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Morning After Report: 90210 Episode 23 'Zero Tolerance'

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Now doesn't this image just scream SOPHOMORE PROM to you?
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Principal Dad has a message for the Sophomore Class of West Beverly Hills High School: ZERO TOLERANCE. In a cheesy video he obviously roped his "actress" daughter into co-starring in with him, he informs the school--well, actually, just the Sophs, that if they get caught at an After Prom Party with alcohol they will be suspended, and if they're suspended, they'll have to go to summer school. Basically "One party can ruin your whole summer." They had a T-shirt made. Also, next week's Season Finale is called "One Party Can Ruin Your Whole Summer," (thanks, DVR!) which leads me to believe that this will indeed happen to one of "our" kids. Uh oh. I can't wait to see how a behavioral infarction is disciplined academically...isn't summer school, like, courses you take? WBHHS, you perplex me. Also: SOPHOMORES? WTF?

Okay, back to reality. Per Naomi's wisdom, if Mariah Carey could get over Glitter, Annie could get over being in Dad's video, and go about the business of getting herself a prom date. Because people, it is PROM time. I will stop short at nothing less than hysterics, a teenage mom giving birth, old wounds, and a very special musical guest, you hear?

In Semi Hot Teacher's room, Liam has decided to turn in a doodle instead of a test. He mouths off to Semi Hot about how he knows he can still pass the class despite taking a zero on the test, and because Semi Hot often forgets to back his balls in his satchel full of graded essays, he just sorta lets Liam mock him then leave the room. Semi Hot is happier to see Ethan arrive, because he has "great news" for him. So far, though, we just see an envelope. If this were Maury we'd know those were DNA results, but...yeah, anyhow.