90210 (2008–2013): Season 2, Episode 21 - Javianna - full transcript

Adrianna's new romance with pop star Javier continues to blossom, while Navid continues to work up enough courage to tell her how he feels. Jen has taken control of Naomi's finances and ...

What movie are we going to see?

I don't care, as long as it's not some
stupid pop-culture piece of crap.

Just because something is popular
doesn't mean it's any good.

You know, in fact, sometimes,
sometimes it's the exact opposite.

Lots of people like cigarettes,
but they cause cancer.

- Any idea what he's talking about?
- No.

Pop culture cancer's
what I'm talking about.

- Dude, what is your problem?
- Wanna know what my problem is?

You wanna know my problem?
I'll show you my problem.

This right here is my problem.

Javier, huh?

Hey, can you get out of here please?
I'm tired of looking at his face.

- Aren't you guys broken up?
- Yeah, wow.

I know that already. Okay?

Well, maybe I don't wanna be.

Well, have you told Ade
that you ended it with Lila yet?

No, I didn't tell her anything.

That's the first step.
You're supposed to.

Yeah, and step two,
let her know you want her back.

And step three, cut a single.
Become an overnight teen heartthrob.

Does he kiss
like a teen heartthrob or not?

I don't know.
We've been on, like, two dates.

If you guys come to my gig on Friday
you can meet him, he'll be there.

Ade, it's your first gig.

- I'm so excited.
- Miss, do you have another card?

This one's been declined.

Why were my cards declined?
Fix this please.

Oh, let me take a look and see.

They don't work

because I canceled them.

You've been spending entirely
too much money

and well,
you're on a financial diet now.

of low denomination greens.

That's fives and tens, little sister.

Oh, would you excuse me?

I have to sign a check
for my shrimp vendor.

I'll ask if he's hiring.

- Hello?
- Hi, this is Jay Boyd.

I don't know a Jay Boyd.

What are you doing?
That's my phone.

- Hello?
- Hi, is this Jen Clark?

Hi. Yes, this really isn't a good time.

- Can I call you back?
- Sure, no problem at all.


- What was that all about?
- None of your business.

Look, now that I'm in charge,
things are going to change.

A lot of things.

Frugal is the new black.

Do you really have to go
to Australia all summer?

I mean, I'm gonna really miss you.

You should come.

- To Australia?
- I mean, if you wanted to.

No, no, I want to.

- Really?
- Yeah, I really want to.


- So I've got an idea.
- Okay.

What if we start our presentation by
playing Vivaldi for, like, ten minutes?

Which means we'd only have to talk
about Vivaldi for, like, five.

Yeah, I think Matthews had something
a little more interactive in mind.

But we could do an interpretative
dance while the music plays.

- Yeah.
- Yeah, and I'm serious.

Bring the ballet slippers next week.

So when did you get
out of the hospital?

A couple days ago.

My doctors think I'm ready
to reintegrate into West Bev.

So here I am reintegrating.

Well, that's great. And...

- Are you...?
- Better?

Yeah, I feel better.

Or at least I will.

Once I say to you
what I need to say.

Look, Annie,
there's no excuses for what I did.

But I need to explain.

- You don't have to.
- I do.

I was always an outcast
and then you came along.

And I saw how much
my uncle's death affected you

and I took advantage of that.

Didn't think I was gonna fall in love
with you, but I did.

And then when you threatened
to leave me, I panicked.

I'm not here to make excuses.

I'm here to apologize.
You're one of the good ones, Annie.

If there's any way
that you could forgive me?

- Maybe we could be friends?
- Jasper, stop.

- I can forgive you and I do.
- You do?

But we can't be friends.
There's just too much that's happened.

I understand.
Thanks for listening to me.

What's the difference
between a big tennis practice

and a regular tennis practice?

Well, a big tennis practice comes
before a big tennis tournament,

which I'm gonna win by the way,

earning myself number one
rankings at nationals.

- Hold your applause.
- I can't. Look, I can't.

- So you better go.
- Yeah, I should definitely go.

- Yeah, yeah.
- Yeah, yeah.

Okay, okay. Go.

Oh, what?

Has Teddy dipped his pen
in the old ink well recently?

- His pen?
- Have you done the mattress mambo?

No. Okay. No, we have not had sex.

But I want to, I really want to.

It's just...

Okay, the only time I've ever done it
I was going through a manic phase.

So now, I don't know, I feel
like I'm a virgin again or something.

You know?
I just want it to be right this time.


How do you know
when it's the right time?

I think you'll just know.

What are you doing here?

Every now and then
I like to stop at high schools

and get a little ego boost.

