From Minnesota to Beverly Hills, teenage twins Brenda and Brandon Walsh experience major culture shock as they adapt to the glitzy Californian life. Thrown into one of the best high schools in town, the two rub shoulders with the children of the rich and famous. There's Kelly, a material girl whose single mom can best be described as an alcoholic cougar, and Steve, a valid horndog whose life is shattered when he learns the truth about his family on his eighteenth birthday. Then, there's Donna who loves drama and glamour and Dylan who lets his heart shine past his bad-boy exterior. Then, there's the less snobby kids on the margin, like Andrea, the clever "geographically undesirable" school paper editor who buses herself across town to get the best education, and David, a geeky and girl-crazy freshman who tries to elevate himself in the eyes of the more popular freshmen. Out of their element, the twins must slowly adjust to their new setting, including its wild and crazy rich kids. Broaching a new life lesson per episode, BEVERLY HILLS, 90210 is a great guilty pleasure worth the watch at least once. For anyone who can handle the cheesy nineties appeal of high school melodrama, I'd recommend it.
I really like Beverly Hills 90210 because is interesting and funny. The weird thing is that I'm a 21th century kid. I've seen all the seasons 5. They are all great but the best are 1,2,3,4 and when i will watch the 5th season i will compare it too.
This is the 90's generation of Acid Flashback to the clothes, the hair, the language, the makeup....augh.....
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