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Jobbed is the 14th episode of Season 7 of Beverly Hills, 90210.


An old friend from Buffalo (Kane Picoy) surprises Valerie; Brandon and Mark learn they've applied for the same prestigious job interview; Donna proves to be a lifesaver when she fills in at her dad's office.


Jason Priestley as Brandon Walsh
Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor
Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders
Brian Austin Green as David Silver
Tori Spelling as Donna Martin
Tiffani Thiessen as Valerie Malone
Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio
Kathleen Robertson as Clare Arnold
Special Guest Stars
Jill Novick as Tracy Gaylian
Kane Picoy as Tom Miller[1]
Dalton James as Mark Reese[2]
Recurring cast
Michael Durrell as John Martin
Guest starring
Kim Morgan Greene as Dayna Sawyer
Bruce Gray as Craig Ramming
David Purdham as Conway Holland
Jane Marla Robbins as Chairman of Dryer Comittee
Huell Howser as Reed Harvey
Michael Ryan Way as Victor Malone


  • Brandon meets a man at the job fair whose mother is friends with Brandon's grandmother
  • Valerie's friend from Buffalo shows up out of the blue. Tom says he didn't visit before because Val broke up with him
  • Tom works in construction but finds it boring and sparse
  • Valerie tells Tom she's the only one who knows the truth about what happened with her father
  • Tracy's a junior
  • CU holds its 25th annual job fair
    • Steve takes an interview with a sports company and experiences sexual harassment. What's worse is, Clare doesn't believe him
  • Mark turns out to be a bad loser and harasses Kelly, blaming her for his loss and she leaves him (obviously)
  • Val wants Tom to manage the Peach Pit After Dark. David's not a fan


  • Dalton James was fired abruptly from the show (after 5 episodes of the season had been shot) because Jennie Garth didn't like him, under orders from Aaron Spelling. Spelling gave the writers/producers the reasoning that James was anti-semetic, although nobody experienced James being so and Mollin mentions in a 2010 interview how they didn't believe Spelling's claim and that Spelling was notorious for firing people unwarrantedly (eg. Jamie Walters):
"With [Spelling], the ends justified the means and screw the actor’s or anyone else’s reputation. He played at the game hard. We had no evidence that Dalton James was anti-Semetic. Most likely wasn’t"[3]

Notes and references[]

  1. First appearance of Tom Miller
  2. Last appearance of Mark Reese
  3. Exclusive: Beverly Hills 90210 Producer Talks College Years, Slams New 90210