Unlike Avril Lavigne, 90210 stars Shenae Grimes and Jennie Garth don't mind when things get complicated.
In fact, both actresses told TV Guide that they'd embrace the chance for their characters' lives to get a bit messier.
"I would love to see Kelly — the real side of her," said Garth, who added that Kelly is a bit too perfect. "I would like to see her raising her son by herself and the comedy that comes out of that, and the heartache. There's a lot more that goes on that the audience isn't getting to see, I think."
Grimes agreed her character of Annie can handle more difficulties, too.
"I want her to have some fun," the 19-year-old actress said. "I want her to get in some trouble, I want her to have some fights and heartbreak and I want her to experience everything that a teenager should experience."
Overall, Grimes said the new 90210 is yet to deal with real life issues.
"There hasn't been that much real suffering on our show. I think suffering comes from drama or bad things that happen because of bad intentions. And usually on our show the drama that is inflicted upon people doesn't come from a negative place. I think pain does come, but there are so many loved ones around, everybody on the show to bring them up, which is hopefully the case for everybody."