Jen calls things off with Mark, Erin deals with the consequences of hooking up with Gil, the war rages on between Anika and Chris, Derek is arrested, Scott confronts Brenda about their relationship, ...
Mark discovers Laurel is moving back to Toronto. At the same time, Jen enlists his help to stop Derek from taking off to Mexico. Erin thinks her feelings for Kevin are reciprocated till she finds out...
"Student Bodies" is the weekly newspaper at fictional Thomas A. Edison High School, where this teenage sitcom takes place. It mixes real-life characters with cartoon segments in between ... See full summary »
During Christmas holidays, the children of a small village split themselves into two groups and begin preparing a week-long snowball war. The rivalry opens up tension among group members, especially leaders Luc and Sophie.
Marie-Pierre A. D'Amour,
I keep waiting for Britney Spears or someone from N'Sync to walk onto the set of this pathetic so-called show. Honestly, I cannot believe this show would last long. High school teenybopper shows ara a dime a dozen these days, and this show is no different. Take a bunch of stick-skinny, highly sexual teen characters and place them in a high school atmosphere: what do we get? A lot of teens mouthing off to each other and talking about who slept with whom. I remember 'Fifteen' and 'Welcome Freshman' from my younger Nickelodeon days, and at least those shows had some body and plot. The only episode I saw of Edgemont was a major turn-off, and I hope I never have to see it again. I regret what we are teaching our teens these days...
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