If the world wasn't strange enough, this episode perceives the world through the eyes of Cassie. A world in which you receive messages through your food. A world in which the guy you are ... See full summary »

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If the world wasn't strange enough, this episode perceives the world through the eyes of Cassie. A world in which you receive messages through your food. A world in which the guy you are interested in only has eyes for your best friend, who only has eyes for his best friend. And a world in which the only person you can talk to is your taxi driver. Welcome to the calm in storm of the surreal. Written by Headblade

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When Cassie finds the note that says "Eat!" on it, the appearance of the handwriting of the word changes when she sticks the note on the bus window. See more »

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Sid: How do you do it?
Cassie: What?
Sid: Come on, Cass. I mean you never eat anything. Your parents must notice or something. I dunno.
Cassie: I like you, Sid.
Sid: ...Okay.
Cassie: So, I'm going to show you.
[begins cutting up food]
Cassie: You have to do a lot of talking. I'm good at talking. You do that while you're cutting things up, a lot. And then, questions.
[lifts fork to her mouth, stops]
Cassie: Where's your student card?
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References Jerry Maguire (1996) See more »

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Nobody cares about Cassie
20 July 2010 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

When there's Cassie around, you always have a magnificent Skins episode, like this, that's able to make you see the world through someone's else eyes. I feel sorry for Cassie, because she doesn't deserve the parents she got (I mean, which mother is so heartless that doesn't even care about her daughter's health situation?), she doesn't deserve the friends she got (it seems that nobody wants to watch at her problems. See Michelle, that calls her "crazy bitch". She's drunken and half asleep, but there's the famous saying "in vino veritas".. you know what I mean?). The only light for her could be Sid, but Sid has his own issues.

Painful the way teachers and educational system are depicted here.


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