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Season 2 Episode 3

Citizen Shame

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Aired Unknown Oct 06, 2000 on The WB
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Citizen Shame
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Brooke begins an unlikely friendship with her SAT teacher Bonnie. But when the two meet after school, the two both get in trouble with the law. Carmen's family life is more than hectic when she asks Sam to move in with her for awhile, but it appears as if Carmen is hiding something to painful to reveal. While, Jane makes an unexpected discovery that effects her relationship with Mike. Meanwhile, Ms. Glass's Uncle Tipton returns to LA to visit her alleged child. Desperately seeking a child, Ms. Glass hires Nicole to pretend to be her daughter. But more confusion occurs, when Lily poses as Ms. Glass's son.moreless

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    Andrea Bendewald

    Andrea Bendewald

    Bonnie

    Guest Star

    Susan Ruttan

    Susan Ruttan

    Joy Ferrara

    Guest Star

    Ed Beechner

    Ed Beechner

    Police Officer # 1

    Guest Star

    Robert Gant

    Robert Gant

    Vice-Principal Calvin Krupps

    Recurring Role

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      • Leslie Grossman is credited but doesn't appear.

      • Music featured in the episode:
        "Money" by Pink Floyd
        "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend" by Marilyn Monroe from the 1953 film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

      • Diane Delano played Uncle Tipton, increasing the number of characters of the Glass family she plays. Besides Bobbi, she also plays nurse Jessie, who has been in a women's prison since the end of last season, and Rock Glass, their brother, featured in one episode only.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Sam: (to Brooke and Jane making up in county lock-up) Guys, you're doing this in a prison, this is like so HBO.

        A reference to the HBO series Oz which took place in a prison and surprisingly did actually have some touching moments.

      • The title of this episode is a play on of the popular classic "Citizen Kane" by Orson Welles'.

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