Naturally, Sadie

Season 3 Episode 10

The Hawthorne Identity

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Aired Sunday 6:05 PM Aug 05, 2007 on Disney Channel
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The Hawthorne Identity
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When Sadie's cousin Katie is suspended from her school and transfers to Bennett High School, she sets her sights on Ben. During this, Hal and Walter work together for Career Day.

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  • One of the best episodes of Naturally Sadie.

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    So, Sadie's cousin was back in town because she got kicked out of her school. Katie knew that Sadie was crazy about Ben since she read her diary. So that made Katie go after Ben. Ben didn't see the evil in Katie until the end of the episode when she saids "i never even like him" he hears them talking. Sadie tells all the things that make Ben a great guy. Then Sadie turns into Katie one more time at the end of the episode and kisses Ben leaving to think that she still doesn't like like him that way any more.moreless
Charlotte Arnold

Charlotte Arnold

Sadie Hawthorne, Katie

Michael D'Ascenzo

Michael D'Ascenzo

Rainbow "Rain" Papadakis

Jasmine Richards

Jasmine Richards

Margaret Browning-Levesque

Justin Bradley

Justin Bradley

Hal Hawthorne

Timm Zemanek

Timm Zemanek

Mr. Mayberry

Guest Star

Jacob Kraemer

Jacob Kraemer

Ben Harrison

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Alison Sealy-Smith

Alison Sealy-Smith

Ms. Mann

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    • At the end of the show Katie and Sadie were fighting over Ben even thought Katie did not like Ben at all. Then Ben came along into the scene and said that he was standing there the whole time, even thought he wasn't.

    • Katie was trying to blow up a cake in Ms. Mann's face, but when Katie gives Ms. Mann the cake, (standing beside Sadie)t he camera turns to the two girls (Katie and Sadie) and the cake blows up towards the girls and yet, the girls have no cake on them anywhere and Ms. Mann has it all over her.

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