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Season 1

  • S01E01 Batteries Not Included

    • July 26, 1999

    ""Er, Um Love"" Rory/Jana (Doc) written by Jeff Goode Doc asks Rory to drive Jana, Doc's girlfriend home, after finding another girl. Rory proceeds to drop Jana home, and she complains to Rory that all guys are jerks. They then start to talk about stuff, and tension build up between them. Jana decides it's time to leave, Rory being the gentlemen opens the door for her. She doesn't budge, she has trouble with the seat belt buckle. Rory then helps her, but they look at each other, and proceed to kiss. Suddenly, after kissing Rory's feet started to fall asleep. While sitting next to Jana, ge puts his arm around Jana, and proceeds to ask her out. She says yes, where their lips are met for a second time. At that moment, Doc drives by and see the two kissing, and shakes his head is disbelief. ""Batteries Not Included"" Kiki/Gina (Eric, Tony) originally written by Jill Cargerman, rewrite/credited by Marcy Gray Rubin In college, Kiki has casual sex with her current boyfriend, Eric. Her roo

  • S01E02 Look What the Kate Dragged In

    • July 27, 1999

    ""Er, Um Love"" Rory/Jana (Doc) written by Jeff Goode Hanging out in the van, after their first date, Rory and Jana talks about why Doc was there. Jana explains that she never really broke up with Doc, they just fought. She wants to go home, but her seat buckle is stuck again. He then tries to help her with a screwdriver but hurts his hand instead. He then goes to the back, and they talk about where they have stiches. Jana then show her stiches on her shoulder, from an accident when she was younger. Rory starts to touch her shoulder, and their lips fuse together. Jana decides it's time to go home, but Rory tells her to break up with Doc so they could officially be a couple. ""Batteries Not Included"" Kiki/Gina (Eric, Tony) written by Marcy Gray Rubin Kiki tells Gina try to fantasize when masturbating because Gina didn't have an orgasm before. They start to play Kiki's ""I Never"" game before, and one thing leads to love. In the midst of sex, Kiki asks her boyfriend Eric, if he loves

  • S01E03 Er, Um, Love

    • July 28, 1999

    ""Er, Um Love"" Rory/Jana (Doc) written by Jeff Goode Rory and Jana start to make out and Rory asks her if she broke up with Doc. She takes offense, when she thinks that she would just make out with any guy, calling her a slut. They start to talk about their problems, and if they still want to be together. It ends with Jana leaving, questioning him. After she leaves, Rory softly says ""I Love You..."" [This continues at Episode 118 with a 15 episode break in between.] ""Batteries Not Included"" Kiki/Gina (Eric, Tony) written by Marcy Gray Rubin Kiki dresses up to see Eric, but breaks up with him and starts to see his roommate Tony. Gina is still having orgasm problems, so Kiki lightly jokes about her being gay. While Kiki and Tony are having sex, Gina starts to fantasize about Kiki, and uses her vibrator. While getting ready for bed, Kiki confronts Gina about the vibrator going off. Kiki is pleased if Gina needs to fantasize about her, by all means but she had to get one thing straigh

  • S01E04 Love It or Leave It

    • July 29, 1999

    ""Look What The Kate Dragged In"" (Katie/Dave, Ollie, Veruca) written by David Silverman & Marcy Gray Rubin. Dave and Katie's relationship is going bust, and Dave decides to leave, seeing that he can't have an open relationship with Katie. [Katie's segment ends, but it spinoffs with her brother Kyle in the next episode.] ""Mark-Kiki-Avellian"" (Gina/Mark, Kiki) written by Jennifer Johnson. While masturbating, Gina gets interrupted by a guy name Mark, a so called geek, who knocks at her door. She is flattered, when he starts to say what she does and wear in a rotation. He then asks about Kiki, and notices her coming back. Kiki enters, and it seems that Mark would do anything for Kiki, even write a paper for her. He leaves, and Gina lightly bashes Kiki for not liking him. Kiki then explain that she wouldn't go after a geek in another world. Another night is her, and Mark comes over again, and Gina tells him to play ""I Never."" She explains the rules, and within the game, they end up kis

  • S01E05 Strip Poker

    • July 30, 1999

    ""Strip Poker"" (Kyle/Tina, Doc, Z, Jared, Liz) written by Tom Crehan Kyle house sits (or apartment sits, rather) for his sister, Katie, while she is away. Kyle tells the guys how he feels about Tina, a girl who he really likes, and they tease him about it. The answering machine goes off, revealing that she is out for the weekend. The guys start to plan about losing their viriginity over the weekend, expect Kyle, who plans on spending the weekend with Tina. ""Mark-Kiki-Avellian"" (Gina/Mark, Kiki) written by Jennifer Johnson. Kiki gets jealous when Gina has a boyfriend, Mark. While having dinner in their dorm room, Kiki invites herself to be with them (or to make trouble rather). They fight over Mark, and Kiki kisses Mark, making Gina getting up and leave. He runs after her, and moments later, Gina returns alone, and confronts Kiki. Gina is disgust with Kiki, and Kiki reveals that she is moving to a single, that she applied to. Mark then returns to Gina, as the kiss and make up. ""L

  • S01E06 The Odd Couple

    • August 2, 1999

    ""Strip Poker"" (Kyle/Tina, Doc, Z, Jared, Liz) written by Tom Crehan The three guys, Z, Doc, and Jared, plan their night for losing their virignity for themselves, over a game for strip pokoer. Kyle tells Tina's sister, Liz to tell Tina do not come over tomorrow but Liz does the opposite. The three guys then call 4 girls (including one for Kyle) to have fun tomorrow night. ""Love It Or Leave It"" (Annette/Todd) written by Steven S. DeKnight. Todd is having second thought, but Annette taunts him with a picture of Justin. He does the same with a picture of Sophia. They finally proceed to do it, and Ross, the owner of the apartment finally comes back. They blame it on him that each other's partner cheated on each other. He brushes off, and they explain their whole situation about sleeping together to balance it out. He tells them if they want to, use his place if they want to. ""The Odd Couple"" (Cliff/Evan) written by Graham Flashner. Cliff brings home two girls, Nikki, and Jeri for hi

  • S01E07 Love It or Leave It Again

    • August 3, 1999

    ""Strip Poker"" (Kyle/Tina, Doc, Z, Jared, Liz) written by Tom Crehan It's strip poker night, and the guys are hyped except for Kyle who find this wrong, and is still in love with Tina. They guys decide to play strip poker, before the girls come, so they could ""warm them up"", and upon seeing them naked, they would want to play too. So they are all in their underwear, when the doorbell rings. Kyle answers, and it's Tina! no! She asks why is he in her boxers, and that's when the four party girls arrive. They ask about the party. Kyle tells them, their is no party and Tina leaves mad. He goes back, put his clothes on where the guys ask him about the girls. He explains that they are going to a party, and the guys are mad that Kyle didn't try to stop them. He then goes off, trying to chase after Tina. [This segment ends, but it spinoffs with the actual Kyle and Tina plot now in the next episode.] ""Love It Or Leave It"" (Annette/Todd) written by Steven S. DeKnight. The day finally co

  • S01E08 Unstripped

    • August 4, 1999

    The Odd Couple (Cliff/Evan) written by Graham Flasher Evan just met this guy, Theo, and Cliff walks in after a game of basketball. It seems that Theo and Cliff has something in common, Baseball, and it mixes the mood, making Theo leave. Evan is mad, because he didn't get laid, and Cliff calls it even! Evan takes offense saying that Cliff was digging Theo. Cliff denies it, because he is straight, and it drives Evan crazy. Evan gets some advice from a friend, and he tries to confess his undying love, since the first time they met, to see if he is really into boys. Evan leans in for a kiss, and Cliff gives a grin, and laughes because he doesn't fall for it. Seeing Eye Dog (Ross/Jenny) written by Dina Marie Chapman Ross brings home a girl, Jenny, who clings on to him. Ross isn't really into relationships, but Her apartment room burns down, and she asks if she could stay for the night. Ross agrees. Unstripped (Kyle/Tina, Katie) written by Dina Marie Chapman Katie returns home, finds

  • S01E09 Seeing Eye Dog

    • August 5, 1999

    The Odd Couple (Cliff/Evan) written by Graham Flasher Cliff and Evan really start to get a long (in a gay/straight alliance thing) and Cliff respects Evan more, after finding him making out with a guy in their dorm room. After they are done, Cliff returns, only to find out that Evan just had sex with a guy that he just met by the soda machine. Cliff asks if he even knew the guys name! Nope. Only the swapping of their tongues was the best he got. Cliff then explains that Nikki rathers study than have sex, and Evan explains about how girls want to talk, and not just have sex always. They then make a pact, Cliff goes out (in a serious, not only sex way) with Nikki, and the same with Evan (in a serious, not only sex way) with Theo. Seeing Eye Dog (Ross/Jenny) written by Dina Marie Chapman Jenny is hurt when Ross brings home another girl named Lexi. Jenny disturbes them while he and Lexi are making out in the other room. Jenny interrupts them so much that Lexi is fed up and leaves.

  • S01E10 Not Enough RAM

    • August 6, 1999

    ""Seeing Eye Dog"" (Ross/Jenny) by Dina Marie Chapman Jenny psychs Ross out by telling him that he use his blindness because he needs to feel like the rest of the crowd, and that he is affraid or serious relationships. He explains, he could but doesn't want to. She then dares Ross to have the serious relationship, and he agrees. But their is still a catch, being in a serious relationship, also means that you don't have sex every second. ""The Odd Couple"" (Cliff/Evan) written by Graham Flashner While playing basketball, Evan hurts his back, and asks Cliff if he could rub some ""heat"" (pain reliever) on him, and that's when Emma, invites herself in scaring both of them, saying that she is looking for Mark (Presumably Mark From Episodes 4 - 5, Gina's Boyfriend) They don't know where he is and she leaves, curiously thinking what the two of them was doing. Cliff and Evan gives advice to each other before their dates (remember? Their ""Serious"" dates?) and everything goes well, but Nikki is

  • S01E11 They Call It Puppet Love

    • August 9, 1999

    ""Seeing Eye Dog"" (Ross/Jenny) written by Dina Marie Chapman It is reveal how Ross got blind, he explains how you know you are not suppose to look into the solar eclipse without those boxes, well he did, and it made him blind. No he is just joking, Bee sting, it was an allegric reaction. They start to get really close, and she reveals to Ross that she is moving back to Ohio, because L.A. didn't treat her very well, and she wanted to spend her last night with him. Both, After climaxing, she says that she might want to stay because of him, making him feel weird all over again. ""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight Emma is Gina's new roommate is a sex therapist, and her boyfriend doesn't want to make out, but doesn't want to. Emma think he is gay and asks Evan to check him out. Evan comes to a conclusion that he is not gay. Emma decides to make Brian go get pizza, while she makes these sock puppets. He comes back, only to find Emma talking about the pu

  • S01E12 They Call It Puppet Love #2

    • August 10, 1999

    ""Seeing Eye Dog"" (Ross/Jenny) written by Dina Marie Chapman Their so called relationship goes to a bust, when Jenny reveals that she is working at a club, where Ross likes to go. He explains he doesn't want a relationship but wants to remain as friends. It ends as he presumably lets her stay their until she could find her own place. ""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight Emma pushes, and they start to talk through the puppet, and she finds out more stuff about Brian and vice versa with Brian. He then isn't quite ready for sex yet, and still uses the puppet while they make out. She wants him to take it off, but he calls her a control freak. ""Not Enough RAM"" (Jake, Sarah) written by Graham Flashner & Neil Landau Steve helps move stuff for storage, and Sarah does an experiment, while she sees Jake over hearing them. She hits on him, and he hits on her back, making Jake very angry. Steve leaves, and Jake tells her what the hell was that about, and she te

  • S01E13 The Ex-Files

    • August 11, 1999

    ""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight Brian says sorry to Emma, and buys her a webcam. He surprises her by setting it up. He is ready to have sex, and Emma notices the puppet, Or Mr. Fuzzy, that's what Brian named him, and Emma says that he already broke and doesn't need the puppet. They get past Mr. Fuzzy, and he really wants to have sex, but Emma is scared. Brian then helps Emma through the puppet (she made two actually, one her and one her Brian, when he was affraid.) Brian helps Emma break through, and they proceeds to have sex. This episode ends, as the webcam shoots them having sex and sending it to everyone on the internet who is on Emma's sex therapy site. ""Not Enough RAM"" (Jake/Sarah) written by Graham Flashner & Neil Landau Sarah is all hyped, and calls Jake chicken. Jake then all hyped, and Sarah freaks. It is revealed that Sarah is not ready, and Jake talks to her, about he is ready. She is scared, but it ends all well, when they decide

  • S01E14 If Words Could Kill

    • August 12, 1999

    ""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight When Emma tries to access her site, it is down because it crashed. A friend, Tiffany, stopes by for help and Emma helps her. Mark stops by next, looking for Gina, and sees Brian talking to his dad. Brian helps Mark open up with Emma's sock puppet, and she catches them. She gets mad, and that's when Gina reveals that their is a post of Brian and Emma having sex, and that's the reason why her site crashed, because it had too many hits. ""If Words Could Kill"" (Liz, Tina, Stacey, Melissa, Debbie, and Jeanine) written by Jennifer Johnson, Graham Flashner & Neil Landau There is a leak in their group, and they want to find out who it is, so they play truth or dare. Tina spies on them the whole time, and Melissa dares Liz to french kiss Debbie. They do it and Tina is shocked. Tina makes a ruckus, and leaves. Liz dares Melissa but Jeanine then stops by because Tina forgot her shirt on the field, and leaves. The Fearsu

  • S01E15 If Words Could Kill #2

    • August 13, 1999

    ""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight While in the bathroom, Emma tells Kiki, who saw their performance online, that she left the camera unpurpose. Back in Emma's dorm room, Brian constantly ask for Mr. Fuzzy, but Emma won't give it to him. Tiffany then knocks and asks for Emma's help, because she is the girl whose boyfriend has a food fetish, while having sex. She then tends to Tiffany's help, leaving Brian alone, making him messing up Emma's room. She returns, and is shocked. He constantly asks for it, and she gets fed up and gives it to him. He then calls her a liar, because she had all these excuses for Mr. Fuzzy. ""If Words Could Kill"" (Liz/Z, Tina/Kyle, Jared and a lot more) written by Jennifer Johnson, Graham Flashner & Neil Landau The Fearsum Foursum steals Jeanine (Tina friends' diary) and they reveal secrets about each other within the group. It appears that Tina tells Jeanine about the group, and declare her the trader. Tina is auditioni

  • S01E16 The Ex-Files #2

    • August 16, 1999

    ""If Words Could Kill"" written by Jennifer Johnson, Graham Flashner & Neil Landau It's revealed in Jeanine's diary that Melissa is the trader, and the decrown her. They then appoint Stacey, and she decides to punish everyone in the group (including herself) on what each other them did wrong. ""The Ex-Files"" written by Dina Marie Chapman & Steven S. DeKnight Sally and Dani orders dinner, and Sally asks ex #3 to come, but he doesn't. She has to settle with the delivery guy, and she asks him if he has a girlfriend. He thinks this a a come on, and Sally starts to talk to him about his relationship. He thinks he is going to have sex, but he was originally delivering food. He then thanks them for dinner, the food that he delivered, and leaves. ""They Called It Puppet Love"" written by Steven S. DeKnight. Emma is depressed, when everyone seem to hate her. Brian cheers her up with Mr. Fuzzy. Brian also reveals that her site has 400-something messages, that she didn't check (because she was

  • S01E17 Twice a Virgin

    • August 17, 1999

    ""If Words Could Kill"" written by Jennifer Johnson, Graham Flashner, & Neil Landau The Fearsum Foursum lives out their rule, and they all do their punishments. They try to get Jonas, a hot jock, to be their date for an upcoming dance. They invite Jonah to the garage and they play truth or dare. Things go out of hand, and Debbie ends up with Jonas. [This segment ends, continues with Tina/Kyle, now deeper in a relationship.] ""The Ex-Files"" written by Dina Marie Chapman & Steven S. DeKnight Stan comes home early only to find Sally talking to a plumber dude, who was her ex-boyfriend in the second grade. Sally panics and tells him about the 8th month superstition. Then Stan reveals what he was going to tell her from the start. He had a job interview in L.A. (where she lives) and he got the job. Now they can live happily together. [This segment ends] ""Twice a Virgin"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Neil Landau Dean likes Claire, and Emma tries to help him out. But in the process, Kiki

  • S01E18 Three In The Van

    • August 18, 1999

    ""Twice A Virgin"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Neil Landau Dean wants to have a forsure thing with Claire, so he calls her and weakly asks her to come over. With the help of Emma, he tells her that he wrote her a poem, and will be there in a hour, due to studying. Emma tries to help Dean write a poem, and he insults her about Mr. Fuzzy, and she leaves. Claire comes over, and he dodges every single way on reading the poem. He crumples the paper, and they talk about, you know, just stuff. One thing leades to sex, and it guarantees him for sex tomorrow on his 18th birthday, which he told Claire about. She gets up and reads the crumple which only has scribbles on it. She gets mad and leaves. ""I Know What You Did Last Hummer"" written by Jennifer Johnson Liz is mad at Tina when she tells her dad that Liz's friend, Vincent is here. The thing is, two years ago, her father caught them in the rec room, and well, he is no longer invited in there home. Liz presses on Vincent, saying that

  • S01E19 I Know What You Did Last Hummer

    • August 19, 1999

    ""Twice A Virgin"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Neil Landau Dean's big One Eight is today, and Kiki knocks on his door, where she gives him a baloon, and herself. It is also revealed that Kiki is just a tease, and she needs to uphold an image of her being kinky. They have sex, and she leaves. There is another knock on the door, and covered in sweat, he answers it. Thinking it's Kiki, he jokes, ""couldn't keep away."" Only it's not Kiki, but Claire. She then offers herself, and they have sex. Then another knock on his door, and it's Emma! She asks how it went, only to surprised that he did both girls. ""I Know What You Did Last Hummer"" written by Jennifer Johnson Tina is threatened by Liz, when she thinks Liz gave Kyle a blow job. She confronts Liz about it, and she tells her it did happen. She asks her friend, Gwen, if she could borrow her dress, making her look like Liz, in order to please Kyle. She tries to give him a blow job, but he denies what happened. She wants to please

  • S01E20 Three In The Van #2

    • August 20, 1999

    ""I Know What You Did Last Hummer"" written by Jennifer Johnson Jared comes over after Tina, tells him that she needs help on the ""oral"" report and she reveals that the help she needs on the oral report is actually help on giving oral. Jared is skeptical, but still tells her. Gwen then stops by because she wants to learn to, and he teaches them the tricks of the trades. Tina then calls Kyle telling him that she has a surprise for him tomorrow. ""Three In The Van"" written by Jeff Goode Rory and Jana talks in his van, in a place what could be best described as a make out point. They end up making out, and while making out. In the process of taking Jana's bra off, he has trouble and accidentally hits her back. She tries to explain how to take it off, but it's no use. She tells him to close his eyes because she has a surprise. He closes his eyes, and she puts the bra on him. He then opens his eyes, and is horrified what he has on. He tries to take it off, but doesn't. Jana laughs

  • S01E21 The Porn That Went Bump In The Night

    • August 23, 1999

    ""I Know What You Did Last Hummer"" written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau Tina finally shows Kyle her surprise, and he is shocked when she learned it from Jared, his best friend. Jared walks in and Kyle tackles him. Liz then walks in, and Tina confronts Liz, about the whole lolli-lick thing. Liz tells Tina that she was just lying, and mad because she broke up with Vincent. Kyle then confronts Jared, only to find out that Tina was ""practicing"" with carrots. Kyle then forgives Jared, and they both leave. Tina teases Liz that she is now a pro on what she does. [This segment ends, spinoffs with Z, from episode 5, and Liz's brother.] ""Twice A Virgin"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Neil Landau Dean writes a poem for Claire, saying how sorry he is, and she trusts him now. Claire and Dean do a ritual to make then virgins again, because Dean wants to have sex. This segment ends as they end up kissing in the corner, and Emma telling a girl, that she helped put them together. ""The Porn

  • S01E22 Z Date

    • August 24, 1999

    ""Z Date"" written by Jennifer Johnson, & Neil Landau Liz's punishment is here, and she asks Z to the dance. She starts to fall for Z, but Tina tells Z the truth about the whole punishment. He tells Liz of them that he knew, and just wanted to get laid, because she is ranked #1 slut on the football teams list, which everyone seems to know about. Liz cools down, and finds out that Z is really cool, and they exchange underwear, mainly Liz needs some proof, and well, Z is just horny. ""The Porn That Went Bump In The Night"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Steven S. DeKnight The intevention is on, and three friends of Andy and Joel, confronts Joel on his straight porn fetish. Andy gets upset, andleaves. He then returns and it is revealed that Joel was getting off to the guys, not the girls. Their friends leave and while looking at the porn, Andy notices that one of the guys, have a tattoo on his buns, and Andy figures it out. Joel was getting off to his ex-boyfriend. ""Plus One"" written by

  • S01E23 Asian Sensation

    • August 25, 1999

    The Porn That Went Bump In The Night"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Steven S. DeKnight Andy is sick of Joel and that he is still clinging on to his ex-boyfriend. Joel then calls Tommy, Joel's ex, to pick up his things, like letters, tapes, magazines, showing that he really loves Andy and is getting rid of them for good. Andy wants to pick a fight with Tommy because Joel was very down when he broke up with him, and Tommy reveals that he knew that Joel needed better, and that's why he dumped him. Joel and Andy make up, and they proceed to make out. The phone rings, and the machine picks it up. It's Andy's brother, and he tells him that he is stopping by to visit, and he better show his girlfriend that he's been talking about to his parents. [This segment ends, continues with Andy's brother Brick, next episode.] ""Asian Sensation"" (and ""Z Date"") written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau Liz is falling for Z, and she makes out with him, until he has to go. Tina catchs them also befor

  • S01E24 He Ain't Gay, He's My Brother

    • August 26, 1999

    ""Asian Sensation"" (And ""Z Date"") written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau Yumi asks Liz to be her maid of honor, but Liz tells her now. Yumi then explains that Liz's friend is stopping her, and who is the puppet here. Stacey leaves, and Yumi and Jack reemerges and Z comes in with a black eye. Z explains that he heard some guys talking trash about Liz, and he defended her honor. Yumi and Jack leaves seeing that Liz and Z need time alone. Z surprises Liz with champane and that's when Stacey walks in. Liz quickly throws her drink on Z. Z asks her about the moments they shared together, and Liz calls in nothing (infront of Stacey). Z then leaves, and Stacey tells her well done. Liz then feels bad on what she done, and looks like she is going to cry. ""He Ain't Gay, He's My Brother"" written by Rick Bitzelber & Steven S. DeKnight Andy's brother, Brick will be in town, and Brick's friend Ned, tag a long, because they are both in the navy and decides to visit. Andy panics, and he put

