The gang revels in the final days of high school, until they realize that graduation means goodbye. With Daniella Deutscher, Megan Parlen, Adam Frost and Amber Barretto.
Kristy and Mary Beth (Amber Baretto, Megan Parlen) interview their friends for a video commemorating high school.
The prom is threatened by a series of mishaps, including a tornado. With Daniella Deutscher and Amber Barretto.
The Tornadoes get so caught up in the pressure of the championship game, they forget why they started playing.
Mary Beth (Megan Parlen) turns to the coach (Dick Butkus) for help when she meets a cute player who moves too fast.
Mary Beth (Megan Parlen) must choose between going to college at UCLA with Kristy (Amber Barretto) or joining Hammer (Mark Famiglietti) in Indiana.
Kristy's (Amber Barretto) promotion at her work study job goes to her head.
Silk (Danso Gordon) plays basketball with Temple University students, then decides to turn down his scholarship.
Coach's (Dick Butkis) encouragement to have Julie (Daniella Deutscher) play harder backfires when she puts an opponent in the hospital.
Coach and Mary beth compete to win a VW; Silk hides his involvement in the gospel choir from his teammates.
A teacher is fired for encouraging students to fight the dress code. With Megan Parlen and Adam Frost.
Eugene has to pay an online-gambling debt; Kristy has a dental emergency.
Coach K's 17-year-old daughter, whom he has not seen in two years, fears telling him that she recently had a baby.
Antonio believes an injury will prevent him from getting a basketball scholarship.
Pro basketball player Tim Hardaway (guest starring as himself) offers advice to the all-too-confident Deering Tornadoes. With Megan Parlen and Adam Frost.
Michael's playing is affected during a basketball game against an old rival; Kristie and Mary Beth pretend to be men.
A mother's racism leads to tension between Michael (Adam Frost), Silk (Danso Gordon) and their "little brother," Daniel (guest star Jake Sakson).
Kristy is forced to become partners with a classmate she and the gang have been making fun of for some time.
When Silk (Danso Gordon) receives a death threat, he steals his father's gun and confronts his assailant (guest star Christian Payne).
When a popular classmate deals dope, Eugene and Silk debate turning him in to the proper authorities.
Michael and Kristy (Adam Frost, Amber Barretto) become jealous when Julie and Antonio (Daniella Deutscher, Jay Hernandez) start spending a lot of time together.
Michael fears he may have jeopardized his college basketball career when he accepts help from a college recruiter.
Eugene gets some pointers on the basics of extreme sports, but he must choose between basketball and his new hobby.
Julie is injured when her new boyfriend drinks and drives; Michael realizes he still has feelings for Julie.
Mary Beth decides to put together her own concert after a promoter blacklists her because of her gender.
Hammer fears telling Mary Beth about his college acceptance; Kristy finds out Antonio plans on moving to Indiana.
During New Year's Eve in New York, the gang remembers things that have happened during the past year.
Rico tells his wise-cracking grandfather the Christmas party is canceled.
In New York, a store hires Mary Beth to help in their teen department.
Hammer (Mark Famiglietti) tests positive for drugs and is benched from a game, but he insists he is innocent.
Mary Beth (Megan Parlen) is jealous when Nick (Mark Famiglietti) visits an old girlfriend (guest star Kimberly Paige) who is a teen model in New York.
The team faces a challenging rival squad with a star player (guest star Nate Harkham), but Julie (Daniella Deutscher) spots his weakness.
Kristy (Amber Barretto) becomes the camp's nurse assistant and has to face her fear of making mistakes.
Michael's (Adam Frost) bad grades prompt his father to take him off the team right before the playoffs.
A girl at camp (guest star Alexana Lambros) feels threatened by Julie's (Daniella Deutscher) talent and conspires to keep her away from the scouts.
Kristy is upset that her academic successes don't get the same attention as Julie's scoring record attempt.
While at basketball camp, Julie (Daniella Deutscher) realizes it's over with Michael (Adam Frost) when she kisses a new guy.
Rico (James Villani) falls for Gail (guest star Bree Turner) but is embarrassed to be seen with her because she is so much taller.
The gang goes to Mexico, fearing that Kristy (Amber Barretto) has run off to marry her new boyfriend, Antonio (guest star Jay Hernandez).
Hammer and Mary Beth (Mark Famiglietti, Megan Parlen) have a crisis in their relationship which leads to a breakup.
Coach K's (Dick Butkus) team faces off against a former assistant, Bill (guest star Casey Stengel), who is now in a wheelchair.
In pursuit of top colleges, Mary Beth overextends herself with extracurricular activities and loses focus.
The team travels to San Antonio, where Silk (Danso Gordon) interests Rose (guest star Ebonie Smith) with his stories that he is wealthy.
Mary Beth's (Megan Parlen) plan to fix Kristy (Amber Barretto) up with Hammer (Mark Famiglietti) backfires when she realizes she likes him.
Rico's (James Villani) marijuana smoking affects the whole team, but a near tragedy forces him to come clean. With Dick Butkus.
Kristy buys pepper spray to protect herself but accidentally uses it against Michael, with dangerous results.
Silk goes on a spending spree after receiving his first credit card.
Hammer's (Mark Famiglietti) low test scores cost him a scholarship. NBA player Mitch Richmond guest stars.
Hammer (Mark Famiglietti) is smitten by a homeless girl (guest star Elizabeth Bogush) but makes the mistake of telling his friends she needs help.
Deering's team wants to cancel a game against a team with an HIV-positive player.
