Who Will Teddy Kiss Next on 90210?

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He's currently making out with Ian, he'll soon be dating Marco and now reports confirm Teddy has added another man to his growing, gay dance card.

According to Michael Ausiello, 90210 has cast Alan Ritchson in the role of Tripp, Teddy's former private school roommate. The actor who has recurred as Aquaman on Smallville will show up on the season's 18th episode.

Alan Ritchson

Here's how the unexpected hook-up will go down: Teddy will run into Tripp on spring break and actually come out to his heterosexual friend. Or presumed heterosexual friend, we should say.

Upon hearing this news, Tripp will make a move and the pair will engaged in a major game of tonsil hockey. What do you think of this casting and storyline news? Sound off in our 90210 forum!

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@nellyluv12: That's really accurate. Hahaha. :p
Anyway, I'll like to see how this plays outs. I think Ian and Teddy will split in the episode coming up due to Dixon finding out about them.


so basically teddy is still a playboy but now he's a gay playboy


bad because they kind look alike.


Is he the person that Teddy was liking at first, hmm?