The Adventures of Aunt Ally and the Lil' Bitch Tipsy Jenna The episode starts with Lacey pampering Jenna and Tamara, revealing that her best friend Ally, who refers Jenna as 'lil bitch', is coming to visit, making Jenna angry because every time Ally visits, Jenna has spent every weekend in care. Jenna decides throws a party to try to impress Matty with her mom and Ally's help. The next day, Jenna struggles to remember the events of the night, which ended with Jenna giving Jake a lecture, hurting Matty's feelings, and kissing Tamara's crush, Ricky.
When she arrives at Tamara's house to apologize, Tamara throws out a picture of them and tells her that she's glad she wrote the care-frontation letter.
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My Super Bittersweet Sixteen Tamara is still ignoring Jenna and she is having the worst birthday ever, after she failed her drivers' test because she distracted by her instructors hook-hand, and also Sadie dissed her and threw her drink in Jenna's face. Matty later gives Jenna a ride home after the football game, which made Sadie furious. In the ride, Matty tells Jenna why he was hurt by her comments and the two become friends again. When Jenna goes into her home, she discovers that her mother remodelled her bedroom, to give it a more "adult look" with a mirror on the ceiling above her bed.
By the end of the day, just before Jenna truly turns 16, Matty knocks on her door and tells her that he wants to be more than friends. Jenna slowly starts to reconnect with Tamara and Jake has to earn Lissa's trust by doing whatever she wants. Matty finally asks Jenna out to dinner.
Tamara confesses that she only said she wrote the letter because she was hurt, and she thinks Matty is the one that wrote the letter. This causes Jenna worry when Matty takes her to a restaurant in a secluded area, which turns out to be Matty's family's restaurant. Jenna's concerns are resolved when Matty's uncle told her about how Matty has never taken a girl there before.
When they get back to Jenna's home, Tamara and Ming bust their date with games and confessions but are soon won over by Matty's true words. Before leaving Matty and Jenna alone, Tamara whispers that she doesn't think that Matty wrote the letter anymore. In the meantime, Lissa and Sadie team up to make Jake break up his friendship with Jenna but he ends up apologizing to Jenna for the earlier fight, and breaks up with Lissa.
I Am Jenna Hamilton In the last episode, Matty asks her what color dress she will be wearing to the formers. Later, still not asking her to the dance, he asks her if she is a limo girl or not. Jenna gets jealous when she sees other boys going great lengths make a 'big ask'. Jake asks Jenna to the dance by giving her a CD, which has "Will you go to the dance with me?
Jake tells Matty about being turned down by Jenna. He asks Jenna if it's okay for them to skip Formal since he doesn't want to hurt Jake, but he doesn't tell Jenna that. Meanwhile, Sadie manages to steal Jenna's file, with the letter in it. Jenna is surprised to be nominated for Sophomore Princess, but then discovers that the ballot has her letter printed on the back of it.
Jenna decides that she deserves more, and goes to Formal with Jake. Jenna agrees to go to the Formal with Jake, with Ming and Tamara tagging along. Matty decides that he won't give up on Jenna and goes to her house, only to find that Jenna has already left for the Formal.
Jake and Jenna have a good time at the Formal, and Jenna decides that maybe Jake is the one for her and they kiss, but then Matty shows up.
Jenna takes Jake's hand and realizes that that's what she wants, and tells Matty that she's very sorry, but she thinks it is too late. When Jake and Jenna get home, and they kiss again. She tells him that he's the first person other than her parents to hold her hand in public.
They set off the alarm by accident, and Jenna finds the note pad that has the same paper the carefrontation letter was written on while looking for the alarm code, and realizes that it's her mother who sent the letter. Resolutions Jenna kisses Jake at New Year's countdown Matty tells Jenna that he wants a second chance in the new year party.
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Jenna chooses Jake and shares a kiss with him. Later at night, Jake sees the condoms her dad gave her in which she reveals to him that she is not a virgin, leading to Jake becoming jealous. Sex, Lies and the Sanctuary The school year is back and the Sanctuary has a video camera put in tapping all the action that has happened. Jenna and Matty debate if they should tell Jake about their secret relationship.
Matty confesses to Jenna that he loves her after hearing from Jake that Jenna was in love with the guy that she slept with before. But Jenna says she really likes Jake since he is not embarrassed to be seen with her and never makes her feel bad about herself. Matty is really upset and apologizes to Jenna. Meanwhile, Jenna pressures her mom into telling her dad about writing the letter. Three's A Crowd Jenna and Jake's relationship is going steady but Matty keeps tagging along and trying to tempt and seduce Jenna with his 'unintentional touching' and nuding up every chance he gets.
Jenna's parents are separated. Jenna and Matty get into an argument where Matty denies luring her and saying that Jenna is too clingy. Later Jenna apologizes for accusing Matty of seducing her and they make up. However it is revealed that Matty really was trying to sabotage Jenna and Jake's relationship from Sadie and Matty's conversation. In an impulsive effort to absolve herself, she seeks refuge from her problems in a higher power with Lissa at Church Camp.
Little does she know that Sadie has decided to tag along as well, who mentions Jenna's "failed-suicide attempt", which causes a problem between her and her new friends. This leads to Jenna doubting if she loves Jake like how she loved Matty.
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She considers sleeping with him after taking Tamara's advice, hoping to clarify her feelings for Jake. However she accidentally hits the PA system which ends up telling the whole school. At the same time, Jenna left a message telling him that she's finally ready and she loves him. He refuses to talk to both Matty and Jenna. Matty and Courtney are making out but Matty stops Courtney, telling her that he can't focus and needs to take care of his friend.
Jake listens to the voice mail of Jenna and regrets breaking up with her. Matty then shows up at Jenna's house to comfort her, where they confess their love for each other. They end up kissing while Jake watches behind the backdoor in horror. Mozart intervenes here, usually choosing a slower pace.
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In addition to slowing the movements down, he also "steals" some pieces from the choir. This applies in particular to certain virtuoso segments in the initial choral sections, which he gives to the soloists. Apart from the explanation that Mozart was doing this to illustrate baroque dynamics, this might also have been done for other reasons. It is quite possible that Mozart had no choir available whom he thought capable of performing these pieces.
The airs were also shortened. For example, he cut the middle section of the bass air, "The trumpet shall sound". Of this Rochlitz wrote: "Those [airs], where Handel adhered more strictly to the conventions of his day, have been given a new and unparalleled accompaniment, one that Handel himself would have wanted, but which also incorporates the advances in instruments and taste made since his days; where the airs were too long or became unimportant, like the second part, for example, which was only written for voice and bass, such parts have been cut.
They are aimed more at condensing and tightening up what is taking place. Rochlitz is of the opinion that this makes the oratorio "highly enjoyable for any kind of audience. However, Mozart is not content with changes that are dull or conventional. He puts woodwinds into the airs to better interpret the basic mood. To preserve the musical flow of an air, he provides the singer with instrumental support in cadences instead of giving him or her the freedom to improvise.
And over and above having to adhere to the rules imposed by the contemporary conventions of good taste, Mozart also had to take other circumstances into consideration.