a threat from Abby over another
Abby Malone: Michelle Phillips. Blythe Hunter: Leigh Taylor-Young. Sophie Burns: Laura Leighton. Carl Schmidt: Bruce Thomas. Lenny: Christopher Daniel Barnes. [unknown]: Marcia Mitzman Gaven. Officer #1: Robert Keith. Assistant District Attorney: Mirron Willis. Minister: Brian Carpenter. Realtor: Toni Attell. Freddie: Paul DiMitropoulos.
|While continuing his work as a series
producer, Jason Priestley leaves behind his acting role on the show that
shot him to stardom, as Brandon Walsh prepares to head East for the job
he's always wanted: reporter for a great metropolitan newspaper, The New
York Chronicle. But how to leave the comforting environs of
90210? "This is home," he tells best bud Steve and of course
there's former fiancée Kelly. And a chat with Kelly's new lawyer friend,
Matt, gives him more to ponder. Meanwhile, Valerie hires Matt to help in
the situation with her mother. But it's another client who spawns
Abby Malone: Michelle Phillips. Sophie Burns: Laura Leighton. Lenny: Christopher Daniel Barnes. Eric: Alex Mendoza. Leah: J. Robin Miller. Guest: Jeff Broadhurst. Director: John Gallucci. Receptionist: Victoria Haas.
|Valerie plans her own farewell party;
desperate for money, Sophie increases her circle of friends; Kelly's aid
to Leah takes her outside the law; Noah turns adrenaline junkie; and
Steve takes his newspaper in a new direction.
Abby Malone: Michelle Phillips. Sophie Burns: Laura Leighton. Tom Savin: Carlos Ponce. Lenny: Christopher Daniel Barnes. [unknown]: Judson Mills. Ellen Clayton: Kymberly S. Newberry. Leah: J. Robin Miller. Richard: Robin Atkins Downes. Repo Man: Matt Gallini. James: David Nicksic. Simon: Nicky Blair. Policeman: Jeffry James Castillo. Stan: Guy Wareing.
Note: Fox is counting this as the 250th episode, a result of counting specials and fudge factors.
|240||BH-907||11/18/98||11/15/98||9/29/98||2198239||You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello|
|Executive producer Aaron Spelling called it "a
very significant, happy day" when Luke Perry was signed to return to
90210---a homecoming that happens tonight. Perry, who says his
feature-film experience has enriched his sense of the character, says
there's "a lot [he] wanted to do with Dylan"; he'll have plenty of
opportunity, beginning with Dylan's surprise arrival on Thanksgiving
Day, which naturally flusters Kelly. Former General Hospital star
Vanessa Marcil also joins the cast tonight as Donna's cousin Gina, a
professional ice skater whose career, unbeknownst to Donna, is on the
skids. Meanwhile, David and Noah are each involved in separate matters
with the police.
Denise O'Lare: Christa Sauls. Mrs. O'Lare: Tricia O'Neil. Arty: Victor Brandt. Chris Getz: Clayton Landey. Nancy Ann: Jennifer O'Dell. Terri Olson: Annie O'Donnell. Det. Caliendo: Al Rodrigo. Justin Olson: David Bickford. Desk Sergeant: Gwen McGee. Nurse: Louisa Abernathy.
|241||BH-908||12/02/98||11/29/98||10/05/98||2198240||I'm Back Because ...|
|Surprises are in store in an episode that
focuses on conflicts between parents and children. For starters, Steve's
mother doesn't like his paper's tabloid slant, while he's not happy with
her new, substantially younger, suitor. Meanwhile, Kelly's ailing
grandfather prefers to die with dignity, a desire that splits Kelly and
her mother, who vows not to terminate life support should it come to
that. In the case of Denise versus David, Dylan learns that neglect by
Denise's parents may play a role in the case. And Dylan confides to
Kelly a reason for his return.
Ann Gillespie: Jackie Taylor. Samantha Sanders: Christina Belford. Grandpa Ed: Harrison Young. Denise O'Lare: Christa Sauls. Mrs. O'Lare: Tricia O'Neil. Mrs. Yvonne Teasley: Denise W. Dowse. Detective Caliendo: Al Rodrigo. Mr. O'Lare: Vaughn Armstrong. Super: James Wellington. Assistant District Attorney: Inny Clemons. Barry: Will Wallace.
|Kelly is called on to make a life-or-death
decision for her emphysemic grandfather, while Matt is hired to help
defend a tobacco company; Steve wrestles with his thoughts as news about
his mother spreads; Dylan takes his bullet-riddled Porsche out of
storage; Donna befriends a female gang member.
Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Samantha Sanders: Christina Belford. [unknown]: Darby Hinton. Sonia: Mariam Parris. Grandpa Ed: Harrison Young. Damon: Jason Allen. Lucy: Lauren Hodges. Richard: Reggie Lee. Adrian: Sam Doumit. Stranger: Greg Ginther. Mouse: Jandi Swanson. Nurse: J.J. Boone. Judy: Kimmarie Johnson. Hershel: Van B. Poole. Upscale Costumer: Brande Roderick.
|This Yuletide episode delves deeper into the
enigma that is Dylan, whose odd behavior includes taking Kelly to
breakfast---in Mexico. That's not good news to Matt, who makes clear to
Kelly that he won't "compete with trust funds." But Kelly later finds
Dylan with Gina, who carries a Mexican souvenir just like hers. What
neither lady knows is that each has brought back something
inside her gift. Meanwhile, the Brian Setzer Orchestra performs
at an AIDS-benefit dance marathon, where Steve pledges $1000 to sponsor
a couple, unaware that the rate is per hour of dancing. Rather
than admit his error, he recruits hoofers likely to fade fast, or so he
Muntz: Ryan Thomas Brown. Sonia: Mariam Parris. Lucy: Lauren Hodges. Special Musical Guest: Brian Setzer. Julie Muntz: Andrea E. Taylor. Detective Bledsoe: Daniel Guzman. Raoul: Pete Leal. Stuart: Christopher Northup. Mexican Drug Dealer: Michael Anthony Rosas.
|244||BH-911||1/13/99||1/10/99||11/04/98||2198243||How to be the Jerk Women Love|
|Steve decides to market his pick-up
techniques; Kelly balks at sleeping with Matt; Gina stirs things up
between Donna and her mother; Dylan gets a shock when he visits someone
from his past.
Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Gertrude: Kayren Ann Butler. [unknown]: Gabriel Dell. Zimmer: Jayme Gallante. [unknown]: Ryan Odum. Cemetery Manager: Edmund L. Shaff. Funny Guy: Mykal Williams. Woman #3: Opal Anchel. South Central Drug Dealer: Christopher Brown. Marissa: Jennie Chester. Woman #2: Kelly Haren. Woman #1: Ion Overman.
|245||BH-912||1/20/99||1/17/99||11/30/98||2198244||Trials and Tribulations|
|Dissatisfied customers take Steve to court,
and wind up on TV; Gina continues to care for Dylan, who is arrested;
Donna and Noah struggle to find a place to be alone; David has to back
up his lie to Gertrude; Kelly second-guesses herself with Matt.
Gertrude: Kayren Ann Butler. Judge [Mary Addison]: Cristine Rose. [unknown]: Gabriel Dell. Zimmer: Jayme Gallante. [unknown]: Jerry Kernion. [unknown]: Ryan Odum. Brian: Jarrad Paul. Armed Guard: Michele T. Carter. Man: Mark Chaet. Cop #1: Carlos Alberto Felix. Sheriff: Dennis Singletary. Funny Guy: Mykal Williams. Baliff: Bill Lee Brown. Woman: Valeria Ghiran. Cop #2: Joel Hollis. Guard: Sean Nepita.
|Dylan reluctantly accepts friends' support and
agrees to enter a detox program-then bolts before he starts; Matt and
Gina suspect there is more than friendship behind Kelly's concern for
Dylan; Donna designs an awards-show dress for singer; Steve messes up
while taking care of Janet's dog.
Clara: Rosa Blasi. Lauren: Cari Shayne. Nancy Walters: Dawn Stern. Dr. Kramer: David Gautreaux. Ben: Michael Luckerman. [Herself]: Nancy O'Dell. Sven: Jonathan Aube. Mitzi: Dylan Tays. Joan: Alana Curry. Nurse: Ruth Gottschall. Cindy: Michelle Ongkingco.
|A woman reenters Matt's life, but Kelly learns
about it from another; Gina is jealous of the former addict who is
sponsoring Dylan, and Dylan finds trouble on his community-service job;
practical jokes between Steve and Noah take a deadly serious turn.
