90210 (2008–2013): Season 1, Episode 8 - There's No Place Like Homecoming - full transcript

After spending several days in the hospital recovering from a near-fatal drug overdose, Adrianna tries to make amends with Naomi. But Naomi refuses to forgive Adrianna for her betrayal. ...



to West Beverly
starting today.

You guys are
coming tonight, right?

Why does this suddenly
feel like a double-date?

I can help you deal with this
but you've got to let me.

Your department made
quite the scene today.

We did this now
because then they'll figure the bust already happened.

Harry, can I talk
to you for a second?

It's about our son.

Whoa, whoa, Tracy...

I need you to tell them
that the drugs were yours.

If she confesses
it should help.

But you know
there's no guarantees.

Adrianna is
going to be here.

If you just give her
a few more minutes.

I cannot believe
you did this to me.

We're done, I hope you got that.

You're dead to me.

* When I grow up *

* I wanna be famous
I wanna be a star *

* I wanna be in movies *

* When I grow up
I wanna see the world *

* Drive nice cars
I wanna have groupies *

* When I grow up
fresh and clean *

* Number one chick
when I step out on the scene *

* Be careful what you wish for
'cause you just might get it. *

Well, you and Tracy
certainly made an attractive homecoming
king and queen.

It's funny how you look older
and she looks just the same.

Hmm, maybe I should pay a
visit to "Dr. Make-it-tight."

Yeah, believe me that's
the nicest thing I've thought since she kissed you.

Well, I-I appreciate
your holding back.

At least in public.

Yeah, yeah,
you're the principal

so I'm like a
politician's wife

and she's the head
of the parent board

so I have to be nice.
But I don't like her.

I don't blame you,
but thank you.

All right, the speed limit
unless otherwise posted
in residential
areas is...

25 miles per hour,
come on.

Give me another one.

All right, uh, parallel
parking on a level street?

18 inches.


Turn your wheels
away from the curb.


Looks like somebody is ready
to get her driver's permit.


Yeah, and if you pass
your test tomorrow

you can drive
your mother and I
to the homecoming dance.

Aw, come on, for real?

You guys are really chaperoning?

Yes, we are chaperoning.

You're taking
Silver, right?

Yes, sir, asking her today.

I got it all planned out
already, you know?

Got the suit,
the shoes, restaurant.

You know, how you taught me.

Yeah, yeah.

How about you, honey?
You going to go to the dance?

Um, yeah, I would have
to be asked first.

Running out of time.

Thank you, thank you for that.


Of course Ethan will ask you.

He's not going
to homecoming with Naomi.

And you did share a--
what did you call it?

An "almost" kiss.

Ah, yes, well,

when the "almost" wedding is,
just let me know

'cause I'll buy you
an "almost" gift.
Shut up!

And look,
there he is now.

Why don't you just
ask him yourself?

Not with her
looking right at me.


So, want to go
to homecoming?


Really? Why?

Because it's everything wrong
with this place in stark relief.

It's like a big popularity
contest set to music.

You don't want
to go, do you?

Oh, nah, nah,
no, no, no.

I don't like
that crap.

I thought it was,
you know, stuff girls like.

Um, other girls, maybe.

So, I mean we could go, you
know, and make fun of people

if that's what you want.

Well, I am actually scheduled
to get my wisdom teeth
out tomorrow,???

I'm going to have
a big chipmunk face.

Sounds kind of kinky,
but, uh,

maybe that's your way of, uh,
asking m to take care of you.

No, this is.

Really? You're here a week
and those are the people
you want to be friends with?

Are you jealous?

Do you want
to be my friend?

No, I don't.

So, are you going
to homecoming, teacher?

I'll be there
as a chaperone.

And what are you going to wear?
Something sexy?

You know what, Kimberly,
you're crossing the line.

Knock it off.

Aw, did I hurt
your feelings?

Just get to class.



Just brushing up on my
rare road signs.

I'm taking my
permit test.

Well, if you need any lessons
I could probably help you out.

People tell me I'm
an excellent driver.

