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90210: Season 4, Episode 12 :: O Holly Night

This week on 90210 (Season 4, Episode 12), Naomi starts her internship and Annie must choose between Liam and Patrick. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “O Holly Night”, which aired December 6, 2011.  

Birthday Bash

Naomi starts her new internship as an event planner, but soon realizes that she is working for Holly’s mom. She doesn’t want to ruin her new friendship, so she hides it from Holly. But, things get complicated when Naomi’s boss asks her to work at Holly’s birthday party. She goes to the event, but tries to act like a guest, instead of an employee. Holly finds out and feels betrayed. She retaliates by flirting with Austin.

Music Makers

Dixon gives Adriana an early Christmas present: a mix of her song! But, she isn’t too impressed. Adriana doesn’t want to get back into the music industry, and feels like Dixon is putting his music before her personal feelings. With his career on the line, Dixon chooses Adriana over the possible hit song. She finally agrees to work with him on a compilation, as long as music – and not fame – is the focus.

Tough Choice

This week Liam reveals he still has feelings for Annie! Crazy! But, Annie still needs Patrick’s money. Upset, Annie confides in Liam and the two end up sleeping with each other. When Patrick asks Annie to go to Hawaii with him for the holidays, she must make a decision between the two guys. She chooses Liam, but when she calls him to tell him the good news, he gets into a car accident. Is Liam alive?

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Will Liam survive the accident? Leave a comment and let us know what you think!

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