Lincoln Heights

Season 2 Episode 8

An Eye for an Eye

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Aired Monday 7:00 PM Oct 23, 2007 on ABC Family
7.9
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Lizzie sets up a talent show for charity at the coffee shop, Eddie's father is still bent on revenge for the murder of his wife, and Cassie and Sage set their sights on Charles. Meanwhile, Jenn organizes a local support group.

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  • Another great episode of Lincoln Heights that shows real emotion.

    8.8
    This episode was fantastic as in the story behind this episode. It had a lot of emotion and whay people thought about gangs especially the mother's who lost someone they love to gang violence.



    We can see that Grandpa Sutton was right.. Ruben did kill his wife and now he ran away. When I saw the first episode that he thought Ruben did it, I knew it deep dow.. because Grandpa Sutton looked into the killers eyes and that is not something which can forgotten.



    Lizzie was great in this episode with the Fund Raiser for the needy.. That girl is on the right track.. and she really gives a helping hand to her sister altough she might not want it sometimes.



    Now Tay has got some moves :) I really like that kid cause he is quite but really talented. He is the kind of kid that you miss in a crowd but it will be your lose in what you are missing...



    Sage is always looking to get attention and it is really a shame that Charles is with her and not Cassie.. Overall it was a great episode with real emotion on what is happening to the world. We might not realise but the violence there is, it's killing us slowly.moreless
  • Lizzie decides to throw talent show for charity at the coffee shop, and Cassie and Sage are both out to get Charles. Meanwhile, Jenn organizes a local support group which makes Eddie very unhappy.moreless

    9.7
    Ok while watching this show i was seriously on edge, I loved the talent show and all but the tension with Sage and Cassie was funny and cruel. Then there was Charles, he is really not having a good time of it and I'm sure some of that is from what is going on at home but Lizzie throws a Talent show to raise money (to replace the money that her grandpa stole)for homeless and alot of people participate. Sage,Charles and & Cassie happen to be in it, as well as Taye who Shines i might add. Sage takes this time to make Cassie jealous and insult her, uses Charles appearance in the Cafe to destract Cassie during her performance which causes cassie to fall off the stage and hurt herself. Lulu, Cassie's best friend ask Cassie if she would like her to mess up Sages performance and Cassie says no she doesn't want anyone to be humiliated like she was. Charles figures out what happen and dedicate an apology song to Cassie. He confronts Sage about what she did and she apologizes and tell Charles she just wanted his attention on her.moreless
Darrin Dewitt Henson

Darrin Dewitt Henson

Ruben

Guest Star

Patricia De Leon

Patricia De Leon

Sophia Munoz

Guest Star

Lisa Renee Pitts

Lisa Renee Pitts

Allison Sawyer

Guest Star

Alice Greczyn

Alice Greczyn

Sage

Recurring Role

Cory Hardrict

Cory Hardrict

Luc Bisgaier

Recurring Role

William Stanford Davis

William Stanford Davis

Jake

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Lizzie's Poem:

      I may not have a rhyme,
      But there's always a reason to speak on this chick
      No matter the season

      I know a girl with mad style and grace
      One smile from her can light up any dark place
      If I've got good news or been hurt by someone
      Her room is always the first place I run
      I revolve around her, in my world she's the sun

      She's like a mosaic with all its layers and hues
      She can get lost for hours in her grays and her blues
      She can paint you her dreams using colors so bright
      Then listen to secrets in the darkness of night

      I look up to this… she
      It's who I'd like to be
      You can try to defeat her, but she'll always stand tall
      She's a Sutton girl, and we're the best, after all

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Eddie: I'm just trying to keep you safe.
      Jenn: We gave up safe when we moved here, Eddie, now it's about trying to make a difference where we can.
      Eddie: Jenn, you can't fix every broken wing.
      Jenn: Neither can you, but you haven't stopped trying.

    • Lund: So what's the deal? You got some kind of a twisted fetish for cops' daughters?
      Charles: No! Sage is cool, we're just hanging out.
      Lund: Let's keep it that way; Sage has got enough problems.
      Charles: Mr. Lund, I'm a good guy. You don't need to worry about me hurting your daughter.
      Lund: It's not her I'm worried about. Sage eats good guys for breakfast.

    • Sage: What do I have to do for you to dedicate a song to me?

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Title: "An Eye for an Eye"

      A phrase ("eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth, limb for a limb") used to describe the philosophy of punishment in the Code of Hammurabi. The code, created sometime in 1700-1800 BC, was given to the King by the God's of Babylon. Hammurabi then set them in stone to show they were unchangeable. The crimes and punishments are quite specific, and tend to match the punishment to the offense: loss of surgical hand for loss of patient's life, loss of breast for a wet nurse who switched babies, etc.

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