Dr. Martin Regrets Letting Donna Use His Phones In The Latest Beverly Hills, 90210 Visual Aids!
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Donna's psyched to get a little vocational training filling in as her dad's receptionist for a day! David seems to know she is not up to the task.
...Okay, these are some p dece pull-ups, Ziering. [clears throat, fans face]
Clare's so into this display that she's presenting her underwear.
TFW your daughter the fashion student thinks she can give medical advice over the phone.
This is Dayna, the sportswear professional. We assume that bouffant is full of spongy wristbands.
One way you can tell Jason Priestley directed this episode is this pointlessly "interesting" camera angle. (Also, definitely interrupt your girlfriend in the middle of her brief attempt at work when you're sprawled out without a care in the world.)
Nice eyebrows, Dayna. Let's assume she's a Bouvier cousin.
This is the doctor's office version of "if you've got time to lean, you've got time to clean."
You hire dumb baby Donna to run your medical office, you pay the melodramatic price.
Evidently Clare just saw that gif too.
Not sure how, on a logistical level, Dr. Martin can blow off two doctors' worth of cardiac patients on zero days' notice, but...good for him?
Sliding into the group text like
This is Val's "friend" Tom, from Buffalo. We'd like to eat him on weck.
Please enjoy the Priscilla Presley realness of Val's prom look.
Tom may not be played by an actor who's talented, but at least he's played by one we can believe Val would have wanted to bone, unlike all the other ones in her age cohort this show has thrown at her.
Unfortunately, Tom's tape also contains bad memories...........!
This is definitely a reference teenagers in 1997 would get.
There's no dull conversation Kelly and her maroon lipstick can't be a bitch about.
Is Brandon, like Clare, also trying to pull his pants down to show his underwear to...Mark?
Kelly is also a bitch on her way to Mark's dad's media mucky-muck party.
And behind a bar -- somewhere you should get used to seeing her, by the way.
Same, Mark. Same.
Saintly Kelly contemplates how much better a person she is than Mark.
Nightmare fantasy sequence? No, just director Jason Priestley trying to use a new lens (and make Brandon look a lot taller than we all know him to be).
TFW a young person has impressed you and you'd like to buy him a steak.
Life comes at you fast, huh Mark. ("WHAT?!" - Mark.)
This is what you should have done when you first laid eyes on Brandon, dude.
"Dear Blue Fairy: I wish I were a real boy!"
Ciao, nutball! You won't be missed.