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Kyle XY

Season 2 Episode 23

I've Had the Time of My Life

Aired Monday 9:00 PM Mar 17, 2008 on ABC Family
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Episode Summary

The teens scramble to make their prom night as perfect as possible, and Jessi makes a surprise announcement regarding her relationship with Sarah.

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  • Amanda went out to check kyle and saw everythng that kyle did it was super magical and at the same time romantic.Amanda said "its perfect" while kyle was holding 2 beautiful rose(the balloons,the lights and the big sunset)i agree it was amazingly perfect.moreless

    kyle and amanda

    Like what kyle said "when you love someone theres no limit to what you can accomplish" Kyle has no limit when it comes to loving amanda. Inspite of not having cash kyle made prom magical and romanic with the help of his extraordinary abilities of course.Prom became "the time of there lives".

    Declan and Lori(leclan)

    Sad evening for them. Not because of Lori loosing the contest but because of there relationship. In the end FRIENDS. I guess its for the best for both of them.


    Im so happy for her even though she didnt attend prom on the bright side finally she has someone she can call her family.moreless
  • Prom/Fright night

    Kyle and Amanda try desperately to make the night as perfect as possible for each other, little do they know that Latnok is after Kyle. Kyle and Jessi as you know are more developed the we mere mortals and have been under the watchful eye of latnok since the beginning. Now Latnok wishes to bring Kyle in, but what for thats the question.

    This episode is based on Prom Night and all the cliches that come with it sex, alcohol, angst and perfection. I really liked this episode, except for a few things at the end, not because they done badly but because of how i wanted them to turn out, i.e. Lori and Declan.

    Anyway a good episode and a great season. Looking forward to next year, PEACE.moreless
  • Last Episode of the Season

    So some people didn't really like the season finale of the second season. I personally thought it wasn't that bad. It was a romantic episode especially with Kyle and Amanda, considering they were trying to make prom special for one another. This season finale ending with Amanda being taken away as soon as Kyle comes back with her stuff. Sure everyone goes to prom, but I though that it was a good way to end the season. It really shows how all the characters have developed so far in the show and I thought that was a good thing. This episode also shows Jessie leaving with Sarah ,because she wants to have a family and be loved just like Kyle is. This episode could have been a little better, but overall I though it was a good episode no matter what anyone else says. Kyle XY is an engaging show that captures its audience and I can't wait for season 3 , hopefully it will come back with a good season premiere startmoreless
  • Prom, a celebration of how far we've come.

    Kyle XY Prom episode. Mrs. Trager had a line that summed it up too well : (she says to kyle) "When you first came here, everything in the world was new. Look at all you've learned. Look at all you have overcome." When I first tuned into kyle XY it was a drama about a teen boy who perceives the world through untainted eyes. Each episode had an underlying social commentary. Kyle's monologue usually has him making innocent yet inciteful observations about time or truth or some other element of everyday life that we never notice. Look how far its come. This episode sums up season 2. This show has evolved into a cheesy teen drama without a objective. Each of season 2's episodes seem to come from a cookie cutter. Put kyle into some teen drama crisis. He negotiates some sort of solution like he's Henry Kissinger. Then add a small teaser about Kyle's ill defined powers. I say, where is the point in all this. They must have changed this show to suit a focus group of 14 year old girls. This episode seemed like a giant denouement, everything was perfect, no real problem just ridiculous teen drama. The final teaser was very poorly done. The final 2 minutes are the only interesting part and it was squeezed in so tight, that I didn't even care. I'm done with this show.moreless
  • Boring, nothing happened.

    The review of this episode should be really quick, because all it is about, is prom. From the first minute, I waited for something interesting to happen, beacuase I assumed, 40 minutes cannot be only about prom, but nothing happened.

    I admit, second season was not quite my cup of tea. I liked the parts, when Kyle was "new", he didn´t understand the things and he learned them. I like the first episodes, when he´s slightly confused. I accepted that the second season will be more about conspiracy and it wasn´t bad(though the Kyle/Amanda relationship was everywhere and I really hate the interaction between them. It is always kind of awkward, so I have my limits to watch it). When the shows goes to its finale, you expect something big. Usually it´s not so big as you hope...but to built whole episode on prom? And the end was not what I expected, as well. It was...weird. Why would Latnok want to kiddnap Amanda(or anybody else)? You can easily leave out this episode, just watch the finale two minutes.moreless
Ian Robison

Ian Robison


Guest Star

Nicholas Lea

Nicholas Lea

Thomas Foss

Recurring Role

Chelan Simmons

Chelan Simmons


Recurring Role

Magda Apanowicz

Magda Apanowicz

Andy Jensen

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Kyle: I'm gonna miss you, Jessi.
      Jessi: No, you're not. Because no matter where I am, we're always connected.
      Kyle: That's true.
      Jessi: Even if I am smarter.
      Kyle: (laughs) Stronger.
      Jessi: Faster.

    • Amanda: You may not know that… I love you.
      Kyle: You do?
      Amanda: I do.
      Kyle: I love you, too.

    • Amanda: Jessi helped me.
      Lori: You did?
      Jessi: Well, I didn't want to, but she was really pathetic.

    • Adam: I'll be back one day, when it's time for us to resume our training. In the meantime I want you to stay here and enjoy what I never had.
      Kyle: What's that?
      Adam: A life.

    • Stephen: (to Lori, Josh and Kyle) There will be no sex had by you! Not any of you! Not tonight, tomorrow or hopefully ever in my lifetime.

    • Lori: You have two moms. Doesn't one of them wear a little lip gloss?
      Andy: My moms think that make-up is an ageist, sexist ploy to devalue the feminine form in its natural state, perpetuating unrealistic myths and expectations.

    • Stephen: All right, you want it quick and painless. (holds up a condom) Don't use this.
      Josh: You don't want me to have safe sex?

    • Kyle: (voice-over) Expectations, to them the word implied inevitable failure, was it wrong to have faith that things could turn out well.

    • Lori: Why on Earth would you watch Prom Night? It's scary.
      Kyle: It's video research for the prom.
      Nicole: You're researching the prom?
      Lori: And it led you to Prom Night?
      Kyle: It had the most straight forward title.
      Nicole: What else did you look at?
      Kyle: 44 movies, 2.6 million websites and 37 young adult novels. Prom is the most romantic moment in a young person's life; it's the culmination of adolescence and marks the beginning of the journey into adulthood.

    • Kyle: (voice-over) There's a reason why people say we shouldn't expect too much. No one wants to see someone they care about end up disappointed. We instinctively act to protect our own from being hurt, and do what we can to make the right choices for the people we love. But the reason we have expectations in the first place is because we want to aim as high as we can. Because when you love someone, there's no limit to what you can accomplish.

    • Lori: All the makeup, like, ever is on your face!
      Andy: I want to look va-va-voomy for Josh, but I keep coming up with vampire clown whore.

    • Lori: Don't worry, Dad. Store's closed.
      Stephen: What store?
      Lori: Tragerporium is locked tight. No weekend sales; no limited time offers; security systems armed; guard dogs are roaming the aisle! 'Course we're still encouraging window shopping, 'cause you always want to keep the public interested. But I can assure you that tonight will not be about sex.
      Kyle: I thought prom was basically just foreplay for much of the adolescent universe.

  • NOTES (2)