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Season 1 Episode 16

What A Feeling

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Aired Saturday 5:00 PM Jul 20, 2002 on Disney Channel
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There is a dance coming up and very surprisingly, Oscar is going with Fiona. There is a lot of tension between Ruth and Kurt. Both Oscar and Ross are in the dance class. The teacher is Fiona. Things are going really bad between Ross and Oscar. Meanwhile, Kurt is trying to get a message through to Ruth, who he likes by giving Ruth a tape with a song called "Me Dog Bit Me" on it. He also leaves a note for her on her desk. But when Ruth sits down and shoves all her folders and books onto the table, she knocks off the note. Even worse, Ross picks it up and thinks it was from Fiona. On the note (which was originally for Ruth) it says, "I want to dance with YOU". He goes to the dance studio to find Fiona and starts flirting. Just as he is starting, Oscar walks through the door and tells Ross that he is going to the dance with Fiona. Devestated, Ross goes into the school corridor and asks Sophie. At first, she thinks he is only asking because he is hurt and she was the first person he saw. But, she realises that this is only an act of kindness. She accepts. At the dance, Oscar finds out that Fiona already has a boyfriend. After all that, the next day, Mr. Long walks through the door into the media class where all the media students are. He says, "Anna has been diagnosed with Meningitis".

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