90210 (2008–2013): Season 2, Episode 19 - Multiple Choices - full transcript

The gang is preparing for the SAT's when Silver disagrees with Teddy's decision to skip college to focus on his tennis career and things grow even more tense when she meets his movie star ...

- How's it going?
- Sticky.

Grab this. I have some graffiti
I'd like you to paint over.

Oh, my God.

Yeah. Kids can be cruel.

Man, she's a beauty.

Don't know how the hell
you built her all by yourself though.

Lot of hours.

I guess I would come out here to work
when I got upset

or pissed or whatever.

Well, it looks like
it hasn't been the best year for you.

Yeah, you could say that.

Well, look, it's all gonna turn around.
It always does.

Look at me. Two weeks ago I was
sharing a cell with Nine Finger Nick,

and now I'm in California
getting ready to go sailing with my kid.

You should have never been sent away.
You were framed.

I know, but what's done is done.
Besides I'm here now for good.

- You're staying in L. A?
- Hell, yeah.

I'm thinking about opening up
a tackle shop down by the marina.

That'd be pretty nice, huh?

Just need a little seed money is all.

And then I can start looking for a place
for you and me to live nearby.

- Really?
- You don't think I'm gonna let you

stay here with that bastard of
a stepfather? Come on, not an option.

I'm here for the
Future Zoologists of America meeting.

What's the only mammal
that can survive its entire life

- without drinking water?
- Navid...

- It's a rule.
- I'm your girlfriend.

Fine. Kangaroo rat. Happy?

See, now was that so hard?

All right, ladies and gentlemen,
our dealer is here.

All right.

- Navid, that's everybody?
- Yeah, everyone on the evite.

- Dude, you sent out an evite?
- Dude, chill. Kidding.


Everybody ready?

Who's that?

- No idea.
- Go find out.

- Why me?
- Because you wanna be the door guy.

Go ahead.

- Who is it?
- Kangaroo rat. Let me in.

So this is it, huh?

Yeah, West Bev's very own
little underground speakeasy.

Nice job, Wilson.

I didn't know you had it in you
to organize something like this.

- What are you doing here, Mark?
- Well, I want in.

You're not invited.

Maybe this will change your mind.

Wait, you're not scared
you're gonna lose, are you?

Have a seat.

It'll be a pleasure
to take your money.

Hey, Deb,
you pick up the dry cleaning?

I'm fine. Day was good.
Thanks for asking.

And no,
I did not pick up the dry cleaning.

Well, I understand.
Obviously you were very busy.

What's going on?

I just expected my dry cleaning,
that's all.

I'm not talking about the dry cleaning.
What's going on with us?

All this bitterness, all this sniping.

I think that we should go
to counseling.

No, we don't need to go to counseling.

Counseling is for people
that have problems.

- We have problems.
- No, we have issues.

Issues that any couple is gonna have
after 20 years of marriage.

- No, we don't.
- Yes, we do.

I kissed another man, okay?

Wait, that didn't come out right.

He kissed me, actually.

It was my yoga teacher.
And it didn't mean anything.

When? When did this happen?

Two months ago.

Two months ago?

And you didn't say anything.

And that's the third queen.
Looks like it's just you two.

All in.

Call or fold.

All right, I'll match that,

and I will raise you $6,175.

I don't have that here,

but can you give me a marker?
I'm good for it.

You sure?

Yeah, I'm sure. Trust me.

- So will you give me the marker?
- That is not a problem.

I would be glad to take your money

in whatever form
you'd like to give it to me.

All right, show your cards, boys.

Full house.

- Nice.
- Nice full house.

- Nice one.
- Thank you.

Unless... Wait, do four queens
beat a full house?

I don't know. I'm asking you guys.

Does it? Does it?

Dixon, don't worry about
getting the money to me right away.

Really, as long as you have it to me
by the end of the day tomorrow

I won't have to have the guys
on the baseball team break your legs.

- This seat's saved.
- For who?

My boyfriend. Have you seen him?

Blond, blue eyes, chiseled jaw,
muscles everywhere even in his ears.

Sounds like
a pretty good-looking dude.

Nah, you're way more my type.

So, what's up?
You've been all AWOL lately.

Big tournament coming up. Coach got
me on the court before and after school.

Good thing I took notes
during SAT prep course.

You wanna come over tonight
and go over some strategies?

