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Season 7 of American series Beverly Hills, 90210 aired airing on FOX television network.


Before they trade in their flip-flops for full-time jobs, the friends of Beverly Hills 90210 dive into their senior year of college for a final lap. Watch as Brandon, Kelly, Donna, David, Steve, Val and Clare battle natural disasters, confront personal demons and discover that old flames never burn out. From Donna losing her virginity and Kelly's shocking pregnancy to David's struggle with mental illness and a frightening hostage situation on the C.U. campus, surviving their senior year will be the toughest test they've faced yet.


Jason Priestley as Brandon Walsh (32/32 episodes)
Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor (32/32 episodes)
Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders (32/32 episodes)
Brian Austin Green as David Silver (32/32 episodes)
Tori Spelling as Donna Martin (32/32 episodes)
Tiffani Thiessen as Valerie Malone (32/32 episodes)
Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio (32/32 episodes)
Kathleen Robertson as Clare Arnold (32/32 episodes)
Special Guest Stars
James Eckhouse as Jim Walsh ("Spring Breakdown")
Brenda and Brandon's father
Jamie Walters as Ray Pruit ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Donna's ex-boyfriend
Jill Novick as Tracy Gaylian (21 episodes)
A reporter at Campus TV who Brandon likes
Dalton James as Mark Reese (12 episodes)
The manager of Campus TV, who starts dating Kelly
Joseph Gian as Kenny Bannerman (9 episodes)
Valerie's new fling who turns out to be married
Kane Picoy as Tom Miller (7 episodes)
Valerie's high school best friend and ex-boyfriend
June Lockhart as Celia Martin (3 episodes)
Donna's paternal grandmother
Olivia Brown as Professor Langley (3 episodes)
Tony Todd as Dr. Julius Tate ("If I Had A Hammer")
Dom DeLuise as Magic Morton ("I Only Have Eyes For You")
The Eliminators (2 episodes)
Roy Gaines ("Remember The Alamo")
Kerri Strug ("Pledging My Love")
Clarence Fountain and The Blind Boys Of Alabama ("Gift Wrapped")
Donna Lewis ("The Phantom Of C.U.")
Ron Duguay ("Face-Off")
Cam Neely ("Face-Off")
Luther Vandross ("My Funny Valentine")
Barenaked Ladies ("Spring Breakdown")
Kim Robertson ("Heaven Scent")
Monica ("Mother's Day")
The Cardigans ("Graduation Day: Part 2")
Recurring cast
Dan Gauthier as Dick Harrison (7 episodes)
Greg Vaughan as Cliff Yeager (6 episodes)
Nicholas Pryor as Milton Arnold (9 episodes)
Clare's father and CU chancellor
Matthew Laurance as Mel Silver (8 episodes)
David's father
Michael Durrell as John Martin (8 episodes)
Donna's father
Katherine Cannon as Felice Martin (7 episodes)
Donna's mother
Randy Spelling as Ryan Sanders (4 episodes)
Steve's younger half-brother
Ann Gillespie as Jackie Taylor (3 episodes)
Kelly's mother
Christine Belford as Samantha Sanders (3 episodes)
Steve's mother
Erica Yohn as Adele Silver (3 episodes)
David's paternal grandmother
Ruth Livier as Joy Taylor (3 episodes)
Kelly's newly discovered younger half-sister
Travis Wester as Austin Sanders (3 episodes)
Steve's younger half-brother
Caroline Lagerfelt as Sheila Silver ("If I Had A Hammer")
David's mother

Guest starring[]

