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Did ‘90210’s’ Teddy have a disappointing romance?

By Greg Hernandez Don’t keep reading this if you don’t want to know what happened between Teddy and Ian on Monday’s episode of ‘90210’ (I posted the clips yesterday).

I want to register my extreme disappointment over how the writers on the show handled the abrupt end of this sweet gay high school romance.

We knew that since the actor who plays Ian (Kyle Riabko) wanted off the show, the character was not going to appear in episodes past February. It’s a pity he wasn’t committed at least for the season because Ian and Teddy and made such slow but steady progress together in the five minutes they were given in any given episode.

Well, this week they got more than five minutes and the episode had Teddy coming out to all his friends at West Beverly High. His ex-girlfriend Silver figured it out on her own and their talk about it was well-written and well-acted.

But the plotline that had Teddy being blackmailed turned out to be a bitter bill to swallow. Teddy, who had just spend winter break skiing with Ian in Colorado, gets a note in his locker demanding $50,000 or a photo of he and Ian kissing will be made public. He panics and wants to pay the money.

But in the end, rather than run, he decides to come out and after sharing his news with Silver, he arrives at a dinner of friends holding hands with Ian – a very dramatic statement that said it all. The openly gay Ian breaks the tension as they sit down by announcing to everyone that he is gay.

This is the Ian we love. He’s fun, he’s popular, he’s a student leader, he’s true to who he is.

He would never do what happened next: It turns out that Ian was the person behind the blackmailing and he did so to push Teddy out of the closet so their relationship could be out in the open. It really is beyond the pale and completely out of character for this young man.

There are so few gay characters on broadcast television and I’m not saying they should all be saints but they should at least make sense. This did not make sense at all.

To read more from this article go to Greg In Hollywood.

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