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David Silver (Character)
from "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990)

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"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Penultimate (#10.26)" (2000)
Donna Martin: Come here. You got to look at this.
David Silver: Yeah? What?
Donna Martin: Yeah. Right there.
David Silver: Huh. "I love Don."
Donna Martin: Yeah, some girl must have written it for her boyfriend. Isn't that romantic?
David Silver: Donna.
Donna Martin: What?
David Silver: That's what it said. It said "I love Donna."
Donna Martin: You did that?
David Silver: Yeah. You know, I could have sworn I spelled your name right.
Donna Martin: [touched] Oh... I don't know what to say.
David Silver: You don't have to say anything. You know, I'm not trying to pressure you, you know? I know it's scary. I know why.
Donna Martin: Then you're way ahead of me.
David Silver: Nah, come on. You're a romantic. You always have been. I mean, you've been dreaming about your engagement and your marriage forever, and in your mind, it's perfect, and... well, reality's a little different, you know? Especially with a guy like me. I understand it's probably hard to accept.
Donna Martin: That must have taken you all night to do.
David Silver: Yeah, but it was worth it... Don.

Dylan McKay: [On the beach digging the words "I love Donna"] In a couple of days this sorry ass is graduating.
David Silver: Congratulations. You going to invite anyone to check it out?

David Silver: I open myself up to you guys and look at what I get.
Steve Sanders: Riddicule.
Dylan McKay: Of course.

David Silver: [On the phone with Kelly] Dylan didn't want me to tell anyone this but he's graduating from college today.

David Silver: Andrea is coming.
[Let's them in the house]
Donna Martin: Oh good!
David Silver: Valerie is coming.
Donna Martin: That's sort of good. Just kidding. I'm glad she's coming.
David Silver: Brandon is not, some lame excuse about covering the war in Chechnia!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Next Fifty Years (#2.14)" (1991)
Brandon Walsh: Look, David, we're putting out this issue as a tribute to Scott.
David Silver: Why? So people can glance at it and then throw it in the garbage?
Brandon Walsh: No, so people can get some idea about who he was.
David Silver: [stands up and accidently flips on the radio booth microphone letting off audio feedback] Look, he was a jerk, okay? He was a stupid jerk who blew himself away! That's who he was! You don't know what happened. You left early. You missed out on the fun part when he picked up a loaded gun and twirled it around like he was Wyatt Earp! You weren't there to see him goof up like he always does, shoot himself, and bleed to death all over his mom's Persian rug!
Brandon Walsh: David, the microphone is on.
David Silver: I don't care! No one gave a rat's ass about Scott until he died! And I was the worst one of all! He was my best friend and I dropped him! I pushed him away because he wasn't smart... or cool like you or Kelly or Steve.
Brandon Walsh: David...
David Silver: So they're looking at me. So what? They've been looking at me for days, Brandon! "Oh, poor David, is he going to be okay? I hope he hasn't cracked up yet." I can't even walk through these halls without someone in my face trying to cheer me up like they're my new best friend! Well what about my old best friend? It doesn't matter what you write about Scott in that paper, Brandon. It doesn't matter what you say about someone once they're gone. What matters is how you treat them when they're still here.
[pause]
David Silver: I guess you can quote me on that.

David Silver: I almost lost it when they asked me to say a few words about Scott.
Donna Martin: Why?
David Silver: Because I haven't been close to him for almost a year. I wouldn't have the faintest idea what to say.

David Silver: [David is editing the tape and sees himself interviewing Scott] I've known you my whole life and I don't think you'll ever get it right.
Scott Scanlon: [Scott on the tape] Is that so?
David Silver: [David on the tape] Yeah, but you know what, I love you for it man!

David Silver: Well there is only one thing left.
[Everyone is holding sparklers]
Donna Martin: Look you guys! It's just like the Fourth of July!
David Silver: [David looks up at the sky] This one's for you Scott!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Long Goodbye (#7.26)" (1997)
Donna Martin: [after David laughs at her walk for the talent show] But I am a woman!
David Silver: Yeah, I know, please don't ever change!

Donna Martin: [Backstage at the Talent Show] That's him.
David Silver: Who?
Donna Martin: That's the guy my mother had an affair with.
David Silver: Whoa, Donna way back at the Bellaige come on that was years ago!

David Silver: [after the outburst. David notices her mom is crying] She's not making out with the guy. Look she's crying all over him.

David Silver: [Donna is still giving Felice a hard time] Donna, let her talk!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: You Better Work (#10.3)" (1999)
Pia Swanson: [answering her cell phone] Yeah? What? Where? You are so completely fired.
[hangs up]
Pia Swanson: The limo we rented for the models is stuck in traffic on the 101. With the models.
David Silver: [entering] The people from New York just got here. Should I show them to their seats?
[off the group's reaction]
David Silver: What?
Donna Martin: Does an aneurysm hurt?

David Silver: Dropping this off for Dylan McKay.
Dr. Lecksis: Uh, that won't be necessary.
David Silver: You know, you're, uh, you're shortchanging someone that could really use the chance.
Dr. Lecksis: Mister...?
David Silver: David Silver. Graduated in '97.
Dr. Lecksis: Well, alumni recommendations, Mr. Silver, should be in written, not oral, form. Besides, our classes are at capacity.
David Silver: My... my freshman year at C.U., I was, uh, I was working the graveyard shift at the radio station. I was sleeping through classes and doing stuff that I still regret. Before I know, I'm two research papers behind. So I'm thinking, you know, I'll drop the classes. And Dylan shows up at my front door with a stack of books from the library, and, uh, says...
[laughs]
David Silver: He says that, uh, he doesn't hang with quitters. And he stayed, for three days, until I finished.
Dr. Lecksis: Look, I appreciate...
David Silver: Somewhere between then and now, Dylan turned into what he hated. He's been through hell and he's going to appreciate this a lot more than the pimply-faced freshman whose parents are forcing him to come. You know, I think you get him back on track, he'd be unstoppable. Anyway, the essay's great. You should give it a read before you throw it away.

