90210 (2008–2013): Season 2, Episode 12 - Winter Wonderland - full transcript

The annual winter dance at the Beverly Hills Beach Club is approaching. Navid thinks Jasper was the one who pushed him down the stairs and asks Adrianna to help him prove it. Meanwhile, Annie questions Jasper about his drug dealing, but Jasper avoids the question when he tells Annie about his suspicions of her involvement with his uncle's death. Debbie tries to smooth over her relationship with Dixon with a trip to an arcade. Teddy has feelings for Silver, making Dixon jealous. Liam tries to rebuild his relationship with Naomi now that she knows the truth about him and Jen. Also, Naomi and Silver decide to spend winter break in St. Barts.

Navid? Good, you're awake again.

How you feeling?

Omar? Omar, he's awake.

- How you feeling, Navid?
- My head hurts.

My arm hurts too.

Well, that makes sense.
You broke it.

You also got
a pretty serious concussion.

- The CAT scan results look good.
- Come on.

- You're very lucky.
- I don't feel super lucky.

- Can you tell me what year it is?
- 2009.


I'll be back in an hour or so
to check on you again.

Only two visitors in the room
at a time, please.

Oh, absolutely.


- Hi.
- What's up, boy?

- Hey, man.
- Hey, champ.

What's up, bud?

Where's Ade?

Navid, you and Ade,

you aren't together exactly, or at all.

- Right, right, of course.
- That's okay, sweetheart.

Can you tell us what happened?

How you hurt your head, your arm?

No, I was at the Blaze.

I was editing a report
on a student art prodigy.

I left the office.

I walked down the hallway.

I was on my way to calculus
and then...

And then I don't remember.

Yeah, don't worry. The doctor said
there may be some memory loss.

- I'm just actually really tired.
- Yeah.

Of course. Yes, you sleep.

Oh, my God.

Ade, it's Naomi.

Silver's mom just got taken
to the hospital.

I don't know where you are
or what you're doing,

or why you haven't been in school,

but I really need you to come
to the hospital...

Ade, it's me again.

I've been trying you for hours.

You're not answering
and Silver's mom just died.

The funeral's gonna be tomorrow

and it'd be really nice
if you could come.

I guess we're supposed to be there
at 10...

I have no idea why I'm even
bothering to call you back.

It's probably pointless,
but I thought you should know

that Navid got into an accident.
He's in the hospital.

He fell down the stairs at school
and it's really not good.

- Anyway...
- Oh, my God.

Hold that elevator!

- Thanks.
- Sure.

- What floor?
- Ground.

- I thought you left for the funeral.
- Forgot my purse.

Oh, right.

Silver doing okay?

You know, all right.

Hey, we parked on P3, right, Liam?


Hey. How you feeling?

Not bad.

Worse than I've ever felt in my life,
but not too bad.

Baby, I wanted to tell you
you were right.

You know, I was high and stupid.

When I heard you were in the hospital,
it was like this total wake-up call.

I'm done forever.

I know I said
some really terrible things.

When I said I never loved you,
I didn't mean it.

It was the drugs.

You are the love of my life.

Ade, when I woke up,

the first person,

the only person that I wanted to see
was you.

Then I remembered everything
that happened between us.

All of it.

How could you?

You should go.

I'm going to need your essays
on Kierkegaard

on my desk by tomorrow morning

or there will be Fear and Trembling
in this classroom,

which was the name of the book
you were supposed to read.

Aren't they angsty enough

what with all the hormones
and acne?

Is existentialism really necessary?

To what do I owe this pleasure?

Well, Mr. Matthews,
when I attended West Beverly,

I always wondered
how sturdy these desks were.

Could they hold
a petulant Catholic-school girl

and, say, her very strict
yet dashingly handsome headmaster?

Catholic, huh? Amen.

What are your plans this weekend?

I don't know.
What did you have in mind?

Well, my horse is racing
at Santa Anita opening day.

I was thinking that maybe
you would wanna join me and Naomi.

Horses, champagne...

My sister and I in very cute hats.

What do you say?

Well, I think I could break out
my favorite pair of chaps.

Oh, hi. Yeah, I just...
I forgot my book.

My bad.

Liam, hey.

I know where we can take down Jen.
You still want to, right?

Is it bad that we left the shiva?

Kelly will be fine.

You needed your space.

Anyway, they covered
all those mirrors, which was just rude.

It's just

all those people

that I've never even met,

you know, like,

kissing me

and telling me how sorry they are
for my loss, which...

What does that mean anyway?
My loss?

