Boston Public

Season 2 Episode 14

Chapter Thirty-Four

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Feb 18, 2002 on FOX
9.6
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Chapter Thirty-Four
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Seven teenagers, including Zack, are killed in a drunk driving accident and the students and teachers, both, must face their grief. Ronnie takes it especially hard having been close with Zack. Brooke's best friend was also killed in the accident. Meanwhile, Harvey tries to convince the students that he was George Washington in a previous life.moreless

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  • Amazing.

    9.5
    So far, "Boston Public" never dissapointed me, and this episode was probably one of the best episodes so far. Seven teenagers die in a tragic car accident, three of them are from Winslow High. Although the theme is very sad, it gave us a chance to see how teachers and teenagers react after their friend.



    Jeri Ryan portraits the role of Ronnie Cooke absolutely fabulous; after dealing with a few minor situations, she is heartbroken in this episode. Accidents like this happen in life, all the time we can hear that our fellow classmates were either killed or died in an accident. This episode shows us reality.



    There were already a few ludacris episodes of the show, but I still loved the show, and this episode proves that the show is an absolute amazing drama show. China Jesusita Chaver's character (Brooke Harper) also deals with her friend's death in her own way, in a way that I would probably also act. I don't want to put myself in her position, but this episode really makes yout think. What if something like this could happen to me?



    Tragic accident aside, we saw a minor confliction between Meredith and Marla, but their story wasn't important at all. Harvey's story really made me laugh. I mean, come on! He claims that he was George Washington in his previous life. And Kleopatra before that. That man is really hilarious!



    Meanwhile, Harry continues dealing with troubles in his own way. I was totally at his side all the time, teenagers are very heavy people. Louisa didn't have much story in this episode.



    And the thing that I mostly hate is the fact that Jessalyn Gilsig's character (Lauren Davis) doesn't have much of a story during the entire second season. Why is this? The stories from season one were amazing. Why don't they give her more screen time?



    All in all, this episode was really amazing. A lot of drama, and a bit of comedy. Just the way I like it.moreless
Neil Flynn

Neil Flynn

Walter Andrews

Guest Star

Eric Barry

Eric Barry

Landon

Guest Star

Josh Keaton

Josh Keaton

Martin Andrews

Guest Star

Tamara LaSeon Bass

Tamara LaSeon Bass

Debbie Nixon

Recurring Role

China Jesusita Shavers

China Jesusita Shavers

Brooke Harper

Recurring Role

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