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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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David inherits a large sum from his grandfather; Steve learns Valerie's secret; Brandon and Tracy debate politics on a TV show.
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The gang sponsors a Halloween party for children at the Peach Pit After Dark; Val gives Kenny another ultimatum; Steve searches for a Halloween date.
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Kelly changes her Valentine's plans; Val thinks Noah drugged her drink; Donna and David are in a car accident.
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Donna's grandmother dies; Kelly asks Brandon for a favor; David tells Valerie that his love song was written for Donna.
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Valerie (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) takes Brandon (Jason Priestley) to the same restaurant where Kelly and Jeff (Jennie Garth, guest star Michael Reilly Burke) are dining; Donna (Tori Spelling) aids a stage mother; one of David's (Brian Austin Green) band members is involved in an accide.
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Brandon tries to win Kelly back; Carly leaves town; Valerie does community service at the center where Kelly works.
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Emma is having an affair; Noah is furious with Valerie; Carly thinks Steve is too irresponsible to take care of Zach.
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Brandon (Jason Priestley) dismisses Emma (guest star Angel Boris) from the newspaper; David (Brian Austin Green) tells Donna (Tori Spelling) about Valerie (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen); Zach (guest star Myles Jeffrey) draws on some of Donna's designs after he and Carly (Hilary Swank) move.
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The gang pitches in when a fire breaks out at David and Mark's housewarming; Valerie delivers shocking news to Kenny.
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Kenny buys Valerie a place; Donna becomes rush chairwoman; Steve and his fraternity brothers pull a stunt; Kelly watches over Jimmy; guest Kerri Strug.
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Steve and Carly (Ian Ziering, Hilary Swank) try to restore Zach's (Myles Jeffrey) belief in Santa Claus; David (Brian Austin Green) tries to reunite Ben (Esteban Powell) with his family; Donna and Noah (Tori Spelling, Vincent Young) squabble about Christmas.
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Perplexed Kelly watches helplessly as Emma pursues Brandon; Steve does a comedy routine at the Peach Pit After Dark; David meets a troubled teen.
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Brandon (Jason Priestley) is persuaded by Kelly (Jennie Garth) to hire a journalist for his newspaper; Valerie (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) wants to help Noah (Vincent Young) with the club; Steve and Carly (Ian Ziering, Hilary Swank) have difficulty arranging time together.
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Sparks fly between Brandon and Kelly; Valerie tries to win Noah back; Steve awaits paternity test results.
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Brandon and Kelly (Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth) try to help Erica (guest star Johna Stewart); Donna and Noah (Tori Spelling, Vincent Young) enjoy a romantic evening; Steve (Ian Ziering) takes a paternity test; David (Brian Austin Green) can't hide his financial problems.
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Kelly and Brandon learn someone from their past is living in the streets; Donna finds David is forging her checks; a woman from Steve's past makes accusations.
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David's decision to quit school meets with disapproval; Brandon and Mark audition anchors; Kenny must choose between Valerie and his wife.
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The gang helps Nat and Joan prepare for their wedding; David moves into Mark's house; Valerie meets Kenny's wife; Kelly meets an AIDS patient.
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Trouble brews when the gang goes to a charity masquerade ball; Noah (Vincent Young) finds out the truth about Valerie and Cooper (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, guest star Christopher Orr); David (Brian Austin Green) forges Donna's (Tori Spelling) checks to pay the rent.
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Brandon is overprotective of Kelly; lyrics to the band's songs trouble David; Noah wants to surprise Valerie.
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Steve learns that his father is involved in a clothing manufacturer's sweatshops; David's financial problems escalate; Valerie steals Donna's clients.

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