Ready or Not

Season 4 Episode 1

First Day of Junior High

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Aired Unknown Apr 27, 1996 on Global
9.1
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First Day of Junior High
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Amanda and Busy begin the ninth grade at a new school and meet up with some old friends and make some new ones.

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  • This episode marked the beginning of the end.

    9.4
    I'd like to think that this episode made Ready or Not the awesome show it is. The girls were way too immature before and didn't have a lot of good depth. They look way older now and the show becomes more focused towards teenagers instead of preteens. Now we finally see them getting into the cliques and rumours of highschool. In my opinion, the series gained it's greatness in it's second half. The additions of Carla and Nina were perfect, they were good characters that appeared throughout the last two seasons. Everything about this episode was just fantastic. From Busy being scared of the Femaglettis to Carla posting those pictures all around the school. I also loved when Nina said "Who does your PR?", that was hilarious. I'm getting more and more excited to watch the rest of this season. And of course, season 5, with that guy Amanda meets in drama class and her mom getting married (I'm anxious to see the episode where she babysits her new stepsister. That will be one of my favourites of the series forever).moreless
Laura Bertram

Laura Bertram

Amanda Zimm

Lani Billard

Lani Billard

'Busy' Elizabeth Maria Teresa Carlita Ramone

Deborah Tennant

Deborah Tennant

Photo Assistant

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Ed Sahely

Ed Sahely

Mr. Clemmer

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Rebecca Bernstein

Rebecca Bernstein

Nina Pepperman

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Tamara Podemski

Tamara Podemski

Carla Slavinksi

Recurring Role

Gerry Mendicino

Gerry Mendicino

Sam Ramone

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Gail Kerbel

Gail Kerbel

Phyllis Zimm

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