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The News of My Death Has Been Greatly Exaggerated 

News of April Tuna's sudden death make everyone face their prejudices about her and finally appreciate her. Josh is inducted into the secret Mullet Society. Sam learns that Harrison loves her. The new lunch lady may be Nicole's birth mom.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brooke McQueen
Sam McPherson
Lily Esposito
Harrison John
Carmen Ferrara
Josh Ford
Nicole Julian
Michael 'Sugar Daddy' Bernardino (credit only)
Mary Cherry
Jane McPherson (credit only)
Mike McQueen (credit only)
Bobbi Glass
Principal Calvin Krupps
Mary Lou Parker
Emory Dick


Upon car pooling to school (after Mary crashed her car on the way to Glamazon practice) Lilly, Sam, Brooke, Carmen and Mary Cherry talk about not having any regrets they come upon a car accident involving whom they believe to be April Tuna. Sam says she does have one regret, not being able to say goodbye to April Tuna. News of her passing quickly spreads through the school, the facts getting a bit stretched, as well as Josh's mullet. Mary Cherry and Bobbi Glass scheme to get a day off from school on Friday in their grief. Unfortunately Krupps decides to call in a grief councilor, which Ms. Glass would rather her take herself elsewhere. Calamity is a bit more out spoken and louder then Ms. Glass, Calamity also taking a shot at Josh's mullet. She talks of the steps. Nicole runs into the new lunch lady Mary Lou Parker who wears a broach that Nicole seems to like telling her about her dead natural mother. Nicole also having a similar broach. Sam runs into Nicole in the Novack telling her ... Written by Ron Storey

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23 February 2001 (USA)  »

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