When Emma tells Manny that her parents are out of town for the weekend. Manny decides to have a party at Emma's. J.T. tells them they should have it for Liberty's birthday so they do. ... See full summary »

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Paige Michalchuk (credit only)
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Jimmy Brooks (as Aubrey Graham) (credit only)
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When Emma tells Manny that her parents are out of town for the weekend. Manny decides to have a party at Emma's. J.T. tells them they should have it for Liberty's birthday so they do. However, when everybody finds out about the party, Manny learns that it was a mistake. The students at Lakehurst come to the party but start trouble and are thrown out. By the end of the night, someone will lose their life Written by Ryan

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Drama | Romance

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26 January 2007 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Ryan Cooley (JT Yorke) chose to leave the show to attend acting college. See more »

Quotes

Manny: Does Mexico know you've taken all their Tequila?
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We do Supersonic
Written by Kirby Ian Anderson
Performed by Shinjuku Zulu
Courtesy of Neuphoria Recordings
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very intense
10 January 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I am not an emotional person, however I almost cried watching this episode. JT was one of my favorite characters, I've watched him since he started the show, and he grew up right there on the screen Knowing that he never got to tell Liberty the fact that he still loved her, was in my view one of the saddest things that could of happened.

I love how they got the emotions of everybody down to the nines. I really gripping and compelling episode I have never felt so much empathy for this show since Jimmy was shot.

It was very well done, I wish they had picked a character that I didn't like as much, but not everything could work out that way. Keep up the great work and I hope that everybody can see the impacts that happen in Candian Schools everyday


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