Jordan Catalano asks Brian for help on what to say to win back Angela's affections; Sharon and Rayanne reach a turning point in their relationship; and Rickie learns that the new girl, Delia Fisher, has a crush on him.
On a romantic weekend getaway to "reconnect" with Graham, Patty reveals another side of her personality; and at the Chase home, Angela copes with a visit from Rayanne, who has good reason not to leave.
Angela announces that she's finally over her infatuation with Jordan Catalano, and to prove it, she starts a flirtation with Corey; and Patty's best friend, Camille, meets Hallie, Graham's new business partner.
It's New Year's Eve, and while everyone else is busy making or breaking their resolutions, Rickie faces an increasingly difficult situation and does not know where to turn for help.
The Chases' Christmas is more complicated than usual when Angela's anxious search for Rickie, who has left home, leads her into the world of runaway kids -- where she encounters a mysterious homeless girl named Joy.
Rayanne, who is struggling to stay on the wagon, becomes obsessed with joining Jordan's band, which puts her friendship with Angela and Rickie to the test.
A confused Angela finds herself under pressure to sleep with Jordan Catalano; and Patty faces the reality of supporting Graham as he follows his dream.
In a surprising alliance, Rayanne and Sharon reproach Angela for getting into a relationship with Jordan which he will not acknowledge publicly; and the other students in Graham's cooking class put him in an awkward situation.
Angela's and Brian's lives are turned upside down when Delia, a new girl at school, gets a crush on Brian and the poor guy winds up with two dates for the school dance.
Angela is entranced by Rayanne's uninhibited mother, Amber; while Patty struggles for self-control in dealing with her own mother, Vivian.
Halloween night finds Angela in the darkened high school, trying to contact the spirit of a troubled student who died in a fall from the rafters during a prank in 1963.
Angela and Sharon reach a crisis in their relationship as both of their families wait to see if Sharon's father, Andy, will survive a heart attack.
Angela's obsession with Jordan Catalano escalates into full-blown romance, while Patty and Graham have very different reactions to the possibility that Patty may be pregnant again.
Angela falls under the sway of an electrifying and extremely unconventional substitute English teacher, Vic Racine, whose provocative methods create a furor at Liberty High.
A pimple on Angela's face brings out all her insecurities, while her former best friend Sharon must deal with unwelcome attention caused by a "poll" at school.
Graham gives Angela two coveted tickets to a Grateful Dead concert in a misguided effort to win back her approval and Patty struggles to deal with her father Chuck's meddling in an IRS audit.
My So-Called life charts with bittersweet humor and honesty the life of Angela Chase (Claire Danes), a contemporary 15-year-old girl as she chronicles the ever-fluctuating perspective and emotional aches and pains of a teenager trying to figure out who she is and where she belongs.