Oh, people tell
you that, do they?

Yeah, I mean,
it's a little embarrassing,

all the acclaim, but,
uh, I got the skills.

You've got something.

So, anyway, uh,
I wanted to tell you

that I would like to
invite you to homecoming.


But I'm not going to.

Okay, um, are you
going to take Naomi?

No, no, we were
going to go together,

um, but we're broken up now,
so, which is good,

um, but it just feels
like a little soon.

Not to be going
out with you.

I mean to be going
to homecoming with you.

Does that make any sense?

Oddly, that all
made sense, yes.

But, uh, just 'cause
we're not going together

doesn't mean that we can't
dance together at the dance.

Yes, well, if we're
going to do that then

that would be
the place to do it.

Okay, okay, so
here's the plan.

You show up, then I show up.

Then it'll be
total surprise, like,

"Oh, my God, you're here?
Oh, my God, I'm here too."

We dance?

So, I'll see you
at homecoming.

I-I will be there.

I am not
your date, though.

Oh, no, no, no, no,
you are not my date.

Well, Adrianna's mom
contacted us first.

And what did
she have to say?

That I'm the druggy
and I'm bringing her

poor little girl down, and,
oh, Adrianna's so fragile

she can barely talk about it?

Adrianna almost died.

Oh, no.

Of a drug overdose.

Not always about you,
is it, Naomi?

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Yeah, she's going to
be fine, but she was lucky.

And since it's
her first offense

she's going to
court-ordered rehab.

As for you, when the police
took her statement,

she said that the drugs
you flushed were hers.

And since it's
your first offense,

you're not going
to be expelled.

So will Naomi be facing
any drug charges?

The police said
we could handle it here.

The school board has suggested
afternoon detention
for the rest of the semester

for lying about
the drugs.

How does that sound to you?

Take it and run, Naomi.

Thank you.

I'm not going in there.

It'll be okay.
You'll be okay.

Don't say that.
You don't know that.

Baby! You are at one
of the most famous
rehabs in the world.

I don't know what
we're doing here.

We can't afford this.

Yes, we can.
Bill is a great lawyer.

He said he was able
to pull some strings

and he got you in gratis.

Isn't that great?

I mean, I just,
I don't want you

to worry about that.

I just want you to
focus on getting better.

Mom, please don't
leave me here.

You're going
to feel better.

I, I just want you
to get better, okay?

Will you do
that for me?

Doing some redecorating?

Just getting rid
of some trash.

You okay?

Great! My best friend
almost let me get

kicked out of school
before she OD'd.

My boyfriend isn't
my boyfriend anymore.

My parents are getting divorced.

It's been a fun month.

If there's anything
that I can do,

I mean, I really don't know
what to say, but...

Thank you.

You know, you've only
ever been really nice to me.

I don't think I've
ever appreciated it.


You know what?

A bunch of the girls are
coming over to my place

to get ready before homecoming.

Going to go as a group.
You want to come?

You're probably going
with somebody else.

Well, um, no.
(giggles nervously)

No? Great, then
you can come with us.

It'll be so much fun,
I promise.

You know what?

That-That does sound like fun.



With Naomi? You've got
to be kidding me.

I'm serious.

It was really nice of her.

And I felt bad,
I couldn't say no.

I-I think it'll be fun.



No, it's just weird.
You guys hanging out.

Oh, don't be jealous.

Oh, yeah, that's
what I am.

I'm still going to
dance with you.

Oh, I know you're still
going to dance with me.

Cause you know,
dancing's like, my thing.

Oh, oh, is it?
Dancing's your thing.

I thought driving
was your thing.

You know, I got
a lot of things.

I'm a very well-rounded
individual, so...
All right.

Ok, I got to go.
Mom's here.

Uh, yeah, me too.

Uh, got to go
find a new thing, so...

Hi, I'm Naomi Clarke.

Sign in, please.

What'd you do to get in here?

You sleep with a teacher?

No, I turned them all down.

Oh, what, they
didn't pay enough?

Not nearly.

What's your deal?

You know, I saw your
big poster out there
in the hallway.

