Season 9 of American series Beverly Hills, 90210 aired on FOX television network.

Summary Edit

This season follows the gang into adulthood as they deal with numerous issues that adults face in their personnel and professional lives such as dysfunctional families, alcohol abuse, infidelity, financial problems, statutory rape, gang violence, relationships, crime, careers, drug abuse, bulimia, and rape. 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 follows the West Beverly gang as they mature as college students and beyond, facing new challenges as they continue to grow and discover more about themselves and their personal ambitions. As their worlds evolve, old friendships will be tested as new relationships develop, but no matter how complicated their worlds become, they will always share in their strengths and experiences.


Jennie Garth as Kelly Taylor
Ian Ziering as Steve Sanders
Brian Austin Green as David Silver
Tori Spelling as Donna Martin
Vincent Young as Noah Hunter
Vanessa Marcil as Gina Kincaid
Lindsay Price as Janet Sosna
Daniel Cosgrove as Matt Durning
Joe E. Tata as Nat Bussichio

Special Guest Stars

Jason Priestley as Brandon Walsh (1-3, 5)
Tiffani Thiessen as Valerie Malone (1-7)
Luke Perry as Dylan McKay (7–)
Duncan Sheik as Himself
Nancy O'Dell as Herself
Pasha Grishuk as Herself
Collective Soul as Themselves

Recurring cast

Ann Gillespie as Jackie Taylor
Denise Dowse as Yvonne Teasley
Matthew Laurance as Mel Silver
Katherine Cannon as Felice Martin
Christine Belford as Samantha Sanders
Mercedes Kastner as Erin Silver
Michael Durrell as John Martin
Ryan Brown as Morton Muntz
Laura Leighton as Sophie Burns
Shawn Christian as Wayne Moses

Guest starring

Michelle Phillips as Abby Malone
Ray Wise as Daniel Hunter
Leigh Taylor-Young as Blythe Hunter
Karen Austin as Bobbi Kincaid
James Shigeta as Ben Sosna
Leslie Ishii as Michelle Sosna
Cari Shayne as Lauren Durning
Bruce Thomas as Carl Schmidt
Cliff Dorfman as Joe Patch
Christa Sauls as Denise O'Lare
Ashley Laurence as Ashley Reese
Christina Fredlund as Claudia
J. Robin Miller as Leah
Dex Elliott Sanders as Kyle Scott
Renee Altieri as Phyllis Barnes
Dawn Stern as Nancy Walters
Pat Crowley as Audrey Cutler
Robert Caso as Rick Miller
Rosie Malek-Yonan as Nurse Barbara
Jack Maxwell as John Wakefield
Leigh J. McCloskey as Mr. Bigelow
Andrea Baker as Julie Muntz
Vaughn Armstrong as Mr. O'Lare
Tricia O'Neil as Mrs. O'Lare
Elaine Princi as Jeannine Stein
Josie DiVincenzo as Pia Swenson
Jodi Harris as Ada Milstein
Michael Yavnieli as Harold Strauss
Christopher Daniel Barnes as Lenny
Jin Young as Peter
Harrison Young as Ed
Bonnie Somerville as Mary
Kayren Butler as Gertrude
Mariam Parris as Sonia
Mick Murray as Todd
Lawrence LeJohn as Buddy

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Season 9/Gallery


240 - 9.01 "The Morning After" September 16, 1998 Janet Sosna's first episode as a series regular
241 - 9.02 "Budget Cuts" September 23, 1998
242 - 9.03 "Dealer's Choice" September 30, 1998
243 - 9.04 "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" October 28, 1998 This is Matt Durning's first episode
244 - 9.05 "Brandon Leaves" November 4, 1998 This is Brandon Walsh's last episode
245 - 9.06 "Confession" November 11, 1998
246 - 9.07 "You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello" November 18, 1998 This is Valerie Malone's last episode
This is Gina Kincaid's first episode.
Dylan McKay returns in this episode
247 - 9.08 "I'm Back Because" December 2, 1998
248 - 9.09 "The Following Options" December 9, 1998
249 - 9.10 "Marathon Man" December 16, 1998
250 - 9.11 "How To Be The Jerk Women Love" January 13, 1999
251 - 9.12 "Trials and Tribulations" January 20, 1999
252 - 9.13 "Withdrawal" January 27, 1999
253 - 9.14 "I'm Married" February 3, 1999
254 - 9.15 "Beheading St. Valentine" February 10, 1999
255 - 9.16 "Survival Skills" February 17, 1999
256 - 9.17 "Slipping Away" March 3, 1999
257 - 9.18 "Bobbi Dearest" March 10, 1999
258 - 9.19 "The Leprechaun" March 17, 1999
259 - 9.20 "Fortune Cookie" April 7, 1999
260 - 9.21 "I Wanna Reach Out and Grab Ya" April 14, 1999
261 - 9.22 "Local Hero" April 21, 1999
262 - 9.23 "The End Of The World As We Know It" April 28, 1999
263 - 9.24 "Dog's Best Friend" May 5, 1999
264 - 9.25 "Agony" May 12, 1999
265 - 9.26 "That's The Guy" May 19, 1999
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