Season 6 Episode 48

Episode 648

Aired Unknown Aug 30, 2002 on MTV - Music Television
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Episode 648
"Chance Encounters" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel Marisa wants to help Cleo with her dating life. Marisa is starting "Chance Encounters" a small dating newspaper service type, and as a part of Marisa's help, she takes a bag from one of the popular, hunky guys on campus, David Pitt. A knock interrupts them, thinking it's David, Marisa tells Cleo to answer the door in her underwear to make a first and lasting impression. She opens the door, only to find, it's not David. It's a guy named Greg, The stage manager (David must be is majoring in theater). He explains David is super busy, and he came to exchanges bags. Cleo is embarrassed, and she starts to close the door. He reminds about the bag, and she puts on robe, and she grabs David's bag. They exchange bags, and he starts to unbuckle his jeans. He explains he is evening it out, and he buckles back his pants. Cleo and Greg start to talk, and Marisa interrupts them. She closes the door on Greg, and she explains that it is not David. Cleo explains he was sweet, but Marisa is determined to get her with David. "Bitter Sweet 18" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Julie sets traps around herself, and her bed so that they won't have sex, since they came this far. They both decide to be in their underwear, so when an hour arrives, they are ready to have sex. She notices that an envelope fell out of Diego's pocket, and it's a letter to a school of dentistry. Things starts to fall apart, and he confesses that he isn't this bad ass guy, but was in a mix up when he got arrested. He tells her atleast that she was his first partner, and she reveals she had sex more than once. She figures out he was a virgin, and it's Julie's birthday. They put their clothes back on, and they remain as friends, instead of FTFs, or boyfriend/girlfriend. As this episode is up, Diego tells Julie Happy Birthday, as he leaves. [This segment ends.] "Fantasy" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by George Mihalka While getting ready to have sex with Alicia, Billy starts to see Maureen everywhere, saying that she didn't assign to have sex with her, but to break up with her. Billy calls Alicia Maureen, and he confesses that Maureen was just a fantasy. She figures out that they had sex, and dumps him. Billy goes to Maureen, and tells her what he did. She then decide it's not going to work out, and as this episode ends, he knows it was his fault on what happened, and gives Maureen an official shirt, as an employee there. [This segment ends.]moreless

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