Faking It Season 2 Recap: Lust in Translation

By April Lara | 3 years ago
Faking It Season 2 Recap: Lust in Translation
Katie Stevens in July 2010.Wikimedia Commons/Debbie Byron

Previously on “Faking It” Season 2 Episode 3 “Lust in Translation,” things got hotter at Hester High when Brazilian students visited the school. We will fill you in with what you have missed. Read on for the full recap below.

Karma and Amy have made a decision to tell the whole school that they were no longer a couple. Before they can say it, these hot Brazilian students walked in, and that ignited an idea for Karma when she planned to get Amy someone from these students that she can fall in love with — not just someone, though, because Karma was rooting for a girl for her best friend. However, Amy had her eyes set already  on a male exchange student, and she told Karma about this. She was pretty surprised that her best friend was going for a guy this time, but nevertheless, she helped her look good to get noticed.

Lauren was planning a carnival for the school’s visitors, and she let Theo help her. During the carnival, a girl got a crush on Amy, and Amy told her about her feelings for Karma. Shane saw everything, and he kissed Karma just to test if he is really gay. Apparently, he really is gay. After the whole carnival thing where Karma messed things up, Amy told her that she will start to move on.

Shane tried to set up Liam with one of the Brazilian girls, and Karma ran into him and the girl and told him that she was happy that he is moving on. But we know that Liam and Karma are still into each other. Liam confessed to Shane about his feelings for Karma and then told him that he slept with Amy.

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.