It's a person.
It's not a baseball game.

This whole day,

it's been really surreal.

I mean,

one minute she's here,

and then the next minute,
I'm shoveling dirt onto her coffin.

I can't believe my mom's in a coffin.

I know.

And I can't believe
that Ade didn't show.

She didn't, right?

I could have missed her
in the blur of people...

No, she didn't.

I guess it's the drugs.

I don't care what it is,
she should have been there.

"I'm sorry I wasn't at the funeral.
I'm thinking of you. Love, Teddy."

Why didn't he go?

I saw him at the hospital.
He was all dressed up.

It's totally crazy, right?

I mean, this girl in my pre-calc class
said that Navid fainted.

But then Abby in my gym class
was saying

that he had a seizure or something.

- What did Navid say?
- I don't know.

My dad rode up in the ambulance,
but Navid was totally out of it.

- My dad said...
- I didn't ask what your dad said.

- I asked what Navid said.
- Oh, I don't know.

I haven't heard.

Oh, look, I'm sorry.

I shouldn't have brought up my dad.

I know our dinner didn't go
the way that it was supposed to,

but don't worry, okay?

I'm not gonna let my parents
come between us.

Look, Annie, I gotta go to class.


I mean, way long.

- Sorry, I call them how I see them.
- What are you doing here?

I wanted to thank you for the flowers.


...I wanted to find out
how you're doing.

Shouldn't I be asking you that?


But I'm asking you.

I was gonna come today, I just...

I can't seem to do funerals.

They're not fun.

I don't know
what the hell's wrong with me.

- Hey, it's okay.
- No, it's not.

You barely knew my mother.
It's honestly...

Yeah, well, I didn't go
to my mom's funeral either.

You didn't?

I couldn't.

I tried.

Put on my suit and tie

and rode with my family
to the church.

And I just couldn't get out of the car.

Like a coward,

- I couldn't get out of the car.
- Hey,

you, you are not a coward.

You're so completely not a coward.

I'm sorry, Silver,
I wanted to be there for you.

You were.

You are.

- I don't know...
- I'm sorry, I...

- It wasn't your fault...
- No, I know, I don't either...

- Sorry.
- No, it was...

I don't know what it was.

We're just both going through
a lot of stuff.

- Emotional.
- Vulnerable.

Totally vulnerable...

But, you know, since we did kiss,

you're kind of my boyfriend now.


Relax, I'm kidding.



What do you want?

What kind of "hello" is that?

I thought you might be
wanting something.

- I bet you're running low.
- Okay, I'm clean now.

I don't want anything
and I'm not going to, ever.

Willpower. Very impressive.

- So how's Navid?
- Not great.

He's in the hospital.

He fall down the stairs
or something?

I guess so. He doesn't remember
what happened.

I'm sorry, I gotta get to class.

- Hi.
- Hi, yourself.

Listen, I wanted to say sorry
if I was a dick earlier.

It's just the idea that your parents
don't like me, you know,

it just... It sends me
into a dark place, you know?

I totally get it, okay?
And it upsets me too.

But don't worry about them.

Nobody else matters
as long as we have each other.

Which we do.

- I love you.
- I love you more.

- Okay, I gotta get to class.
- All right.

- Hey.
- Hi.

When you get home from school,
we are gonna have a talk.

You kind of hold your pool cue
like you hold your chopsticks.

- Oh, yeah, how's that? - Oh, just
completely and totally wrong.

- What?
- Nothing.

Just I'm kind of thinking about
this whole Jen thing.

Hey, Liam, you're not doing this
because you still like Naomi, right?

What? No.

How about the fact that Jen's been
making my life hell for months?


- Isn't that good enough reason?
- Yeah, dude. Totally.

- Hey, I'm sorry.
- No, I'm sorry.

It's... As long as you're sure
it's not about Naomi.

It's not about Naomi.

Well, well, well.

- This is a surprise.
- Teddy.

- What's going on?
- You tell me.

I knew you guys were close. I didn't
realize how close you really were.

All right, this, us,
it's not a big deal.

Yeah, you know, we're kind of
just hanging out.

We kind of wanna keep
that on the down-low.

We don't really want be
a "couple" couple.


So don't tweet about it, pretty boy.

Annie, I don't get it.

We told you
we didn't want you seeing Jasper.

I'm gonna see him at school.
I can't help it.

What am I supposed to do,
wear a blindfold?

Annie, you were kissing him
when we told you

that we didn't want you to see him.

I can't believe
you were spying on me.