Julie Nathanson as Ellen Fogerty (5 episodes)
Ryan Brown as Morton Muntz (5 episodes)
Trevor Edmond as Evan Potter (4 episodes)
Brian Donovan as Rusty (4 episodes)
Natalia Cigliuti as Chloe Davis (4 episodes)
Jason Lewis as Rob Andrews (4 episodes)
Julie Parrish as Joan Diamond (3 episodes)
Michael Kearns as Hal (3 episodes)
Sydney Coale as Dianne Bannerman (3 episodes)
Michael Stoyanov as Jimmy Gold (3 episodes)
Corin Nemec as Derrick Driscoll (3 episodes)
Maia Campbell as Mariah Murphy (2 episodes)
Kristen Williams as Teresa (2 episodes)
Julie Payne as Peggy (2 episodes)
Scott Paulin as Corey Randall (2 episodes)
David Bowe as Garrett Slan (2 episodes)
Michael D. Roberts as Marton Burnes (2 episodes)
Sam Saletta as Joey Evers (2 episodes)
Richard C. Hearst as Alan Black (2 episodes)
Bruce French as Dr. Abrahams (2 episodes)
Randall Slavin as Taz Botel ("Remember The Alamo")
Kenneth White as Lee ("Remember The Alamo")
Lucy Lee Flippin as Library Manager ("Remember The Alamo")
Eddie Cibrian as Casey Watkins ("Here We Go Again")
Charlotte Lopez as Beth Rawlings ("Here We Go Again")
Katherine Kendall as Lily Diamond ("A Mate For Life")
Murray Rubinstein as Doctor Styne ("Disappearing Act")
Claudette Roche as Doctor ("Disappearing Act")
Kimberly Campbell as Danielle 'Danny' St. John ("Pledging My Love")
Kimiko Gelman as Tammy Ishida ("Fearless")
Gloria Loring as Mrs. Cleveland ("Fearless")
Joseph Whipp as Fire Captain ("Fearless")
Amy Ryder as Linda Barnes ("The Things We Do For Love")
David Ruprecht as George ("The Things We Do For Love")
Allison Smith as Melanie Harold ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Gregg Daniel as Dean Whitmore ("If I Had A Hammer")
Pat Crawford Brown as Salvation Army Soldier ("Gift Wrapped")
Kim Morgan Greene as Dayna Sawyer ("Jobbed")
Bruce Gray as Craig Ramming ("Jobbed")
David Purdham as Conway Holland ("Jobbed")
Jane Marla Robbins as Chairman of Dryer Comittee ("Jobbed")
Huell Howser as Reed Harvey ("Jobbed")
Grayson McCouch as Larry Lincoln ("The Phantom Of C.U.")
Will MacMillan as Tony ("The Phantom Of C.U.")
Scott Cleverdon as Neil Phillips ("The Phantom Of C.U.")
Cameron Hall as Sam ("Unnecessary Roughness")
Joe Dain as Garrotte Slan ("Unnecessary Roughness")
John Colella as George ("Unnecessary Roughness")
Jesse D. Goins as Judge Sam Reda ("Face-Off")
Bonnie McNeil as Slan's Lawyer ("Face-Off")
Norman Snow as Donna's Lawyer ("Face-Off")
Basil Wallace as Cop #1 ("Face-Off")
Art Hindle as Detective Bill Rendell ("We Interrupt This Program")
Heather Stephens as Katie ("With This Ring")
Joe Michael Burke as Roger Burnett ("Straight Shooter")
Richard Ruccolo as Dean ("Straight Shooter")
Suzanne Turner as Gigi Crane ("Straight Shooter")
Ken Hanes as Detective ("Straight Shooter")
Matthew Fairchild as Chuck Grant ("A Ripe Young Age")
Marnie McPhail as Mrs. Merrick ("Storm Warning")
Jack Ong as Store Keeper ("Spring Breakdown")
Scott Gurney as Pete ("Spring Breakdown")
Paige Rowland as Heather Dixon ("Spring Breakdown")
Albie Selznick as Stu ("Heaven Scent")
Tim Halligan as Warren Graham ("The Long Goodbye")
Troy Thirdgill as Officer Wilson ("I Only Have Eyes For You")
Mary Layne as Doctor ("Senior Week")


Wesley Allen Gullick as Willie (4 episodes)
