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Beverly Hills, 90210: Spring Dance

Kelly becomes preoccupied with being named Spring Queen at the upcoming school dance and ends up hurting Steve when she asks Brandon to go with her instead. Steve, upset over not going with Kelly, gets drunk at the dance and lashes out at everyone. Meanwhile, Dylan books a room at the hotel in which the dance is taking place and Brenda decides to join him; and David learns a contest that wins him the first dance with the Spring Queen.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x21
Production Number: 2190021
Airdate: Thursday May 02nd, 1991

Director: Darren Star
Writer: Darren Star

Special Guest Stars
The Rave-UpsThe Rave-Ups
As Themselves

Guest Stars
Joe E. TataJoe E. Tata
As Nat Buccigio
Sharon CaseSharon Case
As Darla Dillon
Main Cast
Jason PriestleyJason Priestley
As Brandon Walsh
Shannen DohertyShannen Doherty
As Brenda Walsh
James EckhouseJames Eckhouse
As Jim Walsh
Carol PotterCarol Potter
As Cindy Walsh
Jennie GarthJennie Garth
As Kelly Taylor
Ian ZieringIan Ziering
As Steve Sanders
Brian Austin GreenBrian Austin Green
As David Silver
Tori SpellingTori Spelling
As Donna Martin
Gabrielle CarterisGabrielle Carteris
As Andrea Zuckerman
Luke PerryLuke Perry
As Dylan McKay
Douglas EmersonDouglas Emerson
As Scott Scanlon
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
The Rave-UpsShe Says (Come Around) 
The Rave-UpsSmile 
The Rave-UpsThe Best That I Can't 
The SupremesYou Can't Hurry Love 

Episode Quotes
Steve: What is the sense of confiding in someone if someday they are just going to blow you off?

Kelly: Can't you fake amnesia or something?

Dylan: We're not going to be judging each other up there. We're going to be enjoying each other.

Kelly: Brandon, I'm a spring princess. I can't exactly show up in a Melvin, or whatever your calling your car these days.

Steve: Oh, nature's doing its thing and its turning me into a total dog.

Andrea: Well I have fundamental ideological problems with teenage social rituals that basically do nothing but exacerbate fear of total insecurity and inferiority over one's appearance while frenetically exploiting and I must add, distorting, the feminine ideal.

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