1-16 "The Son Also Falls" March 11
We'll meet Jack's daughter Whitney (Brianne Howey),
who arrives in town after being kicked out of boarding school. Whitney befriends Lacey; she also gets fashion help from Karen,
and opens up to Karen about something that's happened. Whitney and Danny knew each other as small kids.
school, Jo and Andie separately consider running for student president, and they're aided by Charlie and Rico respectively.
Jo is doing this in hopes of moving on from Danny.
Danny's still haunted by Vikram, which may explain
why he doesn't finish a test; Lacey confronts him, as she wants to know what he's hiding.
"You're a Good Man, Charlie McBride" March 18
Danny learns about something Charlie's been lying
about. Danny punches Charlie. Charlie becomes closer to Jo, which Danny doesn't like. Jo learns more about Charlie's
and Danny's time in juvie.
Karen has advice for Danny, but will he take it?
and Whitney go to a club in New York City. Is Whitney too wild for Lacey?
Karen helps Tess with a
personal matter. Tess discovers something about the adoption of her baby girl.
How is Jack connected
to Vikram? That's what Kyle wants to find out.
1-18 "Danny, Interrupted" March
Kyle questions Jack at the police station. Danny and Karen have different ideas about how to help Jack.
confronts Danny about Jack. Jo begins questioning the motives of a friend.
Lacey attempts to be a
good friend to Whitney.
Danny goes to the doctor at juvie looking for answers about Charlie; he also
wants to know if the doctor thinks Danny is crazy.
Tess reveals her secret to Jo. Tess receives
1-19 April 1 Season finale
Rico is late to dinner
with Andie and her parents. Andie's unhappy, even though Rico has a good excuse.
Whitney's mom wants
to take her home. Lacey wants to keep Whitney from leaving.
A doctor reveals information to Tess
about her child.
Several people make confessions to the police. One of them is Jo.
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