Trouble brews on the varsity team just before the season begins; Mary Beth has coaching problems. With Daniella Deutscher and Adam Frost.
Julie (Daniella Deutscher) loses her starting spot on the team in a conflict with new basketball coach Katowinski (Dick Butkus).
The team finds out, right before the game, that Coach Fuller (Reggie Theus) has received a big job offer.
Teddy (Anthony Anderson) is benched for the big game in Bloomington after violating the curfew set by Coach Fuller (Reggie Theus).
With an important game only days away, Vince has doubts about his abilities after missing a key shot.
The campers take a shortcut to avoid Coach Fuller (Reggie Theus) and end up lost in the woods. WNBA player Sheryl Swoopes guest stars.
Kristy (Amber Barretto) interviews the team about past experiences and realizes the positive points of team sports.
Kristy (Amber Barretto) falls for a counselor who has mistaken her for someone else, and she keeps up the charade. With Daniella Deutscher and Reggie Theus.
Coach Fuller gets some assistance from Deering High at his basketball camp; Julie makes friends with camper Alex.
Julie doesn't mention that her former boyfriend is at the lodge, prompting Michael to break up with her.
Teddy brags about bailing out Danny's disastrous comedy act; Mary Beth ducks Vince after losing his ring.
Mary Beth (Megan Parlen), her friends and her parents go to a ski lodge for her birthday, but bad news follows. With Reggie Theus.
Following an address from President Clinton urging volunteerism, Teddy arranges for night basketball at the gym.
Danny (Chad Gabriel) offers to marry a girl having a hard time raising her baby alone; a cover girl contest. With Daniella Deutscher and Megan Parlen.
The school's blood drive gets a big boost from Shareef Abdur-Rahim (guest starring as himself); Danny (Chad Gabriel) falls for Kristy (Amber Barretto).
Mary Beth develops an intense desire to become a perfect model; Coach Fuller leads the cooking class.
In a tournament against a team coached by his rival, BB Bynes, Coach Fuller has a fit and is ejected.
After losing money to hustlers in a basketball game, Julie and Teddy (Daniella Deutscher, Anthony Anderson) get help from Kobe Bryant (guest starring as himself).
In search of her biological mother, who gave her up for adoption long ago, Kristy goes to Los Angeles.
Vince (Michael Sullivan) hopes to change Nicky's (Billy Sullivan) ways with an all-guy camping trip; Coach Fuller (Reggie Theus) gets coached.
Michael (Adam Frost) injures his ankle during a practice and begins taking painkillers. Guest star: NBA player Damon Stoudamire.
Julie (Daniella Deutscher) dates a rival basketball player; Teddy (Anthony Anderson) tries to help Kristy (Amber Barretto) pass her driving test.
Coach Fuller's car is stolen after the gang leaves it at a fraternity party.
The gang tries to help Teddy (Anthony Anderson) quit smoking after he is kicked off the basketball team.
Fearing a bully on an opposing team, Danny, Vince and Teddy (Chad Gabriel, Michael Sullivan, Anthony Anderson) take martial-arts classes.
Michael's (Adam Frost) effort to beat his old school in basketball causes problems on and off the court.
Mary Beth (Megan Parlen) faces harassment from her new boss (Jeremy Garrett); the team's plans don't include Julie (Daniella Deutscher).
Julie (Daniella Deutscher) is put off by a competing leader (Adam Frost); Mary Beth (Megan Parlen) makes a confession to Vince (Michael Sullivan) about her summer.
Julie must choose between playing basketball in Italy or staying in school; guest Lisa Leslie.
Julie is jealous of a new waitress at the stadium who has eyes for Josh.
Teddy's father (Marques Johnson), a former NBA star, criticizes him.
Mary Beth uses boisterous Vince to get her father's attention.
Amy supports a mayoral candidate who is not what he seems; The basketball team challenges the football team.
The gang decide to each sacrifice an important personal item for a charity drive. Mary Beth gets mugged.
The gang uses fake IDs to get into a bar to see their favorite band.
Vince takes illegal steroids to boost his statistics; guest Muggsy Bogues.
Vince and Mary Beth argue over what color to paint the locker room.
Teddy's crush on Tracy is affecting his basketball playing; Julie's constant baby talk to Josh is driving him nuts.
Everyone has dating problems before a big dance; guest Cedric Ceballos.
Julie questions her femininity when her new crush treats her like one of the guys.
The gang tries to recruit Josh for the basketball team; guest Mitch Richmond.
Chris relies on a good-luck kiss from his ex-girlfriend before a game.
Mary Beth learns that Julie and Chris are dating; Earl inspires Mary beth to write a poem about her broken heart.
Houseguest Danny throws a party at Coach Fuller's place; The whole school shows up.
Mary Beth learns a business lesson when her father buys her the Sports Shack.
Julie tries to cool things off with Chris; A blizzard traps the team in the gym; Mary Beth has to care for a baby doll for class.
Michael and Mary Beth run against each other for Student President.
Chris and Mary Beth break up; Danny tries to break a date with Sam.
Earl must pass a retest in history to play in the crucial game against Dover; Danny and Julie engage in a "prank war."
Michael is crushed when he causes the team to lose.
Coach Fuller demotes Chris when he refuses to act like a team leader.
The press spotlights Julie's first game with the Deering Tornadoes.
Michael helps Earl change his eating habits to stay fit for basketball.
A girl with a jump shot is the salvation of a struggling boys basketball team.