I was not spying on you.
I am the principal of your school.

You know what?
You can control what I do at home,

but you can't control
what I do at school.

Okay, okay, that's fine.

But we can control what you do
after school and you're grounded.

Go, go. Go.

What do you think?

Little Michael Jackson
meets Michael Phelps?


Oh, my God, your mom
had some crazy clothes.

I know, right?

You should seriously wear
that outfit out.

I mean,
I'm not even trying to trick you

like that one time with
the Helmut Lang padded body suit.


I'm actually gonna have to venture out
into the real world soon, huh?

Yes. But I will be there
right alongside you.

And I'll even wear this

if it'll
Put a smile on your face

Put a smile on your face

Come in.



Look, I just wanna apologize.

I know I've been
a really terrible friend.

And I really
wanna make it up to you.

Ade, stop.

You wanna be a good friend
for Silver?

Leave her alone.

- But...
- No, no buts.

What Silver needs right now
are friends that she can rely on

and clearly, that's not you.

- Can I get in there?
- When I'm done.

- Well, then can you hurry up?
- Nope.


Can you leave the bread out please?

- Morning, you two.
- Whatever.

So, what's on the agenda for today?

Well, I have Saturday
chem study group at school,

but I probably can't go,
because I'm grounded.

Annie, of course
you can go to study group.

Oh, lucky me.

So, what about you, honey?
Any big plans for this weekend?

Just plans.

What are they?

Hanging out with my friends.

So if you get your books,
I'll drive you to school.

Oh, and this day just keeps
getting better and better.

Oh, yeah, no kidding.

- Okay, have a good day.
- Yeah, bye.

And I'll find my own ride home.

Ready for chem study group?

Yes, I am. Let's go.

Oh, Continental Accent,
there you are, my darling.

- Hi, Nate. How are you?
- Hey.

Aren't you a big handsome man?
Yes, you are.

You are gonna run so fast today,
aren't you, darling?

Naomi, encourage him.

Yeah, you are a big handsome man,
aren't you?

Yes, you are.

So muscular and well-endowed.

Thanks for noticing.

- Oh, I didn't mean...
- Darling, how are you?


- Who's your friend?
- Oh, this is my sister, Naomi.

It's good to meet you, Naomi.

This is Danny Paris,
our very talented jockey.

And incredibly well-endowed,
with equestrian talents, of course.

- So, what do you think?
- What do I think?

I think, yeah, right.

- "Fan-frigging" no way in hell.
- Come on, Naomi.

Danny is a top athlete
with a great career.

And I think it would be good for you
to have someone

take your mind off of you-know-who.

- Liam.
- I know who you mean.

I just did not realize
you had the opportunity

- to smoke crack this morning.
- Now, Naomi.

Danny has a great personality.

And I think that you two would be
amazing together.

- Shut up.
- Absolutely amazing.

You go date the flirty
little Napoleon guy.

As Kierkegaard said,
"Doubt is conquered by faith..."

How you feeling?


I'm glad to be in the real world.

If you can call this the real world.

- Miss Clark?
- Speaking.

I have something for you
from a secret admirer.

Hermes scarf?

Oh, j'adore it.

- Okay, who's it from?
- Just a secret admirer.

In Race 6, Daddy Loves Pumpernickel
will now be ridden by...

Who names a horse
Daddy Loves Pumpernickel?

- Disgusting.
- It's not that bad. It's just odd.

I mean, to name
a beautiful, elegant animal...

No, disgusting.


- No way, you have a box here?
- My sister does.

We own a horse, actually.

- Cool.
- Yeah.

- Good luck.
- Thanks, honey.

Did you see what Ivy's wearing?

I wouldn't use that shirt as a rag
to scrub my bathtub.

Like you scrub your own bathtub?

You ever notice
that some girls are so girly

that they sort of skip femininity
and just head straight to tranny?

Anyone irking you
in particular there, Ivy?

No, I'm not irked by Naomi.

I'm just worried that she might
suffer brain damage

from swallowing all that lip gloss.

That sounds good. And you can
just write your number on here.

What a flirt.

Seriously. Excuse me.

Hi. Yeah, you kind of forgot
about the rest of us.

Dude, you are such a player.

I'm not saying it's a bad thing.

I think it's kind of cool
that you don't get tied down.

- Girls are nothing but trouble.
- Whatever. Guys are so much worse.


You know what? You're both right.
Relationships are trouble.

I guess I have to accept it,
I'm a player.

Miss Clark?


- Pretty.
- So pretty.