Coley Sohn as Judy (4 episodes)
George Shrouder as Michael (3 episodes)
Charles Carpenter as KEG Brother (3 episodes)
Rugg Williams as Floor Director (2 episodes)
Derk Cheetwood as Pledge #1 (2 episodes)
Michael Ryan Way as Victor Malone (2 episodes)
Amanda Anka as Barbara ("Remember The Alamo")
Christopher Dahlberg as Lamar ("Remember The Alamo")
Aaron Braxton as Daniel ("Remember The Alamo")
Nigél Thatch as Rosey ("Remember The Alamo")
William Birch as Fred ("Remember The Alamo")
Bridget Morrow as Salon Attendant ("Remember The Alamo")
Lisa Slam as Airline Attendant ("Remember The Alamo")
Amy Ryder as Linda Barnes ("Here We Go Again")
Terrie Snell as Beth's Mother ("Here We Go Again")
Larry Sullivan, Jr. as Larry ("Here We Go Again")
Jerry Dixon as Beach Club Director ("Here We Go Again")
Joyce Guy as The Doctor ("A Mate For Life")
James Mathers as Judge Nash ("A Mate For Life")
Kristie J. Canavan as Thyra ("A Mate For Life")
Stephanie Satie as Receptionist ("Disappearing Act")
Gene Ferraud as Bartender ("Disappearing Act")
Linda Kim as Perky Anchor ("Disappearing Act")
Christine Moore as Sexy Anchor ("Disappearing Act")
Ron Wolf as Cameraman ("Disappearing Act")
Betty Bridges-Nicasio as Registrar ("Pledging My Love")
Brien Perry as Pledge #4 ("Pledging My Love")
Amy Ryder as Linda Barnes ("Pledging My Love")
Paige Dylan as Girl ("Pledging My Love")
Charlie Heath as Streaker #2 ("Pledging My Love")
Tricia Nickell as Gail Richenberg ("Housewarming")
Barry Wiggins as TV Anchorman ("Housewarming")
Scott Kloes as Firefighter #2 ("Housewarming")
Christopher Judd as Firefighter #1 ("Housewarming")
Nicole Gian as Secretary ("Housewarming")
Lolly Howe as Receptionist ("Fearless")
Chris Marquette as Alex ("Fearless")
Maura Soden as Alex's Mom ("Fearless")
Nancy Sullivan as Woman #2 ("Fearless")
Cory Buck as Little Boy ("Fearless")
Rachael Cudlitz as Woman #1 ("Fearless")
Kristin Banta as Student ("The Things We Do For Love")
Matt Boatright-Simon as Paul ("The Things We Do For Love")
Susan Mundell as Waitress ("The Things We Do For Love")
Seth Peterson as Male Student #1 ("The Things We Do For Love")
Matt Reid Smith as Male Student #2 ("The Things We Do For Love")
Gregg Marc Miller as Valet ("Loser Takes All")
Jennifer A. Caubet as Counter Person ("Loser Takes All")
Nicole Gian as Helen ("Loser Takes All")
Ian Giatti as Stockboy ("Loser Takes All")
Joe Anthony Allen as Bellman ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Joe Garcia as Hotel Clerk ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Michelle Mitchel as Gail ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Donna Maria Moore as Dealer #2 ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Karen Roe as Linda ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Arell Blanton as Texan ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Troy Britton Johnson as Phil ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Milan Nicksic as Dealer #1 ("Lost In Las Vegas")
Tom Jourden as E.R. Resident ("If I Had A Hammer")
Jennifer Caubet as Student ("If I Had A Hammer")
Francisco Viana as Maitre d' ("Gift Wrapped")
Laura Payne-Gabriel as Sales Girl ("Gift Wrapped")
Vivienne Sendaydiego as Photographer ("The Phantom Of C.U.")