I take it you're probably
going to go to homecoming

with one of the
other big posters.

You know, you
one-dimensional creatures
usually stick together.

It's a good thing.

I'm Ozzie, by the way.

Oh, see now, that's
your first mistake.

Because now that I know
who you are,

it's going to sting
so much more
when I never talk
to you again.








Mexican nanny?

Hello. No talking.

Okay, remember to
fasten your seat belt,

make sure your mirrors...
Adjust my mirrors,

...and your
parking brake is off.

I got it.

And, and, don't play
the radio too loud,

don't drive when tired
and don't get distracted
by the other kids in the car.

So did Ethan finally
ask you to homecoming?

Way to slip that one in.

Um, kind of.

We're going to hang
when we get there,

but we're not actually
going together.

I just distracted you.

Oh, well, that was sneaky.

That's my point.

Okay, onward.

Now, always remember
your license
and you're insurance card.

We're with State Farm.

If you ever get pulled over...

I won't.
You never know.

The insurance card is
right here in the glove box.
Got it. Thanks.

Now, can we talk about what kind
of car you're going to get me?

Can we talk about what kind
of job you're going to get?


Adrianna, you have a visitor.

I do?


What are you doing here?

I'm actually here to do
a story for the Blaze News.

Let you tell your
side of the story.

Inside the walls of Currents--

It's a... it's a privilege.

That's one weird way
of looking at it.

Give me your phone.

They don't let
us have our own.

They let us use the pay phone
once a day.

It's kind of like prison
in 1970.

Wait, you're not texting
any lowlifes are you?

'Cause I really can't have...
I'm texting Naomi.

I left her like 15 messages
before I came here.

Hey, well, look, I got you some
really great reading material.

Check it out.

So how are you
doing in here?

I'm not doing your
stupid story,

so you can just get
the hell out of here.

Hey, hold on.

Listen, if you... if you
ever want to talk, you know...

off the record...

just give me a call, okay?

ell me what
you're thinking.

I'm thinking...

I don't want to talk to you.

I was thinking that
you are not my friend.

I'm thinking I want to talk
to my real friend, Naomi.

That's good. You're claiming

responsibility, yeah.

So what?

Obviously it was my fault.

I don't want to miss her.

She was trying to help me,
and then I hurt her...

so badly, so deeply

that she's never going
to forgive me.

And I can't live with myself

knowing that I did
something that awful.

All you can do right now
is be here.

This is the last place
I want to be.

* Do your ears hang low? *

* Do they wobble to and fro? *

(Dixon laughing)
* Can you tie 'em in a... *

You know what?

It is easy to get
your wisdom teeth out.

I loved it.

Yeah. It was pretty
fun for me, too.

Except you've been
singing that song

for the last
half hour.

It's like a perfect song.

It's my favorite song.

Yeah, okay.

Well, um, you stay here.

I'm going to go get you
some water, all right?

The doctor said
take two more of these
in three hours,

but I think I might
have to cut the doses in half,

because you seem pretty
responsive to the medication.

Thank you so much.

I'm just... so happy right now.

Aren't you so happy?

Um... pretty happy.

But probably not as
happy as you are.

I'm so glad we both
hate homecoming.

This is
so much better.

I'm gonna lie down.



Guess not.


How'd it go?

I got my permit.

I got 100% on the test.

And in a few weeks
when I turn 16...

I don't even want
to think about it.

I'll be cruising
down Sunset.

See, now that's where I got
in my first accident.

Me and a bunch
of my buddies were...

Screwing around in the car
and got distracted?

Something like that.

Yeah, see, I know
not to do that.

That's because women
are better drivers.

Not true.

Here, you can learn
a few things, Dad.

It's never too late.

Don't you have a dance
to get ready for?

Thank you.

Thanks for calling.

It was nice
to hear from you.

So what's up?

There's some country
western singer

that's supposed to
be some big deal--

she was snoring
so loudly last night,

I couldn't sleep.

I figured you could
use that for your story.

That's pretty good, but
I'm not actually doing
that story anymore.