Okay, I know
you can't tell me who it's from.

Silver. But let me ask you this:

Is my secret admirer 5 feet tall?

- No.
- Yes.

But that's all I can tell you.

He'll introduce himself
when he's ready.

You know, I wouldn't say
you lied to your parents.

Oh, how is that?

Well, because you and I,
we have great chemistry.

Shut up.

Hey, hey.

Could I get a ginger ale for my friend

and a whiskey straight up for me?

- Do you have ID?
- Really?

Well, I am flattered.

- Make that two ginger ales please.
- Got it.

What is taking Liam so long?

Must be with the tech
working on his phone.

What kind of moron
deletes evidence like that?

Seriously? I mean, come on.

He had a recording of Jen

confessing on his phone,
and deleted it?

- So stupid.
- Don't worry about it.

I spilled this gnarly yogurt drink
on my laptop,

this tech guy saved the entire thing.

- The laptop, not the yogurt drink.
- Finally, bro.

So did it work?

We're ready to go my friends.

Sweet revenge.

Number 5, Folley's Folly,
ridden by Enrico Perez.

- Number 9...
- You're the best, Danny.

Bring it home!

- Good luck, darling.
- Break a leg.


What if we win?
I mean, wouldn't that be amazing?

Two hundred grand.

Wouldn't hurt, especially considering
the horse was a gift.

Someone gave you a horse?

Oh, the race is about to start.

- Go, Continental Accent!
- Come on, Danny!

And away they go.

I'm guessing it would be too much
to hope your equestrian benefactor

was, like, an elderly aunt-type, right?

I'm sorry.

But I'll tell you
that I like the horse

a lot better
than I like the benefactor.

Swing Low, way behind now.
Six lengths.

Here they come now
into the stretch...

Oh, no, Continental Accent.
Come on!

- looking very strong.
But here comes Continental Accent.

It's a very late race, but here comes
Continental Accent...

Wait, wait, wait.
Come on, come on, come on!

We won!

A great win by Continental Accent.
A terrific win, ladies and gentlemen.

- Hey.
- Hey.

Look, I just wanted to tell you
I'm sorry about your mom.

Thank you.

And thanks for coming to the funeral.

- It means a lot.
- Of course. Of course.

No, it's...
Hey, it's not "of course".

And we haven't exactly been friends.

Look, I still feel really bad about
what happened at the end of last year,

about kissing Ethan
and not telling you and everything.

It's okay.

I forgive you.

I miss you, you know?

You weren't just my boyfriend.

You were my friend.

I miss you too.

Come here.


This is amazing.
You were so good.

One more over here, ladies.

Now, hold that.

Great. Thank you.

Okay, folks, now, sometimes we...

Tell me you're here
to turn this thing off.

- I can't find the remote.
- Hey, is this a bad time?

- What are you doing here?
- I just came from a meeting.

And I've been thinking a lot
about what you asked me.

And I think I know
why I did what I did.

Figured it out?

Even though I was sober
the whole time I was with you,

I was still acting like an addict.

I hate how self-destructive I am.

So I screwed everything up

there's a part of me

that really doesn't like
when things are going well.

It's like I don't feel
like I deserve it.

And I get that now.
I'm gonna work on it.

And being sober for me is gonna be
a lot more than just not taking drugs.


I know it's too late for us,
but I'm gonna be working on myself.

And when or
if you ever wanna be friends,

- I'll be here.
- Thank you.

I'll keep that in mind.

So I'll see you.


Come on, Mutton Bird. Come on.


- We need to talk.
- Fine.

Miss Clark?

Another prezzie.

So you recorded me
with your phone, huh?

Gosh, you know, you are cute,
like a little spy.

- That's mine.
- And what?

You thought that you'd play
the recording for Naomi

and she'd realize
what an evil, big, bad baddie I am?

Just tell me this,
do you have other copies or not?

You know what?
I'm sick of being bullied by you.

And Naomi,
she deserves to know the truth.

Oh, please, that girl doesn't know
anything about anything.

And she never will.

That's one of the most charming
qualities about my sister.

Her naivet?.

Well, I have to say, I love my new hat,
and my necklace, and my scarf.

Obviously our Mr. Secret-Admirer
has great taste in accessories

and in women.

Oh, my gosh. It's so romantic.

He asked that you wait for him here.
Well, good luck.

Of course.

Either you have another copy
of the recording or you don't.

There's only one way to find out.

I'll take that as a "no".

Screw you.

Is your temper flaring?
Should I call your mom?