Tom Gibis as Peach Pit After Dark Customer ("Unnecessary Roughness")
Chad Ullery as Stripper ("Unnecessary Roughness")
Lewis Dauber as Mr. Burnett ("Face-Off")
Jim Martin, Jr. as Coach ("Face-Off")
Daniel Guzman as Cop #2 ("Face-Off")
Benjamin Brown as Officer Peters ("We Interrupt This Program")
Ariel Llinas as Officer McCarthy ("We Interrupt This Program")
Bill Chaffin as SWAT Officer ("We Interrupt This Program")
Dierdre Holder as 911 Operator ("We Interrupt This Program")
Nancy Fernandez as Nadine ("My Funny Valentine")
Matthew St. Patrick as Basketball Official ("Straight Shooter")
Rio Dekin as Hip Guy ("Straight Shooter")
Jody Wood as Policeman ("Straight Shooter")
Peter Antoniou as Bouncer ("Straight Shooter")
Benjamin Caya as Young Boy ("Straight Shooter")
William Gregory Lee as Club-Goer ("Straight Shooter")
Billy Shannonn as Basketball Team Captain ("Straight Shooter")
Barbara Allyne Bennet as Sarah ("A Ripe Young Age")
Cory Oliver as Kathy ("A Ripe Young Age")
Jonathan Craig Williams as Porter ("A Ripe Young Age")
Daniel Delaney as Paparazzo ("A Ripe Young Age")
Hugh Ross as Chris ("A Ripe Young Age")
Ashley Tucker as Bouncer ("A Ripe Young Age")
Marcy Goldman as Dr. Martin's Nurse ("Storm Warning")
Cynthena Sanders as Reception Nurse ("Storm Warning")
Matthew T. Collins as Ernie ("Storm Warning")
Gina LaPiana as Vee Jay ("Spring Breakdown")
Amani Gethers as Crew Member ("Heaven Scent")
Cory Oliver as Jeannette ("Heaven Scent")
Renee Altieri as Female Reporter ("Heaven Scent")
Art Mann as Himself ("Heaven Scent")
Pamela Sam as Interviewer ("Heaven Scent")
Chad Tamashiro as Chip ("Heaven Scent")
Steve Truitt as Male Reporter ("Heaven Scent")
Keith Marder as Messenger ("The Long Goodbye")
E.E. Bell as Museum Staffer #1 ("I Only Have Eyes For You")
Ken Weiler as Museum Staffer #2 ("I Only Have Eyes For You")
Whitney Cline as Police Officer #1 ("I Only Have Eyes For You")
Tim Green as Aerobics Instructor ("I Only Have Eyes For You")
Gregory White as Host ("All That Jazz")
Sheila Lussier as Hostess ("Mother's Day")
Mercedes Villamil as Erin Silver ("Graduation Day: Part 1")
Tom Rich as Motel Clerk ("Graduation Day: Part 1")
Denise Ryan-Sherman as Teacher ("Graduation Day: Part 1")
Jim Swanson as Campus Security Guard ("Graduation Day: Part 1")


  • This is the last season by the original creative team behind the series.


Season 7/Gallery


1 Remember The Alamo 21 August 1996 Larry Mollin 177
Brandon encounters bigots while traveling through Texas; and Donna and David find that their video work - and renewed romance - may have a short run.
2 Here We Go Again 28 August 1996 Steve Wasserman 178
Clare is stunned by Steve's past with Kelly, who learns there's more to the story than she knew; Kenny puts a social spin on his business with Valerie; Kelly starts working at an AIDS hospice; Brandon is recruited by the college TV station.
3 A Mate For Life 4 September 1996 John Whelpley 179
Brandon has the pleasant task of escorting Joan's dancer daugher Lily prior to Joan and Nat's wedding, which has a sudden change of venue; Kelly makes a friend (Michael Stoyanov) at the hospice; David is downsized after finding new digs.
4 Disappearing Act 11 September 1996 John Eisendrath 180
When David decides to quit school he not only has to deal with his father's disapproval but also his friends'. Brandon and Mark audition anchors for their news show, Kelly learns an important lesson about AIDS, and Valerie forces Kenny to choose between her and his wife.
5 Pledging My Love 18 September 1996 Phil Savath 181
Steve's "harmless prank" with his fraternity lands Brandon in hot water; Donna lobbies to get a jock into her sorority; Kelly takes Jimmy (Michael Stoyanov) on a religious journey.
6 Housewarming 25 September 1996 Jessica Klein 182
A Hollywood Hills brush fire stops a big party at Mark and David's, rekindles a bad memory for Kelly, and puts Donna in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Steve's flirtation results in serious consequences; and Valerie gives Kenny an ultimatum.