Just wanted
to check up on you.

And I figured
since I was coming,

I'd bring you
some supplies.

Not the kind I'm
dreaming about, I bet.

I brought you some
scratch paper, some
colored pencils.

I don't know if you draw,

but I figured everybody
likes to doodle, so...

And, uh, oh yeah,
this is going to
be awesome right here.

And, uh...
oh, yeah, uh...

got you a little gift box
with shampoo--

lavender extract,
conditioner and toner,

which I honestly don't
know what that is,

but my mom suggested it.

Oh, one more thing--

I got you a couple DVDs.

Do they let you watch DVDs?

Yeah, as long as we don't
sprinkle coke on our popcorn.

It's all good.


Uh, well, enjoy then.


I need you to do
something for me.

Yeah, uh, what's that?

Bring Naomi here, okay?

Get her to talk to me.

I... well, I can ask her,
but I don't knowif I can make her...

Please, can you
bring her here????

I need to apologize.

It's killing me.

* I am climbing up a tree *

* I'm staring at your window
light shining down on me... *

I have someone's thumb
stuck in my ass.

Oh, well, you'd certainly
know what that feels like,
wouldn't you, Nina?

Ew, gross!

Forgive us.

We don't exactly
censor here.

No, it's fun. Like sisters.

Oh, yeah, not my sister.

I would beg to get to go out
with her girlfriends.

She'd be like, "Oh, yeah,
go get ready."

I'd run upstairs,
do my hair and makeup, you know,

get all dolled up.

Come downstairs,
she's gone.

Thanks, sis.


I always wanted
a brother instead.

Yeah, me, too.

I didn't get mine
until I was eight,

but it was worth the wait.

We fight, but he's
probably my best friend.

That's cool.

I always thought
an older brother
would, you know,
look out for me,

kick anybody's ass

who messed with me,
that sort of thing.

All right, look.

You look gorgeous!

You are going to get
some action tonight, girl.

Big smile.

Uh! Too bad Adrianna's not here.

Can I see that
before you put
another picture
of me with my eyes closed

on your FaceBook page?

Annie, shoes time.

I'm gonna wear
these, I think.

These will look
great for you.

Really? But they look
so expensive.

Oh, whatever.
They're just shoes.

Um, Naomi, can I ask you

Yeah, of course. What's up?

Is it weird that you're not
going to homecoming with Ethan?

Ethan and I broke up.

It'd be weird if I was going
with him.

Well, I know, but...

Look, we've broken up
so many times
So many times

I've just wanted him
to be miserable,
you know?

This time's different.
I just want him to be happy.

And I want to be happy, too.

Is everybody decent?

Ask Nina.

Oh, yeah, I am.

Well, Naomi, you have
a gentleman caller.

What? Who?

Come on in!

Thank you.

Hey, uh,

can I talO to you for a minute?

Ah, baby,
you awake?

No, I'm asleep.
but I'm talking to you.

My mouth feels
so frickin' bad.

When was I supposed
to take another pirate?

A what?

A pill.
What did I say?

Don't laugh at me.

Aw, I can't help it.

But, uh, you were supposed
to take another pill...

uh, about an hour ago,
but you were asleep.

You should have woken me up!

Now it's gonna take an hour
for this one to kick in.

Sweetheart, which one?

Well, the green one
goes better with
what I'm wearing,

and I want to remind Tracy
that we go together

just in case she gets confused.

Don't worry.
I won't be confused.

Well, I'm sure
as hell confused.

Why don't you say
something to her?

To who?

To Tracy. Good Lord, Debby,

I didn't know Kansas women
had no cojones.

I've got it, Tabitha.

That woman kissed your husband.

Yes, and my husband
and I have dealt with it,

and it's over.

I understand what happened.

What else would you do
in Wichita,

bake her a cake?

This is Beverly Hills,

You really shouldn't be
drinking, Tabitha.

It's Kool-Aid.

Look, I could squash you
with an eye roll,

but you could take on Tracy.

When it comes class,
brains and beauty,
my dear,

she's no match for you.

