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90210: Season 3, Episode 19 :: Nerdy Little Secrets

Apr 25, 2011

This week on 90210 (Season 3, Episode 19) Naomi feels threatened by Max’s friendship with an attractive nerd. Kidzworld has the recap of “Nerdy Little Secrets” which aired on April 25, 2011.

The Threat of a Hot Nerd

When Naomi learns that her secret boyfriend, Max, will be studying for the annual academic decathlon with a hot nerd, she goes berserk! She follows their team to the tournament and storms into their hotel room when she sees the two enter together. After frightening the girl into quitting the tournament, Naomi is forced to take her place in the decathlon, as each team must have a female. Unfortunately, Naomi’s incorrect answer in the final stages of the competition costs West Bev the win.

Swapping Silver’s Meds

In the last episode, Adrianna secretly swapped Silver’s medication for something that’s giving Silver far too much energy. Silver dyes her hair a hot red-orange color, and runs to a college interview after her moped runs out of gas. At first, she impresses the scout with their shared knowledge of books and films. But later that night, Silver takes it one step too far, calling him incessantly into the early hours of the morning.

Assisting a Former Actress

Annie lands a job as a personal assistant to a former actress, and is in charge of cleaning her house. Over lunch, Annie discovers that the woman is having bouts of memory loss. When she finds a brochure on assisted suicide, Annie realizes that her real job is to get the woman’s affairs in order.

Afraid of the Water

When Raj signs Ivy up for a surfing competition, Ivy freaks out. At first, Raj is confused. But he consults Dixon and learns that Ivy has been afraid of the water since her surfing accident. Raj stages a drowning, knowing that Ivy will have to come into the water to rescue him. When Ivy discovers what he did, she’s infuriated. But his plan works. She winds up competing in (and winning) the surfing competition.

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