I just wanted to see you.

I have a special night planned for us.

I am really not dressed.

I had my assistant
pick up a dress and shoes.

I hope that's okay.

Are you serious?

- Is that a yes?
- Yes, that's a yes.

- Oh my...
- Let's go.

This is amazing.

All right, thanks man.

You're still pushing
your forehand a little.

Everyone's an expert
from the sidelines.

- Well, but I know.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.

You got a text from Silver.

She's still having a little trouble
accepting it's over.

Actually, it's not over.

I thought we decided
you're breaking up with her?

No, you decided.
I decided I didn't want to.

- Teddy...
- I love her, Dad.

- I'm not breaking up with her.
- Teddy, you're not thinking straight.

You gotta focus on your tennis.

I am focusing on my tennis.
I can do both, okay?


I don't know,
I thought you were different.

I thought you were gonna be
the one kid of mine

that was a success.

- Hey, is this a good time?
- Sure.

What's going on?

Well, lvy and her mom
are going to Australia this summer.

You know, just for some fun.
And they invited me so...

- Absolutely not.
- Harry?

No, Dixon doesn't deserve
a trip now.

What do you mean
he doesn't deserve a trip?

- I mean he's not going.
- Shouldn't this be a discussion?

- You know, its okay.
- No, no, it's not okay.

I happen to think the trip sounds
like a really great opportunity,

if there's parental supervision.

It's not gonna happen.

And in case you've forgotten,
I have a say in this too.

- Really, please, just forget it.
- No, we're not gonna forget it.

Your father and I
will discuss it like a couple...

And then we will get back to you.



Where are you?

Isn't this theater amazing?

Please, sit.

I can't get enough of what you do

And drowning in your eyes so blue

My clothes are stained
In your perfume

Oh, yeah

- Hey.
- Hey.

What's wrong? You okay?

Yeah, I'm fine.

Teddy, I don't think you're fine.
Come on, what's going on?

Just my dad.

He is such an ass, I swear.

Sometimes the only place I feel
like I can breath is here with you.

I mean it.

- You make me so happy, Silver.
- Me too.

You make me so happy too.

- I thought you wanted to wait?
- I did.

Now, I'm ready.

Oh, it just feels so right.

Can you believe, Jen?

She sent my Mercedes back and
is making me drive that hunk of junk.

Lot of smoke coming from the exhaust.
I'll take a look at it.

I'm poor, Liam.
What is there to live for?

I have to get my money back.
I have to.

- I think Jay Boyd is the key.
- Who's he?

That's the problem, I don't know.

There's, like, a dozen Jay Boyds.
I have to find the right one.

The one that made Jen
all jittery and suspicious.

Or you could just wait until you turn 18
when you get it back anyway.

Are you insane?
I can't live like a pauper for six moths.

Come on,
you're not exactly a pauper.

I can't shop. I can't spa.

I might as well eat fast food
out of a trash can.

Naomi, come on.

Oh, my God, I cannot believe
you're being so unsympathetic.

I need your support.
I need you to be here for me.

You have got to be kidding me?

All I am is there for you.

In fact, if anyone
hasn't been here it's you.

What are you talking about?

The fact that you have no idea

what's going on in my life
for the last month.


So for you to say that I'm not there...

Whatever, Naomi.

Hey, you ready for bangers and mash?

That's Australian for sausage
and hash browns.

You better get used to the lingo

because if you can come up
with the money for a ticket

you are going.

- To Australia?
- You got it, mate.

So you gonna talk like
that until I leave?

I'll give it a fair go.

Yeah. Thanks, Mom.

- You're welcome.
- Yes.

why is everybody staring at me?

Oh, I don't know.

Could have something to do
with the limo

that pulled up at school yesterday...

Which brings me to my next question.

Would you be open to doing
an interview with the Blaze

about what's it like recording
with Javier?

Lila was gonna ask you to do the story,
but she's laying low on all things Blaze

since the break up with Navid.

Wait, Navid and Lila broke up?

- Yeah.
- When?

I don't know, like, a week ago.

- Why wouldn't he tell me that?
- Why would he tell you that?

No, you're right.
I guess there's no reason to, I just...

Okay, what's going on?
Do you like Navid, again?

It doesn't even matter.
No, it doesn't matter.

Navid and Lila
have been broken up for over a week.

And if he liked me
he would have told me.


Well, well, well.

If it isn't Mr. Hollywood Sign?

Hey, welcome back, really.
We've all missed you.

Well, not me,
but I'm sure some junkies missed you.

What, did they put a straight jacket
on your tongue in the nut house or...?

