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  • Season 6
    • Episode 652
      Episode 652
      Episode 52
      "Chance Encounters" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel While making out with David, he accidentally falls and sees a box with his name on it. Cleo tells him to forget about it, but he finds all of the stuff Cleo was doing. She wants to have sex, but he calls her weird, and leaves. Marissa goes to her, and Cleo tells her that she really likes Greg. Marissa wants to help, and they try to buy all the sodas on campus so that Greg could refill the machines, but they stop. Cleo doesn't want Marissa's advice, and decides to do things on her own. They are walking, and Greg notices their voices. Greg who was gluing flyers on the wall, tries to hide, but accidetally steps into the bucket of glue. He tries to kick it off, he falls, and the glue hands on him. He tries to wipe the stuff off of him, but while doing so, his pants fall to the floor. Cleo sees this and decides to Undress. She doesn't want him to look like a fool alone so she decides to join him. They take things in the bedroom, where it is left that they are presumably going out. [This segment ends.]"Gay Budz" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Nate tries to force himself of Henry but Henry backs off. They are just to perfect for each other and that's why it won't work. Henry goes to Sean, to learn how to play chess. Sean "kidnaps" Brian into going to Henry's place. Sean leaves, while Henry takes off the blind fold. It's a tent and a chess set. They start to play a game of what seems to be strip chess, and Henry loses till his underwear. Brian decides to join him, and starts to Undress to his underwear. Brian then kisses Henry, and they get back together, and have sex in the tent. "Full Figured Fun" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Lana convinces Troy to try out her fetish. He does but doesn't like it. He goes back to Dinah where he reveals he really does like her, and well, his mother was big so maybe just maybe it was the reason why he enjoyed to she her eat. He just want her to be happy. She is unsure at first, but decides to give it a go. Troy has to leave, and Dinah impatiently waits for her email, thinking it was just a fling thing. She gets it and she is super happy. Steve tells Lana maybe she could be the big bad wolf, and they head into a room. [This segment ends.]moreless
    • Episode 651
      Episode 651
      Episode 51
      "Chance Encounters" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel Cleo runs into Greg, where he starts to babble about faith, and love. They return to her room, where they proceed to have sex. Right after, they are interrupted by Marrisa, and Cleo tells Greg to hide in the closet. He does, and she lets Marissa in. Marissa start to babble about how a loser and how she played Greg. He comes out of the closet, and decides she is a lying bitch, and leaves. Cleo cries, while Marissa tries to comfort her. Marissa tells her the plus side, that she can finally go after David. Marissa makes an appointment for David for tutoring on his Latin, and guess who is the tutor? Cleo is waiting for him, and he shows up, he starts to say the exact same words what Greg told her earlier, about faith and stuff. "Gay Budz" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Henry and Nate decide to clear the air between them, and they start to hug right after. Sean catches them hugging, and retreats back to Brian, and tells him Henry and Nate were "all over each other." Brian brushes it off, and decides to go to Henry's home after school. Nate and Henry who are swimming in the pool, returns to the room. Nate decides to pack his stuff and leave, but before leaving, he decides to leave his underwear in back of a pillow, and leaves an open wrapper of a condom on the table. That's when Brian shows up, and Nate tells him, Henry is taking a shower because he was all sweaty. Nate leaves, with Brian wondering what happen. Brian brushes it off, and Henry returns. They proceed to have fool around, and Brian finds Nate's underwear in back of the pillow. Henry explains it must of fallen out of his bag, and they continue to kiss. Brian finds the open condom, and freaks. He asks what's that condom wrapper doing there, and Henry doesn't know why. Brian decides to leave. "Full Figured Fun" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Dinah tries the fetish attack, but it turns out Troy is willing to do anything. He makes a comment about food, which disgusts her and she decides she cannot do this anymore.moreless
    • Episode 650
      Episode 650
      Episode 50
      "Chance Encounters" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel Cleo is picking out her clothes for her date with Greg, and asks Marissa for her advice. Marissa asks Cleo once more if this is for David, and Cleo says yes. Greg arrives, and Marissa leaves. Greg decides to teach Cleo how to dance the Tango, and while dipping her, he kisses her. She starts to panic, and yells at him, saying why did you kiss me?, do I have some kind of sign saying you can open kiss me? stuff like that. They are both interrupted by David, and he reveals a friend of Cleo, named Marissa told him that they have a dart game challenge. Cleo then tells Greg she has to defend her title, and he leaves. She changes into another skimpy clothes, and head down to the dart board. She plays hard to get with David, and she tells him, I'm not available. She then returns to her room, where Marissa is happy for her. Marissa gives her a box, that Greg left, and Cleo opens it. It's a bracelet, and tells Marissa that she wants to stop this whole thing, because Greg is sweet. Marissa tells her no, because they are so close on landing David, and Cleo agrees. "Gay Budz" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Brian isn't to keen about Nate, and Henry reveals he and Nate are going camping. Brian decides to tag along, keeping Henry company. Brian arrives at Henry's home with a luggage, and Henry decides to dress him the correct way. They prep him up, and Brian decides not to go because it's not his scene. When Nate is away, Brian tells Henry that he does trust him that nothing will happen, and Henry is happy that Brian is not jealous. Nate returns, and Brian leaves, saying he will not go camping. Nate and Henry talk, and he clues Henry that Brian and him have nothing in common... which led him saying, why aren't they together because Nate and Henry has so much in common. Henry decides it won't be the best for them to go camping right now, since Nate openly admitted he had feelings for him. "Full Figured Fun" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Dinah and Troy make up, and Steve decides to try one of Lana's fetish. It made him the big bad wolf, and Lana little red riding hood. He decides it won't work, and leaves. Dinah goes to Lana for advice, and reveals that Troy kept feeding her, and kept telling her how she eats is sexy. Lana thinks Troy has a feeding fetish, and tells Dinah to fight Fetish with Fetish.moreless
    • Episode 649
      Episode 649
      Episode 49
      "Chance Encounters" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jack Hackel Marissa is still trying the best for Cleo and David, and decide they could "run" into each other in the pharmacy. Cleo runs as fast as she could, but accidentally hits Greg how is pushing a whole tray of sodas to the vending machines. She finds out that Greg has many jobs, and that he is saving to go to Argentina. Marissa catches Cleo talking to Greg, and hulls her into their dorm room (Great scene, Karen Cliche is a wonderful actress!). They then comes up with the idea, to have the bathroom at David's dorm to be "out of hot water" forcing him to use the bathroom at theirs. Cleo sets up a trap for David, and he returns into her naked. She slaps him, and calls him a pervert. He explains about the "no hot water" situation, and tells her sorry about this whole mix up. She asks for her towels, and he gives it to her. He uses the shower she is using, and Cleo runs into Greg. She loudly asks him on a date, so that David could hear them. He accepts, and David peeks out his head, asking Greg if he had a date with Cleo. Cleo explains the whole situation with Marissa, and Marissa asks if she wants to go on a date with Greg to make David jealous or if she really want to go out on a date with Greg in general. Cleo tells her that she wants to make David jealous. "Gay Budz" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Henry and Brian are having relationship problems. Henry and Brian spend too much time together, and Henry tries to butt in Brian's life. He basically tells him to hang out with his old friends, and Henry does. Henry's friend, Nate, a jock stero typed guy, like Henry, hangs out with him. Nate comes out to Henry, and he is shocked. Nate then leaves, and Brian returns to Henry. Brian apologizes to Henry, saying it was over the top, and Henry tells him that Nate came out to him. He explains it would be perfect, since now he has a gay friend. Brian objects to it. "Full Figured Fun" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Troy a hunky guy shows an interest at Dinah a "big" girl. Lana tells Dinah she should try make her move. Things between Dinah and Troy gets complicated, and they end up having sex. When Troy goes to the bathroom, Dinah finds Troy's smut magazines, that have one thing that is in common, they are all fat. Dinah gets dressed, and throws a magazine at Troy, and tells him goodbye forever. He tries to explains things as Dinah leaves.moreless
    • Episode 648
      Episode 648
      Episode 48
      "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
    • Episode 647
      Episode 647
      Episode 47
      "Bitter Sweet 18" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Sexual tension is still between Diego and Julie. Diego doesn't want to have sex because it's against the law, and they might put him away for that. So Julie shows him a box of idea that they could do that "isn't" sexual. Things include, Honey, taking pictures of each other, and having police scanner sex. All of these ideas doesn't go to well, and they just decide to have sex. Touching all over his body, Julie notices it "died." Diego says, he is just stress, cannot have sex, and leaves. "Fantasy" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by George Mihalka It turns out that Alicia knows Maureen because Maureen is a T.A. where Alicia teaches. Billy is acting kind of harsh towards Maureen when she doesn't arrive early, and sends her in the back. Billy assists Maureen in the back, where she reveals she has a crush on him. They proceed to have sex, and Maureen tells Billy he has one more assigment to do for her... break up with Alicia, because this fantasy is turning into a reality. "Girls Interrupted" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Jack Hackel Bridget realizes that she loves Tammy, and goes to her. They do have sex, despite having HIV. [This segment ends.]moreless
    • Episode 646
      Episode 646
      Episode 46
      "Fantasy" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by George Mihalka Between Billy and Maureen, their is some attraction between them, but he can't take it any further, because she was his old high school teacher. While training her, she breaks some dishes in the back, and he goes to her. They kiss in a moment of weakness, but he decides to leave it at there. "Bitter Sweet 18" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Julie and Diego can't escape sex life, and so she decides to dress up as a cop. It is revealed that Julie's father is a cop. Julie and Diego are interrupted by a fire alarm that went off. Julie forces Diego to go out through her home, while her family waited for her outside the lawn. But did anyone see Diego? "Girls Interrupted" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Jack Hackel Tammy catchs Bridget with another girl, and Tammy starts to puts herself down, as well putting words in Bridget's mouth saying that Bridget didn't really want her. Tammy decides to quit the cooking class, that she and Bridget have been taking, being taught by their friend, Collette.moreless
    • Episode 645
      Episode 645
      Episode 45
      "Girls Interrupted" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Jack Hackel Tammy finally tells Bridget about her status, and Bridget freaks. Tammy calms her down, explaining how safe it could be. So on their second date... or an excuse to have sex, Bridget decides she is ready to kiss, and they do. Tammy wants to go further, but Bridget can't. She freaks out, and starts to get dressed and leaves. "Bitter Sweet 18" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Julie (Dane's fling, Jake's sister) has a new guy she's been sleeping around with. Julie's parents are not home, so they both decide to have sex. Diego's 18 birthday is also happens to be today. He reminds Julie that she is sleeping with a real man. She then jokes about how if they do have sex, it's against the law, and that he could go to jail being 18 and all. He starts to freak out, and that's when Julie's parents come home. He starts to leave, and Julie goes under the covers, pretending to read a book, as he mother calls her. "Fantasy" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by George Mihalka Billy and Alicia are going out, and he pulls her under the table where he wants to have sex. But their friend, Dwight makes trouble, forcing them to stop. Alicia leaves, and Billy and Dwight stares at a piece of ass, taunting them over at the desk. It turns out that it's Billy's High School teacher happen to apply for a job at the Youth Hostel. She hits on him, very much, and he can't help to call her mrs, or ma'am, keeping it formal. She tells him that he could call her by her first name, Maureen. She fills out the application, and asks Billy for help to get the job. Billy calls his manager Janet (not mentioned in earlier episodes, would of been better if they said Lana or Kelli) and tells her about a perfect applicant. He tells Maureen to give the application to her, and she does. She comes out a few minutes later, and tells Billy that she got the job. They start to hug, and she hits on him again. She leaves, and Dwight goes to Billy, where he tells him that he should sleep with her because it's everyones fantasy. He brushes it off, and tells him that it's not his fantasy to sleep with the teacher.moreless
