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Season 4 is the first post-high school season of Beverly Hills, 90210.

About

While maintaining essentially the same formula in season four that's driven the previous seasons, things definitely grow up and heat up now that the gang has started college. They're all attending school together (of course), the fictional California University. Andrea decides against Yale and Brenda makes her way back to Beverly Hills quickly after a disastrous attempt at returning "home" to Minnesota. While Brenda's return and Andrea's decision to stay in Beverly Hills seems not only inevitable, but essential, it's interesting to note that season four is the final year featuring all original cast members.

It's also the year the tone of the show most abruptly changes, making way for the much more grown up and sexier seasons to come. For these twentysomethings playing teenagers, the shift from high school to college allows them to relax a bit into their characters and really show off their acting chops. As in the years before, issues rule the storylines here and while we've got some repeat offenders (infidelity, date rape, racism, drug use), there's also plenty of fresh material that these actors clearly have fun with (anti-Semitism, pregnancy, campus scandals, and newly discovered siblings).

Starring 

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 Cast

Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
Ann Gillespie as Jackie Taylor
Wesley Allen Gullick as Willie
Matthew Laurance as Mel Silver
Jennifer Grant as Celeste Lundy
Matthew Porretta as Dan Rubin
Paul Johansson as John Sears
Joshua Beckett as Josh Richland
Cress Williams as D'Shawn Hardell
David Gail as Stuart Carson
Dina Meyer as Lucinda Nicholson
Mark D. Espinoza as Jesse Vasquez
Tracy Middendorf as Laura Kingman
Nicholas Pryor as Chancelor Arnold
Scott Paulin as Professor Randall
Kathleen Robertson as Clare Arnold
Kerrie Keane as Suzanne Steele
Noley Thornton as Erica Steele
David Hayward as Kevin Weaver

Guest Starring

Mark Kiely as Gil Meyers
Michael Cudlitz as Tony Miller
Katherine Cannon as Felice Martin
Robia LaMorte as Jill Fleming
Wendy Benson-Landes as Darla Hansen
Julie Adams as Arlene Beevis
Brooke Theiss as Leslie Sumner
Kari Wuhrer as Ariel Hunter
Peter Mark Richman as Lawrence Carson
Claudette Nevins as Vivian Carson
Angela Visser as Nina
Christine Elise as Emily Valentine
Ryan Brown as Morton Muntz
Joe Greco as Joey Bussichio
Bess Meisler as Rose Zuckerman
Bruce Solomon as Kenny Zuckerman
Nancy Fernandez as Nadine
Jed Allan as Rush Sanders
Brandon Douglas/Jack Armstrong as Mike Ryan
Jason Carter as Roy Randolph
Pierre Epstein as Eddie
Zachary Throne as Howard
Andi Chapman as Angela Rhodes

Trivia

  • Season 4 only comprised two summer episodes, as opposed to the previous two seasons having been prefaced by a summer season during hiatus.

Photos

Season 4 (BH)/Gallery

Episodes

# Title Airdate Notes
81 - 4.01 "So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye" September 8, 1993  
82 - 4.02 "The Girl From New York City" September 15, 1993  
83 - 4.03 "The Little Fish" September 22, 1993  
84 - 4.04 "Greek to Me" September 29, 1993  
85 - 4.05 "Radio Daze" October 6, 1993  
86 - 4.06 "Strangers in the Night" October 13, 1993  
87 - 4.07 "Moving Targets" October 20, 1993  
88 - 4.08 "Twenty Years Ago Today" October 27, 1993  
89 - 4.09 "Otherwise Engaged" November 3, 1993  
90 - 4.10 "And Did It... My Way" November 10, 1993  
91 - 4.11 "Take Back the Night" November 17, 1993  
92 - 4.12 "Radar Love" November 24, 1993  
93 - 4.13 "Emily" December 1, 1993  
94 - 4.14 "Windstruck" December 15, 1993  
95 - 4.15 "Somewhere in the World It's Christmas" December 22, 1993  
96 - 4.16 "Crunch Time" January 5, 1994  
97 - 4.17 "Thicker Than Water" January 12, 1994  
98 - 4.18 "Heartbreaker" January 26, 1994  
99 - 4.19 "The Labors of Love" February 2, 1994  
100 - 4.20 "Scared Very Straight" February 9, 1994  
101 - 4.21 "Addicted to Love" February 16, 1994  
102 - 4.22 "Change Partners" February 23, 1994 This is Clare Arnold's first episode.
103 - 4.23 "A Pig Is a Boy Is a Dog" March 2, 1994  
104 - 4.24 "Cuffs and Links" March 16, 1994  
105 - 4.25 "The Time Has Come Today" March 23, 1994  
106 - 4.26 "Blind Spot" April 6, 1994  
107 - 4.27 "Divas" April 20, 1994  
108 - 4.28 "Acting Out" April 27, 1994  
109 - 4.29 "Truth and Consequences" May 4, 1994  
110 - 4.30 "Vital Signs" May 11, 1994  
111 - 4.31 "Mr. Walsh Goes to Washington: Part 1" May 25, 1994  
112 - 4.32 "Mr. Walsh Goes to Washington: Part 2" May 25, 1994 This is Brenda Walsh's last appearance until 90210.

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