10 Things I Hate About You Spoilers (Season 1): Photos & Promos

Look for a major rager at the Stratford house (apparently daddy Stratford is MIA for the night), wherein one of the sisters kisses a boy and the other one gets so drunk that the next morning she can’t remember what she did with the object of her affection. (Watch With Kristin)

10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.08 – Dance Little Sister – Press Release

BIANCA FORCES KAT’S FIRST DATE WITH PATRICK AT PADUA HIGH’S FALL FLING DANCE IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU,” TUESDAY, AUGUST 25 AT 8:00 PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY

When Bianca gets asked to Padua High’s Fall Fling by Beau Bradley, the captain of the soccer team, she sets out to convince Patrick to take Kat to the dance since their father has prohibited Bianca from dating until Kat does. Will Patrick give in to Bianca’s plea? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “10 Things I Hate About You,” premiering Tuesday, August 25, 2009 (8:00 – 8:30 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Dance Little Sister,” was directed by Gil Junger and written by Barry Safchik and Michael Platt.

Meanwhile, Cameron overhears Beau talking about taking Bianca to a hotel after the dance, so he puts into action a plan that will help keep a watchful eye over her and thwart any advances by Beau.

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10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.08 – Dance Little Sister – Promotional Photos

10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU – “Dance Little Sister” – When Bianca gets asked to Padua High’s Fall Fling by Beau Bradley, the captain of the soccer team, she sets out to convince Patrick to take Kat to the dance since their father has prohibited Bianca from dating until Kat does. Will Patrick give in to Bianca’s plea? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “10 Things I Hate About You,” premiering Tuesday, August 25, 2009 (8:00 – 8:30 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Dance Little Sister,” was directed by Gil Junger and written by Barry Safchik and Michael Platt. (ABC FAMILY/ERIC MCCANDLESS) MEAGHAN MARTIN, NICHOLAS BRAUN

(Copyright © 2008 ABC, Inc. / ERIC MCCANDLESS)

10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.07 – Light My Fire – Press Release

BIANCA FINALLY TAKES A STAND AGAINST CHASTITY WHILE PATRICK AND KAT SHARE A SPECIAL ROOFTOP MOMENT, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU” TUESDAY, AUGUST 18 AT 8:00 PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY

When local residents are evacuated to Padua High during a brushfire emergency, Bianca tries to use the crisis as yet another opportunity to win over Chastity. In order to please her, Bianca must set out to find a private room in the school for Chastity. Just how much longer will Bianca put up with Chastity’s spoiled personality? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series “10 Things I Hate About You” premiering Tuesday, August 18, 2009 (8:00 – 8:30 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Light My Fire,” was directed by Gil Junger and written by Stefanie Leder.

Meanwhile, Patrick tries to find an opportunity alone with Kat to confess his feelings, but he fears the panic from the brushfire might ruin his chances. As it turns out, Patrick and Kat do find a moment together on the school’s rooftop. But with their temperamental relationship, will they make the most of that time? Will Patrick get to tell Kat how he feels about her?
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10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.07 – Light My Fire – Promotional Photos



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10 Things I hate About You – Latest from Kristin

I adore 10 Things I Hate About You’s Kat and Patrick. What’s ahead for them? Will the show keep the movie plot of Patrick being
paid to date Kat?There are no payoff plotlines for the TV version of 10 Things I Hate About You’s Kat and Patrick. However, they will hang out at her house in episode seven (titled “Light My Fire”), and we’re pretty sure that leads to some kissage! Oh, and Kat and Patrick end up going to a school dance together, only it doesn’t work out as romantically as in the movie. Source: E!Online

10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.06 – You Can’t Always Get Want You Want – Press Release

BIANCA SPICES UP HER NEW REALITY WEB SHOW WITH A KISS, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU,” PREMIERING TUESDAY, AUGUST 11 AT 8:00 PM ET/PT ON ABC FAMILY

In order to help earn money for a shopping trip with Chastity, Bianca and her friend Dawn ask Cameron for help in setting up a new web reality show. It doesn’t take long before the girls realize that, to get more viewers, they have to spice things up a bit. Just how far will Bianca go to make her webcast more popular? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series “10 Things I Hate About You,” premiering Tuesday, August 11, 2009 (8:00 – 8:30 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “You Can’t Always Get Want You Want,” was directed by Gil Junger and written by Jon Ross.

Meanwhile, when Kat feels the grading system in one of her classes is too lenient, she complains to the school administration about her teacher’s generosity with grades. Luckily (or not) for Kat, the school counselor has a personal vendetta against this particular teacher. But in the end, the whole experience leads to some self-realizations that Kat didn’t expect.
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10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.06 – Promotional Photos



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10 Things I Hate About You – Lesbianism?

