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Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green in 2011.
Megan Fox didn't grow up watching "Beverly Hills, 90210," and her husband Brian Austin Green would prefer she never sees the '90s cult classic.
"She tries to sneak them on SOAPnet, and then she gets in trouble for it," Green, 38, told New York Magazine's Vulture at the Cinema Society screening of "Friends With Kids" in New York Monday. "We have a rule: We don't watch each other's stuff."
Green vowed he doesn't have a favorite episode of the teen soap, which also starred Jennie Garth, Luke Perry, Shannen Doherty, Jason Priestley, Tori Spelling, Ian Ziering and Tiffani Thiessen.
"Honestly, it's one big blur. We did 300. I remember guest stars more than story lines," Green explained.
The actor didn't keep any memorabilia from the show, either. "The only thing I have is a picture that we took with Aaron Spelling when we won the People's Choice Award. He got the award; we got a picture with the award. It's kind of f-cked up," Green laughed. "But I guess he's the one that won it."
Though it's been nearly 12 years since "Beverly Hills, 90210's" series finale, Green said he's still close with his former costars.
"I keep in touch with everybody from the cast. I talked to Luke before I came out here; I talked to Jennie before I came out here," Green told Vulture. "I'll be seeing Luke and Jay in a couple of weeks. I see Ian all the time."
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