    • Episode 644
      Episode 644
      Episode 44
      "Fag Stag" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Joel, and Carter are ready for their wedding. In the elevator, Joel and Carter try not to look at each other. Before the doors closes, Ethan walks in. Carter sees him, and leaves due to the awkwardness. Ethan and Joel exchanges each other's greetings. Carter is having second thoughts, and decides to go to Joel, who is in the complex's hot tub. What Carter doesn't know is that Ethan was their also, giving him a under water treatment (Looks familiar? Remeber the premiere episode of Season 3? The lesbian couple also did that). Carter opens his eyes, and sees Ethan. Of course, the wedding is off, and Carter returns to his apartment, where Linda and Cody are talking. He reveals that he isn't going to get married, and Linda jokes about getting married (really great scene with Christopher! Great job!). Linda and Cody enjoys the wedding cake, and they both reveal that they don't want an open relationship. They were both lying about sleeping with other partners. They then try to encourage Carter to explore the world, because it was just one open relationship he had. [This segment ends.]"Temptation High" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Dominick and Isobel are chatting happily away, but Hunter calls. She reveals that Hunter is her cousin. Isobel and Dominick decides to have sex in the infamous by now, the equipment room. Isobel feels guilty and tells Dominick about everything. It blows up in her face, and he doesn't want her anymore. A devistated Isobel returns to Jake, explaining what happened. She blames herself that she was really out of control, and didn't listen to him. She then jokes about washing laundry because for now, the only thing she'll be enjoying will be the spin cycle. [This segment ends.]"Girls Interrupted" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Jack Hackel Bridget is interested in this girl named Tammy. Tammy's good friend, Collet (sp?) helps them by making them dinner. Tammy treats Bridget bad, and retreats to the bathroom. Collet tells Bridget that she should surprise her in their dorm room, wearing a French maid's out fit. She does, and Tammy returns. Tammy talks about how cruel she was to Bridget, because well, it's hard to tell her that she is HIV Positive. Collet tells her that Bridget is waiting for her. Tammy goes to Bridget, and they start to have a little fun. In their bras, and panties, Tammy wants to tell Bridget about her condition. But instead, she tells her that she doesn't want sex on the first date. Bridge then tells her that they could just cuddle, and kiss through out the night.moreless
    • Episode 643
      Episode 643
      Episode 43
      "Fag Stag" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka For Carter's bachelor party, Cody invites Ethan, and female stripper. Carter and Ethan are disappointed, while Cody tries to have an open relationship with the stripper, named Brenda. Off to the side, Ethan tells Carter that he wants him, but Carter backs away, saying it would break the rules. Ethan gives Carter one last chance, but Carter turns Ethan down, and Ethan leaves. A while later, Cody and Carter discuss their night, and Cody tells Carter that he cannot participate in this open relationship, and nudges Carter, saying if Linda asks, he did sleep with other women. Carter tells Cody that he cannot marry Joel, because what he is feeling with Ethan, might be love. "Stuck On U" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault Eric, Ursula, and Yolanda plots against Zoe, and Adam so they could be together. Zoe decides to go on a road trip, and packs all of these clothes but Ursula "accidentally" spilled grape juice in it. Meanwhile, Eric tells Adam that the frat isn't mad, they will forget about everything, if he washes the frats clothes. They head over to the laundry room, where Zoe, Ursula, and Yolanda are. Ursula, Yolanda, and Eric, pushes them two, and locks them inside. Zoe and Adam start to talk, and she reveals that the clothes that was wrecked, was actually a sports clothing project she was working on. Adam notices that it is the right size for him, and she then tells him she modeled it after him. He tries on this biker shorts, and they start to fall for each other. Ursula outside, yells, "check the last washer." They check it were flowers, a radio, two glasses, and wine are found. They start to get the mood up, and Adam asks about the letters that all the girls wore. She tells him that she made them in part of his conquest, and reveals that Ursula and Yolanda made her "z" letter for tonight, part of his conquest. They start to kiss, and they fall of the floor, shirts off, more wet kisses. Adam reveals that he really likes her, and maybe they could take it slow. Zoe reminds him that she had a crush on him ever since Freshmen year, so that's a long time. They proceed to have sex, while the three outside, cheers seeing that their plan worked. [This segment ends.]"Temptation High" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Dominick tells Isobel about Jake cheating on him... with another guy, and she is "devistated." She invites him over, where he is massaging her feet, relieving some so called tension. They start to take off their shirts, and starts to kiss. Jake walks in on them, and pulls Isobel in the bathroom, where they start to "break up." He reminds her that she do have a boyfriend, Hunter, and that's cheating on him. Jake also tells Isobel that she must end this thing right now. She goes back to Dominick, and tries to end things, but they start to kiss all over again.moreless
    • Episode 642
      Episode 642
      Episode 42
      "Fag Stag" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka It is revealed that Joel has to stay over night in the office, due to some paper work. Linda reveals she has a date, so Cody goes out and tries to pick up a women. While doing some laundry, Carter he meets a guy, named Ethan. Who he invites, after Joel and Cody leave. They proceed to have sex, and after he leaves, Cody comes back, and reveals he didn't score with anyone. Cody notices how happy Carter is and Carter tells him that he met a guy. Carter explains how can he lust over someone but love someone else at the same time, Since he cannot sleep with him again. Cody has an idea for Carter. He decides to throw a bachelor party for Carter, so that he and Ethan could have sex again, under one condition, Carter has to lie to Linda that he slept with so many hot girls. "Temptation High" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Isobel helps Dominick put away some of his balls in the equipment room. One ball accidentally falls on Dominick's shoulder, where he decides to fake that his shoulder hurts, so that she could massage it. Back at Jake's home, Jake tells Isobel about masturbation, which she reveals she did not do before. He puts her on the washing machine, where it goes on the spin cycle. She likes the tingly feeling, so he tells her to go into the shower. He guides her how to use the shower head, and she starts to tell him she needs some privacy. She emerges from the shower, where she reveals that she thought of Dominick. Jake then tells her, it's okay to fantasize about other people while masturbating. That's when Jake's boyfriend comes in, and tells him he cannot think of anyone else besides him when he masturbate. They then kiss infront of Isobel who is completely shocked. She leaves, and Dominick enters Jake's home, unoticed, due to a broken door bell. He quietly annouces he is here, and hears moans coming from one of the rooms, he peeks his head in and sees Jake kissing another guy. He quietly cheers, as he leaves, seeing that Isobel isn't really seeing him. "Stuck On U" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault Adam and Ursula are interrupted by Yolanda when she needs to talk to her. Adam hides in the closet, while she lets Yolanda in. Yolanda tells Ursula that she knows about everything, and tells her how would her boyfriend feel. Adam bursts out of the closet in Ursula's clothes, confronting about her boyfriend. Three of them are interrupted by Zoe's knocks on Ursula's door. Adam heads back in the closet, while Yolanda hides under the bed. Zoe tells Ursula that Adam sent her a hand written note/poem asking her on a date tomorrow night. Zoe then leaves, and the two emerge out of their hiding place. Adam tells both of them that told the frat that he wanted to quit this whole alphabet thing, and that he didn't write the note to Zoe. They are again interrupted by Eric, one of Adam's frat brothers, wanting to talk to Ursula. They hide again, and He tells Ursula about the whole Zoe plot so that they could finish off the alphabet. The two then come out of their hiding place, where they all start to argue. They are interrupted by Zoe, So they return to the hiding places, Adam in the closet, Yolanda under the bed, and Eric goes in back of the curtain (at this point it's a great scene). Zoe babbles about Adam again, and leaves. They do not close the door this time, and everyone comes out of their hiding places, arguing about Zoe. That's when Zoe over hears them, and is upset at everyone about lying.moreless
    • Episode 641
      Episode 641
      Episode 41
      "Stuck On U" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault The three girls, Ursula, Yolanda, and Zoe talk about Adam's conquest. That's when Adam shows up to take a shower, and Ursula presuades Yolanda to go in the shower with him. She does, and Adam reveals that he doesn't want to have sex. Yolanda says the same, and they decide to fake their whole sexual experience for Ursula and Zoe. Zoe gets upset, leaves, and Ursula follows her. Zoe reveals that she is in love with Adam ever since freshmen year. She looks at the bright side, since he already did letter y, he will now have to move on to z. Yolanda and Adam decides to end their performance, and Adam blurts out, "Oh... Ursula!" Yolanda finds out that he and Ursula have been secretly been seeing each other. She peeks her head outside if anyone heard him, but their is no one in site. "Temptation High" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Isobel, Jake's (from the last episode) friend, is on a three month exchange program. She is from private school, and is shocked how the public school system works, with girls in tight clothes, and how they make out in the halls without getting busted. She meets a guy named Dominick (from episode 607 - 610) and she invites him over, when he offers to tutor her for science. When he arrives, Jake isn't to happy with Dominick. Jake is convinced that Dominick is only interested in sex, and decides to do a little experiment. Jake reveals to Dominick that Isobel is actually his girlfriend. Dominick isn't to keen on the idea, and decides to leave. Jake then proves a point that Dominick was only trying to get her. "Fag Stag" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Carter decides he want to marry Joel. Joel mentions about an open relationship, and Carter freaks. Carter tells ody and Linda about it, where Linda also reveals she wants an open relationship. Carter decides he is willing to try it out.moreless
    • Episode 640
      Episode 640
      Episode 40
