The final episode. Jerri fall in with the cool crowd as part of a makeover bet while Flatpoint High is slowly turned into a strip mall.
Jerri and Jellineck have close encounters of the school bully kind.
When Jerri finds herself the victim of sexual harassment, she must decide whether to put out, put up, or shut up.
When Flatpoint High turns to Jerri for an advice column, Jerri turns to sex, drugs, and rock and roll.
Jerri tries to boost her track performance and gets trapped in a sordid world of steroid abuse.
Jerri learns the value of sanity when Stew, her mom's meat man, goes nuts. Guest starring Heather Matarazzo and David Cross.
Jerri learns the key to self-respect: keeping your boyfriend happy -- while making out with him in a trash can.
Jerri must confront her racist views when a secret from her past reveals surprising news about her heritage. Guest starring Will Ferrell, Andy Richter, and Tom Everett Scott.
Jerri's nude self-portraits ignite a censorship showdown at Flatpoint High. Guest starring Dylan Baker and Peter Benson.
Jerri learns the hard way that "Chlamydia is not a flower" - just in time for the big school dance.
When an expensive sneaker takes Flatpoint by storm, a financially challenged Jerri learns that sometimes money is a girl’s best friend.
The Flatpoint faculty kidnaps Jerri in a desperate attempt to deprogram her from a cult clone back into a high school drone.
Looking for love in all the wrong places, Jerri dumps Flatpoint High for a freaky cult.
The lines of reality begin to blur during a fake marriage exercise in Health Class led by Coach Wolf and Mr. Jellineck who act as an example of a "good marriage" for students, including a clueless Jerri, to follow.
Jerri and Mr. Noblet must deal with intense guilt after playing a part in a horrible hit and run accident which has robbed Mr. Jellineck of his most prized possession, his own face.
With dreams of becoming a cheerleader, Jerri attempts to learn how to read, and overcome the shame of her illiteracy.