Season 1 Episode 10

Very Superstitious

Aired Unknown Nov 15, 2004 on YTV
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Very Superstitious
Megan takes away Squib, Sebastian and Adena's lucky charms and hides them in a shed. Without them they start playing badly, so they're threatend to be put down to the "b" group if their game doesn't improve. As soon as Megan tells Cody what she's done Cody secretly sneaks in the shed and gets the charms, when Megan goes back to get them she freaks. Squib, Adena and Sebastian, (the voo-doo crew), decides to get back at Megan by making her stay in front of the shed all night while they sneak out the back door.moreless

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  • Meghan tries to convince the rest of the gang that good luck charms dont really work.

    This Episode was OK. Not too much excitement, but a intriguing storyline.Ok, The Mastermind of this episode is someone you wouldnt really, expect. Meghan O'Connar. Adena, Sebastian ans Squib, all have their lucky charms. A Bungie a pair of boxers and a picture of a Tennis Legend.When they go missing, the crews game becomes, well....Ahh....Terrible. Although this episode seemed a little of centered and didnt make much sence, the plot was good and the Charecters really seemed to know what they were doing.If there wasnt any cheesy music this episode would probably deserve an 8. Hey but what can you expect for a bunch super paranoied actors. Joking, The Actors are all Cool.moreless
Charles Powell

Charles Powell

President Harold Bates

Jaclyn Linetsky

Jaclyn Linetsky

Megan O'Connor (Season 1 Eps. 1-12)

Thierry René

Thierry René

Coach Artie Gunnerson (Season 1)

Laurence Leboeuf

Laurence Leboeuf

Cody Myers

Meaghan Rath

Meaghan Rath

Adena Stiles

Max Walker

Max Walker

Gary "Squib" Furlong

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    • Many athletes have specific superstitions: Some athletes believe that by doing a specific act before the match or wearing a certain item brings them good luck.

      These superstitions are manifested by the person's beliefs or thoughts that although to others may not be logical, to the person it gives them confidence that a certain act or item brings them good luck.

      Athletes take their superstition seriously as portrayed by the group's loss of charm stolen by Megan, who wanted to prove a point that it is their strength and ability to play the game, rather than a single object.

    • The episode title, 'Very Superstitious' may have been derived from the movie, Who's Superstitious? about the origins of several superstitions, including crossing one's fingers when lying and why opening an umbrella inside a building is bad luck.