Inner Circle - Playing the Game; Cinderella II; Taking sides; The Game Summary & Analysis

Kieran Scott
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Playing the Game; Cinderella II; Taking sides; The Game Summary

Sabine admits to Reed that Gage helped her get the tapestry down for the task. Sabine tries to convince Josh, Reed and Trey that Gage is actually a good guy. They laugh her off. Sabine is depressed that the task didn't go well. Reed tries to reassure her, but Reed knows that the girls will never approve of Sabine while Cheyenne's in control. While Reed, Sabine and Constance are discussing Cheyenne at the lunch table, Cheyenne approaches with some of her friends. Cheyenne says that Sabine and Constance can't sit at that table anymore. Reed points out that she sat at that table last year, when she was only a sophomore. That statement bothers Cheyenne, who was not one of the cool kids last year. Constance and...

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