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Spring Break-Up: Part 1 

The gang is invited to Logan's dad's mansion for spring break, only to find out they are being used for testing a new reality show called "Gender Defenders." Now it's boys against girls and... See full summary »

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The gang is invited to Logan's dad's mansion for spring break, only to find out they are being used for testing a new reality show called "Gender Defenders." Now it's boys against girls and, when Chase accidentally sends a text message to Zoey proclaiming his true feelings for her, they start to wonder if it's Spring Break or Spring Bummer. Written by Kali Smith

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The First Ever Zoey 101 T.V. Movie Event.


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This was aired together with Zoey 101: Spring Break-Up: Part 2 (2006) as a 2h-TV-special. See more »

Goofs

When they finally show the "Gender Defenders" beginning, they introduce each of the gang (Logan Reese, Quinn Pensky, etc). However, there was no Nicole Bristow. See more »

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Michael Barret: Remember that saying we learned in Latin class? "Carpe Doom" Seize the day
Chase Matthews: I think that's Carpe Diem
Michael Barret: Then what's Carpe Doom?
Chase Matthews: Stupid.
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Spun-off from Zoey 101 (2005) See more »

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Losing You
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Entertaining show for target audience
4 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie is decent and entertaining enough for its target audience of approximate ages 8-12. The characters and cast may be teenagers, but the viewers are not, and they're the ones who will enjoy this. Nickelodean movies are Usually well-done; this one was not Academy Award/Emmy material, but it was just fine.

If anyone found this movie lame, too short, or with an uneventful ending, they apparently were not the right age for it. (Though don't go for too mature, because you will find more "cliffhanger-endings" as in this movie.) And from what I read, those negative reviewers should be spending more time studying instead of watching TV.


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