Secret life of the american teenager dating
They try to express themselves and reveal some kind of realized truth about themselves or their friends but it's just some whacked out pseudo-philosophy from a sex-deprived zealot named Brenda Hampton...it's pretentious and downright insulting.
I sure hope 16 year old's today (I'm 21 now) do not emulate the characters of this show, and I hope the show doesn't fill their impressionable minds with superficial, unrealistic bullshit.
I've seen every episode thus far (Season 2, Episode 19), so I'm not jumping the gun; I have a keen understanding of the characters and the story. Brenda Hampton has a deluded sense of reality- this is the only explanation for the superficial, melodramatic, and overly dramatized "secret life of the American teenager".
The characters are one-dimensional, and, every single one of them, including the boys, girls, mothers, fathers, mentally challenged individuals, teachers, and counselors are the exact same, they ALL only ever think and speak about sex.
"He just kind of lost himself in trying to obtain the unobtainable Amy."As for everyone else?
Grace went to medical school at NYU, Jack married Madison, and Adrian married Omar.
"Adrian and Omar are very happily married and perhaps the most successful financially out of the group.
He continues to revolutionize education, and she is finishing law school, and they have two of the cutest kids ever! This all sounds so exciting, but if you were hoping for a reunion episode, you're out of luck.
Robert Scott (Maternal Grandfather) Eva Juergens (Paternal Grandmother)Mimsy (Maternal Grandmother)George Juergens (Father)Anne Scott (Mother)Ashley Juergens (Sister)Robert Scott Johnson (Maternal Half-Brother)Kathleen Juergens (Step-Mother)Ricky Underwood (Husband)John Juergens (Son)Nora Underwood (Mother-in-law)Bob Underwood (Father-in-law)Sanjay Shakur (Foster Father-in-law)Margaret Shakur (Foster Mother-in-law) Grace Bowman (Stepsister) Tom Bowman (Stepbrother) Amy Juergens Underwood is one of the main characters and was known for being the pregnant girl at Grant High School during her freshmen year.
It's shows like this that could, if not properly moderated, brainwash the younger generations by making them more self-conscious and more concerned about sex.
If you're going to let television raise your teens for you, be careful.
Grant High School and is a French horn player in the band.
She spent the summer prior to the series at band camp, where she met drummer Ricky Underwood and lost her virginity to him not realizing it after 2 seconds.
The last scene ended up with Amy moving to New York, leaving Ricky and little John behind. Did it wrap up the series in a nice, neat bow and give us all the answers we've ever wanted about what happened to Amy, Ricky, Ben, Jack, Grace, Adrian, and Omar? Well, if the ending left you less than satisfied, we have some good news.