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The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Season 5HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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The hit original series “Secret Life,” returns for a 5th season, taking the show into over 100 episodes – a first for the network’s scripted series. This season, viewers will see Ricky and Amy continue to bond as a family with John, while Ben struggles with the knowledge that he may have contributed to burning down Dylan’s school. There is also a new freshman student, Kathy, who is pregnant and Amy becomes her mentor at school. Don't miss even one episode.

Customer Reviews

Okay, seriously...enough already!

Whether or not it was their intention, the writers are leading audiences to believe that teenagers are stupid, selfish, and mindless young people with a complete inability to think for themselves. They have no lives, no interests, no direction to speak of, and the adults are even more of a joke. It's one thing if you're an adult who views this show as a guilty pleasure and has enough intelligence to laugh about the situations presented, but what about the teens who are watching this? It just makes me sad that producers like Brenda Hampton believe that this is the best television they can provide for today's young people. The idea that this is a "cautionary tale" for teenagers is just plain BS, because the characters have been making the exact same mistakes over and over since the pilot episode, and they show no interest in changing. If you're trying to set an example for kids, the first step is, well, setting an example, rather than writing in circles around fictional characters who essentially have no redeeming qualities and are nothing short of a train wreck. At first, I was appalled at this series, but then I thought, well, maybe it's not supposed to be taken seriously. Maybe I just need to take a chill pill and treat it as the satire that it clearly is. But now that the show has reached a fifth season and shows no signs of slowing down, I'm just sickened. It's not funny anymore and should have been cancelled LONG ago. Maybe it's just me, but our media needs producers/screenwriters who respect teenagers as people and are at least willing to portray them as honest, true-to-life individuals. I'm not saying that they should be painted as perfect, but come on--how long are we going to keep glorifying teen sex and pregnancy? Give our teenagers something to watch that has a real storyline, relatable characters, and hey, maybe even a cast that knows how to act. That never hurts.

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i really liked the first episode here. Amy and RIcky FINALLY got married. i have always wanted them together and they finally did and now they are married. this is my favorite show ever although i could do with them taking about gay people less.

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