I've got conditioning tonight.

Teddy, this is exigent.

The SAT's are in two days.

It means urgent or pressing.

- See, this is why you need to study.
- I'll be fine.

Come on, SAT's are important.
Gotta think about college.

- Applying to college isn't for everyone.
- What?

I'm not planning on going,
at least not right away anyway.

If I wanna play professional tennis
I have to do it now.

Sounds to me like you're
throwing away your future.

Well, it sounds to me
like you're really judgmental.

Tennis is my future, Silver,

and you don't understand that,
maybe you don't understand me.

So we come in from the bay,
and then we paddle out to this cave,

and I swear, out of nowhere
this tortoise comes up to me,

tips my kayak,

and so I clobbered the tortoise,
and then I ate it.

- Man.
- Hey, what was that for?

Dixon, you're like a million miles away
right now.

I thought you'd be
a little bit more excited

to go out since you were the one
who asked me.

You're right. I'm sorry.
I am excited, really.

There's nowhere I'd rather be
than right here with you right now.


I gotta take this.

I'm so sorry.

- Hey, Mark.
- Little Dix, got your message.

Really hope you were calling
because you got my money.

Yeah, sort of.

So, look, I was thinking,
I mean, I got a pretty dope laptop

and some DJ equipment
that's fairly new, so...

Dude, no. I don't want your old crap.

You have the money or not?

Okay, man, look, I just need
a little more time, okay?

You know, okay, look,
I could forget about the money.

- What?
- As long as you do me a little favor.

It's my girlfriend's birthday tomorrow

and I wanna decorate her locker

so she's surprised when
she gets to school in the morning.

Okay, so, what, you want me
to get you streamers?

No, smart ass.

I need the key to the school
so I can get in after hours.

Your dad's the principal. You can
figure out a way to make that happen.

If you don't wanna help me
with the key, that's fine.

Just have the six grand in cash
for me tomorrow morning.


- Hey.
- Hey.

So it's no New York pizza,
but it's pretty good for L.A.

All right, all right.

- So how'd the job search go?
- No luck.

No, surprise, surprise. Turns out
nobody's interested in hiring an ex-con.

- You'll find something.
- Yeah, I should take a page out

of your mom's book
and marry my own billionaire.

You think Oprah would have me?

Maybe your mom's billionaire
could fund us.

Yeah, stick with the Oprah route.

Can't ask that guy for a dime.

Who said anything about asking?

I'm just kidding.
See, this is what happens,

you hang around criminals
you end up thinking like one. Right?

- You got the key?
- Of course.

- Well, can I have it?
- I'm not just gonna give it to you.

I'm going in with you.

Whatever. Suit yourself man.

Come on. Go, go, go.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, what's going on?

I forgot, my girlfriend's birthday
is next month. My bad.

- Tonight we're stealing the SAT's.
- Stealing...? Dude, no, no.

Wait, dude,
what the hell are you doing?

Wow, you really are as slow
as you look aren't you?

- We are stealing...
- The tests aren't even here.

No, Dixon,
the tests are not usually here.

But you see, this year
West Bev is a test center.

- And rumor is that...
- They're not here!

I heard my dad saying
they don't get delivered

until the morning of the exam.

You can keep searching if you want.
You're not gonna find anything.

- Hey, let's go. The tests aren't here.
- What?

You guys are real idiots.
I'm out of here.

- Dude, what the hell?
- Hey, I'll see you guys later.

Good morning, Wilson.

Did you guys really do this?

That test was gonna bring us
some serious lettuce, man.

My buddy Jason was pissed.

Plus, he's gotta get into Stanford.
He's not much for studying.

So he was double pissed.

Come on, that's funny. Have a
sense of humor here, or a trophy.

Here, have a trophy.

It's not funny.

How am I supposed to build an outfit
around fluorescent orange?

I don't wanna take a class
with Mr. Cannon. What a pervert.

Did you hear that?

- It's not blowing over.
- It will. I promise.

Just give it some more time. Okay?

- No, I have a better idea.
- What?

Get everybody's attention.

Fine, I'll do it myself.

- What?
- Excuse me?



I have an announcement
I have to make.

Mr. Cannon is not a molester.
He's not a pervert.

- I am the pervert.
- What?

I perverted justice.
I perverted morality.

I perverted his life.

He didn't do anything wrong. Okay?

