Ready or Not (1993–1997)
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White Girls Can't Jump 

Busy thinks about trying out for the basketball team. Troy has a girl for a lab partner, who is also black, and Busy starts to feel insecure about her relationship with Troy. Things get ... See full summary »

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Amanda Zimm
Lani Billard ...
Busy Ramone
Gerry Mendicino ...
Sam Ramone
Nadia Duggin ...
Eve
Joseph Griffin ...
Manny Ramone
Fab Filippo ...
Dom Ramone
Noah Plener ...
Frankie Ramone
Omari Moore ...
Troy Edwards
Toya Alexis ...
Cathy (as Latoya Lesmond)
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Mr. Boyle
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Coach
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Busy thinks about trying out for the basketball team. Troy has a girl for a lab partner, who is also black, and Busy starts to feel insecure about her relationship with Troy. Things get tense when Eve, Troy's lab partner, starts to compete with Busy for Troy's attention. The girls begin to bicker after a game a fling racial slurs at each other. Eve gets the upper hand by telling Troy about Busy being racist. Busy gets ousted from the team but ultimately decides to participate in the next game. Eve admits to saying racially insensitive things about Busy in front of Troy. Eve and Busy try to realize that their issue is less about race and more about fighting over a boy. Written by Danika Stefanich

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