7 Fearless 30 October 1996 Larry Mollin 183
Steve declares war on Clare when she dates someone else; Donna's new fireman friend (Greg Vaughn) assists her sorority's Halloween event; Kenny (Joey Gian) is a no-show at the reopening of Valerie's club.
8 The Things We Do For Love 6 November 1996 Laurie McCarthy 184
David's giant windfall causes a rift with his father (Matthew Laurance); Kelly extends an olive branch to Valerie after learning of her condition; Steve rashly challenges Clare's new beau to a crew race; Tracy makes an overture to Brandon; Cliff (Greg Vaughn) reveals his future plans to Donna.
9 Loser Takes All 13 November 1996 John Eisendrath 185
Tipped off by Kelly, Brandon queries Kenny (Joey Gian) about his experience with Valerie and eventually gets the whole ugly story; sudden wealth burns a hole in David's pocket; Clare notes that preparing for the crew race makes Steve a changed man.
10 Lost in Las Vegas 20 November 1996 Steve Wasserman 186
While Ray Pruit (Jamie Walters) performs in Las Vegas, the town also welcomes the manic-mannered David, his guests Val, Steve and Clare, and his money, soon parted from a fool.
11 If I Had A Hammer 27 November 1996 John Whelpley 187
After a bizarre outburst, David undergoes psychiatric observation; Kelly and Mark have a less than excellent Thanksgiving adventure; and not even Chancellor Arnold (Nicholas Pryor) can save Steve from his latest error.
12 Judgement Day 11 December 1996 Phil Savath 188
Steve's guilty plea averts a hearing for him, but Prof. Randall (Scott Paulin) pursues a case against Brandon, who's innocent; David hedges on buying into Valerie's club; Donna clashes with her mother (Katherine Cannon) over David; Kelly throws a surprise party for Mark's birthday.
13 Gift Wrapped 18 December 1996 Christine Elise 189
Valerie and Kelly are paired in the Christmas gift exchange; Kelly gets a big surprise from her father; Steve's mom and Clare's pop (Christine Belford, Nicholas Pryor) get chummy; and David wants to get on the good side of Donna's mother (Katherine Cannon).
14 Jobbed 8 January 1997 Larry Mollin 190
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.
15 The Phantom Of C.U. 15 January 1997 Steve Wasserman 191
Clare arranges a date for Kelly; Steve meets a prankster during his penance for cheating; Donna's stint on TV nets her an unwanted fan; David becomes suspicious of Tom (Kane Picoy).
16 Unnecessary Roughness 22 January 1997 John Whelpley 192
Tracy's old boyfriend (Cameron Hall) interrupts her weekend alone with Brandon at her parents' ranch; Steve leads frat brothers in a sewing circle to salvage an investment; Donna thinks she knows the identity of her stalker, who turns up the heat.
17 Face-Off 29 January 1997 Laurie McCarthy 193
Donna is denied a restraining order against Slan (David Bowe); Tracy lets slip those three little words to Brandon; Clare and Steve's weekend housesitting prompts talk of living together; affection between Tom and Kelly may add an extra dimension when Brandon and Tom face off in a hockey game.
18 We Interrupt This Program 5 February 1997 John Eisendrath 194
Donna's stalker makes his identity known - on TV, with a gun in his hand. Meanwhile, Steve and Clare try to cool the burgeoning romance between their parents (Christine Belford, Nicholas Pryor).
19 My Funny Valentine 12 February 1997 Jessica Klein 195
On Valentine's Day, an ex-beau surprises Donna; Valerie's mother (Michelle Phillips) visits; Steve commits yet another error with Clare; Valerie confesses a weakness to Kelly; Chloe (Natalia Cigliuti) opens for Luther Vandross at the Peach Pit After Dark; and Tracy gets a big surprise from Brandon.
20 With This Ring 19 February 1997 Phil Savath 196
Kelly learns the cause of the friction between Tracy and Brandon; Chloe gives David her opinion regarding Donna and Cliff (Greg Vaughn); Clare urges Steve to give his brother an advanced talk about the birds and the bees; Valerie's mother (Michelle Phillips) is told the facts behind her husband's suicide.