  • S01E25 Plus One

    • August 25, 1999

    ""Asian Sensation"" (And ""Z Date"") written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau Liz comes out to Yumi, and explains that she is ranked #1 slut of the whole school. Liz wants love for a change. Yumi then explains that Liz has a perfect guy right in her and she isn't doing anything about it. Liz sticks up for Z, and herself, when Stacey catches Z over there again. Liz breaks out of the Fearsum Foursum group, and Liz proceeds to go out with Z, and becomes Yumi's maid of honor. [This segment ends. Ending it's 22 episode character connection.] ""He Ain't Gay, He's My Brother"" written by Rick Bitzelber, Steven S. DeKnight & Graham Flashner Joel talks to Ned and Brick, and Ned makes all these remarks that they could be gay, but Joel doesn't get the remarks. Andy comes home, and Joel encourages him to come out. While Ned is out, Andy talks with Brick, and tries to come out. Brick doesn't want to listen, and presumably what is felt is that. it is wrong, but they say it in other words. Andy ret

  • S01E26 Bi-Gones

    • August 30, 1999

    ""He Ain't Gay, He's My Brother"" written by Rick Bitzelberger, Tom Crehan, Steven S. DeKnight & Graham Flashner Joel finds out that Ned is lying about having a girlfriend, and they both figure out that each other is gay. They then come up with a fun plan to play with the brothers' mind so that they could come out to each other. When the brothers come back, They find Ned and Joel talking about tattoos, because Joel is a tattoo artist. Ned is thinking of getting a heart on his ass, and shows the brother his ass. Brick questions about the heart, and Joel interrupts him saying that Andy has a tattoo on his ass. He also reveals that's how they met. Brick questions about his tattoo, and brushes it off. Ned fakes on going forward with the tattoo, and Joel offers them a deal, a 2 for 1. But the thing is that Joel doesn't have enough red dye, so Ned accompanies him to get it from his car, but they actually are listening to the brothers and how they act. They then return, and Brick talks

  • S01E27 Four In The Van

    • August 31, 1999

    ""Four In The Van"" written by Jeff Goode While waiting for Jana, Rory gets surprised when Amy steps in his van, and asks how Jana kisses. Rory doesn't want to share it when Amy, and she kisses him, asking how she is. They then talk personal, and They share a secret about each other. Jana steps in, and Amy teases her about something. Rory then teases her (in a good way) that he is going to tell her boyfriend about something. Amy panics, and stops with the teasing. They proceed to go to the movies. ""Bi-Gones"" written by Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight Joan is furious when she finds out that her lover, Samantha slept with Jonathan. She rushes over there, and confronts him. She then surprises Kirk that they went out over a year, and had sex. He tells them that this changes everything. ""The Wrapper And The Rapper"" written by Dina Marie Chapman, Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight Lea's niece, Rhiannon is coming over to look over the college scene. But is shocked when Lea brought also ho

  • S01E28 The Wrapper And The Rapper

    • September 1, 1999

    ""Four In The Van"" written by Jeff Goode Rory gives a lot of thoughtful presents to Jana, but ends up getting ruined, when it doesn't go his way. He is very upset, and Jana tells him that she really likes them. Jana then hurries into the house, getting a few supplies, and they head over to a make out point. ""The Wrapper And The Rapper"" written by Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight Lea preaches to Rhiannon about pregnancy, when she finds Ricky and her making out, because on what happen to her on the previous night about the condom breaking. ""Bi-Gones"" written by Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight The guy from INS calls and Kirk answers the phone. He tells the guy that Samantha and Jonathan is on there honey moon, but aren't actually. Kirk and Joan test Jonathan and Samantha bout each other, and they also come up with the plan to move Samantha's things in Jonathan's place, making it look like a real marriage.

  • S01E29 Bi-Gones #2

    • September 2, 1999

    ""Four In The Van"" written by Jeff Goode Rory wants to please Jana, but while in make out point, they get caught by the police, thinking that Jana is going to get raped. ""Bi-Gones"" written by Tom Crehan The four guys move each others stuff in the others room, and Samantha and Jonathan snuggles close because they are really good friends, while Kirk and Joan, are not getting a long. But Joan and Kirk talks and they get along. ""The Wrapper And The Rapper"" written by Dina Marie Chapman While arguing with Rhiannon, It is revealed that while having sex with Michael, their condom breaks, and she preaches some more about it, and they talk about what if they had a baby.

  • S01E30 The Wrapper And The Rapper #2

    • September 3, 1999

    ""Bi-Gones"" written by Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight Before the INS man come over, Joan tells everyone that she had a job interview in San Diego. Samantha is shocked, and the INS comes over. They all lie about everything, and pass. Joan is about to leave, because it feels that Samantha didn't do anything for Joan, and look at all the stuff she did for Samantha. Samantha tells her that she loves her and don't go. Everyone ends up happy. ""The Wrapper And The Rapper"" written by Dina Marie Chapman Rhiannon dumps Ricky, after they go to a club and he hits on this girl. Rhiannon brings home Ollie (from the first episode, Great Continuity!) and well, Lea and Michael are surprised. Lea and Michael trouble is resolved, previously, they thought that she was pregant because the condom broke, and what seems like she was late, but isn't. But all the baby books that they was going through, they decide to keep it for future references, when Lea is really pregnant. ""Four In The Van"" written b

Season 2

  • S02E01 Handcuffs

    • February 14, 2000

    Dominique/Mona written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by ?? Dominique, and Mona, Identical twins. Dominique, is a hard working, uptight girl, as her sister describes her as. Mona, the easy going girl, and a lesbian. Dominique has a test, and asks Mona what is she is getting for the class. Mona tells her she's getting an A, despite her wildness. Mona gets the idea, to switch places, so Dominique could pass, and Mona could get a car from her parents. Dominique agrees, and they began to switch clothes. There is a catch, Mona tells Dominique that she needs to help her girlfriend Joy, at the PFLAG booth on campus. Dominique is sketchy about this, but says yes anyways. Everything goes find, and Jonathon bumps into Mona thinking that she is Dominique. He tells her that he wants to talk about sex, and she quickly agrees. Its presumably that Dominique and Jonathon didn't have sex yet, and he questions Mona if she is ready. She is ready, and what is seems, she gives him a blow job. Meanwhi

  • S02E02 Identical Twins

    • February 15, 2000

    Dominique/Mona written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by George Verschoor Dominique wants to have fun with Joy, but Mona disapproves. Dominique still wants to do it, and Mona goes with it, but she will go out with Jonathon. While making out with Jonathon he grabs her thigh, and she tells him that she will be right back. She rushes to Dominique who is getting ready for her date with Joy, at reveals that she shaves her pubic hair. She tells her that she needs to shave it off, or Joy will find out that they switched. Cut to Jonathon and Mona who is making out, Jonathon goes down on Mona, and she seems bored. She gives him a few pointers, and she enjoys it. Cut to Dominique who just came out of the shower. Joy arrives at the bathroom, and tells her that she was excited. They retreat to the shower, where they have sex, and it's presumably that it's Dominique's first time. Jamie/Sabrina written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Sabrina arrives at Vanessa's home where she meets

  • S02E03 Crossdresser

    • February 16, 2000

    Dominique/Mona written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Dominique really feels guilty about what she did and wants to come clean. Dominique and Mona tells Jonathon, if they switched, would he have a problem with it. He tells them now, and Dominique almost tells him, but with a backhand from Mona, she doesn't. They then talk to Joy, who surprises them that she knew they switched. Jonathon then returns, seeing that he wants more sex, and Dominique, being her first time with him, tries it out. Joy and Mona laughs about straight love. Kim/Miles written by Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor Still attached together, Hope, Kim's roommate come shome, and Kim tells her to get the key. She does, but she wants to know what happened. Miles quickly explains it, and Hope's friend, Tess, walks in Kim's room too. To find out Miles has slept with Tess, and didn't call her back. She asks why, and Kim wants to know too. Miles explains that he just didn't feel the magic with

  • S02E04 Personal Ad

    • February 17, 2000

    Hope/Alex written by Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor Hope and Tess, from episode 3, have their own saga now. Tess is very excited on a date she has coming up, and tells Hope about it. Her date is a firefighter named George, and is suppose to meet her at her apartment, 15. She leaves, but their is a mix up, when the numbers of all apartments are taken down, due to retouching everyone's doors. George shows up at Hope's place, and she invites him in. Thinking that she is the real Tess, He then gives her flowers, and asks if this is number 15. Hope then goes outside, and kicks her apartment number 12, under a sheet. They start to talk and he reveals that is name is really Alex, and she reveals that her name is Hope, not Tess. He uses the bathroom, and Tess then shows up, telling Hope that the guy stood her up. Hope wants to get rid of Tess, and tells her that a guy is over. Tess then leaves, and Alex returns. He wants to know about how she works. You see, Tess was a p

  • S02E05 Inflatable Girlfriend

    • February 18, 2000

    Burke/Lori written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verschoor Lori spies on Burke while she thinks Natalie comes over, but Natalie is really the blow up doll, and it bursts. Lori then gives up, but Burke shows up. He tells Lori that they could work, and he calls up Natalie. He is actually calling up Kevin, and breaks up with Natalie. Lori is shocked, and tells Burke, how can you break up with someone you really loves, and tells him it can't work. Hope/Alex written by Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor Tess wants to meet this guy that Hope is dating. While Alex is in Hope's apartment, Tess sets the smoke alarm off. Alex, and Hope walks out, and Tess meets Alex. He then tells everyone it's a false alarm, and that he is a fireman. Hope quickly brings Alex in her apartment, and Tess knocks on the door. Tess confronts Hope on stealing her date. and they make Alex choose by a flip of a coin, heads Hope wins, tails, Tess wins. It lands on tails, and Tess is happy, but

  • S02E06 Zit

    • February 21, 2000

    Burke/Lori written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verschoor Burke calls his sister Natalie and tells her that he will pay her $40 to make an appearance. He thinks that she will also go in bed with Kevin as an act, so that he could show Lori that she is actually cheating on him, so they could break it off. Natalie shows up late, and demands her money. Lori is confused, and bursts open the door to find Kevin and the blow up doll. Lori is pissed, and Burke explains that he just knows that she wanted him because he had a girlfriend. Burke is devistated but gets a call from Lori to meet her in the bathroom (which is co-ed if you didn't know this by now), and she tells him that she already has a boyfriend. He is crushed, but is happy when she responds that he is her boyfriend. [This saga ends] Hope/Alex written by Neil Landau, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Tess blows off Alex, because she met someone new, and makes up all these excuses to Hope that she was her bestfriend, etc

  • S02E07 Gonorrhea

    • February 22, 2000

    Chuck/Jane/Peter/Sisca written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Chuck finds out that he has Gonorea, and tells his girlfriend, Jane about it. He leaves, and the guy who she been sleeping with, Peter, shows up. She then reveals that Chuck has Gonorea, and that Peter gave it to her. She asks if slept with anyone else. He tells her that he also slept with Sisca, his girlfriend. Jane wants to find out if Sisca was the start with the Gonorea. Kip/Rebecca written by Neil Landau, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Kip and Owen make up, and Rebecca shows up. They make up, and he reveals the truth about the pimple on his nose. They proceed to go out. Jim/Annie written by Tom Crehan, directed by Matthew Leutwyler There is a huge party at the dorms, and everyone is attending, except for Jim, who is sitting on the couch outside the party. He is also handicap. Jim is visited by Renzo, his friend, who plays with his wheelchair. Renzo picks up a girl named Lucinda who is also g

  • S02E08 Wheelchair

    • February 23, 2000

    Chuck/Jane/Peter/Sisca written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Jane calls Sisca to come over and tells confronts her about the Gonorea. They have a little petty fight about Sisca cheating, but she doesn't admit it. She leaves and Peter shows up. He asks if they want to break up. She tells him she doesn't want to and asks him to sleep on the couch. Sisca calls her other boyfriend, Luke, and tells him that he must of given it to her. Jim/Annie written by Tom Crehan, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Jim and Annie has a date set, but just a few hours before, Annie finds out that Jim is the one in the wheelchair. Jim is set to go, but when Annie was applying her face, she has second thoughts when her friend Carla asks her about sex. She then decides to have a rain check with Jim, who doesn't seem surprised. Max/Cassidy written by Gregg McBride, directed by Charlie Call Monica, what seems to be like to be like Cassidy's best friend, want to break up th pefect couple,

  • S02E09 Spring Fling

    • February 24, 2000

    Chuck/Jane/Peter/Sisca written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Sisca as well as Peter goes to Chuck's apartment, with Jane already inside, to discuss their problem. Sisca then reveals that she was the cause of this. Chuck returns home, and pees, and yells. He goes out, and reveals he doesn't have Gonorea. Sisca is upset, and leaves, and Peter follows. Jane tells Chuck that it won't work out, and she hooks up with Peter instead. [This saga ends] Jim/Annie written by Tom Crehan, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Annie decides to go out with Jim, and they have a great time together. They proceed to make out, and she stops. He then tells her why not, and she tells him that she isn't a slut. He thinks that she doesn't want to have sex with him because he is a wheelchair. The reason Annie doesn't want to have sex is that she isn't a slut, and he just assumed that she would have sex with him. She leaves. Max/Cassidy written by Gregg McBride, directed by Charlie Call M

  • S02E10 Butler

    • February 25, 2000

    Max/Cassidy written by Gregg McBride, directed by Charlie Call Bonnie finds out that Cassidy told Max to go with her to the dance, called the ""Spring Fling"", just so that he could have sex with Cassidy. He rushes off, but Max chases after her, and tells her that he went with her not Bonnie. They kiss, and Monica, is happy that the perfect couple is breaking up, so that she could have Max all to herself. Jim/Annie written by Tom Crehan, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Renzo leaves Jim in Annies's room, and she questions him on what he is doing there. He reveals that Renzo stole his wheelchair and she laughs about it. He then apologize saying that he was a jerk for yesterday, and reveals that it's his first time to be with a girl after the accident. She then reveals that she was also nervous because she wasn't quite to sure if his penis still could function correctly. They presumably hook up, and they have sex. Renzo peeks in the room and cheers out in the hall when he helped a fell

  • S02E11 Sexual Fantasies

    • February 28, 2000

    Devon/Rick, Mareth/Josh written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by David Fickas Rick acts out his role, and it is revealed that Devon is allergic to seafood products. Josh calls Mareth over, and she cooks up a storm. Josh tells Rick to keep Devon busy, and he does. Devon figures out that Rick is not a butler. They talk, and she hits on him. She also reveals that she was just doing her friend a favor, so Josh wouldn't bother her or her friend anymore. The food is ready, and Devon asks Rick to eat, in which he does. Rick and Devon leaves, and Josh is devistated that Rick took Devon home. Josh complains to Mareth that he took his girl. They look at each other and they presumably has sex. Casey/Megan written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by David Fickas Casey (a guy now!) and Megan's sex life is going nowhere. So Renzo (From the last episode) tells him that they should play sexual games. Casey surprised Megan with Strip Battle Ship (so lame), and Renzo hears the commotion in

  • S02E12 Episode 212

    • February 29, 2000

    Casey/Megan written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by David Fickas Casey and Megan is ready to play out their fantasies but they decide to go out for dinner first. Renzo then comes back with Lucinda, and he notices the paper untouched. He then decides to look what they wrote, which was really lame, so he decides to write up his own fantasies. Lucinda is all worked up, but leaves, and Renzo leaves too. Casey and Megan comes home, and they try out a fantasy. Casey picks the first fantasy and it is Megan should massage Casey's cheeks (not the butt!) with her feet (which is really funny!). Megan than picks up one, where it says to paint a circle around Casey's nipples with red lipstick. Casey then picks another one, where it says that Casey should throw baloney at Megan while she sings the National Anthem. They do it (which is super funny), and she reveals that she only did this stuff because she loves him, they fight and she storms out. Devon/Rick, Mareth/Josh written by Steven

  • S02E13 Episode 213

    • March 1, 2000

    Casey/Megan written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by David Fickas Casey finds out that all the fantasies they performed was Renzo. Casey then finds Megan, and they argue. He finds a list that she wrote, about his bad acts. He is really upset and tells Renzo about it. Renzo spies at Megan in the bathroom, and she sees him. He then gets caught, and he explains that it was his fantasies they were acting out, and that Casey found the list. Megan rushes back to him and they make up, and they decide to be a couple again. Brad/Katrina, Ruddy/Allison, Jamie/Vanessa written by Tom Crehan, directed by David Fickas Brad and Ruddy decides to try the horror movie experiment, and it works. But it doesn't raises Katrina's hormones up, but it makes her scared. The movie features spiders, which she is afraid of because she almost died from a Black Widow. Ruddy then makes a comment on how she is not giving loving to Brad anyway, and they argue, and the girls leave. Devon/Rick, Mareth/Josh wr

  • S02E14 Episode 214

    • March 2, 2000

    Devon/Rick, Mareth/Josh written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by David Fickas They decide to try Devon's plan, and while with each other, Devon talks about Rick, and Vice Versa. Over dinner, they decide not to do it but rather be with the original pair. [This saga ends] Brad/Katrina, Ruddy/Allison, Jamie/Vanessa written by Tom Crehan, directed by David Fickas Ruddy brings Jamie over, and forces him to be single around the sluty girls that he brings home. They are watching the horror movie, and strange stuff is happening. It turns out that it was Allison and Denise, scaring Brad and Ruddy back. Denise hears voices in the closet, and is upset when she finds the three slutly girls locked in there. Milo/Kitty, written by Kate Rosen, directed by David Fickas Dale and Kitty's sex life is going bust, like most of the couples potrayed on this show. Kitty then talks to Milo, a writer for the schools paper and collabrates with him to write and article. They go back to her dorm room, and Kitty's

  • S02E15 Episode 215

    • March 3, 2000

    Brad/Katrina, Ruddy/Allison, Jamie/Vanessa written by Gregg McBride & Kate Rosen directed by David Fickas The guys tries to apologize to the girls. Each couple goes to another part of the house, where they talk. All but Brad/Katrina make up. Katrina catches Jamie/Vanessa and Ruddy/Allison, and calls them slim. She starts to explain that Brad told her everything. He then walks in, and Ruddy tells him, why he told Katrina. He explains he didn't, and she reaveals that she was just bluffing. The girls then tell them they will go dateless to the prom. Corey/Bryce written by Tom Crehan & Jennifer Johnson, directed by David Fickas Corey and Bryce are this pretend couple that won in this game show called ""The Love Nest."" They are accompained by Donny, the photographer/reporter. Donny forces them to be in bed, where they he asks them to kiss for the photograph. They kiss, and things start to get intimate. He then leaves, as they presumably have sex, undercover. Milo/Kitty, written by

  • S02E16 Episode 216

    • March 7, 2000

    Brad/Katrina, Ruddy/Allison, Jamie/Vanessa written by Gregg McBride & Kate Rosen directed by Danny Salles The girls, decides to call Denise (a.k.a. Double D.) and asks her about the truth. She tells them that nothing happened... with her. Katrina then puts her down, and we find out that it was Katrina that gave the nick name ""Double D."" in the first place. Denise tells them it wasn't easy for her to survive the fourth grade, especially being developed early. They somewhat forgives her. The guys then talk about how they should just get laid, since their girlfriends dumped them. Denise then gets a call from Brad, who tells her that they will be having a ""underwear"" party. Allison gets an idea, and tells Denise to accept. Milo/Kitty written by Kate Rosen, directed by Danny Salles Milo is upset that he found Kitty with Dale, and Eileen, tries to clue him in that she could be a girl for him. That's when Kitty comes, and asks to talk to him. Eileen calls him stupid. Their was a sub

  • S02E17 Episode 217

    • March 8, 2000

    Brad/Katrina, Ruddy/Allison, Jamie/Vanessa written by Gregg McBride, directed by Danny Salles The guys are set for the underwear party, only to find their girlfriends there. They are surprised, and the girls decide to go naked, and asks them to do the same. The emerges in robes and takes pictures of their willys. Other girls then start to take pictures of them, and their girlfriends tell them that they had to be taught a lesson. The pictures then will appear on the internet. Everyone then leaves, except the guys. Dominique/Pilar, Jonathan/Mona written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by Danny Salles Dominique is trying to be like her sister Mona. Dominique and Joy becomes friends, and Mona and Jonathan becomes friends as well. Mona and Joy are playing a game of Othello, and Pilar, Joy's new roommate shows up. It is revealed that Pilar is bi. Mona is interested, but Pilar isn't. Pilar then spots Mona and Jonathan talking, and he leaves. Pilar sheds an interest, and Mona tells him tha

  • S02E18 Episode 218

    • March 9, 2000

    Dominique/Pilar, Jonathan/Mona written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by Danny Salles Mona tells Jonathan the truth, and Mona and Jonathan decides to try out their relationship. Pilar finds Dominique crying, and Dominique tells her what happened. Pilar then tells her to do the same... with her. Ethan/Amelia written by Gregg McBride & Kate Rosen, directed by Danny Salles Amelia is this hot chick from Europe, and he just flew in to meet this guy she met online, named Ethan. Ethan's friends, Josie and George tells him to calm down before jumping to sex. Amelia wants to have sex but is nervous, so Ethan tells Josie to give her some advice. Brad/Katrina, Ruddy/Allison, Jamie/Vanessa written by Gregg McBride & Kate Rosen, directed by Danny Salles The girls, give the lingerie to Denise. Jamie then goes back to Vanessa, and tries to apologize with her. She tells him about not wanting guys, and he reemerges as Girl Jamie (Which was really funny). She tells him that she can accept him as who he

  • S02E19 Episode 219

    • March 13, 2000

    Dominique/Pilar, Jonathan/Mona written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by Danny Salles Pilar, and Jonathan goes to Dominique and Mona's dorm room, where they proceed to go on their dates (have sex rather.) Things go well with Jonathan and Mona, and they do have sex, although Mona doesn't look to happy. With Dominique and Pilar, it doesn't look like it is going to well, because Dominique is straight. Pilar knows that it won't happen, and Dominique questions about her sister. Pilar gives her that look, where she knows something will happen. Dominique rushes back to her dorm room, only to find Mona and Jonathan sharing a pint of ice cream. Correction, Jonathan's and Dominique's flavor of ice cream. Dominique is really pissed, and tells Mona to choose. It's either her or Jonathan. Ethan/Amelia written by Gregg McBride & Kate Rosen, directed by Danny Salles Ethan once again tries to have sex with Amelia, but she reveal that she can't do stuff, without a computer (remember they met online).

