90210 Review: Blue Balls
And... we're back to the ridiculousness, shenanigans and general nausea-inducing stupidity we've come to expect from 90210. In what could have possibly been one of the worst throw away episodes so far of the season, "Blue Ivy" had no redeeming qualities whatsoever.
Coming off a really amazing installment last Tuesday, I thought the momentum would have kept going this week - but apparently my hopes were too high.
Dixon and Adrianna were back to their high-school hijinks of keeping everybody in the dark and hiding their real agendas. Is Dixon really ready for super stardom? Or is he just buying time before Adrianna can join him on his quest to the big time?
PJ and Naomi were going at it hot and heavy until PJ eventually proposed. Is Naomi really that naive to not see what PJ really is up to? He needs to marry someone (and it doesn't matter who) in order to access his trust fund. Come on Naomi, how dumb can you be?
Raj had his funeral and while it may have seemed all solemn and genteel, something wicked this way came. What's going on with Ivy? One minute she was mourning Raj and the next she was once again wanting to be free. Get it together, girl.
Ivy seems to be at odds and ends as to what to do with Raj. Newly widowed she was facing quiet a conundrum. Does she become the happy widow or the sad lonely divorcee?
Liam and Vanessa seemed to be getting all close until she poked in Liam's business once too many times and left Liam literally carrying the bag. Getting a little too big for her britches, Vanessa managed to alienate all of Liam's friends. Good riddance to this character, right? She seemed too conniving to get very far with this bunch.
I must admit I thought more answers were going to be answered on this week's episode. What really is going to become of Dixon and his career? Will Vanessa come clean about her controlling, egomaniacal hold on Liam's career? Will Annie be successful in defrocking a priest?
Check out some of this week's 90210 quotes, add some of your own and sound off: Were you as down on this hour as I clearly was?