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The Carrie Diaries: Season 1, Episode 8 :: Hush, Hush

Mar 05, 2013

This week on The Carrie Diaries (Season 1, Episode 8), Carrie's night out in Manhattan becomes disastrous. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Hush, Hush,” which aired on March 4, 2013, to discover what you missed.

Limelight

Since Carrie and George broke up last episode, Carrie has been secretly crushing on Sebastian again. But what Carrie doesn't know is that Sebastian feels the same way. Knowing that Sebastian is taken, she shuts out her feelings and distracts herself with Manolo heels, which she models in a photo shoot at Interview Magazine, and partying with her new Manhattan friends. Instead of attending her senior Lock In like she told her father she would, Carrie goes with Larissa to Limelight, a church-turned-nightclub in NYC. 

The Truth Comes Out

Unfortunately for Carrie, her dad has finally decides to let his guard down on the same night. He goes to dinner with his rude friend Harlan and two woman only to end up at Limelight later on. There, he finds Carrie dancing on stage. Furious, he makes a scene at the nightclub, revealing to Larissa that Carrie is only 16-years-old and takes her home. Fortunately for Carrie, Larissa isn't bothered by this shocking revelation. 

The Unexpected Hook Up

Meanwhile, Sebastian breaks up with Donna LaDonna, becoming the first person ever to do so. Angry, Donna tells Walt at the Lock In the truth about Maggie hooking up with the young cop. He retaliates by hooking up with Donna! Ew. Sebastian wants to tell Carrie how he feels. Mouse suggests that he make a grand gesture. So together they drive to Limelight in New York so that he can tell her how he feels. Unfortunately, they arrive too late, when Carrie has already been escorted out by her father.

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Do you think it was right for Walt to hook up with Donna after what Maggie did? Tell us in our comment section below!

 

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princess rabee
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