  • S02E20 Episode 220

    • March 14, 2000

    Dominique/Pilar, Jonathan/Mona written by Lizzy Weiss, directed by Danny Salles Jonathan is sick of Mona and Dominique are fighting. So he doesn't want to choose anyone. Dominique goes to Joy for advice, and Joy knows that Mona just wants Jonathan as a friend, not a lover. Things cool down with Mona and Dominique, and she tells him she will back off from Jonathan. Jonathan enters, and Mona leaves the room. Jonathan tells Dominique that they need time off, he then jokes about dating a only child, and leaves. Mona goes to Joy where they decide to try things out again, and Joy reveals that she told Pilar to keep away from Mona or she'll put crabs on her bed. Dominique decides to move out, so they could have their space. Dominique and Mona has a panty war, by toss each other lingerie to each other. [This segment ends] Eddie/Vanessa/Jamie written by Jennifer Johnson & Kate Rosen, directed by Danny Salles Eddie comes over where he receits ""Jamie's"" letter, and Vanessa reveals that sh

  • S02E21 Episode 221

    • March 15, 2000

    Eddie/Vanessa/Jamie written by Jennifer Johnson & Kate Rosen, directed by George Verschoor Eddie goes back to Vanessa where he tells her that he really likes her. He then explains he never felt like this in a long time. He never allowed himself to fall in love again, because he had a tattoo after his last girlfriend, who broke his heart. They kiss, and they start to make out, but that's when Vanessa's Dad catches them. [This saga ends] Kim/Miles/Wendy written by Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor Miles runs into his old girl friend, Wendy. Kim knows that Miles will have an ""old friend"" over, but she didn't know it was his ex. When she calls to see how everything is, he tells her, and she quickly goes to his apartment. Kim and Wendy meet, and Kim is upset that Miles didn't tell her in the first place. Wendy then leaves, and Kim doesn't want to spend the night at his place, due to her job in the morning. Renzo/Sidney written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verscho

  • S02E22 Episode 222

    • March 16, 2000

    Renzo/Sidney written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verschoor Last night, Renzo slept on the couch in the lounging area, and one of Casey's friend saw him. Casey who is not mad at Renzo tells him he knows everything, and is okay with it. Casey then explains that he has to write the paper, and will be back later. In Renzo and Casey's dorm room, Sidney is hungry, and Renzo goes to get her some pizza. Sidney finds one of Renzo's love potion that he had made yesterday, and puts it on. She lies on his bed, and tells him she feels a tingle. She then tells him if she doesn't get a kiss, she will lay on the bed, until Casey comes home. He kisses her, and she gets up. Sidney tells Renzo that her skin is burning. Renzo finds a shampoo bottle on the ground, and guides her to the bathroom where they could wash it off. Casey returns to the room, only to find one of the love potion empty. He figures out it is Renzo, and he finds them in the bathroom. He sees Renzo washing his

  • S02E23 Episode 223

    • March 20, 2000

    Laura/Clyde written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by George Verschoor Laura dresses up Clyde before his ""serious"" date with Audrey. Laura gets jealous when Audrey wants to make out with him, in her own house! Audrey tells her to go upstairs, and Laura does... but she watches them on the stairway for their actions. Kim/Miles/Wendy written by Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor A drunken Wendy shows up at Miles apartment, and he puts her in his bed, after she babbles about picking her. Kim comes over, and Wendy steps out. Miles explains it's nothing, and Miles chooses Kim, over Wendy. Wendy leaves, and Miles chooses a song for them, ""I Try"" by Macy Gray. [This segment ends] Renzo/Sidney written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verschoor Casey is quite upset at Renzo, and Sidney explains that girls too like sex. Renzo tries to explain that nothing did happen between him and Sidney, but Casey doesn't want to believe it. Renzo gets upset, and blurts out, that he loves

  • S02E24 Episode 224

    • March 21, 2000

    Annika/Mark/Elliot written by Kate Rosen, directed by George Verschoor Annika and Mindy drops in when Mark and Elliot are talking in the bathroom. She gets an idea for an experiment, to see how far guys will go to compete with each other. She set up dates with both guys. Laura/Clyde written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by George Verschoor Laura returns to a sleeping Clyde and Audrey. Audrey leaves, and Laura is anxious about the results, that will be announced later on durning the day. Denise comes over, and hits on Clyde, which does not please Laura. Denise kisses Clyde and leaves. Meanwhile, Laura leaves for the school to find out the results. She returns home, to find Clyde with all these signs saying ""Laura is the winner"", ""Laura Rules"", etc. Clyde tells Laura that if he didn't miss school today, he would of vote for her. This upsets her, and she tells him that it was her goal to be president. She is really upset at Clyde because she lost by one vote. ""Friends & Lovers""

  • S02E25 Episode 225

    • March 22, 2000

    Annika/Mark/Elliot written by Kate Rosen, directed by George Verschoor ""Friends & Lovers"" written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor Laura/Clyde written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by George Verschoor

  • S02E26 Episode 226

    • March 23, 2000

    Annika/Mark/Elliot written by Kate Rosen, directed by Dale Roy Robinson ""Friends & Lovers"" written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Jamie/Denise, Vanessa/Eddie written by Kate Rosen, directed by Dale Roy Robinson

  • S02E27 Episode 227

    • March 27, 2000

    Renzo/Carla written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Carla is upset that Renzo is masturbating frequently so she decides to teach him a lesson. She tells her friend, Paige, to pretend to like him, while Carla gives him ""stay hard"" pills. Renzo takes 8 stay hard pills (4 times the recommeded doage) and heads over Paige. Just before ripping each other clothes off, Paige stops, and tells him that she needs time to think with breaking up with her boyfriend and all. She leaves Renzo with a raging hard on. He tries to make his hard on goes down, but it doesn't work. Josh/Marreth written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Marreth figures out that she and Josh has too much sex, and they come up with these rules to test their realtionship if it's true to who they are. They do have sex, and she gets upset. She comes up with an idea to not have sex for a month, and if they do break the rule, she thinks she made a mistake. Jamie/Denise, Vanessa/Eddie wr

  • S02E28 Episode 228

    • March 28, 2000

    Renzo written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Casey reveals that someone is trying to make the bathroom single again (men and women seperate) but that's just one of his problems. Renzo's hard on can't go down, and he tells Carla about it. She asks him why don't he just masturbate in to make it go down, but he reveals that it can't go down, unless if he has sex. Carla helps him bag a girl, under one condition, she has sex with Casey. Renzo tries to lure Casey but it doesn't work. Renzo and Carla decide to set up each other and they will strike against the petition by having both men and women in the bathroom. Renzo plans on bring no guys so that he could have all the girls to himself, and that his hard on would go down. Jamie/Denise, Vanessa/Eddie written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Eddie finds Vanessa in Jamie's car, and puts down Denise, by calling her a slut. Jamie wants to fight Eddie, and they make a note durning prom. Denise find

  • S02E29 Episode 229

    • March 29, 2000

    Renzo/Carla written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson It's orgy time, and Renzo notices he isn't hard any more. Despite not being hard, they still attend the ""strike."" Renzo, and Casey, find Carla, and Paige alone in the bathroom. Renzo asks when the others will come, but Carla tells him later. Carla asks the same, and he tells her the same. Thanks to a broken pipe, they are forced to strip in their underwear because it is so hot in there. Casey and Paige can't take the heat, so they decide to ""look for some thing"" to turn it off. Renzo and Carla isn't surprised that they both brought ""bag of tricks"" and they find both find out that they played each other to have what they wanted, more men, and more women. They are turned on by each other sneakyness and They proceed to make out on the floor, and Casey and Paige wants to see how they are doing, but they leave, upon seeing them making out. Josh/Marreth written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robins

  • S02E30 Episode 230

    • March 30, 2000

    Renzo/Carla written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Renzo admits to Casey that it was a mistake sleeping with Carla, and she hears this. Renzo and Carla do not speak to each other, But Casey and Paige set them up to play Casey's bowl of truth (remember Renzo's bowl of fantasies?). They say all this sappy stuff, and one question appears, ""Do you think, Your falling in love with me?"" and Renzo tells Carla yes. In the end, they decide they are right for each other. [This segment ends] Josh/Marreth written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Amelia shows up and Josh's place which pisses Marreth off. Amelia tells Josh to leave them alone for a moment, and he does. Amelia talks to Marreth, where they have a good time. Josh returns home, and Marreth forgives him. With all the thinking he done, he think their relationship cannot work. In the end, they kiss each other goodbye, ending their relationship. [This segment ends] Jamie/Denise, Vanessa/Eddi

Season 3

  • S03E01 Episode 301

    • July 10, 2000

    Jane/Richard written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Danny Salles Jane and Richard are step brother and step sister. They have a lot of sexual attraction between them, but are interrupted by Kurt, Jane's tutor, and Audrey, Richard's tutor for school. Both Audrey and Kurt, think they will make out or even have sex, but both Jane and Richard don't want to. Audrey and Kurt leave, and Jane and Richard, snuggle in bed, complaining about their parents, saying that they fell in love first. Kurt scrambles into his own bed room, when Annie, their mom, tells them good night. Jane and Kurt look at each other (joint rooms, bathroom in the middle) wanting each other. Elvis/Susie/Sam written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew Susie gets help from this guy named Elvis on her painting. She complains that she sucks, and he teaches her to use her hand rather than the brush. They proceed to have sex right after. Susie tells her friend, Andrea about it, and says Elvis is th

  • S03E02 Episode 302

    • July 11, 2000

    Elvis/Susie/Sam written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew The three decide to talk things over, and she tells them if she could maybe date both of them. She is shocked when they both say yes, but who will Susie get tonight? They decide over a game of pin ball, and Elvis wins. Doing some foreplay, Susie asks about the relationship, and Elvis reveals it's good because commitment wise, no one really cares about it. That's when she explodes. Sex. Is that all she means to him? Sex? Well, Susie goes to Andrea for advice, and Susie decides to call Sam over to prove that she wants to be... boyfriend... girlfriend... and boyfriend. Jane/Richard written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Danny Salles Jane decides to make a plan where they could date Kurt, and Audrey so that they could be secretly dating each other, while everyone think that they will be seeing Kurt or Audrey. Zia/Helen/Beth written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Paula Goldberg Zia confronts Helen abou

  • S03E03 Episode 303

    • July 12, 2000

    Jane/Richard written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Danny Salles The plan doesn't go so well, since Kurt decides to have a double date. They decide to order pizza, leaving Kurt and Audrey alone. You see, Kurt and Audrey made their own plan, of having sex with Jane and Richard, but it doesn't go to well. While playing with these sex dice, it goes to far, and Richard and Jane decide to have a talk in their bathroom. Audrey finds a picture of Jane and Richard kissing. Jane and Richard make up, saying that they only can love each other, and they end up kissing. That's when Kurt and Audrey catches them. They try to explain but Kurt and Audrey calls it gross, and decides to 'break up' with them (they were loosely going out for a day or so). Elvis/Susie/Sam written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew Elvis, Susie, and Sam decides to go out on a date, and all goes well. They are ready for sex, but they don't know how to start it. They end up kissing Susie, and

  • S03E04 Episode 304

    • July 13, 2000

    Elvis/Susie/Sam written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew They make a rule that all three must be present in order to have sex, but they break it, when Elvis goes to a study break. He finds out about it, and breaks up with Susie and Sam. But this is all new to them, and Elvis returns, saying that he wants to try it out, and they welcome him back into the relationship. [This segment ends.] Jane/Richard written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Danny Salles Jane and Richard decide to have sex, but cannot due to all the weirdness of being step brother, and step sister. [This segment ends.] Zia/Helen/Beth written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Paula Goldberg Beth goes for another kill with Helen, but Helen clues her in that she loves Zia. As this segment ends, Helen and Zia share a kiss. [This segment ends.]

  • S03E05 Episode 305

    • July 17, 2000

    Lucy/Leo/Thea written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Paula Goldberg Lucy wants sex, but they only thing is she is a virgin, and it doesn go to well with guys finding out she is a virgin. So her friends, Thea, and Diane decides to bribe a guy, named Leo to have sex with her first. Paula/Jim written by Katy Ballard & Damon Lindelof, directed by Tim Andrew Kurt, and his brothers Michael, The Jock, and Jim, The Dork, are very excited when Paula, an old school friend, decides to stay over when her older sister wanted to check out some colleges over there. Michael, Kurt, and Jim fights over Paula, and every second he has, he reminds them that they are meant to be, because he shared his first kiss with her. Kurt brushes it aside, and tries to hit on Paula. Michael instists that she could take his room. Kurt reminds Michael about his slutty girlfriend, Kimmy, and that's when she walks in. Kimmy reminds him about their date, and they are off. Jim some how manages to get Kurt out of the

  • S03E06 Episode 306

    • July 18, 2000

    Paula/Jim written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Paula reveals to Jim that she has a crush on Michael. She wants Jim to help her get Michael, and he tells her that he is really into sex, so he should try that. Jim sends for Michael, and she hits on him. They are interrupted by Kimmy, when she sees him doing stuff with her. She storms out, and Michael follows. Jim goes back to his brothers, and tries to confront anyone of them, on who set him up. Lucy/Leo/Thea written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Paula Goldberg Lucy finally has sex with Leo, and Thea tells Diane, she might be interested in him. Diane reminds her that if he comes back, Lucy might think he will come back for her. Wade/Andrea/Foster written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Danny Salles Andrea tells Wade about not having sex, and she decides she wants to have sex. Wade decides he can go on, without telling her that he is faking the whole sex before marriage. In the midst of foreplay, Wade decides he canno

  • S03E07 Episode 307

    • July 19, 2000

    Paula/Jim written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Paula asks Jim for help on getting Michael, and he's been really stuborn about it. She then tells him that she needs help kissing, so they kiss. She reveals that she doesn't like Kurt, but wants Michael. Being a friend, he does help her, Although being a good brother, Michael said to back down from Paula, despite having a girlfriend, and that Jim did kiss her first, where they were little. Paula wants to take a bath, so she does. Jim tells Michael that Paula is naked... with bubbles... 4 feet away... in the bathroom, and Michael tells him he has to do ""something."" Michael goes into the bathroom, ""looking"" for his tooth brush, but talks with Paula instead. Kurt comes home, and Jim tells him everything between him and Paula. All of sudden they hear giggles from the bathroom, and they head in, thinking that Michael was doing something. Paula screams, and they say sorry thinking that ""something"" was interrupting her, but Ji

  • S03E08 Episode 308

    • July 20, 2000

    Paula/Jim written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew The three brothers fight over Paula, and Jim tells them that they aren't worthy enough to have her, since he kissed her first. He goes to her and she is upset at him for not talking to her. He explains that how she came, it was almost like faith. She then reveals that she just took advantage of this situation, since most guys she date goes after her older sister, upon meeting her. She too likes him, and it's presumably they go out. It's the last night to stay over, and she decides to kiss each brother good bye. Starting with Kurt, where she kisses him on his cheek. She moves on to Michael, where she forces him to kiss her on her cheek. Pretending he is upset, Michael forces Jim to kiss Paula. It is then revealed to the brothers that Paula chose Jim. After they share an intimate kiss, Paula leaves, and Jim gawks at his two brothers. As this segment ends, Michael flicks at Kurt's forehead, to show his anger at him. [Thi

  • S03E09 Episode 309

    • July 24, 2000

    Dale/Diane written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Paula Goldberg Thea gets these flowers from this guy, and Diane notices that she had sex with the delivery man a few years back, while on vacation. She tries to jog his memory but it doesn't work. Thea wants to give Diane a plan, but Diane is sketchy about this, because look at Lucy. But Thea pushes it on, and Diane agrees. Jake/Ben/Lauren written by Dave Holden, directed by Danny Salles Jake really likes this guy named Ben, and Lauren isn't convinced that he is gay. Jake, Lauren, and Ben talk over their report papers guy in a couple of days, and Ben tells then he'll see them later. Jake meets Ben in the bathroom, and Jake hits on him. Ben tells him that he isn't quite sure if he gays, and leaves it like that. Ben sees Lauren for help on writing his other paper that is due, and hits on her. She thought he was gay, but he reveals, he isn't and was just being nice at Jake. They presumably have sex. Sara/Michael written by Katy

  • S03E10 Episode 310

    • July 25, 2000

    Dale/Diane written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Paula Goldberg Stu and Thea gives Diane the plan, have the greatest sex with him ever, then remind him that he already slept with her in the before, then dump him like a cold turkey. Also in part of having great sex, she uses a hand vibrator to remind him about his probably first and only time of using a hand vibrator for stimulation. Diane then tells him the truth, and dumps him like cold turkey. Jake/Ben/Lauren written by Dave Holden and Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin, directed by Danny Salles Ben's intentions is very clear, he is using both Jake and Lauren to write his reports. Jake is really upset, and tells him to make up his mind. Sara/Michael written by Katy Ballard & Damon Lindelof, directed by Tim Andrew Sara goes over for around tutoring session, and Kimmy reminds Kurt about the deal they made. He doesn't have sex with her, and Kurt will get a cheerleader. Tutoring is not working for Michael, so she decides to motivate hi

  • S03E11 Episode 311

    • July 26, 2000

    Sara/Michael written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Sara teaches to Michael that their is a romantic side, and not always sex. While teaching him, they get too caught up, and they passionately kiss each other. Michael wants to see more of Sara, and she lets him. She is down to her underwear as Michael just stares at her (not in a freakish sort of way.) and that's when Kimmy opens the door, and sees what is going on. Sara leaves, but Michael tries to stop her. Kimmy tells Michael, it's okay because his real tutor is here. Jake/Ben/Lauren written by Dave Holden & Damon Lindelof, directed by Danny Salles Ben still manipulates Jake and Lauren. Ben has sex with Lauren, and she leaves to write his paper. That's when Jake comes over, wanting to explore Ben. But Ben interrupts him and reminds him about the paper he has to write, and Jake tells him he'll write it. Lauren then opens the door to find the two in the underwear and storms off. Jake and Lauren fight over Ben, and t

  • S03E12 Episode 312

    • July 27, 2000

    Sara/Michael written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Michael breaks up with Kimmy, and begs his brothers to find Sara. Sara does, and Kimmy is upset that he choose Sara over her and leaves. Michael tells Sara that his brother thinks it was faith that brought them together. As this segment ends, Sara talks sexy while reading to him, and they share a kiss before the episode is up. [This segment ends.] Jake/Ben/Lauren written by Damon Lindelof and Steven S. DeKnight directed by Danny Salles Jake finds Ben kissing the sluty girl named Renata, and tells Lauren about it. She doesn't want to listen to Jake at first, but she does. They figure out that they were writing his reports, and decide to play a trick on him. When he returns, they give him papers on animals, and they tell him, he should get started on writing his paper. They leave him, forgiving each other, and that a guy will never come between them. [This segment ends.] Dale/Diane written by Erica Rothschild, directed by

  • S03E13 Episode 313

    • July 31, 2000

    Stan/Lena, written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin and Dave Holden, directed by Danny Salles Lena has a crush on her best friend, Stan, who is on a conquest on finding a woman who he had sex with last night durning a party. The only thing that was left behind was a bra, so he asks Lena to help. Lena's friend, Susie (From Episodes 301, etc.) tells her ""no"" because it would only make her get her heart broken when he finds the girl. Out of weakness she says yes, and while in the bathroom, sluty girl, Renata (From the last episode), decides to try it on. She tells her that it's her bra, and decides to show Stan. Lena is talking to Stan, and Renata interrupts them. They presumably have sex. Lena goes to Susie for advice, where she tells her to pour her out to him. Lena sees Stan, and he thanks her for bringing Renata to him. Stephanie/Billy/Cindy/Oliver written by Jennifer Johnson and Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew West Canyon High School had a little ""I'll be your slave auctio

  • S03E14 Episode 314

    • August 1, 2000

    Stephanie/Billy/Cindy/Oliver written by Jennifer Johnson and Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Oliver reveals to Stephanie that he really likes her, but she doesn't like him. Stephanie calls Cindy a back stabber, but Stephanie is just blinded by her jealously. Janice/Carl written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Paula Goldberg (ADD NAMES) Janice reveals to Carl that her apartment is still going under changes, and cannot go home. He invites her to stay over again, and their boss, Jacob calls. He leaves a message that he really likes Janice's idea. Carl is upset that Janice stole his idea, but she tells him she was doing it for him... partner. They come up with the idea, that they will be partners durning this whole business project. Stan/Lena written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin, directed by Danny Salles Renata tells Stan the truth that it's not her bra, and Stan still goes on a quest to find the girl. Meanwhile Lena tries to show her tru feelings, but Stan questions her on wh

  • S03E15 Episode 315

    • August 2, 2000

    Stephanie/Billy/Cindy/Oliver written by Jennifer Johnson and Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Cindy decides to switch, despite being the last slave night. Their is some tension between Stephanie and Billy, and Billy gives Cindy some flowers, making Stephanie a bit jealous. Cindy kisses Billy, saying that she liked him. He doesn't like her though, he likes Stephanie. She blows up, and heads towards Stephanie, and complains about everything. Stephanie then tells her, it's Cindy's fault, because it was her, to told her to switch, it was her to ask the questions, etc. Cindy realizes this, and decides to hook Stephanie and Billy up. They all become friends at the end, despite all the arguing. [This segment ends.] Stan/Lena written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin, directed by Danny Salles Lena finds out that Renata wasn't the girl who wore the bra. Lena tries to tell him, but he already kick her out after seeing that they have nothing in common. Lena admits the truth, and they s

  • S03E16 Episode 316

    • August 3, 2000

    Abby/Charlie, Molly/Lucas written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Gabe, Charlie's best friend and Abby's older brother, tells the gang, Abby, Charlie, Molly, and Lucas, to watch the shark, so that the other school, won't get a hold of it. Molly and Lucas, are fooling around and Molly tells Lucas, she is happy that he is her boyfriend, which makes him nervous. He thought they were just fooling around. Abby's story is that she has feelings for her long time best friend, Charlie, but he doesn't think of her that way. The thing with Abby is that she is a tomboy, so she asks help from Molly. Molly gives her sandals to act ""sexy"" infront of Charlie, but she hurts her leg instead. Charlie tends to her rescue, and after massaging her leg, Abby kisses him. They try to figure out what is in store for them. Janice/Carl written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Paula Goldberg Carl confronts Janice about stealing his ideas, and she reveals she did get the promotion. Carl calls over Jac

  • S03E17 Episode 317

    • August 7, 2000

    ""Dorm Alone"" written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles Justin and Maureen try to have sex in the laundry room, but obstacles stop them. Justin and Maureen meets in the bathrrom, and outside, Scott, and Roxy meet. That's when Maureen and Justin comes out of the bathroom. Scott and Roxy asks their partners, ""who is that?"" Abby/Charlie, Molly/Lucas written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Lucas reveals that he wanted to just fool around because he is stuck on Kimmy (Episode 605, Michael's ex, etc.). Molly gets upset, and tells her trouble to Abby, while Abby do the same. Abby and Charlie talk for the first time, despite ignoring her durning the day. Lucas decides to get some pizza, for their dinner, and while coming back, students from the other High School, tries to steal their mascot. Charlie throws a football, but misses them. Abby picks up a football, and fits one of them, making him drop the shark. The two guys run away, and they celebrate (and not so cele

