The day of the exam results coincides with Chris's funeral. Barred by Chris's parents from attending Sid and Tony 'borrow' the coffin to pay their own respects,returning it in time for Jal ... See full summary »

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The day of the exam results coincides with Chris's funeral. Barred by Chris's parents from attending Sid and Tony 'borrow' the coffin to pay their own respects,returning it in time for Jal to make a moving oration. After the funeral Maxxie and his boyfriend move to London with Anwar - which upsets Sketch - whilst Sid heads for New York to look up Cassie. Michelle and Tony agree to stay together as they go up to university but Effy still ends up in Tony's bed. Written by don @ minifie-1

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14 April 2008 (UK)  »

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When Chris' father is telling Sid not to come to the funeral, the door behind Sid, which is open at first, becomes suddenly closed at the end of the scene. In fact, Chris' father opens it when he leaves. See more »

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Tony Stonem: She's thin, she's blond, she says wow a lot.
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References Step Up 2: The Streets (2008) See more »

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Season Two
19 May 2008 | by (prejudicemadeplausible.wordpress.com) – See all my reviews

Season Two of "Skins" is effectively the last season of the 'original generation'. It was a smart decision to stray away from the typical 'let's follow them into university/adult life' routine because this is a show about teenagers and that's how it should always be. Apparently season three will feature Effy, so there's always a way to tie up loose ends with beloved characters from the first two seasons (did Sid ever find Cassie?).

This season of "Skins" was more inconsistent than the first but also had far more depth and quality in its writing than in the first season. Episodes 7 and 9 in particular were brilliant. More depth, more character development make season two of Skins a less consistent but more rewarding experience than one.

7.9/10 (season average rating)


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