But it’s not what you think…
As far as we know Bianca’s still heterosexual (not that there’s anything wrong with that), but she is trying to get attention/approval by producing a web series, and her groundbreaking idea for creating a hit is to make out with another chick on camera.

For more on this article click here at E!Online

10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.05 – Don’t Give Up – Press Release

KAT FACES OFF WITH HER FELLOW SHOP CLASS STUDENTS, WHILE BIANCA GETS A NEW LAB PARTNER, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU,” PREMIERING TUESDAY, AUGUST 4 ON ABC FAMILY

Determined to become an active environmentalist, Kat enrolls in shop class to convert her gas-guzzling car into a biodiesel vehicle. As the only girl in the class, Kat realizes that she needs to do more than fix cars to break the stereotype that girls can do anything boys can do. Will she be able to show the guys up in class, including Patrick Verona? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series “10 Things I Hate About You,” premiering Tuesday, August 4, 2009 (8:00 – 8:30 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Don’t Give Up,” was directed by Phil Traill and written by Lauren Lungerich.

Meanwhile, Bianca becomes lab partners with Joey to raise his chemistry grade so he can play football. Her motivation to help him? Chastity promises Bianca the chance to take off her Penguin costume and give her a spot as a real cheerleader for Friday’s game, if Joey plays. However, her task proves to be much more difficult than she originally thinks as, Joey has other ideas, believing he should pursue modeling over football.
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10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.05 – Don’t Give Up – Promotional Pictures

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10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.04 – Don’t Give a Damn About My Bad Reputation – Press Release

TRASH TALK GETS THE STRATFORD GIRLS IN TROUBLE, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU,” PREMIERING TUESDAY, JULY 28 ON ABC FAMILY

After Bianca falsely tells Chastity that she’s dating an older guy to try to rid herself of her goody two-shoes reputation, Chastity sees Bianca “canoodling” with her geometry teacher and instantly starts the rumor around school that the two are dating. What happens when Bianca’s attempt at being popular ends up turning her into the subject of some really juicy gossip? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series “10 Things I Hate About You,” premiering Tuesday, July 28, 2009 (8:00 – 8:30 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Don’t Give a Damn About My Bad Reputation,” was directed by Gil Junger and written by Erin Ehrlich.

While Bianca is dealing with her own mess, Kat and Patrick are sent to detention together for garbage duty after the two get into some trash talk of their own on campus. Then suddenly, an unexpected incident – OK – Kat accidently stabs Patrick’s foot with a trash stick – sends him to the school nurse. In yet another unexpected turn of events, Kat gets to know Patrick in a new way.
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10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.04 – Don’t Give a Damn About My Bad Reputation – Promotional Photos

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10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.03 – Won’t Get Fooled Again – Press Release

THE STRATFORD SISTERS ARE EACH SNEAKY IN THEIR OWN WAY, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU,” PREMIERING TUESDAY, JULY 21 ON ABC FAMILY

Bianca’s determination to get to a party with some of the coolest kids in school leads her to turn for help to Cameron who, of course, is perfectly willing to do whatever she needs. But it also could get her in trouble with her dad, who has forbidden her from attending the party. Will she be successful in her party pursuit? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “10 Things I Hate About You,” premiering Tuesday, July 21, 2009 (8:00 – 8:30 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” was directed by Gil Junger and written by Barry Safchik & Michael Platt.

Meanwhile, when Patrick discovers that he and Kat have similar musical tastes, he invites her to an upcoming Filthy Souls concert, which is the same night of Bianca’s big party. In order to see the band, she needs to get a fake ID. Is spending time with Patrick worth the risk of getting busted? And when Bianca asks Kat for help in getting to her party, will Kat come to the aid of her little sister?
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10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.03 – Won’t Get Fooled Again – Promotional Photos

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10 Things I Hate About You – Latest from Kristin

Have you seen 10 Things I Hate About You yet? I loved the movie, and I can’t decide whether to be intrigued or irritated by the idea of a TV show. Jen here: I don’t want to speak for my compatriots, but the Valley girl in me must say this: OMG, you guys, it’s so awesome. 10 Thing I Hate About You the TV show is hella funny (thanks to the likes of original movie castmember Larry Miller, who played/plays the dad), the show runner talks openly about being inspired by teen TV greats Buffy the Vampire Slayer and My So-Called Life, and Ethan Peck (who plays Patrick Verona, the Heath Ledger part) is at the beginning of a superstar arc that will knock us all back like we were hit with the blast wave of an asteroid hitting Earth. Watch this show so you can say you knew him when. Meanwhile, check out the promo music video now (because “I Want You to Want Me” is never not good tunes) and then swing back here after the July 7 premiere for more scoop on the season-one kisses, including some hot girl-on-girl action. Source: E!Online

