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Naomi wants to get into a West Beverly High Alumni group, who are throwing an alumni event at the high school and does everything in her power to get in, such as donating a building, ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Shenae Grimes-Beech ... Annie Wilson (as Shenae Grimes)
Tristan Mack Wilds ... Dixon Wilson (as Tristan Wilds)
AnnaLynne McCord ... Naomi Clark
Jessica Stroup ... Erin Silver
Michael Steger ... Navid Shirazi
Jessica Lowndes ... Adrianna Tate-Duncan
Matt Lanter ... Liam Court
Denise Richards ... Gwen Thompson
Trevor Donovan ... Teddy Montgomery
Josh Zuckerman ... Max Miller
Carmen Electra ... Vesta
Zachary Ray Sherman ... Jasper Herman
Ryan Rottman ... Shane
Natalie Morales ... Ashley Howard
Abbie Cobb ... Emily Bradford


Naomi wants to get into a West Beverly High Alumni group, who are throwing an alumni event at the high school and does everything in her power to get in, such as donating a building, injuring her opponent in a football game, and throwing an after-party at the Playboy Mansion. Naomi also learns that Bryce double-crossed Max and had him fired so she could take over his job. Teddy returns for the alumni event and tells Silver that Shane broke up with him. Teddy and Shane decide to continue their relationship but Shane gets mad when he finds out Teddy and Silver are having a baby and tells him that they need to talk. Meanwhile, Dixon is happy when Adrianna signs with his record label until he finds the video of Adrianna kissing Taylor and she is forced to come clean about her tryst with Taylor. Adrianna's worst fears are realized when Dixon takes the news very badly and breaks up with her. But before she leaves, Dixon tells her that even though they are no longer together, he still owns ... Written by Larry B.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance








Release Date:

3 December 2012 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

CBS Television Studios See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


[after learning about Adrianna cheating on him]
Dixon Wilson: You think just because you cheated on me you'll be able to walk out of my new company? You signed a contract which gives me full control of your music. I own you.
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leopards do not change their spots that quickly
4 January 2016 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

I am not knocking this. I am a guy after all. But Naomi Clark, remorseful after learning just exactly how much hurt her prank years ago on 'Obese Reese' caused, strips naked in front of the packed auditorium for a bit of self-castigation?

Let me once again say I am not knocking this. AnnaLynne is one of my favorite Glam Actresses, and she displayed a very beautiful back...

...but Naomi? Would do that? Point is, this is the hundredth episode, and it's the hundredth I have seen, and I damn well know Naomi, and scripts should actually stay consistent when it comes to characterization, and Naomi is very conservative re sex deep down. Public displays of affection are out, like, get a room! She'd be the first to wear outrageous barely- there summer fashion, and she'd make allusions to everything sexual from bondage to what-have-you But Behind Closed Doors!

It's not as if I don't get it. The script called for remorse. Yeah. And this was well done. Yeah. But it's just so unbelievable that Naomi would go that far, considering her nature. In a past episode, previous season, she was in a bikini, getting pelted with rubbish. But a bikini is still acceptable beachwear. The Naomi I know might have landed in that situation, and many of the hilarious super- silly (and considerably showy) others, but this one, WELL, GEE, DAMMIT, NOT NAOMI, that's all I can say.

I like this sort of stuff, of course, so I ain't complaining.

Episode is further memorable for having Denise Richards in a role for which she is tailor-made and one that she is clearly enjoying (unlike some of her previous performances where she seemed like a fish out of water)

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