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"The Prisoner's Song"
Series Hellcats
Season 1, Episode 5
Hellcats 1x05 001
Airdate October 6th, 2010
Writer Curtis Kheel
Director John Behring
Producer Allan Arkush; Peter Calloway; Anne Kenney; Curtis Kheel; Rose Lam; Kevin Murphy; Jennifer Schuur; Tom Welling
Starring Aly Michalka; Ashley Tisdale; Robbie Jones; Heather Hemmens; Matt Barr; Gail O'Grady; Sharon Leal
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"The Prisoner's Song" is the fifth episode of the teen drama series Hellcats. The episode was directed by John Behring with a script written by Curtis Kheel. It first aired on the CW Network on Tuesday, October 6th, 2010 at 9:00 pm. In this episode, Savannah Monroe convinces the Hellcats into letting Dan Patch direct their bid video. Things go awry, putting Savannah in a position where she may have to forfeit her position as team captain.

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Cheerleader | College | Football | Memphis | Student | Tennessee