Season One Trailer
This is the original trailer for the first season.
Original air date: February 2010
Margeaux Peters starts her first day at Bardell University on a bad foot and fears her sophomore year won't be much better than her disastrous first. Meanwhile, academic advisor Sandra Charter has her hands full with the outrageous sophomores she has to deal with. Between former jock Clive Jenkins, the high-maintenance Lizabeth Martin, chronically passive Luke Jameson, and downright demonic Kyla Cane, it becomes clear that whoever said college is the "best four years of life" was clearly lying.
Original air date: March 17th, 2010
Kyla Cane adds and drops her way through her disastrous elective courses, as Margeaux and Luke scramble to put together the Sociology project alone. Meanwhile, Lizabeth goes the distance to impress the Thi Alpha Beta girls and instead becomes the newest target of their merciless hazing. And a delusional Clive tries out for the Bardell basketball team.
Original air date: March 24th, 2010
Struggling to finish their Sociology project, the gang struggles with finding a stereotype to speak about. But after overhearing a hallway spat between Lizabeth and Jessi Ann, Margeaux gets the perfect idea for a topic: sorority girls. Furious with the group's agreement, Lizabeth gets her hands dirty to stop Margeaux from ruining her of pledging-- and discovers a shocking secret in the process.
Original air date: March 31st, 2010
I'm With the Band
When Nobody Cares loses their drummer, Luke scrambles to get the band ready for the Battle of the Bands. And when Clive realizes how much Renee loves musicians, he nominates himself to be their new drummer. Meanwhile, Lizabeth socializes with Professor Binder for an A in Sociology and finds herself stuck with a new BFF. And, after getting Advil from Jackie Copeman, Kyla experiences the sunny side of life for a day.
Original air date: April 7th, 2010
After both working up the courage to ask each other out, Margeaux and Luke go on their first "not a date" date, which gets off to a disastrous start. And Clive finally scores his date with Renee Clark but goes about it the absolute wrong way. Meanwhile, Lizabeth goes dateless to Zeta Beta Theta's Date Night to impress her new sisters. But a scorned Jessi Ann returns to extract her revenge, which ends with Lizabeth in the last place she'd ever expect to be.
Original air date: April 21st, 2010
With Kyla's master plan in full effect, Margeaux is shocked to find that she is being pushed out of housing and enlists the help of her older sister Daphne to stop Kyla, by any means necessary. Meanwhile, Clive is flattered to meet Ericka, a fan of his from Lakeside, before she takes his devotion to him too far. And, as Luke goes on a string of awful dates to get over his fallout with Margeaux, a desperate Lizabeth finds herself at the mercy of the Pi Rho Gamma girls.
Original air date: April 28th, 2010
Finally revealing to the class what she's been filming for months, Kyla Cane premieres her documentary film Darkumentary, her Sociological observation on the people in her life. Love her or fear her, Kyla tells and shows all about who she really was before college, how people misunderstand her, why roommates are like Furby's, and how humanity is ultimately doomed. Viewers beware. It's really, really dark.
Original air date: May 5th, 2010
A Spoon in the Road
In the season finale of Sophomores, Margeaux discovers she's on the verge of losing her scholarship and revisits her freshman year meltdown. Lizabeth and Pi Rho Gamma declare war on Jessi Ann and Thi Alpha Beta at the Greek Games, which ends in someone's imminent downfall. Meanwhile, Clive makes a drastic decision when he accidentally discovers his "calling" and Kyla is given an unexpected offer for next semester. And, in the midst of it all, Margeaux finally reveals her dark secret and Luke races against the clock to keep it from happening all over again.
Original air date: May 12th, 2010
Season Two Trailer
This is the original trailer for season two.
Original air date: December 2010
Murphy's Law (Part One)
The sophomores of Bardell University return for a chaotic second semester when the disappearance of Jessi Ann Hodes brings an investigation on campus. Margeaux Peters struggles to gain the respect of her evil editor at the school newspaper and the attention of her hunky Journalism T.A., which lands her in hot water. Meanwhile, Luke Jameson returns from his winter vacation in Alaska with a new girlfriend instead of a souvenir. Clive Jenkins attempts to attend art school, despite his rejection for the semester. Jessi Ann’s disappearance throws a wrench in Lizabeth’s campaign for president of Pi Rho Gamma. Newly-instated R.A. Kyla Cane shows her teeth to the girls of the 12th floor dorms. And a new and improved Jackie Copeman returns to Bardell a changed woman.
