Episode 3 Spoilers
Next Tuesday’s hour is all about Erin Silver, the baby sis of Kelly and David. If you were into the infamous Fashion Show episode, in which Cindy Walsh saw Jackie Taylor snorting lines in the bathroom, you should set your DVR immediately. And speaking of Silver, she’s got her eye on a certain dude — I call him Dee Dub — who’s new to the Beverly Hills ‘hood. And he’s totally into her, too.
Who’s Sammy’s daddy?
Let’s assume for a minute that the “he” in question is Kelly’s 4-year-old son, Sammy. Then let’s assume that the person on the other end of the call is Sammy’s father. Then let’s assume that these two phone calls are one in same. Does that make Brandon the daddy? It would appear that way, but I doubt it’s that simple. Also, it would be ludicrous to reveal this juicy nugget in the pilot episode. Besides, Brandon is a stand-up guy; he wouldn’t shirk his fatherly duties. My money’s still on Dylan; he’s the one who always runs away.
Is Silver’s blog for real?
A stripped-down version of The Vicious Circle exists on the real-life World Wide Web! Its author (Jessica Stroup? The writers? Gossip Girl?) promises video entries in the future.It’s kind of funny, funnier than the show maybe… it’ll be interesting to see how it’s utilized going forward.
There are plans to add new recurring male characters in the not-so-distant future. Plus, we hear that one of the regulars will soon be getting a very juicy storyline. You might say it’s worthy of its own parade.
Does Harry have another kid floating around out there?
Naomi’s mother, Tracy, tells Harry that more than 20 years ago she had his son and gave it up for adoption.
It’s an interesting plot seed to sow (no pun intended) this soon in the game, particularly since Harry has become an adoptive father in the intervening years. But Tracy has crazy eyes, so I think she’s either lying about the baby or its paternity.
Is there going to be any inappropriate family interaction between the character of Dixon Wilson and his stepmother Debbie Wilson and/or stepsister Annie Wilson ?
Such an idea would be pushing things even for a debauched (though entertaining) show like Gossip Girl. On the preachier 90210, forget about it. Dixon, who’s adopted and of a different racial background, is established from the get-go as a full-fledged family member, and while I’m sure he’ll soon be getting busy at West Beverly High like any other red-blooded TV character, it’s not going to happen with another Wilson.
Rremember Mondale, Brandon Walsh’s beloved, junky car? Well, Brandon 2.0, Dixon, will have his own share of automotive woes, and not just because he drives a minivan. Think insurance scams.
from TV Guide and Kirbi