High School Reunion
High School Reunion 2, The Aftermath: Is It Really Over, or Just Over?, by Kara Wild: The reunion is over, but now it’s time for the reunion to talk about the reunion! The High School Reunion 2 cast is in the studio to tell us what has happened since Hawaii. Are Denise and Gabe still together? How did LouAnn break the news about Johnny to her fiancé Brad? And what does Brad think about all this, as he joins the cast on-stage? All this and more!
High School Reunion 2, Episode 7: The Beginning of the End, by Kara Wild: It’s the final night of the reunion, which must mean Prom Night! Who goes together? Who goes stag? And who are the prom king and queen? More importantly, who leaves with a diamond ring on her finger? And will LouAnn go home with Johnny or back to boyfriend Brad? Read on to find out!
High School Reunion 2, Episode 6: The 24-Hour Tease, by Kara Wild: This week on High School Reunion 2, Amanda and Trevor, LouAnn and Johnny, and Denise and Gabe contemplate their futures. Recapper Kara contemplates a plate of doughnuts.
High School Reunion 2, Episode 5: Why Confront When You Can Complain and Repress?, by Kara Wild: A plotline finally comes to a head as the sophomores continue their sophomoric behavior, but it turns out to actually turn into a discussion between Heather and Denise. Will they let bygones be bygones or just go back to complaining behind each other’s backs?
High School Reunion 2, Episode 4: Don’t Worry About Lenny, He’s With the Blond Ones Now, by Kara Wild: As always there are several major plotlines this week. Will Johnny and LouAnn finally do something? What will Lenny look like after a makeover? And will Heather and Denise continue griping about each other? (Well, okay, that one’s a given.)
High School Reunion 2, Episode 3: All Talk, Little Action, by Kara Wild: It seems that High School Reunion 2 has some potentially compelling storylines – so why are they so… non-compelling? Kara has some ideas.
High School Reunion 2: Inside-Out, by Kara Wild: The second episode of High School Reunion 2 focused a great deal on those who felt they were on the outside looking in. We had the arrival of the former pipsqueak, and, of course, the bitterness of the sophomoric ex-girlfriends.
High School Reunion 2, Episode 2: Keep Your Enemies Close, by Michelle Buuck: At the reunion estate, things are heating up on Day . Or are they? Are we just being strung along? Will the Heather/Denise confrontation ever take place? Will anybody notice that Lenny the geek is there? Read on to find out.
High School Reunion 2: Blond Streaks Make Everything Better!, by Kara Wild: Are ten years long enough to find out who has really grown up after high school? Kara isn’t too sure, and LouAnn (right) is Exhibit 1. Read on to find out how Kara thinks this season of High School Reunion is likely to go.
High School Reunion 2, Episode 1: How Many Blondes Can Fit into an Expedition?, by Michelle M. Buuck : It’s time to reunite a bunch of high school classmates for two weeks in Hawaii. Old loves will be rekindled. Old fears will come out again. And long-awaited vengeance will be sought. Let’s see who shows up for the second High School Reunion.
High School Reunion, Episode 6: Of Proms, Proposals, and Farewells, by Brian James: It's time to say goodbye to the class of 1992. But not before a final prom! What happens to the three couples who have come together? Who is Summer's secret admirer? And who gets a proposal? Let's check it all out as we wrap it all up.
High School Reunion, Episode 5: Three Overnight Hall Passes and a Secret Admirer, by Brian James: Now it's time for some real action as the 24-hour Hall Passes are given out. Three couples head out to exotic and romantic locations. Will anything actually happen, and if so, will that be a good thing? Plus, back at the house, Summer's secret admirer strikes again and the dateless vow to have fun somehow.
High School Reunion, Episode 4: Much Ado About Nothing, by Brian James: Will Player Dan come on to Summer despite getting closer to Natasha? Will Maya and Ben hit it off? Will an exclusionary party take everybody back to the days of high school? And what will be revealed in the rumor mill game? Lots of questions. Lots of gossip. But is it all much ado about nothing?
High School Reunion, Episode 3: The Hijinks, the Boxing Match, and the Very Big Fish, by Brian James: We've got love in bloom, a battle between Nerd and fish, and all sorts of partying and running around naked. What more could you possibly ask for in a reality show?
Four ‘High School Reunion’ Participants Not Actually from the Class, by David Bloomberg: It turns out that High School Reunion's class of 1992 isn't actually all from 1992! Four of the participants are from a different class, which may explain some of the awkward moments we've seen. Why did the producers find it necessary to bring in people from other classes?
High School Reunion, Episode 2: New Arrivals and Old Baggage, by Brian James: As classmates from the 1992 class at Oak Park-River Forest High School are The three final participants in High School Reunion finally arrive and “bitchy girl” Sarah makes a quick impact. But the real action is in the Dan / Nicole / Natasha love triangle. Dan gets a hall pass – who will he go with? And what about Natasha’s at-home boyfriend?
High School Reunion, Episode 1: The Gang’s (Almost) All Here, by Brian James: As classmates from the 1992 class at Oak Park-River Forest High School are brought back together in Hawaii, will the old stereotypes still hold true? Will old crushes blossom? Will unrequited love be requited? Will a stalker finally get her man? All of these questions begin to get answers in the first episode of High School Reunion.
High School Reunion Participant Preview, by Brian James: Seventeen students from the 1992 class of Oak Park - River Forest High School are taken to Maui for a special reunion with the cameras running. Before the show starts tonight, let's look at who we will see on our TV screens, from "The Jock" to "The Pipsqueak" and everybody in between.
In Preparation for 'High School Reunion': A Look Back at 1992, by Brian James: As we prepare to watch High School Reunion, it may be helpful to place yourself back in 1992, the time when our participants graduated from high school. Brian James takes us back in a view through his own eyes to a year that was pivotal for many reasons. And who is that to the right? Well, you'll just have to read on to find out.
High School Reunion - The Casting Call, by C. Brian Devinney: Are you interested in seeing old high school friends, reconnecting with them, and perhaps even being on a reality show in the process? Well High School Reunion is casting now, and coordinating producer Kathryn Price (yes, from Mole 1) provides some info on how you can get your class on TV.
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