Brooke and Carmen are invited under false pretenses to a predatory college party. Josh, George and Harrison try to get in uninvited. Nicole's biological mom isn't what she seems. Sam and Lily have a fun family evening with Jane and Mike.



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Mary Cherry (credit only)
George Austin (as A.T. Montgomery)
Mary Lou Parker
Judy Julian

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After another food fight at school, Brooke and Carmen decide they are so over high school and high school boys. During breakfast Nicole asks her mother to take a look at her college essay on what it is like to be adopted, revealing to her mother that she has found her birth mother wanting the two to meet. Nicole's mother refuses to meet or hear her name ever again. Sam is feeling guilty that she has hurt Harrison, George try to sway her fears about him not wanting to talk to her again, giving her a kiss that Harrison sees, and Sam notices Harrison walking by. During a college fair at Kennedy High, Brooke is invited to a frat party by a sorority sister she meets. Brooke talks Carmen, Lilly and Sam into going along with her. When Josh and George come along smuggling cookie doe in to throw the girls all decide to go. Nicole and her mother meet with Ms. Glass about her options when Nicole's birth mother arrives having invited her to the parent teacher conference. Shaggy is given the cold ... Written by Ron Storey

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Comedy | Drama | Romance





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2 March 2001 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon a quote from William Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar" (Act I, Scene II): "But, for my own part, it was Greek to me". See more »


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