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90210: Season 4, Episode 1 :: Up in Smoke

Sep 14, 2011

Season 4 of 90210 kicks off with the students of West Bev moving on to college. Episode 1, “Up in Smoke,” aired on September 13, 2011.

The Party House

Season 3 left us wondering, is Naomi truly pregnant? Or did she fake a pregnancy to save her relationship with Max? Well, it turns out her pregnancy test showed a false positive. Max’s relief leaves Naomi in tears, and she decides to move on. With her first year at CU drawing near, Naomi purchases a huge party house and throws an end-of-summer bash, mostly to impress a college hottie. But her party goes haywire when the cops show up and discover the marijuana left from the previous owner’s son, Austin.

The Troubling Teen

When Navid’s mother moves to Switzerland, his sister, Rana, moves into his and Silver’s one-bedroom flat. Rana’s high school antics put a strain on Navid and Silver’s relationship, especially when Adrianna returns and Rana welcomes her into Silver’s house. Despite Adrianna’s apologies, Silver wants nothing to do with Adrianna.

The Mix-up

A mix-up causes Dixon to be assigned to the girls dorms at CU. Now that it’s too late to switch back, he searches for a new place to live. He decides to rent a beach house, but someone else is already in the running - Austin, the former owner of Naomi’s party house.

The Proposal

Annie spends the summer waiting for Liam to return from his job as a deep sea fisherman. When he arrives, he surprises Annie with a curt marriage proposal. Shocked, Annie doesn’t know what to do. At Naomi’s party, Liam proposes properly, with violinists, rose petals and fireworks. But still, Annie rejects him. She realizes that something life changing must have happened on that boat. But what?

Have Your Say

What do you think happened to Liam during his summer as a deep sea fisherman? Do you think Austin will be Naomi’s new love interest? Tell us in our comments section below!

90210 Music

This episode of 90210 featured the song I Stand Alone by Theophilus London.

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CookieDevil

CookieDevil wrote:

TheEvilKendra: It's 90210. xP
commented: Sun Sep 18, 2011

kierrapool12

kierrapool12 wrote:

This episode was crazy
commented: Fri Sep 16, 2011

Cole90210

Cole90210 wrote:

Lmaooo
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