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Former "Saturday Night Live" writer Anne Beatts looked back at her own painful adolescence for this character-driven sitcom about skinny Patty Greene and brace-faced Lauren Hutchinson, two bright but nerdy Weemawee High School freshmen who make doomed attempts to join the "in" crowd, which includes spoiled rich girl Jennifer DeNuccio and preppy head cheerleader Muffy Tepperman. At least Patty and Lauren have a pair of friends in class clown Marshall Blechtman and New Wave music maven Johnny Slash.

Latest episodes

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Patty knows why she and Lauren are suddenly popular.
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Johnny Slash gains popularity with a home run hitting streak.
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A substitute teacher (Bill Murray) wreaks havoc.
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Lauren and Patty try to save their teacher, who is fired for unconventional teaching methods.
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Lauren's new infatuation could end in a fall.
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Patty is chosen for a TV quiz show; guest Martin Mull.
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Lauren and Patty play practical jokes but someone else gets the credit.
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Patty tries to prove that glasses decrease popularity at school.
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Jennifer takes a job in a fast food joint.
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Muffy leaves Patty and Lauren off her guest list.
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Marshall appoints himself as Johnny's manager.
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Patty and Lauren investigate a scandal regarding the school mascot.
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Marshall's science-fair project causes romantic chaos.
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An in-crowd Halloween party turns into a nightmare.
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Lauren convinces Patty to go out for girls' football.
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Father Guido Sarducci exorcises Marshall after he becomes addicted to video games.
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School-musical lead Vinnie notices co-star Patty.
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High-school students Patty and Lauren try to click with the "in" crowd.

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