The Amazing Colossal Homer, script by Steve Vance (plot and script) and Cindy Vance (plot), pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Bill Morrison (finishes), inks by Bill Morrison and Tim Bavington; Mr. Burns tests his Rejuvenator Ray on Homer Simpson, resulting in Homer growing to colossal proportions. , script by Steve Vance, pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Sondra Roy, inks by Bill Morrison; The Collector accidently locks himself in his comic vault when the butler goes away for the weekend, and must burn his precious comic collection to avoid freezing to death. Includes a numbered certificate of authenticity from Golden Apple Comics.

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Navid (Michael Steger) decides he still wants to be with Ade and says they should get married.

Ultimately, they break up and Adrianna gives the baby up for adoption. Annie kills someone in a hit-and-run (Season 1, "One Party Can Ruin Your Whole Summer")After having an awful prom, Annie (Shenae Grimes) gets in her car, bottle of alcohol in hand, and ends up hitting someone before driving off.

We don’t know about you, but as much as we’d like to say we’re surprised that the CW decided to ax “90210”—the reboot of the original ’90s hit—after five seasons, we’re really not. According to the CW network’s president Mark Pedowitz, the series finale will air in May.

However, while we’re aware “90210” isn’t the work of geniuses, we’re not ashamed to admit it had its moments: It was soapy and entertaining, pleasantly mindless, and it got marginally better after season 1—a rarity in these types of shows.

With the reveal of the networks fall 2010 schedule, they announced their decision to move 90210 to Monday nights at pm, as a lead-in to Gossip Girl.

It premiered on September 13, 2010 and was met with generally positive reviews from critics.

The Amazing Colossal Homer, script by Steve Vance (plot and script) and Cindy Vance (plot), pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Bill Morrison (finishes), inks by Bill Morrison and Tim Bavington; Mr. Burns tests his Rejuvenator Ray on Homer Simpson, resulting in Homer growing to colossal proportions. , script by Steve Vance, pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Sondra Roy, inks by Bill Morrison; The Collector accidently locks himself in his comic vault when the butler goes away for the weekend, and must burn his precious comic collection to avoid freezing to death. Cool Hand Bart, script by Steve Vance (co-plot; script) and Cindy Vance (co-plot), pencils by Steve Vance, inks by Bill Morrison (finished art); Principal Skinner sends Bart to Springfield State Prison to be Scared Spitlass, Springfield's version of Scared Straight; Bart gets stuck in a cell with his nemesis...

Regular Edition but the "Giant Simpsons pull-out poster" has been removed. Burns tests his Rejuvenator Ray on Homer Simpson, resulting in Homer growing to colossal proportions. , script by Steve Vance, pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Sondra Roy, inks by Bill Morrison; The Collector accidently locks himself in his comic vault when the butler goes away for the weekend, and must burn his precious comic collection to avoid freezing to death. Regular Edition with "Giant Simpsons pull-out poster." Creepy Crawly Tales flip-book. The Amazing Colossal Homer, script by Steve Vance (plot and script) and Cindy Vance (plot), pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Bill Morrison (finishes), inks by Bill Morrison and Tim Bavington; Mr. Cover pencils by Steve Vance, inks by Bill Morrison. , script and pencils by Bill Morrison, inks by Tim Bavington; Marge thinks Homer is cheating on her with her own sister, Selma.

The third season of 90210, an American television series, premiered on Monday September 13, 2010.