After the abysmal fight-performance at the Ravens' opening games, Whitey condemns the boys team to 'gym suicide'; Lucas's failure to tell about his heart condition makes coach go even harder on the others, yet he implores Haley not to spill the beans on his poor health. The cheerleaders are threatened with abolition, so Brooke decides to divert her girls from fighting by a variation on Lucas's baseball dream-team: the girls individually draft exclusive dream boys. While spouses-to-be-separated Dan and Deb continue to make each-others life misery, Karen and Deb try to counter Dan's mayoral Barnum campaign, which gets him a huge lead in the polls, then that fight turns dirty too. Latecomer Rachel tries hard to make friends with the 'old" girls- Peyton refuses, Brooke remains her sworn enemy but is outsmarted at every turn. Chris pushes Haley to dump her cheesy 'crap' songs to write from the heart, about real emotions, and tells his secret patron Nathan that her music and love are ... Written by
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When Haley is talking to Chris after putting "Janis Joplin" on the map, her hair is up, but it changes to down alternately: when the camera is on her face, her hair is up; when you can see the back of her head, her hair is down. See more
Coach Whitey Durham
[Breaking up a fight between Bevin and Ashley
Alright Paris and Nicole, that's quite enough. If I wanted to watch cheerleaders wrestle I'd turn on pay-per-view.
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