The new controversial hit pop music video that promotes promiscuity and sex causes moral panic among teachers and parents. Sam's mom finds an unused condom in her daughter's drawer. Worried, she has an in-depth talk with embarrassed Sam and Brooke about the birds and the bees. Brooke bets Sam that Sam can't find a boyfriend before the big family dinner and Sam bets Brooke that Brooke can't show that her relationship with Josh is more than simple physical attraction. Brooke agrees to bring Josh to their first big family dinner and Sam gets her friend and Carmen's older brother Lou, who now works as a tennis coach, to pretend to be her boyfriend for the dinner. She realizes she has a crush on him. The controversial song proves to be highly popular among the high-schoolers, especially April Tuna's geek squad, and everyone starts talking about sex. Lily with Harrison's help starts promoting condoms and safe sex, despite the school's ban on these and nurse Glass' strong protest. Several ...
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You track down that personal shopper, find a hole in Gwynnie's schedule.
Michael 'Sugar Daddy' Bernardino
I barely know the guy!
If I wanted your opinion, the subject would be pancakes. Dial!
References Sleepless in Seattle