He is crazy.

I wouldn't be surprised
if he killed his uncle.

What is wrong with you?
You're pathetic.

You two belong together.

- You didn't have to do that.
- I did.

Jasper, all of this,
everything that's happened,

I mean, it all started with me
and your uncle.

- Annie, it's not your fault.
- It is.

- If I hadn't...
- It's okay.

- How can you say that?
- You forgave me and I forgive you.

I forgive you.

- Mr. Montgomery, hi.
- Spence, please.

Spence, okay.

You looking for Teddy
because he's not here right now, but...

No, actually I'm here to talk to you.

Oh, okay. Well, come on in.

Would you like something
to drink or to eat?

- I don't actually think I have anything.
- I'm fine, thanks.

I'd like to ask you a question.

How long have you been going out
with my son?


It's a couple months, I guess.

You know how long
he's been playing tennis?

Since he was 4.

- Wow, that's a long time.
- Long time.

Now he's got this one chance
to go pro. One chance.

Do you wanna be the one
that ruins that for him?


Yeah, your relationship
is starting to get in the way.

He's losing focus.

So tell me something, how much is it
gonna cost to get you to walk away?

- What?
- A hundred thousand dollars.

- A hundred and fifty?
- No, no, I think...

I think you should leave. Please.

If you love my son,
don't get in the way of his dream.



- Looks good.
- Thanks.

Look, Liam, you were right.

I've been entirely too wrapped up
in my own life.

But I wanna be here for you. I do.

I screwed up.

But I'm here now.

And I promise
it will not happen again.

Come on.

Tell me what's going on.

My dad came back.

What? I thought he was in...

He got out, early parole.

He just showed up here talking
about how he wanted a relationship.

He did? What happened?

He took off.

- I'm sorry, Liam.
- Whatever, I'm fine.

I know you're fine.

I can't believe I wasn't there for you.

- It's okay.
- It's not okay.

But like I said it won't happen again.
You can trust me.

Poor people tend to be honorable.

you gotta stop torturing yourself.

"Romantic night for...


Javianna, really?

- Hey.
- Hi.

- What's up?
- Nothing.

I was just looking for Silver.

- Oh, she's not here.
- Oh, okay.

- Thanks.
- Yeah.

- So I hear you and Lila broke up.
- Oh, yep.

Yeah, that we did. No, but it's cool.

You know I'm glad to be free.

You know me,
I'm not one to be tied down.

So how about you, Javianna?

- My God, you saw that?
- No, I didn't.

Oh, no, I did,
because Dixon showed it to me.

So yeah, I did see it indirectly.

Let me just say
that I'm really happy for you, Ade.

I mean, Javier...

he seems like such a terrific guy.

Talented, handsome.

Well, he seems like one of those guys
with the washboard abs.

Am I right?

- Yeah, I guess so.
- Dude, I knew it.

You go, girl.

Tomorrow is my first solo show.
So in case you wanna come?


Yeah, I'll run it
through the, el calendario.

Okay. Bye.

What the hell is wrong with you?

- I let on that I had too many feelings?
- No, not at all.

You just let on that you have feelings
for Javier and his washboard abs.

Dude, she just...
She doesn't like me, all right?

But see, how can I compete
with a guy like that?

I can't serenade her
in some fancy theater.

My rabbi made me lip sync
the Torah portion at my bar mitzvah.

All right look, I'm sorry.

But you have something
that Javier can't sing about, man.

You have a history with Adrianna.

Dude, you guys were in love, man.

So tap into that.

And make your play already.




Match point.

Let's go, let's go.

- One seventy-five.
- Dude, I can't go any lower that 200.

Look, man, this represents two years
of my life carefully cultivated.

All right,
I got a playlist for every occasion.

And I'm throwing in my dock, dude.
Come on.

"Annie's sweet 16 party mix."

- Yeah, that was me.
- Yeah, what the hell?

- Thank you, man.
- Yeah.

- Hey.
- Hey.

- What was that all about?
- Making money, baby.

Six hundred dollars in a day
to be exact.

- Why are you selling all your stuff?
- For our trip to Australia.

My parents said if I could come up
with the money for the ticket I can go.

- So I'm coming up with the money.
- By selling all your stuff?

Look, honestly this trip to Australia

is the only thing
I'm focusing on right now.

I mean with everything
going on with my parents,

going on this trip
and spending my summer with you

means everything to me.

I'm so sorry.

I just lost my number one ranking.

Which means I just screwed up
my draw at nationals,

which means I just threw away
everything I've been working for

for the past three years.

I shouldn't have lost.
I've already beaten that kid twice.

