90210: Season 4, Episode 20 :: Blue Ivy
This week on 90210 (Season 4, Episode 20), the gang attends Raj’s funeral, and then hosts an Irish wake to celebrate his life. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Blue Ivy,” which aired on March 27, 2012, to discover what you missed.
Navid returns to attend Raj’s funeral, but Silver acts distant. When the conniving Vanessa spills the beans to him about Silver’s cancer testing, Navid tries to show his support. But this only drives a wedge between them.
The Liar and The Lovers
When Liam discovers what Vanessa told Navid, he starts to see her true colors. She lands him a starring role in a movie, and he knows she’s lying about how she persuaded the casting director to give him the part. It turns out that she isn’t above blackmail. Fed up, Liam breaks up with her. When Silver learns that she has the cancer gene, she turns to Liam, and the two of them spend an intimate night together.
Touring with Haley Reinhart
After answering Dixon’s cell phone, Adrianna discovers that he’s been lying to her. She had no idea about his recording contract. She does a little digging and discovers that he’s opening for American Idol castoff Haley Reinhart at her show. Not only that, but Haley has invited him on her tour. He leaves before he can reach Adrianna and tell her the news.
The Rushed Proposal
Naomi is determined to learn Preston’s deep, dark secret. But he busts her when she tries to spy on him. Preston confides in Annie that if he’s not married by the time he turns 28, he’ll lose his trust fund. Now Annie wonders if his feelings for Naomi are real. But before Annie can break the news to Naomi, Preston proposes to her.
The Irish Wake
Ivy feels like Raj’s funeral didn’t reflect the kind of person he was. So Annie's new crush, Caleb, the priest-to-be, suggests that they have an Irish wake where they can get drunk and talk about the good points in Raj's life. Ivy uses the wake to tell her friends how angry she is that Raj lied to her. That he took away their last few months together without her consent.
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