Despite his lazy attitude, he was good in school, running for president.
When you're talking about women as smoking hot as Alaina Kristar and Jade Jantzen, the old saying about two heads being better than one is most definitely true!
These two bisexual hotties team up, first they're alone tog...
Little did she know, this was an assignment in anatomy.
As Johnny was headed over with the study material, he called Shae and told her to start masturbatin...
Ossa has been gifted with an at-home fitness session thanks to her sweet son.
She selects the boot camp option having taken those kinds of classes before and liking the challenge. It was Dani's bachelorette party, and her best friend Romi wanted to make sure it was unforgettable for her.
Snake is best friends with Joey Jeremiah and Derek "Wheels" Wheeler (portrayed by Pat Mastroianni & Neil Hope ) with whom he forms a band, The Zit Remedy (later, simply, the Zits); their only song is "Everybody Wants Something". The Zits convince their budding filmmaker classmate Lucy Fernandez (portrayed by Anais Granofsky ) to shoot a music video for their only song, "Everybody Wants Something" ("Breaking Up is Hard to Do", DH ep. 105) and Clutch to let them use his car as a prop (Id).
Responsible and observant of rules, Snake is usually the one to oppose the others' shenanigans. In return, they appear in Lucy's feminist horror film, It Creeps ("It Creeps", DH ep. Snake is at a loss as to how to talk with Wheels after the death of Wheels' adoptive parents (portrayed by Timm Zemanek & Nancy Sinclair) ("Can't Live With 'Em Part 2", DJH ep. Wheels is hurt by what he perceives as Snake's abandonment of him, but Joey mediates a reconciliation between the two ("A Big Girl Now", DJH ep. Like Joey, Snake exhausts his sympathy for Wheels's loss of his parents to a drunk driver, when Wheels incessantly lies, steals, and refuses to accept responsibility for anything ("Home Sweet Home", DH ep. While Snake is saving a life, Wheels, in contrast, drives while drunk to get more beer for the party and collides with another car (Degrassi: School's Out). Snake is an excellent swimmer, but inept at soccer ("The Great Race" DJH ep. A tall boy, he enjoys basketball but does not have his older brother Glen's (Montgomery Randal) legendary prowess on the court; he is uncomfortable with the revelation of Glen's homosexuality, but does not share their father's hostility ("He Ain't Heavy", DJH ep. Either there has been an upward change in the family's financial circumstances or Glen has an independent income as he arrives and leaves driving a new black Jeep YJ just a year after his parents are seen to have a rusty old Delta 88.
She had an ass that wouldn't quit, and two big beautiful melons to go with it.