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On episode nine of season two when Cassie runs away to New York City and she meets up with that guy who gives her shelter and then leaves her, why does she cry after she reads his letter?
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It contains the viewing figures for series 2
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doesnt it say that hes gone or sumin?
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It contains the viewing figures for series 2
that made me laugh so much
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It contains the viewing figures for series 2
LMAO :rofl:
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Yes, I thought it was cause he had left and wouldnt be back for the forseeable future. So he just left her in his apartment. As you do with someone you just met a few days previously:rolleyes:
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I think the real question concerning skins is: "Effie, HOT or NOT?"

I know which one i'd vote for...
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On episode nine of season two when Cassie runs away to New York City and she meets up with that guy who gives her shelter and then leaves her, why does she cry after she reads his letter?
Because it's the most well written episode in the whole two years, and actually contains some emotional ambiguity. It's the one episode that moved me, really. Anyway, this is a decent explanation: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...postcount=893:

Cassie is crying not over Adam but over what she realises. When she bites the apple it shows she accepts reality - Eden can't last forever and you have to face up to the bad stuff in the world. She is trying to face up to things in life for once and accept what she's running from. It works on another level too as it shows she's breaking the eating disorder cycle again.
Cassie's such a... human character.
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[QUOTE=Grape190190]Because it's the most well written episode in the whole two years, and actually contains some emotional ambiguity. It's the one episode that moved me, really. Anyway, this is a decent explanation: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...postcount=893:

I agree with you completely it was really heart wrenching but I didn't know she'd get so attached to someone after only 2 days,but still, shows how vulnerable she is.
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I agree with you completely it was really heart wrenching but I didn't know she'd get so attached to someone after only 2 days,but still, shows how vulnerable she is.
I think it was more that she had to start living in the real world again: that despite all the temptation that this guy, Adam, seemed to offer... eventually she had to get back to living. There's no escape, just life. Death. Sid. Food.
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She actually wears watches on her ankles in real life.
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She actually wears watches on her ankles in real life.
really? how do you know lol
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really? how do you know lol
this girl i know saw her at an alevel revision thing and she was sitting alone at lunchtime and the girl asked her if she wanted to sit with her... she said no. haha.
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doesnt it say that hes gone or sumin?
He said something like "I've gone to take some snaps". Previously he said that the girl in all his pictures was "gone now" so a lot of people assume he killed himself to be with that girl. :confused:

But I think Cassie was crying because she realises she has to face the real world and deal with her problems. Or at least move on from them...
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she's just generally a whining melodramatic nause
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"Effie, HOT or NOT?"
Yes very.
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Don't you just think shes evil for knowing about Chris and refusing to tell Jal.
I really didn't like her. Skins 3 coming soon! x:yep:
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He said something like "I've gone to take some snaps". Previously he said that the girl in all his pictures was "gone now" so a lot of people assume he killed himself to be with that girl. :confused:

But I think Cassie was crying because she realises she has to face the real world and deal with her problems. Or at least move on from them...
yes that XD
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Ahh i loved that episode.
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I think it was more that she had to start living in the real world again: that despite all the temptation that this guy, Adam, seemed to offer... eventually she had to get back to living. There's no escape, just life. Death. Sid. Food.
why do you think she kept running at the end of that episode?
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