90210 Round Table: "There's No Place Like Homecoming"
Welcome to the 90210 Insiders Round Table!
While fans meet up in our 90210 forum to discuss their favorite characters and developments, our staff members have arrived to analyze the burning questions and memorable moments from the latest 90210 episode.
Our topics from the show's premiere include new couples, Debbie vs. Traci, Naomi's new crush and more ...
Name your favorite new couple: Adrianna/Navid; Ryan/Kimberly; or Ethan/Annie?
BrendaLova: I'm glad to see Ryan get some love. He'd have been waiting around forever for Kelly to choose between him and Dylan.
The Real McKay: Wow. I was very impressed with Navid stepping it up this episode. He even got into a little fight with Adrianna's drug dealer. They might not have kissed, but they're definitely my new favorite couple.
Wild4Wilds: Ethan and Annie! They are totally the Brenda and Dylan of the new class!
Who would win a fight between Debbie and Traci?
The Real McKay: My money is definitely on Debbie. I'm pretty sure Tabitha will be in her corner and if there's one thing I've learned, you don't mess with Tabitha.
Wild4Wilds: Men everywhere.
BrendaLova: Traci. That woman would definitely fight dirty.
Where the heck is Brenda?
Wild4Wilds: Making one last play for Dylan. Maybe it isn't too late.
BrendaLova: There must be other school plays in need of a director, right? Perhaps she's at Bayside.
The Real McKay: Good question! I think the producers are trying to ween us off our Beverly Hills Beauties. Let's be honest, it's not working. I can't go cold turkey. Bring them back or I'll be at Currents soon.
Where did Naomi learn fluent Spanish?
BrendaLova: From the pool boy, obviously. Are we supposed to believe she wasn't cheating on Ethan through the years with the family help?
The Real McKay: Apparently the Spanish program at Beverly Hills High is much better than at my school because I am impressed. Donde esta la biblioteca?
Wild4Wilds: That was Spanish?!? I thought they were speaking some sort of haughty Beverly Hills language to each other.