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Published on Mar 16, 2012
Episode 8 of Season 6.
Video description by http://www.youtube.com/user/k3nnyisaw... Ryan's dreading the day they all leave for Georgia. He wants to get out of there, but not without Ariel. So Mable is in the living room looking depressed and Ariel comes to sit with her. They both miss Annette, but Ariel tells her mother that kidnapping more girls isn't going to bring her back. Mable claims she has nothing, but what about Ariel? You got your other daughter, so quit acting so stuck-up around her. But she does realize she's been a horrible mother to Ariel and knows that her daughter's the only one that she needs. At school, Nicole tells Maddie she never thought well of her hair, and Maddie replies by saying she never thought well of Nicole's stilettos. Either way, Nicole's so happy that Danny, who she accuses of being the cutest boy at school, asked her out. But Maddie feels like things between her and "Ryan" aren't gonna work with his recent change of attitude. Examples of that would be the make-out session at his house, his brief disappearance, and finding his grandparents tied up. Nicole thinks back to when the real Ryan got shot. She didn't really get to see what the shooter looked like but knows she saw Ryan on the ground. Nicole just can't figure out why he came back looking fine. That's when the other Ryan comes and begins to explain it all. He feels it's time to tell them what really happened. He reveals himself to be Ryan's twin brother Drake. Nobody ever knew that he had a twin, but Drake tells them that their father kidnapped him while they were newborns and that their mother never explained it to Ryan...alright I think this is quite enough of giving away the entire episode. So just enjoy it, a'ight?
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