Faking It Season 2 Recap: Stupid Drama Queens

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

Drama, drama and more drama in the latest episode of “Faking It” Season 2, Episode 4 “Stupid Drama Queens.”Not only we are talking about high school drama, but the real drama — the one we see in plays and stuff like that. Read on for the full recap.

Okay, so now that Shane knows Liam and Amy hooked up behind Karma’s back, he confronted Amy about this. Amy told Shane not to tell Karma about it, and she pestered him to give Liam’s address so she can come to him and talk.

Amy came to Liam’s front door, and Liam was caught off guard. He kicked her out, but Amy was persistent. She even introduced herself as Liam’s girlfriend to his family. Apparently, the whole thing going on at Liam’s is an engagement party, and Liam has another secret that he revealed to Amy: it was the engagement party of his “sister,” who’s actually his mother, and the parents that the school knows about are actually his grandparents. They kept it a secret because of the whole teen pregnancy thing — his mother had him out of wedlock. With that secret out, he finally agreed not to tell Karma about their hook up just as long as Amy keeps his whole family thing a secret as well.

Meanwhile, a drama club auditions was being held, and the drama teacher was Laverne Cox (“Orange Is the New Black”), and those who wish to audition should sing, dance and act. The cast performed well, and it was like a “Glee” episode! Can we just praise Karma’s amazing voice too? That girl can sing!

What do you think of this episode? Which performance do you like best? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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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.