Flash Forward (1997)

Season 1 Episode 22

Expose

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Unknown on Disney Channel
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Parkview suddenly becomes newsworthy when a hot shot reporter named Kilroy decides to write an article on "today's student". This is too good to resist for Tucker and Miles and they concoct an elaborate set of ficticious behaviors to feed to the gullible reporter. Meanwhile, Becca is hoping to use this opportunity to get something of her own published and she's mortified when she sees Kilroy swallowing the bait: hook, line and sinker. After a front page "expose" is printed in the papers Lifestyles section, Tucker becomes the "voice of a new generation". While revelling in the spotlight, Tucker realizes that Becca's column was turned down, even though she was the really the one with something legitimate to say.moreless

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  • Outrageous and halarious!

    9.5
    This episode is so funny and epic brilliant, they made the reporter Jimmy Kilroy look like a complete fool and his true motives were uncovered at the end, just another sleazy guy trying to write a book and line his pockets with money from making fun of the brilliant students as Parkview. Also, VP Petrowsky and AP Pratt are seriously LOL during this episode. Brilliant! 9.5
Ben Foster (I)

Ben Foster (I)

Tucker James

Jewel Staite

Jewel Staite

`Becca' Rebecca Sarah Fisher

Theodore Borders

Theodore Borders

Miles Vaughn

Asia Vieira

Asia Vieira

Christine 'Chris' Harrison

Jonathan Wilson

Jonathan Wilson

Jim Kilroy

Guest Star

Matthew Lemche

Matthew Lemche

Roland Nembhard

Guest Star

Katherine Shekter

Katherine Shekter

Steffi

Guest Star

Ellen Ray Hennessy

Ellen Ray Hennessy

Callie James

Recurring Role

Ricky Mabe

Ricky Mabe

Horace James

Recurring Role

Don Dickinson

Don Dickinson

Vice Principal Petrowsky

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