Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990–2000)
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The Walsh Family moves to Beverly Hills, where the twins, Brenda and Brandon, meet new friends during their first week at West Beverly High School; Brandon falls for the most popular girl in the school while Brenda pretends to be a college student to romance a young lawyer.

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Cast

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Andrea Zuckerman
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Cindy Walsh
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Donna Martin
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Jim Walsh
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Jack Clayton
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Bel Hernandez ...
Ms. Montes De La Roca (as Bel Sandre)
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Jason Croft
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The Walsh Family just moved to Beverly Hills, 90210. School is starting at West Beverly Hills High. The Twins, Brandon (older by 30 seconds) and Brenda have problems in school when they get there they don't have friends. Until Steve, Andrea, Kelly and Donna come along and the whole gang goes to a party. Brandon is alone until he meets a normal girl named Marianne Moore. David Silver has a problem of his own. He wrecks Steve Sanders's car. The next night Kelly, Donna and Brenda tries to sneak in to a 21 years or older dance club but Brenda's the only one that gets in. Brenda meets a 25 year old attorney, Jason Croft. Brandon and Marianne have a good time at a swimming pool. The next day Brandon get flowers from Marianne in class. The whole school thinks that Brandon Walsh and Marianne Moore had sex (which they didn't). Brenda is thinking of having sex with Jason Croft (until he finds out she's 16 years old). Written by Jonathan Chun

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Drama | Romance

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4 October 1990 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The show often dealt with issues faced by Jewish Americans because that was a subject Aaron Spelling wanted to explore that for various reasons he hadn't been able to cover on his other hit shows. Two of the main characters were Jewish, Andrea Zuckerman and David Silver. Andrea was entirely Jewish and played by a Jewish actress, while David was half-Jewish (dad was, mom was not) and played by a non-Jewish actor. Another regular cast member was Jewish but played a Christian character. See more »

Goofs

When Steve's Corvette rolled backwards out of the driveway, later in the episode David said it was because he wasn't used to driving a stick. But just prior to the accident, you could clearly see it was in Neutral and was an Automatic. See more »

Quotes

Brenda Walsh: Nobody knows me here! I could be anybody. I could be somebody!
Brandon Walsh: Like what, Homecoming Queen?
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Connections

Featured in Frontline: The Merchants of Cool (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

If I Wanted
(uncredited)
by a band at the party
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Good - the first time you watch it...
21 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

I think I started to watch the show when I was 11 or 12 years old (I am now 15). I thought it was great back then. A friend and I talked about it all the time. If I hadn't seen it the day before, she would tell me every detail about it, and vice versa.

At that time I would have given it 10 - no questions asked. Now I'm more like 7. For to reasons. It became to unreal. (I mean, how many has 4-6 friends who have all been drug-addicts, and who have all been dating each other?)I also think that the actors, the screenplays and the plot in each episode became worse and worse, the longer we got towards the ending of the show.

Still it brings up happy memories when I see an episode once in a while. So happy 7 from me:)


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