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One of the definitive shows of the 1990s, "90210" originally follows the lives of Brandon and Brenda Walsh, who both eventually leave the show, and their friends through high school and college into adulthood. In addition to making sideburns momentarily cool again during its run, the show deals with a steady stream of love triangles and other romantic entanglements, and occasionally touches on more serious issues as well.

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aired 314 days ago
Friends and family gather for graduation ceremonies; Kelly's father throws a graduation party featuring the band the Cardigans.
aired 314 days ago
Friends and family gather for graduation ceremonies; Kelly's father throws a graduation party featuring the band the Cardigans.
aired 314 days ago
Brandon becomes the subject of the senior roast; Steve takes his aggressions out on Brandon; Donna struggles with an exam; Valerie lies to Bill.
aired 314 days ago
Kelly (Jennie Garth) withholds information from Brandon (Jason Priestley); Steve (Ian Ziering) tries to comfort Clare (Kathleen Robinson), who still grieves for her mother; Valerie (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) manipulates David (Brian Austin Green) while plotting against Kelly.
aired 314 days ago
David and Donna spend a romantic night in New Orleans; Kelly and Valerie have the flu; Steve's mother and Clare's father end their relationship.
aired 314 days ago
Brandon (Jason Priestley) and Kelly's (Jennie Garth) reunion ignites the scheming Valerie (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen); Kelly reminisces about children's TV show host Magic Morton (Dom DeLuise); Brandon, Steve (Ian Ziering) and David (Brian Austin Green) visit an auto museum.
aired 315 days ago
Val (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) tries to convince Brandon (Jason Priestley) that he made the wrong choice with Tracy (Jill Novick); David (Brian Austin Green) and Donna's (Tori Spelling) mother get closer; Clare (Kathleen Robertson) performs in a talent show.
aired 315 days ago
Brandon's (Jason Priestley) friend (Maia Campbell) visits; David (Brian Austin Green) makes special plans for Donna (Tori Spelling); Valerie (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) helps Rob (Jason Lewis) adjust to his new fame; Clare (Kathleen Robertson) loses a term paper.
aired 315 days ago
Brandon (Jason Priestley) brings Tracy (Jill Novick) to visit his father in Hong Kong; David (Brian Austin Green) helps Donna (Tori Spelling) bring her father home; Valerie, Rob and Kelly (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Jason Lewis, Jennie Garth) attend a big spring break party.
aired 315 days ago
Brandon's parents send him two plane tickets to Hong Kong; Steve tries to protect his father's house from a storm.
aired 315 days ago
A strange boy (Sam Saletta) camps out in Kelly's (Jennie Garth) apartment; Valerie (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) meets an actor (Jason Lewis); David and Donna (Brian Austin Green, Tori Spelling) visit her grandmother; Steve (Ian Ziering) produces an infomercial.
aired 315 days ago
Steve's drug dependency grows when he switches from marijuana to heroin; Donna tries to break up with Cliff.
aired 316 days ago
An old engagement ring sparks a fight between Brandon and Tracy; Valerie confronts her mother about her father's death; Donna catches David with Chloe.
aired 316 days ago
Valerie sends her mother away; David tries to cheer depressed Donna; Chloe makes a move on David; Steve starts smoking pot.
aired 316 days ago
Donna meets danger at the television station; Tom and Kelly strike up a romance; David becomes attracted to Chloe.
aired 316 days ago
Donna discovers she is mistaken about her stalker's identity; Val warns Kelly to stay away from Tom; Brandon and Tom rough it up in a hockey game.
aired 316 days ago
Brandon and Tracy get intimate; Donna learns Garrett is out of jail; Tom and David reconcile with Peach Pit partner Valerie.
aired 316 days ago
Steve meets the legendary Phantom of CU, a student who has been living in the recesses of the campus; Kelly starts dating again; Donna becomes a weather girl.
aired 321 days ago
Valerie's old boyfriend shows up looking for a job; Donna helps out at her dad's office; Kelly dumps Mark.
aired 322 days ago
The friends exchange gifts at the Walsh house; Kelly's father springs a new relative on her; matchmakers Steve and Clare fix up their parents.
aired 323 days ago
The university brings plagiarism charges against Brandon; Donna objects when David invests in Val's club.

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