Just Deal

Season 3 Episode 12


Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Jul 27, 2002 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Jermaine: Uhh, about my first love?
      Mandy: Yeah?
      Jermaine: That'd be Kim. Don't tell anybody.

    • Dylan: (to Ash) I guess I can deal with losing my girlfriend, but I can't deal with losing my friend too.

    • Ash: (to Dylan) I'm really sorry about what I did. But, do we have to lose everything?

    • Ash: Because of him [Dylan], I tried things I never would have on my own. He helped me make a whole new life. He's the best friend I ever had.

    • Benny: Well, there's some people that can meet in high school that can stay together forever, I mean, look at Romeo and Juliet.
      Kim: They died!
      Benny: OK, bad example.

    • Ash: I'm not going. I may never go back to school. I might...take a year or two and...travel! I'll take a semester abroad.
      Emily Gordon: Oh, that's an option--in college, not high school.

  • Notes

    • Despite his assertion that an 800 was a perfect score, the SAT's had been recentered in 1996 and while 800 (1600 on the SAT) remained the top score, it no longer guaranteed perfection. On the old, uninflated scale a score from a 1490 to 1600 could result in a 1600 on the new, inflated scale. So Jermaine's score under the uninflated system might have been as low as 750 or 745. Or it could have bee a true 800.

    • Jermaine says that he scored a perfect 800 on his PSAT (Pre-Scholastic Aptitude Test).

    • Music:
      "Deadman" by The Dingees
      "You Are Me" by Elephant Band
      "S Is for Susan" by Park
      "The Closest Thing" by the Juliana Theory

    • This episode premiered Wednesday, July 24 on the Fox Kids network in Australia.

    • "Yearbook" was an early working title for Just Deal.

  • Allusions

    • Mandy: This isn't Behind the Music!

      Behind the Music is a series of documentaries that have aired on the cable music channel VH1 since 1997. Made with the cooperation of those profiled, it takes a look at the careers of pop singers, rock groups and other musicians. Almost all of the installments feature up-and-down stories of huge career successes followed by hard times (frequently the result of drug use) and career rebuilding.

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