21 Straight Shooter 26 February 1997 Larry Mollin 197
A magazine writer (Suzanne Turner) hangs out with Valerie for a piece on L.A.'s cool people; Donna wavers between her two suitors; Clare and Kelly do some flirting in Palm Springs; a tragedy befalls Steve and Brandon's basketball partner.
22 A Ripe Young Age 5 March 1997 Steve Wasserman 198
David meets Donna's grandmother (June Lockhart), who tells them of the love of her life; Valerie befriends a hot new actor (Jason Lewis), while Kelly does the same with a youngster (Sam Saletta) she suspects is a runaway; Steve gets into a sticky situation regarding a class project.
23 Storm Warning 19 March 1997 John Whelpley 199
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Joey (Sam Saletta) returns to Kelly's place; Rob (Jason Lewis) asks Valerie's advice on a film script; spring-break plans separate Tracy and Brandon; David is present when Donna's father (Michael Durrell) is stricken ill; Steve is taken aback by Clare's contact with her male side, just as she hoped.
24 Spring Breakdown 2 April 1997 Eisendrath/Plageman 200
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In Hong Kong, Brandon's father (James Eckhouse) queries him about his feelings for Kelly, who, meanwhile, is at home drowning her sorrows. Elsewhere, Donna and her mother (Katherine Cannon) disagree about what's best for Dr. Martin's recovery; Valerie turns green after Rob's manager (Richard C. Hearst) pairs him with another client (Paige Rowland) for a big party.
25 Heaven Scent 9 April 1997 Whelpley/Mollin/Savath 201
Mariah, the writer whom Brandon met in Texas, comes to L.A. with her book on angels, and her quick kinship with Kelly bothers Tracy. Meanwhile, it's thumbs up for Rob's performance, but thumbs down for the rest of his movie; Clare has a computer crisis and blames Steve; David marks a special anniversary with Donna.
26 The Long Goodbye 16 April 1997 Ken Stringer 202
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After Brandon breaks up with Tracy, Valerie's meddling jeopardizes his future plans with Kelly; Donna spies her mother with an old flame at a campus talent show, where "shower singer" Clare takes the stage on a suggestion from Steve - who thinks the idea's all wet when he hears her.
27 I Only Have Eyes For You 23 April 1997 Laurie McCarthy 203
Valerie and Kelly each get a look at the other's journal, but only one takes the high road; a car-museum employee (Ken Weiler) sets up Steve and Brandon for a problematic ride in an electric car, which delays Brandon's attempt to fulfill a childhood dream for Kelly.
28 All That Jazz 30 April 1997 Savath/Mollin 204
David takes Donna on a one-night business trip to New Orleans, with unfortunate consequences; relations become strained between Steve's mother and Clare's father; Brandon nurses the flu-stricken Kelly and Valerie, who relive how they became enemies.
29 Mother's Day 7 May 1997 Jessica Klein 205
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Mother's Day is a tough time for Clare, who misses hers; and for Kelly, who fears she may be one. Meanwhile, Valerie schemes to get David to buy her out of their club.
30 Senior Week 14 May 1997 John Eisendrath 206
Steve's father doesn't offer the post-graduation future Steve had planned on; Kelly finds her dad with Valerie, who gets devastating news from Mr. Taylor; and Steve's further frustrated when Clare's pop asks her to move to Paris with him. Meanwhile, Kelly also receives disturbing medical news; and Donna flakes on her last final exam.
31 Graduation Day: Part 1 21 May 1997 Mollin/Savath 207
On the day before commencement, Kelly becomes determined to oust Valerie from the Walsh house (and out of town) and pressures Brandon to do so. Meanwhile, Donna decides it's time to move up to a new level of romance with David after getting advice from her grandmother. Steve plans to pull the "best senior prank" ever with some help from his frat brother, Muntz, as well as David.
32 Graduation Day: Part 2 21 May 1997 Mollin/Savath 208
Friends and family members gather for California University's Class of '97 graduation ceremonies. Valerie disrupts graduation day for Kelly, a day that also becomes flawed for Steve. In an attempt to win back his daughter's love, Bill Taylor throws the ultimate graduation party with The Cardigans performing.