South of nowhere 1x06 girls guide to dating
Before Spencer can come to a conclusion to her sexual identity, Ashley interrupts and goes to hang out with a couple of surfer boys who claim they're from Hawaii.
Soon after this Spencer, frustrated by Ashley's lack of interest in her big decision, storms off and leaves.
Back at campus, police suspect a weapon is floating around campus and put the school on lock-down.
Now Clay, Glen, Aiden, Sean and Madison are forced to spend some quality time together.
Spencer and Ashley ditch school and go to the beach.
They spend the day at the ocean enjoying what southern California has to offer: sand, sun and surfers.
Live webisodes were also created to accompany each episode in the season 2 storyline, and were seen exclusively through The N’s website on the Click.
The show follows the lives of the members of the Carlin family as they adjust to moving from Ohio to Los Angeles, California.
This special episode features mainly exclusive scenes, a view of the brand new set and interviews with the cast and crew about the highly anticipated changes in season 6B.Characters use mature language, and both dialogue and characters are sexually charged." /Strong cast diversity and some good messages about self-esteem (a girl tells her date that she's working on being the woman of her own dreams, not his); on the other hand, one character emails a nude, doctored picture of her "enemy" to the entire student body and is publicly humiliated in retaliation, the characters do a lot of IMing/text messaging, and a teen boy looks at porn on the computer while "doing his homework." One character films her friends' stories about their "first time" one main character is a lesbian (whose relationship with her "straight" best friend is fraught with sexual tension); plenty of sexual innuendoes ("glad we don't shoot the same DNA," "[that shirt] says that you're happy not getting any," etc.); sexualized teen girls wear tiny skirts and shorts and cropped shirts.The boom mic pokes in and out of visibility a few times.Parents need to know that this edgy teen drama series openly discusses a range of complex topics, including sex, sexual orientation, adoption, loss of virginity, dating, and cyberbullying.