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Season One Quick Reference Guide

Main Cast
Brooke McQueen
Samantha McPherson
Lily Esposito
Harrison John
Carmen Ferrara
Josh Ford
Nicole Julian
Sugar Daddy
Mary Cherry
Jane McPherson
Michael McQueen
Leslie Bibb
Carly Pope
Tamara Mello
Christopher Gorham
Sara Rue
Bryce Johnson
Tammy Lynn Michaels
Ron Lester
Leslie Grossman
Lisa Darr
Scott Bryce
DOB: 11/17/74
DOB: 08/28/80
DOB: 02/22/76
DOB: 08/14/74
DOB: 01/26/79
DOB: 04/18/77
DOB: 11/26/74
DOB: 08/04/75
DOB: 10/25/70
DOB: 04/21/63
DOB: 01/06/58

Opening Title Sequence

WB Promos

# Air
Date
Uplink
Date
Master
Date
Prod
Num
Title
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1 9/29/99 [unknown] [unknown] P-801 Round One
[aka "The Phantom Menace"]
Debut: Sophomores Sam and Brooke clash over their social identities. Sam and Brooke are paired as lab partners, to the delight of Carmen, who sees it as a chance for Sam to help her get on the cheerleading squad. Meanwhile, Brooke and Nicole plan the first party of the school year and star quarterback Josh tries out for the school play.

[unknown]: Sydney Forest. Wayne Vincent: Darryl Theirse. Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. [unknown]: John Caponera. Emory Dick: Hank Harris. [unknown]: Sandra Oh. Lady T: Natasha Pearce. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. Heather: Ali Landry. [unknown]: Bradford English. Mr. Grant: Chad Lowe. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. Freddy Gong: Kelvin Yu. Stone Cold Fox Boy: Samuel L. Elliott. Edgy Latino Boy: Corvet Villa. Teen Girl #1: Brooke Bloom. Teen Girl #2: Betty Okino. Japanese Teen: Kelly Miyashiro. Homeless Man: Michael Earl Reid.
[96/3.8/6 (3.8/6:3.8/6)]
[Special Wednesday 9pm Premiere]

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2 9/30/99 [unknown] [unknown] P-802 Mo' Menace, Mo' Problems
Carmen ditches school the day after the cheerleading roster is posted, and Lily refuses to disect a frog in science class. Meanwhile, Josh's father embarrasses him at rehearsal; and Mary Cherry stalks Nicole.

[112/2.5/4 (2.3/4:2.6/4)]

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3 10/07/99 [unknown] [unknown] P-803 Under Siege
Sam writes an exposé about the cheerleaders' school budget, leading to the squad's termination and its remaining funds being redistributed to the drama department.

Wayne Vincent: Darryl Theirse. Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. [unknown]: John Caponera. [unknown]: Sandra Oh. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. Lady T: Natasha Pearce. Mr. Grant: Chad Lowe. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. Stone Cold Fox Boy: Samuel L. Elliott.
[96/3.0/5 (2.7/5:3.3/5)]

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4 10/14/99 10/14/99 10/06/99 P-804 Windstruck
Sam and Josh have an embarrassing encounter during a play rehearsal, starting rumors that they are interested in each other. Meanwhile, Brooke confesses to Nicole that she and Josh are still virgins.

Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. Emory Dick: Hank Harris. Ms. Ross: Arnetia Walker. Mrs. Esposito: Jenny Gago. [unknown]: Ben Slack. Godfrey: Robert Clendenin. Madame Sesi: Rose Abdoo. Locker Room Jock: Cameron Bender.
[96/2.6/4 (2.4/5:2.9/4)]

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5 10/21/99 10/21/99 10/15/99 P-805 Slumber Party Massacre
Members of the cheerleading squad agree to attend Carmen's slumber party, causing Sam to question their motives. At the party, Carmen is embarrassed by her mother's behavior.

Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. Leo Ferrara: Christopher Wiehl. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. Young Harrison: Nicholas Andrew. Young Brooke: Caitlan Wachs.
[98/2.7/4 (2.3/4:3.0/5)]

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6 11/04/99 11/04/99 10/22/99 P-806 Truth or Consequences
Sam discovers that Nicole, Poppy and Mary Cherry stole the answers to the biology midterm, and she sets out to gather the evidence she needs to turn them in.

Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. Emory Dick: Hank Harris. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. [unknown]: Wesley Mann. Mr. Grant: Chad Lowe. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham.
[104/2.7/4 (2.5/4:2.8/4)]

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7 11/11/99 11/11/99 11/05/99 P-807 Queen B
Brooke, Poppy, Mary Cherry and Carmen are nominated for the Junior Court Homecoming Queen and Nicole pressures two of Brooke's opponents to halt their campaigns.

