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Moment that made you melt: Kim sings a whole song to Hugo to remind him how she feels. He asks if she wants the truth, then nods and says, "No" with an adorable and totally melt-worthy smirk, particularly for those who fall for bad boys. But when John asks his brother Scott (Penn Badgley) to spy on Kate, the "Other Tucker" begins to develop feelings for her. What it's about: Danielle (Elisha Cuthbert) moves in next door to Matthew (Emile Hirsch), who "accidentally" sees her changing through the window. P, What it's about: "Pleasantly plump," puffy-haired, and perfectly confident Baltimore teenager Tracy Turnblad (Ricki Lake) doesn't just take queen bee Amber Von Tussle's (Colleen Fitzpatrick) top spot on the The Corny Collins Show — she wins over Amber's dreamy boyfriend Link Larkin (Michael St.
—Emily Orley What it's about: A modern-day twist on the classic titular tale, Sam (Hillary Duff) is invited to the homecoming dance by an anonymous internet friend, Austin (Chad Michael Murray), who happens to be the school's quarterback and Mr. Sam shows up at the dance hidden by a mask, and Austin quickly falls for her. When Keith decides to ask out the popular Amanda (Lea Thompson), Watts helps him in his quest, even as she realizes she wants more from him than friendship herself.
But she disappears at midnight to return home before her evil stepmother realizes she's gone, leaving behind just a flip phone. Moment that made you melt: Watts, keeping Keith company in the garage in which he works, offers to coach him in kissing.
Moment that made you melt: "I just want to make sure that the first person who kisses you loves you," Sam tells a wide-eyed Charlie before becoming just that. What it's about: Sweet Apple, Ohio's Kim Mac Afee (Ann-Margaret) is newly pinned to aw-shucks cutie Hugo (Bobby Rydell) and also the luckiest girl in the world: She's picked to be the last girl Elvis-like teen heartthrob Conrad Birdie (Jesse Pearson) kisses before he heads into the army. What it's about: Perfect Christian Mary (Jena Malone) gets pregnant by her gay boyfriend and decides to hide the pregnancy, while new kid Patrick (Patrick Fugit) shows up after his stint skateboarding for Christ in South America and falls for her. Moment that made you melt: OK, so it's not really between Jules and Mox, but when Mox manages to resist the super-hot Darcy (Ali Larter) who's donning her legendary whipped cream bikini, it is incredibly swoonworthy. " he says definitely to the half-naked woman covered in dessert. Juno decides to give the baby up for adoption, but through her pregnancy and parting with the child, she and Paulie grow closer. What it's about: Five high school students from very different cliques find themselves in Saturday detention with a lot more in common than they could've ever believed.
And while the mutual declarations of love that follow aren't evenly matched — Sam's isn't a romantic love, yet — the moment is sharply honest and lovely. Hugo and Kim define young, chaste love that's disrupted by Conrad's bad boy persona. Moment that made you melt: "Will you go out with me? Moment that made you melt: Paulie cuddles with Juno in her hospital bed after she's given birth as tears roll down her cheeks. Moment that made you melt: When the princess (Claire, played by Molly Ringwald) pays the criminal (Bender, played by Judd Nelson) a visit in the closet he's been sequestered to and asks him if he was really disgusted by her lipstick trick. What it's about: New girl Kate (Brittany Snow) has aligned herself with the ex-girlfriends of heartbreaker John Tucker (Jesse Metcalfe) in an effort to woo and then dump him.
Moment that made you melt: Clad in their underwear, Sam and Suzy dance to a Françoise Hardy record on her brother’s portable player, first separately and then closer. ” First forays into sex have never looked so quirkily adorable. They send her off to get reformed at a reparative therapy facility for teens called True Directions where she meets the angsty Graham (Clea Duvall).