Dylan McKay: Hey. You know who called me today? That idiot Lecksis from the admissions office. He says I got in.
David Silver: Hm.
Dylan McKay: He also said some pesky kid kept stopping by on my behalf.
David Silver: Yeah? Well, don't get too misty.
Dylan McKay: If that's the way you want it.
David Silver: "I slide by because I can."
Dylan McKay: Where'd you get my essay?
David Silver: Made myself a copy; it makes a great bookmark. "I blow through people, I cheat myself, and the only outcome after four years is sitting here thinking up lies that'll persuade you to let me in. I can't, so here's the truth. College won't fix what's wrong, but it'll get me closer. I'm out of options, I'm open to anything, and I'm ready to contribute." Why don't you show us all you weren't lying?

David Silver: You want a pat on the back, call your grandma!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Something in the Air (#3.28)" (1993)
Brenda Walsh: [into the phone] That's right. At 10:00 exactly, you walk out.
Kelly Taylor: [into the phone] Listen, I'm sure you've heard about what's happening to Donna Martin...
David Silver: [into the phone] All you got to do is get up from whatever exam you're taking and walk out the door...
Steve Sanders: [into the phone] No, you don't need a note from your mother...
Andrea Zuckerman: [into the phone] Everyone's going to be doing it, and you don't want to be left there all alone.
Brandon Walsh: [into the phone] See you tomorrow, cool. Bye.

Donna Martin: Can I hide out here all day?
David Silver: What are you doing here? I didn't think you would show.
Donna Martin: My parent's made me come.
David Silver: I tried calling you all weekend but your mom wouldn't let me through.

Jackie Taylor: [talking to Mel on the phone] What were you thinking giving those kids champagne; someone out to have you arrested. You are going to go over to that girls house and apologize to her parents. Hold on David and Kelly just walked in; I'll talk to you later.
David Silver: My dad didn't mean for this to happen.
Jackie Taylor: No, David your father never means for anything to happen.

David Silver: [after finding out they have to move out of the house in 10 days] Did anyone ever tell you; you have really lousy timing?
Jackie Taylor: The story of my life.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye (#4.1)" (1993)
David Silver: I'm going to take a swim.
Brandon Walsh: Sure, ocean's right over there!

Steve Sanders: [Glass breaks] Tell me I didn't hear that!
David Silver: You didn't hear that.

Donna Martin: She said that I could live at the beach; with Kelly and we could get a two bedroom apartment; with only me and Kelly.
David Silver: So what about me?
Donna Martin: [She gives a nervous laugh and glances at David] I didn't tell her you were going to be living there.
David Silver: Donna, I don't believe you!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Parental Guidance Recommended (#3.20)" (1993)
Curtis Bray: [cheerful tone] David, lose the yutz.
David Silver: What do you mean?
Curtis Bray: What do you mean, what do I mean? Lose... the... yutz!
David Silver: Oh, you mean Steve? You want me to fire Steve?
Curtis Bray: Oh, you got other yutzes? Look, David... I like dealing with young entertainers like yourself. But your agent... a high school Danny Rose? No, no, this I don't need.
David Silver: Well, I don't think...
Curtis Bray: [rudely interrupting; angry tone] Don't think! Do! Get rid of Sanders, or no deal.
[cheerful tone again]
Curtis Bray: Well... I'm glad we had this little chat, huh? I mean, what are we if we're not true with one another? Heh, heh.

Steve Sanders: What's the problem?
David Silver: I've been trying to tell you all day. Bray wants to give me a recording deal, but... he wants to make some changes. Big changes.
Steve Sanders: Are you still worried about that? David, I told you, your music is the ticket. Whatever the catch is, say yes. If he wants to change your music, then you should argue with him about it and I'll help you any way I can.
David Silver: Steve, it's not the music that he wants to change. It's the personnel.
Steve Sanders: Huh?
David Silver: Curtis Bray will give me a recording deal... only if I let you go as my manager. He was very firm on that. He said either you go, or no deal.
Steve Sanders: Well... at least we found out sooner than later that Curtis Bray's not only a shark, but he's also a major sleazeball. It's a little setback, but it's okay. We'll find somebody else. I mean, they're not powerful or well known like Curtis Bray, but...

David Silver: Steve, I'm going to tell him yes.
Steve Sanders: [enraged tone] You're gonna tell him what? I hooked you up with this guy!
David Silver: I don't have any another choice.
Steve Sanders: Yes, you do!
David Silver: If I say no to Curtis Bray, he woun't give me any record deal. Worse still, he will not speak highly of me or recommend me to any other record producer.
Steve Sanders: So?
David Silver: SO? So, what good is it going to do any one of us if I get nowhere?
Steve Sanders: When I was shelling out bribes at the Beverly Hills Beach Club this summer just so you could get your first gig, that's when you were nowhere!
David Silver: Steve, if this thing goes anywhere, you know I'll come back for you.
Steve Sanders: Don't do me any favors! Without me there at Icon Records to look after you, Curtis Bray and his sharks are gonna eat you alive, David!
David Silver: I'm sorry. I just got to do what's right for me, that's all.
Steve Sanders: You know, I've done some pretty pathetic things in my life, but this... at least now I know I'm not the lowest of the low!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Things to Do on a Rainy Day (#2.26)" (1992)
David Silver: Guys, don't give up so easily. We've just begun to fight. We still have a plan B.
Kelly Taylor: What's plan B?
David Silver: Plan B... is to think about plan B.