      "Stuck On U" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault Adam has this conquest for his fraternity, which includes having sex with girls from A to Z. Right now, he is on Y, and Yolanda friends, Ursula and Zoe, convinces to have sex with him. The only thing is that he is stuck on Ursula. He decides he wants to take it steady, and tells Ursula about it. She is willing to have a secret relationship, as long as he finishes the whole alphabet. "Switcheroo" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jake and Julie decides it cannot work between them. When they talk to Dustin about it, Julie changes her mind, saying they want to try it out. Julie and Jake fight over Dustin, and they create these time out card (yes the ones from Dismissed!), where the other person leaves for ten minutes. Julie uses her time out card, and she tries to hurry things with Dustin, while making out. When they are about to do it, time runs out, and Jake tells her. Jake brings the half naked Dustin to his room, where he tries to rush things. Dustin is sick of this, and decides he wants to use the bathroom. Jake tells him if he could go after their time out is done, but Dustin tells him no. So Jake tells him, could he join him (Sounds gross. He's into golden showers? lol, j/k, sorry I watch to much Sex and The City.) and Dustin tells him no. He goes to the bathroom, where Julie is waiting for him, saying that "decided to cut your time out short?" Julie enters Jake's room, and they argue over Dustin. Dustin tells them, it would be better if they could all be friends. Jake then reminds him about the project they have to do, and clues Julie if something happens... which makes Dustin upset. Dustin can't take it, and decides he made a stupid idea, trying to date them both. He leaves, and Julie and Jake jokes about having the same taste in men. They then decide they cannot date anyone bisexual. [This segment with Dustin ends, continues with Dustin's friend, Isobel and Dominick (from episodes 607 - 610.]"Fag Stag" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Joel is having his apartment repainted, and Carter invites him to say over. Cody's current girlfriend, Linda decides she wants to stay too. They decide to try things in the hot tub, and Linda starts to babble about commitment, and that's when Joel asks Carter to marry him. Carter will think about it, and Linda tells Joel that she is sort of a planner/designer, and is willing to help. Linda and Joel decides to get out, leaving the brothers there. Cody and Carter talk about their current problem. Carter isn't ready for marriage, because it's til death do us part, and that's just too long. Cody isn't ready to settle down yet.moreless
    • Episode 639
      Episode 639
      Episode 39
      "Reluctant Pornographer" written by Swith Bell, directed by George Mihalka Ella tells Pierre and Suzette about making the porn, under one condition, they know it's fake. Ella tells him it's fake, but he doesn't listen to her. He shoots the porn, while Pierre and Suzette jokes about sex, Ella then joins them. He is really turned on, and goes to them, which they ultimately stop. They tell him it was fake, and he decides to leave out of shame. Ella goes to him where she calls him a perverted person, and starts to film him. It starts to turn him on, and tells Ella he wants sex. She tells him now, and they break up. [This segment ends.]"Switcheroo" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Dustin is forced to choose between Julie and Jake when they confront him about it. What Julie and Jake didn't know about each other that he was fooling around with both of them, which pisses them off. Dustin goes to Jake and tells him he is sorry, and wants to give it a chance. He kisses him and tells him how he could make it up to him. He starts to unzip Jake's pants, and starts to go on his knees. They are interrupted by Julie, who still didn't knock. They force the truth out of him, where he confesses that he is bisexual. They still want him to choose, but he says he chooses both, because he fell in love with both of them. He tells them it's either both of nothing. "Bumping Uglies" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Lisa finally reveals her sexy side to Dan, when she catches Dan, and the girl whose been competiting with her, Connie. Everyone is shocked, and Dan's attention is completely on Lisa. Connie tries to be sexy but fails in doing so. Lisa brings Dan back, where she starts to play him. She then goes in back of a curtain, and reveals to him her geeky side. He is dissapointed, but she turns him down, because she wants to find a guy who likes her and not her beauty. [This segment ends.]moreless
    • Episode 638
      Episode 638
      Episode 38
      "Bumping Uglies" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Grace goes back to the book club, despite being turned down. She convinces everyone that she is smart, and Dan notices it. Lisa knows that Grace wins will the bet, and decides to give her the half of the closet to her because she wants to see her happy. Dan comes over for his date with Grace, and he starts to hit on her. He tries everything to remove her clothes, but she is still in costume. She stops this, and he notices the picture. It's actually her, but he doesn't know that. She tells him that it's her sister, and he starts to put down the ditsy air head type girls, which offends her. She decides it's time to stop, and he leaves. "Switcheroo" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jake and Dustin still have to project, and Jake is still being clingy to Dustin. Jake kisses, him and Dustin freaks, because they never actually kissed before. Jake just wants to tell his sister, but Dustin quickly disagrees. Jake wants Dustin to come out, but Dustin tells Jake that he isn't ready yet. Dustin then brings his lips on Jake's, which catches him by surprise. Jake then backs off, and takes off Dustin's shirt, explains it would be better. Dustin do the same to Jake, and they resume kissing on the floor. That's when Jake's bathoom door open (Julie and Jake share a bathroom that connects to both of their rooms) and it's Julie. Dustin quickly head locks Jake's, and she asks them what they were doing because she knows about the project. Jake gets mad, and tells her about knocking. He then explains they were just wrestling. Julie hints to Dustin that she will be going to bed, and leaves. Dustin puts on his shirt, and calls it a night. Before leaving Jake's room, he kisses him, and finally leaves. He exits his door, and proceeds to go to Julie's room. They start to make out, and she tells him why can't they surprise their relationship with everyone. He quickly disagrees, and she starts to call him her boyfriend because they were fooling around. He signs, and tells her that he has to go. She then tells him that she'll give him only the night to sleep on it. By morning come, he needs to make a decision. "Reluctant Pornographer" written by Swith Bell, directed by George Mihalka Ella tricks Ridley by wearing Suzette's devil horns. Ridley then explain that he can't have sex with her, because he finds her as an angel, while Suzette is a dirty, naughty, girl. She explains that she could be naughty, and tells him that he could shoot a video with Pierre and Suzette.moreless
    • Episode 637
      Episode 637
      Episode 37
      "Bumping Uglies" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Grace dresses up Lisa, as an nerd. As part of their agreement, they attend Grace's book club, where Lisa tries to hit on guy named Dan. She asks for his phone number, and Lisa gets a taste of rejection, when findng out that it's actually a pizza delivery phone number. "Switcheroo" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jake and Dustin are best friends, and are working on this project. There's a twist to this story, Jake and Dustin have been fooling around. At one point durning the project, Jake is bored, and decides he wants sex. So he proceed to jerk Dustin, and Dustin do the same to Jake. Jake wants more, and Dustin asks, "what do you mean more?" Jake tells him, "I'll show you more", and starts to suck on Dustin's member. Now flaccid and sweaty, Dustin decides it's late, and wants to go home. Before he leaves, Jake comes out to Dustin. Jake thinks that Dustin is gay, but he isn't. Dustin still want to remain best friends, despite all their fooling around, and finding out that Jake is gay. Dustin leaves, and Jake catches his sister, Julie brushing her teet. Jake decides to come out to her, where she simply says, "I already knew." She asks if he has a crush on someone, and he tells her about Dustin (without saying his name). Julie is happy for Jake, and leaves him alone. He returns to her room, where Dustin is lying on her bed, half naked. She tells him about Jake being gay, and wants to come clean about their relationship. Of course, he doesn't want her to tell Jake. "Reluctant Pornographer" written by Swith Bell, directed by George Mihalka Ella surprises Ridley with the sex video, but it doesn't play. She decides to get ready for a costume party the Youth Hostel is having and leaves him alone. Before she leaves, the video starts playing, and he is turned on by it. He is surprised to see the models at their room. Ridley kisses Suzette, and Pierre catches him. He notices that it's the plumber guy, and is shocked. Ella returns, where they couple leave. Ella presses on to have sex, Still Ridley refuses to.moreless
    • Episode 636
      Episode 636
      Episode 36
      "Bumping Uglies" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Lisa returns from her trip, and is surprised when her friend, Grace, has a gorgeous boyfriend named Bud. Lisa is convinced that they only date Grace, inorder to get her, Lisa. Grace, doesn't think so, and challenges Lisa to get a guy without her looks. Lisa agrees to the challenge, and tells her if she wins, she gets all of the closet space. Grace agrees, but she has to dress Lisa up, as ugly she can be. "Virgin Baggage" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord It's Christine birthday, and is still mad at Owen. Owen gives Luke a present for Christine. Luke gives Christine a dolphin necklace, and is surprised that he knows her favorite animal. Luke and Christine are about to have sex, and she tells him thank you about the necklace. He then calls it a shark necklace, which shocks her, because it could only mean one thing... Owen. She decides not to have sex with Luke, and decides to go for the guy that loved her this whole time, whose she been ignoring. [This segment ends.]"Reluctant Pornographer" written by Swith Bell, directed by George Mihalka At the Youth Hostel, Ella is conviced her boyfriend, Ridley is not sexually active. He is going away for a rafting trip, While she stays back. In the sauna, She meets a couple, Pierre, and Suzette, and tells them about her problem. Pierre is convinced that Ridley loves sex, and has porn lying around somewhere. Ella agrees for their help, and they find a DVD porn in Ridley's music collection. They decide to make an amateur porn, to show Ridley when he comes back. Pierre and Suzette fakes the whole sex thing, but it looks like they are having sex. Ella thanks them for helping her.moreless
    • Episode 635
      Episode 635
      Episode 35
      "Double Fake" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Cody knows that Joel is perfect for Carter, but Carter doesn't want to apologize. While washing clothes, Cody plays Carter, and tells Joel that he wants him to come over for dinner, so he could apologize. Cody and Carter does their martini dance for Vanessa because they need each other to pull off the perfect date, and Joel comes over. He finds out that Cody was playing Carter, and that Carter doesn't want to apologize. Cody then tells him to aleast have a drink, and he agrees... out on the balcony. Cody, being the older brother by two minutes, tells Carter that Joel is perfect for him, and forces him to say sorry, even though Carter didn't want to. Carter slowly goes to Joel, playing Cody, and tells Joel that Carter (or himself) that he was just scared, and he knows he is ready. Carter then tells Joel that its him actually, and they share a kiss. Carter and Cody then start to work their martini dance for Vanessa and Joel. They then head to the complex's hot tub, and they all have great time. [This segment with Vanessa (and Ruth) ends, continues with all three males on episode 640.]"Virgin Bagage" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Christine's birthday is tomorrow, and goes to Luke for sex. He doesn't want to because he thinks she still has Virgin Bagage, in which she acted yesterday. Christine shares her frustration with Owen, and he tells her that they could have sex. She agrees, and they have sex. He knows he was bad, and tries to cling on his crush for so many years. She thinks the symptoms he has is Virgin-idous, and she finds out that Owen did like her, but she wants sex with Luke. Owen tells her maybe next time will be better, but she reveals their won't be a next time. "You Bet Your Boobs, Dude" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc It's the big jump, and Dexter and Fionna switch places. Mona then wants to wish Dexter goodluck, but doesn't know it's Fionna. Larkin finds Dexter, and lets Dexter knows that Fionna likes him, and that Mona is just using him for his popularity. Dexter finds Mona with Fionna, and blows her off. He then shows his feelings to Fionna, and they have sex. He then reveals that the last bet he is going to be doing is wearing the boobs for a month. Fionna then tells him, "I bet you can't do the last thing you did again.", and tells him if he wins, he gets her. They proceed to have sex again. [This segment ends.]moreless
    • Episode 634
      Episode 634
      Episode 34
