Hang Time

Season 6 Episode 12

Graduation on Three

Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Dec 16, 2000 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Graduation on Three
The gang prepare to take a final glance at their time spent at Deering over the years. Everyone is emotional, especially Kristy who is worried that after they graduate, they'll never see each other again.

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  • The best finale episode of history!

    We all know that this show is not publical as "Fresh Prince Of Bel Air"! But unfortunately, this show had a better ending than "Fresh Prince". The main character in this show is Julie and she completes her graduation on time as the series finales approaches. Even the other teens graduated at the same time as Julie. It is good enough to see Coach K staying longer in Deering after this show ended its series.

    This is show is a true story that it is all about a co-ed high school that has a boys basketball team and does not have a girls basketball team at all. The transferred girl athlete, who entered Deering, did worked. After this series ended, the boys basketball team was back to normal. The new girls basketball team was formed and Coach K dated a new woman coach of the girls basketball team. Both teams improved better as Coach K and the new woman coach started dating, getting married and transferred to a same college as new coaches of their own basketball team.

    I wish "Fresh Prince" would have a same better ending like this show.moreless
Dick Butkus

Dick Butkus

Coach Mike Katowinski (1998-2000)

Danso Gordon

Danso Gordon

Kenny "Silk" Hayes (1998-2000)

Megan Parlen

Megan Parlen

Mary Beth Pepperton

Phillip Glasser

Phillip Glasser

Eugene Brown (1999-2000)

Jay Hernandez

Jay Hernandez

Antonio Lopez (1998-2000)

Daniella Deutscher

Daniella Deutscher

Julie Connor

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (4)

    • At the party, Mary Beth and Julie follow Kristy into the bathroom. As they try to convince Kristy that the gang will still be friends after graduation, Mary Beth sits down on the toilet. Mary Beth becomes embarrassed when the toilet flushes and sheepishly apologizes, but she began to cringe even before the toilet flushed.

    • At Kristy's party, Silk is taking pictures of everyone but the camera is upside down.

    • The actor playing Searer also appeared as an extra trying out for the Deering High team in the episode A Whole New Ball Game. He also was an extra on the Lenox team, playing Whipp (#11) in the episode Let Them Play.

    • Silk and Eugene have a conversation that reveals Eugene isn't wearing anything under his gown. However, when he gets up to receive his diploma, Eugene is wearing pants.

  • QUOTES (4)

  • NOTES (3)

    • The characters Searer and Demopoulos are named after writers of the series.

    • Jeffrey Sachs (Principal Sachs) is a writer on the series and wrote this episode.

    • The scene, about the whole Deering gang, including coach, splitting up outside of Deering, was not shown. But they all, except coach who went home ahead of everyone, hugged each other goodbye. The girls hugged each other goodbye, Julie and Michael hugged each other goodbye, Kristy and Antonio hugged each other goodbye, and Mary Beth, Eugene and Silk hugged each other goodbye.