Kelly Taylor: I met these guys and they wanted to know where they could get the best hamburgers after the concert. So invited them here, they are waiting outside, I'll go get them.
[She leaves the table]
David Silver: I can't believe she invited guys here to cheer you up!
Donna Martin: [Color Me Badd enters and Donna grabs David arm in shock] Oh, my God!

David Silver: [after Kelly has left him out of the introductions] Ahem!
Kelly Taylor: And David Silver.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Santa Knows (#8.14)" (1997)
David Silver: [to Ben's parents] You have two choices; you can either have a gay son or a dead son!

David Silver: [to Ben's mom] You should be not because he's gay but because he is 17 and sleeping in a car wash!

David Silver: [to Ben] A blade, Ben? A blade?


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Unnecessary Roughness (#7.16)" (1997)
Valerie Malone: [after Tom and David explain the SuperBowl idea to Val. Sarcastic] No pom-pom girls?
Tom Miller, David Silver: Pom-pom girls!
David Silver: [to Tom] I totally forgot. Do you want me to put that down?
Valerie Malone: Do I get any input here?
David Silver: Val, its a guy thing, what do you want me to say?

David Silver: [after Val shows off the new desk] Val, just one more thing.
Valerie Malone: Yeah?
David Silver: Can you get your feet off my desk?

David Silver: [Peach Pit. To Clare, Steve, and Kelly] Slan was released two weeks ago.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Commencement: Part 2 (#3.30)" (1993)
Steve Sanders: Now here is your host David Silver!
[David comes out]
David Silver: Steve, could you come here for a minute please?
[Steve grudgingly comes over]
David Silver: Now someone found something and they think it might belong to you.
[He pulls out a fake key]
David Silver: Ah, a legacy key, they say it unlocks all the doors to the boys bathrooms.
[camera shows Mrs. Teasley laughing]
Brandon Walsh: Aren't you late for detention Steve?

David Silver: [Brenda and Kelly start to leave the stage] Brenda, Kelly don't go yet, because I want you and Donna to turn back the clocks and say hello to "Hello Day."
[Monitor showS Kelly, Brenda and Donna dressed like the Supremes back up singers. Girls are blushing, David is laughing]

Kelly Taylor: [In Kelly's room] I mean look how far you have come since the 9th grade!
David Silver: I know. Everytime I think about being a Freshman; I think about Scott.
[Flashbacks of Scott Scanlon begins and David looks like he is going to cry all over again]


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Lover's Leap (#6.5)" (1995)
Shelia Silver's Doctor: When drug therapies do not work, we have to look for alternative approaches.
Mel Silver: Like what?
Shelia Silver's Doctor: Given her age, her physical health and her history, my recommondation would be a short course on of low-level electroconvulsive therapy.
David Silver: What? You mean electric shock treatments?
Shelia Silver's Doctor: It may sound barbaric, but we know a lot more about ECT then we used to, and I have to tell you that we have had some terrific results.
Mel Silver: Isn't this a little extreme?
Shelia Silver's Doctor: Actually, no. She's not coming out of this depression and her current medication is not helping in any dosage. This may help.
David Silver: Come on, Dad. You can't let them do this.
Mel Silver: David.
[to the doctor]
Mel Silver: What exactly is involved?
Shelia Silver's Doctor: First we sedate her with a heavy dose of muscle relaxants. Then, through electrodes attached to her skull, we administer brief pulses of low-voltage electrical current. No more then that would make a 100-watt lightbulb flicker for just a second.
Mel Silver: And what are the side effects?
Shelia Silver's Doctor: There maybe be some short-term memory loss. Studies show that most missing memory returns within six months. I also must tell you that there's a mortality rate: one in 20,000.
David Silver: You mean she could die?
Shelia Silver's Doctor: For someone as depressed as your mother, there's a lot greater chance that without this therapy, she will attempt suicide again... and succeed.

[standing on a cliff overlooking a freeway]
Valerie Malone: Well, this is it. If you want to end it, here's your chance. If you want to jump, go ahead. I won't stop you.
[David hesitates]
Valerie Malone: What's the matter? Scared to die... or scared to live? You know when the demons in you get too close, the ones that say I'm going to end up like my father, I come here for a gut check.
David Silver: I don't want to die.

Mel Silver: [At the hospital to David] Life goes on!
David Silver: Not for me it doesn't!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Labors of Love (#4.19)" (1994)
Howard: You know, David, I thought you had a drug problem. But I finally realize that you don't have a drug problem. You have a problem getting drugs.
David Silver: [laughs; strung-out tone] What are you talking about?
Howard: You're toasted right now, aren't you?
David Silver: Yeah, well, I got a little buzz going.
Howard: David, pick up whatever stuff you have in your booth and clean out your locker. You're finished here.
David Silver: You're firing me?
Howard: That's right.
David Silver: For doing what everybody else is doing? You're such a hypocrite. You do crystal meth, too.
Howard: Okay... I use the stuff sometimes, too. So what? I'm not perfect. But look at you, man. You're hooked. You're out of control. You're no good to anyone.
David Silver: All right, fine! Whatever. This place sucks anyway. You're never going to find anyone as talented as I am to stay up all night.
Howard: Well, I'm going to take my chances on that.

David Silver: Wake up and smell the mochachino, man!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Beheading St. Valentine (#9.15)" (1999)
Donna Martin: You want me to pretend I'm your girlfriend?
David Silver: Yeah, emphasis on pretend.

