September 25th, 2009

SVH (Sweet Valley High)
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SVH 53: Second Chance

Today is a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. Help me, Sweet Valley, you’re my only hope!

Um, yeah, I just crave the lulz. I turned my apartment upside down looking for SVU: Escape to New York, which I began recapping months ago. But it’s still missing. I guess I’m going to have to put up missing fliers all over the neighborhood. It’s too bad there isn’t some kind of Amber alert for missing Sweet Valley books. There should also be some kind of Sweet Valley special response team that will come in and find your book. Some people just don’t understand that this is an EMERGENCY.

Luckily, I did find my copy of Sweet Valley High #53: Second Chance. It’s been recapped already, but I’m desperate here. Desperate!

My edition is a hardcover library edition. I only mention it because it makes me laugh to think of some book binder trying to save this book, thinking it’s some kind of classic literature that needs to be preserved for posterity. I mean, it is classic and does need to be preserved, but… not in the way that was intended!

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[random] smarties

SVH TV: Season 2, Episode 11: The Quick and the Blonde

Synopsis: Liz discovers that Bruce's ancestor Bruno did not found Sweet Valley as he claims. This episode is loosely (LOOSELY!!!!!) based on the Wakefield Legacy saga, and is one of the most awesomest episodes ever.

There are rows of old photographs throughout the hallways of Sweet Valley High. Chrome Dome is showing a group of students around so they can learn about the history of Sweet Valley. Elizabeth thinks the talk is awesome. Jessica thinks the talk is dullsville but she's at least missing out of a geometry quiz for participating. They stop in front of a photo, and Chrome Dome then introduces the "Living Legacy" who had put together the exhibit: Sweet Valley's very own Bruce Patman. Before he lets Bruce continue with his talk, he tells the group that there will be a makeup geometry quiz at lunch. Ha!

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