We've all heard the dreaded statement: "Thinks about the consequences". Especially when those consequences are for getting suspended and a secret video scandal. Sound juicy? We're hoping the actual episode is even juicier because apparently, Kat skipping school also involves a certain Patrick Verona. Ooh...!
What about Bianca, you say? Well, let's just say that, she and Joey might have to watch out for Chastity. More so than the usual. But look on the bright side! At least they wouldn't have to hide it anymore. Or would they?
Get excited (and tell me what you're excited about in the comments!) for the mid-season return of 10 Things I Hate About You Monday, March 29th with these official spoilers.
KAT GETS SUSPENDED FROM SCHOOL, WHILE BIANCA IS CAUGHT UP IN A VIDEO SCANDAL, IN THE MID-SEASON RETURN OF ABC FAMILY’S HIT COMEDY SERIES,
“10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU,” MONDAY, MARCH 29 AT 8:00 PM ET/PT
Burbank, CA (February 10, 2010) – ABC Family’s original comedy series, “10 Things I Hate About You,” returns with 10 all-new half hour episodes beginning Monday, March 29 (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT). The critically acclaimed series, recently named by the New York Times as one of the “Top 10 Television Shows of 2009,” bowed this summer as the network’s highest rated comedy in its history.
In the mid-season premiere episode, Kat and Patrick are caught skipping school and both get suspended. How will Kat deal with a suspension after learning it might ruin her GPA, potentially destroying her dream to get into a prestigious college? Meanwhile, Bianca has her own problems after a secret make-out session with Joey is caught on video. Will Chastity watch the security tape before Bianca gets the chance to erase the evidence? Find out in an all-new episode of ABC Family’s original series, “10 Things I Hate About You,” entitled “Da Repercussions,” directed by Henry Chan and written by Erin Ehrlich.
“10 Things I Hate About You” is executive produced by Carter Covington and Robin Schiff. Larry Miller reprises his role as Walter Stratford, the over-protective father to the Stratford sisters – Kat (Lindsey Shaw), a feminist with a razor-sharp tongue, and Bianca (Meaghan Martin), a girl with a plan to climb the social ladder at her new school. Ethan Peck takes on the role of resident bad boy, Patrick Verona. Nicholas Braun portrays Cameron James, Padua High’s “nice guy,” and Dana Davis portrays head cheerleader Chastity Church.
Source: ABC Family