But Brenda, what broad shoulders you have! Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth relived their Beverly Hills, 90210 days on the Sunday, June 29, episode of Watch What Happens Live, when host Andy Cohen coerced them into acting out an old scene from their 1990s drama—with him in the role of Brenda Walsh (played in the original series by Shannen Doherty).
The BFFs—who have a new show, Mystery Girls, on ABC Family—gamely agreed to partake, falling easily into their former characters, Donna Martin (Spelling) and Kelly Taylor (Garth). Cohen, rocking a bad brunette wig, took the lead in the scene, which revolved around Brenda having to take a pregnancy test after sleeping with Dylan McKay (Luke Perry). The result was pretty hilarious—see for yourself in the video above!
Spelling, 41, and Garth, 42, also indulged Cohen's curiosity about their former costars. In a segment titled "Oh 90210 They Didn't," the Bravo exec asked the ladies to answer questions about the cast, including: "Which of these guys had the best game: [Jason] Priestley or [Luke] Perry?" "Who did Jennie fight with more: Shannen Doherty or Tiffani Amber Thiessen?" "Who was the better kisser: Priestley or Perry?" "Which latecomer fit in better with the cast: Tiffani or Vanessa Marcil?" and "Who partied the hardest: Doherty or Priestley?"
(The answers, in order, were: Perry, Doherty, Priestley, Thiessen, and Priestley.)
The good times didn't stop there, though. During a Q&A with fans, Spelling was asked about Priestley's recent claim that she sold his wedding invitation at a yard sale. (The actor recounted the story in his book, Jason Priestley: A Memoir.)
"I read that. I have no memory of that," she told the viewer who called in. "And also, my show -- Tori & Dean: Inn Love, at the time—filmed that, and if we had done that, that probably would have been a big scene in the show. And it wasn't on the show. So I don't know...I didn't sell his wedding invitation. And it would have gone for a lot more than $5!"
The True Tori star noted later that she doesn't keep in touch with Priestley anymore—but maybe she should! "Well, now I've got a bone to pick," she quipped. "We were friends for years! Now I'm mad!"
Garth, for her part, has stayed in contact with a couple of her costars—namely Perry, who played her love interest, and Doherty, with whom she publicly feuded for many years. "We're friends now," she explained. "We've grown up. We're women now, and the silly things that we used to argue about don't matter anymore."