And I apologize again
for spreading such a vicious lie.

And trust me, I get it if you don't
ever wanna speak to me again.

Like I said, I am the pervert here.

- Pervert!
- Pervert!

- Pervert!
- Pervert!!

- Pervert!
- Pervert!

Get down from there.

You really shouldn't have done that.

You really,
really shouldn't have done that.

- I had to.
- But we're proud of you.

Little embarrassed to be seen with you
right now, but definitely proud.

Does that mean you forgive me?

- Hey, we've all done bad stuff, right?
- Speak for yourself.

Of course we forgive you.

Clearly you know what you did
was wrong, so...

Perverted, actually.

I missed you guys so much.

Hug! Group hug!

- Hey, you wanted to see me?
- Yeah, take a seat.

Dad, I wasn't...
I mean, I broke into the school but...

But what?

But I didn't do any of the vandalism.
That wasn't me.

It was your friends?
You just went along for the ride?

No, those guys are not my friends.

I had no idea
what they were gonna be doing.

- Look, I didn't even wanna be here...
- Okay, then why were you?

- I was just...
- Dixon, why were you there?

Look, I didn't even mean...

Okay, look,

I've been gambling.

For a while. First it was sports,
then it turned into poker.

And I guess
I got a little over my head,

because I lost a lot of money to a kid
and I couldn't pay him back.

He asked me to break into the school,
and I agreed.

Because I had no other choice.
I owed him money.

So I stole your key to the school
and I broke in.

Turns out that they kid and his friends
just wanted to steal the SAT's.

When they found out
that it wasn't here,

- they vandalized the school.
- They?

Who are they?
Who are the kids in the masks?


I got all day.

Mark Driscott, Nat Frazier,

Jason Brewer, Steve Peterson.


I heard about what you did
in the cafeteria.

A rather unorthodox approach
to repentance,

but fundamentally courageous.

So thank you.

I really am sorry.

I never meant for all this to happen.

I know. And I appreciate that.

- Well, don't be late for class.
- Yeah.

- Harry?
- What?

I should have been honest
a long time ago,

- but I would like to be honest now.
- Novel idea.

Fine, I deserve that.

Yeah, good thing our project's graded
on a curve, huh?

Because I'm pretty sure the tall kid
with the fauxhawk can't even read.

- Damn right you were.
- The reason I didn't tell you

about kissing Kai was because I felt
something for him when he kissed me.

Hey, maybe I should just...

I can't believe that I'm hearing this.

How could you be so selfish?

- Wait a minute. This isn't all my fault.
- I'm not kissing other people.

No, you're just the one who goes
to work and flirts with them

and then comes home
and doesn't talk to me.

You know what, you're selfish too.

- And you're cold.
- Cold?

- Yes.
- I am cold. How dare you?

How dare I what?
State what's been obvious for months?

You have been living
in your own world, Harry,

completely oblivious to everything
that I have been feeling.

It's like you're not even here.

And Kai...

Fine, my yoga teacher was.

He was compassionate
and understanding.

And he listened to me when I spoke.

And he wanted to know
what I was feeling.

I stopped that kiss
because it was the right thing to do,

not because I wanted to.

I don't know what to say to you.

Hey, come on. Let's get out of here.


We need to go to counseling.

Well, this sucks.

Well, at least your family
just started sucking now.

Mine sucked since I was 7.

That's when my parents got divorced.

You were that young?

I guess it was good in a way.

Well, less time to think my parents
were great.

More time to realize
they're just people.

- It still sucked though.
- Yeah.

I mean it's not fair.
You know, none of this is fair.


I wanna kick something or scream,

or just, you know, run away,
or I don't know, I just...

Annie? Annie, what...?

- What are you doing?
- I don't know.

I don't know.

I don't know why I just did that.

But I just felt really frustrated,
and I had to do something.

Yeah, well, that was something. Here.

Oh, no. Are you okay?


- That's cold. Oh, my...
- I think it's great.

Yeah, you're crazy.

Come here, crazy.

How come when I get out of the water
it's so cold?

Come here.

- Thanks.
- Sure.

You should be with Naomi.

- What?
- Yeah.

I know what she did
was messed up,

but, you know, she did
the right thing in the end.

And she's sorry.
And that's gotta count for something.

So you should forgive her.


Serve where the tennis ball
is not touched by the receiver.

