It's Thomas Friedken's 45th birthday, and Julianne decides to give him a key to her apartment as a birthday gift. Erica stumbles across something that makes her think Julianne's gift may ... See full summary »

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It's Thomas Friedken's 45th birthday, and Julianne decides to give him a key to her apartment as a birthday gift. Erica stumbles across something that makes her think Julianne's gift may not be the best idea, but doesn't know if telling Julianne this secret is the best idea either. Dr. Tom thinks this situation is reminiscent of a time when Erica was a high school senior. Jenny had as her target a quiet but overachieving classmate named Fiona Watt, who Jenny tormented until Fiona left school never to return. Erica knew what Jenny was doing, and even to this day feels that she herself was a part of that torment because she knew and did nothing to stop it. Going back to high school, Erica believes she has fixed the problem between Jenny and Fiona by bandaging the symptoms, until she learns the underlying reasons for Jenny's actions. This understanding makes Erica realize what she has to do with Julianne and her current situation, and what she has to do with the tense situation between ... Written by Huggo

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Shhh... Don't Tell (#2.6)
21 August 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I hate Erica and I hate what this show is becoming, it was so great in the first season, but now...

I couldn't stand to have a friend like Erica. Especially in high school, she is so annoying, boring and an arrogant know it all.

And I hate what this show is making of Jenny. She was a great character, fun, outgoing the opposite of Erica and they want to show us that it was because of her having an affair with a teacher in school. Sure, how can one be someone who is not a prude but free spirited, happy and not obsessed with getting a boring housewife unless one went through something bad. Poor, poor Jenny, now we know why she has fun in life.

I can't stand Erica's face when she tells someone something, looking all so sad and ready to do the good thing and be everyone's saviour, barf I hate what she did to her co workers today. I wished Meeri would have punched her in the face. I hope Brent will bring her down, to the garbage where she belongs.


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