- Maybe he got better.
- No.

I shouldn't have stayed up
so late last night.

I should have gone to bed.


This isn't working.

Our relationship...

It's too much for me
and it's gotten too serious.

It's not what I wanted.

I've been thinking
about this for a while

and I just wanted to wait
until after your match.

- I'm sorry.
- No.

Silver, wait.

You're gonna knock them dead,
you know?

Thank you.

Stop kissing her or I might take
a picture and send it to Perez.

- Okay.
- On that note, I should probably go.

You're not staying
for Ade's first real gig?

Javier has to go to New York.
He has a gig tomorrow.

- Good luck.
- Thank you.

- It's a full house out there.
- Really?

- Yes.
- So...

- Did Navid come?
- I didn't see him actually.

Oh, no, Navid again? Really?

No, there is no Navid again.
I mean, he's moved on, and so have I.


- What took you so long?
- I had to pick this up.

Listen, Navid,

look, I like you, but me and lvy,
we kind of got a good thing...

Just shut up. It's for Ade, okay?

Making my play, bro.
Like you said, we have history.

I just need to remind her
that no one else knows her like I do.

So here's the 11 and the six

because we first kissed
on 6th of November.

And here's her favorite flower,
a little tulip.

And favorite food, a little hamburger
with tiny, tiny pickles on it.


Just do me a favor.

When you actually give it to her
lose the baby voice.

But I'm not gonna give it to her.

I'm gonna put it in her dressing room

while she's performing
with a note on it that says:

"Meet me on the roof."

Why the roof?

Ade's favorite is An Affair to
Remember, and there's this

super romantic scene,
they're to meet

on the roof
of the Empire State Building.

Now, how cute is this?
A little mini Empire State Building.

Dude, the voice.

Yeah, yeah, whatever.
Wish me luck, bro.


I think I like you too much
Because I can't see straight

And I don't think
About anything else

No, I haven't been drinking

But this feels like an addiction

And I know I got the symptoms

I'm in love, love, love

Now the whole world is spinning

And I'm stuck with blurry vision

Yeah, I wish I'd been drinking

- Hey you.
- Hey.

- What's wrong?
- All right, look.

Dixon, I've just...

I really don't think you should be selling
all your stuff to come to Australia.

I just think it's a little extreme.
Don't you think?

I mean how else
am I gonna get the money?

We're not all rich, you know?

And what do you mean by that?

Are you, like, implying
that I'm spoiled or something?

- No, no, that's not what I meant.
- Exactly what it sounded like, Dixon.

I mean, what, I'm sorry
that my mom has money.

- And I'm sorry, my parents don't.
- You see?

This is kind of exactly
why you shouldn't be selling your stuff.

I'm sorry. What?

What do you mean what?
Dixon look at us, we're fighting.

Because you're being all judgmental.

Okay, so all of a sudden
I'm judgmental?

If that's what you think then you really
shouldn't be coming to Australia at all.

Fine, then maybe
we shouldn't be dating at all.


Okay, so for the visual part
of the presentation

I thought we could use
some visual aids.

I mean obviously
we'll use a portrait,

but maybe we could actually take one
of Vivaldi's scores

and blow it up really big.


Look, I don't know
if this is my place or not,

but I saw you with Jasper
the other day.

- Annie, the guy is a psycho.
- No, he's not.

He just... He snapped.

But everything is okay now, all right?
He apologized to me.

- You can't really be serious?
- Please, let's not talk about Jasper.

I know what I'm doing.

Will you pull up the written part on my
laptop while I look through the notes?

Yeah, sure. What'd you call it?

Vivaldi, I think.

Well, here's an untitled document.

What just happened?


Look, I don't feel
like doing work anymore, okay?

Okay. It's fine.

I'll just get out of here.

Having fun?

Not really. No.

Me and lvy just got into a fight
and I think we broke up.

Seems to be
a lot of that going around.

Me and Teddy,
we kind of broke up too.


- Sorry.
- It sucks.

Yeah, it really sucks.

Hey, Dixon, my man.

Your music library
is freaking awesome, dude,

and I'm not just saying that
because I'm drunk.

- Well, good to know, man.
- But I am.

I'm seriously wasted.

You guys want some vodka?

Sure. Why not?

- Okay.
- Mademoiselle?


- Cheers.
- Cheers.

Hey, what are you doing out here?

I don't know.

Okay, what's wrong, hon?

I broke up with Dixon.

What? Why?

Last I heard
he was coming away with us.

I know, but you know
then he started selling all his stuff

to pay for his ticket and...



I don't know, it suddenly became
like the biggest thing in his life.

