Skins (2011)
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Tony 

Tony has decided that it's time Stanley lose his virginity... to Caddie despite Stanley's feelings for Michelle. All that's required is some spliff. While Stanley acquires the drugs, Tony and his girlfriend Michelle find a party to crash.

Director:

Scott Smith

Writers:

Bryan Elsley, Bryan Elsley (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rachel Thevenard ... Michelle Richardson
James Newman ... Tony Snyder
Danny Flaherty ... Stanley Lucerne (as Daniel Flaherty)
Ron Mustafa ... Abbud Siddiqui (as Ron Mustafaa)
Sofia Black-D'Elia ... Tea Marvelli
Camille Cresencia-Mills ... Daisy Valero
Jesse Carere ... Chris Collins
Britne Oldford ... Cadie Campbell
Eleanor Zichy ... Eura Snyder
Sabrina Grdevich ... Renée Snyder
John Robinson John Robinson ... Jimmy Snyder
Katie Henney ... Tabitha
Anastasia Phillips ... Tina Nolan
Greg Ellwand Greg Ellwand ... Mad Mao Le Dong
Tenika Davis ... Jamazia
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Storyline

Tony is focusing on making Stanley lose his virginity to Caddie, despite the fact that Stanley, in reality, likes Tony's girlfriend, Michelle. Stanley buys some marijuana to help him sleep with Caddie something that leads to much more trouble than planned. When Tea, Chris, Abbud and Daisy crash the party where Michelle, Tony, Caddie and Stanley were already attending, things quickly get out of hand and Caddie overdoses on pills. The gang rushes her to a hospital in a stolen car only to find out that Caddie is fine in the end. The stolen car, along with the weeds, ends up sinking in a lake due to an honest mistake and after a long and eventful day they all go back home. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 2011 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Trivia

Tony insists on calling Michelle "Nips" during this episode. It's intended to be a double entendre and to suggest that her areolas are in some way off or humorous thereby putting her down twice with a single insult. In the British, the joke is funnier. The traditional British sobriquet "His Nibs" refers to a self-important person or someone who, quite literally puts themselves forward. See more »

Goofs

When Miriam undresses at her window to flirt with Tony, you see that the house is a duplex (525 and 527 Markham Street) and that she lives in the left-hand half of the duplex (527). Later, when she picks up her mail, she takes the mail from the box for the right-hand half of the duplex (525), then turns toward the door for that other person's home, not hers. See more »

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References Gossip Girl (2007) See more »

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Here for You
(uncredited)
Performed by Miseta
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Seriously Terrible and Shallow Remake
18 January 2011 | by ssourgirlSee all my reviews

Why is it we feel we have to rip off UK series and turn them "American?" This so called American version is such a poor imitation of the original its extremely difficult to watch. Its poorly cast, badly acted (aside from the actor playing "Stanley") and lacking the complexity and depth that the UK series captured. I don't have this on good authority but it appears to be filmed in Canada and the accents are clearly Canadian. The actor playing Tony is so lifeless its pathetic.

All the comparisons aside, I can't help but think if I didn't see the UK series first, I would have yawned through this one or turned the channel.


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