  • S03E18 Episode 318

    • August 8, 2000

    Abby/Charlie, Molly/Lucas written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Gabe notices Abby's sudden ""girly"" change, and notices the attraction between his best friend, Charlie, and his younger sister, Abby. He decides to stay around, and catches Charlie and Abby in the stake out tent. Charlie defends his love for Abby, and tells Gabe he has to get use to it... that his sister is hot! Gabe understands this, and asks Abby if she needs help. She tells her no, and she resumes with Charlie. Meanwhile with Lucas, and Molly, Lucas apologizes to Molly and tells her that he wants to spend his whole life with her. Molly is shocked, and tells him, ""really?"" he then dumps her, saying ""no not really."" and walks away (BTW, a very funny scene). ""Dorm Alone"" written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles Roxy and Scott find out that Justin and Maureen have been seeing each other behind their backs, and breaks up with them. Maureen and Justin has sex for the first time as a couple, and c

  • S03E19 Episode 319

    • August 9, 2000

    Renata/Victor/Brenda written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Danny Salles Victor's roommate, Les, is joining a frat home, and they decide to kidnap Les as one of their final pledges. The only thing is they kidnap Victor, and force him to be naked. They then carry his wrapped naked body in the laundromat, and leaves him there, naked. He grabs the only clothing he could find... a pink panty. Brenda, Victor's roommate, and Renata (yes, the slutty one) walks in, washing their laundry. Brenda asks, how could Renata be so slutty, and she tells Brenda that she needs some excitment in her sex life. Renata also notices that her pink underwear is missing. Well, Renata, and Brenda finally leaves, and Victor bolts out of there. He runs, and hides from the site of people, to his dorm room. The only thing is, Renata saw him, when he was running back. Abby/Charlie, Molly/Lucas written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew Charlie tries to hard in giving Abby ear candy, and she thinks he onl

  • S03E20 Episode 320

    • August 10, 2000

    Kimmy/Michael written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Tim Andrew Lucas, from the last episode, is dating Michael's ex, Kimmy. Kimmy thinks she's pregnant, and goes to her friend, Gale for advice. Bad enough, she's paired up with her sex, Michael, for a project that they have to do... ""I was a teenage mother."" Michael and his friend, Skeey make fun of the video and it upsets Kimmy. Gale clues Michael in and he talks to Kimmy. Gale reveals to Skeet that Kimmy could be pregnant. Haskell/Keisha/Marco written by Damon Lindelof and Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Paula Goldberg Haskell finds the truth about Marco kissing Keisha, and he decides to leave for his home town, after working up Keisha. (really great scene, he dumps her like a cold turkey... sorry ladies...) [This segment ends.] Renata/Victor/Brenda written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Danny Salles Renata prints all these flyers reading ""Panty Thief!"" and clues Victor about just leaving the panty in the dryer. Victor consults

  • S03E21 Episode 321

    • August 14, 2000

    Renata/Victor/Brenda written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Danny Salles Victor tells Les, about the whole Renata situation, and Les tells him, he wouldn't mind doing that because Renata is a hard person to get. Victor goes into the laundry room, wearing the panty, underneath his clothes, but Brenda asks what is he doing. He tells her he is washing clothes, and she leaves. Renata forces him to wear another lingerie piece, and tells him to shave his legs. He manages to convince her to meet her in his room, because he has this amazing lingerie she will love. Victor returns his room, and asks if Les wants Renata. Les says yes, and Victor throws him the shaving cream. Renata comes into the room, and ""Victor"" tells her that he shaved his legs, and she starts to feel them. Renata pulls off the sheet finding Les, and he reveals Victor wasn't into all of this. She tells him, she knew, but He reveals, he is into this stuff. Outside, Victor and Brenda make up. [This segment ends.] Kimm

  • S03E22 Episode 322

    • August 15, 2000

    Kimmy/Michael written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Tim Andrew Kimmy takes the test, and she tells the guys she's pregnant. She slips out that she had sex with Skeet, which doesn't go to well with Gale. In the meantime, the guys decide to do an experiment with their condoms. Dean/Kendra, Frank/Colin written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin and Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles Frank is browsing the newpaper ads, and sees the ""I saw you"" section. One of the ads, describes, Dean, his white, home town, in a secluded area, thinking one way guy. He decides to call the girl, named Kendra. Kendra shows up, and shes black. Dean and Kendra decide to go out, and they come back soaking wet. They change in Dean's dorm room, and they reveal the truth about each other, they didn't picture dating a white guy/black girl before. Nicole/Chuck/Neil written by Erica Rothschild and Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Paula Goldberg Neil reveals to Nicole that he is bi, and was giving Nicole all

  • S03E23 Episode 323

    • August 16, 2000

    Dean/Kendra, Frank/Colin written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin and Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles Kendra introduces Dean to her brother, Martin, who doesn't take it very well. Despite all the differences, Dean tries to hard with Kendra, being black and all, and both decide to set their differences apart. They both know they love each other, skin deep. Nicole/Chuck/Neil written by Erica Rothschild and Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Paula Goldberg Chuck tells Neil about everything, and things cool down after Neil and Nicole. Neil reveals that Chuck and he, will move out deciding to start fresh (a block away to be exact), wanting to make new memories. Kimmy/Michael written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Tim Andrew The three guys try their condom experiment, and all of their condoms break. Kimmy comes home from, and wants to tell Michael first. Kimmy tells Michael in the closet, that he isn't pregnant, and out of happiness, he kisses her. They catch him kissing her, an

  • S03E24 Episode 324

    • August 21, 2000

    Mitch/Gale/Skeet written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin, directed by Tim Andrew Thing between Gale and Skeet are going fine, but when Gale is assigned a project with a guy named Mitch, Skeet gives Gale a pager so that he can know where she is, and whom she is with. Mitch and Gale are working on a clay model of ""The Hanging Gardens of Babylon"" (Hopefully I can find a link somewhere for more information on this) and when Skeet start to page her repeatedly, Mitch teases her about it. Gale accidentally spills a drink on the model, and they start to pat it down with their shirts. Mitch looks at Gale, and notices how beautiful she is. Skeet then walks in on them, and asks what is going on. Gale explains things, but it leads to an arguement, and she leaves saying that she might just leave him. Skeet turns to Mitch for advice, and he says, ""Why don't you just page her?"" Nicole/Joel/Elyse written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by Paula Goldberg Nicole's friend, Elyse is visiting her for t

  • S03E25 Episode 325

    • August 22, 2000

    Mitch/Gale/Skeet written by ??, directed by Tim Andrew Gale turns off her pager because she is sick of Skeet paging her all the time. Mitch admits to Gale that he likes her, and he wants her to like him back. She doesn't want to ruin things between Skeet and her, because she had a crush on Skeet for so long now. Mitch still pressures her, and he kisses her. Gale turns on her pager and she gets a page from Skeet. Next thing they know, Skeet is coming upstairs. Mitch leaves due to the weirdness in the air. Skeet then gives Gale a cell phone, a picture of himself, and his class ring. Mitch yells from downstairs wanting to finish their project, and he comes back upstairs. Skeet decides to stick around, and Mitch starts to compete with Skeet over Gale, and Mitch finally gives up and leaves. Skeet knew Mitch had a thing for Gale, and confronts to Gale. She denies it, and tells him they have to finish the project and she leaves. She then meets up with Mitch again, and they start t

  • S03E26 Episode 326

    • August 23, 2000

    Nicole/Joel/Elyse written by Jennifer Johnson and Erica Rothschild, directed by Paula Goldberg Joel does have a thing with Elyse, but she kicks him out before midnight, making Nicole the winner. The plus side is that Elyse asked Joel if she could ""see"" or have sex with him tomorrow again. Nicole reminds Joel he needs to set up a date with a hot looking guy for her from work. Dean/Kendra, Frank/Colin written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin, directed by Danny Salles Martin gets the fact that Kendra and Dean are perfect for each other. While on dates with the others, Both Dean and Kendra figure out that they still love each other and decides to get back. Martin shows that he is okay with it. Meanwhile to say that he is sorry, Colin decides to print an ""I'm sorry ad."" Frank sees it and they make up. Frank tells Colin he is ready to show more PDA. They are ready to have sex, Frank wants to put on the don't disturb sign, but meets Dean and Kendra outside kissing. Dean and Kendra man

  • S03E27 Episode 327

    • August 24, 2000

    Sid/Hal written by Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew Hal is convinced his friend Sid is gay and is in love with him. Hal confronts Sid about it, but Sid just kisses him instead, saying their is no word to explain what he feels for him, just a kiss will do. Hal's screenplay was choosen to be performed in front of the whole school, and Mitch, Gal's (Hal's sister) boyfriend is choosen to be one of the leads. When Mitch and Hal practice infront of Sid, Sid gets the clue that Hal wrote it based on them. Hal says they have to kiss right after this scene, but Mitch objects. Sid also objects to the screenplay and asks Mitch if he could leave him alone with Hal. He leaves, and Sid tells him he knows about the play, and if Hal performs in it, their relationship is over. Nicole/Joel/Elyse written by Erica Rothschild and Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Paula Goldberg Nicole finally tells Elyse that she liked Dirk, so Elyse lets her have him. Nicole tells Elyse she didn't feel anything bec

  • S03E28 Episode 328

    • August 28, 2000

    Sid/Hal written by Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew Sid goes to Hal and tells him, he's uncomfortable with the play and tells him to re-write it. Hal gets upset and calls Mitch to reherse, and Sid decides to leave. Gale and Mitch gives Hal some advice, and he explains how it's a straight world, and that everyone is freaking out just like Sid. He decides to change the script and leaves for his room, leaving Gale and Mitch. Gale and Mitch start to make out on the pool table, and Hal returns, where he tells them he wants sex, and he wants Sid. He decides to change the play for Sid. ""Code of Sex"" written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles The Code of Sex is still on, and Allan and Priscilla ask each other to have sex. Les and Jenny sees the sock on the door (meaning that the roommate is having sex) and decides to go at it in one of the shower stalls. Allan and Priscilla decides to go for one more round, and Allan notices he ran out of condoms. He heads to the bathroom

  • S03E29 Episode 329

    • August 29, 2000

    Sid/Hal written by Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew Mitch and Hal decides to practice their kiss with the supervision by Gale, Mitch's girlfriend, Hal's sister. When they are about to kiss, Sid walks in and interrupts them. Sid still want to talk about the play, and doesn't want anyone to find out that he is gay because of all the pressure, but Hal tells him it will done with over a second. Sid is still pressuring Hal, but Hal tells him when will Sid admit to himself that he is gay. Sid finally admits to himself, and decides Hal not to change the play. Nicole/Ryan written by Dave Holden, directed by Paula Goldberg Nicole tells Elyse how she faked telling Ryan about not having the Big O. Ryan decides to make Nicole have the Big O, and she reveals she did have the Big O all of the times they had sex, and Ryan decides not to have sex with her after she revealed the truth. He decides to sleep on the couch tonight. ""Code of Sex"" written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles

  • S03E30 Episode 330

    • August 30, 2000

    Sid/Hal written by Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew Someone leaked to the whole school/PTA that the school play is a story about two friends finding themselves... together... or in simplest terms, a gay love story. This sent the whole school/PTA in a frenzy, and actually had some students as well as adults protesting. Hal is worried that Sid might freak out and back out of their relationship. Hal is surprised, when Sid tells them (including Mitch, and Gale) he leaked it. Gale and Mitch leaves, while the two figure out their other possibilities. Sid is convinced he is confident about life, and decided that last night, he felt alive/himself for the first time. Hal calls the drama teacher (who seems to be the director of the play) and tells him about the current situation. Hal tells Sid, Mitch, and Gale about the cancelation of the play, and reveals that the teacher has the ""hookups."" Hal's play will be developed for the small stage, and he will still get the scholorship. [This

Season 4

  • S04E01 Episode 401

    • January 22, 2001

    Robert/Bobbi written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Robert moves into a new dorm room only to find out that they misprinted his roommates name who turns out to be a girl named Bobbi. Bobbi is very sassy, and rich, and tries to coup with Robert, while they try to work out with the housing department. They get on each others nerve on the first night and Robert separates the room in half. He stays on his side, while Bobbi stays on her side. ----------------------------- Maggie, Lisa/Damon written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Tim Andrew Maggie is shocked when he friend, Lisa, boobs has grown. The problem is that Maggie feels uneasy about her size and talks to Lisa about it. They decide to get it from a guys POV, and Damon, Lisa's boyfriend, talks how guys love it. Maggie leaves the room, and Lisa and Damon proceed to make out. Maggie announces she is leaving, and Lisa decides to walk her out. While Damon is nibbling on Lisa's neck, she searches

  • S04E02 Episode 402

    • January 23, 2001

    Randy/Gil/Alice/Marguerite written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Marcus Spiegel Randy double checks with Gil, if asking Marguerite out is fine with him. Gil has no problem with it. Randy asks Marguerite out, then asks Alice out, whom he secretly likes. Alice isn't sure Randy is ready for polyamory. ------------------------------- Lisa/Damon, Maggie/Ray written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Tim Andrew Lisa gives Maggie fake breasts to pad her bra with. Damon's cousin, Ray, is introduced to her, and they start to hit it off. Maggie isn't quite ready because of her breasts. She then tells Ray that it's her first time, with all of this, and he reveals it's his first time too. They don't do anything sexual but talk instead. Maggie then goes to Lisa for advice again. ------------------------------- Robert/Bobbi written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Bobbi puts up a curtain to divide their room in half. Robert, hears a buzzing sound,

  • S04E03 Episode 403

    • January 24, 2001

    Maggie/Ray, Lisa/Damon written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Tim Andrew Damon and Ray come over for the double date with Lisa and Maggie. No one knows what to do, so the two couples just split off to make-out. While Maggie and Ray are making out on her bed, Maggie's fake breasts begin to become exposed. Maggie runs to Lisa for advice and Lisa tells Maggie she should decrease her breast size a little at a time so Ray will never notice. As Maggie continually leaves Ray to ""freshen up"", Ray notices that Maggie has gotten smalled suddenly. He freaks out and then Maggie comes back to the room as her normal, flat-chested self. Ray flips out and leaves, leaving Maggie to believe Ray was only into her for her breasts. ----------------------- Robert/Bobbi written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Robert tells Bobbi he has a hott date, so she wants to help him prepare. She picks out nice clothes for him, teaches him to dance, and then the two talk about family m

  • S04E04 Episode 404

    • January 25, 2001

    Lisa/Damon, Maggie/Ray written by Steven S. Deknight, directed by Tim Andrew Maggie is still moping over Ray. She tells her brother Paul that she really liked him, but Paul says Ray is a jerk. Lisa tells Maggie that she can be sexy without the fake breasts and proves this by having Damon come in to look at Maggie in her underwear. Damon gets turned on and then Lisa takes him out of the room. Then, they plot to get Ray and Maggie back together. Lisa brings Maggie to a closet and Damon brings over Ray. He pushes Ray in the closet and then Damon and Lisa lock the two of them in until they talk. Finally, Ray confesses that although he came off as a jerk, he is a sensitive guy who likes more than just breasts. Maggie feels thrilled to have such a wonderful boyfriend and then they make out. (This saga ends) ------------------ Robert/Bobbi written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Dale Roy Robinson Bobbi and Robert talk about last night. They both apologize and Bobbi tells Robe

  • S04E05 Episode 405

    • January 29, 2001

    Caroline, Maggie/Ray written by Elise Allen, directed by Tim Andrew Maggie's best friend Caroline returns from her Hawaiian vacation. Caroline realizes that while she has been gone, a lot has changed. Maggie has become a completely new person all thanks to her boyfriend, Ray. While Caroline goes to pick up ice cream for them, Ray tells Maggie that he does not want Maggie telling Caroline about their sex life. Caroline returns and says that she feels like an outsider and wants to leave, but Maggie feels sorry for her and has Ray leave instead. The girls do some catching up and talk about boys, particularly Ray. Maggie shows off her cheerleader outfit to Caroline and they get a kick out of it. Then, Maggie asks Caroline to come over tomorrow night to help set the scene for her and Ray. ------------------- Howie, Trudy, Pete, Dana written by Dave Holden directed by Dale Roy Robinson Howie is having a competition for which girl is the most muscular. The winner will recieve a night with How

  • S04E06 Episode 406

    • January 30, 2001

    Caroline, Ray/Maggie written by Elise Allen, directed by Tim Andrew Maggie and Caroline are talking about Ray. Then, Ray comes over and Maggie wants Caroline to hide because she doesn't want Ray to know Caroline is there. Caroline hides under the bed. Ray and Maggie begin to go at it while Caroline is under the bed. Maggie gets up to get something and Ray calls his friend Tim to tell him he won't be coming to watch the basketball game tonight since he's getting laid. Caroline overhears everything. Maggie comes back and tells Ray to go watch the game because she doesn't want Caroline to get caught. Ray leaves and Caroline tells Maggie about what happened. Maggie doesn't believe her and she walks out. Caroline tells Maggie she will prove to her that Ray is a liar. ------------------------ Howie/Trudy, Pete, Dana written by Dave Holden, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Trudy and Dana are talking about the date tonight. Trudy plans to show Howie that she can be totally sexy. Meanwhile, Howie

  • S04E07 Episode 407

    • January 31, 2001

    Maggie/Ray, Caroline/Tim written by Elise Allen, directed by Tim Andrew Maggie confronts Ray on what she heard from Caroline. Ray says that it is a lie made up by Caroline because she is jealous of Maggie. Maggie laughs and believes Ray. The two decide to hook Caroline up with Ray's friend Tim in order to make her not feel jealous. Tim comes over and gets to know Caroline a bit better. Then, Caroline leaves the room for a moment and overhears Tim on his phone talking to Damon about how he is so excited to get laid. Caroline is obviously pissed, but she goes back in the bedroom acting like she wants to go all the way with Tim. She asks him to coach her, by telling her what turns him on. Tim gives her some pointers with kissing, touching, etc. Then, Caroline tells Tim it's time to go, and kicks him out. --------------------- Trudy/Howie, Pete, Dana written by Dave Holden, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Trudy and Howie meet up in the laundry room and she asks him out on a date. Howie is a

  • S04E08 Episode 408

    • February 1, 2001

    Caroline/Tim, Maggie/Ray written by Elise Allen, directed by Tim Andrew Caroline and Maggie are talking and Caroline apologizes to Maggie for accusing Ray. Ray comes over and Maggie leaves with Tim to get something, and Caroline puts her sexy stuff to the test. She acts all seductive towards Ray and starts moving closer to him, until Maggie and Tim come in and they both get angry. Caroline tells Maggie that Ray was coming on to her. Tim proves that Ray called him that night to brag about getting laid. Ray leaves and Caroline and Tim talk. Caroline tells Tim she knows he's the same way because she overheard him on the phone with Damon. Tim gets mad as well and leaves. Feeling bad about that mess she just made, Caroline decides to come clean with Maggie. She calls Ray over and tells Maggie, in front of Ray, that she was the one who came on to Ray. Maggie gets mad and tells Caroline to leave. Then, Ray apologizes and kisses up with Maggie. this saga ends ------------------- Howie/Trudy,

  • S04E09 Episode 409

    • February 5, 2001

    Paul/Natasha, Blake written by Rob Hammersley and Erin Ehrlich, directed by Tim Andrew Blake is trying to get Paul's reputation to be better. He decides that Paul should hook up with the new girl Natasha in order to make his reputation soar. He gives Paul some pointers on how to act. Finally, Blake tells Paul to pretend it's Paul's birthday in order to make Natasha give him a ""special present."" Natasha comes over and she and Paul have something in common... they both like rocks. She's about to go, but Blake breaks out that it's Paul's birthday. Natasha stays a while longer to talk about the wild times at her old high school. Then, Natasha says she has to go back home to do homework. Blake and Paul fight because Paul thinks Blake was trying to come on to Natasha too much while he already has the reputation of having sex with a college freshman in a football field. Blake apologizes and then shows Paul that he took Natasha's ring in order for her to come over tomorrow night to pick it up.