David Silver: Here's what I like about holidays. They remind us of the way we should act every day of the year but don't.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Wild Horses (#3.14)" (1992)
Nikki Witt: [after hearing her ex's band is playing] I don't believe it!
David Silver: [to Brandon] I think she used to date the keyboard player!

Donna Martin: [after lecturing Brenda and Kelly] Now I'm finished.
Donna Martin: [to David] Are you finished?
David Silver: Yeah I'm finished.
Donna Martin: Let's go.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Phantom Menace (#10.1)" (1999)
David Silver: [Towards the end] Well look who decided to show!

Steve Sanders: She loves me.
David Silver: Wow! Sometimes I don't get you at all.


"Melrose Place: Pilot (#1.1)" (1992)
David Silver: Kelly, it's a red zone. You can't park here.
Kelly Taylor: Yeah, I know. You guys go ahead. I'll be back later to pick you up, okay?
Donna Martin: Why?
Kelly Taylor: Well, Jake lives around the corner. I just want to see if he's home.
Donna Martin: Kelly, don't you really think that if Jake really wanted to see you he'd call you? I mean, you left enough messages.
Kelly Taylor: Maybe something happened.
David Silver: Yeah, like he permanently lost your number.
Kelly Taylor: David, why don't you just shut up.

Kelly Taylor: Donna, you saw us at my Mom's wedding. I just don't think he'd blow me off without an explanation.
Donna Martin: Well, Dylan did warn you.
Kelly Taylor: I'm so sick of hearing people say, "I told you so". It is my life, okay?
Donna Martin: Fine.
Kelly Taylor: Just go.
David Silver: Just don't strand us here, okay.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Wildfire (#2.8)" (1991)
David Silver: What am I forgetting?
Kelly Taylor: That this is supposed to be fun.
David Silver: No, it's not fun until this is over!

David Silver: Hey Scott, cool it with guns ok?
Scott Scanlon: Yeah, sure.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Snowbound (#6.18)" (1996)
Valerie Malone: Aren't any of you a little disturbed by all this? I mean, didn't you get a good look that them?
Steve Sanders: Kelly and Colin?
Valerie Malone: No. The ghosts from Christmas Past. Yes, Colin and Kelly. Don't you think that this is manic behavior?
Steve Sanders: You heard what she said. Her father gave her some extra cash to blow. She's having a good time, and it seems that she and Colin are happy again. What's the big deal? I don't know about you people, but I'm feel loved.
Valerie Malone: Well, from looking at them, there were both blowing more than cash.
Clare Arnold: What? You think Colin was high again?
Valerie Malone: They both were.
Steve Sanders: Kelly? High? I don't think so.
Clare Arnold: No way. She's been all over Colin from the very beginning about this.
David Silver: That is kind of a far stretch. I don't think she'd be using after what she went through with her mother.
Steve Sanders: And that whole intervention thing with Dylan?
Valerie Malone: Oh, guys, I mean come on! All I keep hearing about is Dylan, and Kelly's mother, and David. When does anybody learn anything from the lessons of the past? From one who used to experiment with coke, as did my own father and mother, I mean trust me. These are guilt gifts. Kelly's getting high.

David Silver: [Confronting Colin at his loft] I don't care what you do but if you don't stop giving your drugs to my sister the only thing you'll find up your nose is my fist!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: A Ripe Young Age (#7.22)" (1997)
Donna Martin: [In David's car] My grandmother is thrilled to meet you.
David Silver: [laughs] That's because she is your father's mother.

Celia Martin: [about her own parents disapproving her impromtu marriage to Donna's grandfather] My daughter-in-law doesn't approve of you; does she David?
David Silver: [Looks at Donna and then back at her grandma] No, she doesn't.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: A Night to Remember (#3.27)" (1993)
Steve Sanders: Well, no nookie for you tonight hey Silver?
David Silver: I'm never gonna get any.

Donna Martin: I bet my dear mom was up there being head warden. She's been trying to get something like this passed for years!
Steve Sanders: What's with your mother Donna, does she have a wild bug in her ear?
Donna Martin: It's more than a bug, she wants to run for mayor!
David Silver: God help us all!
Donna Martin: Hey, this is my mom we are talking about!
David Silver: [Corrects himself] To know her is to love her!
Donna Martin: Thank you.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Ode to Joy (#10.27)" (2000)
[David's wedding vows]
David Silver: When was it we fell in love? When were eighteen? Sixteen? Maybe ten? I don't know, 'cause the truth is, I can't picture a time when I wasn't in love with you. I always knew you were the one who could look into my eyes and see my soul. I don't question your commitment to us. And I know there's nothing we can't work through. And I accept you as my partner and as my best friend above others. It's a miracle to find the kind of peace and happiness that you've given me. And in honor of that miracle, I pledge before our family and friends to love and cherish you forever.

Steve Sanders: It is entitled, "Ode to Silver." In fair Beverly Hills a boy did reign, Davy Silver was his name. From far and wide the girls did speak for they heard of Davy's bedroom deeds.
[Hands it off to Dylan]
Dylan McKay: Donna Martin, with the golden hair was the first into our David's lair. Virgins we the couple swore until a girl named Ariel blew David's door.
[Hands it to Noah]
Noah Hunter: Clare was next and then some fox named Malone. Sophie and David took it all the way home. Yeah alright.
[Hands it to Muntz]
Morton Muntz: Denise was fun and Carol too!
[looks at David for the last part and waves the paper at him]
Morton Muntz: Claudia couldn't get her green card and that made poor David weep.
[Hands it back to Steve]
Steve Sanders: Don't forget Katie, the sex addict she. Robyn who hated his radio personality. Marta the artist, wasn't she fun? And Gina Kincaid, Oh number one!
Dylan McKay: I'll second that!
[Noah laughs and smiles]
Steve Sanders: One stop was left. Her name was Camille. We thought it might last but come on guys, get real. There's only one dame, her name's Donna. She's fine, my God Silver, it's about time!
[Nat and Mel clap. He gives the copy to David]
David Silver: I'll burn that. Thank you.
Steve Sanders: It's okay I have an original that I framed and you can hang it up.
[David pretends to rip the poem]


