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Pacific Coast Academy, a once all-boys boarding school, is now...CO-ED! Zoey Brooks joins her 10-year-old brother Dustin, a current student at PCA, as she learns to live on her own, meet new friends, and show PCA what she's all about!

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Pacific Coast Academy, a once all-boys boarding school, is now...CO-ED! Zoey Brooks joins her 10-year-old brother Dustin, a current student at PCA, as she learns to live on her own, meet new friends, and show PCA what she's all about!

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    • EPISODE 1

    Welcome to PCA

    Zoey Brooks and her brother, Dustin, are heading to their first day at Pacific Coast Academy, a private boarding school that is allowing females to enroll for the first time in its history. As Zoey gets acquainted with her new surroundings, she decides to try out for the boys' basketball team, a decision that is met with opposition from a boy named Logan. Zoey challenges Logan to a five-on-five, boys-versus-girls basketball game, which the boys dominate until Zoey's gruff roommate Dana decides to join the fray, carrying the girls all the way back to within one point. The girls lose on Dana's missed last-second shot, but win the boys' respect and acceptance in the process.

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    • 23 Minutes

    Zoey Brooks and her brother, Dustin, are heading to their first day at Pacific Coast Academy, a private boarding school that is allowing females to enroll for the first time in its history. As Zoey gets acquainted with her new surroundings, she decides to try out for the boys' basketball team, a decision that is met with opposition from a boy named Logan. Zoey challenges Logan to a five-on-five, boys-versus-girls basketball game, which the boys dominate until Zoey's gruff roommate Dana decides to join the fray, carrying the girls all the way back to within one point. The girls lose on Dana's missed last-second shot, but win the boys' respect and acceptance in the process.

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    • 23 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    New Roomies

    Zoey's roommates, Dana and Nicole, constantly fight, so Zoey moves into a different room with a girl named Quinn who turns out to be far stranger than either of them. But Nicole and Dana seem happier since Zoey's departure, and she doesn't want to hurt Quinn's feelings, so she pretends to be perfectly content with her new living situation. But when Quinn unexpectedly asks Zoey to move out, Zoey returns to her old room with Dana and Nicole, where they learn to better appreciate one another and how to compromise and co-exist.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Zoey's roommates, Dana and Nicole, constantly fight, so Zoey moves into a different room with a girl named Quinn who turns out to be far stranger than either of them. But Nicole and Dana seem happier since Zoey's departure, and she doesn't want to hurt Quinn's feelings, so she pretends to be perfectly content with her new living situation. But when Quinn unexpectedly asks Zoey to move out, Zoey returns to her old room with Dana and Nicole, where they learn to better appreciate one another and how to compromise and co-exist.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Webcam

    Logan offers the girls a peace offering in the form of a stuffed animal, which turns out to be imbedded with a webcam that he uses to spy on them in their lounge. When the girls finally realize how their secrets are being disseminated throughout campus, they devise a plan to incriminate Logan using the help of the other boys and the owner of a campus sushi restaurant. Logan ends up confessing to the dean, and the other kids all celebrate with free sushi.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Logan offers the girls a peace offering in the form of a stuffed animal, which turns out to be imbedded with a webcam that he uses to spy on them in their lounge. When the girls finally realize how their secrets are being disseminated throughout campus, they devise a plan to incriminate Logan using the help of the other boys and the owner of a campus sushi restaurant. Logan ends up confessing to the dean, and the other kids all celebrate with free sushi.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    Defending Dustin

    Dustin is concerned that Zoey is mothering him too much, and when a school bully forces Dustin to do his homework for him, Zoey confronts the bully in public, embarrassing Dustin in the process and further enraging the bully. When Dustin comes to Chase and Michael for advice on the subject, they tell him to stick up for himself, which prompts Dustin to challenge the bully to a fight. Zoey gets wind of the fight and instead of intervening directly, orchestrates a ruse whereby the janitor poses as a dean in order to threaten the school bully with disciplinary action. The next time Dustin stands up for himself, the bully backs down, and Zoey is satisfied knowing she helped, even if Dustin is none the wiser.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Dustin is concerned that Zoey is mothering him too much, and when a school bully forces Dustin to do his homework for him, Zoey confronts the bully in public, embarrassing Dustin in the process and further enraging the bully. When Dustin comes to Chase and Michael for advice on the subject, they tell him to stick up for himself, which prompts Dustin to challenge the bully to a fight. Zoey gets wind of the fight and instead of intervening directly, orchestrates a ruse whereby the janitor poses as a dean in order to threaten the school bully with disciplinary action. The next time Dustin stands up for himself, the bully backs down, and Zoey is satisfied knowing she helped, even if Dustin is none the wiser.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    Prank Week

    When the boys TP the girls' dorm and bombard them with water balloons as part of the PCA tradition of "prank week," the girls devise a plan to get even which consists of defacing the statue in front of the boys' dorm. As it turns out, the son of the founder of PCA is on hand to witness the vandalism of his father's statue, and in a fit of rage, he decides it was a mistake to let girls into PCA. When Zoey takes sole blame for the prank, the founder’s son allows the other girls to stay, provided that Zoey accepts her expulsion and issues an apology to the entire student body. When the day of Zoey's address to the school comes, all students, male and female, have teamed up to pull one final prank and absolve Zoey once and for all.