Lauren: Cari Shayne. Foreman: Christopher Murray. Ramon: Julio Dolce Vita. Linda: Monica Allison. Hal: Sal Viscuso. Carole: Jennifer Griffin Chambers. Widow: Kate Gladfelter. Ticket Seller: Joel Farar. Health Inspector: Jim Lau. Manager: Sean Moran. Paramedic: David A. Saunders.
|248||BH-915||2/10/99||2/07/99||1/18/99||2198247||Beheading St. Valentine|
|Lauren moves into the Walsh house; Steve's
idea for his paper leads to an alert about a potential health problem;
Donna agrees to pose as David's girlfriend at a business function; Gina
worries she can't keep pace with Dylan.
Lauren: Cari Shayne. Dr. Beldon: Bernie Koppell. Billy: John Simon Jones. Sharon: Julie St. Claire. Special Musical Guest: Wild Orchid Chyanne: Sherri Howard. Helena: Pamela Paulshock. The Waiter: Chris Eckles. Passer By: Brennan Smith.
|Matt is devastated to learn that the medicine
that keeps Lauren sane is killing her. Together, they must decide if she
will stay on the deadly medicine or return to the terror of her mental
illness. Meanwhile, Dylan finds himself torn between spending time with
Gina and the now available Kelly. Who will win his heart? Donna, unable
to forgive Noah, finds that the embers of her relationship with David
may still be burning when he makes a play to get her back. Steve and
Janet get a lesson from the birds and the bees when they attempt to
chaperone a camping trip.
Lauren: Cari Shayne. Dr. Michaels: Julie Caitlin-Brown. Marianne Plague: Natanya Ross. Stewart Tyler: Brian Vaughan.
|Gina's mother is little help when Gina learns
her trust fund isn't as large as she thought; Kelly enlists Dylan's help
for a trip to Mexico to help Matt and Laruen; Janet's father objects to
her relationship with Steve; Donna agrees to a date with David.
Lauren: Cari Shayne. Bobbi: Karen Austin. Ben: James Shigeta. Michelle: Leslie Ishii. [Unknown]: David Wells. Pat Sorem: Judith McConnell. INS Officer: Teddy Lane, Jr.. Security Guard: Manny Mendoza. Dr. Deborah Fowler: Carla Toutz. The Nerd: Jin Young.
|A man disappears after saving Dylan's life;
Gina decides to sue Felice for mismanaging her trust fund; Steve
acquires a madam's black book, which Matt finds valuable; David
advertises for a girlfriend on his radio show.
Bobbi: Karen Austin. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Tim: Michael Hagerty. Jay Snelling: Kevin Rahm. Holly: Christina Fredlund. [Dr.] Miriam Grogg: Kathleen Lloyd. Anna: Kyle Richards. Cecile: Nikita Ager. Rebecca Barret: Jaquelyn Houston. Linda Barret: China Jesusita Shavers. Jet Skier: Sean Graham.
|Over Donna's objection, Kelly hires
a publicist to boost business at the boutique; Steve hires a
"leprechaun" to promote the paper; Noah gets an offer for the
Peach Pit's space; David's new romance appears likely to be
Pia Swanson: Josie DiVincenzo. Claudia: Christina Fredlund. Todd: Mick Murray. Jeannine Stein: Elaine Princi. Lou: Danny Woodburn. Ada Milstein: Jodi Harris. Buddy: Lawrence LeJohn. Don: A.J. Tannen. Harold Strauss: Michael Yavnieli. Receptionist: Jessica Randle.
|Dylan's friendly gift to Kelly upsets
Gina; Steve is unnerved by a psychic's bitter prediction;
David and Claudia lay the groundwork for their faux marriage;
a high-school nemesis asks for Donna's help; Matt prepares to
advertise on TV.