I may have added a couple
tennis flash cards to my vocab deck.

You love tennis,
so I'm gonna learn to love tennis.

- Okay.
- You were right.

I was completely judgmental.

I mean, the fight was all my fault,
which also happens to be a serve

that fails to be placed
in the correct area of the court.

And this is a huge opportunity,
once in a lifetime.

You should see where it takes you.

- Really?
- Really.

And I'm gonna be at your big match.

Look, I appreciate it.
But you don't have to stay.

Just knowing you support me
is enough.

Yeah, but I want to.

I don't think you even believe that.
You hate sporting events.

I don't want you to have to sit
through a boring three-hour match

out in the sun just for me.

Besides, it is more exigent
that you use this time to study.

Okay. You sure?
Because I wanna be here for you.

I'm positive.


Game. Match. Set.

You win. Yeah?


- You're here.
- Yeah.


- I'm sorry.
- I'm sorry. It's my fault.

No, what you did was wrong,
but you did the right thing in the end.

And that was brave of you.

And I should have been there
for you.

I missed you so much.

Believe me,
I will never do anything like this again.

I love you, Liam.

You too.

Ladies and gentlemen,

welcome to the
West Side Sports Arena for the...


What are you doing here?
I thought you weren't coming.

I wasn't,
and then I changed my mind.

I really wanna support you.

And I brought some SAT study cards
in case I get bored.

I guess I should go sit in your section.
I assume I follow

the cell-phone cameras
and ogling stares to your father.

Is that him over there?

Yeah, that's my dad.

Silver, I don't think it's...

Just go do your thing.
I'll go sit with him, okay?

Good luck.

Coming up next will be the men's
18-and-under qualifying round

- between Teddy Montgomery and...
- Silver! Silver, wait!

Teddy, you're up.

Oh, my gosh. Thank you.

Hi, I'm such a big fan.

- Hi.
- Hi.

- I'm Silver.
- You want an autograph?

- You have a pen?
- No, I'm Erin Silver.

- I'm sorry.
- I'm Teddy's girlfriend.

So Teddy has a girlfriend?

Yeah, he does.

Well, it was really nice to meet you.

- I just... I realized that I gotta...
- Sure.

- I gotta go. So enjoy the match.
- Okay, thank you.

- So?
- So the superintendent called

and said she was gonna expel whoever
was responsible for the break-in.

And I said that there was a glitch
on the security tapes,

- so we couldn't see who it was.
- You did?

You get expelled, it ruins
your chances of getting into college.

I'm not gonna let that happen.

Now, don't thank me yet.

As of now, your life
outside of school is over.

No going out. No car.

No cell phone,
except for in emergencies.

And no more video games.

And obviously, you mention this
to none of your friends.

- You got it?
- Yeah.

Did you tell Mom?

No. No, your mom's got
a lot going on right now.

If she asks why you're not going out,

just tell her you're focusing
on your school work.

Hey, Dad,

- I'm really sorry.
- Yeah, me too.

Me too.
I thought you were better than this.

What are you doing here?

Well, actually this is my house,
so I can go wherever I want.

And I'm actually thinking about
turning the carriage house into a gym.

Put my elliptical machine over there,

the free weights over there
in that corner.

- But this is where I work on my boat.
- Not anymore.

What are you gonna do,
punch me again?

You deserve worse than that
for cheating on my mom.

Believe me, it's a matter of time
before she leaves you.

Well, then you don't know your mother
very well, do you?

Because, believe it or not, Liam,
Colleen and I are closer than ever.

And we're very worried
about you, son.

See, it's not normal for a young man
to spend all of his time alone in a shed.

That's why when she goes away
to Europe next month,

I'm gonna start my renovations.

- Mom's going to Europe?
- What, she didn't tell you?

Yeah, she's going on a spa week
in Switzerland.

You know, at first she was actually
hesitant to leave us here alone.

But I promised her that we'd be fine.

So it's just gonna be you and me
alone for a week.

I can hardly wait.

So how was your day?

It was fine.
Yeah, yeah, some challenges, but fine.

- How was your day?
- Good.

Funny thing happened.
I ran into Cindy at Trader Joe's.

Do you remember her
from the fundraiser last month?

- Yeah, yes. How is she?
- Good. She looks good.

I think she put some highlights
in her hair.

May I be excused?

We just sat down.
You hardly touched your food.