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    • 22 Minutes

    When the boys TP the girls' dorm and bombard them with water balloons as part of the PCA tradition of "prank week," the girls devise a plan to get even which consists of defacing the statue in front of the boys' dorm. As it turns out, the son of the founder of PCA is on hand to witness the vandalism of his father's statue, and in a fit of rage, he decides it was a mistake to let girls into PCA. When Zoey takes sole blame for the prank, the founder’s son allows the other girls to stay, provided that Zoey accepts her expulsion and issues an apology to the entire student body. When the day of Zoey's address to the school comes, all students, male and female, have teamed up to pull one final prank and absolve Zoey once and for all.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    The Play

    An announcement is made that the school play at PCA will be based on Chase's original script, so he is offered the male lead and casts Zoey opposite him, as his love interest. But when Logan comes in to read and is clearly better than everyone else, Chase is left no choice but to award him the lead role. At first, Zoey is hesitant to work with Logan and plans on quitting, until she sees him in action and immediately becomes smitten. Chase tries to sabotage Logan by getting him to catch Dustin's cold, but the plan backfires and Chase is sequestered in the infirmary on opening night. Meanwhile as the play unfolds, Logan's true colors are revealed, allowing Zoey to see him for the jerk he really is. She improvises some alternate dialogue to avoid kissing him at the end of the play, and the crowd loves the new version and responds with a standing ovation.

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    • 22 Minutes

    An announcement is made that the school play at PCA will be based on Chase's original script, so he is offered the male lead and casts Zoey opposite him, as his love interest. But when Logan comes in to read and is clearly better than everyone else, Chase is left no choice but to award him the lead role. At first, Zoey is hesitant to work with Logan and plans on quitting, until she sees him in action and immediately becomes smitten. Chase tries to sabotage Logan by getting him to catch Dustin's cold, but the plan backfires and Chase is sequestered in the infirmary on opening night. Meanwhile as the play unfolds, Logan's true colors are revealed, allowing Zoey to see him for the jerk he really is. She improvises some alternate dialogue to avoid kissing him at the end of the play, and the crowd loves the new version and responds with a standing ovation.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 7

    Jet X

    As a project for Business Class, the kids are instructed to break into small groups and shoot commercials for a new scooter on the market called the Jet-X. Nicole, Zoey and Dana can't agree on how to approach their project, so they end up defecting into solo projects that all go very poorly. Meanwhile, Logan uses his father's connections to acquire professional equipment and the services of Jeff Garrett - celebrity spokesperson - for the boys' commercial. By the time the girls realize that they made a mistake by separating, it's too late to come up with anything new, so Zoey takes it upon herself to salvage the project by combining all of the girls' various footage into a brand new, Super-Commercial that ultimately wins the grand prize.

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    • 22 Minutes

    As a project for Business Class, the kids are instructed to break into small groups and shoot commercials for a new scooter on the market called the Jet-X. Nicole, Zoey and Dana can't agree on how to approach their project, so they end up defecting into solo projects that all go very poorly. Meanwhile, Logan uses his father's connections to acquire professional equipment and the services of Jeff Garrett - celebrity spokesperson - for the boys' commercial. By the time the girls realize that they made a mistake by separating, it's too late to come up with anything new, so Zoey takes it upon herself to salvage the project by combining all of the girls' various footage into a brand new, Super-Commercial that ultimately wins the grand prize.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 8

    Quinn's Date

    Quinn develops a crush on a boy named Mark, but when Zoey finds out that Mark's not interested, she decides to take it upon herself to organize a fake "date" between the two oblivious parties. She tells Quinn that Mark accepted the invitation and tricks Mark into showing up. When Mark's girlfriend also shows up, Zoey's plan is foiled, but Quinn and Mark end up embroiled in a burgeoning romance despite it all.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Quinn develops a crush on a boy named Mark, but when Zoey finds out that Mark's not interested, she decides to take it upon herself to organize a fake "date" between the two oblivious parties. She tells Quinn that Mark accepted the invitation and tricks Mark into showing up. When Mark's girlfriend also shows up, Zoey's plan is foiled, but Quinn and Mark end up embroiled in a burgeoning romance despite it all.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 9

