Just when you thought things were calming down for Silver, think again. When she starts her recovery, she’s going to struggle with big time with [big sis] Kelly, who wants her to go to bed at a certain time and take medication and not do too much or be influenced by outside people. I just remember thinking she’s everything I thought and more. When she arrived it was like, "Donna Martin is back on the 90210 set – Aaaaaaaaaa! That was wild, but she was an old pro handling all that. Do you think you did enough in last week's episode to separate Silver from the infamous Emily? I wanted the audience to know something was very, very wrong – you know, if they couldn’t tell from the tattoo, the sex tape, the burning. It was a lot of crying and monologues – they actually cut out a lot of the rants I was supposed to deliver that were in the original script – but I was really pleased with the outcome. When someone is manic depressive, it’s a lifelong disease. She wants the support of everyone, but she’s feeling lonely and embarrassed. She and Dixon will struggle because Dixon wants a normal life with her.
When last we saw her, Silver had an emotional, near-fatal episode at Los Angeles’ Union Station -- read: She was almost hit by a train -- and Dixon realized that his crazy-in-love girlfriend was actually manic depressive. In tonight's episode, an embarrassed Silver will ship off to an all-girls school to get away from her problems. Where is Silver's head at in tonight's episode? From the preview (above) it looks like Silver may be getting help from the one and only Donna Martin, now world-famous fashion designer. Tori Spelling's return has been a long time coming. " The girls on our crew are all really young, and we all knew the importance of having Donna Martin back. I mean, she’s really got a million things going on. I know absolutely there will still be issues with it. But when the story picks back up, she’s beginning her recovery. Can she go back to West Beverly and be with her friends? From the looks of the preview, Dixon’s got his own mama drama coming up. He supports her, he loves her, but it’s hard for him to see her struggling. In the next couple of episodes, you’re going to see Ethan stepping outside of his bubble. She's trying to figure out who she is and what life means to her.
Also yesterday, Dustin spilled the beans that he’s once again a single man!
When asked if he has a lady, Dustin told , “I, being a bachelor in Hollywood, have always tried to maintain that it would be silly for me to get tied down, just silly. I am working with a lot of beautiful, talented, smart actresses all the time, so there is definitely a lot of options out there right?
Milligan appeared in the music video "Made in the USA" by Demi Lovato.
We shot a scene in a car riding around Beverly Hills, and paparazzi was everywhere. You don’t like the Emily Valentine comparison, but it’s the first one people made when Silver went nuts on Dixon. [Laughs] I really didn’t want her to seem like a crazy stalker person, but she was in a manic episode when you saw all of that, and I wanted to play her extreme. Did Jason Priestly, who directed last week’s episode, give you any advice on going all out? He wanted me to push it, to go to Silver’s extreme because that's where her head was at. Even while she's trying to get better, she hasn't found what makes her comfortable.Read more » The CW series "90210" (2008-13) found its resident heartthrob in Dustin Milligan, who played likeable jock, Ethan Ward.The Canadian actor was a post-Y2K version of the original "Beverly Hills, 90210" (FOX, 1990-2000) leading men, Jason Priestley and Luke Perry: a rebel with little cause, but with lots of heart.Navid (Michael Steger) decides he still wants to be with Ade and says they should get married.Ultimately, they break up and Adrianna gives the baby up for adoption. Annie kills someone in a hit-and-run (Season 1, "One Party Can Ruin Your Whole Summer")After having an awful prom, Annie (Shenae Grimes) gets in her car, bottle of alcohol in hand, and ends up hitting someone before driving off.