Undressed

Season 6 Episode 30

Episode 630

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Aired Unknown Aug 05, 2002 on MTV - Music Television
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Episode 630
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"Busted" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord While at Annette's home, Sandra is still having boob problems. Annette conjures up a face wrinkle cream, where it suppose to swell up stuff, and decides to use it for Sandra's boob. Tania comes over, and Sandra's skin starts to burn (not literally!), so she washes it off. Annette has another prop, he lucky bra, that she wore, when lost her virginity. It's a little to big, so they fold the straps in the back, and glues it down, with a super glue type product. It works, and they want to test it out, so Annette blind fold Tania, and lets her choose a boob. Tania chooses the real boob and Annette guides her hand to the lopsided boob (a.k.a. the left one). Annette then takes off her shirt, and lets Tania compares with Annette's boob, and Sandra's boob. Tania then takes off the blind fold, and tries pull back her hand, but it's stuck on Sandra's boob. Ah, she must of got some glue on her hand. That's when Rick walks in with a pizza box, is is stunned that everyone is touching everyone. Sandra and Tania runs to the bathroom, and Annette puts on her shirt. She asks why is he here, and he reveals that he had an extra pizza from delivery. That's when Jack walks in, surprising them with flowers. He reveals that's for Sandra, and wants to see her. Annette then goes back to the bathroom, and Rick tells Jack that Sandra has big boobs. Sandra tells Annette to stall them, and, they jump in the shower. Annette tells Jack that she just jumped into the shower. He still wants to give her the flowers and he does. Jack tries to kiss Sandra but the faucet accientally turns off, and she tells him to save the kiss for tomorrow. "Mean Freddy" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jim Donovan Barry is happy that Fred is coming out to Mitch, but gets angry when Barry finds out that Fred didn't. He wants to leave, and Darla reveals that she wants to stay for the carnival but Fred gets to him first. It's not the coming to Mitch issue, it's about what Fred did to Barry when they were in high school. Barry agrees to stay, and he acts out his anger by a sumo wrestling tournament (Yes, I know, this Carnival thing came out of the blue). Barry hits Fred, and reveals bad thing that he did to him. He then hits and outs Fred by accident, and that's when Mitch comes over and over hear them. Mitch finds out that Fred is gay, and faints. Fred and Barry talk to each other, and Fred demands an apology from Barry for outting him. Barry tells Fred that he should apologize to him since, everything they did in high school. Fred tells him that he already did, nd Barry knows this relationship cannot work. They end up breking up, and Darla once again tells Barry about the guy in the glasses. Barry then calls him sexy for having those kind glasses, despite having his. [This segment ends.] "Spies Like Russ" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Beriault Aaron reveals that he has a master key from another R.A. upstairs, and sneaks into Yolanda's room. Russ catches him, with the disc and Yolanda enters. Yolanda comes up with the truth that Russ didn't like her. Russ do like her, but she doesn't want to see his face again. She takes back the disc, and asks both Aaron, and Russ to leave. They leave, and she hits her dummy's head off in frustration. Russ is mad at Aaron, but he reveals that he switched the disc.moreless

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Andrew Burr

Andrew Burr

Mitch

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Audrey Gardiner

Audrey Gardiner

Darla

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Chad Connell

Chad Connell

Rick

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Tim Rozon

Tim Rozon

Aaron

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Malcolm Travis

Malcolm Travis

Barry

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