      "Double Fake" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Carter goes for his important meeting, and Cody gets ready to his (Carter's) date with Joel. Thinking it's Carter, Joel tells Cody about himself, but is baffled when he is retelling what he told Carter yesterday. Joel needs to use the bathroom, so he does. That's when Vanessa shows up with a pan of muffins, and tells Cody that she'll give him a second chance... along with a sex lingerie. Cody panics, but tells Vanessa to go to his room, to change and wait for him. She does, and that's when Joel comes out of the bathroom. Cody grabs Joel's shirt, and kisses him. He tells him that he wants it now, and goes into Carter's room. Carter then comes home, and helps himself to a muffin. Vanessa emerges out of Cody's room, and he is shocked. That's when Cody rushes out and explains that he can't do it. Joel then steps out, and Vanessa asks Cody if he is gay. Cody points to Carter, and Joel is shocked that Carter has a twin brother. Cody and Vanessa watches Carter, as Joel leaves him. Carter tries to explain, but it's no use. Vanessa then tries to cheer him up with a muffin. "Virgin Bagage" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Owen really likes Christine, and gives Luke the wrong advice. Owen does the same to Christine, and tells her that she need to act it out, her first time, make is special, sort like marriage. Luke arrives at Christine's home, and Owen leaves. Christine makes it a big deal that she will lose her virginity, but Luke backs out. "You Bet Your Boobs, Dude" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Mona is just interested in Dexter because he is becoming so popular. She tells people that the next stunt he will do is jump of the dean's car with a motorcycle. The stunt is already becoming a huge thing, and Dexter asks Fionna to teach him how to ride a motorcycyle. She agrees.moreless
    • Episode 633
      Episode 633
      Episode 33
      "You Bet Your Boobs, Dude" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Fionna helps Dexter makes his fake boobs. They model it after Fionna's boobs, and it feels real. They put all the chemicals in the closet, and Fionna gives him a tight girlie shirt to wear. They head to a party that the some one is having, and they decide to have a wet t-shirt contest (although it seemed like a "G" rating wet t-shirt contest). Fionna nominates Dexter, then Mona steps up to challenge him. Dexter wins, and Fionna and Dexter, heads back to his dorm room. Dexter wants the bra off, but Fionna can't take it off. She tells him she only can take it off when she is facing back, so she faces back and tries to take it off. They are interrupted by knocks on the door, and Fionna hides in the closet. It's Mona, she takes an interest at Dexter, and asks if she could feel his boobs. He agrees, IF she let him touch hers too. Mona agrees, and she starts to feel Dexter's boobs. When it's his turn, he is interrupted by Fionna, who comes out of the closet, coughing. Mona decides to leave, and Dexter is disappointed. He asks Fionna why, and she reminds him tht all chemicals are in the closet. "Virgin Bagage" written by Lara McKinnon, directed Jean-Claude Lord Owen and Christine are really good friends. The training to be a life guard. Owen feels threaten when Christine tells him that she wants to lose her virginity before her birthday. She reveals that her boyfriend, Luke, will pop her cherry tonight. She tells him if he wants to use her pool for practice, it's okay, As long as he doesn't bother them. While getting it on, Owen bothers them, and Luke decides to leave. Christine is really upset at Owen, because she didn't love her virginity. "Double Fake" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Cody feels weird about his brother being gay, so he decides to put away all things that reminds him of being gay in their apartment. Carter then comes home, and sees all of this. Cody tells him that this lamp is so gay, and Carter reminds him that Cody gave it to him... OOPS! hehe. Carter asks Cody if he is gay himself, and Cody tells him no. They then argue that they need each other inorder to pull off the perfect date. Carter then goes to the complex's hot tub with Joel, while Cody has a date with Vanessa. Carter tells Joel about his brother. Joel tells him it's okay because he don't want to do the paper work. Carter wants to prove his love to Joel, and Joel tells him that he could by having dinner with him tonight. If Carter cancels on him, Joel will take it as he can't prove his love. So he has to have the dinner one way or another. Meanwhile Cody with his date with Vanessa, is going lousy. She tells him it was more fun with his brother. She leaves, and Carter returns. They both agree that they need each other for dates. Cody tells Carter that someone in the office called. Cody returns the call, and finds out that an important client is coming. Carter needs to take his client to dinner, and he remembers about the dinner with Joel. Carter tells Cody that Cody could take his place, because Joel doesn't know that they are twins.moreless
    • Episode 632
      Episode 632
      Episode 32
      "You Bet Your Boobs, Dude" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Dexter from (Episode 621) returns with his own segment. We find out that all the bets he was doing (not mentioned by me in the "Miranda Rules" synopsis, because it was only a sub-plot) was a way to pay off his college tutition. He is 2 minutes away from winning the bet, which is lip stick all over his body, standing one foot on a stool while holding two balloons filled with something foul by now. His friends Larkin, and Fionna is surprised that he could pull this off. He then reveals that while doing all of these bets he is thinking about a girl named Mona, and that's how he is keeping concentration. That's when Mona, appears nearby. Dexter tries to look down her top, and falls off the stool, losing the bet. Dexter leaves to clean up, while Fionna bitches to Larkin, about liking Dexter. Fionna then talks to Mona in the coed bathroom, and thinks she can't compete with Mona for Dexter. "Busted" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jack slips a message that he saw Sandra's boob, and she is shocked by it. At Sandra's home, Annette then reveals that the same thing happened to her and they taught Rick a lesson, which BTW he learned from. Tania then tells her that they could spread a rumor on Jack, but that's when Jack and Rick walks in. Annette and Rick kisses, and goes to Annette's home. Jack and Sandra talk in her bathroom, and Jack tells her that it was a mistake, he was just astonished and didn't mean it because... "WOW... Boobs" as he explains it. She then reveals the truth about being lopsided and shows it to him. As he say it again "WOW... Boobs." [This segment ends]"Double Fake" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Cody asks Carter if everything went well last night. Carter is shocked on what happened, but tells Cody it went fine. Carter then tells Cody that he will wash the clothes. While washing clothes, Carter, the gay twin, runs into Joel, where they flirt a bit. Carter then closes the door on the laundromat, and they proceed to have sex (or Joel presumably gives Carter a blow job). Carter returns to the apartment, and takes off his shirt, where he set aside. He tells Cody, whose been working out, to notify him when the timer goes off so he could put the fabric softner in. Carter takes a shower, and a few minutes later, the timer goes off. Cody calls for him, but he doesn't answer. Cody then puts on Carter's shirt, and heads down to the apartment's laundomat. Thinking it's Carter, Joel hits on him. Cody is shocked tries to hit on him (which he tries to hard). Joel tells him that maybe they could go up to his place, and have sex like what they did in the hot tub last night. Cody is double shocked, and returns to the his/Carter's apartment. Cody tells him what Joel said, and Carter finally comes out to Cody. Carter wants to tell Cody about well, the first few times, but Cody doesn't want to listen. He gets up and leaves, shocked but not mad.moreless
    • Episode 631
      Episode 631
      Episode 31
      "Double Fake" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Cody and Carter are twin brothers who live in the apartment complex. They (or Carter rather) pays for one person despite of having two people living there. A new resident supervisor named Joel just moved in. Which every supervisor they would always hit on, so that they could have their rent lowered. But this time, the supervisor is a guy... he is also gay. Cody and Carter decides to flip a coin, and Carter "wins", although loses thru his perspective. Carter (or Cody, thinking back it might of been the other twin) meets the Joel in the elevator and hits on him but Joel doesn't show an interest...yet. The Joel then calls Carter while he and his brother are having fun with these two girls. Carter joins the Joel in the complex's hot tub. The Joel shows an interested, and he moves closer to Carter. Joel then kisses Carter, where he is surprised and shocked by Joel's action. You see the kiss awoken Carter's homosexual tendencies. Carter then leans in and kisses the Joel again, they proceed to have sex in the hot tub. "Busted" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Sandra is wearing Annette's sand bra and is ready for Jack. They proceed to make out but the bra starts to leak. Sandra is fed up already and shows Jack her lopsided boobs, but instead of being shocked, Jack is speechless... Boobs! They get dressed, and Jack leaves. Sandra tells Annette what happened. "Spies Like Russ" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Beriault We find out that the answer key is crypted and that Aaron has been playing Russ like a dog. Aaron well been selling the answer key, as soon as Russ incryptes the disc. Russ gives Aaron an answer key, and Aaron and the rest of the soccer team fails the test. Russ goes back to Yolanda and tells her that he didn't give Aaron the real answer key. She thinks that is sweet, and they get back together... as long as if Russ can pin Yolanda down. She says yes, and says as long as she could pin him down. She quickly pins him down. They kiss. [This segment ends, continues with Yolanda's friends Ursula and Adam episode 640.]moreless
    • Episode 630
      Episode 630
      Episode 30
      "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
    • Episode 629
      Episode 629
      Episode 29
      "Spies Like Russ" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Beriault Aaron gives tips to Russ how to use his signtaute technique to get the disc, while pinning Yolanda on the bed. He does it, but Yolanda pins him back, and they proceed to have sex. Russ returns to Aaron, and Aaron reveals if he doesn't pass this test, he'll get kicked out. Russ tells him that he didn't take the disc, and that he had sex with her. "Busted" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Annette's friend, Sandra comes back from a trip from Europe, and Annette notices that Sandra isn't really sexual active with her boyfriend, Jack. Tania notices Sandra checking Annette's boobs out, just before Sandra hits the showers. While Sandra is in the showers, Tania and Annette comes with the idea that Sandra is a lesbian. They try to confront her but Sandra reveals that she was looking at Annette because she is so perfect. She then tells them about her boobs and how one is lopsided, her left boob to be exact. She then shows her boobs to them. "Mean Freddy" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jim Donovan Barry is upset that Fred ditch him, after working each other up. Darla still tells him that the guy with the glasses might be interested in him, but Barry brushes it off. He tries the silent treatment against Fred but Fred wants to explain want happpened. He explains that he is not out, and that they have lots of time to have sex. But sex plans are ruined when one of Fred's friend, Mitch shows up. Fred tells Barry that he isn't suppose to show up until a week after. Barry tells Darla to be his pretend girlfriend for Mitch. Mitch and Fred jumps and bumps into each other chests. Barry then jumps and tries to hit Mitch's chest, but Mitch moves to the side. Barry then lands on the ground, and loses his contacts, forcing him to use his glasses. Mitch challenges them to game of pool, and Mitch teases Barry how he holds the cue. Barry shoots and he falls and his the cue on glasses, breaking them. Now really looking back like a geek, Barry and Fred returns to Fred's room. Barry tells Fred that always in High School, he wanted to tie up Fred... Fred gets undressed without a doubt, and he lets Barry tie him up. Armed with an ice cube from a bowl nearby, Barry brings the ice cube to Fred's mouth, then moving south, to his neck, now on to his chest. Now going south to the border, and he stuffs it in Fred's tightie whiteies. Fred asks if he has any grudges on what happened.moreless
    • Episode 628
      Episode 628
      Episode 28
