The Class

2006, TV Show


Paid | iTunes Aired: 3/5/2007

Season 1, Episode 19
After Yonk suffers a massive heart attack and must undergo quintuple bypass surgery, the classmates find themselves at a hospital once again, this time rallying around Nicole. Meanwhile, Ethan struggles with his newfound feelings for Kat.

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Season 1, Episode 18
Having made the agonizing decision to leave Yonk (recurring guest star David Keith) so she can finally be with Duncan, Nicole only needs to pack her belongings before he returns home from lunch with Duncan and Richie. Unfortunately, this means the guys have to stall Yonk at a steakhouse by continuing to gorge themselves. Meanwhile, Ethan finds out something that could change his friendship with Kat forever.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 2/19/2007

Season 1, Episode 17
When Ethan realizes that he doesn't have much of a connection with Palmer (recurring guest star Jaime King), he tells Kyle that he intends to break up with her. But the next time Ethan sees Palmer, he decides not to stop dating her. Unfortunately, Kyle inadvertently reveals Ethan's original plan to Palmer--and now she's the one reconsidering the relationship. Meanwhile, depressed because Duncan is finally done working on her house--and thus won't be with her every day anymore--Nicole makes a big decision.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 2/12/2007

Season 1, Episode 16
On Valentine's Day, a snowstorm hits Philadelphia, stranding the former classmates at one another's homes. While redecorating Nicole's place, Perry makes the most of the snowstorm by cooking an elaborate meal for Duncan and Nicole. Meanwhile, Ethan tries to get rid of Kat and Kyle so he can spend some romantic time with Palmer (recurring guest star JAIME KING). And Richie's attempts to fight the storm and get to Lina's apartment prove futile.

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Premiered: September 18, 2006, on CBS
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Premise: A group of former third-grade classmates reunite 20 years later and rekindle their relationships.


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