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Episodes 9

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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.

The day finally co

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Unstripped

1x8
August 4, 1999

The Odd Couple (Cliff/Evan) written by Graham Flasher

Evan just met this guy, Theo, and Cliff walks in after a game of basketball. It seems that Theo and Cliff has something in common, Baseball, and it mixes the mood, making Theo leave. Evan is mad, because he didn't get laid, and Cliff calls it even! Evan takes offense saying that Cliff was digging Theo. Cliff denies it, because he is straight, and it drives Evan crazy. Evan gets some advice from a friend, and he tries to confess his undying love, since the first time they met, to see if he is really into boys. Evan leans in for a kiss, and Cliff gives a grin, and laughes because he doesn't fall for it.

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

Ross brings home a girl, Jenny, who clings on to him. Ross isn't really into relationships, but Her apartment room burns down, and she asks if she could stay for the night. Ross agrees.

Unstripped (Kyle/Tina, Katie) written by Dina Marie Chapman

Katie returns home, finds

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Seeing Eye Dog

1x9
August 5, 1999

The Odd Couple (Cliff/Evan) written by Graham Flasher

Cliff and Evan really start to get a long (in a gay/straight alliance thing) and Cliff respects Evan more, after finding him making out with a guy in their dorm room. After they are done, Cliff returns, only to find out that Evan just had sex with a guy that he just met by the soda machine. Cliff asks if he even knew the guys name! Nope. Only the swapping of their tongues was the best he got. Cliff then explains that Nikki rathers study than have sex, and Evan explains about how girls want to talk, and not just have sex always. They then make a pact, Cliff goes out (in a serious, not only sex way) with Nikki, and the same with Evan (in a serious, not only sex way) with Theo.

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

Jenny is hurt when Ross brings home another girl named Lexi. Jenny disturbes them while he and Lexi are making out in the other room. Jenny interrupts them so much that Lexi is fed up and leaves.

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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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Three In The Van

1x18
August 18, 1999

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

Dean wants to have a forsure thing with Claire, so he calls her and weakly asks her to come over. With the help of Emma, he tells her that he wrote her a poem, and will be there in a hour, due to studying. Emma tries to help Dean write a poem, and he insults her about Mr. Fuzzy, and she leaves. Claire comes over, and he dodges every single way on reading the poem. He crumples the paper, and they talk about, you know, just stuff. One thing leades to sex, and it guarantees him for sex tomorrow on his 18th birthday, which he told Claire about. She gets up and reads the crumple which only has scribbles on it. She gets mad and leaves.

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

Liz is mad at Tina when she tells her dad that Liz's friend, Vincent is here. The thing is, two years ago, her father caught them in the rec room, and well, he is no longer invited in there home. Liz presses on Vincent, saying that

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August 19, 1999

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

Dean's big One Eight is today, and Kiki knocks on his door, where she gives him a baloon, and herself. It is also revealed that Kiki is just a tease, and she needs to uphold an image of her being kinky. They have sex, and she leaves. There is another knock on the door, and covered in sweat, he answers it. Thinking it's Kiki, he jokes, ""couldn't keep away."" Only it's not Kiki, but Claire. She then offers herself, and they have sex. Then another knock on his door, and it's Emma! She asks how it went, only to surprised that he did both girls.

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

Tina is threatened by Liz, when she thinks Liz gave Kyle a blow job. She confronts Liz about it, and she tells her it did happen. She asks her friend, Gwen, if she could borrow her dress, making her look like Liz, in order to please Kyle. She tries to give him a blow job, but he denies what happened. She wants to please

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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.

""The Porn

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