That's all he could talk about.
And what if we get to Australia

and, you know,
we don't even get along?

Well, then we'll just have to drive him
to the outback and ditch him.

It's not funny.

Or we could take him to the airport.

- You freaked out, huh?
- I totally freaked out.

I get why you freaked out,
but, lvy, sweetie,

instead of picking a fight, you know,
maybe you could have talked to Dixon

about how you were feeling?

You sure the bathroom is this way?

- Yeah, yeah, for sure.
- No clue?

Not a one. Not a one.

Oh, wait.

Here it is. Ladies first.

Dixon, one question.

What is it about this place
that says ladies' room to you?


It's a broom closet.

You sent me to go to the bathroom
in a broom closet?

Okay, guilty as charged.

Wait, wait, can I say one thing before
we leave our broom closet forever?


Ivy's an idiot
for breaking up with you.

Because you, you Dixon Wilson,
you are a great guy.


- But thank you.
- Yeah.

And I mean I have to say it too.
Teddy is a complete idiot.

Because you, Miss Erin Silver...

- You are a great girl.
- Thank you.

No problem. No problem.

- Look, listen...
- No, this was totally a mistake.

- Total mistake.
- Yeah...

We're both drunk.

- Yeah, totally drunk and totally idiotic.
- Totally idiotic.

- So it never...
- Nothing.

- Never happened.
- Never happened.

- Okay, then.
- Yeah, ladies first.

Hey, Dixon,
can I talk to you for a sec?

I'll see you later.

- Sure.
- Okay, look, I messed up.

Okay, I know, I just...

I don't even know.

I guess I'm kind of this, you know,
no-strings-attached kind of girl.

And some how in my mind Australia
just kind of became like this marriage.

No offense or anything,
but to me it was just a trip.

Chance to get away for a summer
with a cool girl

and maybe see a kangaroo
or something.

I don't know, I just freaked out.

But I do really want you to come
if you still want to.

Want you to stick to me

Like glue to prove my love for you

I want you to stick to me

Like glue to prove my love for you

Good job.

- Hey, you looked great out there.
- Thank you.


What are you still doing here?

I thought you had to catch a plane
to New York?

One of the perks of private planes.

I stayed for the first song
and I couldn't leave.

- Oh, stop it.
- No really.

Which got me thinking,

how'd you like to come to New York
and perform our duet on stage?

You're kidding, right?

No, there's a car outside,
but we'd have to leave now.

- Now, as in "now" now?
- As in five minutes ago now.

What about my stuff?

My assistant will pack, and
make sure everything is in the hotel

and anything else you'll need
we'll just buy in New York.

- You in?
- Yeah, I'm in.

- I'm totally in.
- Let's go.

We're off to New York.
Come out and see us there.

Hey, Dixon.

- Hey.
- What's up, Dad?

How could you even ask
if you could go to Australia?

What were you thinking?

Well, look, I thought it would be
a great opportunity and...

- Mom told me that you talked about...
- Yeah, we did.

She said you could go because
she doesn't know what happened.

She doesn't know about the gambling,
about the breaking into school.

Well, then maybe
you should tell me about it.

- How's the surfing going?
- How's it going?

Yeah, I mean have you learned
any new tricks recently?

I mean, I don't really do tricks.

What's all this interest in surfing?

Potential housekeeper.
I'll call her back after lunch.

What do you mean?
We have Rosa.

Why would we need another?

Oh, we had to let Rosa go.

What? Why?

She stole some coins
from Jeffrey's collection.

I don't think that could be true.

I mean it can't be.

- Hello?
- Hey, it's me.

Look, can I see you?

I really need to talk.


- Naomi?
- Yeah, listen, can we talk later?

I'm actually in bed.
I think I have the flu.

Are you okay?
Do you need anything?

Just rest. I'll call you back, okay?

All right.

Up yours loser.

- Hey.
- Hey.

Listen, I'm really sorry that I butted in
to your business last night.

No. No, I'm sorry I overreacted.

I was just in a bad mood.

No, it's fine. It happens.

I could really use your advice.

- Can we meet in the park?
- Of course.


What are you doing here?

More to the point,
what are you doing here?

Oh, so you must be Jay Boyd.

Are you having an affair
with my sister?

God, no.

No offense, sweetie.

this is my new assistant Leo.

Well, who is Jay Boyd then?

Why'd you act like you were hiding
something when he called?

Jennifer Clark,
Dr. Boyd will see you now.

Okay, thank you.

Because Naomi,
I was hiding something.

You got me.

Jay Boyd is my OB.


You're gonna be an auntie.