Prom in Beverly Hills proved no one was in Kansas anymore. Freaky acrobats, weird white & blue neon lights and a space-age lounge motif, "The Prom Before the Storm" looked like something out of "A Clockwork Orange."
And of course we knew who prom king & queen would be. Naomi and Teddy! Shows you how far these two have come in being accepted by everyone at West Bev.
Naomi did not disappoint with her self-serving speech and Teddy's one word "thanks" was classic. I especially loved the dance between Teddy and Marco. Best couple at the prom by far.
Perennially prissy school party planner Harper cracked me up. For such an anal retentive pain in the butt, she sure got her freak on. Poor Dixon. First roped into being co-chair for the prom committee by Harper then teased mercilessly by his best buddies for dancing with her. Goes to show you... no good deed goes unpunished.Silver busting in at the end of prom and telling Navid she never wanted to see him again added to all the drama. Prom may not have ended in tears and a bucket of blood, but the tension and anger was alive and kicking.
Adrianna was still heading towards Delusionville at an alarming speed. Waking up next to Navid, she capitalized on him having blacked out and unable to recall anything by telling Navid that he'd kissed her and that he'd told her he loved her. Navid freaked out at the thought that he'd cheated on Silver. Guilt-ridden, he stood by Silver's side at the hospital while Adrianna continued to instigate herself into their lives.
The doctor gave Silver the okay to go home but also let her know her blood tests showed no sign of her taking her bipolar meds. Silver insisted she'd been taking her meds and told the doctor she'd bring in the pills to prove it. You could see the panic in Adrianna's eyes.
Lickety-split Adrianna showed up at Silver's in order to take back the fake pills. Stupid Adrianna. She should have just switched them again and not have taken the whole bottle. Later on Silver couldn't find them and suspected Silver but Navid wasn't willing to believe her. He reminded her that the doctor had told her she'd still experience paranoia. Silver agreed. All I could do was shout "Listen to your gut, girl!"
But of course she didn't. Later when Navid flat out told Adrianna that he didn't love her and Adrianna exacted her revenge on him by telling Silver about Navid's supposed cheating, I couldn't believe how quickly Silver was willing to believe the wolf in sheep's clothing. Adrianna may think she's won but I see a loony bin in her future for sure.
Debbie Downer delivered the bad news to Dixon and Annie that there wasn't enough money for them to go to both Pepperdine and Carnegie Mellon.
Later, it was amazingly sweet that Dixon sacrificed his desire to go to Pepperdine and let Annie be the one to go to her dream school. For the first time, they actually seemed like a real brother and sister. And that certainly was apparent when Annie surprised Dixon and told him he'd also be able to go to his dream school since she'd sold Marla's necklace.
Annie may have lucked out with Marla leaving her entire estate to her but the introduction of Marla's daughter does not bode well. Trust me, that's not the last time we'll see Marla's lawyer chatting with Annie.
Naomi and Max's romance continued to steam up the halls of West Bev. Unfortunately Naomi was given the bad news that she needed to write a 10-page history paper or risk failing yet another class. Naomi panicked but Max reminded her that she'd learned calculus in one night so writing a paper would be a piece of cake.
Max helped Naomi along all night and boosted her confidence which led to Naomi writing an A paper. Or had she? Apparently not. Accused by her teacher of having turned in such a great paper that she possibly could not have written it, Naomi was hurt and angered. She worked hard and pushed herself so why all the hate from Mr. Phillips?
And was it me or was that creepy teacher a bit too much in Naomi's business? I mean, really, what teacher shows up in the middle of prom to talk about a paper? Regardless of whether he thinks it's a fake or not?
Ultimately, Max confessed that he "helped" Naomi's paper a bit and made some changes thus the teacher's accusation. Max was only trying to increase Naomi's chances of getting a killer grade but as far as Naomi was concerned he stepped over the line this time. Trouble in paradise.
But Ivy and Raj were the real king and queen last night.
Raj's prognosis was not good at all. Stage 4 cancer. Facing a sad and withering end, Ivy remained true to him and stood by his side. They may not have a lot of time left but she was damned if she was going to waste it.
Raj acted like a fool by getting drunk and even suggesting a threesome, but it was heartbreakingly understandable. Seeing the wide open future that Ivy had compared to his quickly approaching demise, Raj was willing to let Ivy go. Telling Ivy she was wasting her time on him, he never saw Ivy's true devotion coming at him like a Mack truck. Ivy told him she'd be with him till the end. Hopelessly in love with him, she couldn't leave Raj if she tried. Floored by her love, Raj proposed on the beach the next morning.
Gotta admit I never saw that coming and I too was floored. Is the future theirs after all? We'll see next week!