Steven S. DeKnight — Writer

Episodes 45

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Strip Poker

1x5
July 30, 1999

""Strip Poker"" (Kyle/Tina, Doc, Z, Jared, Liz) written by Tom Crehan

Kyle house sits (or apartment sits, rather) for his sister, Katie, while she is away. Kyle tells the guys how he feels about Tina, a girl who he really likes, and they tease him about it. The answering machine goes off, revealing that she is out for the weekend. The guys start to plan about losing their viriginity over the weekend, expect Kyle, who plans on spending the weekend with Tina.

""Mark-Kiki-Avellian"" (Gina/Mark, Kiki) written by Jennifer Johnson.

Kiki gets jealous when Gina has a boyfriend, Mark. While having dinner in their dorm room, Kiki invites herself to be with them (or to make trouble rather). They fight over Mark, and Kiki kisses Mark, making Gina getting up and leave. He runs after her, and moments later, Gina returns alone, and confronts Kiki. Gina is disgust with Kiki, and Kiki reveals that she is moving to a single, that she applied to. Mark then returns to Gina, as the kiss and make up.

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The Odd Couple

1x6
August 2, 1999

""Strip Poker"" (Kyle/Tina, Doc, Z, Jared, Liz) written by Tom Crehan

The three guys, Z, Doc, and Jared, plan their night for losing their virignity for themselves, over a game for strip pokoer. Kyle tells Tina's sister, Liz to tell Tina do not come over tomorrow but Liz does the opposite. The three guys then call 4 girls (including one for Kyle) to have fun tomorrow night.

""Love It Or Leave It"" (Annette/Todd) written by Steven S. DeKnight.

Todd is having second thought, but Annette taunts him with a picture of Justin. He does the same with a picture of Sophia. They finally proceed to do it, and Ross, the owner of the apartment finally comes back. They blame it on him that each other's partner cheated on each other. He brushes off, and they explain their whole situation about sleeping together to balance it out. He tells them if they want to, use his place if they want to.

""The Odd Couple"" (Cliff/Evan) written by Graham Flashner.

Cliff brings home two girls, Nikki, and Jeri for hi

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Episode 107

1x7
August 3, 1999

""Strip Poker"" (Kyle/Tina, Doc, Z, Jared, Liz) written by Tom Crehan

It's strip poker night, and the guys are hyped except for Kyle who find this wrong, and is still in love with Tina. They guys decide to play strip poker, before the girls come, so they could ""warm them up"", and upon seeing them naked, they would want to play too. So they are all in their underwear, when the doorbell rings. Kyle answers, and it's Tina! no! She asks why is he in her boxers, and that's when the four party girls arrive. They ask about the party. Kyle tells them, their is no party and Tina leaves mad. He goes back, put his clothes on where the guys ask him about the girls. He explains that they are going to a party, and the guys are mad that Kyle didn't try to stop them. He then goes off, trying to chase after Tina.

[This segment ends, but it spinoffs with the actual Kyle and Tina plot now in the next episode.]

""Love It Or Leave It"" (Annette/Todd) written by Steven S. DeKnight.

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August 9, 1999

""Seeing Eye Dog"" (Ross/Jenny) written by Dina Marie Chapman

It is reveal how Ross got blind, he explains how you know you are not suppose to look into the solar eclipse without those boxes, well he did, and it made him blind. No he is just joking, Bee sting, it was an allegric reaction. They start to get really close, and she reveals to Ross that she is moving back to Ohio, because L.A. didn't treat her very well, and she wanted to spend her last night with him. Both, After climaxing, she says that she might want to stay because of him, making him feel weird all over again.

""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight

Emma is Gina's new roommate is a sex therapist, and her boyfriend doesn't want to make out, but doesn't want to. Emma think he is gay and asks Evan to check him out. Evan comes to a conclusion that he is not gay. Emma decides to make Brian go get pizza, while she makes these sock puppets. He comes back, only to find Emma talking about the pu

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August 10, 1999

""Seeing Eye Dog"" (Ross/Jenny) written by Dina Marie Chapman

Their so called relationship goes to a bust, when Jenny reveals that she is working at a club, where Ross likes to go. He explains he doesn't want a relationship but wants to remain as friends. It ends as he presumably lets her stay their until she could find her own place.

""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight

Emma pushes, and they start to talk through the puppet, and she finds out more stuff about Brian and vice versa with Brian. He then isn't quite ready for sex yet, and still uses the puppet while they make out. She wants him to take it off, but he calls her a control freak.

""Not Enough RAM"" (Jake, Sarah) written by Graham Flashner & Neil Landau

Steve helps move stuff for storage, and Sarah does an experiment, while she sees Jake over hearing them. She hits on him, and he hits on her back, making Jake very angry. Steve leaves, and Jake tells her what the hell was that about, and she te

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The Ex-Files

1x13
August 11, 1999

""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight

Brian says sorry to Emma, and buys her a webcam. He surprises her by setting it up. He is ready to have sex, and Emma notices the puppet, Or Mr. Fuzzy, that's what Brian named him, and Emma says that he already broke and doesn't need the puppet. They get past Mr. Fuzzy, and he really wants to have sex, but Emma is scared. Brian then helps Emma through the puppet (she made two actually, one her and one her Brian, when he was affraid.) Brian helps Emma break through, and they proceeds to have sex. This episode ends, as the webcam shoots them having sex and sending it to everyone on the internet who is on Emma's sex therapy site.