  • S04E10 Episode 410

    • February 6, 2001

    Paul/Natasha, Blake written by Rob Hammersley and Michael Udesky, directed by Tim Andrew Maggie talks with Paul about how she is surprised that Paul is trying to hook up with Natasha. Blake comes in to ask Paul what his game-plan for tonight is. Blake offers some pointers and then gives Paul some condoms. Natasha comes over and her and Paul start talking. Paul isn't making any progress, so he says that his cat died. Natasha stays a while to console him and they start making out on his bed. Then, Natasha sees the condoms under Paul's bed and leaves. Maggie comes in and is surprised to find out that Paul is falling in love with ""the cheapest lay in the high school."" Then, Blake comes over and asks Paul how it went and he lies and says that he and Natasha had sex. ---------------------------- Howie/Trudy, Dana/Pete written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Trudy and Dana are in the lounge talking while Howie is having his safari party. Adele and Penelope are g

  • S04E11 Episode 411

    • February 7, 2001

    Paul/Natasha, Blake written by Rob Hammersley, directed by Tim Andrew Blake continues probing Paul about how the sex with Natasha was. Blake proposes that to make Paul's reputation even better, the three of them should have a tag team. Natasha comes over and Blake leaves. Paul and Natasha talk about the condoms under Paul's bed. Natasha wants Paul to know that she made up all the rumors about her being a sex freak. She says that she wanted a new, fun reputation; but now, all that the guys want is sex. She is glad to talk with Paul about this and thinks he's very trustworthy. Paul is about to come clean with Natasha, but Blake comes in ready for some tag team action. Then, Maggie comes in and Natasha apologizes to her about her cat dying. Maggie is confused and Paul takes her out of the room to tell her that that was just a lie. Blake starts coming on to Natasha and tells her about the tag team idea and about Paul saying he had sex with Natasha, and she feels grossed out. Paul comes bac

  • S04E12 Episode 412

    • February 8, 2001

    Natasha/Paul, Blake written by Rob Hammersley, directed by Tim Andrew Natasha talks with Maggie to find out what Paul is really like. Natasha learns that Paul has lied about everything so far. Maggie says that Blake probably put him up to it, but Natasha is still upset that Paul went along with it. Natasha has a plan... she finds Paul and tells him she wants to have a three-way with Blake and that Blake is coming over now. Natasha asks Paul if he wants to tell her anything at all, and he's about to tell the truth, but Blake comes in. Natasha tells the guys to strip while she freshens up. As Blake's stripping, Paul tells Blake he made up the sex story, but Blake says it's ok since he made up the story of having sex with the college freshman. All the while, Natasha is video-taping what Blake is saying and then walks in the room and basically makes them look like idiots. Natasha shows the tape to Maggie and Paul comes in. He talks with Natasha and apologizes for the lies; he says Natasha

  • S04E13 Episode 413

    • February 12, 2001

    Darren/Amy, Eve/Eddie written by Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew Eve is Amy's costume person for the upcoming school play. They become friends quickly, then Amy's boyfriend Darren comes in. Eve leaves and talks with her boyfriend Eddie. Eddie wants to have sex with Eve, but Eve says she is not ready. She remembers she forgot something in the wardrobe room and as she and Eddie go back there, they overhear Darren breaking up with Amy because he doesn't like who Amy is. Amy feels insecure now that she is alone, so she asks Eddie to stay with her. She tries seducing Eddie and he flips out so he leaves. Darren and Eve talk and get to know each other until Eddie comes running to talk to Eve. He asks when they will have sex, but Eve says she is still unsure and wants to wait. Amy calls Eddie back into the dressing room and she winds up undressing for him. ------------------------------- Trevor/Holly written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Danny Salles Trevor and Holly are wor

  • S04E14 Episode 414

    • February 13, 2001

    Darren/Eve, Amy/Eddie written by Dave Holden and Erin Ehrlich, directed by Tim Andrew Amy wants to know more about Eddie. Eve tells Amy about how Eddie pressures her for sex. Amy says that Eve shouldn't take that from him and should break-up with him if he does it again. Eddie and Eve talk and Eddie asks Eve if she's ready. Eve tells him no and that she would rather break-up with him than deal with his pressure. Amy and Eddie get to know each other better in the dressing room by stripping. Eve and Darren talk and he warns her about Amy's manipulation. Eve doesn't believe him, until she walks in on Amy and Eddie half-naked. Eve leaves and vents her anger out to Darren and he is there to console her, he also warns her not to try and get revenge and turn into Amy. ---------------------------- Trevor/Holly, Emory written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Danny Salles Emory is Trevor's roommate. Trevor asks Emory to help him with the no mstubating for a week thing. Emory hits Tre

  • S04E15 Episode 415

    • February 14, 2001

    Darren/Eve, Amy/Eddie written by Dave Holden and Elise Allen, directed by Tim Andrew Eve is altering Amy's dress an inch a night to make Amy think she is getting fatter. Darren and Eve get to know each other better since the both of them are working on props. They hook-up and this gets Amy jealous. While Darren and Eve are kissing, Amy and Eddie walk by and watch. Eve sees them in a mirror and wants to get them riled up by telling Darren that she wants to have sex. Amy and Eddie are furious and they run off. Eve tells Darren to stop since they're gone now; this gets Darren mad because it's like, Eve is turning into the manipulative person that Amy is. Amy does not want Eve and Darren together and uses Eddie to try and win Eve back. Amy gives Eddie some motivation by giving him oral sex. ---------------------------- Trevor/Holly, Emory written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Danny Salles Emory talks Holly into forgiving Trevor because masturbation is natural. As a matter a

  • S04E16 Episode 416

    • February 15, 2001

    Eddie, Eve/Darren, Amy written by Dave Holden and Erin Ehrlich, directed by Tim Andrew Amy has Eddie try getting back with Eve. Eve, Amy and Eddie are altogether and Amy makes Eddie choose. Eddie chooses Eve, but Eve runs off. Darren overhears the decision and becomes upset. Amy congratulates Eddie, but then Eddie tells Amy that he was being for real with his decision. Amy gets mad and breaks up with Eddie; she heads for her dressing room, only to find out her dress has become so small (thanks to Eve trimming it down every night). Darren, Eve, and Eddie all get a good kick out of it and leave. Eve tells Eddie she's sorry, but they'll never work out. Eddie is understanding and leaves. Darren and Eve become a couple and plan on going to the cast party together. Then, they kiss. (this saga ends) --------------------------- Keith/Scott, Jen/Hank written by Michael Apostolina and Steven S. Deknight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Keith goes to the laundry room where Hank is pressuring him

  • S04E17 Episode 417

    • February 19, 2001

    Spike/Kaitlyn written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew Spike, the manager for the band Meow, is arguing with one of the band members Kaitlyn in his hearse. Kaitlyn is upset with Spike not being professional with his work; after all, the lead singer, Sabrina, is Spike's girlfriend. Kaitlyn and Spike continue to go at it and Kaitlyn spots a leopard outfit in the back seat and asks who it's for. Spike says he bought it for all the band members, but when Kaitlyn tries it on, it's evident that his intentions were that it would be only for Sabrina. As Kaitlyn is taking the outfit off, she suddenly gets the urge to kiss Spike. Then, they make out some more and wind up having sex. Spike thinks it was great, but feels like he should tell Sabrina. Kaitlyn tells him not to do it because if he tells her, she would be devistated and would possibly ruin the band's chances at fame and sucess. Spike agrees to keep quiet. ------------------------------ Keith/Scott, Jen/Hank writt

  • S04E18 Episode 418

    • February 20, 2001

    Spike/Sabrina written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew Spike and his girlfriend Sabrina are talking about the band. She thinks something might be going on between Kaitlyn and Spike. Then she notices a weird bump above Spike's lip. Sabrina thinks it might be herpes. She questions where he may have gotten it from, possibly Kaitlyn. Then Sabrina realizes the more serious part: she was just kissing Spike earlier and thinks she might have herpes now as well. Sabrina says her uncle has a clinic and would test them for herpes. Sabrina also says that Spike must not tell Kaitlyn about this. ----------------------------- Keith/Scott/Mark, Jen/Hank written by Steven S. DeKnight, and Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Keith tells Jen and Hank that his night didn't go well. Jen and Hank start to fool around, so Keith leaves. He runs into Mark in the lounge and reveals to Mark that it didn't go so well with Scott. Keith also tells Mark about the whole

  • S04E19 Episode 419

    • February 21, 2001

    Spike/Kaitlyn written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew Kaitlyn and Spike are in the hearse because Spike is about to tell Kaitlyn about the herpes. Kaitlyn begins freaking out that she may have herpes too. Kaitlyn is grossed out and worried that she will only be able to have sex with Spike now because of the herpes. They continue fighting, but it seems like they are getting turned on by it. They begin to make out. Spike tells Kaitlyn he is going to tell Sabrina that he slept with her. Kaitlyn gets angry and tells Spike that he better not tell this to Sabrina, because it would break up the band. She threatens him that she will tell everyone in school that he has the smallest penis in the school, that way, no one will ever want to sleep with him. ---------------------------- Keith/Scott/Mark, Hank written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Keith thanks Hank for trying to stop Mark from entering the bathroom. Mark shows up wanting to talk to Keith.

  • S04E20 Episode 420

    • February 22, 2001

    Spike/Sabrina/Katilyn written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew Sabrina and Spike are talking in the hearse. While talking, Sabrina notices someone else's bra and calls Kaitlyn in there. The three of them are together and tensions are high. Kaitlyn is mad that Spike told Sabrina that they slept together, and Sabrina is mad that Spike told Kaitlyn about the herpes. The girls are cool with each other, but not with Spike. They want to kick him out of the band, but realize he can get them good gigs. So instead, they have him wear the leopard outfit to school the next day in order to make things right again. (this saga ends) ----------------------------- Elena/Ralph, Angie, Grace written by Erin Ehrlich, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Angie and Grace, members of Chi Delt, are talking with Elena, a pledge, to figure out more about her. Elena wants to be a Chi Delt in order to become a successful lawyer (since Chi Delts have connections with the top law firms). They sen

  • S04E21 Episode 421

    • February 26, 2001

    Sissy, Neil, Belinda, Mandy written by Rob Hammersley and Elise Allen , directed by Tim Andrew Sissy and her friend Belinda are talking about the upcoming play. Sissy notices Neil, a guy that she has a crush on. Sissy gets pissed that Neil does not say hello to her and instead talks with Mandy. Belinda tells Sissy that Mandy is gay. Sissy flips out, but then Mandy comes over and wants to rehearse with Sissy. Sissy and Mandy are rehearsing and Mandy kisses Sissy as part of the act. Sissy is nervous and leaves. She tells Belinda what happened and then goes back to Mandy. Maggie comes by and Belinda tells Maggie what happened. Sissy comes back and Belinda reveals to her that she told Maggie about the kiss. Sissy is pissed because Maggie has a big mouth and now the school will make the assumption that she is a lesbian. ---------------------------- Elena/Ralph, Angie, Grace written by Erin Ehrlich, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Angie and Grace are prepping Elena for her night with Ralph. An

  • S04E22 Episode 422

    • February 27, 2001

    Sissy, Neil, Belinda, Mandy written by Rob Hammersley and Michael Udesky, directed by Tim Andrew Sissy is freaking out that everyone thinks she is gay. Mandy thinks that she is and tries hitting on her, and Sissy freaks out. She's about to tell Mandy that she's not gay, but Mandy tells her that Neil only hangs out with lesbians. Sissy rethinks everything and realizes that if she tells Neil the truth, he will not give her the time or day. Neil and Sissy talk and she tries to hint at the fact that she is straight, but Neil doesn't get the message. -------------------------- Elena/Ralph, Angie, Grace written by Erin Ehrlich, directed by Dale Roy Robinson The Chi Delt sisters are continuing to haze Elena. Ralph is starting to get upset because it seems like Elena is going to extremes just to be a Chi Delt. He is also upset that she is talking smack about him to the Chi Delts. Anyway, they have their date and stage a break-up in front of the Chi Delts. Angie and Grace are excited for her; E

  • S04E23 Episode 423

    • February 28, 2001

    Neil, Sissy, Belinda, Mandy written by Rob Hammersley, directed by Tim Andrew Neil and Sissy are getting closer, but Sissy is getting angry with Belinda. She tells Belinda that she will never have the chance with Neil and than yells at Belinda for starting the rumor. She even yells at Belinda for never talking about her love life (hint hint: she's probably a lesbian). Anyway, Neil and Sissy spend time rehearsing and they even have a kiss. Neil says he wishes that Sissy were straight. Meanwhile, Belinda and Mandy are talking about coming out experiences. Sissy and Neil continue rehearsing and Neil is really feeling her. Sissy has to leave really quick, and Belinda comes in. Neil tells her that he is into Sissy. ------------------------ Elena/Ralph, Angie, Grace written by Erin Ehrlich, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Elena is ready for her final test. Grace and Angie blindfold her and bring in Ralph. They make Elena perform a variety of tasks on Ralph and finally, Ralph won't go through w

  • S04E24 Episode 424

    • March 1, 2001

    Sissy/Neil, Belinda/Mandy written by Rob Hammersley, directed by Tim Andrew Belinda tells Sissy about what Neil told her about how he's in love with Sissy. Sissy tells Neil that she is not gay, but Neil gets angry that she lied to him. He leaves and Mandy comes by. Sissy apologizes to Mandy for possibly leading her on. Mandy tells her it was ok and that she should just talk to Neil. Later, Belinda apologzies to Mandy for starting the rumor. Mandy gets a little pissed, and then Belinda asks her how it feels like to be openly gay. Mandy says it's great and whatnot and basically, Belinda blurts out that she basically is gay too. Belinda starts to help Mandy into her costume and asks her to go to the cast party with her. Sissy lets Neil know that it was unfair of him to only hang out with gay girls and that she should get a second chance. They kiss and make-up and decide to go to the cast party together. (this saga ends) ------------------------ Travis/Mina, Robert written by Amy Wolfram

  • S04E25 Episode 425

    • March 5, 2001

    Eliza, Delaney/Spike Caroline written by Michael Udesky, directed by Tim Andrew Eliza, Caroline and Delaney are best friends. ""The Three Musketeers"" (as they call themselves) tell each other everything and do whatever each other does. Eliza is complaining that her boyfriend is being stupid and just dumped her. Caroline feels bad for Eliza and says that their ""pact"" states none of them should go to the upcoming junior prom since Eliza wouldn't be going now. Delaney tells the girls different: for she has started going out with Spike. She really likes Spike and is starting to feel too old for ""the Three Musketeers"" group. The other two girls try to convince Delaney to change her ways, but Delaney leaves, telling them all to grow up. Eliza tells Caroline she has a plan to show Delaney how awful of a guy Spike is. ------------------------ Travis/Mina, Robert written by Amy Wolfram, directed by Danny Salles Travis tells Robert how he's starting to fall for Mina. Mina comes by and starts kiss

  • S04E26 Episode 426

    • March 6, 2001

    Eliza, Delaney/Spike, Caroline written by Michael Udesky, directed by Tim Andrew Eliza's in Spike's hearse and is hitting on him. She turns on the recorder and starts acting sexually to Spike. Spike starts to give in, but turns back and tells Eliza that she is still too immature for him. Eliza starts to forget the plan and it becomes more of a pride issue. She gets so pissed at Spike that she goes to prove him wrong. She gives Spike oral sex in order to shut him up. She stays in the hearse as Spike leaves.... Eliza calls Caroline to tell her that the plan backfired. She hangs up and then rips up the tape that just recorded everything. ------------------------ Travis/Mina, Robert written by Amy Wolfram, directed by Danny Salles Travis asks Robert for advice on the clingy Mina. Robert tells him to dump her as soon as he gets the room. Mina comes in and she goes back to her room with Travis. Travis tries telling Mina that she is suffocating him, but she won't listen. Eventually, Mina tell

  • S04E27 Episode 427

    • March 7, 2001

    Eliza, Delaney/Spike Caroline written by Michael Udesky, directed by Tim Andrew Eliza retells the story of last night to Caroline. Caroline tells Eliza not to worry and that she will talk with Spike, because they used to be neighbors so they have a bond. Spike comes and Caroline bashes him. He gets pissed and starts to leave, but Eliza and Delaney both walk in. Eliza begins to apologize to Delaney for giving Spike oral sex last night. Delaney is shocked to find this out because she hasn't even gone that far with Spike yet. The girls all realize that Spike is an awful man and make a plan to do something with him. They grab a pair of scissors and start to cut off his clothes, leaving him in his underwear. He leaves. The girls discuss their relationship and Delaney says that she doesn't want to do the three musketeer thing anymore. Eliza and Caroline decide to stick together. (this saga ends) ------------------------ Joel/Cassie/Carl Chuck/Lonnie written by Dave Holden, directed by Dann

  • S04E28 Episode 428

    • March 8, 2001

    Winona/Josh, Stanley, Christina/Robby written by: Elise Allen and Dave Holden, directed by: Tim Andrew It's after school detention in the auditorium and there are 5 people there. Robby and Christina, who are punk-rockers that are dating, Winona and Josh, who seem to like each other, and Stanley, a rich, preppy guy who once dated Christina. It seems like things ended on a bad note between Stanley and Christina because they are constantly bickering. The possesive Robby thinks something is up and tries to catch Christina with Stanley. Meanwhile, Christina and Stanley are talking in the dressing room and they reveal to each other that they never got over the relationship, and they kiss. Robby walks in and tells Stanley to back off. Christina says the kiss meant nothing and it was to just play with Robby's mind. Christina and Robby go off somewhere to make out, and it makes Stanley jealous. ----------------------------------------- Chuck, Joel/Cassie/Carl written by: Dave Holden, directed b

  • S04E29 Episode 429

    • March 12, 2001

    Stanley/Christina/Robby, Josh/Winona written by: Elise Allen and Michael Udesky, directed by: Tim Andrew It's detention again and the wall that the five teens need to paint is still unfinished. Christina confesses to Winona that a while back her family was rich and Christina dated Stanley. Until one day, her dad tried to start his own business, and he lost everything. The family had to move and start a new life, and it wound up that Stanley was not there for Christina. Winona finds Josh and they team up to get Christina back with Stanley. They spill paint on their clothes, forcing them to change in the dressing room. Christina is upset with Stanley, but Stanley wants to call a truce, and he kisses her. She is down with the truce, but not for the kissing. They break out of the room and Robby sees them together. He gets mad and leaves. ------------------------------------------ Adele/Joel/Cassie/Carl, Chuck written by: Dave Holden, directed by: Danny Salles Adele overhears Cassie arguing

  • S04E30 Episode 430

    • March 13, 2001

    Robby/Christina/Stanley, Josh/Winona written by: Elise Allen, directed by: Tim Andrew Josh tells Winona that he thinks Stanley only acts like he hates Christina (and vice-versa) because they really like each other. Josh tries to play with Stanley's mind by saying that Christina looks at him lovingly. Stanley gets more jealous when he sees Robby making out with Christina. Robby tells Christina that he is going to find out the truth of what's going on between her and Stanley. He talks with Stanley and turns the intercom on so that Christina can hear the awful things Robby will make Stanley say. Christina is pissed and she yells at both of them: Stanley, for saying those things, Robby, for setting Stanley up. Everyone leaves except Stanley and Josh. Stanley tells Josh that he really loved Christina a lot and still does. -------------------------------------- Cassie/Carl, Joel/Adele, Chuck written by: Dave Holden, directed by: Danny Salles Cassie yells at Joel for last night. Cassie decide

  • S04E31 Episode 431

    • March 14, 2001

    Stanley/Christina/Robby, Josh/Winona written by: Steven S. Deknight, directed by: Tim Andrew Winona talks with Christina about last night. Christina tells her that she really loved Stanley and tells her about their first kiss: at a lake house under the stars. Winona and Josh set up the stage to be starry with crickets chirping. It leads Josh and Winona to kiss. Meanwhile, Robby and Christina are fighting again and then he leaves. Stanley comes by, leaving him and Christina alone. Winona and Josh cue the lights and sounds and it's perfect. They both admit their love for one another and kiss. When Christina asks Stanley why he never came for her the night she went poor, he said he didn't think she wanted to see him, so he never showed up. Christina starts getting back to reality and says she doesn't want to fall in love again because it took her too long to get over Stanley in the first place. ------------------------------------- Chuck/Angie, Grace, Joel written by: Steven S. Deknight,

  • S04E32 Episode 432

    • March 15, 2001

    Stanley/Christina/Robby, Josh/Winona written by: Elise Allen and Steven S. Deknight, directed by: Tim Andrew Winona and Josh try to get Christina to tell Stanley how she really feels. Josh keeps Robby occupied wile Winona sets Stanley up in a bear suit, to pretend to be Robby. Stanley waits in the dressing room dressed in the bear suit, when Christina enters. She thinks it's Robby and tells him that she really loves Stanley and is sorry for hurting Robby. Stanley takes the costume off and tells her he feels the same way. They kiss and Robby comes in. Christina tells him the truth and he accepts it. He leaves, bitter. Then, Christina learns that Stanley kept the other half of their necklace that spells: FOREVER. The two are so happy to be united once again and continue to kiss. (this saga ends) -------------------------------- Chuck, Angie, Grace, Lonnie written by: Steven S. Deknight, directed by: Danny Salles Angie's plan for tonight: sex up Chuck and leave him hanging. She does thi

  • S04E33 Episode 433

    • March 19, 2001

    Adam/Sally, Red/Peggy written by: Erin Ehrlich, directed by: Tim Andrew Adam and Sally are best friends. They are studying for some tests and stuff and decide to check out Sally's sister, Peggy's, ""sex-shop."" They steal some edible undies and try eating them. Peggy and her boyfriend Red come back and start to make out. Sally and Adam discuss the upcoming dance. Adam wants to ask Jenny and Sally wants to go with Russell. Peggy comes to Sally's room and yells at her for going through her stuff. Later, Sally and Adam want to practice kissing so they don't look like fools in front of their dates. ---------------------------------- Chuck/Grace, Angie, Joel written by: Steven s. Deknight, directed by: Danny Salles Grace feels bad about what happened last night. She wants to give Chuck a second chance. She even tells off Angie to be with Chuck! Meanwhile, Chuck is trying to get with a girl, but no one will give him a chance. Not even Penelope! Grace meets up with Chuck and they're going to ha

  • S04E34 Episode 434

    • March 20, 2001

    Adam/Sally, Red/Peggy written by: Michael Udesky, directed by: Tim Andrew Sally talks with Peggy about guys. Peggy tells Sally that being with a guy is the greatest. Sally goes back to her room with Adam. They continue practicing sex for their dates. They kiss different parts of their bodies. Adam gets ""excited"" and goes to the bathroom. He talks with Red, who tells him to tell Sally how he feels. Adam and Sally talk more about the dance, but Adam never gets the chance to let Sally know how he feels. ----------------------------------- Chuck/""Farmer"" Melissa, Joel written by: Steven S. Deknight, directed by: Danny Salles Chuck is desperate for some loving, but no woman is giving him the attention. Joel tells him to keep looking, and then ""Farmer"" Melissa comes along. She tells Chuck she needs a dorm-pal in order to be an RA next year, and since no other girl is willing to partner with Chuck, he's her last hope. She agrees to hang out with him to make it seem like he got his game back,

  • S04E35 Episode 435

    • March 21, 2001

    Adam/Sally, Peggy/Red written by: Erin Ehrlich and Michael Udesky, directed by: Tim Andrew Sally is ready to continue ""sex-ucation"" with Adam. Adam really wants to let her know that he likes her, but she is more concerned if Adam asked Jenny to the dance yet. He hasn't, but then he calls her and tells her to go with him. Then, Adam and Sally talk about their dates' sex history. They both know that Russell has had sex, as well as Jenny. Adam steals a condom from Red's bag and gets caught. Red and Adam go to the bathroom and Red says he thinks it was cute that Adam wanted a condom, but he warns him that it could expire. Adam and Sally look at the condom and then practice kissing again. Sally gets an e-mail from Russell and it says he got a limo and hotel room for her and Adam and Jenny for after the dance. Adam leaves bummed out. --------------------------------- Chuck/""Farmer"" Melissa, Angie, Joel written by: Steven S. Deknight, directed by: Danny Salles Chuck and Melissa continue to se

  • S04E36 Episode 436

    • March 22, 2001

    Sally/Adam, Peggy/Red written by: Michael Udesky, directed by: Tim Andrew Sally continues to make fun of Adam for whimping out with Jenny. She goes to call Russell to finalize plans, but Adam makes her hang up and tells her that he likes her. Sally freaks out and goes to talk with Peggy. Peggy tells her that she should go for it with Adam because they already have a strong bond as friends, so a sexual relationship could be even better. Sally says to Adam that she wants to give it a chance. They have sex, but things get awkward when Adam leaves. ---------------------------- Chuck/""Farmer"" Melissa, Joel written by: Steven S. Deknight, directed by: Danny Salles Chuck is still trying to put his sex drive back to sleep. Melissa comes over dressed in a revealing outfit and then Joel leaves. Melissa and Chuck start getting close and then she realizes that his libido is back. She gets mad that Chuck never told her the truth, and he tells her it was to protect her. But she doesn't believe it, u

  • S04E37 Episode 437

    • March 26, 2001

    Adam/Sally, Red/Peggy written by: Michael Udesky, directed by: Tim Andrew Adam comes over and things between him and Sally are awkward. Sally goes to talk with Peggy and she tells her that she had sex with Adam. Peggy is floored that her younger sister had sex before her. Meanwhile, Adam tells Red that he had sex with Sally and Red gets jealous too. Peggy hugs Sally and tells her that she will always be there for her. Sally goes back to her room to talk with Adam, but he's not there. He comes back and brings Sally a protein bar, telling him that it symbolizes that they should not change their relationship. Sally is thrilled, but tells Adam that she does want things to change. Adam and Red leave and Sally and Peggy talk. It turns out that Red is talking more with Peggy now, but more so trying to pressure her into sex. Then, Peggy asks Sally what sex is like and she tells her it is great. (this saga ends) ------------------------------ Lucas/Karri/Shelby written by: Dave Holden, direct

  • S04E38 Episode 438

    • March 27, 2001

    Rachel/Spike written by: , directed by: Rachel runs away and winds up in Spike's hearse. ------------------------------- Lucas/Karri/Shelby written by: , directed by: Karri's bisexual, and Lucas and Shelby agree to date her at the same time. -------------------------------- Lindsay, Brian, Gretchen, Donovan written by: , directed by: Lindsay catches Gretchen hitting on Brian.

