Ellen

Season 4 Episode 6

The Bubble Gum Incident

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Aired Unknown Oct 30, 1996 on ABC
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The Bubble Gum Incident
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Ellen and Paige receive 25th reunion invitations to Camp Pineridge. Paige brings up the incident in which Megan O’Connor stuck gum in her hair, and she swears she will have her revenge. Ellen decides not to go until she finds out Megan is on the "We pine for ye, but can’t find ye" list. Ellen tells her therapist that after 25 years, she still hasn’t told Paige it was her that stuck gum in Paige’s hair, not Megan. Then, back at camp, Megan shows up. Paige is thrilled she can carry out her plan. Ellen is thrilled when she finds out that Megan is now Sister Mary, so Paige can’t continue with her plan. But Paige says she has been waiting for the day she gets her revenge, and plans to carry out the plan. So, Ellen tells Paige it was her. In the end, Ellen and Paige are best friends yet again.moreless

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    Carol Barbee

    Carol Barbee

    Megan

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    Fred Ornstein

    Fred Ornstein

    Camp Director

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    Cynthia Madvig

    Cynthia Madvig

    The Admirer

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    Patrick Bristow

    Patrick Bristow

    Peter Barnes

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    Bruce Campbell

    Bruce Campbell

    Ed Billik

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      • Paige: Oh look at this. Something from Camp Pine Ridge.
        Ellen: Let me see, let me see!
        Audrey: Oh, I always wanted to go to camp. Why did my parents have to love me so much?
        Joe: Yeah, you missed out on a lot - sleeping in bunk beds, hanging out with the guys in the yard, sassing the boss, having to spend the night in the box...
        Spencer: What kind of camp did you go to?
        Joe: They called it Juvie...

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