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Morning After (#9.1)" (1998)
Valerie Malone: He fired you?
David Silver: Not right away. I had to tell him how great I was first.
Valerie Malone: Wow. I'm really sorry. But you did the right thing by standing up to him.
David Silver: No, I did what you suggested.
Valerie Malone: Well, he's an idiot for not letting you score his movie. I told you that you're better then that.
David Silver: He's an idiot that's producing movies and commercials.
Valerie Malone: Well, the important thing is that you told the truth. You're not cut out for scoring a commercial when you can think bigger.
David Silver: No, I was outright fired for speaking my mind, Val... that's the important thing.
Valerie Malone: What, you're acting like this is my fault?
David Silver: No, you gave me bad and selfish advice. It was my fault for listening to it.

David Silver: Well, let's see... your dedication to telling the truth has cost me my job, and insult, annoy and generally piss off Kelly, Nat, and Steve. Nice.
Valerie Malone: Did you prefer it when I used to lie?
David Silver: No.
Valerie Malone: Then how come you get all angry with me when I tell the truth?
David Silver: Because Val, you're using the truth like you use lies. To push people away. Instead of opening yourself up with honesty, you club people over the head with it.
Valerie Malone: Well, all people in this world get what they deserve.
David Silver: Everyone except you.
Valerie Malone: Especially me.
David Silver: What'd you ever do that was so horrible?
Valerie Malone: You have no idea.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: A Presumption of Innocence (#3.11)" (1992)
David Silver: How did I let myself get talked into this?
Donna Martin: Because Sue is Scott's sister and he would have wanted you to look after her.

Donna Martin: Mrs. Scanlon seemed thrilled to hear from you.
David Silver: Anytime Mrs. Scanlon sounds thrilled you know it's a bad sign!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Hello Life, Goodbye Beverly Hills (#5.30)" (1995)
Andrea Zuckerman-Vasquez: Gil Meyers, what are you doing here?
David Silver: Andrea, he works here!

Andrea Zuckerman-Vasquez: [In the Peach Pit for one more tearful goodbye with the gang] You better be nice to me. I got something in that diaper bag that you really need!
David Silver: Oh, Steve she left you a dirty diaper!
Steve Sanders: My paper, I took to heart what you said and wrote my own last night.
Andrea Zuckerman-Vasquez: You don't want it?
Steve Sanders: I'll still take it!
[Jesse gives him the paper]


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Duke's Bad Boy (#3.23)" (1993)
[David has just been fired from Icon Records]
Serge Menkin: David... wait. Don't feel too bad. We tried. That's show biz. You win some, you lose some.
David Silver: No, this has nothing to do with show biz. This has to do with you making me record that lame tune, and then lying to Bray by claiming that it was all my idea just to save your own hide!
Serge Menkin: David, I'm a recording manager. I've been doing this for over 10 years. I know what you're going through for...
David Silver: [cutting him off] No, you're not a recording manager at all. You're just an over-the-hill hack with no taste in music trying to hold onto a lousy job. Well, I don't need you... or Icon Records!

Donna Martin: So? How did the meeting with Curis Bray go?
David Silver: Down the tubes.
Donna Martin: Down the tubes?
David Silver: They dumped me. I'm fired. Finnished from Icon records.
Donna Martin: What? Why?
David Silver: Bray hated the song!
Steve Sanders: We all hated the song!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Baby, You Can Drive My Car (#10.8)" (1999)
David Silver: Your mom is the one breaking up the family.
Kelly Taylor: Because she is sick of him eyeing every sales girl, every waitress.

David Silver: [arriving at Janet and Steve's wedding altar] Please tell me this is the end of the road.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Fundamental Things Apply (#8.30)" (1998)
Nat Bussichio: [to David at the Peach Pit] Who you calling?
David Silver: Radio stations, see if I can't make them lose a couple of customers.

David Silver: [to Valerie] Why doesn't your attitude surprise me?


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Squash It (#5.27)" (1995)
David Silver: Willie, why didn't you tell me you had a musician in the family?
Willie: [sarcastically] Oh is that what he is?

David Silver: [after Juwan tells him to squash it] Please accept my apology for everything I've done or will do in the future.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Withdrawal (#9.13)" (1999)
David Silver: Do you know how psyched we all were when you came back?
Dylan McKay: The feeling was mutual.

David Silver: Gina, he's an addict. He would've gotten high no matter what you did!
Gina Kincaid: I helped him.
David Silver: What?


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Speechless (#6.6)" (1995)
David Silver: They're shooting a skin flick here!

David Silver: A porno!
Ray Pruit: For real? They're gonna shoot it here!
David Silver: And Brandon okayed this?
Steve Sanders: I haven't exactly told him about that part yet.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Commencement: Part 1 (#3.29)" (1993)
Brandon Walsh: [Brandon sees David] Feeling stressed out David?
David Silver: Who me? I love taking six finals in three days.
[pauses, panic on his face]
David Silver: What's my name again?
Brandon Walsh: Just be glad it isn't Steve Sanders.