10 Things I Hate About You – Episode 1.02 – I Want You to Want Me – Press Release & Promotional Photos

FLOWERS FOR SALE! BIANCA’S FLOWER FUNDRAISER RAISES MORE QUESTIONS THAN MONEY, AS EVERYONE (INCLUDING KAT) WONDERS IF THEY WILL GET A CARNATION, IN AN ALL-NEW EPISODE OF “10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU,” TUESDAY, JULY 14 ON ABC FAMILY

In an attempt to impress Chastity, Bianca comes up with an idea for a fundraiser for the cheerleading squad. But her plan to hold a carnation sale ends up raising not just money, but some questions as well. How many flowers will Bianca receive? Will Cameron have the courage to express his feelings? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “10 Things I Hate About You,” Tuesday, July 14, 2009 (8:00 – 8:30 PM ET/PT). The episode, entitled “I Want You to Want Me,” was directed by Gil Junger and written by Carter Covington.

While Bianca anxiously awaits the delivery of her carnations, Kat has attracted a stalker of sorts whom she runs into in the girl’s bathroom – yes, super creepy! She also begins to wonder secretly — of course she would never admit it – if Patrick just might send her a carnation.

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10 Things I Hate About You – Press Release, Promos and Promotional Photos

10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU,” THE NEW ORIGINAL SERIES BY ABC FAMILY, LAUNCHES THIS SUMMER ON TUESDAY, JULY 7 AT 8:00PM ET/PT

Series to be Directed by Gil Junger (Who Also Directed the 1999 Hit Film)

Larry Miller to Reprise His Role as the Father of the Stratford Sisters, Portrayed by Lindsey Shaw and Meaghan Martin

Ethan Peck (Gregory Peck’s Grandson) Takes on the Role of Patrick Verona, Originated by Heath Ledger in 1999 Film

ABC Family premieres its new original series, “10 Things I Hate About You,” a half-hour, single-cam series inspired by the 1999 hit movie of the same name, on Tuesday, July 7 (8:00 – 8:30 p.m. ET/PT). Gill Junger, who directed the movie, will be at the helm of the ABC Family series through its first several episodes, and the weekly series will be executive-produced by Carter Covington (“Greek”). Larry Miller will also reprise his role as Walter Stratford, the over-protective father to the Stratford sisters — Kat, a feminist with a razor-sharp tongue, portrayed by Lindsey Shaw (“Aliens in America”), and Bianca, a girl with a plan to climb the social ladder at her new school, portrayed by Meaghan Martin (“Camp Rock”). Ethan Peck (“Adopt a Sailor”) takes on the role of resident bad boy Patrick Verona (originated by Heath Ledger in the 1999 film). Peck is the grandson of the legendary Gregory Peck. Nicholas Braun (“Princess Protection Program”) will portray Cameron James, Padua High’s “nice guy,” and Dana Davis (“Heroes”) will portray head cheerleader Chastity Church.

“As huge fans of the ’10 Things I Hate About You’ film, it was very important to us that this new series carry on its spirit, and at the same time introduce new stories and characters that will resonate with the movie’s fans and our Millennial audience,” said Kate Juergens, EVP, Original Programming and Development, ABC Family. “With director Gil Junger helming the series and Larry Miller back as the father to the Stratford girls, the film’s unique charm is alive and well.”

The half-hour series will center on the Stratford sisters, Kat and Bianca, as they start at their new high school with very contradictory goals. Kat is a strong-willed, in-your-face feminist who is looking to save the world and get out of high school as fast as she can. Bianca is a social butterfly whose only concern is that she be popular, at any cost. As they both start out on a bumpy year at Padua High, can the girls find what it is they want navigating the popular crowd, boys and their over-protective Dad?

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The Secret Life of the American Teenager Season 2 Episode Recaps

‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager’: Not exactly a top party school

Source: Zap2it.com Recaps

For some reason, it never struck me before the opening scenes on tonight’s “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” that so many of the kids in that school have lost a parent. I actually think the notion of having a support group for those kids makes complete and total sense… no wonder the meeting didn’t go well.

Madison wasn’t really a help in that conversation, but Madison is never really a help with anything, is she? She certainly ought to have been smarter than to allow a picture of a very pregnant Amy in the yearbook. Not a terribly friend-like thing to do, was it? And, as Madison and Lauren remind us every time they appear on the show – you know, once every four episodes – they’re Amy’s best friends.

