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August 3rd, 2010
R.J. and Miles get some serious street cred, Lily and Jenny spread their legs in cheer-leading, and Max remains a one-dimensional bully who cries like a baby when he hurts his finger.
And in case you haven’t heard, a little artist named Justin Bieber loves this show, and it got picked up for a second season.
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R.J. wakes up with a bad case of “underage-drinking-almost-made-out-with-sitter-besties-screwed-it-up-then-parents-came-home-dammit” hangover. After last week’s episode, its no wonder this boy needs Aspirin like fish need water.
After getting called into the principal’s office for serving alcohol to minors on the weekend, R.J. can’t take the yelling voices and pops a few pills during the lecture.
No sooner does he get detention for drug use then word spreads around school: R.J. lit up his crack pipe in the principal’s office! R.J. smoked crack right off the principal’s desk! People died at R.J.’s party!
Meanwhile, Lily warns both R.J. and Miles what happened at the party means nothing and won’t stand in her way of getting R.J. for herself. Miles points out unless she’s a blonde cheerleader named Jenny Swanson, she’s never gonna tap that Berger man-meat.
Lily decides to try out for the cheer-leading squad. But she fails miserably. Instead of laughing and cutting her chances instantly, Jenny takes the high road and becomes her friend, lending her cheering cheat-sheet to improve Lily’s game. Lily takes her advice to “make it her own” to heart, and delivers a striptease performance which gets her cut instantly. But she has new found respect for R.J.’s ladylove.
Not since he revealed his magic stick has R.J. been more popular. He immediately falls in with Pinkerton High’s resident thugs and gangstas (no “e-r” on these bad boys), using their reps to put bully Max Owens in his place. But they also ask R.J. if he wants Max “taken care of”, and he happily replies YES, realizing too late what “taken care of” means.
R.J. now races to save Max before his new thugged-out friends kill him. Instead of stopping a fatal nail-gun in shop class, R.J. sets it loose and sharp nails go flying as everyone dives for cover. Max gets his finger nailed to the wall, and cries like a baby wanting its bottle.
In the end the nail-gun gets R.J. in worse trouble. The thugs claim they were only going to nail Max’s backpack to the wall (yeah right), but realize they’re just too wild to be in each other worlds. Still having “‘nuff respect” for each other, R.J. and the thugs part ways.
To which Jenny admits she’s glad to have her nice, normal R.J. back. Aww……..Tweet