213: Don't Say GoodbyeTHE DRAMA HEATS UP IN THE SEASON FINALE - Horrified by an uncomfortable moment with Charlotte (guest star Tori Anderson), Connor seeks solace in Scienetics. Raquel prepares for a fundraiser. Nick and Sabrina face a relationship crisis. Beth fights to keep Simon in her life. Meanwhile, Kal attempts to recover a hard drive, and Abby makes a life-changing decision. The episode was and directed by Martin Gero.
212: Xs and OsABBY WAKES UP IN VEGAS - Abby panics after making a very impulsive move with Gray (guest star Steve Byers). Kal struggles to make a decision about his relationship with his dad. Beth is terrified that she might lose Simon. Nick's career sinks to a new low. Sabrina receives what could be career-changing news. Raquel is getting in deeper and deeper at work. Meanwhile, Connor's sister Charlotte (guest star Tori Anderson) makes a move that completely shocks him. Michael Levinson also stars. The episode was written by Brendan Gall and directed by Martin Gero.
211: Now Or NeverKAL RECEIVES DEVASTATING NEWS - Kal is just beginning to feel good again when a phone call rocks his world. Raquel continues to do whatever it takes to make money to finance her film. Nick is forced to let Sabrina move in after her parents cut her off. Meanwhile, things begin to heat up between Abby and Gray (guest star Steve Byers). Finally, isn’t sure who he can trust. Dayle McLeod and Michael Levinson also star. The episode was written by Lara Azzopardi and directed by Peter Wellington.
210: Make It RightKAL FINALLY COMES FACE-TO-FACE WITH TARIQ - Kal and Abby set off together to find Tariq. Connor's sister (guest star Tori Anderson) introduces him to an interesting new religion. Meanwhile, back at The Lux, Beth and Simon get a surprise visitor. Finally, at Nick's urging Sabrina makes a confession that changes everything. Jewel Staite also stars. The episode was written by Carl Binder and directed by Stefan Brogren.
209: Help WantedKAL MAKES A STARTLING CONFESSION TO ABBY - Kal brings Abby into the studio to record backup tracks for his new album. Sabrina shows a softer side after Nick is fired. Beth continues to avoid her Father, and Raquel can't seem to catch a break. Finally, Connor thinks things are finally starting to turn around when he's hit with another bombshell. Michael Levinson also stars. The episode was written by Brendan Gall and directed by Stefan Brogren.
208: StayA MYSTERIOUS STRANGER SHOWS UP AT THE LUX - Connor receives life-changing news. Desperate for new material Nick, seeks inspiration in unexpected places. Raquel finally reaches her breaking point. Meanwhile, a handsome stranger sweeps Abby off of her feet, and Kal may have finally met his match. Georgina Reilly, Dayle McLeod and Michael Levinson also star. The episode was written by Carl Binder and directed by Stefan Brogren.
207: Half WayA DESPERATE RAQUEL COMES UP WITH A NEW PLAN - Kal is faced with a nuisance lawsuit and the situation heats up in a most unexpected way. Connor deceives Jennifer (guest star Krista Allen) in order to keep his makeshift family intact. Desperate, Raquel starts pulling the puppet strings of her new cast mates. Abby’s relationship drama causes major problems in her professional life. Meanwhile, back at The Lux Beth's efforts to smooth things over fall flat. Finally, Nick and Sabrina square off. Michael Levinson also stars. The episode was written by Carl Binder and directed by Stefan Brogren.
206: Rules of ThirdsABBY GETS CAUGHT IN A COMPROMISING POSITION - Connor has an unpleasant encounter with someone from Jennifer’s (guest star Krista Allen) past. Nick is surprised to find Sabrina up to her old tricks and sets out to even the score. Meanwhile, Kaldrick finds himself at a crossroads, and Beth lets her overprotective nature get the best of her. Finally, Abby begins to realize that she might be in over her head. Jewel Staite and Michael Levinson also star. The episode was written by Carl Binder and directed by Stefan Brogren.
205: Taking The DayTWO'S COMPANY, THREE'S A CROWD - Connor comes to Raquel’s aid. Meanwhile, Raquel’s troubles intensify, leading to a humiliating offer. Following a wild night with her co-stars, Abby’s love life gets even more complicated. Nick may be on fire at work, but his guys’ night out leaves Sabrina scorned. Finally, Beth takes Simon to a six-hour audition. Andra Fuller also stars. The episode was written by Carl Binder and directed by Stefan Brogren.
204: Be A ManKALDRICK RECONNECTS WITH HIS PAST - Connor is forced to make a tough choice. Kaldrick pays a visit to his father. Raquel suffers a blow to her ego on set. Abby looks to befriend her “Saying Grace” co-star. Nick grows tired of enduring Sabrina’s cruel pranks and tries to beat her at her own game. Finally, on a day full of big auditions for Simon, Beth’s mouth gets her into trouble. The episode was written by Brendan Gall and directed by Stefan Brogren.