  • S04E39 Episode 439

    • March 28, 2001

    Rachel/Spike written by: , directed by: Rachel parties in the hearse, but Spike winds up having to take care of her. ------------------------------ Lucas/Karri/Shelby written by: , directed by: Lucas gets mad when Karri goes to the Chi Delt party with Shelby. ----------------------------- Brisn, Lindsay, Gretchen, Donovan written by: , directed by: Brian wants to break up with Lindsay, Donovan gives Gretchen an ultimatum, and Lindsay kicks Gretchen out.

  • S04E40 Casting Call: Undressed

    • June 22, 2001

    This is when MTV airs a special, behind the scenes on what you could call a 'sucessful' show for younger viewers (a.k.a. soft pornography). The ratings were good enough for Undressed to continue on, as well as to have a casting call. They do this huge casting call, with 100+ people auditioning for four open parts (like Making The Band or Popstars...). They also ask former cast members what was it like, and the auditioners what was their favorite saga.

  • S04E41 Episode 440

    • March 29, 2001

    Spike/Rachel written by: , directed by Spike and Rachel admit how much they like each other. (this saga ends) --------------------------------- Lucas/Karri/Shelby written by: , directed by: Lucas and Shelby decide how to handle their relationships with Karri. (this saga ends) --------------------------------- Lindsay/Brian, Gretchen/Donovan written by: , directed by: Gretchen and Donovan get together, Lindsay and Brian reconcile. (this saga ends)

Season 5

  • S05E01 Episode 501

    • July 9, 2001

    Collier/Pam Pam (Anne Judson Yagher) comes over and Brett tries to show Collier (Brandon Kessel) how to score, but Collier has a thing for Pam. Matt/Tina Matt (Josh Hammond) comforts Tina (Sarah Belsher) after George stands her up, but Tina wants more. ""Intervention"" When Sarah (Julian Nagle) decides to date more than one guy, Wally suggests an intervention.

  • S05E02 Episode 502

    • July 10, 2001

    Collier/Pam When Collier's commercial airs, he hooks up with Hayden. Matt/Tina Tina and Matt have sex, but Matt becomes concerned and confused, and thinks he might be gay. ""Intervention"" During the intervention, the guys convince Sarah she has a problem, so she plans for a ""real"" intervention the following night.

  • S05E03 Episode 503

    • July 11, 2001

    Collier/Pam Brett encourages Collier's new stardom by offering to be his personal handler to keep track of all his women, disgusting Pam. Matt/Tina Matt wants to date Glenn, but Tina still wants Matt. ""Intervention"" The guys try to make Sarah choose between them.

  • S05E04 Episode 504

    • July 12, 2001

    Collier/Pam Collier loses his mojo when the potato chips are recalled. Matt/Tina Tina doesn't want to see Matt again after she walks in on Matt and Glenn making out. ""Intervention"" Sarah chooses all of them, but only Dino stays. (segment ends)

  • S05E05 Episode 505

    • July 16, 2001

    Collier/Pam When Collier admits he acted like a jerk, he and Pam get together. (segment ends) Matt/Tina Matt reveals to Glenn that he and Tina had sex and they break up. (segment ends) Lauren/Tucker/Brad Lauren (Adrienne Janic) poses as Brad's girlfriend so he can get a promotion from his possibly homophobic boss, Tucker.

  • S05E06 Episode 506

    • July 17, 2001

    Tiki/Bart/Chuck Tiki bets Bart she can hook up with Chuck. Sandra/Ted When Lola introduces Sandra to the ""boyfriend,"" Sandra has her first orgasm. Lauren/Tucker/Brad When Tucker moves in, Brad and Lauren get together.

  • S05E07 Episode 507

    • July 18, 2001

    Tiki/Bart/Chuck Tiki convinces Chuck that he's not cheating on his girlfriend if they only have oral sex. Sandra/Ted Sandra comes clean and tells Ted she's been faking her orgasms with him. Lauren/Tucker/Brad Tucker decides the only way he and Lauren can be together is if he fires Brad.

  • S05E08 Episode 508

    • July 19, 2001

    Tiki/Bart/Chuck Tiki gets worried when she finds out that she can get HIV from oral sex. Sandra/Ted After fighting with Ted, Sandra hooks up with Samuel in the gym and has her first orgasm with another human being. Lauren/Tucker/Brad Tucker feels betrayed when Brad comes clean about being gay, but Lauren convinces him to forgive. (segment ends)

  • S05E09 Episode 509

    • July 23, 2001

    Tiki/Bart/Chuck After receiving her HIV test results, Tiki tells Bart they should be together. (segment ends) Sandra/Ted Sandra gets back with Ted when Samuel turns out to be boring and the hamstring machine goes in for repairs. (segment ends) Tucker/Lauren/Molly Tucker asks Lauren if she's ever had sex with Molly for he wants a threesome.

  • S05E10 Episode 510

    • July 24, 2001

    Angela/Harry When Angela finds Harry's notebook, Dawn invites him over to pick it up. Claire/George Claire decides to pledge a fraternity so she can hook up with her boyfriend George. Tucker/Lauren/Molly Lauren tells Tucker that if he wants her to, she'll sleep with Molly.

  • S05E11 Episode 511

    • July 25, 2001

    Angela/Harry Angela gets together with Harry, but accidentally gives him a bloody nose. Claire/George After the gumdrop test, Bear walks in on Claire and George, but Claire denies she's pledging to hook up with George. Tucker/Lauren/Molly Tucker is shaken when he walks in on Lauren and Molly making out.

  • S05E12 Episode 512

    • July 26, 2001

    Angela/Harry Angela blows Dawn off so she can have sex with Harry. Claire/George George tries to get Claire to quit pledging, but Bear admires her determination. Tucker/Lauren/Molly When Molly admits she's in love with Lauren, the threesome doesn't work out as Tucker expected. Tucker walks away, and Lauren and Molly end up together. (segment ends)

  • S05E13 Episode 513

    • July 30, 2001

    Angela/Harry When Angela and Harry break up, she and Dawn make a pact to tell the guys the truth. (segment ends) Claire/George George's plan to keep Claire out of the fraternity continues to fail and he gives up so they can be together. (segment ends) ""Too Good To Be True"" Sarah finds Kyle a date online.

  • S05E14 Episode 514

    • July 31, 2001

    Angela/Jared Angela and Jared hook up while they're working on a school project. Bruno/Nick Rip Berger (Jeff DeJohn) shows up to give Bruno and Nick (Mike Greybeal) their pledge task. ""Too Good To Be True"" Tessa shows up for her date with Kyle and he admits to lying about a few things online.

  • S05E15 Episode 515

    • August 2, 2001

    Kyle/Tessa, Sarah Sarah reveals to Tessa that she was the person behind, the computer. Tessa gets upset, and is about to leave, but Sarah tells Tessa that she was acting under Kyle. Tessa is still not convinced, but Sarah explains that she wasn't acting under herself, and that the things that she said to her, came for an great person, but since that person does not exist, you could fall back on Kyle. Kyle and Tessa starts to get close. Sexual Tension is in the air, after wrestling a bit Kyle tells Tessa that they could get ""really"" friendly. Which upsets Tessa, and she leaves. ---------------------------------- Jack/Dawn Jared/Angela Angela and Jared quickly hit if off, after Jack and Dawn hits it off in another room. Jack and Dawn interrupts Jared and Angela. Angela tells Jared, that they could have sex tomorrow. Jared leaves, but Angela get second thoughts, and she tells Dawn that she isn't ready to do it. Dawn tells Angela that Jared would leave her if they don't have sex. ---------

  • S05E16 Episode 516

    • August 6, 2001

    Kyle/Tessa (& Sarah) Saga: W: Eslie Allen, D: Arthur Borman Kyle tells Sarah that he is done with Tessa, but Sarah, still trying to help a friend, still goes online as Kyle to help him and Tessa. They both decides that it's cool, and Kyle tells Tessa that he is falling for her. [This Saga Ends] Jared/Angela & Dawn/Jack Saga: W: Eslie Allen, D: Danny Salles Jack reveals to Angela that Dawn is bossy and the only reason why that he is with her because they have sex. Dawn shows up and pulls Jack into the dark room to have sex. Angela gets scared of having sex, and decides to work on their project. The only problem is that she has sex on her mind, and decides she wants to do it. But she says no. Then she says yes. When they are about to get it on, Jack comes out and finally sticks up to Dawn, after she comments on how his penis is small and he breaks up with her. Nick & Bruno Saga: W: Dave Holden, D: Tim Andrew Bruno tells Tina that he decided to quit the fraternity. Tina is very pleased,

  • S05E17 Episode 517

    • August 7, 2001

    Kate/Val Saga: Kate and Val are staying at a hotel for their high school reunion and wants to do any guy on the foorball team. Kate tells Val that she will meet her downstairs because she wants to change outfits. Their is a knock on the door, and Kate sees a gorgeous guy, but doesn't remember him, and invites him in. They then have sex. Kate tells Val that she had sex with someone who she doesn't know, so they hit the year book and finds out that the guy that she had sex with was a geek guy named Kenny, or nick named, Creepy Kenny. Jared/Angela (& Dawn) Saga: Angela decides not to have sex and wants to take things slow. [This Saga Ends] Nick & Bruno Saga: Still handcuffed, Nick and Bruno, shirtless, painted ""Manly Moving Man"" on their chest, moves furniture as a part of pledging. Nick is disapointed that Sandy didn't send him any mail, concering the guy. Sandy, Armed with a box of Nick's things, then Sandy breaks up with Nick, after Bruno defends Nick. Nick explains how it's his fault,

  • S05E18 Episode 518

    • August 8, 2001

    Kate/Val Saga: Kate has second thoughts with Kenny and decides to dump him. Val gets Eddie, The star Quarter Back, back in the day, saying that he will escourt both of them. Val starts to fall for Kenny, after seeing how he changed, and decides to go after him. Meanwhile Eddie shows up and tries to hit it off with Kate, but Kate is smarter than that. Eddie leaves, and Kate catches Val and Kenny kissing. Zack/Hayden & Clark Clark gets upset after Hayden, the Head cheerleader decides that she wants his younger brother, Zack. Nick/Bruno Saga: Still a part of pledging, Nick and Bruno is still handcuffed to each other. They are both excited on their double date. Bruno tells Nick that he will help him through his problem with ""getting to fast"" in the sack. They are both step into their dorm room only to find Tina, Lyle, waiting. They're surprise that ""the master"" was there. He dumped a bunch of patches with their frat logo on them, telling them to sew it on every piece of clothes that they h

  • S05E19 Episode 519

    • August 9, 2001

    Kate/Val Saga: Val seeing that Kate still likes Kenny, backs off, Kate finally reveals her true feelings to Kenny and blows Eddie off. [This Saga Ends] Zack/Clark Saga: Zack tells Clark that he didn't have sex with Hayden, and he tells her to come over tonight to have sex. To make things more interesting, Clark, being an asshole that he is, invites Betsy, Zack's first girlfriend over. Clark tells Betsy that he wants to go on a date. She accepts. Clark and Zack ""square off"" as who can be the better person. Bruno/Nick Saga: Bruno and Nick becomes frat brothers of Phi Phi Dell (spelling?) Nick is still upset a Bruno, and Bruno tells Nick that he was doing him a favor. Nick vows to never to speak to him again. It's Tina and Bruno big first sex night, and Bruno can't keep his mind off of Nick. He blows Tina off, and finds Nick spotting Lyle while working out, but he takes it a wrong way, and thinks it as a pass. Nick talks to Bruno, while Lyle escapes them two, slipping into Nick and Br

  • S05E20 Episode 520

    • August 13, 2001

    Zack, Clark/Betsy, Hayden written by: , directed by: Clark and Betsy make Zack jealous and Hayden mad. ------------------------------- Marty/Penny, Hammer/Tasha written by: , directed by: After Marty's date with Penny, Marty sets Hammer up with Tasha. ------------------------------- Clay, Donnie written by: , directed by: Clay announces he's gay and Donnie announces he's straight.

  • S05E21 Episode 521

    • August 14, 2001

    Zack/Clark/ Betsy Saga: Hayden dumps Zack. Clark presses Betsy too far for a relationship and gives her a gift. But Betsy says no, and leaves. While Zack is studying, Clark interrupts him and tells him ""do not enter the bathroom, you know what I mean."" Thinking that Betsy is in there, Zack takes a small peek to see what's happening. He sees Clark, jumping around, hitting things pretending that he is getting it on with Betsy. Zack opens the door more, and Clark is embarrassed. He then tells Zack that Betsy wasn't interested in him, and that he bought a gift for her (thanks to Zack's Hidden 1 Dollar Bills stash). He tells Zack, ""Go get her."" They then turn around to see Betsy witnessing the whole thing, saying ""I forgot my purse."" Zack and Betsy get together for their first time. [This saga ends]

  • S05E22 Episode 522

    • August 15, 2001

    Erica/Chris Angela is mad that Erica's (Autumn Reeser) two-timing her cousin, Chris. Hammer/Tasha Marty videotapes Hammer and Tasha having sex. ""Frat Guys"" Donnie wants to make sure Peter's first time with a guy is special.

  • S05E23 Episode 523

    • August 16, 2001

    Erica/Chris Erica tells Angela she's afraid of sex. Hammer/Tasha Marty blackmails Hammer into tutoring him. ""Frat Guys"" Donnie and Clay fight over Natalie.

  • S05E24 Episode 524

    • August 20, 2001

    Erica/Chris Chris catches Erica with Ronnie. Hammer/Tasha Marty helps Hammer win Tasha back. (segment ends) ""Churn 'Em Don't Burn 'Em"" Beth teaches Tucker about yoga, then Lois arrives.

  • S05E25 Episode 525

    • August 21, 2001

    Erica/Chris Erica won't tell Chris that she's afraid of sex. Owen/Lola Leslie convinces Lola to let Owen model for her. ""Churn 'Em Don't Burn 'Em"" Tucker and Lois reveal to each other that they share the same ideas about dating.

  • S05E26 Episode 526

    • August 22, 2001

    Erica/Chris written by: , directed by: text ------------------------- Owen/Lola written by: , directed by: text ------------------------- Tucker/Lois written by: , directed by: text

  • S05E27 Episode 527

    • August 23, 2001

    Erica/Chris Johnny gives Erica a lesson in the van, then Chris arrives. Owen/Lola Lola's conflicted when she finds out that Owen has a date. ""Churn 'Em Don't Burn 'Em"" Lois warns Tucker not to jump into a relationship too quickly. (segment ends)

  • S05E28 Episode 528

    • August 27, 2001

    Erica/Chris Erica and Chris get back together. (segment ends) Owen/Lola Owen asks Lola to choose between him and Dennis. (segment ends) Monique/Matt Jenny tells Monique that there's a book that will help her get Matt.

  • S05E29 Episode 529

    • August 28, 2001

    Caleb/Debbie Sludge teases Caleb because he's got a thing for Debbie. Glenn/Shanna Glenn shows Shanna where the male erogenous zones are. Jenny/Aaron/Doug Monique arranges for Jenny's ex-boyfriend Aaron to visit.

  • S05E30 Episode 530

    • August 29, 2001

    Caleb/Debbie Written by: Amy Wolfram Directed by: Arthur Borman Caleb and Debbie disagree about celibacy while they're live on the radio. Bill/Leslie Directed by: Tim Andrew Bill tells Leslie about his straight twin, Stan. Jenny/Aaron/Doug Written by: Barbie Kligman and Elise Allen Directed by: Chris Slater Jenny wonders if she's making a mistake in marrying Doug.

  • S05E31 Episode 531

    • August 30, 2001

    Caleb/Debbie Crystal doesn't think Debbie should date Caleb. Bill/Leslie Leslie busts Bill when Stan shows up. (segment ends) Jenny/Aaron/Doug Jenny makes up her mind about Doug when she walks in on him in drag. (segment ends)

  • S05E32 Episode 532

    • September 3, 2001

    Caleb/Debbie While on the air, Caleb sets the record straight about his relationship with Debbie. (segment ends) Shanna/Mike Shanna's worried about her sex life with Mike. So, she asks Glenn for some tips. ""Aromatherapy"" Hannah thinks Martha is oversexed.

  • S05E33 Episode 533

    • September 4, 2001

    Zack/Lee Zack faces a challenge when a football buddy, Lee tells him that he wants to quit the football team after he is sexually confused after dreaming about a kissing a guy. Zack pressures him to stay on the team, and Lee does so. Zack then explains to Lee that his parents are some kind of doctor and the books they have in their room might help. Mike/Shanna/Glenn Glenn gives advice to Shanna and give her a cock ring to put on her boyfriend, Mike. Shanna gives the cock ring to Mike, and he asks who gave her that idea. She tells him that it was Glenn, and he quickly withdraws from the whole cock ring idea. He quickly says he wants to get it off, and leaves for the bathroom. Once in the bathroom, he sees Glenn, and Glenn comments on how big his size grew. Mike feeling awkward, goes into the stall and tells Glenn that he wants to take it off. The problem is that he can't take if off. Glenn then gives him the liquid soap, and poofs, it comes off. Once things calmed down with Shanna a

  • S05E34 Episode 534

    • September 5, 2001

    Shanna/Mike Shanna walks in on Doreen coaching Mike on the ""make-up kiss."" ""Aromatherapy"" Hannah yells at Martha when she finds out Martha used aromatherapy to make her loosen up. Zack/Lee Zack tells Lee that he found a book that he has a woman's brain. Lee is confused, and Zack tells him that their is this test to take to find out what kind of brain you got. Lee agrees under one condition, if Zack agrees to take it with him. Zack agrees. Lee scores a 61, and Zack then explains that 60 is number of points that you have to 'have' a women's brain. Zack then scores a 75, and Lee then teased him a little about it, and tells him that he is gay. That's when Betsy walk in, and Zack starts to act 'manly', and starts to blow every sweet thing that he considers, you know, gay, with Betsy. Betsy gets upset and she leaves.

  • S05E35 Episode 535

    • September 10, 2001

    Shanna/Mike Mike and Shanna get back together. ""Aromatherapy"" Clint gets confused when Hannah's behavior changes as a result of aromatherapy. Zack/Lee Zack and Betsy are not an item anymore. Zack notices that Lee decided to color his hair. Lee is still having trouble about his sexuality, and Zack still wants to help him, by how your heart rate goes, when kissing other people. Zack brings two kissing subjects, a guy and a girl, Finn and Beverly. Zack tells Lee, to do their experiment first. Lee then kisses Finn, and his heart rate goes out of the roof. Lee then kisses Beverly, and it still goes out of the roof. Lee comes out with a good thing, that he is bisexual. Now it's Zack's turn, and he kisses Beverly first, and his heart rate is out of the roof. He was going to kiss Finn, but backs off. The experiment is over, Finn and Beverly leave. Lee still considers himself gay, but he isn't quite sure.

  • S05E36 Episode 536

    • September 17, 2001

    Doreen/Kim When Kim's sister Emily arrives, Kim tells Doreen (Sachie Alessio) she can't tell her family she's gay. ""Aromatherapy"" Martha's out to prove that Hannah just likes sex, even without aromatherapy. Zack/Lee Zack calls Betsy, wanting to talk to her, saying that he is sorry acting the way he did, and they get back together. Zack explains that he and Lee were taking a test about brains, and he tells Betsy that he has a female brain, and that he thought he might be, ""you know..."". Betsy understands, and asks if that's the reason why Lee broke up with her girlfriend Zoe. But Lee interrupts Zack and Betsy, saying that he wants to talk about what happened yesterday. Betsy seeing that they need sometime alone, wants to leave but Zack tries to come up with an excuse to her to stay. But it doesn't work. Betsy still leaves, and Lee explains that Zack is avoiding him, and tells him that he wants to quit. Zack is mad, and Lee explains that he was just scared. But Zack still is mad

  • S05E37 Episode 537

    • September 18, 2001

    Richie/Tabitha, Zack: written by: , directed by: One of Zack's friend, Richie comes to him when he has a problem. Richie's problem is that has a small penis. That's when Betsy and Tabitha walk in and Zack asks about size and Tabitha says she'll take the bigger guy. She then explains that guys always talk about girls with big breasts and they need to turn it around, sometimes. They then have to leave because Tabitha needs to pick up costumes for her kid brother's play, and they leave, but Tabitha quickly adds, if Richie could model the costumes. He agrees, and finally she leaves. Richie really wants to be big, show they order a bunch of things from a catalog (with fast delivery, over night) ------------------------------- Doreen/Kim: written by: , directed by: Kim's kid sister Emily, is still pressing Kim about ""Steve"". But she reveals that ""Steve"" dumped him. Emily then tells Kim that it is okay because the recent person who she just met, and hooked up with has a friend. So they four o

  • S05E38 Episode 538

    • September 19, 2001

    Richie/Tabitha written by: Amy Wolfram, directed by: Arthur Borman The packages have arrived, and Richie is desperate. He opens the first package which is a magnafine glass. Richie calls it a rip off, and Zack opens the second package which is some kind of cream. Richie quickly goes in the bathroom and tries the cream. Zack opens another package to find a Pistol penis pump. A seconds later, Richie screams is heard by Zack, when he rubs it on (it burns) Zack opens the door with Richie's pants down. Zack is surprised, (he said, whoa...) and Richie pulls up his pants. He then tell Richie ""Desperate times, calls for desperate measures."" and gives him a sock. That's when Tabitha show up and Richie goes in the other room to greet her. He hides the stuff, and she tells him to strip down ------------------------------- Doreen/Kim written by: Elise Allen, directed by: Tim Andrew Doreen is still pissed at Kim, and she runs to the bathroom after getting fed up. She goes in one of the stalls and

  • S05E39 Episode 539

    • September 20, 2001

    Richie/Tabitha Tabitha yanks off Richie's pants and gets a big shock. Kim/Doreen/Emily Emily tries to console Kim by bringing Rick over for a massage. Jeff/Holly Amber challenges Holly, saying Holly doesn't know what Jeff needs.

