Lilly is outraged when she realizes that even her friends are teasing the new kid who may or may not be gay. She starts an LGBT support group but everyone's against it except Harrison. Tensions in school slowly rise to a boiling point.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mary Cherry (credit only)
Jane McPherson (credit only)
Mike McQueen (credit only)
George Austin (as A.T. Montgomery)
Bryan Rose


In one of the most powerful episodes; homophobic behavior by members of her science class leads Lilly to launch a gay and lesbian support group at school, but her efforts create tension among her friends especially with Josh. A new student spray paints "Fag" across Lilly's locker in an attempt to hide his own feelings. Harrison is the first and only one of her friends to join her club after Josh drops out from an alteration in the boys locker room. Sugar Daddy joins the club after what happens in the locker room, having his own problems with discrimination because of how he looks. As each of the rest of the crew come to see different forms of discrimination they all begin to join Lilly's club. Carmen witnesses her new boss discriminate against a trio of black girls, the same group of girls that give Sam and George a hard time about their relationship, all but one of the girls who apologizes for her friends actions. On a "date" with the man she met at the frat party, Jamie, Brooke ... Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance





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9 March 2001 (USA)  »

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Lily Esposito: [someone has written FAG across her locker] Leave it on. I want people to see what hatred looks like.
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18 July 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

There is a song in this episode that I really love, but I don't know what it's called. It says something about 'What I do should be of no concern to you, or your friends'. The singer sounds a lot like Dido, but I'm not sure. Can anyone help me? Any other song names from the episode would be nice too.

Anyways, I really like this episode, it shows a lot of the hatred in this world that non-minorities, or non-persecuted don't often see. Only if we realize what we're doing, can we make an effort to stop it.

Any help regarding the initial query would be nice. I would post to the message boards, but as I do not have a credit card, cell phone or Amazon account, it won't let me verify my account so as to post anything.

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