South of Nowhere

Season 2 Episode 7

Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 10, 2006 on TeenNick
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Arthur and Paula are out for the weekend, so Glen thinks it's the perfect time to have a party right? Think again. He got put into jail for buying drugs. Now, after finding out she's pregnant, Chelsea really doesn't know what to do. Clay's trying to be supportive, but Chelsea's just pushing him away until she figures out what to do. In the meantime, Spencer thinks it's finally time to tell her parents that she's in love with Ashley, but will they approve?moreless

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  • Glen is in jail for taking drugs to ease the pain of his leg; Spencer and Ashley throw a party, but when Paula and Arthur come home early, the party is finished, but the problem is in Spencer's bedroom.moreless

    10
    This episode was very dramatic and it was very well written. Spencer's sexuality is finally discovered by her mother and it's a whole mess. I can't believe Paula pulled Ashley by her hair and threw her out the door in a bra and underwear. It was very dramatic and pulse pounding. This episode is one of the best this season. This episode is definitely one of the best episodes of the series. South Of Nowhere is really good with their storylines and the acting is great, too. This episode is perfect and a great installment to the second season of South Of Nowhere.moreless
  • This was a bummer

    10
    Wow, this episode was really amazing!

    Until now, I never really got the attraction between Spencer and Ashley. To me they didn't look like there was that much chemistry, at least no sexual attraction. But when Paula walked in on them and we saw in slow-motion how they were torn apart, that was amazing! It was really touching and I never would have guessed that Paula's reaction would be that harsh. Hopefully, she'll come around, cause telling your daughter she disgusts you isn't exactly the best thing if you want your family to be okay...

    At least, Glenn got what he deserved and now he might be getting better!moreless
  • Glen is in jail for taking drugs to ease the pain of his leg; Spencer and Ashley throw a party, but when Paula and Arthur come home early, the party is finished, but the problem is in Spencer's bedroom.moreless

    10
    This episode was very dramatic and it was very well written. Spencer's sexuality is finally discovered by her mother and it's a whole mess. I can't believe Paula pulled Ashley by her hair and threw her out the door in a bra and underwear. It was very dramatic and pulse pounding. This episode is one of the best this season. This episode is definately one of the best episodes of the series. South Of Nowhere is really good with their storylines and the acting is great, too. This episode is perfect and a great installment to the second season of South Of Nowhere.moreless
  • Glen is arrested for dealing drugs and the carlins must return home to bail him out chealsea is annoyed by clays concern for her mrs carlin discovers something no one was expecting...moreless

    10
    While i was watching this episode the while time i was like getting nervous because of what was going to happen and when glen got arrested i knew exactly what was going to happen next but i didnt want it to happen but the outcome wasnt what i expected i would never think little mrs carlin would yank a minor by their hair and push her out of her house shirtless! I felt really bad for spencer but i was glad that her dad was understanding what was happening and her mom just blew things out of proportion big time!moreless
  • Wow. Lots of drama and charactor/ relationship development.

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    Spencer and Ashley-

    They are so cute without all the drama. I love Ashley's Paula impression even though it was so off. Spencer finally kind of came out. I mean Paula found out bu seeing her and Ashley together but she was going to tell her dad. I wish Spencer had already told her dad because I wanted to see how supportive he would be but I guess we will se it next epesdoe. I am sure Aurthur has know a while he is great and accepting. I was expecting a bad reaction from Paula but not this. She must of known it was a possibility. She is a major b****who needs to accept reality. I was expecting her to yell but she was really violent. I whish Aurthur had run up and helped Ashley. I can't wait to see the aftermath. Chelsea and Clay- Poor Chelsea. Clay is being supportive and all but she is having such a hard time. I want to see more of the pregnancy but I think there may have been a miscarage with the fall which would be interesting. Glen- Wow he has bad timing. I can't believe Glen was arrested. The didn't (Paula and Aurthur) didn't make it that big of a deal. That is much worse then finding out Spencer is gay I mean who cares about that.



    Kyla and Aiden- I doesn't surprize me that Kayla has a boyfriend in Baltimore. Madison is a kiniving little b****. I wish the Kyla/Aiden thing wouldn't have happened now because there are no happy couples. Spashley will be having problems with Paula, Clay and Chelsea have (or don't have) the baby, Paula and Aurther will have problems over the gay thing, and now Kayla and Aiden. I think it would be great to find out Kyla has a kid she left in Baltimore and that guy is the dad instead of her cheating. Maybe she was just trying to cover it up and that's why she really went back. Probably not but then she could tell Aiden and they could be happy. It make sence with the whole born again virgin. Overall I adored the epesode. It was very dramatic and well written and acted especially the Spashley plot line and Chelsea was great. I am so exited to see the aftermath.moreless

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    • (Narration in last few minutes of the episode)
      "A glooming peace this morning with it brings
      The sun, for sorrow, will not show his head.
      Go hence, to have more talk of these sad things.
      Some shall be pardoned, and some punished.
      For never was a story of more regret
      than this of Juliet and her fair Juliet."

      This was the ending of Romeo and Juliet, the final lines spoken by the prince. The only changes made, however, were the word "regret" replacing "woe"(in Shakespeare's original text) and "fair Juliet" replacing "Romeo." The replacement was made to rhyme with the change from Romeo and Juliet to portray a lesbian relationship.

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