Undressed

Season 4 Episode 16

Episode 416

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Aired Unknown Feb 15, 2001 on MTV - Music Television
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Eddie, Eve/Darren, Amy written by Dave Holden and Erin Ehrlich, directed by Tim Andrew Amy has Eddie try getting back with Eve. Eve, Amy and Eddie are altogether and Amy makes Eddie choose. Eddie chooses Eve, but Eve runs off. Darren overhears the decision and becomes upset. Amy congratulates Eddie, but then Eddie tells Amy that he was being for real with his decision. Amy gets mad and breaks up with Eddie; she heads for her dressing room, only to find out her dress has become so small (thanks to Eve trimming it down every night). Darren, Eve, and Eddie all get a good kick out of it and leave. Eve tells Eddie she's sorry, but they'll never work out. Eddie is understanding and leaves. Darren and Eve become a couple and plan on going to the cast party together. Then, they kiss. (this saga ends) --------------------------- Keith/Scott, Jen/Hank written by Michael Apostolina and Steven S. Deknight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson Keith goes to the laundry room where Hank is pressuring him to go to this concert, but Keith doesn't want to go. Hank offers to set Keith up. He leaves, and Scott, who just happens to be washing his laundry, starts acting friendly towards Keith. Keith asks if Scott's interested in a relationship but he doesn't date closeted guys because of past relationships. So, Keith decides to come out to everyone. Later, Hank tells Keith that you may never know who is gay, refering to Mark, who acts straight but it gay. Keith comes out to Hank and he is shocked by this, but his girlfriend, Jen, said she always knew. Jen calls Mark over and asks him if he could teach Keith the rules of being gay (seeing that it's an oppurnity for Keith and Mark getting together). Jen and Hank leave and Keith asks how to tell if someone is interested in you. Mark takes it the wrong way, and tells Keith that you could just tell the person. That's when Scott passes them on his way to the bathroom and Keith tells Mark that he'll go and tell Scott, leaving Mark alone. Keith rushes to Scott in the bathroom to tell him some good news. Scott drops his towel, revealing his frontal, and rear, and enters the shower. (Hank enters the bathroom and sees what is going on and quickly leaves). Keith tells Scott that he came out, and Scott just replies, "I can't hear you, so you must come in here." But he sticks out his head and says he was just kidding. Scott sets up a date for tommorrow, and Keith is happy. ------------------------------ Paula/Alex written by Rob Hammersley and Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Marcus Spiegel Paula and Alex try to fix the sex part of their relationship, but Alex winds up not listening to Paula and she wants to end the relationship. Though they are both saddened, they feel that this is the best decision for the both of them. (this saga ends)moreless

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      • Music featured:
        "Asswatcher" by Lazy K (while Alex and Paula try foreplay)
        "Pretty Fly for a White Guy" by the Offspring (while Alex is "communicating" with Paula)
        "Bring It All To Me" by Blaque (end of high school saga)

      • Bubbles between commercials:
        Hank's face / Keith's face.
        Amy's dress ripping / Eve, Darren, and Eddie laughing.

        Bubbles at the end credits:
        1. Maggie and Ray kissing (402)
        2. Bobbi in a red robe with her legs crossed (401)
        3. Randy and Alice kissing (403)
        4. Fiona dropping her underwear (412)
        5. Lisa and Damon kissing (401)
        6. Amy taking off her robe (413)
        7. Robert's shadow as he takes off his shirt (404)
        8. Maggie's cheerleader underwear that says "SCORE" (405)

        Keith says to Hank that he won't be able to make it to the Pimp Daddy Nash concert. Pimp Daddy Nash is an artist featured on the Undressed CD as song #6, "The Sixty-Nine Affair."

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