""Not Enough RAM"" (Jake/Sarah) written by Graham Flashner & Neil Landau

Sarah is all hyped, and calls Jake chicken. Jake then all hyped, and Sarah freaks. It is revealed that Sarah is not ready, and Jake talks to her, about he is ready. She is scared, but it ends all well, when they decide

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August 12, 1999

""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight

When Emma tries to access her site, it is down because it crashed. A friend, Tiffany, stopes by for help and Emma helps her. Mark stops by next, looking for Gina, and sees Brian talking to his dad. Brian helps Mark open up with Emma's sock puppet, and she catches them. She gets mad, and that's when Gina reveals that their is a post of Brian and Emma having sex, and that's the reason why her site crashed, because it had too many hits.

""If Words Could Kill"" (Liz, Tina, Stacey, Melissa, Debbie, and Jeanine) written by Jennifer Johnson, Graham Flashner & Neil Landau

There is a leak in their group, and they want to find out who it is, so they play truth or dare. Tina spies on them the whole time, and Melissa dares Liz to french kiss Debbie. They do it and Tina is shocked. Tina makes a ruckus, and leaves. Liz dares Melissa but Jeanine then stops by because Tina forgot her shirt on the field, and leaves. The Fearsu

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August 13, 1999

""They Call It Puppet Love"" (Emma/Brian) written by Steven S. DeKnight

While in the bathroom, Emma tells Kiki, who saw their performance online, that she left the camera unpurpose. Back in Emma's dorm room, Brian constantly ask for Mr. Fuzzy, but Emma won't give it to him. Tiffany then knocks and asks for Emma's help, because she is the girl whose boyfriend has a food fetish, while having sex. She then tends to Tiffany's help, leaving Brian alone, making him messing up Emma's room. She returns, and is shocked. He constantly asks for it, and she gets fed up and gives it to him. He then calls her a liar, because she had all these excuses for Mr. Fuzzy.

""If Words Could Kill"" (Liz/Z, Tina/Kyle, Jared and a lot more) written by Jennifer Johnson, Graham Flashner & Neil Landau

The Fearsum Foursum steals Jeanine (Tina friends' diary) and they reveal secrets about each other within the group. It appears that Tina tells Jeanine about the group, and declare her the trader. Tina is auditioni

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The Ex-Files #2

1x16
August 16, 1999

""If Words Could Kill"" written by Jennifer Johnson, Graham Flashner & Neil Landau

It's revealed in Jeanine's diary that Melissa is the trader, and the decrown her. They then appoint Stacey, and she decides to punish everyone in the group (including herself) on what each other them did wrong.

""The Ex-Files"" written by Dina Marie Chapman & Steven S. DeKnight

Sally and Dani orders dinner, and Sally asks ex #3 to come, but he doesn't. She has to settle with the delivery guy, and she asks him if he has a girlfriend. He thinks this a a come on, and Sally starts to talk to him about his relationship. He thinks he is going to have sex, but he was originally delivering food. He then thanks them for dinner, the food that he delivered, and leaves.

""They Called It Puppet Love"" written by Steven S. DeKnight.

Emma is depressed, when everyone seem to hate her. Brian cheers her up with Mr. Fuzzy. Brian also reveals that her site has 400-something messages, that she didn't check (because she was

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Twice a Virgin

1x17
August 17, 1999

""If Words Could Kill"" written by Jennifer Johnson, Graham Flashner, & Neil Landau

The Fearsum Foursum lives out their rule, and they all do their punishments. They try to get Jonas, a hot jock, to be their date for an upcoming dance. They invite Jonah to the garage and they play truth or dare. Things go out of hand, and Debbie ends up with Jonas.

[This segment ends, continues with Tina/Kyle, now deeper in a relationship.]

""The Ex-Files"" written by Dina Marie Chapman & Steven S. DeKnight

Stan comes home early only to find Sally talking to a plumber dude, who was her ex-boyfriend in the second grade. Sally panics and tells him about the 8th month superstition. Then Stan reveals what he was going to tell her from the start. He had a job interview in L.A. (where she lives) and he got the job. Now they can live happily together.

[This segment ends]

""Twice a Virgin"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Neil Landau

Dean likes Claire, and Emma tries to help him out. But in the process, Kiki

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August 23, 1999

""I Know What You Did Last Hummer"" written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau

Tina finally shows Kyle her surprise, and he is shocked when she learned it from Jared, his best friend. Jared walks in and Kyle tackles him. Liz then walks in, and Tina confronts Liz, about the whole lolli-lick thing. Liz tells Tina that she was just lying, and mad because she broke up with Vincent. Kyle then confronts Jared, only to find out that Tina was ""practicing"" with carrots. Kyle then forgives Jared, and they both leave. Tina teases Liz that she is now a pro on what she does.

[This segment ends, spinoffs with Z, from episode 5, and Liz's brother.]

