Kyle XY

Great Expectations

Season 2, Ep 16, Aired 1/28/08
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  • Episode Description
  • Kyle and Amanda's relationship hits a period of uncertainty after she makes a surprise visit home - but is uncharacteristically cagey about the reason why. Meanwhile, Jessi loses her patience with Kyle when he keeps putting off her training sessions.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Teryl Rothery

    Carol Bloom

  • Marguerite MacIntyre

    Nicole Trager

  • Martin Cummins

    Brian Taylor

  • Bruce Thomas

    Stephen Trager

  • April Matson

    Lori Trager

  • Fan Reviews (14)
  • I liked this episode!

    By VGFreak8, Mar 28, 2008

  • Kyle and Amanda's relationship is questioned when she comes back home. Kyle has the fighting urge to try to find out what's wrong. Jessi keeps on doing tricks.

    By othforeverlove, Feb 03, 2008

  • Kyle & Amanda not cup of tea!

    By JPPT1974, Jan 31, 2008

  • It was good, why the low ratings ?

    By Ayenat317, Jan 30, 2008

  • Once again the preview was very misleading, but the episode was still as good as you would expect it to be.

    By Dark_Davis, Jan 30, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (9)

    • Kyle: Amanda, you said we need to talk.
      Amanda: Right. You didn't think I meant...
      Kyle: Maybe a little. After a few people weighed in.
      Amanda: The one time you didn't take my words literally. Did you really think my feelings had changed? Is that why you brought me here?
      Kyle: I brought you here 'cause everyone else was making assumptions about what you wanted and how you were feeling and what was right for you. But no one was actually asking you.
      Amanda: That's why my feelings for you could never change.

    • Lori: It took all my willpower not to trip her.

    • Jessi: I can do anything Kyle can do. Josh: Can you make out with Amanda? 'Cause that would be hot.

    • Kyle: Spring cleaning isn't just about sorting through things, and getting rid of clutter. It's about taking stock of who you are, and how others see you. It's a chance to redefine yourself, to change expectations, and to remember that it's never too late to recapture who you were, or to aim for who you want to be.

    • Stephen: (about his job offer) It's a great salary, I'd be the Senior V.P. in Charge of Software Development. Nicole: Yeah, at a company that makes elevator control panels. Stephen: Well, it's not as exciting as a career change, I admit, but at least this time around I won't have an evil boss.

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    Notes (2)

    • International Airdates New Zealand: 19 October 2008 on TV2

    • Featured Music
      "All My Life" by The Stereotypes
      "Find My Way" by The Elliots
      "In the Dark" by The Changes
      "Red Meets Blue" by Matt Wertz
      "Remind Me To Miss You" by Headway
      "So Many Times Before" by Anna T. Coogan
      "Song Beneath the Song" by Maria Taylor
      "Take Yourself Away" by Saturn Missiles
      "The Last Transmission" by The Comas
      "Trouble Sleeping" by The Perishers

    Trivia (1)

    • Goof: When it is still light out, before Kyle goes to the Rack to meet Amanda, his door has no lock on it. Later, after they meet and he has been grounded, there is a lock.

    Allusions (4)

    • Josh: Leaping tall buildings in a single whatever. A reference to "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound," a phrase coined by Jay Morton and first used in the Superman radio serials and Max Fleischer animated shorts of the 1940s.

    • Josh: Genius joins the dark side.
      Referencing the Star Wars franchise. The dark side (of the force) represents all that is evil. Main characters (such as Anakin Skywalker and Luke Skywalker) are tempted to (or do) join the dark side and become evil.

    • Josh: Homework? Done! I know, you should call Ripley's.
      Referencing Ripley's Believe It or Not!, which shows crazy stunts, bizarre events, strange items or unusual happenings. It became a television show, a comic, radio show, computer game and more.

    • Episode Title: "Great Expectations" Great Expectations is a classic novel by Charles Dickens.

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