Cherry Cherry: Delta Burke. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. Lady T: Natasha Pearce. [unknown]: Lily Knight. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. Freddy Gong: Kelvin Yu. Stone Cold Fox Boy: Samuel L. Elliott. April Tuna: Adria Dawn. May Tuna: Mandy Freund. Hunky Mover: Philip Boyd.
[102/2.6/4 (2.5/4:2.8/4)]

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8 11/18/99 11/18/99 11/11/99 P-808 Tonight's the Night
Sam and Brooke wager on whether or not Sam can land a boyfriend by the end of the week and whether Brooke can prove that her relationaship with Josh is more than just physical.

Leo Ferrara: Christopher Wiehl. Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. [unknown]: Brian George. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. April Tuna: Adria Dawn. May Tuna: Mandy Freund. Loli Pop: Rebecca Lin. Dancer #1: Ron Kellum. Dancer #2: Keith Kuhl. Dancer #3: Timothy Anderson.
[100/2.7/4 (2.6/4:2.7/4)]

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9 12/02/99 12/03/99 11/24/99 P-809 Wild, Wild Mess
The students embark on finding nominees for "Principal for the Day," while a custodial stike leaves the school a mess. Meanwhile, Brooke fears she may be pregnant.

Ms. Ross: Arnetia Walker. Robin John: Alley Mills. [unknown]: Tracy Kolis. [unknown]: Bud Leslie. Tawny: Rona Benson. Receptionist: Sonya Eddy.
[102/2.8/4 (2.7/4:2.9/5)]

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10 12/09/99 12/09/99 12/10/99 P-810 Fall on Your Knees
Brooke and Sam are forced to hold their annual Christmas parties together, and Carmen is injured just weeks before the next round of cheerleader tryouts. Meanwhile, Nicole's brooding over the yuletide season leads to visits from the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future.

Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. Emory Dick: Hank Harris. Marley Jacobs: Cyia Batten. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. Godfrey: Robert Clendenin. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. Freddy Gong: Kelvin Yu. April Tuna: Adria Dawn. May Tuna: Mandy Freund. Nana: Eve Brenner. Little Nicole: Annie Franchek. Ariel Murphy: Lauren Summers. Mandy Shepherd: Brenda Song. Robin Robin: Brie Larson.
[103/2.5/4 (2.3/4:2.7/4)]

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11 1/13/00 1/13/00 12/23/99 P-811 Ex, Lies and Videotape
Sam gets a chance to produce a segment on a syndicated TV show---with one catch---Brooke is the on-air talent. Meanwhile, Josh must tell his father that he can't make a dinner with college scouts, which is scheduled for the opening night of the musical; and April Tuna becomes obsessed with Carmen.

Jean Ford: Dey Young. Mr. Ford: Geoff Pierson. Jamie Gunn: Christine Tucci. Ms. Ross: Arnetia Walker. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. Lady T: Natasha Pearce. Godfrey: Robert Clendenin. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. April Tuna: Adria Dawn. May Tuna: Mandy Freund.
[103/2.2/3 (2.2/3:2.3/3)]

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12 1/20/00 1/20/00 1/14/00 P-812 The Trial of Emory Dick
Emory puts the popular kids, Bobbi Glass and the lunch lady on trial for harassing him. Sam and Lily volunteer to represent him at the school's mock proceeding, which leads Principal Hall to ask Brooke to lead the defense. Meanwhile, Josh and Sugar look forward to the start of the wrestling season.

Emory Dick: Hank Harris. Miss Bobbi Glass: Diane Delano. Ms. Ross: Arnetia Walker. [unknown]: Marnie Crossen. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. [unknown]: George Kee Cheung. Freddy Gong: Kelvin Yu. May Tuna: Mandy Freund.
[95/2.4/4 (2.2/3:2.5/4)]

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13 1/27/00 1/27/00 1/20/00 P-813 Hope in a Jar
A Sadie Hawkins dance has most of the students obsessing over their appearances, while Brooke considers inviting a young man of substance. Meanwhile, Nicole, Poppy and Mary Cherry follow a dangerous crash diet: the one who loses the most weight gets to ask out the gorgeous guy they all pine for.

Emory Dick: Hank Harris. Ms. Ross: Arnetia Walker. [unknown]: Richard Voll. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. April Tuna: Adria Dawn. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. Olaf: Lynn Manning.
[89/3.4/5 (3.3/5:3.4/5)]

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14 2/03/00 2/03/00] 1/28/00 P-814 Caged!
Mounting tensions between Sam's friends and Brooke's clique lead to a proposed rumble, but the guys intervene and lock the ladies in a school bathroom in an attempt to make them reconcile. Meanwhile, Josh, Harrison and Sugar Daddy get an education on ovulation from a nature film provided by Bobbi Glass.