""Twice A Virgin"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Neil Landau

Dean writes a poem for Claire, saying how sorry he is, and she trusts him now. Claire and Dean do a ritual to make then virgins again, because Dean wants to have sex. This segment ends as they end up kissing in the corner, and Emma telling a girl, that she helped put them together.

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Z Date

1x22
August 24, 1999

""Z Date"" written by Jennifer Johnson, & Neil Landau

Liz's punishment is here, and she asks Z to the dance. She starts to fall for Z, but Tina tells Z the truth about the whole punishment. He tells Liz of them that he knew, and just wanted to get laid, because she is ranked #1 slut on the football teams list, which everyone seems to know about. Liz cools down, and finds out that Z is really cool, and they exchange underwear, mainly Liz needs some proof, and well, Z is just horny.

""The Porn That Went Bump In The Night"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Steven S. DeKnight

The intevention is on, and three friends of Andy and Joel, confronts Joel on his straight porn fetish. Andy gets upset, andleaves. He then returns and it is revealed that Joel was getting off to the guys, not the girls. Their friends leave and while looking at the porn, Andy notices that one of the guys, have a tattoo on his buns, and Andy figures it out. Joel was getting off to his ex-boyfriend.

""Plus One"" written by

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Asian Sensation

1x23
August 25, 1999

The Porn That Went Bump In The Night"" written by Rick Bitzelberger & Steven S. DeKnight

Andy is sick of Joel and that he is still clinging on to his ex-boyfriend. Joel then calls Tommy, Joel's ex, to pick up his things, like letters, tapes, magazines, showing that he really loves Andy and is getting rid of them for good. Andy wants to pick a fight with Tommy because Joel was very down when he broke up with him, and Tommy reveals that he knew that Joel needed better, and that's why he dumped him. Joel and Andy make up, and they proceed to make out. The phone rings, and the machine picks it up. It's Andy's brother, and he tells him that he is stopping by to visit, and he better show his girlfriend that he's been talking about to his parents.

[This segment ends, continues with Andy's brother Brick, next episode.]

""Asian Sensation"" (and ""Z Date"") written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau

Liz is falling for Z, and she makes out with him, until he has to go. Tina catchs them also befor

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Plus One

1x25
August 25, 1999

""Asian Sensation"" (And ""Z Date"") written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau

Liz comes out to Yumi, and explains that she is ranked #1 slut of the whole school. Liz wants love for a change. Yumi then explains that Liz has a perfect guy right in her and she isn't doing anything about it. Liz sticks up for Z, and herself, when Stacey catches Z over there again. Liz breaks out of the Fearsum Foursum group, and Liz proceeds to go out with Z, and becomes Yumi's maid of honor.

[This segment ends. Ending it's 22 episode character connection.]

""He Ain't Gay, He's My Brother"" written by Rick Bitzelber, Steven S. DeKnight & Graham Flashner

Joel talks to Ned and Brick, and Ned makes all these remarks that they could be gay, but Joel doesn't get the remarks. Andy comes home, and Joel encourages him to come out. While Ned is out, Andy talks with Brick, and tries to come out. Brick doesn't want to listen, and presumably what is felt is that. it is wrong, but they say it in other words. Andy ret

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August 26, 1999

""Asian Sensation"" (And ""Z Date"") written by Jennifer Johnson & Neil Landau

Yumi asks Liz to be her maid of honor, but Liz tells her now. Yumi then explains that Liz's friend is stopping her, and who is the puppet here. Stacey leaves, and Yumi and Jack reemerges and Z comes in with a black eye. Z explains that he heard some guys talking trash about Liz, and he defended her honor. Yumi and Jack leaves seeing that Liz and Z need time alone. Z surprises Liz with champane and that's when Stacey walks in. Liz quickly throws her drink on Z. Z asks her about the moments they shared together, and Liz calls in nothing (infront of Stacey). Z then leaves, and Stacey tells her well done. Liz then feels bad on what she done, and looks like she is going to cry.

""He Ain't Gay, He's My Brother"" written by Rick Bitzelber & Steven S. DeKnight

Andy's brother, Brick will be in town, and Brick's friend Ned, tag a long, because they are both in the navy and decides to visit. Andy panics, and he put

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Bi-Gones

1x26
August 30, 1999

""He Ain't Gay, He's My Brother"" written by Rick Bitzelberger, Tom Crehan, Steven S. DeKnight & Graham Flashner

Joel finds out that Ned is lying about having a girlfriend, and they both figure out that each other is gay. They then come up with a fun plan to play with the brothers' mind so that they could come out to each other. When the brothers come back, They find Ned and Joel talking about tattoos, because Joel is a tattoo artist. Ned is thinking of getting a heart on his ass, and shows the brother his ass. Brick questions about the heart, and Joel interrupts him saying that Andy has a tattoo on his ass. He also reveals that's how they met. Brick questions about his tattoo, and brushes it off. Ned fakes on going forward with the tattoo, and Joel offers them a deal, a 2 for 1. But the thing is that Joel doesn't have enough red dye, so Ned accompanies him to get it from his car, but they actually are listening to the brothers and how they act. They then return, and Brick talks

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Four In The Van

1x27
August 31, 1999

""Four In The Van"" written by Jeff Goode

While waiting for Jana, Rory gets surprised when Amy steps in his van, and asks how Jana kisses. Rory doesn't want to share it when Amy, and she kisses him, asking how she is. They then talk personal, and They share a secret about each other. Jana steps in, and Amy teases her about something. Rory then teases her (in a good way) that he is going to tell her boyfriend about something. Amy panics, and stops with the teasing. They proceed to go to the movies.

