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This is one of the best shows you will ever see !! I remember the first
episode, all of the characters being sophomores in high school, just
starting to gain some identity . To me, each character is a fantastic
representation of the different situation a teenager faces in life. You've
got the girls Kelly , Brenda, Donna (the good girl) , and Andrea
(pronounced ON-dreea), and the guys Brandon (won my vote for best looking!)
Steve, nerdy David, and soon to follow cool hand Luke - Dylan . The gang is
as close as a bunch of high-schoolers are going to get, but let me tell you
why to watch . This show crosses everything - drugs, sex , abuse, you name
it . The characters bring the topics into their own hands and show how it
affects their friends, family and lives. It has actually taught me a few
lessons as well . One being that you never know your friends, and don't be
surprised by their actions . This show proves that you never really know
anyone . 90210 doesn't hold anything back, it shows emotion, and best of all
My favorite episode, well let's just say I don't have just one, because I happened to enjoy all of them, but I will narrow it down if you're looking into checking it out . One episode that you must see is the episode where Dylan's dad dies, I myself was sympathetic to the character . The next best episode was of the 97-98 season, when the gang takes a trip to Hawaii, love is in the air, and everyone for that moment is just happy, but until the end where Kelly is shot .
If you are looking for a reason to quit doing drugs and drinking, check out the episode where David is addicted to speed , or when Kelly's co-dependency leads to her addiction with cocaine. Watch the chain of episodes where Dylan is over his head in drinking . If you are looking for abuse intervention, tune into the episode where Brandon mentors a physically abused boy, or when Donna overcomes her battering boyfriend (ray). If you are looking for some good-old fun episodes , check out the early college ones, when everybody is either pledging a fraternity or a sorority .
I strongly recommend this show to anyone who is interested in a reality based show, that is not focused on just the snobs of Beverly Hills, and is always teaching a different lesson .