Hellcats (2010–2011)
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The Prisoner's Song 

When Dan suggests the demo video needs a visual make-over, captain Savannah takes his advice to shoot it outdoors, despite major opposition lead by rival Alice. Criminal law professor ... See full summary »

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(inspired by the book "Cheer! Inside the Secret World of College Cheerleaders") (as Kate Torgovnick), (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Marti Perkins
... Savannah Monroe
... Lewis Flynn
... Alice Verdura
... Dan Patch
... Wanda Perkins (credit only)
... Julian Parrish
... Vanessa Lodge
... Bill Marsh
Craig Anderson ... Morgan Pepper
... Travis Guthrie
... Red Raymond
... Derrick Altman
... Darwin
Alana Randall ... Frankie
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When Dan suggests the demo video needs a visual make-over, captain Savannah takes his advice to shoot it outdoors, despite major opposition lead by rival Alice. Criminal law professor Julian Parrish is attempting to change a law which needlessly aggravates punishments. Marti however believes the claim of innocence of the grumpy convict whose case is to serve as precedent and promises to get him released, although Julian considers that beyond their means. Red Raymond surprises Derrick by first warning he plans to win Vanessa back and successfully triggering a bar brawl, then generously waving the option to file a complaint and have his rival fired, yet thus achieves a couple rift. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama

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6 October 2010 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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[after Dan's ideas fail to inspire the Hellcats]
Marti Perkins: Oh, Yoko.
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The Letter
Performed by Aly Michalka & Ben Cotton
Written by Wayne Carson Thompson
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I Love the song played in this episode!!
22 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

Aly and Ben both have amazing voices together.Ben has this soothing tone and Aly brings a raw emotion to it. They sing the song "the letter" and it is addicting. I wish they sold the complete song interrupted for mp3 or the soundtrack. For those of you who haven't seen or heard this episode it is a must. I would pay big bucks to see them in concert if it existed. Thats how good they are! I'ts also heartwarming to see their relationship grow as friends. It's a rare thing to find between a younger girl and older man. But they made it appropriate.I particularly enjoy this episode because of the song but this whole series is very entertaining. I wish this show did not cancel. Please WB bring back this show!


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