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Ga Ga: 90210‘s Jessica Lucas, The CW’s Latest Ambiguous Ethnic Girl

Three weeks ago, Jessica Lucas made her sassy debut on The CW’s remake of 90210, where not only did she trade witty banter with the hot lit teacher, but she revealed herself as an undercover cop–and another dose of ethnic ambiguity on primetime TV.

Lucas, who is best known for running around New York in that nauseous hit Cloverfield, is reportedly half Pakistani and half black. But like Gossip Girl‘s Jessica Szohr who came before her, there’s no mention of her background on the show, where she plays new transfer student-drug agent Kimberly MacIntyre.

While the 23-year-old’s resume boasts the best credits a scream queen can have, Blindie hopes this hot dash of sass will stick around West Beverly High–hopefully exploring the undeniable chemistry she has with Ryan Eggold (aka: the Hot Lit Teacher).

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Ga Ga: 90210‘s Jessica Lucas, The CW’s Latest Ambiguous Ethnic Girl

Categories: Race Matters and TV.

Three weeks ago, Jessica Lucas made her sassy debut on The CW’s remake of 90210, where not only did she trade witty banter with the hot lit teacher, but she revealed herself as an undercover cop–and another dose of ethnic ambiguity on primetime TV.

Lucas, who is best known for running around New York in that nauseous hit Cloverfield, is reportedly half Pakistani and half black. But like Gossip Girl‘s Jessica Szohr who came before her, there’s no mention of her background on the show, where she plays new transfer student-drug agent Kimberly MacIntyre.

While the 23-year-old’s resume boasts the best credits a scream queen can have, Blindie hopes this hot dash of sass will stick around West Beverly High–hopefully exploring the undeniable chemistry she has with Ryan Eggold (aka: the Hot Lit Teacher).

Categories: Race Matters and TV.

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