Beverly Hills 90210

Smashed

Season 6, Ep 25, Aired 3/20/96
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  • Episode Description
  • Rush dumps Ryan and Austin off on Steve on the same day that he is hosting a fraternity party. He doesn't keep a close eye on the boys, and they drink everything in sight. Ryan becomes very ill and Greg (Kelly's med student date) diagnoses him with alcohol poisoning. He has to be rushed to the hospital, and his father blames Steve. Kelly invites Tara to stay with her after she finishes her stint in rehab. Tara becomes enraged when Kelly dates Greg, as she wants all of Kelly's attention. Colin's lawyer recommends that he plead guilty in exchange for a short sentence at a minimum security facility. Valerie persuades him to take the deal. Val goads Colin into attending Steve's party, but bristles when he shares a tender moment with Kelly. Donna and David videotape the party for a late-night campus program called C.U. Later.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tiffani Thiessen

    Valerie Malone (episodes 113 - 249)

  • Jennie Garth

    Kelly Marlene Taylor

  • Jason Priestley

    Brandon Walsh (episodes 1 - 247)

  • Brian Austin Green

    David Silver

  • Ian Ziering

    Steve Sanders

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  • Notes (1)

    • Music: Five O'Clock World by The Vogues

    Trivia (2)

    • After the party, Kelly joked to Greg that Steve had a knack for throwing parties that ended with the paramedics. It seems weird that she would joke about a situation like this considering her scary incident where she was trapped in a burning house during the 1994 episode Up in Flames.

    • I'm not sure if this was a goof or not. The judge in the 1994 episode "Injustice for All" ruled that Steve couldn't operate parties or raves for two years. Therefore Steve could have been violating his probation by having this fraternity party. I don't know whether or not fraternity parties were included in the probation, but if they were this party clearly happened before the two-year probation was over.

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