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Erin Silver (Character)
from "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990)
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- Ode to Joy (2000) TV episode, Played by Mercedes Kastner
- What's in a Name (1999) TV episode, Played by Mercedes Kastner
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- The Wedding: Part 2 (1998) TV episode, Played by Mercedes Kastner
Adrianna Tate-Duncan: Why should I be grateful? I've lost everything I spent my entire life working for. All my life, all I ever wanted to be was famous. And now I've lost my contract with the record label. I've lost all my endorcement contracts. All my concert and TV appearances have been canceled. Everyone that I know has abandoned me. My whole entourage, Victor, Renee... even Laurel woun't return any of my calls or speak to me. It's so unfair.
Naomi Clark: You know, Ade, it really isn't all that unfair.
Adrianna Tate-Duncan: What?
Annie Wilson: Naomi...
Erin Silver: No, she's right. Enough already!
Adrianna Tate-Duncan: What do you mean?
Naomi Clark: No one forced you to steal a dead guy's songs and pass them off as your own.
Adrianna Tate-Duncan: What are you saying?
Erin Silver: She's saying that you did a really awful and unethical thing in passing off Javier's songs as your own just so you could sign a recording contract for yourself. You got caught and now you're paying the price.
Naomi Clark: I'm saying you had it coming.
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