The original Beverly Hills, 90210 aired in 1990 and ran for the next ten years. The Aaron Spelling drama—which spawned several spin-off series, including Melrose Place and the modern remake, 90210—dealt with the lives and loves of a group of beautiful, wealthy and well-coifed teenagers living in America’s most expensive zip code. The show is still considered one of the best teen dramas ever and launched the careers of its young cast.
While plenty has changed about our lives and the world we live in since Beverly Hills, 90210 originally aired, the emotional life of a teenager will probably always stay the same. To that end, many of the moments that captured our hearts nearly three decades ago are still just as relevant today, whether they deal with relationships, friendships, growing up or growing apart.
Vote for your favorite moments from Beverly Hills, 90210, or the moments you think would still resonate the most with viewers today.
Season Three, Episode 19: “I hate you both, never talk to me again!” is still the correct response to finding out that your boyfriend cheated on you with your best friend.
Season Three, Episode Seven: Brandon gets the highly coveted job of editor at the school paper, and Andrea calls BS. It’s…well, it’s actually as if nothing at all has changed since then.
Season Two, Episode 13: The word “slut-shaming” wasn’t even part of the vernacular in the '90s, but this episode proved that it’s been a problem since well before it had a name.
Season Two, Episode Four: Brenda falls asleep while sunbathing and burns. As far as we know, the rules about sun damage have not changed.