Friday, May 10, 2013

NO CONTEST: Who cares about Jerry and his pals struggling to keep their hands busy? You call Dr. Greene's tragic turn in obstetrics drama? And speaking of babies, I can't ever remember why Phoebe was having them. No, when it comes to the high point of episodic TV in the '90s, "Donna Martin Graduates" stands alone. To commemorate the 20th(!) anniversary of the Beverly Hills 90210 gang standing up for their drunken classmate, Vulture has an exclusive interview with Donna Martin herself, Tori Spelling.


  1. christy in nyc9:46 PM


  2. Is this the point where I admit as a child of the 80s that I honestly have no idea what Donna Martin Graduates means? 'Cause c'mon, I stopped watching back in the day when the best part, Gabrielle Carteris, left.

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  4. Since I wasn't allowed to watch TV back then, I never really watched it. I've seen a few eps here and there, but, yeah. A huge gap in my pop culture knowledge.

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  6. Marsha2:28 PM

    Right there with you. I watched the show occasionally, but my sister was the one who watched religiously, and I don't really get the whole "Donna Martin Graduates" thing. I have a little more context from reading that piece, but if she was stupid enough to get drunk at prom, didn't she deserve whatever punishment they gave her?