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90210 Season 3 Episode 2 Recap

Sep 20, 2010

Annie meets a new boy in town, Charlie, by accidentally spilling coffee on him at the coffee shop. He’s into theatre just like Annie, and sparks begin to fly. But she can’t go out with him until she sorts out her uncertain relationship with Liam. Now that Liam got his ex-GF Naomi’s permission to ask Annie out, they give the whole dating thing a try. But after a close encounter with the police, Annie rethinks her feelings for Liam. Any guy who would endanger her already bad criminal record isn’t the guy for her.


The Girl Who Cried Wolf

It’s Naomi’s 18th birthday. And that means her trust fund is hers for the spending. Immediately she plans an extravagant birthday bash. But the party doesn’t go as planned when Silver finds out that she was lying to her. Naomi claimed that she remembered nothing about the party last weekend, including hitting on her boyfriend, Teddy. But when Silver discovers her lie, she turns to the one person who is eager to bash Naomi—their teacher, Mr. Cannon. When Naomi learns that Silver is alone with the sexually abusive Mr. Cannon, she tries to protect her, even admitting that he raped her. But after playing the girl who cried wolf for too long, Silver doesn’t believe her.


Incriminating Photos

Ivy’s family friend will stop at nothing to break her and Dixon up. He frames Dixon with an incriminating photo, and plasters it all over Facebook. Ivy is humiliated. Could this be her final straw?


Music Featured in 90210 “Age of Inheritance”

  • Complex by Drawbacks
  • Dreaming of Another World by Mystery Jets
  • Floating Vibes by Surfer Blood
  • Forget Me Now by tête-à-tête
  • Go For Miles by Tight White Jean
  • Help I’m Alive by Metric
  • Hot-N-Fun by N.E.R.D. ft. Nelly Furtado
  • Moonlight by The Honey Brothers
  • My Body by Young The Giant
  • Rock in the City Tonight by Lisa Mychols
  • Sea of Love by Cat Power
  • Win Someday by Sofi Bonde
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