Even Stevens

Secret World of Girls

Season 2, Ep 5, Aired 7/20/01
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  • Episode Description
  • Ren is having a "young women's all-night forum" (better known as a slumber party) and she wants everyone to clear out of the house on Saturday night. All the family members agree, including Louis, who says he'll be sleeping over at Twitty's. But he's got a plan - to put hidden cameras in the house and broadcast the evening as "The Secret World of Girls," charging $10 a head to his fellow male students to watch. But will the arrival of their new little friend Beans spoil the fun?moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tom Virtue

    Steve Stevens

  • Donna Pescow

    Eileen Stevens

  • Nick Spano

    Donnie Stevens

  • Shia LaBeouf

    Louis Anthony Stevens

  • Christy Carlson Romano

    Renèe 'Ren' Stevens

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • Ren decides to have a All-young womans sluber party at her house. Louis decides to set up a film in which he and many other guys explore the Secret world of girls.

    By XRaviskoolX, Mar 15, 2008

  • Ren has a slumber party and she wants everybody out of the house. Louis plants hidden cameras in the house and him and his friends watch. Ren finds out the girls catch louis and tie him up and give him a makeover and a facial. p.s they meet a boy Beans

    By Mitrovski, Jan 17, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (21)

    • (Ren is playing a game with her girlfriends) Ren: So let's rate guys, shall we? Tom Gribolski?! Tom: from another room)Ladies, please give me a 7, come on!!! (the sound cuts off) Tom: I knew I'm a 4!

    • Ren: Hi Mom and Dad, how was the symphony? Elaine: Well, the only symphony I heard was your father's snoring. Steve: At least I was intune!

    • Ren: Let's play college interview. Now I'll be the dean of admissions and you can be the hopeful applicants! (Girls stare)

    • Louis: Is this your card? Ryan: No Louis: Is this your card? Ryan: No Louis: Okay, this one for sure! Ryan: No, and you've been through the deck twice already!

    • Beans: Good news! My mom says I can stay as long as I want! Louis: Beans?!?! How'd you get past the electric fence?

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    Notes (3)

    • Character mentioned but not seen: Principal Wexler.

    • When the surveillance equipment is being set up, the background music is a re-written version of Lalo Schifrin's famous theme from the TV show (and later movies) Mission: Impossible.

    • Margo Harshman (Tawny) was not listed in this episode's credits when it was first broadcast, but her name had been added when it was repeated about a week later.

    Trivia (7)

    • Books that Ren was going to bring to the slumber party for discussion included Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment, Louisa May Alcott's Little Women, and volumes by Shakespeare and Plato!

    • One of our viewers who must be a bit of a lip-reader tells us that when the girls are playing "The One Thing You Would Never Want A Boy to Know," Monique begins by saying, "Well, I once had this dream, that I was on a stranded island with Ryan Zellpepper. Anyway, I can't believe I'm saying this, but there we were stranded, so finally we turned to each other. And I..." Then when the sound goes out she says "...grabbed him in my arms."

    • Telephone number on the flyer Louis and Beans pass out: 555-5433.

    • Louis had the entire house wired for "security purposes" back in "What'll Idol Do?" Back then the camera's were unnoticeable. But in this episode they only set the camera up in the living room. What happened to the security cameras? And why was this one so incredibly easy to trace (unlike the others)?

    • When Tawny comes over looking for Louis she has a conversation with Ren in the kitchen about where he is. Louis is able to see and hear this conversation although the camera is only set up to look at the couch.

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    Allusions (2)

    • The concept of watching the girls through hidden cameras was also done in the movie Revenge of the Nerds which starred Robert Carradine from Lizzie McGuire. During both scenes in which they are wiring the rooms, the Mission Impossible theme is used.

    • Twitty: Sacramento, we have a problem. Twitty is paraphrasing the line heard in the movie Apollo 13 (1995), spoken by Tom Hanks playing astronaut Jim Lovell, substituting "Sacremento" for "Houston." The movie was the true story of the almost-disastrous 1970 manned American mission to the moon. Houston, Texas is where the space flight control center was located.

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