Tabitha, I think that's
the nicest thing
you've ever said to me.

Oh, that's okay.

I won't remember it
in the morning.

* I take it in stride
one day at a time *

* If I ask no questions,
I hear no lies *

* How come dresses only come
in disguise *

* Try it on for size
as I vocalize *

* Ain't nothin' gonna get
between me and my flow *

* Ain't nothin' gonna come
between me and my Afro *

* My man just left me,
what do you know? *

* Easy come, easy go *

* He came out of the blue
and went right back into it *

* Had to fall big because
he couldn't get with it... *

Hey, can I have you guys
fill our your ballots

for King and Queen,
please and thank you?

Boy, life is full
of irony, isn't it?

Come on. Let's get closer
to the band.

This band is so great.

Oh, my God, they play
at the Viper Room
all the time.

It's so amazing
that you guys get
such cool bands

to play
at your school dances.

I mean, in Kansas,
it was usually three stoners
playing for munchie money.

Oh, God, that's so sad!

Excuse me.

No excuse.

Oh, hey, rude.

You look cute.

Keep in mind,
less isn't always more.

Guys like it
when you leave

a little to the

Hmm. Thank you.

Okay, who was that?

That was my
detention buddy.

He's a smart-ass.

With a hot ass.

That sounds like something
I would say.

I'm gonna go get us
some fruity,

crappy drinks.

Where is she?

Uh, she's not feeling very well.

She had a really bad migraine.

She said she might
not even make it
to the homecoming.

You're a terrible liar, Navid.

I know she's gonna
be there.

She doesn't want to talk
to me,

does she?

Hey, I'm here. I'll talk.


Looks like I'll have
to take care of
this myself.


Silver, how are you feeling?

I'm good, I think.

It's all a bit of a blur.

For some reason,

I'm wearing a leather jacket
over my pajamas.

Is Dixon taking good care
of you, though?


Yeah, well,

he must be really
into you, girl,

'cause he really wanted
to come to this dance.

He did?

Yeah, he really
loves this stuff.


feel better.


Oh, my God,
you're here!

Oh, my God, you're
here, too, and so am I!

See? I told you
that'd work.

Yeah, there' still
part of the plan
to be enacted.

Are you saying
you would like
to dance with me?

I would.

* But I don't want to escape,
I just can't stop *

* I just can't stop *

* The more I get,
the more I want *

* She wants to own me *

So, my friend bet me
50 bucks

that I couldn't get you
to dance with me.

I'll split it with you.

I'll give you
a hundred bucks
to go away now.

Come on. You're standing
alone on the dance floor.

Look around.

Naomi Clark can't be
the girl with two cups.

* I just can't stop *
* I just can't stop *

You better not
touch my ass.

* I don't want to escape *

* I just can't stop *
* I just can't stop *

* I just can't stop *
* I just can't stop *

* I just can't stop *

* Come closer,
come closer, closer... *

So maybe I was being ridiculous.

We should have
just come together?

Oh, no, it's okay.

I had fun getting ready
with Naomi.

Cool, So, uh, what
do you think of
my dance moves?

Pretty sick, huh?

Oh, yes, I am stunned
by your one move.

Oh, no, no, no,
I have more than one move.

* No, no, no, no, no *

* And I just
can't pull myself away *

So how much longer
are you in detention, anyway?

The rest of the semester.

Damn, girl, you were bad.

I was just in there for one day.

Maybe I can get some more time
if I go and steal

your big face picture
out in the hallway.

Um, creepy.

Tengo muchas esperanzas
para nosotros.

Despacio, muchacho.
Vamos a tomarlo despacio.

A pasty white girl
who speaks fluent Spanish.

That's very sexy.

* I just can't stop *
* I just can't stop *

* I just can't stop *
* I just can't stop *

So, ah, I'll get us
some drinks.

And I will get us snacks.

can we talk?


Oh, my God.

Adrianna, hey.

How are you?

I've been bettertter.

Looks like a pretty fun party.

What are you
doing here?

The gave me a night pass
so I could come to homecoming.

