Jenna struggles to communicate with Matty, thinking that his remoteness is about their recent hookup when it is actually about a big discovery he is keeping to himself. Meanwhile Tamara questions Jake's musical talent.




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Jenna struggles to communicate with Matty, thinking that his remoteness is about their recent hookup when it is actually about a big discovery he is keeping to himself. Meanwhile Tamara questions Jake's musical talent.

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Despite senior status, some old issues from sophomore, and junior, year still haunt Jenna.
3 May 2014 | by ( – See all my reviews

Despite the season 3 finale implying Jenna was going to learn to be her own woman, among other things, it seems we are going to pretend that didn't happen. For, seemingly, without the foundation of her being set for college, her self-esteem has hit a new low and seemingly she looks toward Matty to fix this. Problem is, while Jenna is trying to make up for her wasted junior year, other people are focusing on problems which can be in their future.

Topic 1: Friendship Drama - Sadie

To start things off, with Sadie's secret of being poor revealed, you sort of get to understand why she wants to be cheer captain. For one, she is going to need a scholarship to go to college, and being that she isn't top of the class, everything helps. Also, it is the last remnant of her former power. However, with Lissa having said role, Sadie's only power is in her insults. Of which it seems only Jenna really gets.

But, with Sadie trying to be secretive about her job, especially since Lissa can't keep her mouth shut, she tries to leave practice early and seemingly gets kicked off the team. This ultimate betrayal puts Lissa and Sadie's friendship in jeopardy and makes for some very odd scenes. In a way, it also looks like a slight jab at Faking It the way Sadie and Lissa act when it comes to their relationship, but it all ends well with their version of a bromance seemingly coming back together. Well, except for Sadie still not being cheer captain.

Topic 2: Relationship Drama - Tamara

Those two aren't the only ones with relationship issues though. With Tamara elevating herself, Jake seems lost and his venture into music isn't the most welcomed change, as the season premiere alluded to. What makes things worse though is that Tamara increasingly is giving underhanded compliments, if that, and Jake is getting tired of having a non- supportive girlfriend.

However, Tamara thinks the two of them are fine, and seemingly wants them to be together solely because she wants to do all the things a senior couple would do. Love, and the fact he was her first, I feel are secondary. Unfortunately for her though, it seems Jake has had enough and decides to breakup. Which, at first, seemingly bothers Tamara, but with her toothbrush and a stacked schedule, she seems ready to move on to greener pastures.

Topic 3: Relationship Drama - Jenna

Leaving us with Jenna who seems so unlike that cool, calm, and collected girl we left last season with. The blow of being so low on the class ranking has seemingly sent her character almost back to the girl we met sophomore year. She is insecure, almost begging for validation from Matty, and just plain lost. What doesn't help matters though is she has an accident during Jake's video shoot which leads to a chipped tooth, and her mom just figuring that getting her teeth pulled minas well be done during the procedure.

With this, Jenna is forced to reflect a lot and rather than try to find that girl who seemingly was going to dominate senior year, she finds herself right back to wondering why Matty isn't texting her back, ignoring her, and acting so strange? For, after them having sex, he is sort of acting like how he used to when he was ashamed of her. So, once her mouth heals from her teeth being pulled, she goes off on Matty not realizing that perhaps he may have his own issues. For while, as she notes, he is not a man of many words, we musn't forget that his family has gone through a lot. Be it his parents' divorce, or the issues of his brother, just because Matty sometimes seems simple doesn't mean he has a simple life. In fact, something is revealed to him which makes him want to go to a faraway college which will get him away from his family. Said reveal? He is adopted. Something which, seemingly, Matty likely didn't want to burden Jenna with since their relationship is hardly defined. Are they screw buddies, friends again, trying to mend their relationship, or what? Either way, Jenna pushing to make Matty's silence about her, as he deals with this new information, will surely not help whatever perception he had of what they could be.

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