Cherry Cherry: Delta Burke. Miss Bobbi Glass: Diane Delano. Colin Bennett: Mitchell Anderson. Godfrey: Robert Clendenin.

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15 2/10/00 2/10/00 2/08/00 P-815 Booty Camp
Principal Hall forces Josh, Harrison and Sugar Daddy to attend a weekend sensitivity camp after they harass a scantily clad Lily. Sam and Brooke work on the school's crisis hot line and inadvertently heighten one of the caller's problems.

Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. Jean Ford: Dey Young. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. Freddy Gong: Kelvin Yu. Teen girl #1: Crystal Kwon. Teen girl #2: Erin O'Neill. Teen girl #3: Marisa Theodore. Teen girl #4: Domonique Garcia. Teen girl #5: Navi Rawat.

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16 2/17/00 2/17/00 2/14/00 P-816 All About Adam
A new male student sets out to join the cheerleading squad---by any means necessary. Meanwhile, Sam bests Brooke in a modeling contest and nets an opportunity to appear in a commercial with U.S. Women's World Cup soccer stars Tiffeny Milbrett and Tisha Venturini.

Adam: Wentworth Miller. Ms. Ross: Arnetia Walker. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. Wanda Ricketts: Clea Duvall. Herself: Tisha Venturini. Herself: Tiffeny Milbrett. TV Director: Perry Lang.

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17 2/24/00 2/24/00 2/22/00 P-817 Lord of the Files
A new vice-principal joins Kennedy High and his good looks draw the attention of the female students. Meanwhile, Brooke lies to Carmen about a tattoo she claims was inspired by Josh, so Carmen suspects that Brooke may want her old beau back; and Emory tells Harrison that a grade-school music teacher was once impressed with Harrison's music skills.

Vice Principal Calvin Krupps: Robert Gant. Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. Emory Dick: Hank Harris. [unknown]: Marnie Crossen. Poppy Fresh: Anel Lopez Gorham. [unknown]: George Kee Cheung. Wither Chivers: Lee Cherry.

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18 4/20/00 4/20/00 4/04/00 P-818 Ch-Ch-Changes
Harrison campaigns to save the job of the school's shop teacher when the instructor's career is jeopardized by his announcement of plans for a sex-change operation. Meanwhile, Cherry Cherry teaches a home-economics course at Kennedy High as part of her community service sentence for punching a police officer.

Cherry Cherry: Delta Burke. Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. Mr. Don/Miss Debbie: Louis Mustillo. [unknown]: Larry Poindexter. Colin Bennett: Mitchell Anderson. Adam: Wentworth Miller. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. [unknown]: Anthony Russell. Police Officer: Erik Estrada. Robin John: Alley Mills.
[44:59]

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19 4/27/00 4/27/00 4/20/00 P-819 Hard on the Outside, Soft in the Middle
When Sam, Lily and Carmen dye their hair blonde to prove that the popular girls' power is based on their hair color, Brooke and her friends set out to prove them wrong by darkening their own tresses. Meanwhile, a beautiful, new exchange student is attracted to Sugar Daddy.

Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano. Exquisite Woo: Michelle Krusiec. Vice Principal Calvin Krupps: Robert Gant. Principal Cecelia Hall: Diana Bellamy. [unknown]: Niecy Nash. Caesar Croutons: Jon Polito. April Tuna: Adria Dawn. Keisha: Ambrosia Kelley. Elliot: Segun Ajaga.

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20 5/04/00 5/04/00 [unknown] P-820 We Are Family
Brooke and Sam try to derail their parents' wedding plans by planting false evidence of Mike's infidelity, which leads to a startling announcement from Mike and Jane. Meanwhile, Mary Cherry discovers that her mother is engaged to actor Erik Estrada.

Cherry Cherry: Delta Burke. Police Officer: Erik Estrada.

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21 5/11/00 5/11/00 [unknown] P-821 What Makes Sammy Run
Sam runs away from home and hunts for Brooke's mother, with the hope that the woman will help her put an end to Mike and Jane's wedding plans. Meanwhile, Josh, Sugar Daddy, Harrison and Emory Dick go to a strip club with fake IDs. E!'s Steve Kmetko appears as himself.

Cherry Cherry: Delta Burke. Kelly Foster: Peggy Lipton.

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22 5/18/00 5/18/00 [unknown] P-822 Two Weddings and a Funeral
Bobbi Glass ruins the annual "skip day" ritual for the popular and alternative kids by faxing their photos to their favorite hangouts so they'll be caught cutting classes. The kids plot their revenge during an extended musical number. Meanwhile, Sam and Brooke agree to work together to make their parents' rehearsal dinner a success.

Colin Bennett: Mitchell Anderson. Miss Bobbi Glass/Nurse Jessie Glass: Diane Delano.

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