""Bi-Gones"" written by Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight

Joan is furious when she finds out that her lover, Samantha slept with Jonathan. She rushes over there, and confronts him. She then surprises Kirk that they went out over a year, and had sex. He tells them that this changes everything.

""The Wrapper And The Rapper"" written by Dina Marie Chapman, Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight

Lea's niece, Rhiannon is coming over to look over the college scene. But is shocked when Lea brought also ho

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September 1, 1999

""Four In The Van"" written by Jeff Goode

Rory gives a lot of thoughtful presents to Jana, but ends up getting ruined, when it doesn't go his way. He is very upset, and Jana tells him that she really likes them. Jana then hurries into the house, getting a few supplies, and they head over to a make out point.

""The Wrapper And The Rapper"" written by Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight

Lea preaches to Rhiannon about pregnancy, when she finds Ricky and her making out, because on what happen to her on the previous night about the condom breaking.

""Bi-Gones"" written by Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight

The guy from INS calls and Kirk answers the phone. He tells the guy that Samantha and Jonathan is on there honey moon, but aren't actually. Kirk and Joan test Jonathan and Samantha bout each other, and they also come up with the plan to move Samantha's things in Jonathan's place, making it look like a real marriage.

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September 3, 1999

""Bi-Gones"" written by Tom Crehan & Steven S. DeKnight

Before the INS man come over, Joan tells everyone that she had a job interview in San Diego. Samantha is shocked, and the INS comes over. They all lie about everything, and pass. Joan is about to leave, because it feels that Samantha didn't do anything for Joan, and look at all the stuff she did for Samantha. Samantha tells her that she loves her and don't go. Everyone ends up happy.

""The Wrapper And The Rapper"" written by Dina Marie Chapman

Rhiannon dumps Ricky, after they go to a club and he hits on this girl. Rhiannon brings home Ollie (from the first episode, Great Continuity!) and well, Lea and Michael are surprised. Lea and Michael trouble is resolved, previously, they thought that she was pregant because the condom broke, and what seems like she was late, but isn't. But all the baby books that they was going through, they decide to keep it for future references, when Lea is really pregnant.

""Four In The Van"" written b

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Episode 205

2x5
February 18, 2000

Burke/Lori written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verschoor

Lori spies on Burke while she thinks Natalie comes over, but Natalie is really the blow up doll, and it bursts. Lori then gives up, but Burke shows up. He tells Lori that they could work, and he calls up Natalie. He is actually calling up Kevin, and breaks up with Natalie. Lori is shocked, and tells Burke, how can you break up with someone you really loves, and tells him it can't work.

Hope/Alex written by Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor

Tess wants to meet this guy that Hope is dating. While Alex is in Hope's apartment, Tess sets the smoke alarm off. Alex, and Hope walks out, and Tess meets Alex. He then tells everyone it's a false alarm, and that he is a fireman. Hope quickly brings Alex in her apartment, and Tess knocks on the door. Tess confronts Hope on stealing her date. and they make Alex choose by a flip of a coin, heads Hope wins, tails, Tess wins. It lands on tails, and Tess is happy, but

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Episode 206

2x6
February 21, 2000

Burke/Lori written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verschoor

Burke calls his sister Natalie and tells her that he will pay her $40 to make an appearance. He thinks that she will also go in bed with Kevin as an act, so that he could show Lori that she is actually cheating on him, so they could break it off. Natalie shows up late, and demands her money. Lori is confused, and bursts open the door to find Kevin and the blow up doll. Lori is pissed, and Burke explains that he just knows that she wanted him because he had a girlfriend. Burke is devistated but gets a call from Lori to meet her in the bathroom (which is co-ed if you didn't know this by now), and she tells him that she already has a boyfriend. He is crushed, but is happy when she responds that he is her boyfriend.

[This saga ends]

Hope/Alex written by Neil Landau, directed by Matthew Leutwyler

Tess blows off Alex, because she met someone new, and makes up all these excuses to Hope that she was her bestfriend, etc

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Episode 210

2x10
February 25, 2000

Max/Cassidy written by Gregg McBride, directed by Charlie Call

Bonnie finds out that Cassidy told Max to go with her to the dance, called the ""Spring Fling"", just so that he could have sex with Cassidy. He rushes off, but Max chases after her, and tells her that he went with her not Bonnie. They kiss, and Monica, is happy that the perfect couple is breaking up, so that she could have Max all to herself.