      "Spies Like Russ" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Beriault Aaron convinces Russ to sneak into Yolanda's room to get the disc with the test answers, but he is caught. She asks him why he is in her room, and he announces that he has a crush on her. This baffels her, and she lets him leave. But just before he goes out the door. She kisses him, and he leaves. In the previous episode, it is explained that Yolanda puts school, work, and her career first. She doens't have time for love, and is shocked when someone likes her. That's why she lets him off easy. Russ tells Aaron about it, and he is shocked, that Yolanda kissed him. Russ wants to call it quits, but Aaron says that he has a good thing going on here. It makes Russ closer to get the disc. "Boys On The Side" written by Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Their is a final rehearse before the huge play and Amy tries to bring out Jodi's lesbian side. It doesn't work, and Sam, the director who knows whats been happening between them, tells her that Jodi was just letting her what she wanted to hear. She then also reveal that it was her, Amy, who also the cause of this. She let Jodi do this to her. Right after the final rehearsal, Mike gives Jodi flowers, and Jodi kisses him in order to make Amy jealous. That's when she storms off, and yells "I Quit!" Jodi then goes to her, and explain the ethics of Hollywood. Jodi then tricks her, saying that Amy promised to do anything for her. Amy goes on with the play, and it's a sucess. Amy tries once again to bring out Jodi's lesbian side, but it doesn't work. Sam tries to cheer Amy up, then explains that she could be her Romeo, and kisses her. Amy tells her no, she is tired of acting and rather have the real thing. They kiss once more, and they presumably go out with each other. [This segment ends.]"Mean Freddy" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jim Donovan While doing some foreplay, Barry jokes about how Fred could be rough, since Fred leaves himself open to get attacked. Fred gets upset, and asks if Barry still wants to have sex. Barry says yes, and Fred reveals that he actually inexperience. Now ready, and under the sheets, Fred asks if Barry has a condom. Barry looks in his bag, and Fred finds Barry's passport. Fred finds out that is "Barry the Fairy" from high school. Barry then jokes about finding the condom, in all of this weird way. Fred is completely turned off, and Barry explains that he is a new guy now. He lost everything in High School. Fred says maybe he is just hungry, and Barry reveals he has some energy bars in his bag also. Shoulder to Shoulder, Fred decides he can't do this. Barry wants to do this, but Fred tells him that no one back home knows he is actually gay, and he leaves.moreless
    • Episode 627
      Episode 627
      Episode 27
      "Mean Freddy" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jim Donovan Barry and his friend name Darla are new workers at Mundo Mondo, Where Kelli seems to be the Head Supervisor. It's the perfect vaction for work, sex, and no rules. Darla sees this guy in glasses, but it's doesn't tickle Barry. Barry then bumps to his high school tormentor, Fred, the all around high school jock who didn't know better. Fred and Barry are paired to set up the beds. Barry tries to hide his face with the sheets but Fred wins over the "tugging." Fred tells Barry that he looks familiar and grabs him almost by the collar. Barry feels that worse, thinking that Fred remembered the old high school days, but the unthinkable happens. Fred kisses him, and Barry is confused, was Fred messing with him, or are these actions from his repressed memories from homosexuallity from high school that he had to keep secret? Barry freaks, and tries to get away, but Fred undresses and temps Barry which he accepts. In their underwear, crotch grabbing, wet kisses, and hands flying everywhere Barry wants to tell the truth, but tells Fred that he has to meet Darla, and leaves. Barry then tells Darla about the whole situation, and Darla teases him that he should live his fantasy, To make out with the jock. Barry tells Darla that he was his tormentor and not crush, but she questions it, until he reveals he might of thought of it at one point or another. She then tells him to start over, and try live it as it is. "Boys On The Side" written by Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord It's fricking fuck night for the girls, and Amy is pretty nervous about it. Since the love shack only has one bedroom, Jodi and Mike decides to do it in the closet, while Amy and Willy do it on the bed. Willy uses the poor suggestions by Mike, but Amy isn't interested. She hears Jodi moaning painfully and opens the curtain to the closet. The guys leave, and "Duh!" Jodi tells her, it's an orgasm. Amy tries to bring out Jodi's lesbian side, but it doesn't work. Jodi was just playing Willy's role, and Amy took it to far. Jodi asks Amy to leave. "Spies Like Russ" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Beriault Aaron is failing his chemisty class, and can't play soccer or have his scholarship taken away if he doesn't pass it. He has the idea to steal the answers from the Teacher's assistant. But it is revealed that the T.A. is the Resident Advisor, who doesn't like Aaron. He tries to his on her, but she shows him by working her punch bag human (I don't know what it is called exactly). He then leaves, and has the idea to have his friend, Russ steal it for him.moreless
    • Episode 626
      Episode 626
      Episode 26
      "Ticket To Ride" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Madeliene finds out about Jasmine's invention, and thinks it's neat. Seth tells Madeliene that he can't accept the money, but she insits. He doesn't accept it, and tells Jasmine about it. Jasmine pushs Seth to take the money. In the midst of the night, Seth catches Daryl in Jasmine's bed, and tells Madeliene about it, and they decide to trick them, by telling Daryl and Jasmine about their love that they fell for while doing this. Madeliene and Seth leaves with suit cases, and Daryl tells Jasmine at least they could be together, but she reveals that he was just a fling. Seth who gives Madeliene her suit case, in which he faked by holding hers. He then decides joins her, and they both leave for London. [This segment ends]"Boys On The Side" written by Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Amy and Jodi practices their kiss scene while, Sam (who has no speaking lines) and the guys watches them. They really get turned on by it, and holds each other hands to ease their pain. It is revealed that Willy too doesn't know how to please girls, and Mike helps him, by teaching him how fast and how much salvia is used when kissing (they do not kiss, because straight guys do not kiss, but for some reason girls kiss and doesn't find it awkward, a la Cruel Intentions.) and Mike teaches Willy how to take off a bra. While at Annette's home, a friend they know, whose pad's nick name is the love shack, the girls practice their kissing, which leads them in their bra and panties. They make out even more, and Amy moans Jodi's name. Jodi freaks out a bit, but forces Amy to tell her that she really meant Willy, and not her. Amy rolls her eyes, and agrees on Jodi wants to hear, even though Amy likes Jodi. "Miranda Rules" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman It's official, Miranda prints nationally, but Stacey quits the paper. Stacey gives Kyle her praise, and they start to make out. They then decide to leave Miranda out of their lives, and they go out, while Miranda is just a pen name in Kyle's writing life, as well as Stacey's life too. [This segment with "Miranda" ends, continues with Dexter on episode 631.]moreless
    • Episode 625
      Episode 625
      Episode 25
      "Miranda Rules" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman The interviewer named Gavin is here to interview Miranda, but Stacey goes against Kyle's wishes, and doesn't follow his hand signals on what they practiced yesterday. Stacey (Miranda rather) kisses Gavin, using the control of the bottom lip. He then leaves, and Kyle confronts her that she wasn't even taking his hand singals. He then tells her that she even had the kiss wrong. She then blurts out, "Why don't you show me." He does, and they start to make out on the couch of the newspaper room. They then have sex, and Kyle calls Stacey Miranda, and she leaves. "Ticket To Ride" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Jasmine and Daryl forces Seth and Madeliene to sleep together (not have sex), and they reveal a little too personal sides to each other, and they start to have a little sexual tension between them. They are both unaware what is happening outside, with each others partners, Daryl and Jasmine, in what they are presumably having sex. "Boys On The Side" written by Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Amy is the new girl playing Juliet, and the lead actor, Jodi who decided to take the role of Romeo to boost up her upcoming career in acting, doesn't take it to well. It takes time to sink in and Jodi and Amy talk about their roles. Jodi then introduces Amy to Mike, her boyfriend and his friend, Willy. Jodi then decides to make a double date, and Amy reveals that she didn't kiss a guy before. Jodi then shows Amy how to kiss, with a little tongue with a balloon. Amy then tries it, and the balloon pops. Jodi then dresses up as a guy, and she kisses Amy as practice. Sam, who is a friend to both and presumably the director, walks in, and tells her that's perfect, and they should practice another scene. Amy is really nervous and leaves.moreless
    • Episode 624
      Episode 624
      Episode 24
      "Ticket To Ride" written Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Kyle tells Jasmine that Madeline's parents will give her and her husband $25,000. Jasmine seizes the day, and convinces her boyfriend, Seth, to marry her. With a twisted way, Kyle and Jasmine uses both of their partners for the new product they think they will make millons for. "Tangled Beards" written Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Angie finally gives Jendy her story piece, and Talia is paranoid that Angie outted her. Jendy prints the story, and Brian tells Henry that they should come out. Both of them decides to come out also, and they leave Talia all alone. Talia doesn't want to come out because it's a straight world, and you could easily get crushed. Angie is disapointed, but Henry and Brian tells her that she doesn't need to worry because she has them. [This segment ends.]"Miranda Rules" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Stacey pushes this Miranda thing to far, and she becomes Miranda. Kyle and her, practices just incase this interview might go awry. Aurora goes over to Kyle's dorm room, and Stacey quickly hides the wig in her purse. Aurora is invited in, and Kyle explains that Stacey was getting the article for tomorrow's paper. Aurora then claims her prize, and Stacey outside puts back on the wig, and teases Dexter. Stacey then bumps into Beth, and Beth tells her that it's great that she is practicing. Beth leaves for a date, and Stacey then browses the article Kyle wrote, and rips it and decides to write a new article.moreless
    • Episode 623
      Episode 623
      Episode 23
      "Ticket To Ride" written by Lisa Branch, directed by George Mihalka Jasmine is inventing a new spray so your underwear doesn't go up your ass. Jasmine and Darryl starts to make out, and Darryl's girlfriend, Madeline, comes home. They are worried but, they trick her. She then reveals that she will get deported because her student visa expired. Madeline wants Darryl to marry her. "Tangled Beards" written Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Angie is really fed up on being in the closet, and she is now attached to Brian by the wrist. The same goes with Henry and Talia. Angie is surprised that Henry is okay with kissing Talia, but Brian reveals that Henry is just fantasizing about Brian. The guys pull the girls in the equipment room, and they start to make out. They wonder why the girls aren't making out, and finds out that they are fighting. Angie and Talia argue and Angie swings her hand out, accidentally hitting Henry. They then all have a talk and the three (except Angie) explain how they cannot come out. [This segmnet ends.]"Miranda Rules" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Column Miranda will be hit national news, if they could just interview her. Kyle and Stacey decides to practice the whole Miranda lie. Stacey arrives at his dorm room early interupting Aurora and Kyle. Aurora takes offense, but Kyle explains that it's just for the paper. While practicing, he tries to explain a kiss. He tries it on Stacey, but she gets really nervous. She then puts on the wig, and she "becomes" Miranda. She tries the kiss on him, and Dexter walks in on them. He is surprised about the new girl, and finds out it's Miranda. He leaves, and Stacey and Kyle then stop, and she leaves.moreless
    • Episode 622
      Episode 622
      Episode 22
      "Possession Of The Muse" written Lee Vaillancourt, directed by George Mihalka Kelli bosses Lana around, and Lana reveals that she actually did everything for him. Choose his clothes, food, cut his mean, etc... But Shane is having trouble with his music, and he hangs out with Nomi for inspiration. But it doesn't work, and he reveals that it was Kelli all along. He then goes back to her, where Lana is trying to help her by not being so controling. He tells her that it was her all along, and they go back to each other, where they end up in bed. He asks her if she wants to be on top again, but she tells him it's up to him. He then remembers the letter that the record company sent him after Nomi sent them a demo, and Kelli starts to boss him on how to open it. He decides that they could open it together. [This segment ends.]"Tangled Beards" written Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Angie is really uncomfortable acting straight in school, but it goes well, when the guys, and Talia goes into the equipment room. They proceed to make out (guy/guy, girl/girl, of course!) and Jendy walks in. They explain it when it was getting hot, they got bothered. Completely dressed, and while taking care of their fake baby, They take pictures of the couple. Talia has no problem kissing Henry, but Brian and Angie does. They don't want to kiss each other. Jendy shows up which forces Brian and Angie to kiss. They don't enjoy it, and Angie tells Taila about it. Angie then retreats to the locker room, where Jendy tells her it's alright. Jendy says that she is also lesbian, and she tells her that. But actually Jendy was just lying to get a new story on the school paper. That bitch. "Miranda Rules" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman It's awards time, and Kyle is ready to accept it, which gives a few eyebrows to the women. But then quiet Stacey, walks down the stairs nearby and accepts the award, which makes Kyle really upset. After the speech, Kyle talks to Beth about it, and talks shit about Stacey. He doesn't know that she is just standing right in back of him. Beth leaves the two alone, and Stacey just says that she was just trying to help.moreless