  • S05E40 Episode 540

    • September 24, 2001

    Richie/Tabitha Tabitha and Richie get together in Johnny's van. (segment ends) Kim/Doreen/Emily Emily helps get Doreen and Kim back together. (segment ends) Jeff/Holly Jeff decides which girl is the perfect match for him. (segment ends)

Season 6

  • S06E01 Episode 601

    • June 24, 2002

    ""Loose Lips"", Written by Edmund O'Brien & Sean Carley, Directed by George Mihalka Annette is shocked to find that she grabbed the her brother's shirt instead of her gym uniform. The shirt is so small, so when she goes to put it on, her chest really sticks out. Her two best friends, Tanya and Kate, say that people were looking differently at her during gym class because they think she is a slut. Annette likes the attention, but wants to respect her friends' opinions. As she leaves class, she meets this guy she really likes named Rick. Rick basically only noticed her today after all that has happened. He asks her on a date. She accepts, but her friends tell her it's not such a great idea. Meanwhile, Rick talks with his friend Paul that he is going to get laid tonight. Paul asks with who and Rick tells him it is Annette. Paul laughs and says she'll never do anything with him since she is a geek. ------------------------------- ""Boy With The Hood"", Written by Lee Vaillancourt, Directed by

  • S06E02 Episode 602

    • June 25, 2002

    ""Loose Lips"", Written by Edmund O'Brien & Sean Carley, Directed by George Mihalka Annette and her friends are in the lockerroom talking about Rick. Tanya notices that Annette is wearing make-up and she says make-up's only purpose is to make guys want to have sex with you. The friends leave and Annette alters her outfir so she looks more slutty. She meets Rick and tells him to come to her place tonight. Meanwhile, Tanya gets her homework from this guy named Marty; you see, she has Marty doing her homework and she tells him she will have sex with him in return. Anyway- the night comes and the three girls are talking at Annette's. Tanya reminds her not to have sex with Rick because they all made a pact they'd stay virgins together. Rick comes and the girls leave. Rick and Annette start making out, but Annette stops him saying she is still a virgin. Rick gets upset, but Annette wants him to be happy. She says, ""Oh, but we can still taste the fruit because that wouldn't be like having sex.""

  • S06E03 Episode 603

    • June 26, 2002

    ""Loose Lips"", Written by Edmund O'Brien & Sean Carley, Directed by George Mihalka Rick tells his friend, Paul, that Annette gave him a blow job. Marty over hears them, and tells Tania and Kate that Rick is saying she's easy (a.k.a. a slut). While delivering pizza, Rick stops by Annette's house where, he starts to get a blow job, under the covers, and that's when Tania and Kate walk in (without knocking). They asked her where is Annette. Wiping her lips, she emerges from under the blanket. Rick chuckles, and leaves, because of ""his delivery"" (and that he felt shame about this whole thing). Kate and Tania tells Annette, that she heard somethings said about her, and Annette doesn't care because she is tired of being the good girl. She then tells Tanya that it's the same thing of using Marty for doing her homework (earlier Marty gave Tanya a paper, that he wrote for her to turn in), how she uses the sexual force on thinking that she just might give him a once in the life time thing,

  • S06E04 Episode 604

    • June 27, 2002

    ""Loose Lips"", Written by Edmund O'Brien & Sean Carley, Directed by George Mihalka Kate, and Tania ignores Annette, after trying to make peace. She says they are still her best friends, but Tania is very stuborn about it, but Kate misses Annette. She visits Annette and her home, and Annette thinks that she will go all the way with Rick tonight. Meanwhile, Rick has been telling his friends that Annette is just shining his shoe. Rick arrives at Annette's home, and while she tries to build a relationship, he strips naked, and heads under he blankets. She is shocked when she returns, and she tells him that maybe it's time just to talk. With the ratio of sex and talking, they try to equal it, but Rick it ultimately bored. He leaves, and Rick's friend, Paul stops by. Annette is surprised when he kisses her, thinking that Annette is an easy girl. She just says she wanted to talk about Rick, and he reveals that Rick was saying that she was just shoe shining him. ""Boy With The Hood"", Wr

  • S06E05 Episode 605

    • June 28, 2002

    ""Loose Lips"" written by Laura Doyle, directed by George Mihalka Annette is very upset about Rick, and Kate, and Tania decides to make Annette feel better. So they come up with a plan, to tie down Rick naked in the girls locker room, writing ""Spank Me!"" on this back, with an arrow leading down to his butt. The plan work, and Rick gets what he deserves. While at Annette's home, it is revealed that Tania is not a virgin, and had sex with the sleezy Paul, Rick's friend. ""Gay Oven Jane"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jane's boyfriend, Ben has come out to Jane, saying he could be friends, but nothing more. She is devistated, and decides to wash it off. She heads to the showers, and sees her ex-boyfriend Randy. She is desperate for sex, and hits on him. That's when her other ex-boyfriend Gerald steps out. They tell her they are now a couple, and she is more devistated, Thinking whoever she goes out with is gay. Her gay friend, Stephen helps her by getting her

  • S06E06 Episode 606

    • July 1, 2002

    ""Loose Lips"" written by Laura Doyle, directed by Michel Wachnluc Rick is very uneasy about Annette, while talking about her, he feels bad, and only wants his friend's approval, Paul, because he keeps on pressuring him. Marty over hears them, again, and knows the truth! Rick really does like Annette :) Kate and Tania makes a apology card, and gives it to Annette for Rick. While at her locker, Paul, being the jerk that he is, reads, and rips Annette's card. He tells Annette that Rick doesn't like her, Rick shows up and he starts to defend himself. Shortly Kate and Tania shows, up and helps Rick, to bash (not literally) Paul. In the end Rick goes to Annette's home, delvering a pizza, with their intials, R + A (and heart) in pepperoni. {This segment with Rick and Annette ends, continues with Annette's friend, Sandra in episode 629.] Gay Oven Jane written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jane tells Stephen about her horrible dream, where all guys say ""fare thee well"" to h

  • S06E07 Episode 607

    • July 2, 2002

    ""She Got Game"" written Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Beth is jealous when Michelle competes with her (on the same team) on a basketball team. Beth's friend, Jeannie, finds out what is Michelle's energy boost, and it's sex. Jeannie, pressures her to have sex in order to be #1, and she decides to have sex with the school's mascot, Dominick. ""Gay Oven Jane"" written by Laura Doyle, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jane is still not convinced that Matt is not gay, and her 2 ex-boyfriends, as well as Stephen, do a little intervention. She fakes it, thinking that Matt is not gay. While making out with Matt, she blurts out stuff like, ""every guy I sleep turns out gay."" ""Not So-Quick Fix"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by George Mihalka Lana teaches Kelli to be sexy (very funny, when Kelli tries to hard) to impress Mario, but he is still stuck on Lana. Even though Lana doesn't want him, but he doesn't know that.

  • S06E08 Episode 608

    • July 3, 2002

    ""She Got Game"" written Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Beth has sex with Dominick right before the basketball game, and loves it, twice. While on court, she sucks because she is worn out. Thinking that Dominick might be attached, she lets him go because she has to be faithful to Kurt, her boyfriend, but he doesn't care. It was just sex. Beth confronts Michelle's ritual, and asks her how can she do it with all the energy after sex. Beth figures it out... Michelle doesn't climax. With all the build up inside her, it makes her hyped. Ah... So that's the secret. ""Gay Oven Jane"" written by Laura Doyle, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jane is still paranoid, and she still talks to Stephen and he finds this ritual from a book. He performs it, and to it ""works."" But Jane is skeptical about it, and still thinks that Matt is gay. She goes to the bathroom, where she sees Stephen, and he explains that the ritual was fake, and that maybe she dates gay guys because she doesn't want

  • S06E09 Episode 609

    • July 4, 2002

    ""She Got Game"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Adam Weissman It looks like Dominick is stuck on Beth, and before a game, they have sex, and they get to the point, where both of them don't cum. But Beth is all charged up, and hits the court, where she is compared to Michelle. In the end, Dominick sees Beth, asking if they are going to finish what they started meaning, he wants to cum. ""Annie and Frannie"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Annie has it going great with her current boyfriend, Jonah, but he wants more, and Annie doesn't want to give him anymore... yet. Annie's childhood friend, Frannie returns in what Annie thinks is a vist. Also, It's revealed that Annie and Frannie used to experiment when they were younger. Annie backs off, and tells her Frannie that she doesn't do that stuff anymore (meaning she is not a lesbian). Frannie then leaves, making Annie surprise when she tells her that she transfered there. ""Bits and Pieces"" written by Sean Carley,

  • S06E10 Episode 610

    • July 5, 2002

    ""She Got Game"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Adam Weissman Beth and Dominick is about to have sex, when her boyfriend Kurt, shows up for what seems to be the final game. Dominick hides, and Kurt goes to the gym, to find a good seat. Beth and Dominick proceeds to have sex, and she and he came, Making Dominick wonder, because she wasn't suppose to cum. He then reminds her about the game, that she completely forgets. She runs to the game, and they win. After the game, Kurt sees her, and she is feels uneasy about it. He tells her that he knows that she has been seeing someone else, and they break up. Dominick then sees her in the locker room, (presumably the next day) where they hook up, and of course, have sex in the locker room. [This saga ends.] ""Annie and Frannie"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Frannie finds little ways to tease Annie in front of her friends, and Annie quickly reacts and is scared. When he boyfriend comes to see her, she quickly goe

  • S06E11 Episode 611

    • July 8, 2002

    ""Bits and Pieces"" written by Sean Carley, directed by George Mihalka Armed with a gong, Alex proceeds to hit on Justin, and they end up having sex. She then questions him about sleeping with girls, completly turning him off, and tells Alex to see straight guys, and asks Alex to leave. Alex leaves, but runs into Chris, where she hits on him, and he hits on her back. A date is set for tomorrow night. ""The Professional Break-Up Artist"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Julie's boyfriend Ryan, wants to break up with her, but while in the process, kissing ends up leading up to sex, and Nug, Ryan's friend comes over, after they are done. Julie then leaves, and Nug reminds him that he was suppose to break up with her and not have sex with her. He tells Nug that he was going to do it right after, but Nug quickly stops him because if he did it right after sex, he will be the girls enemy #1. ""Annie and Frannie"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Adam Weissman Annie deci

  • S06E12 Episode 612

    • July 9, 2002

    ""Bits and Pieces"" written by Sean Carley, directed by George Mihalka Alex skips the date with Chris, and heads for Chris' room for sex. Justin is surprised that she choose him, after having a list of guys, who he thought would be perfect for her. After sex, Alex tells Chris that it was the best intense orgasm she has, and Justin is sick of it. Before they could go for another round, Justin stops them. They figure out that just maybe, they could all go out, after Justin explains he fallen for Alex. Justin then comes up with a plan that they could share her, Justin has Alex in the day (all the talking), While Chris has Alex at night (all the sex). They retreat to the living room, thinking of that situation, but figues out it is just to weird, and they all decide that they can't do this. Justin kisses Alex goodbye, then Chris kisses Alex goodbye. Then Chris looks at Justin, and kissed him in confusion. With all of this happening, Alex decides to leave; The guys then talk about sha

  • S06E13 Episode 613

    • July 10, 2002

    ""Chloe Cam"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Michel Wachnluc Chloe wants to get the final A grade in her class, because the teacher only gives one A. The project this year is to make a website on somewhat, and whoever has the most hits gets the A, but Chloe is threatened when another student, Chet, makes a better site, and competes with her. ""Bits and Pieces"" written by Sean Carley, directed by George Mihalka Chris brings home a hot girl, and sees Justin and Alex talking about the threesome relationship. He then ""forces"" the girl to leave, saying he wasn't feeling well, and turns back to them. He knows it's wrong, but he just feels that it is just right. They then try it for the first time, and Justin and Alex talks a lot, making Chris even hornier because he has to wait. Justin starts massaging Alex, and Alex is all ready for Chris. Chris and her proceeds to have hot, great, LOUD, sex like before, and Justin decides to do laundry. He meets up with Alex's roommate Trish, an

  • S06E14 Episode 614

    • July 11, 2002

    ""Chloe Cam"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Michel Wachnluc Holly gives Chloe a massage while she is on her site. Thinking that it's some kind of sex site, it scores a lot of hits. Chet breaks it up and announces that he doesn't want to see this because, what if some guy sees it. Chloe is surprised to see that Chet shows some feelings for her. ""The Professional Break-Up Artist"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Ryan wants to call off with the whole break up with Julie, but Dane shows him the contract he signs. They leave and Julie finds the contract. When Dane comes over for tutoring, She tells him about her problem and shows him the contract. Shee then turns to him as a rebound, but he tells her no. ""Bits and Pieces"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Justin finally brings a guy home, Buck, and Alex gets jealous, and interrupts them constantly, making him leave. They decide to end their threesome relationship. Alex and Chris are still

  • S06E15 Episode 615

    • July 12, 2002

    ""Animal Love"" written by Erin Ploss, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Dressed as a Panda, Murray, tries to hurry in the elevator to hide from neighbors. He is only to be caught by a hot new neighbor, Brianne, who seems interested in him calling him names like ""Panda Boy."" She invites him to come over her place, and a few minutes after, he arrives at her place. She treats Murray like a real Panda, and gives him Bamboo (or Bamboo Shoots, to be exact). He is then shocked to realized she has a animal fetish. He then is forced to leave, when he uses the word fix, and in her world with the stuff animals, they don't like the word fix. ""Chloe Cam"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by George Mihalka Chloe gets even with Chet, when she decides to go with the sex site, and Chet stops her, saying still that he feels uncomfortable seeing that other guys could watch it. They make up, he confesses his love for her, and they start to make out on her desk, accidentally turning the webcam on. Her hi

  • S06E16 Episode 616

    • July 15, 2002

    ""Chloe Cam"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by George Mihalka Chloe is very depressed about what happened. She tells Chet sorry, VIA webcam. She is worried when her hits doesn't have any hits, and she finds out that Holly's boyfriend, Griffin (whose name is finally mentioned) made a site merging Chloe's sexy study site, and Chet's gambling site. Chet goes to Chloe, they make up, starts to have sex, and they presumably go out. [This segment ends] ""Horse Hung Harry"" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by Michel Wachnluc Kevin is worried about his size, because he is very hung. His friend Harry, tries to help him, and signs both of them up for a improv act, who Dana, and Jillian is in charge of. While rehearsing, Dana, gets to close and he starts to freak out, because all the girls who he showed it too, they ran away. Harry then invites the two girls, to a pool party and his home. ""Animal Love"" written by Erin Ploss, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Murray finds out that Brianne has

  • S06E17 Episode 617

    • July 16, 2002

    ""There's Always Room For Jealousy"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Michel Beriault Becca makes Max jealous, after flirting with Clint. He then makes her feel bad, when he starts to use the internet right after they have sex. ""Horse Hung Harry"" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by Jack Hackel Harry shows and discuss hung like a horse cock to Kevin, and Kevin comes up with the idea to wear three bathing suits in one, to cover up his manhood. Harry agrees, and Kevin tells him to pratice every stroke he knows, so it makes him comfortable, as well as if they could see the big bulge. While praticing his back stroke, the girls come, and he accidentally falls of the couch. After swimming, they decide to do a little improv, and well, Jillian tells Harry to be a drunk driver while, Dana is using her hands as Harrys' (If you seen Whose Line Is It Any Way?, then you'll know what I'm talking about.), and Jillian makes a remark how Harry can't find his keys. Harry is shocked, knowing that

  • S06E18 Episode 618

    • July 17, 2002

    ""Horse Hung Harry"" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by ?? Dana tells Jillian that Harry is huge, and Kevin overhears them. He tells Harry that Dana is willing to try it out, but it's not his package that is stopping him, it's is confidence. So they head back to Dana and Jillian where they are having some discussion on fruit and vegetables. Dana tells Harry that she knows how big he is, and Harry relieved. Harry tells Dana that he makes this raddish look like a pickle, and she gets really nervous and leaves. ""Animal Love"" written by Erin Ploss, directed by ?? Saddie, Murray's roommate puts down Brianne after seeing her, telling that Murray is a good guy, and that she should atleast give it a try, since he did the whole furvert thing for her. Murray is surprised to see Brianne wearing latex underwear after showing up at his apartment. She then gives him a pair of latex underwear saying it's only fair. They had back to her apartment, where she puts on the squirel tail and ears.

  • S06E19 Episode 619

    • July 18, 2002

    ""Horse Hung Harry"" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by Jack Hackel Hanging out in what is presumably Harry's basement, Kevin decides to help Harry and Dana, explaining to them to rehearse a scene featuring them being tool men. They then rehearse the scene saying that Harry has a big jack hammer, and Dana explains that she wants to use it even though she is afraid. This works, and Jillian doesn't know what the fuck they are talking or rehearsing about. Kevin pulls Jillian upstairs, and Harry shows his horse hung penis to Dana, where she is very surprised. She tells him that it is probably not possible to have it fit in her vagina, and he starts to tell her about the whole thing about being so big, and wants to probably break up with him. She stops him and decides they could do it within their outer layer, which either means, they will not be able to put inside, or they just eat/blow/finger/suck/jerk (or which ever term you want to use) each other. They then up exausted next to

  • S06E20 Episode 620

    • July 19, 2002

    ""There's Always Room For Jealousy"" written by Swith Bell, directed by George Mihalka Becca pushes on with sleeping with Kylie, but does it in way she thinks they went all the way but didn't. Becca asks Kylie to shave her pubic hair, in which she does. Max walks in seeing that he found the love letter that Kylie gave to Becca. He starts to leave, but Becca quickly asks him to join them. The three of them aren't getting any where in the shower, and Kylie leaves. The truth comes out. Kylie calls Becca a bad kisser and leaves. Max then comes out of the shower, and is upset on what Becca did, using Kylie to make him jealous. He calls her shallow (in a stupid way) and they break up. [This segment ends] ""Possession Of The Muse"" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault Shane and Kelli has sex, and right after, he tells that Nomi really helped him, and she takes it as they slept with each other which they didn't. He then explains that Nomi justs inspires him, and Kelli

  • S06E21 Episode 621

    • July 22, 2002

    ""Miranda Rules"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Kyle is a jocky hockey guy, and he one of the best players around. So when he returns to his dorm, he wants a break, and looks at his girlfriend for a quickie. Aurora, Kyle's girlfriend, tells him no, saying that she wants to take things slow, and have it in a romantic way, as in the school paper, by a writer named ""Miranda"" gives relationship tips to. He then leaves, and Editor of the school paper, Beth, pesters him about needing his sports article. Dexter, one of Kyle's friend, asks Beth, who is this Miranda girl, because it's pestering every guys life, who just want sex. Beth brushes off his warning, and she gives Kyle the keys to her office so that he could turn in the sports page later at night. Dexter than have a wicked idea, to find out who's this Miranda girl is. They break in, and they start to look around. But Beth, and he sidekick, Stacey, enters the room. Beth notices the Dexter hiding, and scolds

  • S06E22 Episode 622

    • July 23, 2002

    ""Possession Of The Muse"" written Lee Vaillancourt, directed by George Mihalka Kelli bosses Lana around, and Lana reveals that she actually did everything for him. Choose his clothes, food, cut his mean, etc... But Shane is having trouble with his music, and he hangs out with Nomi for inspiration. But it doesn't work, and he reveals that it was Kelli all along. He then goes back to her, where Lana is trying to help her by not being so controling. He tells her that it was her all along, and they go back to each other, where they end up in bed. He asks her if she wants to be on top again, but she tells him it's up to him. He then remembers the letter that the record company sent him after Nomi sent them a demo, and Kelli starts to boss him on how to open it. He decides that they could open it together. [This segment ends.] ""Tangled Beards"" written Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Angie is really uncomfortable acting straight in school, but it goes well, when the guys, and

  • S06E23 Episode 623

    • July 24, 2002

    ""Ticket To Ride"" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Jasmine is inventing a new spray so your underwear doesn't go up your ass. Jasmine and Darryl starts to make out, and Darryl's girlfriend, Madeline, comes home. They are worried but, they trick her. She then reveals that she will get deported because her student visa expired. Madeline wants Darryl to marry her. ""Tangled Beards"" written Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Angie is really fed up on being in the closet, and she is now attached to Brian by the wrist. The same goes with Henry and Talia. Angie is surprised that Henry is okay with kissing Talia, but Brian reveals that Henry is just fantasizing about Brian. The guys pull the girls in the equipment room, and they start to make out. They wonder why the girls aren't making out, and finds out that they are fighting. Angie and Talia argue and Angie swings her hand out, accidentally hitting Henry. They then all have a talk and the three (except Angie

  • S06E24 Episode 624

    • July 25, 2002

    ""Ticket To Ride"" written Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Kyle tells Jasmine that Madeline's parents will give her and her husband $25,000. Jasmine seizes the day, and convinces her boyfriend, Seth, to marry her. With a twisted way, Kyle and Jasmine uses both of their partners for the new product they think they will make millons for. ""Tangled Beards"" written Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Angie finally gives Jendy her story piece, and Talia is paranoid that Angie outted her. Jendy prints the story, and Brian tells Henry that they should come out. Both of them decides to come out also, and they leave Talia all alone. Talia doesn't want to come out because it's a straight world, and you could easily get crushed. Angie is disapointed, but Henry and Brian tells her that she doesn't need to worry because she has them. [This segment ends.] ""Miranda Rules"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Stacey pushes this Miranda thing to far, and she becomes Mira

  • S06E25 Episode 625

    • July 26, 2002

    ""Miranda Rules"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman The interviewer named Gavin is here to interview Miranda, but Stacey goes against Kyle's wishes, and doesn't follow his hand signals on what they practiced yesterday. Stacey (Miranda rather) kisses Gavin, using the control of the bottom lip. He then leaves, and Kyle confronts her that she wasn't even taking his hand singals. He then tells her that she even had the kiss wrong. She then blurts out, Why don't you show me. He does, and they start to make out on the couch of the newspaper room. They then have sex, and Kyle calls Stacey Miranda, and she leaves. ""Ticket To Ride"" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Jasmine and Daryl forces Seth and Madeliene to sleep together (not have sex), and they reveal a little too personal sides to each other, and they start to have a little sexual tension between them. They are both unaware what is happening outside, with each others partners, Daryl and Jasmine, in

  • S06E26 Episode 626

    • July 29, 2002

    ""Ticket To Ride"" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Madeliene finds out about Jasmine's invention, and thinks it's neat. Seth tells Madeliene that he can't accept the money, but she insits. He doesn't accept it, and tells Jasmine about it. Jasmine pushs Seth to take the money. In the midst of the night, Seth catches Daryl in Jasmine's bed, and tells Madeliene about it, and they decide to trick them, by telling Daryl and Jasmine about their love that they fell for while doing this. Madeliene and Seth leaves with suit cases, and Daryl tells Jasmine at least they could be together, but she reveals that he was just a fling. Seth who gives Madeliene her suit case, in which he faked by holding hers. He then decides joins her, and they both leave for London. [This segment ends] ""Boys On The Side"" written by Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Amy and Jodi practices their kiss scene while, Sam (who has no speaking lines) and the guys watches them. They really get t