Original air date: February 2nd, 2011
Murphy's Law (Part Two)
As Detective Mollock investigates the disappearance of Jessi Ann, Lizabeth is accused of murder in the school paper and takes her presidential campaign against Alexa to vicious new heights. Meanwhile, Clive struggles to fit into his new art school as his girlfriend Renee moves on to the hotheaded Dorian Lang. Kyla’s intervention in Ericka and Kay’s roommate issues brings hostilities to a deadly head. Margeaux turns to her crush Taylor Dam to undo the damage her article did, as a clingy Sniki begins to drive Luke crazy with her insistence on having matched class schedules.
Original air date: February 9th, 2011
Mother Mary Never Married
Convinced that his Journalism professor is his biological mother, Luke goes to inane lengths to discover the truth. A born-again Jackie Copeman tries to save the souls of the student body with her door-to-door Christian Cheesecakes fundraiser but no one is interested, including her former roommates Alexa and Savannah. But Kyla’s reign of hellfire in the dorms bring the 12th floor girls to turn to Jackie for an exorcism. Meanwhile, Lizabeth is paranoid that Savannah has a crush on her when she comes out as a lesbian. And Detective Mollock questions Jessi Ann’s estranged mother about her daughter’s disappearance.
Original air date: February 16th, 2011
Empty Fish Tanks
When Clive becomes more concerned with his art than his girlfriend, Renee forces him
to make a decision, resulting in a disastrous first art show. Meanwhile, Lizabeth comes
to the conclusion that her classmate Calista Clearwater is an undercover celebrity and
desperately tries to befriend her, by all means necessary. Margeaux's secret relationship
with her T.A. Taylor Dam becomes even more complicated when Sandra Charter sets her
sights on him, under the belief that he is a professor. And Sniki's idea for Luke's musical revival, Lukinsniki, ends up revealing his unresolved feelings for Margeaux.
Original air date: February 23th, 2011
Weapon of Class Disruption
A gun appears mysteriously on campus, forcing Margeaux, Lizabeth, Luke, Clive, Dorian,
and Murphy into solitary confinement with Detective Mollock. To get to the bottom of
the mystery and its connection to the Jessi Ann case, the detective digs into the group's
unresolved tension, bringing them to turn against each other. Meanwhile, Kyla's deadly war
with the Anti-Cane Alliance reaches its dramatic conclusion when the wicked R.A. moves to
bring down the entire university, once and for all.
Original air date: March 9th, 2011
Guilty Parties (Incarcerations + Invitations)
After confessing to murdering Jessi Ann, an incarcerated Kyla Cane has the time of her life
in jail with her new inmates Mystal Kreath and Bang Bang, as a disturbed Margeaux sets
out to prove her innocence. Clive resorts to tutoring from a fifteen-year-old genius to pass
Math Modeling, as Lizabeth's relationship with her Pi Rho Gamma sisters reaches a new
low. Meanwhile, Luke unknowingly sabotages himself and his relationship with Sniki by
posting a series of candid video blogs, leading to a shocking twist no one saw coming.
Original air date: March 30th, 2011
The Girl Who Cried Bluff
Kyla Cane returns with the second installment to her disturbing film Darkumentary. In
Volume Two, The Girl Who Cried Bluff, Kyla takes a brutal stab at the mystery surrounding
missing sorority girl Jessi Ann Hodes. Between interviews with her former friends,
enemies, frenemies, and an ambush on her cold-hearted mother, Kyla digs beneath the
surface of the Jessi Ann case and surprises even herself by what she discovers.
Original air date: April 6th, 2011
Let Them Eat Cake
When Ericka suffocates on a Christian Cheesecake, the university shuts down Jackie Copeman's faith-based fundraiser and all hell breaks loose, in the form of a campus-wide protest. Meanwhile, three weeks after her mysterious reappearance, Jessi Ann struggles to readjust to life at Bardell and turns to an unlikely source for a helping hand, as Murphy falls for a familiar face on an anonymous online message board.
Original air date: April 20th, 2011
Death of a Squirrel, Man
When Margeaux takes on Mikel Morris for the editor title at the Bardell Bearhug, their rivalry reaches vicious new heights, jeopardizing her relationship with Taylor and resulting in an all-out spectacle. Meanwhile, Dorian tries and fails to break up with Renee, as Luke tries to win back his best friend from the clutches of Clive Jenkins. And a frizzy-haired redhead by the name of Kassandra Cane appears on campus searching for her estranged sister.
Original air date: April 27th, 2011
End of the World
In the Sophomores series finale, Lizabeth and the Pi Rho Gamma girls attempt to rebuild their house by throwing their own End of the World party, which takes a horrific turn when Jessi Ann's attacker makes it a night to remember. Meanwhile, Luke takes on a whole new persona when he comes to the realization that Sandra Charter is his biological mother, as Clive and Renee come to terms with what's become of their relationship. And, in the wake of Mikel Morris' imminent death, Kyla sets out to finally commit murder before the end of finals week.
Original air date: May 4th, 2011
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