Donna Martin: [after making Nat an honorary member of the class of 93 and letting him leave some wills of his own] Nat, what would you leave me?
Nat Bussichio: That singing group that came in here to serenade you.
David Silver: Color Me Badd!
Brenda Walsh: What about me Nat?
Nat Bussichio: Oh that one is easy,
[winks]
Nat Bussichio: Laverne!
[Brenda blushes]
David Silver: Wait a minute, who's Laverne?
Steve Sanders: She's that crazy chick who used to work for Nat!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Love Is Blind (#10.24)" (2000)
David Silver: Her first exposure to violence on TV, this is a proud moment.

David Silver: You always said you had a great time at Christmas here, so we thought we'd give you one last one!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Ever Heard the One About the Exploding Father? (#10.20)" (2000)
David Silver: We can e-mail each other.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Reunion (#8.27)" (1998)
David Silver: Has it occurred to you that my lack of success may be humiliating.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Intervention (#5.9)" (1994)
Brandon Walsh: Look, Dylan, you might have given up on yourself, but I'm here for a very selfish reason. You saved my life once. Three years ago we went on a camping trip, we were up on a mountain the morning after a rainstorm, I slipped on some rocks and you saved me from falling off the cliff. Do you remember?
Dylan McKay: Yeah, I remember. So what?
Brandon Walsh: So, when I see you getting all boozed up and all geezed out on coke or whatever you're killing yourself with, I can't help thinking... what's gonna happen next time if you're not there?
Dylan McKay: You fall off the mountain. I'm not in the saviory business anymore, Brandon.
David Silver: Well, I can't agree with you on that one, Dylan. Did you forget about the little incident that happened in the beach apartment a few months ago? I called on you for help. I was wasted on meth, the cops were banging on the door... you saved me from going to jail.
Andrea Zuckerman: Look, David buried his friend Scott in high school. Brandon just buried his friend Josh a short while ago. We don't want to bury you, Dylan.
Dylan McKay: So put your shovels away, 'cause nobody's dying here, all right? I'm fine.
Brandon Walsh: You're not fine.
Dylan McKay: I'm fine!
Brandon Walsh: Stop lying to us, and stop lying to yourself. People who play with guns and get high are not fine!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Nature of Nurture (#8.24)" (1998)
David Silver: I thought we were past this. Let's not make a scene.
Valerie Malone: Fine. The part about me being strong, I get that on my own.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Class of Beverly Hills (#1.0)" (1990)
David Silver: Hey Scott.
Scott Scanlon: I can't find my locker. Number 1533. This place is huge, like five times as big as junior high!
David Silver: I know, the steps are even bigger. And the babes are outrageous.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Ticket to Ride (#6.29)" (1996)
Joe Bradley: Yo Silver, Think fast!
[Throws Silver his notes from last semester]
Joe Bradley: Thanks for the loan. Do you think he is going to hand out the same exam as last semester?
David Silver: The guy wears the same tie everyday; you tell me.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: A Song for My Mother (#5.26)" (1995)
David Silver: [after hearing his father tell him about his mother being Manic and the highs and lows that she had since] Why didn't she tell me?
Mel Silver: Because, your mother never wanted you to know. She didn't want me to tell you either.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: All This and Mary Too (#6.22)" (1996)
David Silver: Is the coast clear or are there a few more Mary's you want to introduce to me?
Clare Arnold: Sorry, I just wanted you to have fun this weekend.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Scared Very Straight (#4.20)" (1994)
[Dylan looks inside a duffle bag containing several bags of drugs and various pills]
Dylan McKay: Oh my... David, this is a lot of weight, man. We got to do something right now.
David Silver: I know. I was thinking we could take it down to the beach somewhere and bury it.
Dylan McKay: It that the best you can do? What if someone's watching your house?
David Silver: You think the cops are watching? Great, now what I'm I going to do?
Dylan McKay: It's simple. Take this stuff into the bathroom and flush it down the toilet.
David Silver: What are you kidding? I can't do that.
Dylan McKay: Why can't you do that?
David Silver: Because, man, that stuff's worth a lot of money. What if Andy gets out of jail later, and he shows up here looking for it?
Dylan McKay: Tell Andy to kiss your ass!
David Silver: I can't do that, he's my friend.
Dylan McKay: He's your friend? Let me tell you a little something about your friend, David. Last night when the cops were hauling him away, I'll bet that even before they got him downtown, they told him that his best play was to give up his supplier. His lawyer probably showed up an hour later, and tells him the same thing. First offense, a little cooperation, he can skate. But guess whose name comes up in the interrogation at around midnight? That's right. Andy no doubt has made you the scapegoat to save his own hide. This morning, a judge probably signed a search warrant for this place. I'm guessing that as of now, you've got a fifteen minute time window to save your butt. Now, are you going to stand here and argue you options with me, or are you going to get in there and flush that stuff down the toilet?
David Silver: Oh, man. How'd I get myself into this?
Dylan McKay: How'd you get into it? You get off on getting high, David. I mean, you don't want to get rid of this stuff, do you? That's why you're not flushing it out of your life right now. I mean, why let all this good blow go to waste, huh? You're on the ledge, Silver. Don't jump.
David Silver: All right, man. Go flush it.
Dylan McKay: No, I'm not going to flush it. You're going to flush it. It's your deal.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Thicker Than Water (#4.17)" (1994)
Kelly Taylor: Are you doing drugs?
David Silver: What?
Kelly Taylor: You heard me!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Dealer's Choice (#9.3)" (1998)
David Silver: [Noah walks into the After Dark hungover] Big Noah the toastmaster.
Noah Hunter: Was it bad, I can't remember.
David Silver: Let's see on a scale of 1-50, 50 being the worst I'd say you were a 100. You called them the Martin's.
[Noah hangs his head]