It's not jail.

They let you come and go.

No, they don't. You're a liar.

You can't come and go
out of rehab.

Naomi, can we go talk?

No, we can't talk because
I'm not talking to you.

Why not?!

Just go.

No! No, I need you
to tell me why, okay?

I have tried apologizing to you.

I have tried to tell you
how sorry I am.

Please, I need you
to tell me why and...

Because it's too hard, Adrianna.

I can't take it

I can't keep trying to save you
when you won't even try
to save yourself.

(voice breaking):
I think it's easier
if we just stop being friends
because I can't take it.

I-I'm glad that
you're okay.

I really am,

but I can't keep watching
you do this to yourself.

Not anymore.

This better be
good stuff

because I know
the difference.

What do you got there,

Geez, man, am I the only
damn kid in this school?

Is there absolutely nobody else
you can harass?

Not at the moment, sorry.

What are you doing with this,
huh, Kimberly?!

What the hell are you doing
with this stuff?

I guess I just get bored easily.
Why do you care?

Let's go.

Where to?

Just start walking.

The private investigator
should have
some information for us.

That's great. I have to get
back to the party.

Harry, you will never guess
who I just ran into.


Hi. I'm so sorry
I stole him away.

We were talking
about our son.

We'll have to finish that later.

I am so sorry.
She caught me in
the hallway.

this has to stop.

I am tired of smiling
and pretending

that everything is okay
when it's not.

I know, I know, but she is
a piece of work,

and I don't know what to do.

I've been thinking, and her
behavior makes me realize
that I am right.

About what?

We need to tell the kids
about your birth son
sooner than later, Harry.

Okay, yeah.
You're right.

I mean, I haven't
told them 'cayve I,

I don't want to hurt them.
Yeah, well,

it's gonna hurt a lot more if
they hear it from someone else.

How do we know she
hasn't told people?


Need you.

Hey, can we finish this later?

I have to take care
of something.


Me, too.

Caught her buying drugs.

Okay. I will
take these.

I'll take care of it.

That's it?

And you can go now.

No, I'm not
going anywhere
until you tell me exactly what
is gonna happen.

Okay, she comes into my class...

Ryan, I told you before to
stay out of this.
Yeah, and maybe

that's why the problem's
getting worse, Harry.

I got it covered.

Really? You
have it covered?

That's why there's dogs
running around sniffing
lockers at school?

And you busted the wrong kid?

And now you've got kids
buying drugs at dances.

Please keep
your voice down.


I'm tired of this crap.

You don't know how to
deal with these kids,

and you don't know
how to protect them,

and I'm going to the board,
'cause you don't know
what you're doing, okay?

And if they don't listen,
I'm going to the L.A. Times.

Oh, for God's sakes.
I'm a cop, you dumbass.

* This stoop is my throne,
this 'hood is my home *

* And the sky's always blue *

* But the brownstones here
in Brooklyn *

* Ain't no Beverly Hills *

* Basically, we pay bills,
then chill *

* East coast this,
West coast dis *

* Do it like this,
we seal it with a kiss... *


Hey. (sighs)

It's pretty intense.

Welcome to my life.

You don't think
there's any way

you could be friends
with Adrianna again?

Just like I said, it's
too much drama, you know?

I just don't need
that anymore.

It's why I like you.

You're so...


No, not at all.


I really want to be
your friend, Annie.

I know I haven't acted
like it, but I do.

I would really like that.

It's just this one thing.


I don't think we can be
friends if you're with Ethan.

Um, but you said
at your house...

I know. At my house,
not here.

Watching you, him,
both of you dancing

But you broke up with him.

I know, and I can't
stop him from dating
other people.

I know that, but
it just can't be you.

Not if we're gonna
be friends.

Friends tell each
other everything,
you know?

And if you're with Ethan,

I'm not gonna want to
hear about your first kiss

or going out on dates
with him, you know?

These are things
we're supposed to
share together.

It's just, I mean,
how would it feel

if I went out
with your ex?

It, it would be weird.

Annie, boyfriends come and go,
but friends stick together.