  • S06E27 Episode 627

    • July 30, 2002

    ""Mean Freddy"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jim Donovan Barry and his friend name Darla are new workers at Mundo Mondo, Where Kelli seems to be the Head Supervisor. It's the perfect vaction for work, sex, and no rules. Darla sees this guy in glasses, but it's doesn't tickle Barry. Barry then bumps to his high school tormentor, Fred, the all around high school jock who didn't know better. Fred and Barry are paired to set up the beds. Barry tries to hide his face with the sheets but Fred wins over the ""tugging."" Fred tells Barry that he looks familiar and grabs him almost by the collar. Barry feels that worse, thinking that Fred remembered the old high school days, but the unthinkable happens. Fred kisses him, and Barry is confused, was Fred messing with him, or are these actions from his repressed memories from homosexuallity from high school that he had to keep secret? Barry freaks, and tries to get away, but Fred undresses and temps Barry which he accepts. In their und

  • S06E28 Episode 628

    • July 31, 2002

    ""Spies Like Russ"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Beriault Aaron convinces Russ to sneak into Yolanda's room to get the disc with the test answers, but he is caught. She asks him why he is in her room, and he announces that he has a crush on her. This baffels her, and she lets him leave. But just before he goes out the door. She kisses him, and he leaves. In the previous episode, it is explained that Yolanda puts school, work, and her career first. She doens't have time for love, and is shocked when someone likes her. That's why she lets him off easy. Russ tells Aaron about it, and he is shocked, that Yolanda kissed him. Russ wants to call it quits, but Aaron says that he has a good thing going on here. It makes Russ closer to get the disc. ""Boys On The Side"" written by Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Their is a final rehearse before the huge play and Amy tries to bring out Jodi's lesbian side. It doesn't work, and Sam, the director who knows whats bee

  • S06E29 Episode 629

    • August 1, 2002

    ""Spies Like Russ"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Beriault Aaron gives tips to Russ how to use his signtaute technique to get the disc, while pinning Yolanda on the bed. He does it, but Yolanda pins him back, and they proceed to have sex. Russ returns to Aaron, and Aaron reveals if he doesn't pass this test, he'll get kicked out. Russ tells him that he didn't take the disc, and that he had sex with her. ""Busted"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Annette's friend, Sandra comes back from a trip from Europe, and Annette notices that Sandra isn't really sexual active with her boyfriend, Jack. Tania notices Sandra checking Annette's boobs out, just before Sandra hits the showers. While Sandra is in the showers, Tania and Annette comes with the idea that Sandra is a lesbian. They try to confront her but Sandra reveals that she was looking at Annette because she is so perfect. She then tells them about her boobs and how one is lopsided, her left boob t

  • S06E30 Episode 630

    • August 5, 2002

    ""Busted"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord While at Annette's home, Sandra is still having boob problems. Annette conjures up a face wrinkle cream, where it suppose to swell up stuff, and decides to use it for Sandra's boob. Tania comes over, and Sandra's skin starts to burn (not literally!), so she washes it off. Annette has another prop, he lucky bra, that she wore, when lost her virginity. It's a little to big, so they fold the straps in the back, and glues it down, with a super glue type product. It works, and they want to test it out, so Annette blind fold Tania, and lets her choose a boob. Tania chooses the real boob and Annette guides her hand to the lopsided boob (a.k.a. the left one). Annette then takes off her shirt, and lets Tania compares with Annette's boob, and Sandra's boob. Tania then takes off the blind fold, and tries pull back her hand, but it's stuck on Sandra's boob. Ah, she must of got some glue on her hand. That's when Rick walks in

  • S06E31 Episode 631

    • August 6, 2002

    ""Double Fake"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Cody and Carter are twin brothers who live in the apartment complex. They (or Carter rather) pays for one person despite of having two people living there. A new resident supervisor named Joel just moved in. Which every supervisor they would always hit on, so that they could have their rent lowered. But this time, the supervisor is a guy... he is also gay. Cody and Carter decides to flip a coin, and Carter ""wins"", although loses thru his perspective. Carter (or Cody, thinking back it might of been the other twin) meets the Joel in the elevator and hits on him but Joel doesn't show an interest...yet. The Joel then calls Carter while he and his brother are having fun with these two girls. Carter joins the Joel in the complex's hot tub. The Joel shows an interested, and he moves closer to Carter. Joel then kisses Carter, where he is surprised and shocked by Joel's action. You see the kiss awoken Carter's homosexu

  • S06E32 Episode 632

    • August 7, 2002

    ""You Bet Your Boobs, Dude"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Dexter from (Episode 621) returns with his own segment. We find out that all the bets he was doing (not mentioned by me in the ""Miranda Rules"" synopsis, because it was only a sub-plot) was a way to pay off his college tutition. He is 2 minutes away from winning the bet, which is lip stick all over his body, standing one foot on a stool while holding two balloons filled with something foul by now. His friends Larkin, and Fionna is surprised that he could pull this off. He then reveals that while doing all of these bets he is thinking about a girl named Mona, and that's how he is keeping concentration. That's when Mona, appears nearby. Dexter tries to look down her top, and falls off the stool, losing the bet. Dexter leaves to clean up, while Fionna bitches to Larkin, about liking Dexter. Fionna then talks to Mona in the coed bathroom, and thinks she can't compete with Mona for Dexter. ""Busted"" writt

  • S06E33 Episode 633

    • August 8, 2002

    ""You Bet Your Boobs, Dude"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Fionna helps Dexter makes his fake boobs. They model it after Fionna's boobs, and it feels real. They put all the chemicals in the closet, and Fionna gives him a tight girlie shirt to wear. They head to a party that the some one is having, and they decide to have a wet t-shirt contest (although it seemed like a ""G"" rating wet t-shirt contest). Fionna nominates Dexter, then Mona steps up to challenge him. Dexter wins, and Fionna and Dexter, heads back to his dorm room. Dexter wants the bra off, but Fionna can't take it off. She tells him she only can take it off when she is facing back, so she faces back and tries to take it off. They are interrupted by knocks on the door, and Fionna hides in the closet. It's Mona, she takes an interest at Dexter, and asks if she could feel his boobs. He agrees, IF she let him touch hers too. Mona agrees, and she starts to feel Dexter's boobs. When it's his turn

  • S06E34 Episode 634

    • August 9, 2002

    ""Double Fake"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Carter goes for his important meeting, and Cody gets ready to his (Carter's) date with Joel. Thinking it's Carter, Joel tells Cody about himself, but is baffled when he is retelling what he told Carter yesterday. Joel needs to use the bathroom, so he does. That's when Vanessa shows up with a pan of muffins, and tells Cody that she'll give him a second chance... along with a sex lingerie. Cody panics, but tells Vanessa to go to his room, to change and wait for him. She does, and that's when Joel comes out of the bathroom. Cody grabs Joel's shirt, and kisses him. He tells him that he wants it now, and goes into Carter's room. Carter then comes home, and helps himself to a muffin. Vanessa emerges out of Cody's room, and he is shocked. That's when Cody rushes out and explains that he can't do it. Joel then steps out, and Vanessa asks Cody if he is gay. Cody points to Carter, and Joel is shocked that Carter has a

  • S06E35 Episode 635

    • August 12, 2002

    ""Double Fake"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Cody knows that Joel is perfect for Carter, but Carter doesn't want to apologize. While washing clothes, Cody plays Carter, and tells Joel that he wants him to come over for dinner, so he could apologize. Cody and Carter does their martini dance for Vanessa because they need each other to pull off the perfect date, and Joel comes over. He finds out that Cody was playing Carter, and that Carter doesn't want to apologize. Cody then tells him to aleast have a drink, and he agrees... out on the balcony. Cody, being the older brother by two minutes, tells Carter that Joel is perfect for him, and forces him to say sorry, even though Carter didn't want to. Carter slowly goes to Joel, playing Cody, and tells Joel that Carter (or himself) that he was just scared, and he knows he is ready. Carter then tells Joel that its him actually, and they share a kiss. Carter and Cody then start to work their martini dance for Vaness

  • S06E36 Episode 636

    • August 13, 2002

    ""Bumping Uglies"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Lisa returns from her trip, and is surprised when her friend, Grace, has a gorgeous boyfriend named Bud. Lisa is convinced that they only date Grace, inorder to get her, Lisa. Grace, doesn't think so, and challenges Lisa to get a guy without her looks. Lisa agrees to the challenge, and tells her if she wins, she gets all of the closet space. Grace agrees, but she has to dress Lisa up, as ugly she can be. ""Virgin Baggage"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord It's Christine birthday, and is still mad at Owen. Owen gives Luke a present for Christine. Luke gives Christine a dolphin necklace, and is surprised that he knows her favorite animal. Luke and Christine are about to have sex, and she tells him thank you about the necklace. He then calls it a shark necklace, which shocks her, because it could only mean one thing... Owen. She decides not to have sex with Luke, and decides to go for the guy t

  • S06E37 Episode 637

    • August 14, 2002

    ""Bumping Uglies"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Grace dresses up Lisa, as an nerd. As part of their agreement, they attend Grace's book club, where Lisa tries to hit on guy named Dan. She asks for his phone number, and Lisa gets a taste of rejection, when findng out that it's actually a pizza delivery phone number. ""Switcheroo"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jake and Dustin are best friends, and are working on this project. There's a twist to this story, Jake and Dustin have been fooling around. At one point durning the project, Jake is bored, and decides he wants sex. So he proceed to jerk Dustin, and Dustin do the same to Jake. Jake wants more, and Dustin asks, ""what do you mean more?"" Jake tells him, ""I'll show you more"", and starts to suck on Dustin's member. Now flaccid and sweaty, Dustin decides it's late, and wants to go home. Before he leaves, Jake comes out to Dustin. Jake thinks that Dustin is gay, but he isn't. Dustin still w

  • S06E38 Episode 638

    • August 15, 2002

    ""Bumping Uglies"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Grace goes back to the book club, despite being turned down. She convinces everyone that she is smart, and Dan notices it. Lisa knows that Grace wins will the bet, and decides to give her the half of the closet to her because she wants to see her happy. Dan comes over for his date with Grace, and he starts to hit on her. He tries everything to remove her clothes, but she is still in costume. She stops this, and he notices the picture. It's actually her, but he doesn't know that. She tells him that it's her sister, and he starts to put down the ditsy air head type girls, which offends her. She decides it's time to stop, and he leaves. ""Switcheroo"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jake and Dustin still have to project, and Jake is still being clingy to Dustin. Jake kisses, him and Dustin freaks, because they never actually kissed before. Jake just wants to tell his sister, but Dustin quickly di

  • S06E39 Episode 639

    • August 16, 2002

    ""Reluctant Pornographer"" written by Swith Bell, directed by George Mihalka Ella tells Pierre and Suzette about making the porn, under one condition, they know it's fake. Ella tells him it's fake, but he doesn't listen to her. He shoots the porn, while Pierre and Suzette jokes about sex, Ella then joins them. He is really turned on, and goes to them, which they ultimately stop. They tell him it was fake, and he decides to leave out of shame. Ella goes to him where she calls him a perverted person, and starts to film him. It starts to turn him on, and tells Ella he wants sex. She tells him now, and they break up. [This segment ends.] ""Switcheroo"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Dustin is forced to choose between Julie and Jake when they confront him about it. What Julie and Jake didn't know about each other that he was fooling around with both of them, which pisses them off. Dustin goes to Jake and tells him he is sorry, and wants to give it a chance. He kis

  • S06E40 Episode 640

    • August 19, 2002

    ""Stuck On U"" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault Adam has this conquest for his fraternity, which includes having sex with girls from A to Z. Right now, he is on Y, and Yolanda friends, Ursula and Zoe, convinces to have sex with him. The only thing is that he is stuck on Ursula. He decides he wants to take it steady, and tells Ursula about it. She is willing to have a secret relationship, as long as he finishes the whole alphabet. ""Switcheroo"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jake and Julie decides it cannot work between them. When they talk to Dustin about it, Julie changes her mind, saying they want to try it out. Julie and Jake fight over Dustin, and they create these time out card (yes the ones from Dismissed!), where the other person leaves for ten minutes. Julie uses her time out card, and she tries to hurry things with Dustin, while making out. When they are about to do it, time runs out, and Jake tells her. Jake brings the half n

  • S06E41 Episode 641

    • August 20, 2002

    ""Stuck On U"" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault The three girls, Ursula, Yolanda, and Zoe talk about Adam's conquest. That's when Adam shows up to take a shower, and Ursula presuades Yolanda to go in the shower with him. She does, and Adam reveals that he doesn't want to have sex. Yolanda says the same, and they decide to fake their whole sexual experience for Ursula and Zoe. Zoe gets upset, leaves, and Ursula follows her. Zoe reveals that she is in love with Adam ever since freshmen year. She looks at the bright side, since he already did letter y, he will now have to move on to z. Yolanda and Adam decides to end their performance, and Adam blurts out, ""Oh... Ursula!"" Yolanda finds out that he and Ursula have been secretly been seeing each other. She peeks her head outside if anyone heard him, but their is no one in site. ""Temptation High"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Isobel, Jake's (from the last episode) friend, is on a three m

  • S06E42 Episode 642

    • August 21, 2002

    ""Fag Stag"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka It is revealed that Joel has to stay over night in the office, due to some paper work. Linda reveals she has a date, so Cody goes out and tries to pick up a women. While doing some laundry, Carter he meets a guy, named Ethan. Who he invites, after Joel and Cody leave. They proceed to have sex, and after he leaves, Cody comes back, and reveals he didn't score with anyone. Cody notices how happy Carter is and Carter tells him that he met a guy. Carter explains how can he lust over someone but love someone else at the same time, Since he cannot sleep with him again. Cody has an idea for Carter. He decides to throw a bachelor party for Carter, so that he and Ethan could have sex again, under one condition, Carter has to lie to Linda that he slept with so many hot girls. ""Temptation High"" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Isobel helps Dominick put away some of his balls in the equipment room. One b

  • S06E43 Episode 643

    • August 22, 2002

    ""Fag Stag"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka For Carter's bachelor party, Cody invites Ethan, and female stripper. Carter and Ethan are disappointed, while Cody tries to have an open relationship with the stripper, named Brenda. Off to the side, Ethan tells Carter that he wants him, but Carter backs away, saying it would break the rules. Ethan gives Carter one last chance, but Carter turns Ethan down, and Ethan leaves. A while later, Cody and Carter discuss their night, and Cody tells Carter that he cannot participate in this open relationship, and nudges Carter, saying if Linda asks, he did sleep with other women. Carter tells Cody that he cannot marry Joel, because what he is feeling with Ethan, might be love. ""Stuck On U"" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault Eric, Ursula, and Yolanda plots against Zoe, and Adam so they could be together. Zoe decides to go on a road trip, and packs all of these clothes but Ursula ""accidentally"" spilled gra

  • S06E44 Episode 644

    • August 23, 2002

    ""Fag Stag"" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Joel, and Carter are ready for their wedding. In the elevator, Joel and Carter try not to look at each other. Before the doors closes, Ethan walks in. Carter sees him, and leaves due to the awkwardness. Ethan and Joel exchanges each other's greetings. Carter is having second thoughts, and decides to go to Joel, who is in the complex's hot tub. What Carter doesn't know is that Ethan was their also, giving him a under water treatment (Looks familiar? Remeber the premiere episode of Season 3? The lesbian couple also did that). Carter opens his eyes, and sees Ethan. Of course, the wedding is off, and Carter returns to his apartment, where Linda and Cody are talking. He reveals that he isn't going to get married, and Linda jokes about getting married (really great scene with Christopher! Great job!). Linda and Cody enjoys the wedding cake, and they both reveal that they don't want an open relationship. They were both

  • S06E45 Episode 645

    • August 26, 2002

    ""Girls Interrupted"" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Jack Hackel Tammy finally tells Bridget about her status, and Bridget freaks. Tammy calms her down, explaining how safe it could be. So on their second date... or an excuse to have sex, Bridget decides she is ready to kiss, and they do. Tammy wants to go further, but Bridget can't. She freaks out, and starts to get dressed and leaves. ""Bitter Sweet 18"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Julie (Dane's fling, Jake's sister) has a new guy she's been sleeping around with. Julie's parents are not home, so they both decide to have sex. Diego's 18 birthday is also happens to be today. He reminds Julie that she is sleeping with a real man. She then jokes about how if they do have sex, it's against the law, and that he could go to jail being 18 and all. He starts to freak out, and that's when Julie's parents come home. He starts to leave, and Julie goes under the covers, pretending to read a book, as he mot

  • S06E46 Episode 646

    • August 27, 2002

    ""Fantasy"" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by George Mihalka Between Billy and Maureen, their is some attraction between them, but he can't take it any further, because she was his old high school teacher. While training her, she breaks some dishes in the back, and he goes to her. They kiss in a moment of weakness, but he decides to leave it at there. ""Bitter Sweet 18"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Julie and Diego can't escape sex life, and so she decides to dress up as a cop. It is revealed that Julie's father is a cop. Julie and Diego are interrupted by a fire alarm that went off. Julie forces Diego to go out through her home, while her family waited for her outside the lawn. But did anyone see Diego? ""Girls Interrupted"" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Jack Hackel Tammy catchs Bridget with another girl, and Tammy starts to puts herself down, as well putting words in Bridget's mouth saying that Bridget didn't really want her. Tammy decides to

  • S06E47 Episode 647

    • August 28, 2002

    ""Bitter Sweet 18"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Sexual tension is still between Diego and Julie. Diego doesn't want to have sex because it's against the law, and they might put him away for that. So Julie shows him a box of idea that they could do that ""isn't"" sexual. Things include, Honey, taking pictures of each other, and having police scanner sex. All of these ideas doesn't go to well, and they just decide to have sex. Touching all over his body, Julie notices it ""died."" Diego says, he is just stress, cannot have sex, and leaves. ""Fantasy"" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by George Mihalka It turns out that Alicia knows Maureen because Maureen is a T.A. where Alicia teaches. Billy is acting kind of harsh towards Maureen when she doesn't arrive early, and sends her in the back. Billy assists Maureen in the back, where she reveals she has a crush on him. They proceed to have sex, and Maureen tells Billy he has one more assigment to do for her... bre

  • S06E48 Episode 648

    • August 30, 2002

    ""Chance Encounters"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel Marisa wants to help Cleo with her dating life. Marisa is starting ""Chance Encounters"" a small dating newspaper service type, and as a part of Marisa's help, she takes a bag from one of the popular, hunky guys on campus, David Pitt. A knock interrupts them, thinking it's David, Marisa tells Cleo to answer the door in her underwear to make a first and lasting impression. She opens the door, only to find, it's not David. It's a guy named Greg, The stage manager (David must be is majoring in theater). He explains David is super busy, and he came to exchanges bags. Cleo is embarrassed, and she starts to close the door. He reminds about the bag, and she puts on robe, and she grabs David's bag. They exchange bags, and he starts to unbuckle his jeans. He explains he is evening it out, and he buckles back his pants. Cleo and Greg start to talk, and Marisa interrupts them. She closes the door on Greg, and she explains

  • S06E49 Episode 649

    • September 2, 2002

    ""Chance Encounters"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel Marissa is still trying the best for Cleo and David, and decide they could ""run"" into each other in the pharmacy. Cleo runs as fast as she could, but accidentally hits Greg how is pushing a whole tray of sodas to the vending machines. She finds out that Greg has many jobs, and that he is saving to go to Argentina. Marissa catches Cleo talking to Greg, and hulls her into their dorm room (Great scene, Karen Cliche is a wonderful actress!). They then comes up with the idea, to have the bathroom at David's dorm to be ""out of hot water"" forcing him to use the bathroom at theirs. Cleo sets up a trap for David, and he returns into her naked. She slaps him, and calls him a pervert. He explains about the ""no hot water"" situation, and tells her sorry about this whole mix up. She asks for her towels, and he gives it to her. He uses the shower she is using, and Cleo runs into Greg. She loudly asks him on a date, so that D

  • S06E50 Episode 650

    • September 3, 2002

    ""Chance Encounters"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel Cleo is picking out her clothes for her date with Greg, and asks Marissa for her advice. Marissa asks Cleo once more if this is for David, and Cleo says yes. Greg arrives, and Marissa leaves. Greg decides to teach Cleo how to dance the Tango, and while dipping her, he kisses her. She starts to panic, and yells at him, saying why did you kiss me?, do I have some kind of sign saying you can open kiss me? stuff like that. They are both interrupted by David, and he reveals a friend of Cleo, named Marissa told him that they have a dart game challenge. Cleo then tells Greg she has to defend her title, and he leaves. She changes into another skimpy clothes, and head down to the dart board. She plays hard to get with David, and she tells him, I'm not available. She then returns to her room, where Marissa is happy for her. Marissa gives her a box, that Greg left, and Cleo opens it. It's a bracelet, and tells Marissa t

  • S06E51 Episode 651

    • September 4, 2002

    ""Chance Encounters"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel Cleo runs into Greg, where he starts to babble about faith, and love. They return to her room, where they proceed to have sex. Right after, they are interrupted by Marrisa, and Cleo tells Greg to hide in the closet. He does, and she lets Marissa in. Marissa start to babble about how a loser and how she played Greg. He comes out of the closet, and decides she is a lying bitch, and leaves. Cleo cries, while Marissa tries to comfort her. Marissa tells her the plus side, that she can finally go after David. Marissa makes an appointment for David for tutoring on his Latin, and guess who is the tutor? Cleo is waiting for him, and he shows up, he starts to say the exact same words what Greg told her earlier, about faith and stuff. ""Gay Budz"" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Henry and Nate decide to clear the air between them, and they start to hug right after. Sean catches them hugging, and retrea

  • S06E52 Episode 652

    • September 5, 2002

    ""Chance Encounters"" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel While making out with David, he accidentally falls and sees a box with his name on it. Cleo tells him to forget about it, but he finds all of the stuff Cleo was doing. She wants to have sex, but he calls her weird, and leaves. Marissa goes to her, and Cleo tells her that she really likes Greg. Marissa wants to help, and they try to buy all the sodas on campus so that Greg could refill the machines, but they stop. Cleo doesn't want Marissa's advice, and decides to do things on her own. They are walking, and Greg notices their voices. Greg who was gluing flyers on the wall, tries to hide, but accidetally steps into the bucket of glue. He tries to kick it off, he falls, and the glue hands on him. He tries to wipe the stuff off of him, but while doing so, his pants fall to the floor. Cleo sees this and decides to Undress. She doesn't want him to look like a fool alone so she decides to join him. They take things