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90210 Season 3 Episode 6 Recap

Oct 24, 2010

This week on 90210, Navid can’t stand to see Adrianna’s manager abusing her. When he overhears that he is blackmailing her, Navid demands to know what she did. Adrianna tells him that she stole Javier’s song, and he agrees that it was wrong. But he knows that she’s a good person, and he wants her to give her manager the boot, even if it means he’ll expose her crime. When Adrianna confronts her manager, he convinces her to stay. It turns out that the topless photo shoot she felt so uncomfortable with landed her on the front page of a magazine. And Adrianna can’t walk away from that kind of publicity.


Need a Job

After a fallout with Annie, Liam has been living in his car. But he doesn’t plan to live that way forever. Desperate for work, he takes a degrading job as a topless live mannequin/retail sales clerk a local clothing store. One customer sees how miserable he is and offers him a different job and a place to stay. Meanwhile, a girl he was using to make Annie jealous thinks their relationship is more serious than it is. And it turns out that his latest employer is his psycho girlfriend’s mother, and he is now living in their pool house.


Jen Turns Good

Ever since Jen had her baby, she’s been acting more motherly. When she overhears Naomi talking about how Mr. Cannon raped her, she becomes livid. She wants to help Naomi expose him, but Naomi refuses. Not only is she afraid no one will believe her, but she is also afraid to trust Jen.


A Twisted Imagination

Annie’s new boyfriend Charlie is a playwright, but she’s never heard anything he has written. She decides to surprise him and show up at a rehearsal. But she freaks out when she hears the twisted violence in his script. But after witnessing an incident with a spilt drink, she realizes that only Charlie's imagination is violent.


The Ultimate Betrayal

Dixon tells Ivy why he turned her away, leaving Ivy filled with regret that she slept with her family friend Oscar. Ivy goes to the one person she thought she could turn to for support—her mom. But then Oscar reveals the shocking truth—that he also slept with her mom…all summer long. Scandalous! Oscar admits that he intended to ruin their family, just like Ivy’s mom ruined his.


90210 Music

  • Beach Life by Nicholas
  • Daylight by Villa Nah
  • He’s Not a Boy by The Like
  • Kids by Sleigh Bells
  • L’Aventuriare by Catherine Antoine
  • New New by Raj Knight
  • Parallel Universe by Gypsy & The Cat
  • Pretty by Dan Kramer
  • Release Me by The Like
  • Saying Goodbye by Jessica Lowndes
  • Sophia Rossi by Nicholas
  • Take The Hit by Blind Benny
  • The Undoing by Interpol
  • The Ventures by Bang On Records
  • Total Breakthrough by Art and Robin Munson
  • Twice by Little Dragon
  • Where Did We Go by Stray & Grass
  • Wicked Game by Chris Isaak

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