The ABC Family series centered on a group of teenagers, portrayed Shailene Woodley, Daren Kagasoff, Megan Park and more, who attempt to pursue their hopes and dreams only to be met with roadblocks like teen pregnancy. Woodley is perhaps the best known of the "Secret Life" crew after starring in 2011's "The Descendents" and earning a Golden Globe nomination for her performance. THE SECRET LIFE OF THE AMERICAN TEENAGER “And Circumstance“ Season 4 Episode 13 – It’s been a long thirteen weeks (ignoring the episodes from season 3 which plagued the first half of the summer, of course) but Ricky and co are finally graduating to pursue higher education and leave their friends in high school.
Episode Synopsis: The Secret Life of the American Teenager Season 5 Episode 13 “To Each Her Own” – Amy buys a thrift store wedding dress and is the only one who likes it, while Anne discovers that her ex, David, might be the biological father of Robie.


In the fifth-season opener, Amy (Shailene Woodley) and Ricky (Daren Kagasoff) run off as they contemplate eloping, and George (Mark Derwin) is the only person aware of their secret.
Elsewhere, Ben (Ken Baumann) wrestles with guilt concerning a fire; and Adrian (Francia Raisa) prepares for college. It was a startling revelation for those of us who watch the show with raised eyebrow: it showed what this show was, on some far away horizen, capable of. Giving us the soapy yet sincere tragedy of high school and marriage, of death and birth and life, of breakdowns and depressions.


When the show decided to splurge out for some Adele, it had it’s most chilling moment ever.



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