Undressed

Season 6 Episode 20

Episode 620

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Aired Unknown Jul 19, 2002 on MTV - Music Television
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"There's Always Room For Jealousy" written by Swith Bell, directed by George Mihalka Becca pushes on with sleeping with Kylie, but does it in way she thinks they went all the way but didn't. Becca asks Kylie to shave her pubic hair, in which she does. Max walks in seeing that he found the love letter that Kylie gave to Becca. He starts to leave, but Becca quickly asks him to join them. The three of them aren't getting any where in the shower, and Kylie leaves. The truth comes out. Kylie calls Becca a bad kisser and leaves. Max then comes out of the shower, and is upset on what Becca did, using Kylie to make him jealous. He calls her shallow (in a stupid way) and they break up. [This segment ends] "Possession Of The Muse" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault Shane and Kelli has sex, and right after, he tells that Nomi really helped him, and she takes it as they slept with each other which they didn't. He then explains that Nomi justs inspires him, and Kelli even gets more upset. She then tells him that he needs to choose, because she doesn't like to share. He chooses her over Nomi. "Tangled Beards" written by Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Angie and Talia are secretly going out, but due to the straight world in most High Schools, they must keep it a secret or they will be ruined forever. They have a stupid school project coming up called "Family Values", which forces seniors to partner up like a real married couple. They choose these two guys named Henry and Brian who is known for their "wild" parties. A girl named Jendy (Who looks like Claire Kramer, "Glory") takes notes as she wants to get the hot new juice for her story on the paper.moreless

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