The writer considered giving the siblings a job at a movie theater, as he did not want them to use their parents' credit cards.
Thomas revealed that there were plans to reintroduce one of the original cast members, but had not met with any of them to discuss a role.
Annie and Dixon struggle to adjust to their new lives while making friends and yet adhering to their parents' wishes.Since the producers were both fathers, they designed the script to include more prominent adult storylines and a strong point of view on parenting.Judah was interested in focusing on how the family kept their moral center when moving to Beverly Hills, and the way the parents dealt with their teenagers.Speaking of tonight’s episode — one of our favorite honorary lesbians, Maeve Quinlan (), finally makes her appearance in a small but memorable role as Adrianna’s hellish stage mom.Most importantly, this means Jessica Stroup will make a lot more appearances as Erin Silver, who appears to be the frontrunner for favorite character with lesbian viewers.The only surviving element from the original series was believed to be Creative Artists Agency, the talent agency which conceived the spin-off idea.Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas was in negotiations to write the pilot and Mark Piznarski was in talks to direct it.Here are a few stills of Silver in tonight’s episode, sporting a slightly different look than her usual "don’t f–k with me" one: The bad news for lesbian/bi fans?Those rumors of a lesbian character on the show appear to be just that — rumors.GLAAD is issuing a comprehensive list of shows with LGBT TV characters for the 2008-2009 season later today, and does not show up anywhere on it.Which means all you Annie-Silver shippers will just have to keep the love alive through fanfiction. Will Kelly Taylor (Jennie Garth) finally get over Dylan? Will Naomi (Anna Lynne Mc Cord) stop looking like a 35-year-old stripper masquerading as a teenager?