Radio Free Roscoe

Season 2 Episode 17

Rah, Rah Revenge

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Mar 18, 2005 on Black Family Channel
9.2
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Audrey invites Lily and her friends to the cheerleading squad with a dangerous plan in mind. Lily and her friends strike back with a vicious No Man's Land video.

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  • Awesome revenge!

    9.0
    I love this episode because it is so funny when they try out. I also love No Man's Land's song, it's so awesome. Especially the video. Lilly shouldn't of felt bad when the girl said Your just like them. I also liked the B plot. I hate River Pierce, he was the actual one who vandalized the poster & Question Mark apologized AKA Robbie. It also sucked that he cut off a caller. Audrey got what she deserved, she was going to do the same thing to Lilly & friends. That's why she shouldn't feel sorry. This was a decent episode.moreless
  • Robbie is angry that RFR is getting lower ratings now that River is the sole DJ at Cougar Radio. Pride hurt, he takes his battle to the airwaves, determined to take River down.moreless

    8.0
    No Man's Land is angry that Audrey and the other cheerleaders look down on them. Insulted, they decide to fight back with a satirical music video produced by Travis, who doesn't like Audrey's acerbic attitude. Ray plays peacemaker or neutral Switzerland in this episode. Robbie, Travis and No Man's Land are blinded by their anger, and the casualties pile up. Travis, at least, suggested he'd read The Art Of War in Radio Wars and there are signs of its influence. No Man's Land and Travis strike when the cheerleaders aren't expecting it, use the cheerleaders' tryouts against them, and weren't swayed by Audrey's deceptive actions. The results of Robbie's obsession are angry listeners and an empty radio station. Though the other RFR hosts could have shown up, turned Question Mark's mic off as they did in I'm With Cupid, and put an end to his ill-conceived attack on River. Of course, if that had happened, Robbie wouldn't have realized just how low he was getting and wouldn't have shamed River enough to stop defacing RFR posters. No Man's Land and Travis insult all the cheerleaders, including Jordan who was actually nice and tried to protect them. She even lied to Audrey about the gals quitting the squad so they wouldn't be humiliated at the game. As Sun Tzi wrote "If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. " They sunk to the level of their enemies, betrayed and lost an ally, and their triumph was fleeting, if existent. It was a shameful display by all except Ray and Jordan. And when Ray seems the most enlightened of them all, the RFR gang and pals need to be stopped. It's unclear if Travis, Parker or Megan realize they hurt Jordan so perhaps they don't know about the casualty of war. They may have fully enjoyed their win at Mickey's Video Cabaret while Lily alone felt the pain of hurting an innocent. No Man's Land's music video was exceptional, to be fair. Travis should be very proud of himself, especially having made the sacrifice to clean gum off the underside of school tables so they could film in the school gym. The end product looks professional and gleefully skewers the elite cheerleaders. Rah, Rah, Revenge is clever, comedic, and contains interesting lessons for viewers.moreless
  • Lily takes revenge on the cheerleaders at her school.

    9.7
    No Man\'s Land preforms \"I\'m a Perfect Girl\", which is a perfect song for them.



    \"I\'m a perfect girl

    in a perfect world

    when I do my perfect cheer

    All the boys like to leer

    I push teams on to win, make sure my waste is thin

    I lead us all to victory \'cause that is my destiny



    (chorus)

    I\'ve got spirit in everything I do

    I\'ve got spirit through and through

    I\'ve got spirit in every part, just not in my heart



    I can do perfect splits,

    two by five gives me fits

    I can kick my legs up high, that\'s so cool ask any guy

    I have a smile that is so fake,

    a reputation I can\'t shake

    I\'ll lead us onto victory \'cause that is my destiny..



    (chorus)

    I\'ve got spirit in everything I do

    I\'ve got spirit through and through

    I\'ve got spirit in every part,

    just not in my heart

    Just not in my heart.....\"



    The video that was shot was right on point. They hit the accents, and the sound was right on! I would love to have this episode on DVD!moreless
  • Sun Tzi is smiling.

    9.6
    Rah, Rah, Revenge is classic teen drama in a funny episode.





    Sun Tzi wouldn\'t be as disappointed as Ray seeing Robbie attack River Pierce and No Man\'s Land and Travis attack Audrey and the cheerleaders.



    Robbie is angry that rfr is getting lower ratings now that River is the sole DJ at Cougar Radio. Pride hurt, he takes his battle to the airwaves, determined to take River down.



    No Man\'s Land is angry that Audrey and the other cheerleaders look down on them. Insulted, they decide to fight back with a satirical music video produced by Travis, who doesn\'t like Audrey\'s acerbic attitude.



    Ray plays peacemaker or neutral Switzerland in this episode.



    Robbie, Travis and No Man\'s Land are blinded by their anger, and the casualties pile up.



    Travis, at least, suggested he\'d read The Art Of War in Radio Wars and there are signs of its influence. No Man\'s Land and Travis strike when the cheerleaders aren\'t expecting it, use the cheerleaders\' tryouts against them, and weren\'t swayed by Audrey\'s deceptive actions.



    The results of Robbie\'s obsession are angry listeners and an empty radio station. Though the other R.F.R. hosts could have shown up, turned Question Mark\'s mic off as they did in I\'m With Cupid, and put an end to his ill-conceived attack on River. Of course, if that had happened, Robbie wouldn\'t have realized just how low he was getting and wouldn\'t have shamed River enough to stop defacing R.F.R. posters.



    No Man\'s Land and Travis insult all the cheerleaders, including Jordan who was actually nice and tried to protect them. She even lied to Audrey about the gals quitting the squad so they wouldn\'t be humiliated at the game.



    As Sun Tzi wrote \"If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. \"



    They sunk to the level of their enemies, betrayed and lost an ally, and their triumph was fleeting, if existent.



    It was a shameful display by all except Ray and Jordan.



    And when Ray seems the most enlightened of them all, the R.F.R. gang and pals need to be stopped.



    It\'s unclear if Travis, Parker or Megan realize they hurt Jordan so perhaps they don\'t know about the casualty of war. They may have fully enjoyed their win at Mickey\'s Video Cabaret while Lily alone felt the pain of hurting an innocent.



    No Man\'s Land\'s music video was exceptional, to be fair. Travis should be very proud of himself, especially having made the sacrifice to clean gum off the underside of school tables so they could film in the school gym. The end product looks professional and gleefully skewers the elite cheerleaders.



    Rah, Rah, Revenge is clever, comedic, and contains interesting lessons for viewers.moreless

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