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Season 2 Episode 14

The News of My Death Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

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Aired Unknown Feb 23, 2001 on The WB
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The News of My Death Has Been Greatly Exaggerated
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The news of April Tuna's death effects all of the student's lives. With Brooke, Mary Cherry and Carmen they carry the guilt of being responsible for Tuna's death. And with Lily and Josh, they believe excluding her from their circle of love drove Tuna away. Meanwhile, April's death also creates tension. With Sam learning a shocking confession made by Harrison and with Nicole finally learning the downside of being the mean girl.moreless

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  • A great episode!!!

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    This episode is about the death of April Tuna! She crash her car in a tree.Her death stuns and shocks the student body. Many people start to think of the way they treated April Tuna and regreat some of the things that they said or did to her when she was alive. Everyone starts feeling guilty which saddens their grief. At the memorial service which everyone is at April Tuna appears and says she wasn't in the car that crashed. April is suprised at how missed she was and everyone changes they way the treat her. This is a great and hilarious episode!moreless
Brenda Bakke

Brenda Bakke

Shaggy Louise Grout

Guest Star

Conchata Ferrell

Conchata Ferrell

Calamity Jane

Guest Star

Edward DeRuiter

Edward DeRuiter

Mullet Boy

Guest Star

Robert Gant

Robert Gant

Principal Calvin Krupps

Recurring Role

Hank Harris

Hank Harris

Emory Dick

Recurring Role

Adria Dawn

Adria Dawn

April Tuna

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • April Tuna demands "Fruitage" from Emory Dick. Frottage (/frɔˈtɑʒ/) is the technical term for sexual rubbing a.k.a. "dry humping".

  • QUOTES (7)

    • April: I should've died years ago!

    • April Tuna : Hi Lily E., Josh Ford, I was wondering if you would like to form a ménage?
      Josh Ford : I'm failing Spanish April, no el comprende.
      Lily Esposito : April! Do you know what that word means? It's... inappropriate.
      April Tuna: Does she use five syllable words like that in bed? BRING IT!

    • April Tuna: Hey, Dick. Did you happen to see the main headline in the 'I'm Horny Times"? No? It said I'm gonna get me some frottage at 4. Be there.

    • April Tuna: Knock, knock.
      Emory Dick: Balderdash. Who's there?
      April Tuna: Me, in the janitor's closet. Meet me there at 4 after school. 'Cause I'm gonna get me some frottage.
      Emory Dick: ...I had no idea what a 'fruitage' was. Was it a sorbet?

    • Secret Society of Mullets Members: (shouting their club catchphrase) Richard Marx Rocks!

    • Josh: I was flipping through TV last night and I came across John Stamos from a late 1980s rerun of Full House. I have his hair man!

    • Lily: I regret not driving this Prius electric car sooner. I sleep better at night knowing I'm not shooting gaseous emissions into the environment.
      Carmen: Too bad Mary Cherry can't say the same thing. ...Okay?"
      Mary Cherry: Let me out of this car! It was Spam! I heard it, it was Spam! Stinky...lady...!

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • In reference to a subplot involving Josh's denial that he's got a mullet, he's inducted to Kennedy High's 'Secret Society for Mullets' in which many references are made to b-list celebrities like John Stamos, Richard Marx, and Rick James. ...All former stars who had the infamous hairstyle.

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