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90210: Season 5, Episode 19 :: The Empire State Strikes Back

This week on 90210 (Season 5, Episode 19), Annie reveals herself as Author X on national tv. But her honesty comes at a price. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “The Empire State Strikes Back,” which aired on April 22th, 2013, to discover what you missed. Back to Article

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katrinakaif123
katrinakaif123 wrote:
2013-05-11 01:58:56 -0700

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katrinakaif123
katrinakaif123 wrote:
2013-05-11 01:57:30 -0700

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hugebear wrote:
2013-05-03 13:53:05 -0700

awesome Big Grin

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Aarjan
Aarjan wrote:
2013-05-03 02:31:43 -0700

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kids2013
kids2013 wrote:
2013-04-25 12:27:34 -0700

right on

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kids2013
kids2013 wrote:
2013-04-25 12:27:27 -0700

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kids2013
kids2013 wrote:
2013-04-25 12:27:10 -0700

lol

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kids2013
kids2013 wrote:
2013-04-25 12:27:06 -0700

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kids2013
kids2013 wrote:
2013-04-25 12:27:02 -0700

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kids2013
kids2013 wrote:
2013-04-25 12:26:55 -0700

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kids2013
kids2013 wrote:
2013-04-25 12:25:30 -0700

its kinda boring

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tycotickles
tycotickles wrote:
2013-04-24 20:14:48 -0700

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Chris the awesome
Chris the awesome wrote:
2013-04-24 00:01:56 -0700

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Poll-honesty

Is honesty always the best policy?

  • Yes, always.
  • No, never.
  • You should be honest, as long as you're not hurting someone's feelings.
  • Honesty is best, unless you'll get in trouble.

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