Mike's parents walk into his college room to find Mandy tucked up in his bed; Dylan thinks they are deliberately turning a blind eye after believing Mike's explanation.
Ash and Jermaine are asked about their favorite memory of school for the video yearbook.
Dylan goes to talk to Ash about their recent break-up, and she reveals to him what really went on with Josh that summer.
Ash decides to break up with Dylan on the night of the college ball.
Feeling pressured by her dad, Mandy quits the volleyball team; Ashley turns to the Internet to find a boyfriend for her mom.
Ashley reveals a secret to her friends; Dylan finds himself in a dilemma.
Jermaine is apprehensive about his approaching birthday party because both his divorced parents will be there, and things do not promise to flow smoothly.
Dylan brings a new friend home from school, but it turns out that his father already knows him from Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
Dylan starts working with a veterinarian.
When Dylan's friend Laurel comes to town, Ash feels pangs of jealousy despite what has gone on with her and Josh.
Ashley takes caffeine pills to help keep up with her homework.
Mr Roberts accuses Dylan of going against his Catholic faith after finding a condom wrapper in the bathroom.
Dylan is jealous that Ash spent her summer with her ex-boyfriend Josh, despite him having spent his holidays with the daughter of family friends.
When Ash is accepted on a month-long art class in San Francisco, Dylan wonders if their relationship can take the strain.
Naomi's video project seems to be completely neglected when her friends all have personal crises to deal with.
Jermaine accuses Kim's boyfriend of stealing CDs and reselling them; Dylan's parents think he's on drugs.
Ashley goes to the hospital with Dylan's mother, while Naomi and Ashley's mother head to the newspaper.
Naomi tries to uncover the truth about a student who died 50 years ago in the local lake; the gang spend the evening in the graveyard.
Dylan, Ash, Jermaine and Kim, are forced to spend the night in a motel room after a disastrous mountain biking expedition.
Jermaine encounters difficulty adapting to life with his new family; Ashley and Dylan study together.
Ashley spots her mother out on a date with her art teacher; Kim's boyfriend asks Jermaine to help him mix a CD for her birthday.
Ashley's excitement over her gallery show is overshadowed by the appearance of her old boyfriend, causing Dylan to become jealous.
Dylan's future with the team is jeopardized when he asks them to join him in a prayer.
Jermaine falls for a girl he works with at the record store even though she has a boyfriend.
Naomi considers cosmetic surgery; school picture day has Ash on edge.
Ashley and Dylan hit a romantic crossroads and Naomi's advice worsens things.
Everyone is nervous their secrets will be exposed in Pena's thesis.
Ashley (Erika Thormahlen) learns the difference between being a leader and being bossy during a charity carwash.
Ashley (Erika Thormahlen) is paid to skip school so she can go to the mall and get a popular band's autograph. Music group Flip Nixon guest stars.
Dylan (Brian Skala) gets his learner's permit and begins taking driving lessons from his father.
Jermaine uses his fake ID card to get himself a design inked on his arm after being impressed by Mr Pena's tattoo.
Ashley grows jealous when Dylan pays attention to a female skater.
Dylan (Brian Skala) worries about what he is capable of after he fails a test despite hours of hard work.
A wine binge teaches Ashley and Dylan (Erika Thormahlen, Brian Skala) a hard lesson about the repercussions of alcohol abuse.
After gunfire erupts at an unsupervised party, it is up to Dylan (Brian Skala) to identify the suspect.
Dylan and Ashley start an online dating service, but their matchmaking questions offend some of the students.
Ashley (Erika Thormahlen) feels like Emily (Alison Matthews) doesn't trust her when there are suddenly new rules and restrictions.
Dylan (Brian Skala) must deal with his anger after he explodes at his brother (Will Sanderson) for asking Ashley (Erika Thormahlen) to a dance.
Two teens (Brian Skala, Shedrack Anderson III) from different backgrounds find common ground while attending the same high school.