The gang considers its future when they realize high school is nearly over.
The gang throws a party; Excess jeopardizes his chance to get into Yale.
Ashley's father plans to remarry.
Success on a psychology test makes Ashley think she can solve everyone's problems.
Mr. Macafee enters the girls in a competition after they lie about their gymnastics scores.
Jackson struggles to write an essay for his college application.
A basketball scholarship means that Christian and Winnie will be going to different colleges.
The gang shoots a music video for Jackson; Lauren meets her secret admirer.
Jackson and Excess are crushed when Lauren wants to break up with her rich boyfriend.
Jackson and Christian try to get Excess out of a blind date.
A freshman assigned to Winnie for orientation has a crush on Christian.
The night before a big dance, dateless Ashley dreams that she's Cinder-Ashley.
Excess gets a crush on Ashley while working on a project for pottery class.
Jackson is chosen to represent the school at a science tournament.
A famous fashion designer offers Winnie a job; Ashley thinks she killed a sultan.
Excess hopes to make up with his ex; Ashley gets a shotgun proposal.
Excess' VJ job goes to his head; fortune-cookie omens seem to come true.
The gang chips in for a car; Lauren dates a new co-worker.
Jackson hires an attractive assistant; Excess and the girls entertain at parties.
Christian and Jackson get jobs and a new roommate; dog-trainer Ashley.
Just as Lazz and Ashley begin a romance, Lazz's parents want him to come home.
The gang reunites in 2024.
Jackson plans to leave when Maggie's visit ends.
In the heat of argument, Christian kisses Lauren.
Winnie frets that Christian's visiting parents won't like her.
Lazz orders brisket from Russia but gets a bride instead.
An all-day restriction has the gang reminiscing.
Christian lies to Winnie so he can go to the World Cup final.
Jackson and Ashley audition for a record producer; karate challenge.
Jackson learns his blues idol Bird Dog Hampton is in town.
The guys stage a dance revue to pay Christian's tuition.
After 13 years, Jackson and his mother reunite; the gang turns the common room into a spa.
Lauren's competitive sister, Maggie, visits; woodworkers Lazz and Christian.
Lazz lies to impress his mother; Ashley needs a date for the spring dance.
The girls think Rafael intends to propose to Ms. Dupre.
The girls romanticize the new soccer coach.
Christian gets credit when Winnie fends off a mugger; the gang finds a treasure map.
Winnie's brother quits school to become an actor; Mr. Elliot gets his pilot's license.
A girl Lazz likes, likes Jackson; the queen visits.
Ashley's shy cousin undergoes a radical personality change.
Jackson's California buddy visits and falls for Lauren.
Peeper Lazz falls out a window and sues the school.
Store manager Winnie throws her weight around.
Lazz gets Jackson a gig singing radio jingles.
Lazz has a series of dreams that seem to come true.
Jackson has an obnoxious new roommate; Mr. Elliot and Ms. Dupre have blind dates.
Hospitalized Lazz thinks he is dying; Jackson is involved with a nurse.
Lazz has a crush on a girl who hangs out at the Louvre; Lauren submits Ashley's painting as her own.
Jackson realizes he is not ready to settle down.
Winnie's dad disapproves of Christian.
Lazz's date has a jealous ex-boyfriend; Jackson takes sensitivity training.
Winnie organizes a date auction for charity.
The gang picks the winning Paris Lottery numbers; Christian and Lazz compete for a job.
The kids overhear a teacher threatening his wife.
Obligations threaten the gang's New Year's celebration.
Giuseppe and Ashley have a secret romance; the science fair.
The kids react to a popular teacher's death.
Winnie turns loud-mouthed for a talk show.
Royal heir Christian cannot date commoners; Jackson and Lauren try for time alone.
Lauren becomes jealous of Jackson's music partner; Lazzarini starts a pizza business.
Christian will be Winnie's dance partner; the kids access their student records.
Mr. Elliot cancels a school ski trip; Winnie becomes headmaster for a week.
Jackson and Lauren get trapped in an elevator; Winnie and Christian pretend to be married.
Ashley feigns illness to get out of a camping trip.
Jackson baby-sits; the gang tapes a promotional video.
Jackson devises a money-making scheme; Wally becomes possessive of Lauren.
Lazzarini wants to meet a TV star; the girls vie to be Queen of the Fall Ball.
Lazzarini and Jackson vie for a girl's affections; Christian gets into a basketball slump.
Jackson hurts his back; Christian's project promotes an exercise device.
Lazzarini's sister visits; Mr. Elliot and Mr. Juergens compete for Ms. Dupre's affections.
Katherine announces that she is leaving; Lauren and Ashley start a calendar.
Friends and family object to Ashley's beau; the boys think Ms. Dupre robbed a jeweler.
A manager wants to hear Jackson sing; Ms. Dupre tries to comfort Lazzarini.
Jackson falls in love with a blind girl; the girls must find dates for a dance.
Mr. Elliot's brother visits; Lauren wants to join the fencing team.
Jackson and Ashley kiss for a play; Christian is afraid of the dentist.
Christian shows the new German student around; a thief ransacks a dorm room.
An old friend visits Lauren; Lazzarini loses Christian's money in a poker game.
Lazzarini takes a career-aptitude test; Ashley kidnaps a chimp.
Jackson broadcasts from an abandoned radio station.
Winnie's old boyfriend visits; Jackson and Lazzarini pirate cable.
Lauren fails an important music audition; Mr. Elliot's new chair is delivered to the dorm.
Jackson gets a job as a waiter; a scary movie; Ms. Dupre's book club.
Jackson's father visits; the gang tries to organize a yard sale.
Lauren hopes to become a model; Winnie and Ashley sell cosmetics.
Christian must improve his grades; Lazzarini and Jackson open a hair salon.
Lazzarini finds love via the Internet; Ashley's snoring keeps everyone awake.
The boys eavesdrop on the girls' phone conversations.
Ashley's father intimidates potential suitors; Jackson and Christian plan a ski trip.
Jackson dates two girls at the same time; Winnie attends the dance with Christian.
The kids play truth or dare; Mr. Elliot and Ms. Dupre enjoy a romantic dinner.
Lauren's old boyfriend visits; Winnie dates a prince.
Winnie racks up a large credit-card bill; the kids find a copy of the upcoming French test.
Jackson takes Mr. Elliot's prized car without permission.
A new student arrives at the American School in Paris.