Jim/Annie written by Tom Crehan, directed by Matthew Leutwyler

Renzo leaves Jim in Annies's room, and she questions him on what he is doing there. He reveals that Renzo stole his wheelchair and she laughs about it. He then apologize saying that he was a jerk for yesterday, and reveals that it's his first time to be with a girl after the accident. She then reveals that she was also nervous because she wasn't quite to sure if his penis still could function correctly. They presumably hook up, and they have sex. Renzo peeks in the room and cheers out in the hall when he helped a fell

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Episode 211

2x11
February 28, 2000

Devon/Rick, Mareth/Josh written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by David Fickas

Rick acts out his role, and it is revealed that Devon is allergic to seafood products. Josh calls Mareth over, and she cooks up a storm. Josh tells Rick to keep Devon busy, and he does. Devon figures out that Rick is not a butler. They talk, and she hits on him. She also reveals that she was just doing her friend a favor, so Josh wouldn't bother her or her friend anymore. The food is ready, and Devon asks Rick to eat, in which he does. Rick and Devon leaves, and Josh is devistated that Rick took Devon home. Josh complains to Mareth that he took his girl. They look at each other and they presumably has sex.

Casey/Megan written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by David Fickas

Casey (a guy now!) and Megan's sex life is going nowhere. So Renzo (From the last episode) tells him that they should play sexual games. Casey surprised Megan with Strip Battle Ship (so lame), and Renzo hears the commotion in

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Episode 212

2x12
February 29, 2000

Casey/Megan written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by David Fickas

Casey and Megan is ready to play out their fantasies but they decide to go out for dinner first. Renzo then comes back with Lucinda, and he notices the paper untouched. He then decides to look what they wrote, which was really lame, so he decides to write up his own fantasies. Lucinda is all worked up, but leaves, and Renzo leaves too. Casey and Megan comes home, and they try out a fantasy. Casey picks the first fantasy and it is Megan should massage Casey's cheeks (not the butt!) with her feet (which is really funny!). Megan than picks up one, where it says to paint a circle around Casey's nipples with red lipstick. Casey then picks another one, where it says that Casey should throw baloney at Megan while she sings the National Anthem. They do it (which is super funny), and she reveals that she only did this stuff because she loves him, they fight and she storms out.

Devon/Rick, Mareth/Josh written by Steven

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Episode 213

2x13
March 1, 2000

Casey/Megan written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by David Fickas

Casey finds out that all the fantasies they performed was Renzo. Casey then finds Megan, and they argue. He finds a list that she wrote, about his bad acts. He is really upset and tells Renzo about it. Renzo spies at Megan in the bathroom, and she sees him. He then gets caught, and he explains that it was his fantasies they were acting out, and that Casey found the list. Megan rushes back to him and they make up, and they decide to be a couple again.

Brad/Katrina, Ruddy/Allison, Jamie/Vanessa written by Tom Crehan, directed by David Fickas

Brad and Ruddy decides to try the horror movie experiment, and it works. But it doesn't raises Katrina's hormones up, but it makes her scared. The movie features spiders, which she is afraid of because she almost died from a Black Widow. Ruddy then makes a comment on how she is not giving loving to Brad anyway, and they argue, and the girls leave.

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Episode 221

2x21
March 15, 2000

Eddie/Vanessa/Jamie written by Jennifer Johnson & Kate Rosen, directed by George Verschoor

Eddie goes back to Vanessa where he tells her that he really likes her. He then explains he never felt like this in a long time. He never allowed himself to fall in love again, because he had a tattoo after his last girlfriend, who broke his heart. They kiss, and they start to make out, but that's when Vanessa's Dad catches them.

[This saga ends]

Kim/Miles/Wendy written by Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor

Miles runs into his old girl friend, Wendy. Kim knows that Miles will have an ""old friend"" over, but she didn't know it was his ex. When she calls to see how everything is, he tells her, and she quickly goes to his apartment. Kim and Wendy meet, and Kim is upset that Miles didn't tell her in the first place. Wendy then leaves, and Kim doesn't want to spend the night at his place, due to her job in the morning.

Renzo/Sidney written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verscho

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Episode 222

2x22
March 16, 2000

Renzo/Sidney written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verschoor

Last night, Renzo slept on the couch in the lounging area, and one of Casey's friend saw him. Casey who is not mad at Renzo tells him he knows everything, and is okay with it. Casey then explains that he has to write the paper, and will be back later. In Renzo and Casey's dorm room, Sidney is hungry, and Renzo goes to get her some pizza. Sidney finds one of Renzo's love potion that he had made yesterday, and puts it on. She lies on his bed, and tells him she feels a tingle. She then tells him if she doesn't get a kiss, she will lay on the bed, until Casey comes home. He kisses her, and she gets up. Sidney tells Renzo that her skin is burning. Renzo finds a shampoo bottle on the ground, and guides her to the bathroom where they could wash it off. Casey returns to the room, only to find one of the love potion empty. He figures out it is Renzo, and he finds them in the bathroom. He sees Renzo washing his

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Episode 223

2x23
March 20, 2000

Laura/Clyde written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by George Verschoor

Laura dresses up Clyde before his ""serious"" date with Audrey. Laura gets jealous when Audrey wants to make out with him, in her own house! Audrey tells her to go upstairs, and Laura does... but she watches them on the stairway for their actions.

Kim/Miles/Wendy written by Neil Landau, directed by George Verschoor

A drunken Wendy shows up at Miles apartment, and he puts her in his bed, after she babbles about picking her. Kim comes over, and Wendy steps out. Miles explains it's nothing, and Miles chooses Kim, over Wendy. Wendy leaves, and Miles chooses a song for them, ""I Try"" by Macy Gray.

