10 Things I Hate About You

Season 1 Episode 10

Don't Leave Me This Way

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Sep 08, 2009 on ABC Family
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Don't Leave Me This Way
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When the school enforces new policies on the students, Kat stages a protest. She gets helped by the most unexpected person, Chastity. But can they put their differences aside for their common goal? Meawhile, Bianca's dreams of cheerleading can become true if she can keep her kiss with Joey a secret from Chastity. And Cameron has a hard time getting over Bianca.moreless

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  • Amazing cliffhanger!

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    This was an amazing mid-season finale! I love this show! I cannot wait till it returns. Pat & Kat were really great in this episode. I love the whole walk out plot the most. Kat chose to be suspended in the end. I like how all the characters incorporated beautifully. Cameron needing time to get over her was pretty sad. I loved the scene when both Chastity & Cameron saw them making out, when they were rallying. The whole episode was great. And the cliffhanger is Chastity trying to find out who made out with her ex, when it turns out it's her best friend, who ironically helping her. Cannot wait for new eppies.moreless
Jay Phillips

Jay Phillips

Security Guard

Guest Star

Jack Salvatore, Jr.

Jack Salvatore, Jr.

Brad

Guest Star

Cody McMains

Cody McMains

Keith

Guest Star

Kyle Kaplan

Kyle Kaplan

Michael Bernstein

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Suzy Nakamura

Suzy Nakamura

Principal Holland

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Jolene Purdy

Jolene Purdy

Mandella

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • (Bianca confesses to Kat about kissing Joey at the party)
      Kat: Either live with the guilt or tell Chastity.
      Bianca: I would, but I prefer to keep my intestines inside my body.

    • Joey: (holding a newspaper) Good news, baby. The war in Azerbijackistan is over.
      Chastity: (to Bianca) Okay, his behavior's becoming so erratic. He's like my grandma before we put her on meds.

    • Walter: Oh, my God! Do you mean to tell me the students have to leave their Uzis and heroin at home?
      Kat: Dad, this isn't a joke.
      Walter: How about knives and crack?

    • (after Cameron agreed to become friends again with Bianca)
      Michael: 'You're my best friend'? First, you already got a best friend. (points to himself) And second, she's just not that into you.
      Cameron: Hey, she's still transitioning into seeing me as a viable heterosexual.

    • Cameron: Haven't you ever known something deep in your heart?
      Michael: I'm 15. I know things deep in my pants.

    • Joey: I don't even know if she ever loved me. Not the real me. I was just this gorgeous status accessory, like Paris Hilton's poodle.
      Bianca: Girls like Chastity don't like other girls playing with their poodles... even if they've given their poodles away. And Chastity can be really mean.
      Joey: That's why I'm ready to be with someone really sweet, like you. Take you, for example.

    • Chastity: (talking to his father on the phone) Ditch these stupid uniforms, or I'll tell Mommy how I found out... that your executive assistant doesn't wear a bra.

    • Walter: I don't get this, Kat. You always wanted to go to an Ivy League school.
      Kat: They'll appreciate my social conscience.
      Walter: No. They'll label you a problem student. You know how competitive it is. They'll look for some reason to reject you. It's like enlisting in the army and writing down, 'Oh, by the way, I'm gay.'

  • NOTES (2)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Czech Republic: April 30, 2011 on AXN

    • Music in this episode:
      "I Want You To Want Me" By KSM
      The song is heard as Patrick and Kat leave, and Kat jumps on the back of Patrick's motorcycle as they drive off into the sunset.

  • ALLUSIONS (10)

    • Joey: I was just this gorgeous status accessory, like Paris Hilton's poodle.

      Paris Hilton is a hotel heiress, singer, and actress. The dog she is most noted often as being spotted with is her chihuahua, Tinkerbell.

    • Kat: I was the 'girl gone wild' this past weekend.

      Girls Gone Wild, a video series targeted towards the male adult market, captures on camera mostly drunk party girls performing lewd acts and sexual activities.

    • Kat: Way to go Sienna Miller.

      Fashion designer and actress Sienna Miller, a constant figure in celebrity tabloid news, drew attention from the media when she began an affair with actor Balthazar Getty, who was then married to designer Rosetta Getty.

    • Chastity: This is cheerleading, not Grey's Anatomy.

      Grey's Anatomy is an ABC drama series which depicts the lives of doctors and patients of Seattle Grace Hospital.

    • Kat: I was really drunk Saturday night, like Mel Gibson drunk.

      Actor Mel Gibson is notorious for his DUI arrest in July 2006 and the anti-Semitic remarks he made to the arresting officer while handcuffed inside the car.

    • Security Guard: School board enacted its own little Patriot Act last night... and I am the new Dick Cheney.

      The USA Patriot Act, enacted more than a month after the September 11 terrorist attacks, has been highly criticized for its supposed infringement on civil liberties. Dick Cheney, the US Vice President from 2001 to 2009, was instrumental in shaping President Bush's policies in his fight against terrorism.

    • Kat: I'm an Energizer Bunny for liberty.

      The Energizer Bunny is the pink rabbit mascot of Energizer batteries which is portrayed in commercials endlessly walking around and tirelessly beating his drum.

    • Walter: We need to talk. Now, Norma Rae.

      Norma Rae is the textile factory worker and labor protest leader portrayed by Sally Field in the 1979 film of the same name.

    • Mandella: Fight the power.

      The 1989 song "Fight the Power" by Public Enemy, included in the film soundtrack of Do the Right Thing, was used primarily as a political statement by the hip-hop group in the early '90s.

    • The Title refers to Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes hit song Don't Leave Me This Way.

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