15/Love

Season 2 Episode 14

Volley of the Dolls

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Aired Unknown Dec 14, 2005 on YTV
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Volley of the Dolls
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The annual tournament between Cascadia and Brentwood has come around again...

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • There's a scene where Tanis is standing at the Brentwood, practicing to hit the ball. You see that her hair is in a neat ponytail.
        Then Cody comes to talk to her.
        When the camera faces Tanis again, her ponytail is messy with strands of hair coming out.

        The same scene Cameron's voice can be heard laughing but he never appears on screen in the scene.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Cody (Narration): It's funny how everyone ran into their alternate selves at Brentwood, but I didn't. Maybe I'm supposed to be the loner.
        (Cody turns around to find Nate taking pictures with his camera. They then run off taking pictures of each other)

    • NOTES (3)

      • Everyone had there own double(execpt Rick).Their names are:
        Gary "Squib" Furlong-Cary "Skip" Farley
        Cameron White-Carson Green
        Adena-Athena
        Tanis-Tammy
        Sunny-(double's name unknown)
        Cody Myers-Nathaniel Bates

      • This episode implies that Cody and Nate are each other's doubles, which means that Cody does have a Brentwood double, because Nate used to go to Brentwood.

      • There seems to be a parallel world at Brentwood Academy. Cascadia members, the core group - Squib, Tanis, Cameron, Sunny, Cody and Adena all have counterparts with similar name. This is to poke fun of the series to show the exaggeration of each character and their flaws, which the series characters of 15/Love fails to see.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The title of this episode, Volley of the Dolls, is derived from the 1967 movie, Valley of the Dolls. It's from the film version of Jacqueline Susann's best-selling novel chronicling the rise and fall of three young ladies in show business.

        The original movie was about deception to gain a desirable objective. Each character in the movie gives up a part of herself in order to gain the greater good. One woman is an sex object, another greedy, and the third talented, but devious. Each character in 15/Love resembles the characteristics of the movie.

        In the Valley of the Dolls, it's instant turn-on... dolls to put you to sleep at night, kick you awake in the morning, make life seem great - instant love, instant excitement, ultimate hell!

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