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Things We Do for Love (#7.8)" (1996)
David Silver: [after his father tells him why he called off the legal battle] Dad?
Mel Silver: Yeah?
David Silver: Why don't we go for a spin?
[Tosses the keys to his grandfather's car to his dad]
David Silver: You drive.
[Mel smiles and gets in the car with David]


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Angels We Have Heard on High (#6.15)" (1995)
Steve Sanders: [At the park talking with Steve] It went great!
David Silver: So you in the will again?
Steve Sanders: Very funny Silver Bells.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Double Jeopardy (#5.25)" (1995)
Kelly Taylor: [after leaving the bedroom] Ok, how weird was that?
David Silver: Weird. That's one for the X-Files!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Coming Out, Getting Out, Going Out (#6.24)" (1996)
David Silver: Remember this, Val! You play with dirt, you get dirty!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Senior Poll (#3.25)" (1993)
David Silver: There she is the one and only Kelly Taylor.
[Kelly stands up]
David Silver: There she is our queen!
Kelly Taylor: Without her king!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Midlife... Now What? (#3.18)" (1993)
Dylan McKay: Silver, what's up?
David Silver: I've been up all night. Little Erin misses her mama.
Dylan McKay: What about her dada?
David Silver: He was working. Mel's theory is work the long hours make the big bucks and spoil the women in your life. Why do you think he and Kelly get along so well.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Heartbreaker (#4.18)" (1994)
David Silver: Wake up and smell the mochachino man!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Cuffs and Links (#4.24)" (1994)
Donna Martin: What do we call him?
[the new dog]
Andrea Zuckerman: We already thought of that.
David Silver: What else but Rocky II!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Christmas Comes This Time Each Year (#5.15)" (1994)
Donna Martin: [In Donna's room and she is crying hysterically] My mother gave Ray $10,000 to stop seeing me!
Clare Arnold: What?
David Silver: And he took the money?
[Donna nods and Clare is in shock]


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Spring Fever (#10.21)" (2000)
[after Donna caught David and Camille having sex in her clothing shop]
David Silver: I'm sorry for what you saw. For not having the tact to realize it would bother you.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Child Is Father to the Man (#3.22)" (1993)
Curtis Bray: What? You have some place you'd rather be?
David Silver: No. Well, sort of... You see, my friend's father he just got... huh... he died, and they are having the reception right now.
Curtis Bray: Oh David! Why didn't you say anything to us? Serge booked the space, we have people coming in...
David Silver: I know. It was just sort of a last minute death.I mean...


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Home Is Where the Tart Is (#6.1)" (1995)
Ray Pruit: [to Brandon] Don't worry, man. I have the ultimate set of tools.
David Silver: It's going to take a lot more than tools to fix up this place.
Steve Sanders: There is nothing that money can't fix.
Brandon Walsh: Your money, thank you very much.
Steve Sanders: Big deal.
Donna Martin: Look, Brandon we'll all help. We'll put everything back the way it was, okay?
Clare Arnold: Yeah, you know what my dad says. You make your bed, you gotta sleep in it.
Ginger LaMonica: Just don't sleep in it alone.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Graduation Day: Part 2 (#7.32)" (1997)
David Silver: [Enters her room and she is lying on the bed waiting] How did I get so lucky?
Donna Martin: You waited!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Pledging My Love (#7.5)" (1996)
Kerri Strug: [At the Registrar's to David after he realizes its Kerri Strug] No, I would like to wear it everywhere but that would look pretty silly.
David Silver: If I'd won a gold medal I would be so proud to wear it. I'd have it bronzed.
[Still clearly amazed that he is talking to an olympic gymnast]
Kerri Strug: [She laughs] You're funny!
David Silver: You're incredible! I hope I get to have some classes with you.
Kerri Strug: Me too!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Housewarming (#7.6)" (1996)
Steve Sanders: [David has just emerged from the bathroom] Can I get you a shot of tequilla?
David Silver: [Sarcastic] That's really funny!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The End of the World as We Know It (#9.23)" (1999)
Erin Silver: [Erin wants proof that David was cheating] The nanny cam will prove it!
David Silver: The what? When did we get that?
Erin Silver: Mom and dad are interviewing nannies.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello (#9.7)" (1998)
Steve Sanders: Dylan, Hey man
Dylan McKay: Hey buddy
Steve Sanders: Right on. Come on in, it's good to see you
Dylan McKay: How you doing brother?
Donna Martin: Oh my god
David Silver: Good. You on vacation or something?
Steve Sanders: How long you back for?
Dylan McKay: I don't know
Steve Sanders: You know you just missed Valerie
Donna Martin: How's Brenda?
Dylan McKay: Why don't you call her and ask her
Donna Martin: Were sorry were just so good to see you
Kelly Taylor: What's going on?
Dylan McKay: Happy thanksgiving Kel
David Silver: So when you get in?
Dylan McKay: I cleared customs about an hour ago, you don't look happy to see me
Kelly Taylor: I'm just um shocked. How long are you staying?
Dylan McKay: I don't know, but I'm still waiting for my hug
Steve Sanders: I've been saving this for a special occasion
David Silver: Oh and there's no more a special occasion than this very occasion
Matt Durning: Who's that guy?
Kelly Taylor: Um an old friend
David Silver: To Dylan
Steve Sanders: Back amonst the living
Dylan McKay: For the moment


