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You know, the one that detailed Jackie’s daily schedule and medications using a maniacal system of tabs and spreadsheets.In many ways, Silver is almost a better mother to Jackie than Jackie ever was to Silver.She’s the only girl who has been dealt a blow that was totally out of control.Her mother, Jackie (Ann Gillespie), is dying of cancer.“This wasn’t something that she asked for,” says Jessica Stroup, who plays Erin Silver on the CW show.For fans of the original “Beverly Hills, 90210,” Jackie’s death is major (and some say blasphemous). “With this next episode coming up,” says Stroup, “I really just sat back and watched [Jennie Garth] interact with Ann Gillespie. I’m just so thankful to work with actresses who are able to be free like that.”Fans of the original series won't want to miss this week’s episode.
Stroup says that isn’t how we’re saying goodbye to Silver’s mother. “It one of those times when she’ll need to say her piece because she may not make it much longer.”I finally caught up with Stroup after having to work around “90210’s” hectic shooting schedule to talk about the incredibly emotional journey her character is on as she deals with her mother’s illness, her relationship with her half-sister Kelly (Jennie Garth), who wants nothing to do with their mother, and shuttling between the guys of West Bev.Stroup says she did research not only into her own relatives who have had cancer, but she also worked with a breast cancer awareness group. “I’ve talked to girls who have had their mothers diagnosed with breast cancer.As scary as it is, it entirely flip-flops the dynamic of the relationship.” We saw that in last week’s episode when Silver unleashed “the binder” on Jackie.series reuniting the original cast is headed to Fox this summer, but this isn’t your typical revival. According to Fox, this reboot features “a big twist.” Instead of picking up where the lives of their once-teen characters left off, this new “event” will see the entertainers play “heightened versions of themselves in a brand-new serialized drama — with a healthy dose of irreverence — that is inspired by their real lives and relationships.” In a press release promoting the summer series, Fox explained that the actors came back together when one of them suggested a reunion was long overdue.While the six-episode reboot will see the return of original stars Jason Priestley (Brandon), Jennie Garth (Kelly), Ian Ziering (Steve), Gabrielle Carteris (Andrea), Brian Austin Green (David) and Tori Spelling (Donna), it won’t be a continuation of the characters they played. “But getting it going may make for an even more delicious soap than the reboot itself,” Fox teased, adding, “What will happen when first loves, old romances, friends and frenemies come back together, as this iconic cast — whom the whole world watched grow up together — attempts to continue from where they left off?