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Learn more More Like This. A group of students attend high school on a cruise ship. Caroline in the City — Edit Cast Complete series cast summary: Jessica Wakefield 88 episodes, Cynthia Daniel Enid Rollins 88 episodes, Michael Perl Manny Lopez 88 episodes, Tyffany Hayes Cheryl Thomas 66 episodes, Ryan Bittle Todd Wilkins 44 episodes, Shirlee Elliot Lila Fowler 44 episodes, Jeremy Garrett Todd Wilkins 44 episodes, Bridget Flanery Edit Storyline The series revolves around the lives of Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield, beautiful blonde twins who live in the fictitious Sweet Valley, California, and their gang of friends.
Alexander Hamilton High School - S. Edit Did You Know? The series began in and was ended twenty years after publication of books. In July , a film adaptation was also announced.
The novels Sweet Valley Confidential and The Sweet Life , which follow the characters as adults, were published in and Ned and Alice Wakefield are the parents of a son, Steven, and identical twin daughters, Elizabeth and Jessica.
Lawyer Ned Wakefield met interior designer Alice Robertson while they were at college and flower-child Alice was engaged to conservative Hank Patman.
They were said to have been married for 20 years at the start of the series, so would have married in Ned is a general-practice lawyer and the head of a prominent Sweet Valley firm.
Although they are quite comfortable, they do not consider themselves wealthy. The twins are seven-year-old second graders at Sweet Valley Elementary School in this series, which included several Special Editions and "Super Snooper" mystery books.
Though the series focuses primarily on Elizabeth and Jessica, it also features stories of their friends and classmates. Some relationships from Sweet Valley High have changed, such as Amy Sutton being a good friend to Elizabeth rather than Jessica, as they are in high school.
The series takes place when the twins are seventh graders, still at Sweet Valley Middle School. This series focused on the club members in general, not specifically the twins.
This series occurs when the twins are eighth graders. Elizabeth and Jessica are rezoned to Sweet Valley Junior High, where a number of new characters are introduced.
Elizabeth adjusts quickly to the new school and becomes popular among her peers. Jessica does not adapt to Sweet Valley Junior High as quickly as Elizabeth, especially as she struggles to establish some semblance of the popularity she enjoyed in middle school.
After the devastating earthquake that claimed the lives of their friends and destroyed their homes, the damage to the El Carro High forces a redistribution of its students to local high schools in Sweet Valley and Big Mesa.
Elizabeth and Jessica find their senior year to be as emotionally tumultuous as the last as new relationships are formed, old ones are changed, and they must look forward to life after high school.
Chronologically this is the final chapter in the series and the only spin-off that did not feature Jessica directly.
It continues from the plot that occurred at the end of Sweet Valley University ; Elizabeth flees to London, intending to continue her schooling.
The series has six books. Sweet Valley Confidential was published on March 29, The story was entirely written by creator Francine Pascal, and is set 10 years following the conclusion of the previous novel.
Ten years, from 16 to adulthood, has made very different people. One review from Entertainment Weekly stated, "Make no mistake: This is a very bad book, bloated and silly and, worst of all, often quite boring.
Fans of the series have given mixed-to-negative reviews, citing many inconsistencies and canonical errors. She apologized to everyone, then crashed her specially equipped car after taking medication with champagne.
In describing what became of Roger Collins, Pascal states that after having been accused of molestation by Suzanne Devlin book 11, "Too Good to be True" , he "felt too uncomfortable being a teacher and left to become a nonfiction writer.
Another inconsistency is the way Jessica talks in the book, peppering her sentences with "So," and "like," which is a departure from the way she spoke in the SVH and SVU series.
Time, unrequited love and other negative life experiences have turned Winston into a bitter hateful Scrooge-like miser who womanizes and shows contempt for himself and all humanity.
He no longer has any friends. He dies midway through the book from an "accidental" drunken fall from his story balcony. Jessica and Todd still live together in Sweet Valley.
They are very much in love, but haunted by what they have done to Elizabeth and by the vicious gossip that surrounds them.
Elizabeth is torn, not wanting to see her sister and Todd again, but wanting revenge for what Jessica has done to her. She goes to the party, bringing Liam, a handsome bartender she has met in New York in order to have him flirt with Jessica and get her revenge for the affair.
However, it proves to be a failure as he instead flirts with her older brother, Steven who also comes out as gay. Bring out the fucking cake!
Before she could leave, Bruce sympathetically talks to Elizabeth and convinces her to take a long hard look at herself by using their old friend, Winston, as an example.
Later that night, lying in bed, Jessica realizes that in order to get her sister back, she has to give up Todd. She packs a bag and heads to New York to see her sister.