Or maybe your stepdad?
He'd know what to do.

I'm not giving up, you know?

Not until Naomi knows the truth.
How you lied to me that night.

You turned me against her
and got me to have sex with you.

Look, if it makes you feel any better,
it's not like I enjoyed it.

I've slept with a lot of men, Liam,
and you were easily the most boring.

It was you?

- Naomi, I didn't...
- No, Jen, stop.

I don't ever wanna see you again.

We did it, dude.

- Yeah.
- Nice.

- That was great. You...
- Hey, seriously man,

the scariest thing
was trying to open this thing.

- Like, "Oh, my God".
- I didn't know.

You wanted to use an umbrella.

An umbrella is cool.
An umbrella is Ocean's Eleven.

You know, we were all pretty damn
Ocean's Eleven.

We were. We were.


Can we get out of here, please?

Dixon just told me
something pretty messed up.

I don't wanna believe it,

but did you have sex
with your sister's boyfriend,

a high school student?

No, these kids, they have it out
for me. They'll say anything to...

Yes. Yes, it's true.

I did some terrible things.

But that was before I met you, Ryan.

You have changed me
and you have

made me want to be
a better person.

And if you would just give me
a chance to...

There she is, the big winner.

Eduardo, hello.

I just wanted to congratulate you
on Continental Accent's big win today.

You made a great investment
when you bought that horse.

- I thought the horse was a gift.
- A gift she bought for herself.

You bought that horse
with Naomi's money, didn't you?

- Ryan.
- And she has no idea.

Well, I'll be off now.

Ryan, please.

I thought you said
if I was honest with you

then there was nothing I could do

that would scare you off.

I was wrong.

What kind of sister?
What kind of person?

I don't know. I...
I don't know.

Hey, you got me, okay?
I'm here for you.

- Yeah.
- Whatever you need, I'm here.

Thank you.

Oh, my God, Liam.

I have to talk to Liam.

- Okay.
- Okay.

Hi. Dude, we did it. I told you.

Pure genius.

Why aren't you happy?

How can I be happy
when Naomi is so unhappy?

The look on her face.
I don't think it was worth it.

Come on.
You proved your innocence.

You, like,
vanquished your arch-nemesis.

- You must be kind of relieved.
- Yeah, I am a little relieved.

Yeah, you know what? I'm sorry.

I never even thanked you for your help.
You were great.

Not like I had anything better to do.

We're in public.

What happened to keeping things
on the down-low?

Don't worry about it.
It's not like anybody saw us.

Hey. So how was your study group?

What? Fine.

- Oh, yeah?
- Yeah.

I found this in your room
when I was bringing up your laundry.

You went to your study group
without your textbook?

Hey, you guys found my chem book?

- Wait, that's yours?
- Yeah.

Did I leave this in here?

Man, I was looking everywhere
for this.

Thanks, guys.


You didn't have to do that.

Yes, I did.

Annie, I owed you. I screwed up.

And I should have apologized
a while ago,

but we were fighting and...

Look, anyway, I'm sorry.

I should have believed you when
you told me that you and Liam didn't,

you know.

So why do you believe me now?

Because Liam told us who it was.

Yeah, that night, Liam had sex
with Naomi's sister, Jen.

- What?
- Yeah.

- Her own sister?
- Right?

I mean, I don't get it.
How can siblings get so messed up?

- So when did you get the turntables?
- Those?

- A couple months ago.
- Oh, wow.

I guess I haven't spent that much time
in here

at all.


Well, whenever you wanna hang out

or even just talk, I'm here.


So am I.

I lost the person
I love most in this world.

Now all I have left
is this stupid horse.

A stupid horse and me.

Okay, I'm gonna go in the house

and get every high-calorie, sugary,
carby food Kelly has in there, okay?

We need comfort food. Stat.


it's Naomi.

Please call me back.

I owe you a really big apology.

I'm so sorry, Annie.

Oh, dude,
you're really going to town, huh?

When you're talented,
you're talented.

Okay, so tell me more.

- Who'd you guys get to be the waiter?
- This actor kid, Trevor.

He's in one of Teddy's dad's

He did this hilarious British accent,
right, Liam?

Yeah, yeah, it was pretty funny.

Hey, I know,
why don't we get burgers?

In-N-Out or Fat Burger?
Invalid's call.

- Dude, we're in the hospital.
- So? We'll just...

We'll slip these puppies on
and we'll sneak you out,


- Oh, my God.
- What?

Before I fell down the stairs.

I was pushed.

And I know who did it.