Being Erica

Season 2 Episode 2

Battle Royale

Aired Monday 9:00 PM Sep 29, 2009 on CBC
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Episode Summary

When Erica and Ethan start arguing a lot in their relationship, Erica notices, that she doesn't even know why. When meeting Doctor Tom for her therapy, he sends her back to an early relationship in summer camp, that suddenly, without her knowing why, ended and resulted in her getting thrown out of camp.


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  • They are fighting already

    after we had to wait the whole last season for erica and ethan to finally get together, now they are fighting already. hes worried that she pushes to hard, and honestly: she did. i mean all that marriage and children talk at the party of ericas mother... kind of a little bit too much. however, when shes send back to her early love in summer camp she finds out that talking is the most important thing in a relationship. she didnt know that?? come on... however, what about brent? is he really going to kick guilianne out? he will never come through with this. and what about sam and her husband? does this mean they leave the show or will he leave her? i never liked him anyway... so no big loss there.

    any way, great episode.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Featured Music:
      "Dead" by Supergarage (Played on Ethan's car radio)
      "These Are Days" by 10,000 Maniacs (Erica is sent back)
      "Pump Up The Jam" by Technotronic (Dance rehearsal)
      "Till It Happens To You" by Corinne Bailey Rae (The promotion is revealed)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Erica: Fighting, it's like eating, sleeping, breathing. We all do it, just in our own way. Some say that the success of a relationship hinges on how we resolve conflict. Like it or not, how we fight matters.

    • Erica: Conflict - it's everywhere you look, it touches everything you do, every relationship we have. Isn't it funny how at their core, all fights are the same. Two people yelling, or accusing, or running away. Two people doing anything to avoid telling each other what they really feel. Just talk when you want to run, reveal when you want to attack.
      It's so simple, so obvious. And at the same time, so incredibly hard.

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