Forget that crazy Madison though, let’s head straight to the meat of things – Ben and the prostitute, aka Betty, aka the Sausage King’s potential new queen. Ben spilled the beans tonight about Betty’s occupation, and it turns out that Leo knew all along. Leo made the claim that Betty has quit her one-time profession. I’m not quite sure I accept that, do you?

Elsewheres, wouldn’t life be great if Amy was slightly less whiny? How can she possibly be surprised that she has classes to make up? Surely she recognized that there were only so many classes she could miss in a school year before getting an incomplete. Oh, wait, we’re talking about Amy here, the girl who thinks that she can leave her child for two months to go to Italy, leave her job for two months to go to Italy, and that she deserves a part-time job that gives her full benefits and where they watch her child for free, and, and, and. Once you consider that, her shock makes complete sense.

You can fight me as much as you want about George and Anne not being right for each other, but come on, you can’t actually argue that David is the right guy. He’s already done the surprise house thing and now this week he did the surprise parent meeting. What, exactly, is wrong with that man? Is he so insecure with who he is and his standing with Anne that he can’t be upfront about anything? Anne already had a deceptive spouse in George, does she want to go through that again? She can’t marry David. She shouldn’t marry David. You know I’m right.

Bits and pieces:

  • How great was it that Ashley set George straight tonight? That alleged troublemaker has been quiet for way too long. Too bad George didn’t take the advice.
  • Good for Ricky, wanting John with him on his first night in his new place. Not surprised that Adrian couldn’t handle it though.
  • Is it in any way possible that Adrian’s parents were okay with her having made an offer on George’s house? Shouldn’t there have been some sort of discussion about that?
  • Does anyone else out there have a lot of trouble seeing Grace as being in mourning? I know that she claims to be in mourning, but nothing else about her really gives off that vibe. I don’t know what I want, but I’m sure it starts with dark, modest clothes, not bright low-cut tops and miniskirts.
  • Molina is leaving the school… and there was a moment I thought that he was supposed to be a real character on the show (after that he disappeared for months on end).
  • Does anyone else get the sense that tonight’s episode was supposed to have been last season’s finale?

‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager’: Secrets and lies and foolishness

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The Secret Life of the American Teenager” has more secrets running around than you can shake a stick at, and they don’t all revolve around the American teenager. At some point they’re going to need to start issuing a scorecard and program with the show. It’s just great, isn’t it?

I can’t imagine what world Amy lives in that she really thinks that she can go to Italy. That whole thing about “exposing” John to other cultures almost sounded like she believed… almost. Plus, Ricky was right, Amy can’t take John out of the country without Ricky’s permission. She could lie to Passport Control and say that Ben was the father, and that seems like the kind of thing she would do, but breaking a federal law like that may be a worse idea than her quitting her daycare job to go to Italy. And that, friends, is a terrible idea.

I think though that I’m beginning to understand where Anne is coming from a little bit more when she tries to do things like get Amy to make her eggs. Anne definitely comes across a little harsh and whiny from time to time, but it seems as though she’s just doing it to make Amy hear what she, Amy, sounds like. Or, it could be that Anne’s just as irresponsible as Ricky’s foster mom thinks she is.

Ummm… I don’t know how to ask this, but is Betty still a “woman of the night?” Does she still work in the “oldest profession?” Is she still “sleeping with men who leave cash on the nightstand and who tip her based on her performance in that piece of furniture that generally sits next to the nightstand?” I’m only asking because when Ben asked Betty about her arrival time in court she flubbed the answer and then there was that conversation later with Tom. Obviously she’s not a court reporter, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that she’s still getting paid to do what they can teach you all about in Bologna. Can you imagine what the conversation between Leo and Ben is going to be once Ben finds out about Betty’s job (whether it’s current or not)?

Ricky. He wants to be legally emancipated and thinks that his being a 16-year-old father shows that he’s all grown up? Call me kooky, but it’s kind of odd to use teenage pregnancy as an explanation of just how responsible you are. Yes, it’s great that he’s trying to work more over the summer and Leo’s getting him an apartment is nice (especially such a huge place), but that doesn’t mean that he ought to be emancipated.

Why did Grace tell everyone that George lied about the vasectomy? George helped her when she was feeling horrific, gave her a shoulder to cry on, and that’s how she repays him? That girl is going to completely mess up my plans for George and Anne getting back together, and that’s not the sort of thing I can accept. I don’t know what I’m going to do about it, but it’s not going to be pretty.

Ben telling Amy about the vasectomy was wholly predictable, as was – sadly – the fact that he’d do it in awkward, horrible fashion. Far less predictable was the fact that Ashley would back her father’s vasectomy lie to Amy. There’s going to be a reckoning in that household awfully soon.

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