In the series finale, Nicole asks Harrison to escort her to the junior prom but she has competition---Sam and Brooke suggest that he take both of them to the big dance instead. Meanwhile, Mary Cherry meets a girl who claims to be her long-lost sister. Nicole: Tammy Lynn Michaels. Harrison: Christopher Gorham. Sam: Carly Pope.
Sam and Brooke give Harrison the silent treatment after they realize that he misled both of them. Josh learns that his mother's new job requires them to move to another state, so he tries to find a way to remain in town. Meanwhile, Mary Cherry blames Nicole for a fender bender she had with a parked car. Jean Ford: Dey Young. James Ford: Geoff Pierson. Big Bertha Muffin: Lindsay Hollister. Sam: Carly Pope. Brooke: Leslie Bibb. Josh: Bryce Johnson.
The Kennedy High students are quarantined at the school after Harrison shows symptoms of an exotic disease he may have contracted during his spring-break vacation in Yemen. Meanwhile, Mary Cherry thinks a psycho at the school is trying to kill her after a masked stranger tells her that he knows what she did during her break: she tried out for a part in a low-budget horror film. Godfrey: Robert Clendenin. George: A.T. Montgomery. Harrison: Christopher Gorham. Mary Cherry: Leslie Grossman. Sam: Carly Pope.
Mary Cherry assembles a team to compete on a local cable-access channel's academic-challenge program in hopes that she'll be discovered for her looks and personality. Meanwhile, her mother, Cherry Cherry, enrolls as a student at Kennedy High after the discovery of her original SAT scores keeps her from joining a country club. The elder Cherry then competes with Josh for the final slot on the school's scholastic-challenge team. Ed McMahon appears as himself. Cherry Cherry: Delta Burke. Judgey Judge: Jim J. Bullock. Stern Woman Judge: Alyson Reed. Serious Male Judge: Rick Fitts. Mary Cherry: Leslie Grossman. Josh: Bryce Johnson. Brooke: Leslie Bibb.
Nicole sets out to prove that her power is not based on her looks, and her plan involves April Tuna, the student-body president, who must cut an extracurricular activity because of school-budget constraints. Meanwhile, Brooke spends the night at a college boy's house after falling asleep in front of the television and she asks Sam to cover for her with their parents. Jamie Roth: Nick Stabile. April: Adria Dawn. Calvin Krupps: Robert Gant. Nicole: Tammy Lynn Michaels. Brooke: Leslie Bibb. Sam: Carly Pope.
Homophobic behavior by members of her science class leads Lily to launch a gay and lesbian support group at school, but her efforts create tension among her friends and cause someone to spray-paint a slur on her locker. Meanwhile, Brooke has a romantic encounter with a college boy she met at a frat party. Bryan: Joel Michaely. Jamie: Nick Stabile. Anna Lin: Linda Park. Lily: Tamara Mello. Brooke: Leslie Bibb. Josh: Bryce Johnson.
Brooke is invited to a frat party by a sorority sister she meets during a college fair at Kennedy High, and the teen asks Carmen, Lily and Sam to go along with her. Meanwhile, Nicole attends a parent-teacher conference with her mother and Bobbi Glass. Judy Julian: Randee Heller. Shaggy Louise Grout: Brenda Bakke. Flynn Hudson: Rachel Wilson. Brooke: Leslie Bibb. Sam: Carly Pope. Nicole: Tammy Lynn Michaels.
Mary Cherry and Bobbi Glass scheme to get a day off from school following a car accident involving a Kennedy High student, but their efforts only lead Principal Krupps to bring in a grief counselor. Meanwhile, Nicole suspects that her birth mother may still be alive. Calvin Krupps: Robert Gant. George: A.T. Montgomery. Bobbie Glass: Diane Delano. Mary Cherry: Leslie Grossman. Nicole: Tammy Lynn Michaels.
Mary Cherry is forced to wear a trash bag for clothing and hunt for food in a dumpster after law-enforcement officers seize her belongings in the wake of her mother's financial troubles. Elsewhere, Sam and Carmen search for a way to boost yearbook sales. Harrison tries to persuade Brooke to pose for her school picture after she tells him she wants to skip it this year because of the pressure she feels to look her best. Mary Cherry: Leslie Grossman. Sam: Carly Pope. Carmen: Sara Rue.
Harrison decides to change his image and his outlook on life by asserting himself in social situations, but Mary Cherry worries that he is acting too much like Nicole. Meanwhile, Sugar Daddy laments the lack of attention he is getting from Josh, who spends more and more time with Lily. Judy: Randee Heller. Godfrey: Robert Clendenin. Harrison: Christopher Gorham. Mary Cherry: Leslie Grossman. Sugar Daddy: Ron Lester.
