Awkward.: Season 4, Episode 4

Sophomore Sluts (6 May 2014)

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Jenna and Tamara have found formidable rivals in the form of the "Sophomore Sluts" for the Spirit Week title, and, more importantly, for Matty and Jake's attention.



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Jenna and Tamara have found formidable rivals in the form of the "Sophomore Sluts" for the Spirit Week title, and, more importantly, for Matty and Jake's attention.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance



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It's senior girls versus sophomore sluts, and Jenna is the culprit of some friendly fire.
19 May 2014 | by ( – See all my reviews

It is very weird to me how the show can go from seemingly like it is going to be deep and talk about personal issues some can relate to, and then go off and just be a slightly out there teen comedy. But, perhaps that is what makes this show lovable. Hence why we have Jenna's character who acts as a sort of Debby Downer, then Tamara, Sadie, and everyone else, who helps liven things up.

Topic 1: Interpreting the Bible - Sadie

One way or another, Sadie plans on being cheer captain. Perhaps this maybe become a weekly venture for her? As for this episode's attempt, she tries using the bible against Lissa, who has thrown away any sense of interest in being Muslim, in order to become cheer captain. She talks about how Judas and Lissa has the same amount of letters; how Jesus would feel about cheer outfits; and really tries to twist poor Lissa's love for Jesus so that she could finally get what she wants. It doesn't happen though.

Topic 2: Catfish - Tamara

With spirit week in full force, Tamara not only has her duties as president, but now she has taken on the task of catfishing Jake using a name like "Autumn San Diego" which has to be the fakest name I have ever heard. Yet, Jake seemingly hasn't caught on yet. But, despite how much Tamara gives Jenna advice on moving on, it seems she is still unable to venture out and maybe find a new guy, or just be single.

Topic 3: Replaced – Jenna & Matty

Leaving us with the star of the show: Jenna. She is sinking worse and worse each episode since the only person who validates her existence seems to be, well no one honestly. Her mom still looks to live vicariously through her; Tamara wants to have the best senior year ever, almost by any means possible, and with her boyfriend dumping her, she wants to at least have senior moments with her best friend; and with Matty trying to revert their relationship back to them being sex buddies, she really has no one really trying to stick up for her it seems.

Then, to make things worse, she watches as new girl Eva swoops in, Mackenzie, and what are known as the sophomore sluts. All of which are hanging all over Matty and Jake in the skimpiest outfits ever. If they wore any less, this would look like soft-core porn on HBO. That aside, as the seniors lose game after game, Jenna tries to use their last chance, powder-puff football, as her comeuppance. Sadly for her though, they get trampled.

But while we watch Jenna have the blues about losing Matty, you can kind of see Matty act like how Jenna did last season, minus the drugs. He is essentially trying to escape and, as we know, has thus far been doing it through sex, but now he is really getting reckless. However, we get a few extra details in his adoption situation to understand why. For one, his parents and him have yet to talk about the adoption issue, and it is mostly because they aren't aware he knows. And he tries to have a talk with his mom about it, but since she thinks what he is looking to talk about is the dent in his car, he decides to drop the subject.

One thing missing though is that, while Eva says she'll back off for she is "chicks before dicks," I must admit I would like to know what did they talk about? After all, this adoption plot is probably the biggest thing to happen to Matty which wasn't something just put out there and scarcely visited. The situation with his brother I think was only talked about a handful of times, and outside of his brother, his focus has pretty much been on Jenna, or his story has been mostly about his place in Jenna's life. But with this, as he does like Tamara and gets his own problems, which actually get focused on, I feel like we need to really be let into these chats. Much less, can they do something about Jake because with him not having Tamara, his relevance slips more and more each episode.

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