So Little Time

Season 1 Episode 10

Teddie's Burnout

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Aired Unknown Jul 28, 2001 on ABC Family
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Teddie's Burnout
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Teddie decides to quit modeling over a craving for onion rings. As a debate partner for a school project on capital punishment, Chloe pairs off with a boy she admires. This makes Riley really angry at her and she pairs off with Larry, who usually gets the giggles every time.moreless

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      • Ryan: Those Carlson twins are hot.
        Larry: Yeah. Wait, which one?
        Ryan: Don't worry. I'm not interested in Riley, I like Chloe more.
        Larry: Ok. Wait, why not?
        Ryan: She's a way sharper dresser than Riley.

      • Chloe: Ahh! I have nothing to wear. All the clothes I borrowed from you are dirty.

      • Teddie: You know what happened to me today? I woke up with half a Milky Way today and I don't know how it got there.
        Manuelo: I know. The same thing almost happened to me once. (Macy stares at him) What? It was a Clog Bar.

      • Riley: I was watching Mr. Rogers on TV, and I suddenly realized that watching a middle-aged guy put on a sweater was not entertainment.

      • Miss Westmore: (Calling Larry for his turn to debate) Mr. Slotnick.
        Riley: Larry, you okay?
        Larry: Remember how you told me to relax by imagining somebody in their underwear?
        Riley: Yeah?
        Larry: I did it with Miss Westmore. (Miss Westmore stares at him) Oh, the horror...the horror...
        Miss Westmore: Mr. Slotnick, we're waiting.
        Riley: (To Larry) Just try not to laugh.
        Larry: I don't think that's going to be a problem.

      • Macy: Teddie, you're over two hours late. And you, Jake, back on fast food?
        Jake: Um, well, you know, there was more than 80 million being served - I felt I wasn't keeping up my end.

      • Macy: Teddie is so late.
        Manuelo: (thong) And she'll be wearing this?
        Macy: Yeah. I mean, where could she be?
        Manuelo: Well, if it were me, getting waxed. Mrs. Macy, can I ask you a question? I know that the fashion industry pays the bills in this house, but...who would wear this?
        Macy: You'd have to be young and have a perfect body, like Tedi, to wear this.
        Manuelo: Oh, yeah.
        Macy: Don't worry, honey, these are not for your mother.
        Manuelo: My mother in that? I would put my eyes out. How could you put that image into my head? Now I have to go wash my brain out with soap.
        (Gives Macy the thong)

      • Teddie: I walked out in the middle of a lingerie shoot. Look what they made me wear. (Opens coat, showing Jake a revealing outfit)
        Jake: Hi. Hello.
        Teddie: I know. I feel cheap, like I'm selling my soul. And I'm not a lot of those other girls who've gotten all kinds of stuff done. I'm not fake. This is all God-given.
        Jake: And I've got to say, he does great work.
        Teddie: I just can't take it anymore.
        Jake: You know, that's actually about all I can take, too. (Closes her coat)
        Teddie: Can you believe they made me wear this?
        Jake: Let me look one more time. (Opens her coat, then closes it) No, I can't.

      • Macy: Teddie, look, I know you're having a bad day, hun, but do you know how many people would kill to be you?
        Manuelo: I would.
        Macy: Jake, tell her.
        Jake: Yeah, Teddie, you have got it all, you know - beauty, charisma, success.
        Macy: Mmm-hmm.
        Jake: But if you want to quit, quit.

      • Teddie: I'm just... so hungry, and I hate my life. I don't want to model anymore.
        Manuelo: I know, baby. I know. They hate us because we're beautiful.

      • (Teddie is smelling the breakfast Manuelo made)
        Macy: Hey, Teddie. We'll get started trying on that new swimwear in a minute. And in the meantime, you can have breakfast.
        Teddie: (Inhaling) I am.
        Manuelo: This morning, we're smelling eggs, bacon. Would you like to smell some pancakes?
        Teddie: Oh, no, no, Manuelo. You know I have to watch what I smell.

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      • Jake: Um, well, you know, there was more than 80 million being served - I felt I wasn't keeping up my end.
        This is a reference to the McDonald's signs that display a number, usually in the million / billion range, that say how many people have been served.

      • Riley: I was watching Mr. Rogers on TV, and I suddenly realized that watching a middle-aged guy put on a sweater was not entertainment.
        Mr. Rogers (Mister Rogers' Neighborhood) was commonly known for taking off his coat and putting on a sweater during the opening of each episode of his show.

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