Undressed

Season 2 Episode 7

Episode 207

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Aired Unknown Feb 22, 2000 on MTV - Music Television
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Chuck/Jane/Peter/Sisca written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Chuck finds out that he has Gonorea, and tells his girlfriend, Jane about it. He leaves, and the guy who she been sleeping with, Peter, shows up. She then reveals that Chuck has Gonorea, and that Peter gave it to her. She asks if slept with anyone else. He tells her that he also slept with Sisca, his girlfriend. Jane wants to find out if Sisca was the start with the Gonorea. Kip/Rebecca written by Neil Landau, directed by Matthew Leutwyler Kip and Owen make up, and Rebecca shows up. They make up, and he reveals the truth about the pimple on his nose. They proceed to go out. Jim/Annie written by Tom Crehan, directed by Matthew Leutwyler There is a huge party at the dorms, and everyone is attending, except for Jim, who is sitting on the couch outside the party. He is also handicap. Jim is visited by Renzo, his friend, who plays with his wheelchair. Renzo picks up a girl named Lucinda who is also going to the party. A girl named Annie notices Jim, but goes to the party. Carla, Annie's roommate, takes notices, and Carla tells Jim that he should try make his move, since everyone else is. She then reveals that Renzo ran over her toes, and calls him cute, but flawed because he is handicap. Annie then comes over and asks him if he wants to dance, but she is unaware that he is crippled. He tells her no, flirts a bit, a bit, and Jim plays hard to get. Annie is interested in Jim.moreless

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    Gregory Douglas

    Gregory Douglas

    Guy Sleeping On The Floor

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    Andi Tecec

    Lucinda

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    Owen

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