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90210 Season 3 Episode 9 Recap

Nov 15, 2010

This week on 90210, Teddy is struggling with his sexuality. When a hot waitress hits on him, he is completely uninterested. He leaves Dixon and Liam and goes to a gay bar where he can sort out his confusion. But when it’s time to pay the bill, he realizes that he forgot his wallet. So he calls Ian, the other gay boy in school, to help him out.


Too Revealing

Annie meets Charlie’s roommates for the first time and discovers that he’s bunking with his beautiful and spunky ex-girlfriend, who seems to have a lot more in common with Charlie than she does. So Annie takes Naomi’s advice: because he’s a college guy, she needs to “lock him down.” So one night she plans to surprise him by walking out of his bathroom in lingerie. Unfortunately, Annie winds up surprised herself when she discovers that his roommates arrived while she was changing.


The Effects of Loneliness

Since Jen left, Ryan has been struggling with being a single dad. With Deb’s help, he hires a nanny, who seems dedicated at first. But when she gets an acting audition, she drops the baby off at Ryan’s classroom. Deb helps him out by looking after Jack, and when Ryan comes to pick him up, his and Deb’s loneliness brings them together for an unexpected night of passion.


Relationship Troubles

Navid’s guidance counsellor informed the authorities about his father’s child pornography business. Now the police are investigating him. His father refuses to take responsibility for his mistakes, and he blames Navid for the trouble. Adrianna is too busy advancing her singing career to talk to Navid about his family troubles, so Navid turns to the one person he knows he can count on—Silver.


90210 “They’re Playing Her Song” Music

  • Afraid of Everyhing by The National
  • Don’t Believe In Love by Dido
  • Dread Stew by Big Swede
  • Dreadlocks In Moonlight by Lee
  • Early Morning by Maimon & The Mongoose and
  • Hello Good Times by Jessica Lowndes
  • Just Takes One by Taxi Doll
  • Moving Pictures by Paris at Midnight
  • Secrets by One Republic
  • That’s Just My Luck by Syl Johnson
  • We R Who We R by Kesha
  • Wide Eyes by Local Natives

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