Mr. Bigelow: Leigh J. McCloskey. Claudia: Christina Fredlund. Ashley Reese: Ashley Laurence. Cole Younger: Richard Danielson. Dr. Mortimer: Matthew Faison. Holly: Shonda Farr. Zoe: Melissa Greenspan. Esme: Rianna Loving. Chad: Aaron Paul.
|254||BH-921||4/14/99||4/11/99||3/11/99||2198253||I Wanna Reach Right Out And Grab Ya|
|Donna's parents separate; Matt and Dylan
team as pool sharks; David befriends a former top DJ; Janet and
Steve baby-sit a child prodigy; Gina fibs about her relationship
with a celebrity; Kelly reveals a "truth" under hypnosis.
Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell. Sonny Sharp: Shadoe Stevens. Dr. Van Fertle: Joel Brooks. Father Ledley: Peter Deanda. Rick Miller: Robert Caso. K.T. Liss: Susan Mosher. Mikey: Jackson Price. Mrs. Foley: Brenda Varda. Charlie: John William Stevenson. Peter Foley: Scott Terra.
|Kelly and Dylan save the day when they
prevent a pregnant woman from being mugged. In order to avoid
unwanted attention, Kelly reports that the hero was Steve -- who
struggles with taking credit for a good deed he didn't do.
Meanwhile, Matt brokers a business deal for Gina and Donna
intervenes when Noah searches for a long-lost relative.
Katie: Jennifer O'Dell. Rene: Shiri Appleby. Jackie [Michaels]: Lisa Louise Langford. Chang: Steven Vincent Leigh. Sal: Jan Rabson. Officer Terry: Jeff Rector. The Reporter: Suzanne Sena. Steven: Timothy Starks. Ryan: Jeremy Suarez. Doyle: Zia.
|256||BH-923||4/28/99||4/25/99||3/30/99||2198255||The End of the World As We Know It|
|Noah's father's company is sued by
Matt; Katie moves forward with David; a nannycam catches Matt and
Kelly making love; Steve goes Y2Krazy, ignoring - or avoiding -
a trip with Janet; a model makes a play for Donna.
Wayne: Shawn Christian. Katie: Jennifer O'Dell. Erin: Mercedes Kastner. Special Musical Guest: Monica. Vendor: Casey Bishop.
|257||BH-924||5/05/99||5/02/99||4/08/99||2198256||Dog's Best Friend|
|Donna is warned not to move in with
Noah, who gets disturbing news about his late father; David sees
Dylan operate in Las Vegas; Gina gets a health warning; Janet
experimants with a computerized matchmaker; and is intrigued by
Mel Silver: Matthew Laurence. Wayne: Shawn Christian. Adam: Eric Pierpoint. Joe Patch: Cliff Dorfman. Joyce: Adrienne Alitowski. The Bartender: Taimak Guari. The waitress: Patrice Jennings. Suzanne: Kelli McCarty. Mike: Cort McCown. Todd: Brogan Roche. Mary: Bonnie Somerville.
|Kelly confides in Dylan about her
incident; Matt defends a career criminal on a burglary charge;
Donna declines to move in with Noah or travel with Wayne; an art
critic lauds Steve's photography; Gina returns to the rink.
Wayne: Shawn Christian. Joe Patch: Cliff Dorfman. The Competitor: Keiko Agena. [ADA] Derek Hall: John Harrington Bland. The Man: Carlo Castronovo. Herself: Pasha Grishuk. Nurse [Carrie] Schipper: Charmin Lee. The Announcer: Daniel C. Levine. Miles Caufield: Ricco Ross.
Sgt. Anna Cohen: Carrie Dobro.
|259||BH-926||5/19/99||5/16/99||4/12/99||2198258||That's the Guy|
|Kelly packs heat; Steve throws a party
when the Beat goes into the black; Gina shares her history with
David; Noah finds Donna with Wayne; Dylan offers a reward to
find Kelly's attacker, who returns - with a new case for Matt.
Wayne: Shawn Christian. Joe Patch: Cliff Dorfman. Special Musical Guest: Collective Soul. Frank: Joey Box. Homeless Woman: Anne Gee Byrd. The Paramedic: Fred Estrada. The Bartender: Taimak Guari. Annie: Karen Hartman. The Customer: Leslie Lesh. Sean: Elijha Mahar. The ER Doctor: Richard Narita. The Man: Marc Newburger. The Guy: Ryan O'Quinn.
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