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Booty Camp 

Sam and Brooke work on the School's peer crisis hot line. Josh, Harrison and Sugar Daddy are forced to attend a weekend sensitivity camp after they harass a scantily clad Lily.

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Brooke McQueen
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Sam McPherson
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Michael 'Sugar Daddy' Bernardino
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Mary Cherry
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Sam and Brooke start a crisis hotline for students. They quickly realize how serious and tough job it is. Their first caller is a depressed student, who's been the target of harassment and abusive comments from those who think he's gay, and he's on the edge. He claims he isn't gay and he refuses to report those responsible. Sam and Brooke don't know how to help him but they eventually figure out that his name is Freddy Gong and that his oppressor and greatest teaser is Nicole. Their next caller is Lily who has received lewd comments even from her friends Josh and Sugar after coming to school in a slightly revealing sexy dress for the first time. She is especially disturbed by the fact that her boyfriend Harrison condoned these comments. Lily decides to report the guys to Principal Hall for sexual harassment and Sam and Brooke report Nicole, who immediately concludes that her victim snitched on her. Since the three boys do not understand why what they did is wrong, Principal Hall asks ...

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Lily Esposito: [wearing uncharacteristic bare-backed strappy dress, admiring herself in the mirror] Oh. It's too much, isn't it?
Carmen Ferrara: I've just never seen a handkerchief doubling as a blouse before.
Lily Esposito: Come on, this is less revealing than what, like, 98% of girls on television wear.
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Ultramarine
Written and Performed by Michael Brook
Courtesy of 4AD
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
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politically incorrect? any normal girl would have been flattered!
16 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

As for the show, the story-line has become one big farce, with stuff happening that belong in dreams.

For the most part, this is not a review, but social comment caused by my response to the story-line. Josh's words to Lily weren't abusive, but flattering. Upon seeing her in her strappy "party dress" he asked her: "Damn! Where have you been hiding that?" Now, coming from clean-cut, decent guy Josh that comment is non- threatening, appreciative, meant as a compliment. Any girl who wears a dress like that should know that she IS eye-candy and should know that she is likely to illicit a response AND be as mature as her body and graciously accept a well-meant (if very hot- blooded) complimented AND there was nothing offensive about the way he said it, sort of as an impromptu exclamation.

I am NOT saying that a girl who wears a strappy evening dress should graciously open herself up to rowdy lascivious comment of the kind that would sour milk. I'm saying any comment should be judged by its particular set of circumstances.

What was shown in this episode, was a hell of a fuss made over a warm comment, not rude, meant as a compliment. Lily came across as immature (well, okay, she is a schoolkid) but if she is that immature, she shouldn't be wearing a bare dress like that. For the guy complimenting her, was hardly a thug. Most girls would want to be complimented by a Josh Ford type. So what we had here was a storm made over an inoffensive comment, for which IT WAS OKAY THAT THOSE THREE HAD TO BE PUNISHED casting a bad light on heartless Lily.

Again, do not get me wrong. I am also saying that girls should have the freedom to do what they want. Yet, we live in a world where that is not possible. It would NEVER be possible - face it! A girl has to take responsibility for herself. She goes out in a bare dress, she should know there is going to be comment. Don't play innocent. There are no innocence involved when you are showing off. Yeah, guys shouldn't lambaste you with lewd remarks. I AGREE. But that one, while in high spirits, wasn't offensive.

"There is a big difference between attention and abuse..." Yeah, sure, kid, we know that. But what you experienced was definitely the former and not the latter.

Do not judge my comment until you have seen this episode.

Political correctness taken to the furthest extremes is just too fascist for words, defeating its own noble purpose.

Who wants to live in a world where everybody conforms and is too afraid to make eye contact? The world exists, every living being is testimony to that fact, because the sexes find one another attractive. Let's never throw that away.

America, and Hollywood, wasn't created politically correct. Let's not have insipid scripts celebrating the insecurities of the immature.

Ooh, and Tamara Mello, you are way miscast, my dear, your tiny frame looks deliriously hot in that bare-backed dress.


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