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Riley helps Jonah film a wedding as his latest video assignment, but the two get into a big fight in the middle of the ceremony over planning their own wedding. Putting her relationship ... See full summary »

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Auggie Kirkpatrick
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Lauren Yung (as Stephanie Jacobsen)
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Riley Richmond
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Jonah Miller
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David Breck
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Violet Foster (as Ashlee Simpson-Wentz)
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Sydney Andrews
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Kendra Wilson
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Detective James Rodriguez
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Mason
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Detective Drake
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Jessie Roberts
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Marcello
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Riley helps Jonah film a wedding as his latest video assignment, but the two get into a big fight in the middle of the ceremony over planning their own wedding. Putting her relationship with Jonah first, Riley breaks off her friendship with Auggie, who doesn't take the news very well. Meanwhile, Ella discovers Lauren's expensive new clothing and lingerie plus a large envelope of cash. Ella finally confronts her roommate about the late nights she's been working, and naturally Lauren has to think of a new lie to tell. Also, David fears he may be responsible for Sydney's death since he still cannot remember anything about that night. Written by matt-282

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Drama | Romance

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It Don't Move Me
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by Peter Bjorn & John
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