The Beverly Hills, 90210 Visual Aids Are The Best Lessons
And Val's boobs are the best boobs, as she goes undercover(s) and Felice gets outed in S06.E11.
The Again With This podcast that inspired these visual aids sounds like school spirit.
Missing Dylan isn't a competition, you two. (Neither is being hateful, but if it were, you'd both win.)
We wouldn't mind robo-punching both these Rock'Em Sock'Em idiots.
Nothing's more fun than making Susan insecure.
Keepin' it klassy by fuckin' in the widower's abandoned house.
Priestley's silent-movie indicating of "inspiration" is all the more impressive when you realize he's laboring under the weight of 18 pounds of silver bracelets.
Steve and Cornelius confer on finding new agents.
Take a break from wondering what's going on with this Nicole Kidman clap to enjoy the vintage Doritos packaging in David's hand. (Which he is also using to clap. Was there not a director on set that day?)
Surprise! It's an actual grown-up!
Let's just put a woodcut of this in the dictionary next to "knowing your strengths."
Pretty (Regretful) Woman.
We're obliged to point out that the sex workers pictured here are dressed more modestly than Donna usually is.
Less appropriate for a newly minted assistant prof: replacing the real mascot with a replica and hiding it in his fridge? or doing a Country Crock product placement without administration sign-off?
Serving horrified perp realness.
Yeah, we're not fans of the XXXXL barn jacket David lent you either.
In case you didn't believe us about how horrid the green screen is.
[hums Land Of The Lost theme]
Us too, bro.
"Cam, babe: more 'concerned,' less 'trying to poop a hedgehog.'"
Look, we're not saying Donna's "morning hair" is great, but it's a big improvement over...
...this. Who gets this short a haircut so she can spend more time on complicated 'dos?
We could point out that most of these football extras/under-fives look minimum 30 years old, but their uniformly "nope" attitude towards Joe and Donna's relationship more than makes up for it.
Mumsy Extra #3 still can't smile.
Aw, the Martins' pride is cute.
Putting Donna at the literal center of everyone's attention, however, is not.
Felice's shame should not extend to that necklace, which Sarah wants to borrow.
Ray, if you're going to try to extort Donna into getting back together with you, own it; the pretend hangdog routine won't fly.
Neither will this oddly lofty flounce out of frame, Tori. It's like she's trying to do "wax on, wax off" triple-time with her ass and it's tonally way off for the scene.
As if Felice put this spread together by herself.
tfw Nat has the nerve to charge for food.