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KickBall 2: The Kickening 

Alex signs up the gang to participate in the Northside Kickball Classic tournament. However, self-appointed manager Max has difficulty bringing his players up to scratch - Dave has a ... See full summary »

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Alex signs up the gang to participate in the Northside Kickball Classic tournament. However, self-appointed manager Max has difficulty bringing his players up to scratch - Dave has a history of freezing at crucial moments after an unfortunate incident during a previous game, Penny uses the tournament as an opportunity to meet good-looking guys and refuses to put on appropriate footwear, while Jane abandons her friends altogether and started playing for another team. Written by jockteen10

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Shown worldwide as the season 2 finale. However, in the U.S. it was suspended to air the pilot of Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23. It was aired later as part of season 3. See more »

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At Dave's first shown at bat in the first game, the announcer says they are two outs away from losing. Dave strikes out and, during the rally, strikes out again. That should have been the game-ending third out. See more »

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References The Bad News Bears (1976) See more »

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22 July 2012 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

The episode is based on sport. The world is getting fatter and fatter and this episode is clearly trying to stimulate the young people into sports. Which they desperately need! Jane betrays the group by changing teams, and yet in the end they still remain loyal. Honestly, I expected a lot more from a last episode of one great season. I understand that this is a comedy show but its not a sitcom, we can have a little drama as well. In the end of this episode there might be a start in a new relationship between Penny and a Player. Its been two seasons without Alex and Dave to hook up and get married, so it might be a long ride. In the end we have that tension with an heroic song when everyone expects Dave not to suck, but then he does. Although it was a little expected to happen, still, remains good comedy. I am a little disappointed in Max relationships... he still hasn't found the one, in fact, i feel that he is isolated from any outside relationships. No booty calls nor casual boyfriends. Hopefully this would change... (just remember do not play with stereotypes...)

My advice to the producers: Be really unpredictable! BBC Canceled "happy endings" but they recently decided to renew it. I wonder...can we still have an happy ending?


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