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Season 1 Episode 7

Scourge of the Frankenrival

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Aired Unknown Oct 18, 2004 on YTV
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Scourge of the Frankenrival
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Adena has had it with the behavior of Sunny. Together with Megan, she decides to transform the simple country girl Violet to the ultimate tennis babe. Their plan goes great. Violet succeeds to bring her metamorphose to a good end. But still Adena and Megan get regret of their interferences.moreless

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Brittany Drisdelle

Brittany Drisdelle

Violet Hall

Guest Star

Emma Campbell

Emma Campbell

Jennifer Wiley

Guest Star

David Schaap

David Schaap

Hartley Myers

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  • NOTES (1)

    • When Sebastien and Squib pairs up for an English assignment, Sebastien agrees to do most of the work, but Sebastien is called from his father to come down to help him at the bowling alley. Sebastien tells Squib that his father is a French Diplomat, and that he (Sebastien) must attend the dinner along with his father, and must leave Cascadia for the weekend. Sebastien lies to Squib about his whereabouts so that he would not be looked upon differently or with pity, and is scared to let the campus and his friends know that he is poor, and his father works in a bowling alley and not as a French Diplomat.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Scourge of the Frankenrival is an allusion to the book Frankenstein that Mary Shelley published in 1910. This book was mentioned in the episode because Squib must tell a book report on this book as a punishment for not completing his past work and not paying attention during class.

      Scourge is a means of inflicting severe suffering, vengeance, or punishment; Frankenstein is for ugly, and rival as opponent, which represents Megan and Adena's attempt at dethroning Sunny with Violet Hall.

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