Beverly Hills, 90210

Beverly Hills, 90210

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Description

The show followed the lives of a group of teenagers living in the upscale, star-studded community of Beverly Hills, California and attending the fictitious West Beverly Hills High School and, subsequently, the fictitious California University. The original premise of the show was based on the adjustment and culture shock that twins Brandon and Brenda Walsh experienced when they and their parents, Jim and Cindy moved from Wayzata, Minnesota to Beverly Hills. In addition to chronicling the friendships and romantic relationships of a group of close-knit teenagers, the show also addressed topical issues including date rape, alcoholism, domestic violence, gay rights, drug abuse, teenage suicide, AIDS, and teenage pregnancy.

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Mallrats
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This Movie refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
In the opening credits, a parody comic book cover is shown called 'New Jersey Mall 07732'

It spun-off these television series...

90210

This Television Series is a spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210
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Melrose Place

This Television Series is a spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210
Melrose Place is a spinoff of the series, Beverly Hills, 90210.
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It is referred to by these television episodes...

Raising Hope:
Season:  3  / Episode:  18 
Arbor Daze

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
Luke Perry says to Sabrina that he was hoping she would get to see his 9021O-face.

Happy Endings:
Season:  2  / Episode:  2 
Baby Steps

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
Alex tells Jane that her store is "the Peach Pit. Deal with it.", a reference to the cool hangout 'The Peach Pit' in the television series 'Beverly Hills, 90210'.

Entourage:
Season:  2  / Episode:  11 
Blue Balls Lagoon

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
Terrence tries to consol Drama, after he was fired from his movie of the week, telling him that Hillary Swank was fired from 'Beverly Hills, 90210', and Paul Giamatti was let go from 'Frasier'.

Family Guy:
Season:  1  / Episode:  2 
I Never Met the Dead Man

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
When Peter is "watching" TV through his cardboard cutout, he considers Meg's school to be "90210"

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt:
Season:  1  / Episode:  11 
Kimmy Rides a Bike!

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
At the Reverend's trial, Gretchen says that the Reverend only hs to answer to "Gosh" himself, and that online quiz to tell what 90210 character you are, adding that the Reverend is "Andrea".

Bob's Burgers:
Season:  5  / Episode:  9 
Speakeasy Rider

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
Tina tells Louise at the go-kart track, that she isn't going back to the pit, unless The Pit is a diner where cool high school kids hang out. Tina is referring to the television series 'Beverly Hills, 90210' where the high school kids would all hang out at the diner named 'The Pit'.

Entourage:
Season:  8  / Episode:  6 
The Big Bang

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
Drama asks if it is really a good idea for Eric to sign Melinda as a client, because of how Sloan will react. Drama says "It's like when they killed off Brenda Walsh from 90210, destroying any chance for a movie.".

Entourage:
Season:  3  / Episode:  8 
The Release

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
Drama is going to an audition for a television pilot created by Ed Burns. Drama tells the guys that Eddie Burns offered him a role in 'The Brothers McMullen' but he turned it down to work on '90210', playing a role that involved sexually harrassing Tori Spelling.

Family Guy:
Season:  2  / Episode:  19 
The Story on Page One

This Television Episode refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
Lois pleads with Luke Perry to drop the lawsuit against Meg. Lois calls Luke, 'Dylan', a reference to the character he played on the television series 'Beverly Hills, 90210'.

It is referred to by these television commercials...

HGTV and The Jennie Garth Project Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
Jennie Garth was an original cast member of the television series 'Beverly Hills, 90210'. The commercial announces that Jennie is "no longer in the 90210", a reference to the TV series.

NFL Commercial

This Television Commercial refers to Beverly Hills, 90210
The girls from 90210 are seen together eating ice cream.
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Old Navy Commercial

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