Something about the freshness and uniqueness of something the first time around makes it great.So, when I heard they were doing a remake of Beverly Hills 90210, I shook my head in disbelief.
Everything I learned about relationships I learned from Dylan, Brandon, Kelly, Brenda, Donna, David, Steve, Valerie, even Andrea Zuckerman. In my late teens/early 20s, I worked at a well-known large boutique in LA and was in acting class — a serious acting class. I was sort of the Kelly Taylor of my social circles. Brenda bugged.) I dated the Steve Sanders, the Dylan Mc Kay, and the Brandon Walsh, and then maybe went back for seconds with Dylan and Brandon. Well, except for that one guy that poisoned my spaghetti, who was even crazier than Emily Valentine. But there are a few guys who, although it ended badly with them, I would love to share a Mega Burger with. Just because it didn’t work the first time doesn’t mean it won’t work the second, third, or fourth time. Now, as a full-grown adult, I realize that “just kissing” is still cheating.
Only date people within your tight-knit group of dysfunctional friends. I have always been the type of gal to want to remain close with ex-boyfriends. It all seemed so innocent, and I did a lot of casual kissing both in and out of relationships. Also, I may have had less-than-better judgment during the brief period that I dated a drug dealer at age 17.
I gave the new season a chance, and couldn’t bear to keep watching.
There weren’t any ripped jeans, no baggy pants, no jean jackets, no flannels around the waist — no nostalgia at all.
Remember kids, even if you get wasted at prom, you can still have your friends rally behind you and receive your diploma.
Because, and please, chant it with me, "Donna Martin Graduates! Last, but certainly, okay, probably least, was Andrea.I think she was there to show high school girls that you can get a guy like Brandon.The phenomena that was 90210 brought us the Beverly Brood, that consisted of Brandon, Brenda, Kelly, Steve, Andrea, Dylan, David and Donna.Brandon was the "MAN-don." The guy was slick and suave with the West Beverly babes.Written by Candace Bushnell, SATC is based on a weekly column that was in The New York Observer.