[This segment ends]

Renzo/Sidney written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by George Verschoor

Casey is quite upset at Renzo, and Sidney explains that girls too like sex. Renzo tries to explain that nothing did happen between him and Sidney, but Casey doesn't want to believe it. Renzo gets upset, and blurts out, that he loves

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Episode 227

2x27
March 27, 2000

Renzo/Carla written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson

Carla is upset that Renzo is masturbating frequently so she decides to teach him a lesson. She tells her friend, Paige, to pretend to like him, while Carla gives him ""stay hard"" pills. Renzo takes 8 stay hard pills (4 times the recommeded doage) and heads over Paige. Just before ripping each other clothes off, Paige stops, and tells him that she needs time to think with breaking up with her boyfriend and all. She leaves Renzo with a raging hard on. He tries to make his hard on goes down, but it doesn't work.

Josh/Marreth written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson

Marreth figures out that she and Josh has too much sex, and they come up with these rules to test their realtionship if it's true to who they are. They do have sex, and she gets upset. She comes up with an idea to not have sex for a month, and if they do break the rule, she thinks she made a mistake.

Jamie/Denise, Vanessa/Eddie wr

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Episode 228

2x28
March 28, 2000

Renzo written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson

Casey reveals that someone is trying to make the bathroom single again (men and women seperate) but that's just one of his problems. Renzo's hard on can't go down, and he tells Carla about it. She asks him why don't he just masturbate in to make it go down, but he reveals that it can't go down, unless if he has sex. Carla helps him bag a girl, under one condition, she has sex with Casey. Renzo tries to lure Casey but it doesn't work. Renzo and Carla decide to set up each other and they will strike against the petition by having both men and women in the bathroom. Renzo plans on bring no guys so that he could have all the girls to himself, and that his hard on would go down.

Jamie/Denise, Vanessa/Eddie written by Jennifer Johnson, directed by Dale Roy Robinson

Eddie finds Vanessa in Jamie's car, and puts down Denise, by calling her a slut. Jamie wants to fight Eddie, and they make a note durning prom. Denise find

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Episode 229

2x29
March 29, 2000

Renzo/Carla written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson

It's orgy time, and Renzo notices he isn't hard any more. Despite not being hard, they still attend the ""strike."" Renzo, and Casey, find Carla, and Paige alone in the bathroom. Renzo asks when the others will come, but Carla tells him later. Carla asks the same, and he tells her the same. Thanks to a broken pipe, they are forced to strip in their underwear because it is so hot in there. Casey and Paige can't take the heat, so they decide to ""look for some thing"" to turn it off. Renzo and Carla isn't surprised that they both brought ""bag of tricks"" and they find both find out that they played each other to have what they wanted, more men, and more women. They are turned on by each other sneakyness and They proceed to make out on the floor, and Casey and Paige wants to see how they are doing, but they leave, upon seeing them making out.

Josh/Marreth written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robins

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Episode 230

2x30
March 30, 2000

Renzo/Carla written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson

Renzo admits to Casey that it was a mistake sleeping with Carla, and she hears this. Renzo and Carla do not speak to each other, But Casey and Paige set them up to play Casey's bowl of truth (remember Renzo's bowl of fantasies?). They say all this sappy stuff, and one question appears, ""Do you think, Your falling in love with me?"" and Renzo tells Carla yes. In the end, they decide they are right for each other.

[This segment ends]

Josh/Marreth written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Dale Roy Robinson

Amelia shows up and Josh's place which pisses Marreth off. Amelia tells Josh to leave them alone for a moment, and he does. Amelia talks to Marreth, where they have a good time. Josh returns home, and Marreth forgives him. With all the thinking he done, he think their relationship cannot work. In the end, they kiss each other goodbye, ending their relationship.

[This segment ends]

Jamie/Denise, Vanessa/Eddi

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Episode 301

3x1
July 10, 2000

Jane/Richard written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Danny Salles

Jane and Richard are step brother and step sister. They have a lot of sexual attraction between them, but are interrupted by Kurt, Jane's tutor, and Audrey, Richard's tutor for school. Both Audrey and Kurt, think they will make out or even have sex, but both Jane and Richard don't want to. Audrey and Kurt leave, and Jane and Richard, snuggle in bed, complaining about their parents, saying that they fell in love first. Kurt scrambles into his own bed room, when Annie, their mom, tells them good night. Jane and Kurt look at each other (joint rooms, bathroom in the middle) wanting each other.

Elvis/Susie/Sam written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew

Susie gets help from this guy named Elvis on her painting. She complains that she sucks, and he teaches her to use her hand rather than the brush. They proceed to have sex right after. Susie tells her friend, Andrea about it, and says Elvis is th

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Episode 302

3x2
July 11, 2000

Elvis/Susie/Sam written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew

The three decide to talk things over, and she tells them if she could maybe date both of them. She is shocked when they both say yes, but who will Susie get tonight? They decide over a game of pin ball, and Elvis wins. Doing some foreplay, Susie asks about the relationship, and Elvis reveals it's good because commitment wise, no one really cares about it. That's when she explodes. Sex. Is that all she means to him? Sex? Well, Susie goes to Andrea for advice, and Susie decides to call Sam over to prove that she wants to be... boyfriend... girlfriend... and boyfriend.