    • Episode 621
      Episode 621
      Episode 21
      "Miranda Rules" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jimmy Kaufman Kyle is a jocky hockey guy, and he one of the best players around. So when he returns to his dorm, he wants a break, and looks at his girlfriend for a quickie. Aurora, Kyle's girlfriend, tells him no, saying that she wants to take things slow, and have it in a romantic way, as in the school paper, by a writer named "Miranda" gives relationship tips to. He then leaves, and Editor of the school paper, Beth, pesters him about needing his sports article. Dexter, one of Kyle's friend, asks Beth, who is this Miranda girl, because it's pestering every guys life, who just want sex. Beth brushes off his warning, and she gives Kyle the keys to her office so that he could turn in the sports page later at night. Dexter than have a wicked idea, to find out who's this Miranda girl is. They break in, and they start to look around. But Beth, and he sidekick, Stacey, enters the room. Beth notices the Dexter hiding, and scolds him, and Kyle. Dexter is determined to find out who is Miranda, but Beth still brushes it off. Dexter leaves, and Beth reveals that Miranda is Kyle. You see Kyle has been breaking the rules, by giving tips to the girls. Miranda is such a big hit with the whole campus, and Beth tells Kyle that he won an award as Miranda but they want to give the award to Miranda in person... "Tangled Beards" written Lisa Branch, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jendy tells Angie and Talia that Henry and Brian is known for their shack of love. This bothers Angie, because she loves Talia and doesn't want to kiss someone else. As part of the project, The boys, Henry and Brian proposes to Angie and Talia. They head back to a basement of one of the boys, and they try to hit on the girls. Brian poorly hits on Angie. Angie then panics, and asks Talia to accompany her in the bathroom. Angie is not to happy to the act they have to play. Meanwhile outside, Henry tells Brian that he is just might be going over board and the girls return. Talia wants to kiss Henry, as keeping in character, but Henry doesn't want to, and tells her that he is allegric to her lipstick. Angie figures out that Brian and Henry are also too a gay couple, and she tells them that their gay, and starts to laugh. Henry tells her that it's not funny, and she reveals that Talia and her are also gay. So it's all settled. Ah. Perfect. "Possession Of The Muse" written Lee Vaillancourt, directed by George Mihalka Shane dumps Kelli, seeing that she can't trust him. But Nomi tells Kelli that her girlfriend has been a problem and the whole music thing with Shane is helping her ease. Kelli assume that Nomi is a lesbian, and rushes back to Shane, saying that she is comfortable with him working with Nomi. Kelli at their working place, rushes to Lana where she is confused, when she sees Nomi kissing a guy. Lana tells Kelli that Nomi is bi. She then rushes back to Shane. Shane is surprised when Nomi takes off her shirt, and kisses him. That's when Kelli comes in, and Nomi leaves. Uh oh trouble.moreless
    • Episode 620
      Episode 620
      Episode 20
      "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
    • Episode 619
      Episode 619
      Episode 19
      "Horse Hung Harry" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by Jack Hackel Hanging out in what is presumably Harry's basement, Kevin decides to help Harry and Dana, explaining to them to rehearse a scene featuring them being tool men. They then rehearse the scene saying that Harry has a big jack hammer, and Dana explains that she wants to use it even though she is afraid. This works, and Jillian doesn't know what the fuck they are talking or rehearsing about. Kevin pulls Jillian upstairs, and Harry shows his horse hung penis to Dana, where she is very surprised. She tells him that it is probably not possible to have it fit in her vagina, and he starts to tell her about the whole thing about being so big, and wants to probably break up with him. She stops him and decides they could do it within their outer layer, which either means, they will not be able to put inside, or they just eat/blow/finger/suck/jerk (or which ever term you want to use) each other. They then up exausted next to each other after satisfying each others needs. [This segment ends]"Possession Of The Muse" written by Lee Vaillancourt, directed by Michel Beriault Shane is Kelli's new struggling musician boyfriend (Kelli and Lana from Episode 605) and is having trouble writing songs. He then has a small concert which no one attends except for Kelli, Lana, and Lana's visiting cousin, Nomi, who is also interested in Music. Nomi gives him pointers, and it helps him. Shane is happy that Nomi just gave him a spark to help him start off, and Kelli gets somewhat jealous of her. "There's Always Room For Jealousy" written by Swith Bell, directed by George Mihalka Max apologizes to Becca and proceds to have sex with her. He wants to tell Kylie to back off, but Becca tells Libby what Max wants to do, but Libby tells her in order to not be a liar to Max, and in which if he finds out that Becca didn't sleep with Kylie, he would probably break up with her... unless if they really did sleep together.moreless
    • Episode 618
      Episode 618
      Episode 18
      "Horse Hung Harry" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by ?? Dana tells Jillian that Harry is huge, and Kevin overhears them. He tells Harry that Dana is willing to try it out, but it's not his package that is stopping him, it's is confidence. So they head back to Dana and Jillian where they are having some discussion on fruit and vegetables. Dana tells Harry that she knows how big he is, and Harry relieved. Harry tells Dana that he makes this raddish look like a pickle, and she gets really nervous and leaves. "Animal Love" written by Erin Ploss, directed by ?? Saddie, Murray's roommate puts down Brianne after seeing her, telling that Murray is a good guy, and that she should atleast give it a try, since he did the whole furvert thing for her. Murray is surprised to see Brianne wearing latex underwear after showing up at his apartment. She then gives him a pair of latex underwear saying it's only fair. They had back to her apartment, where she puts on the squirel tail and ears. He then goes back and reemerges with the panda costume, wearing the latex outside his suit. They then have sex, and Murray suggests to try regular squirel and panda sex. [This segment ends.]"There's Always Room For Jealousy" written by Swith Bell, directed by ?? Max gets upset when Becca "hits" on Clint. Libby then tells Becca to hit on girls and see if Max gets upset. She then hits on Kylie and Max gets upset and he tells her that whatever she is doing is stupid and leaves. Kylie then tells Libby to leave, and Becca is surprised when Kylie hits on her back, without knowing that this just to make Max jealous.moreless
    • Episode 617
      Episode 617
      Episode 17
      "There's Always Room For Jealousy" written by Swith Bell, directed by Michel Beriault Becca makes Max jealous, after flirting with Clint. He then makes her feel bad, when he starts to use the internet right after they have sex. "Horse Hung Harry" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by Jack Hackel Harry shows and discuss hung like a horse cock to Kevin, and Kevin comes up with the idea to wear three bathing suits in one, to cover up his manhood. Harry agrees, and Kevin tells him to pratice every stroke he knows, so it makes him comfortable, as well as if they could see the big bulge. While praticing his back stroke, the girls come, and he accidentally falls of the couch. After swimming, they decide to do a little improv, and well, Jillian tells Harry to be a drunk driver while, Dana is using her hands as Harrys' (If you seen Whose Line Is It Any Way?, then you'll know what I'm talking about.), and Jillian makes a remark how Harry can't find his keys. Harry is shocked, knowing that Dana has to put her hand down in his pocket. He tells her no at first, but Julienne doesn't call him a team player, so he lets Dana touches around his pocket. Dana is shocked on what she felt, and she quickly makes an excuse to leave. Jillian wonders about this, but brushes it off. "Animal Love" written by Erin Ploss, directed by George Mihalka Murray tries out this whole furvert thing, and he finds out that Brianne dresses up as a squirel, and likes to have sex in her costume. He feels weird about it, but does it anyway. After sex, he then tries to talk Brianne about having sex in/or as other stuff, loving the costumes. But she reveals that she is a squirel in here, and that's why she needs the suit on.moreless
    • Episode 616
      Episode 616
      Episode 16
      "Chloe Cam" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by George Mihalka Chloe is very depressed about what happened. She tells Chet sorry, VIA webcam. She is worried when her hits doesn't have any hits, and she finds out that Holly's boyfriend, Griffin (whose name is finally mentioned) made a site merging Chloe's sexy study site, and Chet's gambling site. Chet goes to Chloe, they make up, starts to have sex, and they presumably go out. [This segment ends]"Horse Hung Harry" written by Edmund O'Brien, directed by Michel Wachnluc Kevin is worried about his size, because he is very hung. His friend Harry, tries to help him, and signs both of them up for a improv act, who Dana, and Jillian is in charge of. While rehearsing, Dana, gets to close and he starts to freak out, because all the girls who he showed it too, they ran away. Harry then invites the two girls, to a pool party and his home. "Animal Love" written by Erin Ploss, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Murray finds out that Brianne has a plush fetish (or a furvert) She puts on a bunny suit, and she tries to make out with him, but he finds it weird, and leaves.moreless
    • Episode 615
      Episode 615
      Episode 15
      "Animal Love" written by Erin Ploss, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Dressed as a Panda, Murray, tries to hurry in the elevator to hide from neighbors. He is only to be caught by a hot new neighbor, Brianne, who seems interested in him calling him names like "Panda Boy." She invites him to come over her place, and a few minutes after, he arrives at her place. She treats Murray like a real Panda, and gives him Bamboo (or Bamboo Shoots, to be exact). He is then shocked to realized she has a animal fetish. He then is forced to leave, when he uses the word fix, and in her world with the stuff animals, they don't like the word fix. "Chloe Cam" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by George Mihalka Chloe gets even with Chet, when she decides to go with the sex site, and Chet stops her, saying still that he feels uncomfortable seeing that other guys could watch it. They make up, he confesses his love for her, and they start to make out on her desk, accidentally turning the webcam on. Her hits goes off the charts! He finds out that the webcam is on, and tells her she did that only to get the A, and leaves. "The Professional Break-Up Artist" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Julie and Ryan's relationship go awry, and she wants to know who was hired to break them up, and he tells her that his name is "Trash." She remembers about Dane's tattoo, and confronts him about it. She is really upset about it, and calls their friendship off. Dane then visits Julie at home, and gives her a book to tell her sorry. (The subplot of the story features that Dane is really smart, and the book was presumably someone they talked about) It presumably ends, as they end with each other. [This segment with Dane ends, continues with Julie and her brother Jake in episode 637.]moreless
    • Episode 614
      Episode 614
      Episode 14
