Jesse Obliviously Brings Home A Metaphor For His Marriage In The Latest Beverly Hills, 90210 Visual Aids
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This is some of the most emotionally ravaged plate-drying you will ever see.
"Honey, look what I found on my run! It's a metaphor for our relationship!"
Andrea puts the "nay" in "negligee."
It might look like Val is taking an awful lot of time admiring some very boring shoes. IT WAS A DIFFERENT TIME.
Mr. Brennan is not here for Val's excuses not to have paid her hotel bill already.
Val ponders her next move, schemingly.
Mr. Brennan is not here for Val's attempt to settle her bill IN TRADE, if you know what we mean.
But if there's a woman alive who could change the mind of even the most...uh...SCRUPULOUS hotel managers, it's this lip-biting vixen! Except for this time. Back to the Walshes' she goes.
It's amazing how good Brandon is at "playing" an obnoxious "character" for David and Clare's project, huh Jim?
Dylan is watching Val walk out of the Peach Pit, not set a kitten on fire, not that you'd be able to tell the difference from this expression.
This is not, in fact, the actress who played the lady who faked a neck injury in "A Competitive Edge," but we can understand why you'd think it was. This is Dr. Molly Johnson, whose hypnotherapy skills will...well. We will not spoil eet.
In a season of terrible Donna hair: a new low.
"From you, okay? I learned bad hair from watching you!!!"
Quick, someone find a portrait painter to commit this mother-daughter hair moment to canvas.
When you think you've been holding on your dopey look long enough but when you look at the director you find out you need to do more.
With Joey Slotnick as...Tuck. (Ask your parents.)
Rex wants to get into the cinema verité business.
In an extremely silly, pointless episode, Ian Ziering makes his own fun.
David can't understand why Clare is leaving when there's plenty of room for her in his vest.
STUFF x 3.
TFW your character "nerd" hair is about a million times more attractive than your regular hair.
This hair STUFF would make more sense if Donna's hair wouldn't be immobile in a tornado.
Kelly? Us too.
Tuck meets "Tuck," and an actually amusing moment ensues! For once!
Hey hey, Clare's the Monkees! Or her head has been attacked by a man o' war.
Kissing...well, not so much "STUFF" as "emotional warfare." Either way, it's bad.
Clare's attack on David is so effective that Steve needs that pillow if he doesn't want to scandalize all his best friends.
Kelly's spent the night puking and sleeping but her lipstick is still, miraculously, perfect.
Clare may have dumped David, but he's still got his collection of armoire-sized vests to comfort him.