I'll take my plate with me.

I just have a lot of studying to do
for the SAT's.

- Sure. Okay.
- Thanks.

- Hello?
- Hey,

look, I'm sorry, but I gotta
cancel our plans for tonight.

- Well, okay, why?
- I'm grounded.

You're grounded. For what?

- Nothing.
- Well, okay.

If you're not grounded for anything,
then why can't we hang?

Look, I can't really talk about it
right now. Okay?

Fine. Whatever, Dixon,
I'll see you tomorrow at school. Okay?

- What's up?
- So dinner was pretty awkward.

- And listen, I think it's because...
- I'm sorry. I've had a really bad day.

- Can we not talk about this?
- Oh, yeah, sure.

No problem.

Hey, Dad, listen.

I've been thinking
about the tackle shop.

Don't worry about it, kid.
I'll figure it out.

- Just gonna take some time.
- Maybe I can help speed things up.

I appreciate the gesture, but it's gonna
take a lot more than 30 cents.

These are worth a lot more
than 30 cents,

from my stepdad's coin collection.

- Like, how much more?
- $10,000 more.

I just can't stay here anymore.

Use the money to open the tackle shop
and get your own place.

And I can get the hell out of here,
move in with you.

You've reached Liam.
Leave a message.

Hi. It's me. I mean, it's Annie.

Look, I just wanted someone
to talk to.

My parents are acting
like nothing's wrong,

and Dixon doesn't want to talk,

and I just really don't
wanna be here anymore.

I just feel trapped.

But anyway, call me?

To send your message
with normal delivery press 1.

To erase press 2.

Message era...

- Hi, Liam.
- Hey, did you just call me?

Oh, my God, no.

I must have pocket dialed you
or something. I'm sorry.

Okay. Cool.

- So...
- So I will see you tomorrow at school.

- Sure, see you at school.
- Okay.

Hello, may I please get
five brain booster smoothies

with acai extract and energy boost?

Oh, and can you label four of them
Silver, Adrianna, Annie and Liam?

Anything for you.

- So, what's all this brain boosting for?
- SAT's.

- You nervous?
- Actually, I'm not.

- I am feeling pretty good about it.
- Are you now, sweetie?

Do close your mouth, Naomi,
that's really not a good look for you.

So do you like
what I'm doing to the place?

- What are you talking about?
- The Beach Club.

It was a wedding present from Olivier.

He really is too generous.

We decided to give our marriage
another go.

I forgave him for cheating,
and in exchange

he told me we could live
anywhere in the world.

I guess there is no place like home.

You moved here? You're back?

Please, I wasn't gonna let you
keep me away.

I suppose I should let you know
I'm a little upset with you.

You turned your back on me,
that really wasn't very nice.

And, well, you know me,
I do tend to hold grudges.

Just call me karma, babe.

And karma is a bitch.

Okay, five smoothies ready to go,
Miss Clark.

Hey, man, good luck on the test.

Hey, you want a power bar?

My mom made me take like six
this morning

just in case I got hungry
during the test, you know?

Yeah, no. I'm cool, thank you.

Look, Dixon, I just gotta say

it kind of feels like you were
blowing me off last night.

Look, I swear I wasn't. All right?

Things at home,
they just aren't great right now.

- I really like you, lvy.
- Okay.

No, I'm serious.

I really, really like you.

You have to know that.

But I have to go. All right?

I'm so sorry,
and I'll make it up to you. I promise.

- Good luck on the test.
- Right.

What's up, little Dix?
You got my money?

- What?
- What?

Come on, man.
I got the shaft in this deal.

- No money. No SAT's. Nothing.
- Dude, I got you into the school.

I held up my part of the bargain.

You should be thanking me.
You could have been expelled.

My dad has tapes of us
in the hallway that night.

He knows it was you.

He could have gone
to the superintendent, but he didn't.

So I think we're kind of even.


Why are you smiling?

Now I know the principal covered up
to save his son.

Now, that's gonna come in handy

See you, bud.

You haven't returned
any of my calls.

Take your seats, everyone.

So are we okay?


No. We're definitely not okay.

Sit down. The test is gonna start.

Please be sure to mark your answers
clearly on the answer sheet.

And be mindful of the time.

Every second counts.

You have any questions,
raise your hand

and I will come to you.

Good luck to all of you.

You may begin.