      "Chloe Cam" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Michel Wachnluc Holly gives Chloe a massage while she is on her site. Thinking that it's some kind of sex site, it scores a lot of hits. Chet breaks it up and announces that he doesn't want to see this because, what if some guy sees it. Chloe is surprised to see that Chet shows some feelings for her. "The Professional Break-Up Artist" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by George Mihalka Ryan wants to call off with the whole break up with Julie, but Dane shows him the contract he signs. They leave and Julie finds the contract. When Dane comes over for tutoring, She tells him about her problem and shows him the contract. Shee then turns to him as a rebound, but he tells her no. "Bits and Pieces" written by Sean Carley, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Justin finally brings a guy home, Buck, and Alex gets jealous, and interrupts them constantly, making him leave. They decide to end their threesome relationship. Alex and Chris are still dating, and Justin makes up with Buck, in the apartment's jacuzzi. [This segment ends]moreless
    • Episode 613
      Episode 613
      Episode 13
      "Chloe Cam" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Michel Wachnluc Chloe wants to get the final A grade in her class, because the teacher only gives one A. The project this year is to make a website on somewhat, and whoever has the most hits gets the A, but Chloe is threatened when another student, Chet, makes a better site, and competes with her. "Bits and Pieces" written by Sean Carley, directed by George Mihalka Chris brings home a hot girl, and sees Justin and Alex talking about the threesome relationship. He then "forces" the girl to leave, saying he wasn't feeling well, and turns back to them. He knows it's wrong, but he just feels that it is just right. They then try it for the first time, and Justin and Alex talks a lot, making Chris even hornier because he has to wait. Justin starts massaging Alex, and Alex is all ready for Chris. Chris and her proceeds to have hot, great, LOUD, sex like before, and Justin decides to do laundry. He meets up with Alex's roommate Trish, and she calls them weird, and that their relationship could never work out. She then points out that while the two are having sex, and he's not. She leaves, and he returns to Chris and his apartment, where Alex presumably left, or is still in the bedroom, resting. Justin tells Chris that he wants SEX! Chris then reveals that he kept the black book that Justin threw out before. He tosses it back to him, and Justin is very happy. "The Professional Break-Up Artist" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Dane (a.k.a. "The Trash Man") tells Ryan what is phase three, which is, making Dane hitting the target himself, Julie. He tells Julie that he needs help in one of his courses, and she agrees to tutor him. In the midst of tutoring, their is some sexual tension, but none is expressed between the both of them. When Julie sees Dane's tattoo, she wants to take a look at it. She does, and that's when Ryan walks in. He gets jealous, but Julie calms him down, and it's not an issue now. She leaves, and Dane calls Ryan an idiot, because he had an open window, but didn't use it.moreless
    • Episode 612
      Episode 612
      Episode 12
      "Bits and Pieces" written by Sean Carley, directed by George Mihalka Alex skips the date with Chris, and heads for Chris' room for sex. Justin is surprised that she choose him, after having a list of guys, who he thought would be perfect for her. After sex, Alex tells Chris that it was the best intense orgasm she has, and Justin is sick of it. Before they could go for another round, Justin stops them. They figure out that just maybe, they could all go out, after Justin explains he fallen for Alex. Justin then comes up with a plan that they could share her, Justin has Alex in the day (all the talking), While Chris has Alex at night (all the sex). They retreat to the living room, thinking of that situation, but figues out it is just to weird, and they all decide that they can't do this. Justin kisses Alex goodbye, then Chris kisses Alex goodbye. Then Chris looks at Justin, and kissed him in confusion. With all of this happening, Alex decides to leave; The guys then talk about sharing Alex. "Annie and Frannie" written by Swith Bell, directed by Adam Weissman Annie dumps Jonah. Marissa and Cleo figues out that Annie is a lesbian, and they make a plan to bring Annie and Frannie together. The plan works, and this saga ends as Annie and Frannie make love under the sheets (PG-13 Style). [This segment ends]"The Professional Break-Up Artist" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Ryan takes Nug's advice, and hires a somewhat hit man but for breaking relationships up. This "trash" guy (who we find out in the next episode that his name is Dane) gives Ryan all of these things, and brings out his worst habits. She takes his habits as sharing each other's pain. They proceed to make out in what seems to be a janitor's closet, but he tells her that he is uneasy about past relationships, that they stop. She tells him that when every he's ready, she is up to it. She leaves, and the mysterious guy appears again, telling Ryan time for phase three.moreless
    • Episode 611
      Episode 611
      Episode 11
      "Bits and Pieces" written by Sean Carley, directed by George Mihalka Armed with a gong, Alex proceeds to hit on Justin, and they end up having sex. She then questions him about sleeping with girls, completly turning him off, and tells Alex to see straight guys, and asks Alex to leave. Alex leaves, but runs into Chris, where she hits on him, and he hits on her back. A date is set for tomorrow night. "The Professional Break-Up Artist" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Julie's boyfriend Ryan, wants to break up with her, but while in the process, kissing ends up leading up to sex, and Nug, Ryan's friend comes over, after they are done. Julie then leaves, and Nug reminds him that he was suppose to break up with her and not have sex with her. He tells Nug that he was going to do it right after, but Nug quickly stops him because if he did it right after sex, he will be the girls enemy #1. "Annie and Frannie" written by Swith Bell, directed by Adam Weissman Annie decides to have sex with Jonah after Frannie pressures her. After sex, Annie can't stand it, and calls Frannie. They wash Annie's sheets together, and Annie shows some affection to Frannie. They end up kissing, and that's when Marrisa walks in. Annie then turns the tables saying that Frannie was hitting her. Frannie gets upset, because A- It was either in the moment, or B- It was Annie's move. Frannie takes it as B, and leaves.moreless
    • Episode 610
      Episode 610
      Episode 10
      "She Got Game" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Adam Weissman Beth and Dominick is about to have sex, when her boyfriend Kurt, shows up for what seems to be the final game. Dominick hides, and Kurt goes to the gym, to find a good seat. Beth and Dominick proceeds to have sex, and she and he came, Making Dominick wonder, because she wasn't suppose to cum. He then reminds her about the game, that she completely forgets. She runs to the game, and they win. After the game, Kurt sees her, and she is feels uneasy about it. He tells her that he knows that she has been seeing someone else, and they break up. Dominick then sees her in the locker room, (presumably the next day) where they hook up, and of course, have sex in the locker room. [This saga ends.]"Annie and Frannie" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Frannie finds little ways to tease Annie in front of her friends, and Annie quickly reacts and is scared. When he boyfriend comes to see her, she quickly goes in her room, pretending that they are having sex, but aren't really. She works him up really well, and she doesn't like it. She just wanted to fool Franie. He tries to have sex with her, but she bolts out of there, hiding in back of Marissa, who all her friends was nearby. He calls her a tease, and walks away. "Bits and Pieces" written by Sean Carley, directed by George Mihalka Alex and Justin's relation goes awry, when he finds out that Alex is a girl. She convinces him that it was spirital. So instead of her girly clothes, she tells him to take off his clothes, where she puts it back on, and tries her "experiment." It works! It turns him on, and they proceed to make out, only to be caught by Chris. She tells Chris that she is his girlfriend. He explains that you know, "Hey girlfriend" and snaps. But she then emerges from the shadow, and Justin returns to his room.moreless
    • Episode 609
      Episode 609
      Episode 9
      "She Got Game" written by Russ Cochrane, directed by Adam Weissman It looks like Dominick is stuck on Beth, and before a game, they have sex, and they get to the point, where both of them don't cum. But Beth is all charged up, and hits the court, where she is compared to Michelle. In the end, Dominick sees Beth, asking if they are going to finish what they started meaning, he wants to cum. "Annie and Frannie" written by Swith Bell, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Annie has it going great with her current boyfriend, Jonah, but he wants more, and Annie doesn't want to give him anymore... yet. Annie's childhood friend, Frannie returns in what Annie thinks is a vist. Also, It's revealed that Annie and Frannie used to experiment when they were younger. Annie backs off, and tells her Frannie that she doesn't do that stuff anymore (meaning she is not a lesbian). Frannie then leaves, making Annie surprise when she tells her that she transfered there. "Bits and Pieces" written by Sean Carley, directed by George Mihalka Chris reveals to Justin that he seen the "guy" in the laundromat. Justin is sort of doing a mediation, and tries to avoid sex. But in the end, he ends up going their because a peek wouldn't hurt. He meets this "guy" and they start to have things in common. This "guy" name is Alex, and a buzzer rings. Alex needs to take out his muffins from the oven. Alex leaves and takes out the muffins. Alex reveals to Trish, Alex's roommate that the cute guy, Justin might be interested. Alex changes, and only to reveal that she is a girl! She goes back to the building's laundromat, and she notices that Justin has an erection. They start to kiss, and Justin proclaims that he cannot have sex, because of his whole mediation thing (and other stuff, like Chi but it's called something else.)moreless
    • Episode 608
      Episode 608
      Episode 8
      "She Got Game" written Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Beth has sex with Dominick right before the basketball game, and loves it, twice. While on court, she sucks because she is worn out. Thinking that Dominick might be attached, she lets him go because she has to be faithful to Kurt, her boyfriend, but he doesn't care. It was just sex. Beth confronts Michelle's ritual, and asks her how can she do it with all the energy after sex. Beth figures it out... Michelle doesn't climax. With all the build up inside her, it makes her hyped. Ah... So that's the secret. "Gay Oven Jane" written by Laura Doyle, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jane is still paranoid, and she still talks to Stephen and he finds this ritual from a book. He performs it, and to it "works." But Jane is skeptical about it, and still thinks that Matt is gay. She goes to the bathroom, where she sees Stephen, and he explains that the ritual was fake, and that maybe she dates gay guys because she doesn't want to feel the heart break, and all the other bad stuff that heppends to normal girls who date straight guys. It then ends with Matt and Jane making out in the bathroom. [This segment ends]"Not So-Quick Fix", written by Lara McKinnon, directed by George Mihalka Mario finally clues in that Kelli likes him, and they have sex. Kelli then says that she really likes him and that he is very handy. He takes this as an insult because they are only using him to fix the sauna and other stuff (before when he was with Lana.) Kelli then shows how much she loves him, and breaks the sauna, that he fixed in front of him. He calls her crazy, and leaves. Armed with beer bottles, Lana and Kelli discuss how to fix it before their boss comes back, and tell each other that they need to learn how to fix stuff, so they could date freely. [This segment with Mario ends, continues with Kelli's boyfriend in episode 619.]moreless
    • Episode 607
      Episode 607
      Episode 7
      "She Got Game" written Russ Cochrane, directed by Michel Wachnluc Beth is jealous when Michelle competes with her (on the same team) on a basketball team. Beth's friend, Jeannie, finds out what is Michelle's energy boost, and it's sex. Jeannie, pressures her to have sex in order to be #1, and she decides to have sex with the school's mascot, Dominick. "Gay Oven Jane" written by Laura Doyle, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jane is still not convinced that Matt is not gay, and her 2 ex-boyfriends, as well as Stephen, do a little intervention. She fakes it, thinking that Matt is not gay. While making out with Matt, she blurts out stuff like, "every guy I sleep turns out gay." "Not So-Quick Fix" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by George Mihalka Lana teaches Kelli to be sexy (very funny, when Kelli tries to hard) to impress Mario, but he is still stuck on Lana. Even though Lana doesn't want him, but he doesn't know that.moreless
    • Episode 606
      Episode 606
      Episode 6
