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Beverly Hills 90210 - The Sixth Season
Beverly Hills 90210 - The Sixth Season
Actors: Jason Priestley, Shannen Doherty, Luke Perry, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering
Directors: Allison Liddi, Anson Williams, Bethany Rooney, Burt Brinckerhoff, Charles Braverman
Genres: Drama, Television
NR     2008     23hr 45min

The ensemble drama about young adults growing up in Beverly Hills is a blend of romantic drama and subject matter that crosses all cultural boundaries. The storyline has followed the Walsh family as they moved from a middl...  more »

     

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Actors: Jason Priestley, Shannen Doherty, Luke Perry, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering
Directors: Allison Liddi, Anson Williams, Bethany Rooney, Burt Brinckerhoff, Charles Braverman
Genres: Drama, Television
Sub-Genres: Love & Romance, Drama
Studio: Paramount
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 11/25/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 23hr 45min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 7
SwapaDVD Credits: 7
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

A very intense and powerful season (with Kelly going all the
Diego Castro A. Santos | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 08/11/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Who would think that Kelly Taylor would become an addict? On this very intense season, we're introduced to Colin , who brings coke to her life. Also we have that annoying Susan, who dates Brandon and ultimately breaks his heart and Dylan getting married to Toni (while furious and revengeful on Marchette), and later leaving the famous zip code (but not for good, he returns some seasons later). We have that hateful Kelly-stalker Tara, the charming prince Carl (who hits on Clare), special appearances of Cindy Walsh and Andrea Zuckerman, a very sutle reference to Brenda on Scotland (at the end of the season), Ray Pruitt hurting Donna, Valerie's hateful and blackmailing friend, Ginger, David's mom trying to kill herself, and we almost lose Casa Walsh for good! (the show wouldn't be the same without that house!!)

This season is extraordinary; the whole series is superb. But the DVDs...I know, I know, everybody already complained about the music changes and the missing scenes (the ones with pop references, especially) But it's a shame that fans worldwide (and I'm writing this from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where the show was called "Barrados no Baile" and was also a huge phenomenon) can't have on their shelves the complete and uncut seasons of such a great show. The same thing happened to "Fastlane", Will & Grace" and (in a small way) to "Charmed", among others. Some fans expected that the "complete series pack" of "Fastlane" or "Will & Grace" (to be released soon) would present the uncut episodes with ALL the original music; and I know that some fans also expect the same thing when all ten seasons of Beverly Hills 90210 are finally released, but I think it is most unlikely something like this will happen, that the studio will fix something on this matter.

Anyway, we, fans, HAVE to buy the seasons just this way, and we have to be happy and thankful that, at least, the Beverly Hills 90210 gang is on DVD.....What can we do NOW about it? In fact, what could we do in the first place?

Here, the names and original air dates of all episodes on this sixth season:

Home Is Where the Tart Is 9/13/1995
Buffalo Girls 9/13/1995
Must Be a Guy Thing 9/20/1995
Everything's Coming Up Roses 9/27/1995
Lover's Leap 10/4/1995
Speechless 10/18/1995
Violated 10/25/1995
Gypsies, Cramps and Fleas (a.k.a. Halloween VI) 11/1/1995
Earthquake Weather 11/6/1995
One Wedding and a Funeral 11/8/1995
Offensive Interference 11/15/1995
Breast Side Up 11/22/1995
Courting 11/29/1995
Fortunate Son 12/13/1995
Angels We Have Heard on High 12/20/1995
Turn Back the Clock 1/3/1996
Fade In, Fade Out 1/10/1996
Snowbound 1/17/1996
Nancy's Choice 1/31/1996
Flying 2/7/1996
Bleeding Hearts 2/14/1996
All This and Mary Too 2/21/1996
Leap of Faith 2/28/1996
Coming Out, Getting Out, Going Out 3/13/1996
Smashed 3/20/1996
Flirting With Disaster 4/3/1996
Strike the Match 4/10/1996
The Big Hurt 5/1/1996
Ticket to Ride 5/8/1996
Ray of Hope 5/15/1996
You Say It's Your Birthday (1) 5/22/1996
You Say It's Your Birthday (2) 5/22/1996
"
"You went through a GRAM?!" (Spoilers)
Kathleen J. Bracken | Latham, NY USA | 08/23/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Although I remain a huge fan of the high school years, I think there's something to be said about the entertainment value of Kelly Taylor snorting coke through Bill Taylor's check. Watching her downward spiral through season six makes up for any of the weaker plot lines. My favorite part is when Colin screams at Kelly, "You went through a gram?!" God, this is the best show ever.

Other highlights of this season include the pairing of Val and David. Donna finally ditches "cheater and beater" Ray "one T was all my momma could afford" Pruit, for the much more intelligent, CU quarterback, Joe Bradley. One of the more painful scenes in the season involves Joe purchasing a bird for Donna which was trained to repeat "Joe loves Donna." This was, of course, not successful. If you manage to watch it without gouging out your eyes, you will be rewarded with Kelly's bout with coke.

Nat gets a shot at romance here. It's slightly awkward, yes, but whatever. Brandon dates Susan Keats, editor of the campus paper. I like them together. They also get stuck on a mountain top at one point. Donna gets to ride on a float on the Rose Parade, which is totally exciting. Dylan gets hitched, his wife dies, and he leaves the show. He miss him.

Did I mention that Kelly becomes a coke addict and almost gets killed by her psychopathic roommate whom she met in rehab?"
Lesser of Two Evils
Shari Weiss | 11/25/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Would we rather have 90210 dvds with errors and missing information or no dvds at all?

I guess the former.

But it's incredibly disappointing to see images manipulated and photoshopped (just look at the cover art for the pilot dvd...douglas emerson's head is on luke perry's body! plus, why isn't clare on the covers for seasons where she was a regular?!) and factual errors in the episode descriptions.

The special features for the first four seasons were great, but there weren't ANY on season 5 and I don't think there is on 6.

Wish they were releasing the series wholeheartedly. Maybe better luck if the complete series is released in one package?"
First 10 episodes are awesome, after that it becomes a diffe
Michael Pettinato | U.S.A. | 09/21/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Losing Brenda (Sexy Shannen Doherty) at the end of Season 4 was bad enough, but not trivial, after all, Tiffany Amber Theissen was just as nice to look at, then Andrea (Gabrielle Carteris) & Jim & Cindy Walsh (James Eckhouse/Carol Potter) left at the end of Season 5, now with this Season 6, Dylan (Luke Perry) departs, really liked this one because it spoke to my generation, (same age as Doherty & Preistley is one year older than me) as today's teen shows speak to today's teens, In this season Dylan finds the man responsible for his father's death & begins dating his daughter (Rebecca Gayheart) to get close to him, & in the process begins to fall for her as she does for him, thus complicating things, Steve & Brandon turn Brandon's parent's house into party central, while Kelly deals with a drug addiction, & Donna tries to rid herself of the very controlling Ray, while Valerie keeps manipulating everyone to her advantage, but the real highlight is Dylan's obsession with bringing down his father's killer, which has disasterous consequences for all involved as his father's killer makes a fatal error in judgement against Dylan, won't spoil it here, but this show seemed to lose its magic after Perry's departure, but I say get this one, just to see justice done Dylan McKay style, afterwards, the show is basically everyone dealing with relationships, Jason Preistly & Emma Caulfield(Susan) had great chemistry, this was a good pairing no doubt & Valarie (Theissan) & David(Brian Austin Green) have good chemistry as well who at the time was a real-life couple, all in all a good season, but the old favorites are missed!"