203: Choose Your BattlesROCKY RELATIONSHIPS - Kaldrick is barely holding it together but dives back into work recording a new track for his album. Connor finally uses his influence and gets Raquel a role on his TV show, even as Raquel starts to feel jealous over Connor’s relationship with Jennifer (guest star Krista Allen). Nick and Abby’s rocky relationship is put to the test. Meanwhile, Beth breaks a few rules to get Simon more auditions. Georgina Reilly also stars. The episode was written by Karen Hill and directed by Martin Gero.
202: The ContractKALDRICK CONTINES TO BATTLE HIS DEMONS - Despite Abby's best efforts to masquerade as a good Christian girl, her first day on the TV show "Saying Grace" goes right to Hell. This is nothing compared to Nick’s woes as he's pitted against his former fling, Sabrina now that they're working together. Meanwhile, Connor gets an interesting offer from A-list movie star, Jennifer Bell. New to Los Angeles, Beth and her younger brother Simon struggle to make their own way while trying to break into the business. The episode was written and directed by Martin Gero.
201: VacancyTHINGS ARE HEATING UP FOR SEASON TWO - After the beating he gave Tariq, Kaldrick sets out to make things right, only to find that Tariq has gone into hiding. Meanwhile, in the aftermath of the fire, Connor is eager to drown his sorrows and turns to Raquel for comfort. But Raquel has her own issues as she faces life-changing news. Back at The Lux, Nick and Abby take their relationship to the next level. The episode was written and directed by Martin Gero.
106: Burn It DownYOUNG AND DESPERATE — Nick and Abby are trying to move past the casual phase of their relationship while still desperately trying to make their career dreams come true. Connor continues searching for answers but remains sad and lonely. Raquel's conscience gets the best of her and she starts to question all of her decisions. Meanwhile, Kal and Tariq seem to be moving in a great direction until the unthinkable happens. Martin Gero wrote and directed the episode.
105: HomeTHINGS AREN'T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM - Raquel should be ecstatic after finally securing financing for her project, but finds herself questioning her methods of making it happen. Connor continues his downward spiral and ends up at an all time low. Tariq brings Abby to the studio to lay down some vocals, which scores points for him, but Kaldrick is worried Abby might know too much and threatens her to ensure her silence. Meanwhile, Nick still isn't having any luck on stage, finally begins to see his love life heat up. Finally, when Alicia's sexy acting debut goes over better than expected, she becomes hopeful that it may open new doors for her dancing career. Martin Gero directed the episode written by Brendan Gall.
104: Other Side of the DoorTALENT DOESN'T ALWAYS GET YOU THE GIG - Tariq and Kal take a break from L.A. to relax and develop a new layer to their friendship. Raquel, who is dreading her birthday, looks to Gary (guest star Rob Stewart) and Connor to make her feel better. Meanwhile, feeling lost and discouraged, Abby and Nick spend the day together discovering the city and each other. Connor, who should be enjoying his success, is struggling with emotional challenges instead. Finally, when Alicia's exploits with Ricky (guest star Aaron Abrams "Rookie Blue") backfire, an unexpected opportunity presents itself. Stefan Brogren directed the episode written by Karen Hill.
103: Who You KnowJUST HOW FAR DOWN IS ROCK BOTTOM? - After being told that her Hollywood stock has plummeted, Raquel is dumped by her agency. Offended and angry, she's even more hell-bent on getting her script optioned, even if it calls for some serious manipulation. Nick, who's failing wildly on the comedy circuit, draws on a bizarre one-night-stand to finally get a laugh. Things are looking up for Tariq when he lays down a killer track, but when it's quickly shot down, Tariq wonders if Kaldrick might have it out for him. Meanwhile, Connor should be on top of the world, but he finds himself feeling sad and lonely in a big empty house, and Alicia receives a proposition that could boost her career. Finally, Abby, who has yet to receive her big break, finds herself dangerously close to having to give up her dreams and leave LA. Stefan Brogren directed the episode written by Matt Huether & Cole Bastedo.
102: Do SomethingCITY OF DREAMS - A struggling Abby is given the chance to make some big cash as long as she's willing to "play the part." Raquel decides she's not going to wait by the phone any longer and starts pushing to get a movie made where she can play the lead. Alicia's not having any luck with her dancing auditions so she takes a different approach by attending a party with a D-list actor (guest star Aaron Abrams "Rookie Blue"). Meanwhile, after presenting an impressive demo at the studio, Tariq is offered the chance to produce a track with the infamous rapper Kaldrick King. However, Tariq quickly realizes that this new role won't be easy. Martin Gero directed the episode written by Aaron Abrams.
101: Down in L.A.SIX YOUNG PERFORMERS PURSUE THEIR DREAMS IN HOLLYWOOD - Broke and desperate, aspiring actress Abby finds a place to crash at "The Lux" Motel in L.A. Here, she meets a group of like-minded displaced dreamers; Raquel, a former teen star who needs another chance, Alicia, a tenacious dancer who gets so close in every audition, Tariq, an intern/go-fer trying to get noticed in the competitive hip-hop world, Nick, a struggling comedian who has no luck with women and Connor, the strikingly handsome Australian actor who has just landed a series. The episode was written and directed by Martin Gero.
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