      "Loose Lips" written by Laura Doyle, directed by Michel Wachnluc Rick is very uneasy about Annette, while talking about her, he feels bad, and only wants his friend's approval, Paul, because he keeps on pressuring him. Marty over hears them, again, and knows the truth! Rick really does like Annette :) Kate and Tania makes a apology card, and gives it to Annette for Rick. While at her locker, Paul, being the jerk that he is, reads, and rips Annette's card. He tells Annette that Rick doesn't like her, Rick shows up and he starts to defend himself. Shortly Kate and Tania shows, up and helps Rick, to bash (not literally) Paul. In the end Rick goes to Annette's home, delvering a pizza, with their intials, R + A (and heart) in pepperoni. {This segment with Rick and Annette ends, continues with Annette's friend, Sandra in episode 629.]Gay Oven Jane written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jane tells Stephen about her horrible dream, where all guys say "fare thee well" to her, and announces that they are gay. Jane sets up a date with Matt, and Stephen helps Jane, by testing Matt, with all these touches, while playing basketball. Matt takes notice, and they ask him straight up if he is gay. He says no, and wants to date Jane. He starts to leave, but before he leave, he says "fare thee well"... "Not So-Quick Fix" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by George Mihalka Lana doesn't like Mario, although he likes her very well. Lana is sick of him, and Kelli takes an interest.moreless
    • Episode 605
      Episode 605
      Episode 5
      "Loose Lips" written by Laura Doyle, directed by George Mihalka Annette is very upset about Rick, and Kate, and Tania decides to make Annette feel better. So they come up with a plan, to tie down Rick naked in the girls locker room, writing "Spank Me!" on this back, with an arrow leading down to his butt. The plan work, and Rick gets what he deserves. While at Annette's home, it is revealed that Tania is not a virgin, and had sex with the sleezy Paul, Rick's friend. "Gay Oven Jane" written by Lara McKinnon, directed by Jean-Claude Lord Jane's boyfriend, Ben has come out to Jane, saying he could be friends, but nothing more. She is devistated, and decides to wash it off. She heads to the showers, and sees her ex-boyfriend Randy. She is desperate for sex, and hits on him. That's when her other ex-boyfriend Gerald steps out. They tell her they are now a couple, and she is more devistated, Thinking whoever she goes out with is gay. Her gay friend, Stephen helps her by getting her a guy named Matt. With his "dar" he is pretty sure, he is not gay... or is he? "Not So-Quick Fix" written by Lara McKinnon, directed Michel Wachnluc Kelli and Lana works at a spa center, and Kelli accidentally breaks the sauna. She asks Mario if he could look at it. Lana gets upset, because she is going out with Mario, wants to break up with him. She wants to have a fling with a customer name Phil, but hates the idea that Mario is still around.moreless
    • Episode 604
      Episode 604
      Episode 4
      "Loose Lips", Written by Edmund O'Brien & Sean Carley, Directed by George Mihalka Kate, and Tania ignores Annette, after trying to make peace. She says they are still her best friends, but Tania is very stuborn about it, but Kate misses Annette. She visits Annette and her home, and Annette thinks that she will go all the way with Rick tonight. Meanwhile, Rick has been telling his friends that Annette is just shining his shoe. Rick arrives at Annette's home, and while she tries to build a relationship, he strips naked, and heads under he blankets. She is shocked when she returns, and she tells him that maybe it's time just to talk. With the ratio of sex and talking, they try to equal it, but Rick it ultimately bored. He leaves, and Rick's friend, Paul stops by. Annette is surprised when he kisses her, thinking that Annette is an easy girl. She just says she wanted to talk about Rick, and he reveals that Rick was saying that she was just shoe shining him. "Boy With The Hood", Written by Lee Vaillancourt, Directed by Jim Donovan So Bret didn't circumcise himself, but he tricks Annie to see if she really loves him, by saying that he did circumcise himself. Pete tells the girls, and Annie visits. She is excited, and yet sorrow-strickened that he is hurting. But he really isn't hurting, and says he is ready for sex. They almost get down and dirty, but she sees a mole on his back. Which turns her off. He tells her, whatever he does for her will never be good. She then finds Marrisa's bra, and they decide to end their relationship-fling thing. Still friends, they decide to talk, and She then explains that it's her, not the guys, and he shouldn't feel bad. She goes back to her frineds, and tosses back Marrisa's bra, telling her that he is a free man! Marrisa then goes back to Bret, where they start to make out, and presumably they hook up. [This segment with Bret ends, continues with Annie on episode 609.]"The Big Jerk", Written by Laura Doyle, Directed by Jean-Claude Lord Chris tells Justin, that he should sell his sperm, because of hurting his right hand (yes, due to masturbating); Justin is hesitant and first, but Chris convinces him into doing it because of the porn that they gave, and that the guys are really BIG! (lol) After he is done, Chris gives the sperm to the bank, and it reveals that Justin's sperm is stronger than Chris's sperm, and he has more money now. He gives some to Justin (actually one bill, possibly a $100.00) and that's when Sandy walks in. Justin leaves, and she explains that she is in love with him, and not his money. She returns all her clothes, and gives Chris the paper for credit. She then tells Chris to take out his credit card, where she starts to cut it, saying that she really loves him. [This segment with Chris and Sandy ends, continues with Justin and Chris in episode 609.]moreless
    • Episode 603
      Episode 603
      Episode 3
      "Loose Lips", Written by Edmund O'Brien & Sean Carley, Directed by George Mihalka Rick tells his friend, Paul, that Annette gave him a blow job. Marty over hears them, and tells Tania and Kate that Rick is saying she's easy (a.k.a. a slut). While delivering pizza, Rick stops by Annette's house where, he starts to get a blow job, under the covers, and that's when Tania and Kate walk in (without knocking). They asked her where is Annette. Wiping her lips, she emerges from under the blanket. Rick chuckles, and leaves, because of "his delivery" (and that he felt shame about this whole thing). Kate and Tania tells Annette, that she heard somethings said about her, and Annette doesn't care because she is tired of being the good girl. She then tells Tanya that it's the same thing of using Marty for doing her homework (earlier Marty gave Tanya a paper, that he wrote for her to turn in), how she uses the sexual force on thinking that she just might give him a once in the life time thing, that makes Marty do all this stuff. "Boy With The Hood", Written by Lee Vaillancourt, Directed by Jim Donovan Brett decides to go on with the circumcision, but Marrisa, being pre-med, asks if she could see his uncircumcisized cock. He shows it to her, and she calls it beautiful! She then asks if she could touch it, and he lets her touch it (was this touching or jerking? lol.) They end up having sex saying it's just experimental and that it's just a goodbye gift seeing that he will become circumcisized. "The Big Jerk", Written by Laura Doyle, Directed by Jean-Claude Lord Sandy comes in with new clothes again, and she finds out about the whole sperm bank, "I don't have money thing" and blames Chris that it's his fault for buying her stuff, saying that he could of said no, or stop. She takes off the new clothes that Chris "bought" for her, and leaves, in her own bought underwear.moreless
    • Episode 602
      Episode 602
      Episode 2
      "Loose Lips", Written by Edmund O'Brien & Sean Carley, Directed by George Mihalka Annette and her friends are in the lockerroom talking about Rick. Tanya notices that Annette is wearing make-up and she says make-up's only purpose is to make guys want to have sex with you. The friends leave and Annette alters her outfir so she looks more slutty. She meets Rick and tells him to come to her place tonight. Meanwhile, Tanya gets her homework from this guy named Marty; you see, she has Marty doing her homework and she tells him she will have sex with him in return. Anyway- the night comes and the three girls are talking at Annette's. Tanya reminds her not to have sex with Rick because they all made a pact they'd stay virgins together. Rick comes and the girls leave. Rick and Annette start making out, but Annette stops him saying she is still a virgin. Rick gets upset, but Annette wants him to be happy. She says, "Oh, but we can still taste the fruit because that wouldn't be like having sex." Rick likes this idea and she proceeds in giving him oral sex. ----------------------------- "Boy With The Hood", Written by Lee Vaillancourt, Directed by Jim Donovan Marissa and Cleo tell Annie that having a forskin is no big deal. They explain to her that it goes away when the guy is hard. Annie says she never knew that and decides to give Brett another chance. They get naked, but he isn't hard all the way yet. Annie is disappointed, but Brett isn't finished yet. He decides they go into a shower. When they go, he gets hard and all, but Annie keeps asking, "Is it gone?" which totally ruins the mood for Brett. Later on, Brett talks with this hippy-like guy named Pete. Pete suggests he gets circumcised and Brett thinks it is a good idea. He finds Annie and tells her he wants to get circumcised, just for her. Annie thinks it is very sweet and tells him he doesn't have to, but he is all for it. ------------------------------ "The Big Jerk", Written by Laura Doyle, Directed by Jean-Claude Lord Chris gets his starter kit for the sperm donoring. Justin looks through the package and notices there is gay porns in it. Obviously, Chris has been given the wrong starter kit. But anyway, Chris begins his work right away. After his first "session" Justin shows him a rule that Chris must've not seen. It says that you aren't allowed to have sex while you are selling sperm because it makes the sperm count go down. After saying this, Sandra walks in with a new pair of lingerie. And she wants sex now! But Chris knows he can't so he keeps making up a bunch of things so he doesn't have to have sex. Sandra thinks something is wrong with him, but he just has her go.moreless
    • Episode 601
      Episode 601
      Episode 1
      "Loose Lips", Written by Edmund O'Brien & Sean Carley, Directed by George Mihalka Annette is shocked to find that she grabbed the her brother's shirt instead of her gym uniform. The shirt is so small, so when she goes to put it on, her chest really sticks out. Her two best friends, Tanya and Kate, say that people were looking differently at her during gym class because they think she is a slut. Annette likes the attention, but wants to respect her friends' opinions. As she leaves class, she meets this guy she really likes named Rick. Rick basically only noticed her today after all that has happened. He asks her on a date. She accepts, but her friends tell her it's not such a great idea. Meanwhile, Rick talks with his friend Paul that he is going to get laid tonight. Paul asks with who and Rick tells him it is Annette. Paul laughs and says she'll never do anything with him since she is a geek. ------------------------------- "Boy With The Hood", Written by Lee Vaillancourt, Directed by Jim Donovan Brett seems like the perfect guy for Annie. Actually, that might be because of the fact that Annie's two friends Cleo and Marissa are telling Brett everything that turns Annie on and off. Basically, they consider themselves Annie's "fairy-godsisters" who have a mission to get her set-up with the right guy. You see, Annie is really picky when it comes to men and the girls just really want her to be in a stable relationship. Anyway- Brett goes to the bathroom where the girls check him for moles or anything to that nature. Brett is all ready. He has the perfect dinner and music. The date goes great. Annie wants to have sex with him and as he takes down his pants waiting for her to give him oral sex, she freaks because he is uncircumcised. She leaves him alone until Cleo and Marissa enter. They ask what happened and he tells them his problem. The girls get mad at Annie for freaking like that and are determined to fix this problem. --------------------------------- "The Big Jerk", Written by Laura Doyle, Directed by Jean-Claude Lord Chris is with this girl named Sandy in the hottub. They are talking about things she wants to buy, or something like that, when his roommate Justin comes in. Chris leaves the hottub to go to his place while Sandy goes shopping with Chris's credit card. When Justin and Chris get back upstairs, they look at the mail. They get their credit card bills and find out that Chris owes $7000 basically because he spent it all on Sandy. He flips out realizing that he is pretty much just a sugar daddy to Sandy. Sandy comes back with lots of shopping bags and Chris is mentally freaking out. Sandy leaves and Chris asks, "How am I going to pay off all this debt?" Justin says he can try one of the get-rich schemes that you always see in the newspaper. The guys rush to check the paper for ideas, and Chris winds up deciding to be a sperm donor since he will make $100 per session. Justin thinks it's gross and a bad idea, but Chris is desperate.moreless
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