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Emily (#4.13)" (1993)
David Silver: [Steve is in the Student Union wearing the dress and handing out flyers] You make the perfect Keg girl!
Steve Sanders: This is embarrassing enough without you here, so could you please just bail!
Kelly Taylor: I think he looks sexy.
Donna Martin: He is wearing my lipstick!
Steve Sanders: Enough already!
David Silver: Now I know why I didn't join a fraternity!
Dylan McKay: Must be a drag. Huh Steve... drag.
[He and David laugh and collapse on each other]
Steve Sanders: Yeah I get it! Ha! Now beat it.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: How to Be the Jerk Women Love (#9.11)" (1999)
David Silver: [to Kelly] Let's see, Sophie dumped me for a guy she only knew for a bout 24 hours, I almost get thrown in jail for statutory rape, which kind of eroded my self confidence.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Mr. Walsh Goes to Washington (#4.31)" (1994)
David Silver: [Trying to apologize after she catches him with Ariel] I really am sorry.
Donna Martin: You're sorry you just got caught! Now get out here and don't come back!
[He leaves and she cries]


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Strangers in the Night (#4.6)" (1993)
Donna Martin: Can I make one teeny suggestion?
David Silver: What's that?
Donna Martin: Brush your teeth.
David Silver: You really know how to kill a romantic moment.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Laying Pipe (#10.7)" (1999)
David Silver: [Gina comes by in a mood wanting to talk] Not if you're going to bitch about Dylan.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: You Gotta Have Heart (#5.20)" (1995)
David Silver: I can't even improvise without cue cards.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Beach Blanket Brandon (#2.1)" (1991)
[Scott is complaining of having to spend the summer with his grandparents]
David Silver: You'll have fun.
Scott Scanlon: Name one thing fun about Oklahoma.
David Silver: I'll betcha not one girl there has ever met a California stud before.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Rave On (#5.5)" (1994)
David Silver: Never trust a girl with a camera!
Griffin Stone: I'll remember that!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Doc Martin (#10.17)" (2000)
David Silver: Felice asked me to seat you here.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: I'm Married (#9.14)" (1999)
Gina Kincaid: [Gina and David are walking in town talking. Gina spots Matt with Lauren, his wife] I'm not talking about me and Dylan.
David Silver: [Sees what she is looking at] My goodness!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Brandon Leaves (#9.5)" (1998)
David Silver: Goodbye Brandon. Nine years, it's a long time for a group to hang out. High school, college, the real world. Death, drugs, depression, raging hormones, puberty... You name it, we've suffered through it all. We still are. Some people have moved away, and others have joined. It hasn't really mattered though, the reason being we know we can depend on each other. We know we always will.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Friends, Lovers and Children (#8.9)" (1997)
David Silver: I wanted you to believe in me!
Donna Martin: How by stealing from me?


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Making Amends (#8.23)" (1998)
David Silver: [to Noah] Josh isn't the one who cheated on her!


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Greek to Me (#4.4)" (1993)
Donna Martin: [At the radio station] We have been getting calls from our regulars.
David Silver: And we thank you.
Donna Martin: Yes, but we would like to hear from real listeners. So, please don't call if your name happens to be Brandon
[Call waiting light goes out]
Donna Martin: , Brenda
[another call waiting light goes]
Donna Martin: , Andrea
[the third one goes out]
Donna Martin: , Kelly
[the fourth one goes out]
Donna Martin: , and Steve
[Donna is shocked but the light goes out too]
Donna Martin: .


"Beverly Hills, 90210: The Girl from New York City (#4.2)" (1993)
David Silver: [after Donna kicks him out of her room] What did I do in a previous life to deserve this.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: And Don't Forget to Give Me Back My Black T-Shirt (#10.23)" (2000)
Camille Desmond: David what the hell is going on with you?
David Silver: You asked me my opinion and I gave it to you.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: What I Did on My Summer Vacation and Other Stories (#5.1)" (1994)
David Silver: So, you and your parents waiting for Brenda to get in?
Brandon Walsh: No, she's staying in London all year.
David Silver: Really?
Brandon Walsh: Yeah, she did so well at the Royal Academy this summer they asked her to become a full-time student.
David Silver: Man, that's great for her.
Brandon Walsh: It's very cool for her. At this rate, we may never see her again.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: Ray of Hope (#6.30)" (1996)
Ray Pruit: [In Erik's office after Erik leaves] Hi Donna.
Donna Martin: Hi Ray.
Ray Pruit: Small world huh?
David Silver: Look Ray, we all know the chances of this working are slim and none. Why don't we tell Erik we had creative differences and go home?
Ray Pruit: [Obviously hurt and reminded of where he stands with the gang] You feel that way too Donna?
Donna Martin: I don't know?
Ray Pruit: I've been giving this a lot of thought. One I loved what you guys did with the Powerman 5000 video. I thought it was amazing. Two, you guys know me and you guys know my music. The song Reckless is about who I used to be. Nobody knows that better than you Donna.


"Beverly Hills, 90210: It's a Totally Happening Life (#3.16)" (1992)
David Silver: Andrea's the first and pretty soon everyone else will be getting their acceptance letter and I will be left behind in high school.
[Andrea looks at David]


"Melrose Place: Lost & Found (#1.3)" (1992)
Steve Sanders: All I'm saying is I think you're headed for a serious heartbreak with this guy, Kelly.
David Silver: Look, I heard this thing on the love lines about guys with wounded souls who attract women who think they can heal them, only it's the women who end up wounded.
Kelly Taylor: Look, you don't understand. Jake is just going through a bad time right now.
Steve Sanders: Oh, like that guy down in the unemployment line that Jake clobbered?
Kelly Taylor: Look, he just needs me on his side, to be there for him.
David Silver: Well, I think he gets the idea. I mean, you call him five times a day, and of course, he never answers.
Kelly Taylor: David, shut up. It's none of your business.
David Silver: I'm your brother.
Kelly Taylor: Stepbrother.
David Silver: Whatever.