David's Rock Bottom Is Surprisingly Plush In The Beverly Hills, 90210 Visual Aids
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Brandon still hasn't learned what the handles on mugs are for and no one likes him enough to tell him.
Why does Steve look like he's just about to start listing all the features and store locations of this bomb-ass 386?
Like Brandon and Steve, the production designer who dummied up this screen clearly had senioritis.
When a professor is extolling the brilliance of this paper in an upcoming episode, please remember this COMMA SPLICE.
Steve has exactly enough sense to glance over his shoulder when he gets a nefarious idea, but that's it.
Note the lack of ethical misgivings.
OH STEVE, TRULY YOU ARE THE MOST GIFFABLE OF THEM ALL.
This is the face we make when Brandon does anything.
Nat is suspicious of Melanie, the only person who's ever turned down his free food.
Has Brandon taken one hint in his entire life? This lean in and laser-beam stare say: no.
Sarah and Tara:
How dare this hapless woman force Nat and Brandon to volunteer to help her??? What a jerk!
We don't want to keep harping on how wee Brandon is, but then he goes and struggles with a small prop suitcase.
Lucky Melanie gets to be on the receiving end of Brandon's signature move: the rough arm grab.
No, that's not how you work a water bottle, Brandon.
Phil stands in front of the pinball machine that foreshadows how he's about to rock his fiancée's world. (No, not in a sex way.)
Again, given that Brandon volunteered to insert himself in Melanie's story, he can stop looking put-upon ANY TIME.
Seldom right (with beverages) and wrong again: that's a RED wine glass, Jones.
Sarah legit had polo dresses that were shorter than this.
How are we defining "special"?
Is this toothpick part of some kind of half-assed Hunter S. Thompson cosplay?
How lucky for David to run into a couple of fun-loving strangers!
Speaking of "not": all the data on David's alleged driver's license.
The thieves leave David his bad photo of Donna because who else could want it.
How short was this episode that it had to be padded out with all this reacting?
Donna was so anxious to get to Vegas to help David that she got dressed up like she was on her way to court to testify against Ray again.
David's ashamed to have gotten himself into this miserable situation...but at least it's fluffy.
You think you'll never see anything as tacky as this Vegas hotel bed, and then along come Donna's shoes.