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I also disagree with what they did with Ethan. In the beginning of the series he was such a fundamental character and although he seemed to fade in thhe background towards the end, there's still so much that you can do with him. I think it was honestly a waste because like @Aries93 said, there's always potential in every character meaning they could've developed his story more.
I totally hate the character of Emily and the Emily storyline as a whole. I just don't see what the point of it is.
I think Spencer and Toby would actually be an interesting couple. But I want them to develop them more first before making things official!
I don't really like Paige's character but I think in a sense Emily could help her come to terms with her sexuality. This is something Emily experienced for herself recently so I think it would be good for her to help Paige go through something similar. However, I want a different story for Emily so maybe a relationship with Paige then the complications of Maya coming back would be good too.
I agree that they definitely changed who Silver is. I always liked how her character was different and edgy. Now, she's just like all the other teenage girls on shows like 90210. I feel like they stripped the beauty that Silver had. I do think that her and Navid should be a couple but I really don't like how they do it. I completely agree when @bubbly1114 said that they ruined the last two honest people of the show cause that's what Navid and Silver were. They were suppose to be the loyal ones in a sense and now they're just like everyone else.
I think Santana's the hottest but Quinn is the prettiest.
I'm not really a fan of her character and I don't like her at all with Puck. Therefore, I hope she leaves.
I actually think that the gay storyline of 90210 has been one of their better ones. They've been tackling it very slowly in a way that other people can probably relate to Teddy. I don't know how this will turn viewers away when it's actually a good kinf of exposure that the show is doing. Some storylines of the show may be questionable and a reason for people not to watch but Teddy's storyline isn't one of them. It also doesn't make the storyline any less substantial just because the actor is attractive. I actually think it complements his struggle more because you wouldn't expect someone like him to necessarily be that kind of person. I salue 90210 for tackling this story well.