Jane/Richard written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Danny Salles

Jane decides to make a plan where they could date Kurt, and Audrey so that they could be secretly dating each other, while everyone think that they will be seeing Kurt or Audrey.

Zia/Helen/Beth written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Paula Goldberg

Zia confronts Helen abou

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Episode 303

3x3
July 12, 2000

Jane/Richard written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Danny Salles

The plan doesn't go so well, since Kurt decides to have a double date. They decide to order pizza, leaving Kurt and Audrey alone. You see, Kurt and Audrey made their own plan, of having sex with Jane and Richard, but it doesn't go to well. While playing with these sex dice, it goes to far, and Richard and Jane decide to have a talk in their bathroom. Audrey finds a picture of Jane and Richard kissing. Jane and Richard make up, saying that they only can love each other, and they end up kissing. That's when Kurt and Audrey catches them. They try to explain but Kurt and Audrey calls it gross, and decides to 'break up' with them (they were loosely going out for a day or so).

Elvis/Susie/Sam written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew

Elvis, Susie, and Sam decides to go out on a date, and all goes well. They are ready for sex, but they don't know how to start it. They end up kissing Susie, and

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Episode 304

3x4
July 13, 2000

Elvis/Susie/Sam written by Jason Berlin & Rico Gagliano, directed by Tim Andrew

They make a rule that all three must be present in order to have sex, but they break it, when Elvis goes to a study break. He finds out about it, and breaks up with Susie and Sam. But this is all new to them, and Elvis returns, saying that he wants to try it out, and they welcome him back into the relationship.

[This segment ends.]

Jane/Richard written by Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Danny Salles

Jane and Richard decide to have sex, but cannot due to all the weirdness of being step brother, and step sister.

[This segment ends.]

Zia/Helen/Beth written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Paula Goldberg

Beth goes for another kill with Helen, but Helen clues her in that she loves Zia. As this segment ends, Helen and Zia share a kiss.

[This segment ends.]

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Episode 312

3x12
July 27, 2000

Sara/Michael written by Katy Ballard, directed by Tim Andrew

Michael breaks up with Kimmy, and begs his brothers to find Sara. Sara does, and Kimmy is upset that he choose Sara over her and leaves. Michael tells Sara that his brother thinks it was faith that brought them together. As this segment ends, Sara talks sexy while reading to him, and they share a kiss before the episode is up.

[This segment ends.]

Jake/Ben/Lauren written by Damon Lindelof and Steven S. DeKnight directed by Danny Salles

Jake finds Ben kissing the sluty girl named Renata, and tells Lauren about it. She doesn't want to listen to Jake at first, but she does. They figure out that they were writing his reports, and decide to play a trick on him. When he returns, they give him papers on animals, and they tell him, he should get started on writing his paper. They leave him, forgiving each other, and that a guy will never come between them.

[This segment ends.]

Dale/Diane written by Erica Rothschild, directed by

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Episode 320

3x20
August 10, 2000

Kimmy/Michael written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Tim Andrew

Lucas, from the last episode, is dating Michael's ex, Kimmy. Kimmy thinks she's pregnant, and goes to her friend, Gale for advice. Bad enough, she's paired up with her sex, Michael, for a project that they have to do... ""I was a teenage mother."" Michael and his friend, Skeey make fun of the video and it upsets Kimmy. Gale clues Michael in and he talks to Kimmy. Gale reveals to Skeet that Kimmy could be pregnant.

Haskell/Keisha/Marco written by Damon Lindelof and Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Paula Goldberg

Haskell finds the truth about Marco kissing Keisha, and he decides to leave for his home town, after working up Keisha. (really great scene, he dumps her like a cold turkey... sorry ladies...)

[This segment ends.]

Renata/Victor/Brenda written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Danny Salles

Renata prints all these flyers reading ""Panty Thief!"" and clues Victor about just leaving the panty in the dryer. Victor consults

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Episode 321

3x21
August 14, 2000

Renata/Victor/Brenda written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Danny Salles

Victor tells Les, about the whole Renata situation, and Les tells him, he wouldn't mind doing that because Renata is a hard person to get. Victor goes into the laundry room, wearing the panty, underneath his clothes, but Brenda asks what is he doing. He tells her he is washing clothes, and she leaves. Renata forces him to wear another lingerie piece, and tells him to shave his legs. He manages to convince her to meet her in his room, because he has this amazing lingerie she will love. Victor returns his room, and asks if Les wants Renata. Les says yes, and Victor throws him the shaving cream. Renata comes into the room, and ""Victor"" tells her that he shaved his legs, and she starts to feel them. Renata pulls off the sheet finding Les, and he reveals Victor wasn't into all of this. She tells him, she knew, but He reveals, he is into this stuff. Outside, Victor and Brenda make up.

[This segment ends.]

Kimm

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Episode 322

3x22
August 15, 2000

Kimmy/Michael written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Tim Andrew

Kimmy takes the test, and she tells the guys she's pregnant. She slips out that she had sex with Skeet, which doesn't go to well with Gale. In the meantime, the guys decide to do an experiment with their condoms.

