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Ethan is convinced no adult actually uses algebra, but a chance meeting with Danica McKellar helps him look at math in a different light. Amy's frantic search for her missing wedding bands leads her to Ben, who advises her to break-up with Ricky before it's too late. George and Kathleen's romantic dinner is interrupted by an uninvited guest. Meanwhile, Mrs. Stone confronts Grace about her relationship with Jack.

Source: ABC Family


Episode Info


Episode number: 5x19
Airdate: Monday April 29th, 2013

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)


  • Currently 8/10
8/10 (1 Vote cast)

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Main Cast
Shailene Woodley
As Amy Juergens
Ken Baumann
As Ben Boykewich
Mark Derwin
As George Juergens
India Eisley
As Ashley Juergens
Greg Finley
As Jack Pappas
Daren Kagasoff
As Ricky Underwood
Megan Park
As Grace Bowman
Francia Raisa
As Adrian Lee
Steve Schirripa
As Leo Boykewich

Recap

The episode begins with Ben and Amy on their flight back home. Amy is asleep when Ben quietly takes off the rings from her fingers. Ricky talks to George about Amy going to New York. George is totally against the idea and he tells Ricky that he should make Amy stay in California and go to college here. Ricky tells him that he feels guilty about the fact that he made Amy pregnant and intends to support Amy with all her decisions. He asks George for some financial help which could solve Amy’s housing problem. George refuses to help them financially. He decides to talk to Amy. ..

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Warning: The Secret Life of the American Teenager season 5 episode 19 guide may contain spoilers
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