Bobbi Glass tells her students that they must perform in a play she has written about sexually transmitted diseases. Elsewhere, Sugar Daddy teases Harrison about being a virgin, causing the teen to vow that he will sleep with someone by the end of the week. Bobbi Glass: Diane Delano. George: A.T. Montgomery. Candi Baux: Maria Canals. Irving Handelman: Eric Poppick. Harrison: Christopher Gorham. Sam: Carly Pope. Sugar Daddy: Ron Lester.
Harrison's roommate Clarence dies, sending Harrison into a depression that leads to a suicide attempt...and a glimpse of what life would have been like if he had never been born, a tour led by Clarence---who's now an angel. Clarence: Mike Damus. Robin John: Alley Mills. Nurse Dan: David Norona. Harrison: Christopher Gorham. Sam: Carly Pope. Brooke: Leslie Bibb.
Harrison encounters a ghostly figure (Ann-Margret) in a hospital storage room who knows personal things about him; Carmen attends a meeting for teens of alcoholic parents and runs into Nicole, who acts as if she doesn't recognize the former cheerleader. Clarence: Mike Damus. Brad: Robb Derringer. Nurse Dan: David Norona. Harrison: Christopher Gorham. Carmen: Sara Rue. Nicole: Tammy Lynn Michaels.
Mary Cherry recruits Sam to ghostwrite her memoirs after learning that her mother has plans for a book that paints the younger Cherry in a bad light. Meanwhile, Sugar Daddy enters an eating-disorder clinic and clashes with a member of his group; and Brooke goes on an eating binge after a stressful encounter with Harrison. Clarence: Mike Damus. Nurse Gretchen: Anne Haney. Nurse Dan: Dan Finnerty. Mary Cherry: Leslie Grossman. Sugar Daddy: Ron Lester. Sam: Carly Pope.
Principal Calvin Krupps (Robert Gant) announces plans for random drug tests of the student body, while Sam decides to drop out of the race for homecoming queen to save her relationship with George. Elsewhere, Mary Cherry, Nicole and Hellacious Akers try to sabotage Carmen's queen campaign and find help from an unusual source. Hellacious Akers: Michelle Phillips. Sam: Carly Pope. Carmen: Sara Rue. Mary Cherry: Leslie Grossman.
Brooke withdraws from the homecoming queen competition, whose nominees include Sam and Carmen, and joins the race for student-council president. Meanwhile, Carmen has no place to live until she gets an offer from an unusual source. Hellacious Akers: Michelle Phillips. Carmen: Sara Rue. Brooke: Leslie Bibb. Sam: Carly Pope.
Mary Cherry and Nicole try to persuade Brooke to dump Josh and start dating George, in hopes that the new coupling will save Brooke's plummeting popularity, as well as their own. Meanwhile, Harrison is jealous of Sam's blossoming romance. Randy: Marco Gould. Andy: Jarrett Lennon. George: A.T. Montgomery. Nicole: Tammy Lynn Michaels. Brooke: Leslie Bibb. Harrison: Christopher Gorham.
Nicole tries to seduce principal Krupps in order to get back on the Glamazons, but her advances are rebuffed by the administrator, leading Nicole to plot her revenge. Elsewhere, a new student-athlete irritates Sam and worries Josh. Calvin Krupps: Robert Gant. Jean Ford: Dey Young. George Austin: A.T. Montgomery. Nicole: Tammy Lynn Michaels. Sam: Carly Pope. Josh: Bryce Johnson.
Bobbi Glass's rich uncle arrives and requests a dinner with Bobbi and the child she has told him she has, forcing the science teacher to recruit someone for the role. With no other takers, Bobbi reluctantly agrees to let Nicole play the part. Elsewhere, Jane learns that she's pregnant and Carmen decides to move out of her parents' house. Bonnie: Andrea Bendewald. Joy Ferrara: Susan Ruttan. Jane: Lisa Darr. Bobbi Glass/Tipton Glass: Diane Delano. Carmen: Sara Rue.
Science teacher Bobbi Glass saddles her students with electronic dolls that require maternal care in an attempt to teach them about “the burden of parenting”; Mary Cherry and Nicole plot to replace Brooke as the most popular girl in school; and Carmen sets out to help all the disenfranchised kids at Kennedy High. Penelope Poppins: Kellie Waymire. Emily/Emma: Alessandra Toreson. Bobbi Glass: Diane Delano. Nicole: Tammy Lynn Michaels. Mary Cherry: Leslie Grossman.
Brooke bonds with her long-lost mother---much to her dad's chagrin. Meanwhile, Lily and Sugar Daddy try to save a tree from being cut down, and Carmen delays telling her friends about her pregnancy. Kelly: Peggy Lipton. Brooke: Leslie Bibb. Lily: Tamara Mello. Mike: Scott Bryce.