Dean/Kendra, Frank/Colin written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin and Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles

Frank is browsing the newpaper ads, and sees the ""I saw you"" section. One of the ads, describes, Dean, his white, home town, in a secluded area, thinking one way guy. He decides to call the girl, named Kendra. Kendra shows up, and shes black. Dean and Kendra decide to go out, and they come back soaking wet. They change in Dean's dorm room, and they reveal the truth about each other, they didn't picture dating a white guy/black girl before.

Nicole/Chuck/Neil written by Erica Rothschild and Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Paula Goldberg

Neil reveals to Nicole that he is bi, and was giving Nicole all

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Episode 323

3x23
August 16, 2000

Dean/Kendra, Frank/Colin written by Rico Gagliano & Jason Berlin and Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles

Kendra introduces Dean to her brother, Martin, who doesn't take it very well. Despite all the differences, Dean tries to hard with Kendra, being black and all, and both decide to set their differences apart. They both know they love each other, skin deep.

Nicole/Chuck/Neil written by Erica Rothschild and Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Paula Goldberg

Chuck tells Neil about everything, and things cool down after Neil and Nicole. Neil reveals that Chuck and he, will move out deciding to start fresh (a block away to be exact), wanting to make new memories.

Kimmy/Michael written by Damon Lindelof, directed by Tim Andrew

The three guys try their condom experiment, and all of their condoms break. Kimmy comes home from, and wants to tell Michael first. Kimmy tells Michael in the closet, that he isn't pregnant, and out of happiness, he kisses her. They catch him kissing her, an

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Episode 325

3x25
August 22, 2000

Mitch/Gale/Skeet written by ??, directed by Tim Andrew

Gale turns off her pager because she is sick of Skeet paging her all the time. Mitch admits to Gale that he likes her, and he wants her to like him back. She doesn't want to ruin things between Skeet and her, because she had a crush on Skeet for so long now. Mitch still pressures her, and he kisses her. Gale turns on her pager and she gets a page from Skeet. Next thing they know, Skeet is coming upstairs. Mitch leaves due to the weirdness in the air. Skeet then gives Gale a cell phone, a picture of himself, and his class ring. Mitch yells from downstairs wanting to finish their project, and he comes back upstairs. Skeet decides to stick around, and Mitch starts to compete with Skeet over Gale, and Mitch finally gives up and leaves. Skeet knew Mitch had a thing for Gale, and confronts to Gale. She denies it, and tells him they have to finish the project and she leaves. She then meets up with Mitch again, and they start t

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Episode 327

3x27
August 24, 2000

Sid/Hal written by Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew

Hal is convinced his friend Sid is gay and is in love with him. Hal confronts Sid about it, but Sid just kisses him instead, saying their is no word to explain what he feels for him, just a kiss will do. Hal's screenplay was choosen to be performed in front of the whole school, and Mitch, Gal's (Hal's sister) boyfriend is choosen to be one of the leads. When Mitch and Hal practice infront of Sid, Sid gets the clue that Hal wrote it based on them. Hal says they have to kiss right after this scene, but Mitch objects. Sid also objects to the screenplay and asks Mitch if he could leave him alone with Hal. He leaves, and Sid tells him he knows about the play, and if Hal performs in it, their relationship is over.

Nicole/Joel/Elyse written by Erica Rothschild and Steven S. DeKnight, directed by Paula Goldberg

Nicole finally tells Elyse that she liked Dirk, so Elyse lets her have him. Nicole tells Elyse she didn't feel anything bec

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Episode 328

3x28
August 28, 2000

Sid/Hal written by Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew

Sid goes to Hal and tells him, he's uncomfortable with the play and tells him to re-write it. Hal gets upset and calls Mitch to reherse, and Sid decides to leave. Gale and Mitch gives Hal some advice, and he explains how it's a straight world, and that everyone is freaking out just like Sid. He decides to change the script and leaves for his room, leaving Gale and Mitch. Gale and Mitch start to make out on the pool table, and Hal returns, where he tells them he wants sex, and he wants Sid. He decides to change the play for Sid.

""Code of Sex"" written by Erica Rothschild, directed by Danny Salles

The Code of Sex is still on, and Allan and Priscilla ask each other to have sex. Les and Jenny sees the sock on the door (meaning that the roommate is having sex) and decides to go at it in one of the shower stalls. Allan and Priscilla decides to go for one more round, and Allan notices he ran out of condoms. He heads to the bathroom

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Episode 330

3x30
August 30, 2000

Sid/Hal written by Dave Holden, directed by Tim Andrew

Someone leaked to the whole school/PTA that the school play is a story about two friends finding themselves... together... or in simplest terms, a gay love story. This sent the whole school/PTA in a frenzy, and actually had some students as well as adults protesting. Hal is worried that Sid might freak out and back out of their relationship. Hal is surprised, when Sid tells them (including Mitch, and Gale) he leaked it. Gale and Mitch leaves, while the two figure out their other possibilities. Sid is convinced he is confident about life, and decided that last night, he felt alive/himself for the first time. Hal calls the drama teacher (who seems to be the director of the play) and tells him about the current situation. Hal tells Sid, Mitch, and Gale about the cancelation of the play, and reveals that the teacher has the ""hookups."" Hal's play will be developed for the small stage, and he will still get the scholorship.

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