    Spring Fling

    Zoey, Dana and Nicole sign up for the Spring Fling planning committee in hopes of getting Drake Bell to perform at the festivities and consequently turn a formerly lame tradition into a new, exciting event. When it turns out that Drake comes with a five thousand dollar price tag, the girls decide to have a fundraiser in order to drum up some cash. They only raise one thousand, but the PCA Chairman of the Board agrees to pay for the remaining cost provided that the kids wash his car for him. But the kids end up crashing the car and spending the Drake Bell money to fix it before the Chairman can notice. Drake’s band refuses to go on for less money, until they eventually strike a deal with Zoey that involves her specially-designed concert tees.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Zoey, Dana and Nicole sign up for the Spring Fling planning committee in hopes of getting Drake Bell to perform at the festivities and consequently turn a formerly lame tradition into a new, exciting event. When it turns out that Drake comes with a five thousand dollar price tag, the girls decide to have a fundraiser in order to drum up some cash. They only raise one thousand, but the PCA Chairman of the Board agrees to pay for the remaining cost provided that the kids wash his car for him. But the kids end up crashing the car and spending the Drake Bell money to fix it before the Chairman can notice. Drake’s band refuses to go on for less money, until they eventually strike a deal with Zoey that involves her specially-designed concert tees.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 10

    Backpack

    Stacy, an employee at the PCA bookstore, steals Zoey's backpack prototype, and the whole school gets backpack fever, leaving Stacy to reap all the benefits. When a major department store becomes involved, Zoey is determined to beat Stacy at her own game and take back what is rightfully hers.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Stacy, an employee at the PCA bookstore, steals Zoey's backpack prototype, and the whole school gets backpack fever, leaving Stacy to reap all the benefits. When a major department store becomes involved, Zoey is determined to beat Stacy at her own game and take back what is rightfully hers.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 11

    Disc Golf

    In an attempt to get out of gym class, the kids expose a loophole in PCA policy and form a Frisbee Golf team, but the rules stipulate that in order for the team to be official, they have to compete in and win at least one sanctioned event. Chase's plan to schedule a game with an easy opponent backfires, however, when he inadvertently books a team of juvenile delinquent Frisbee golfers from Ridgeway Youth Detention Facility. The Ridgeway kids win, but when they escape from their parole officers, the PCA team is awarded the forfeit victory.

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    • 22 Minutes

    In an attempt to get out of gym class, the kids expose a loophole in PCA policy and form a Frisbee Golf team, but the rules stipulate that in order for the team to be official, they have to compete in and win at least one sanctioned event. Chase's plan to schedule a game with an easy opponent backfires, however, when he inadvertently books a team of juvenile delinquent Frisbee golfers from Ridgeway Youth Detention Facility. The Ridgeway kids win, but when they escape from their parole officers, the PCA team is awarded the forfeit victory.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 12

    School Dance

    When the PCA school dance committee implements an experimental new personality-based partner selection process, Zoey – through some seemingly technological glitch – is paired up with two boys, Chase and Glen, of which she chooses Glen to be her date at the dance. While at the dance all the kids struggle to deal with their assigned matches, and it is eventually revealed that Chase and Glen both used dishonest means to get Zoey's personality test answers in order to insure being paired with her. Zoey is upset with both of them, but comes to understand their reasons for doing so.

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    • 22 Minutes

    When the PCA school dance committee implements an experimental new personality-based partner selection process, Zoey – through some seemingly technological glitch – is paired up with two boys, Chase and Glen, of which she chooses Glen to be her date at the dance. While at the dance all the kids struggle to deal with their assigned matches, and it is eventually revealed that Chase and Glen both used dishonest means to get Zoey's personality test answers in order to insure being paired with her. Zoey is upset with both of them, but comes to understand their reasons for doing so.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 13

    Little Beach Party

    It's the end of the semester and the entire student body is looking forward to the celebratory party at a nearby beach, but when one of Quinn's inventions goes awry, the kids find themselves four hours away from their intended destination at another beach altogether. While stranded on this empty, abandoned beach, the kids decide to make the most of their situation until they are finally able to contact help in the form of Mr. Bender and his trusty pick-up truck.

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    • 22 Minutes

    It's the end of the semester and the entire student body is looking forward to the celebratory party at a nearby beach, but when one of Quinn's inventions goes awry, the kids find themselves four hours away from their intended destination at another beach altogether. While stranded on this empty, abandoned beach, the kids decide to make the most of their situation until they are finally able to contact help in the form of Mr. Bender and his trusty pick-up truck.

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    • 22 Minutes
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