Privileged

Season 1 Episode 16

All About Confessions

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Feb 03, 2009 on The CW
9.0
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Megan and Charlie share a kiss, Sage is afraid that Luis will not like that she is a virgin, and Rose is approached by Miles' daughter.

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  • my favorite

    8.0
    This was favorite episode from the show. The sisters wanted to tell their beaus their sexual status. And both girls made assumptions about theirs. Sage thought Luis had done it and when she told him she hasn't he revealed he hasn't done it neither. And Rose assumed that Zach hasn't but when she told him she already has, he told her he already did. And the look on her face was priceless. She would then seek out his ex. But it's also sad because Charlie finally got the nerve to tell Megan how he feels and she doesn't reciprocate.moreless
  • All About Confessions

    9.5


    All About Confessions was a superb and entertaining episode of Privileged and I really enjoyed watching this episode because it had a lot of character and plot development. It was great to watch all of the characters growing as people and I liked their interactions. A few of the characters made confessions and some worked out for them, while other situations were made more complicated. I look forward to watching the next episode to find out how it all plays out!!!!!!!



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  • Everyone has something to confess!

    9.0
    This was another really good episode of Privileged, it really deserves a lot more attention than it gets. The interaction between Rose and Sage was excellent and so was the triangle between Megan, Will and Charlie. Charlie left for college in San Diego but not before finally confessing to Megan how much he loves her. Unhappily for him she told him that she does not feel the same way. Will and Charlie had a great fight over her on the way! The final scene where Sage confesses to killing her parents was heart-wrenching. This should be good viewing when we find out if this is really so.moreless
  • ***Jaw hits floor***

    8.2
    It seems like every other day a character named Charlie is leaving a TV show. First it was Dominic Monaghan on Lost, and now it's Michael Cassidy on Privileged. I cannot say I'm upset about Charlie's exit as his character was never the most intriguing, but at least he got a tremendous episode to go out on.



    This episode had all the makings of the early days that made me a fan of the show. Great Rose and Sage dialogue, an intense fight scene between Charlie and Will and of course the jaw dropping final moment with Sage revealing that she was behind her parent's death.



    Week after week I say how Privileged flies under the radar, and I do not expect that to change anytime soon but with episodes like this you have to question what is wrong with America for not watching it.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (13)

    • Rose: (as they discuss Zach's ex-girlfriend)I just don't get it.
      Sage: What's to get? She's lame, you're cool. End of story.

    • Rose: I think you're way overreacting.
      Sage: Umm. You're obsessing over a fat girl from spacecamp and I'm overreacting? My guy is a religious zealot!
      Rose: He goes to church.
      Sage: Zealot!
      Rose: That does not make him a zealot.
      Sage: Come on, you've seen The Da Vinci Code. What if he's the albino and flogs himself?

    • Rose: We'll tell them tomorrow. We need to time prepare our speeches and buy the right outfits.
      Sage: Good point. What do you wear for something like this?
      Both: Flats!

    • Zach: You're stalking Polly, because you like me?
      Rose: Yes.
      Zach: That's really sweet.
      Rose: It is?
      Zach: Yeah. I've never had anyone like me enough to stalk on my behalf.

    • Sage: (outside the church after the pot luck supper) Holy crap. I'm stuffed. Oh God. Was I not supposed to say holy and crap in the same sentence?

    • Rose: So, Zach. We've been dating for a while now. And I just thought it was time to have a conversation about some things. Some pretty big things.
      Zach: I know you want me to wax my eyebrows, but it's not something I'm real comfortable with.

    • Sage: (to Luis about virginity) I'll have you know that abstinence just so happens to be all the rage these days. Everybody's doing it. Or not doing it, as the case may be.

    • Sage: I know that you must see me as worldly and well-traveled and therefore experienced in many things. So it may come as a shock to you that I am ... a ... you know.
      Luis: Terrorist.
      Sage: No. Um. That I'm inexperienced in the ways of things. (She picks up a spoon.) You know, in the matter of ...
      Luis: Silverware.
      Sage: You're not listening to me.
      Luis: I'm trying to, it's just-
      Sage: I'm a virgin, okay!

    • Charlie: So. I meant to ask you. How was jail?
      Lily: It was awesome. Thanks. Almost as great as marriage.

    • Sage: If I have to tell Luis that I've never had sex before, you have to tell Zach you have.
      Rose: Yeah, with one person. It was just one person.
      Sage: That's still just one more person than him.
      Rose: I know. That's the problem. He's going to feel all bad that I have more experience and I'm the girl. It's just it's going to bend the whole gender power dynamic.
      (Sage gives Rose a funny look.)
      Rose: Megan made me read Backlash.

    • Charlie: Actually, I decided to go to UCSD.
      Megan: But that's the one in California.
      Charlie: I know. It's far.
      Megan: It's 3 hour time difference far.
      Charlie: But UC San Diego has one of the best marine biology programs in the country.
      Megan: You'll be watching all of our favorite TV shows 3 hours before me.
      Charlie: Actually, you'll watch them before me. You still don't get time zones, do you?

    • Marco: Congratulations, Charles. Oh, if you'll excuse me, I think I need to lie down. Apparently I'm drunk.

    • Megan: I don't lecture people. I simply encourage them to stay positive. Much as I have encouraged you to win Keith back.
      Marco: To winning Keith back. Now. What do we have so far?
      Megan: So far our top three choices are: deliver Keith a singing telegram.
      Marco: Horrendous.
      Megan: Yeah, I know. Sky writing or some eco-friendlier version, thereof.
      Marco: How much champagne have we had?
      Megan: I don't know, because our third idea seems to involve you wrapping a bow around your private area and showing up on his doorstep singing, "would you light my candle".

  • NOTES (4)

    • This is the last episode where all regular actors appear.

    • Original International airdates:
      Latin America: April 11, 2009 on Warner Channel
      Australia: July 2, 2009 on Fox8
      United Kingdom: November 1, 2009 on E4
      Philippines: November 20, 2009 on ETC
      Czech Republic: February 1, 2012 on TV Nova
      Slovakia: January 23, 2013 on Doma

    • Although credited, Anne Archer (Laurel Limoges) didn't appear.

    • Featured Music:
      "Waking" by Hayley Taylor
      "The Beat Of My Radio" by Stephanie Lang
      "Kiss With a Fist" by Florence and the Machine
      "Dog Days Are Over" by Florence and the Machine
      "She's Got It So Phat" by Bosshouse Music
      "I'll See You There" by Bosshouse Music
      "Rafe" by Fauxliage
      "Into the Light" by The Alexandria Quartet
      "Dream" by Priscilla Ahn
      "I Shall Believe" by Sheryl Crow

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • After talking about not surfing at night, due to sharks, Megan asked Charlie if he has seen Jaws.

      Jaws was an Academy Award winning 1975 thriller, about a great white shark that attacks in a beach.

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