Beverly Hills 90210

Season 10 Episode 3

You Better Work

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Sep 22, 1999 on FOX
6.5
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Steve tells Janet that he wants to raise the baby with her. He later upsets her by expressing uncertainty. Kelly considers a career change. Matt pays Gina to help out with preparations for the boutique's re-opening. She tries to burn a prominent fashion critic's invitation, and accidentally starts a fire. She ruins Donna's new men's wear line with the fire extinguisher. Although Gina blames faulty lighting, Matt catches her with the burnt invitation. He forces her to bring the critic to the re-opening to make amends, while everyone chips in to help Donna put together new outfits. Cherise breaks up with Noah for postponing their weekend getaway and spending too much time with Donna. Steve suddenly proposes to Janet during the fashion show. She accepts, but then changes her mind because she fears they would be marrying for the wrong reasons. California University denies Dylan's application, citing his brazen essay. They refuse to give him a second chance. David pulls the revised essay out of the garbage, and is so impressed that he successfully lobbies the admissions office on Dylan's behalf.moreless

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  • Noah, attempting to make Donna jealous asks a waitress out. The gang assists Donna at putting together her mens line, which was not ready due to a fire started by Gina. Gina, at Matt's request, must attone, by inviting a critic to the show.moreless

    3.2
    Cheese fest. I hated the huddle up of the guys, to discuss their plan to help the girls by modeling. Please, how lame can we be. Gina, as portrayed by Vanessa Marcil is the bright spot in the show. It is a real pity that the writers wasted such a charasmatic person.

    Steve and Janet's subplot was sweet, and I rolled my eyes at David coming to Dylan's assistance at getting accepted to college, however it was slightly sweet, almost cavity causing, but well meaning. For some reason, seasons 9 and 10 were just too similar in plot line to other previous episodes, plus the cast just didn't seem involved or passionate about the show. I think they were all ready to move on.moreless
Jennie Garth

Jennie Garth

Kelly Marlene Taylor

Brian Austin Green

Brian Austin Green

David Silver

Ian Ziering

Ian Ziering

Steve Sanders

Lindsay Price

Lindsay Price

Janet Sosna Sanders

Daniel Cosgrove

Daniel Cosgrove

Matt Durning

Luke Perry

Luke Perry

Dylan Michael McKay

Richard Biggs

Richard Biggs

Lecksis

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Peter Gibson

Peter Gibson

Erich

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Richard Keats

Richard Keats

Christian Sutton

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Nancy Moonves

Nancy Moonves

Dr. Long

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