Oh, do they?

Through everything?

That's different.

No, it doesn't
have to be.

You don't know what
it's like with Adrianna.

No, no, I-I don't,
but if it hurts you this much

to watch Adrianna do this
to herself,

then what are you gonna do
if you really lose her?



Don't sleep through
your opportunity

to take a chipmunk
to homecoming.

For real?

For real.

I thought we hated homecoming?

Uh, I'm on to you.

Let's go.

All right. Well,
I gotta stop home

and get my stuff, but...

But don't be afraid
to tell me stuff, okay?

We don't have to agree
on everything.

Hey, come on now.

Who said I was afraid?

I was just being nice.

Well, then don't be so nice.

Okay, I...

Just shut up and kiss me.

That hurt.

We'll get some
aspirin on the way.

Tracy, I want to be
very clear on something.


Just because you're on
the Parents Board

and I'm the principal's wife...

You know what, Debbie?

I actually was gonna go talk
to some people over there,

so would you mind
just getting to the point?

If you ever kiss my husband
again or touch him

or look at him in the wrong way,

you and I will have
a very big problem.

Gosh, I don't know how I would
get through the day

knowing that you were
angry at me.

Let me define "big problem"
just so we're clear.

I will hit you in the face
so hard

I will knock your teeth out.

You enjoy the rest
of your evening, Tracy.

I know I will.

Hey, Eric.

Hey, Adrianna.
How was your vacation?

It was very relaxing.

But I could get more

All right then.

Get out! Get out,
Adrianna! Get out!

What the hell are you doing?!
Get out!

Don't you ever sell
to her again,

you lowlife piece of crap,
you hear me?

Control your
woman, Ade,

or next time it's gonna get
a lot worse.

Navid, are you okay?

Why are you doing this?

What do you mean,
why am I doing this?

Because I want to,
because it feels good.

Why are you doing this?

Are you blind?

You're always doing this,
"Woe is me" crap

and how you have no friends,

and I'm sitting here right
in front of you!

What are you
talking about?!

I like you,
Adrianna, okay?!

I like you!

There I said it 'cause God knows
you would have noticed.

Stop. Stop it.

No, I've liked you
since middle school.

When we were kids
and we used to hang out

making those stupid versions
of big movies together?

Don't do...

Normal stuff.

I need you to stop.

No, I'm not gonna stop, okay?

I need you
to stop.
Hey, I can't stop.

We used to be so close.

Then you got in the seventh
grade and you got that sitcom

and it was like you don't
even know me anymore.

But I never forgot you.

I never forgot
who you used to be.

Who I used to be... right.

Do you remember
when I agreed

to do Lord of
The Rings...

so that you'd do a scene
from Princess Diaries?

Do you remember that?


I would always
do anything for you.


Oh, my God.

Did you pay to get
me into Currents?

Oh, my God.

Yeah, I did.

My dad did.

I just, uh, had
to get him to do it.

Hey, hey, hey.

I just want you
to get better, okay?

I want you to get back
to who you used to be.

All right?


Oh, I'm so sorry.

I am so sorry.

I know, I know.

I'm not gonna let
anything happen to you.


* The way that you
looked at him *

* And then you looked at me... *

I can't do this.

Can't do what?

I... I can't do
"us" to Naomi.

I get where she's coming
from, and I like her.

Do you like me?


Do you like me?

Yeah, but...

* Let me tell you
that I wasn't born *

* Yesterday, my dear *

* That ki
that lasted too long *

* We probably shouldn't
have danced to that song *

* It was nothing,
it was everything *

* It's really such a shame
it's so hard to explain... *

Look, look,
obviously, uh,

this needs to be
kept a secret.

This is very
serious, very real.

I hope I didn't
screw anything up.

You won't if you keep
your mouth shut.

You know you can stop
the whole sassy act now, right?

It's not an act.

How old are you anyway?

I'm 25-- why?

* That kiss
that lasted too long *

* We probably shouldn't
have danced to that song *

* It was nothing,
it was absolutely everything *

* To you *