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Season 3 of FOX teen soap Beverly Hills, 90210 continues to plug along at a rapid and highly dramatic pace. This season, the gang tackles eating disorders, gambling addiction, birth, death, incest, infidelity, car accidents, racism, homelessness, and one whopper of a love triangle, along with, of course, the standard high school fare of college applications, SAT scores, and graduation anxiety. 90210 continues to revolve around Minnesota transplants Brandon and Brenda Walsh, though with every season the twins’ Midwestern roots seem to matter a little less.

OverviewEdit

The summer before senior year begins with Brenda and boyfriend Dylan are still deeply in love, much to the chagrin of Brenda's disapproving parents. To force a little distance, they send Brenda to Paris for the summer with Donna, herself the subject of a French modeling subplot — while halfway around the world Dylan and Kelly discover a growing mutual attraction and begin an illicit summer fling. The seniors deal with the beginning of the rest of their lives while David struggles with accepting the fact that his friends will soon leave for college while he is stuck in high school and decides to fast track in order to catch up. Also the season points more view on the other characters (apart from the twins) and shows character development on Kelly Taylor.

Cast Edit

Main CastEdit

Jason Priestley as Brandon Walsh
Shannen Doherty as Brenda Walsh
Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor
Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders
Gabrielle Carteris as Andrea Zuckerman
Luke Perry as Dylan McKay
Brian Austin Green as David Silver
Tori Spelling as Donna Martin
Carol Potter as Cindy Walsh
James Eckhouse as Jim Walsh

Recurring CharactersEdit

Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
Ann Gillespie as Jackie Taylor
James Pickens Jr. as Henry Thomas
Denise Dowse as Yvonne Teasley
Dana Barron as Nikki Witt
Matthew Laurance as Mel Silver
Michael Cudlitz  as Tony Miller
Mark Kiely as Gil Meyers
Michael Rawlins  as Jordan Bonner 

Guest StarEdit

Peter Krause as Jay Thurman
Leanna Creel as Rory 
Monica Lacy as Claire 
Josh Taylor as Jack McKay
Darrell Thomas Utley as Cameron Shaw
Meg Wittner as Ellen Shaw
Krista Errickson as Maggie
Melissa Young as Lynnette
Max Coppola as Pierre
David Sherrill as Jack Canner
Alexandra Wilson as Brooke Alexander
Dean Cain as Rick
Mark Kiely as Gil Meyers
Nicholle Tom as Sue Scanlon
Jenny O'Hara as Pam Scanlon
Cory Tyler as Herbert Little
Courtney Barilla as Amy Scanlon
Cliff Bemis as Uncle Henry
Kamala Lopez as Beth Nielsen
Chadd Nyerges as B.J. Harrison
David Lascher as Kyle Conners
Rosie O'Donnell as Herself
Paula Trickey as Dottie
David Arquette as Dennis 'Diesel' Stone
Christine Belford as Samantha Sanders
Valerie Wildman  as Christine Pettit
Melanie Smith as Alyssa Garner
Robert Costanzo as Clarence 
Bonnie Urseth as Miriam 
Thomas Wilson Brown as Joe Wardlow
Cyril O'Reilly as Frank Padilla
Seth Green as Wayne
Vidal Peterson as Adam
Billy Vera as Duke Weatherill
Pamela Bowen as Babette Lewis
Ron Harper as Mickey Garwood
Stephanie Beacham as Iris McKay
Michael Rawlins  as Jordan Bonner
Raymond O'Connor as Curtis Bray
Jennifer Grant as Celeste Lundy
Burt Reynolds as Himself
Cathy Podewell as Ginger O'Hara / Marla Crawford
Zale Kessler as J. Thomas Parnell
Katherine Cannon as Felice Martin
Cathy Dennis as Herself
Shawn Levy as Howard Banchek
Michael Durrell  as Dr. John Martin
Arthur Rosenberg as Dr. George Ephardt
Mimi Lieber as Melanie Silverman
Uncredited as Bill Taylor

Episode List: 1992-1993Edit

# Title Airdate Notes
51 - 3.01 Misery Loves Company  July 15, 1992
52 - 3.02 The Twins, the Trustee, and the Very Big Trip July 22, 1992
53 - 3.03 Too Little, Too Late/Paris 75001 July 29, 1992
54 - 3.04 Sex, Lies and Volleyball/Photo Fini August 5, 1992
55 - 3.05 Shooting Star/American in Paris August 12, 1992
56 - 3.06 Castles in the Sand August 19, 1992
57 - 3.07 A Song of Myself September 9, 1992
58 - 3.08 The Back Story September 16, 1992
59 - 3.09 Highwire September 1, 1992
60 - 3.10 Home and Away October 7, 1992
61 - 3.11 A Presumption of Innocence October 21, 1992
62 - 3.12 Destiny Rides Again November 4, 1992
63 - 3.13 Rebel with a Cause November 11, 1992
64 - 3.14 Wild Horses November 18, 1992
65 - 3.15 The Kindness of Strangers November 25, 1992
66 - 3.16 It's a Totally Happening Life December 16, 1992
67 - 3.17 The Game Is Chicken January 6, 1993
68 - 3.18 Midlife... Now What? January 13, 1993
69 - 3.19 Back in the High Life Again January 27, 1993
70 - 3.20 Parental Guidance Recommended February 3, 1993
71 - 3.21 Dead End February 10, 1993
72 - 3.22 The Child Is Father to the Man February 17, 1993
73 - 3.23 Duke's Bad Boy March 3, 1993
74 - 3.24 Perfectly Perfect March 24, 1993
75 - 3.25 Senior Poll April 7, 1993
76 - 3.26 She Came in Through the Bathroom Window April 28, 1993
77 - 3.27 A Night to Remember April 28, 1993
78 - 3.28 Something in the Air May 12, 1993
79 - 3.29 Commencement: Part 1 May 19, 1993
80 - 3.30 Commencement: Part 2 May 19, 1993


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