Eve questions the idea of true love. As soon as she convinces herself that there is no such thing, she is stopped in her tracks by the arrival of a new boy in class.
When Eve learns that she is one of the only people in her class not to have been invited to Charlotte's birthday party she attempts to maintain her dignity whilst pondering the meaning of popularity.
A school art assignment on the perfect human form leads to Eve becoming obsessed with expressing her vision through molding clay. Her fixation on the project leads her family to mistake her behavior for an eating disorder. Meanwhile, Sylvie puts herself on a fad diet in order to curb her addiction to junk food.
Eve becomes concerned about her 'goody-good' image and decides it's time to explore her wilder side. When Sylvie tells a lie to cover for Eve wagging school, it results in confusion for her mother and her classmates.
With the school social looming, Eve sees the perfect opportunity to kiss Adam, but is concerned about her lack of experience. Meanwhile, Sylvie hooks up with an older boy who got a girl pregnant at the last social.
Eve is forced to confront issues of friendship and loyalty when she learns that Sylvie and Adam are going to the movies together.
The night before school camp, Eve has a nightmare involving Sylvie which causes her to ponder the nature of fear. This fear reoccurs when Eve, Sylvie and Matt get lost on an orienteering race.
Adam comes to stay while his mother recovers from an accident she had as a result of her alcoholism. Eve wonders if it's really possible for boys and girls to be just friends.
Eve is confused about her relationship with Matt since their kiss, which cause her to consider the vast differences between males and females
Eve is disconcerted to learn that everyone treats her differently now that she is part of a couple. Then later Eve and Matt have their first fight. Also, the new boy develops an intense crush on Sylvie, but the issue of race gets in the way.
When Eve learns that her classmate has passed away after a long illness, she feels guilty for not vistiting her in the hospital or trying to be a friend. She is forced to ponder the meaning of death and also to confront her fear of funerals.
Eve learns that Alannah is trying to get pregnant and tries to sabotage events, much to Tim and Alannah's growing frustration. When family dramas start to overwhelm her, she turns to Adam who turns out to provide more than a shoulder to cry on.
Eve can't bring herself to tell Matt about her new relationship with Adam, and finds herself unwittingly deceiving both her boyfriends. Meanwhile, Vivienne struggles to come to terms with Alannah and Tim's impending wedding.
Eve is devastated when Adam is forced to break up with her because he has to move far away to live with his father. She takes on all these extracurricular to keep herself busy and attempts to clear her mind of Adam. Trying to balance all these things out proves to be overwhelming for Eve as her thoughts of her relationship with Adam spills into her school work and daily life. The stress results in her receiving a ""D"" on her class movie review paper of ""Gone With the Wind"" where she bad mouths the characters of the movie because of the romantic and break up parts of the story that she connects with her personal pain over her own breakup. Mr. Inglewood understands what Eve is going through and gives he another chance to revise the paper. Sylvie becomes worried about her friend and tries to help her realize that she is having a hard time dealing and is heartbroken over the breakup with Adam, but Eve does not want to believe that. So Sylvie decides to take action by swearing off hook
Eve is angry with Sam who she shared her first kiss with denies that it ever happened.
Sam tapes skits done by his fellow classmates and airs them on TV. When it's Sylvie's turn to shine, she turns to Eve for help and has Eve write her script for her. Eve has a dream that she and Sylvie will be famous together. Slyvie becuase of her acting and Eve because she writes everything. But when Sylvie does great and takes all the credit, Eve gets angry and pretends she's too busy to write anymore for Sylvie. She then decides to do her own skit. But when she gets the chance, she gets camera fright and ends up goofing up the skit over and over again. Sam says he will only show the good parts on TV and Eve believes him. When her skit shows up on TV, Sam turns it into a blooper skit and humiliates her.
When Sylvie's parents alllow her cousin to come and live with them, Sylvie is afraid that she will have to give up all her stuff for Imogen. When Imogen finally arrvies than Sylvie changes her mind immediately. Imogen is just like Sylvie, into fashion and into boys. The opposite of Eve. When Sylvie introduces Eve to Imogen things do not go to what Eve thought they would. She hates Imogen and thinks that she is stuck up and stop flirting with guys to make them do stuff for her. When Sylvie is forced to choose between her cousin and her best friend it is up to Eve to make it better. She tries harder but it only makes it worse. In the end Eve is happy with her individuality and ends up not wanting to actually have Imogen like her.
As Eve sruggles to increase people's interest in the Science Club, Imogen froms a cherrleading squad. Cheer fever races through Eden Heights High School, as everyone wants to be cheerleaders, including Matt ans Silvy. This leaves Eve alone with her map of New Zealand made of mold. Then, the arrival of a new science teacher shows Eve that being individual isn't so bad, but the cheerleading bug bites her too, and Eve is persueded by Imogen to become co-captain. After Eve is forced to place Silvy in the ""alternate"" spot, Eve realized she'd rather be an individual and withdraws from the squad, leaving Silvy to sub for her. Yet, all's well that ends well and with the new science teacher being rather attractive, the male membership of the Science Club skyrockets.
Eve is turning 16 years old. Ned leaves the Baxter house, to live on his own. Eves grandpa comes and lives with them. Allana can't stand him. She tells ned to come back, he does. Mean while eve and her friends have birthday plans to go out that night. They are forces to have dinnere at eves house with her crazy grandpa. Eve finds out that sylvie and this other girl are going to a over 18 club. She wants to go. So she dresses up in the top that is supose to bring out the woman in her. Everyone but eve gets in cause Eve says she is 16 not 18. She gets a ride home. At the end Eve is mad at sylvie and says that their friendship is over.
Sam and Imogen are now dating and Eve's not talking to Sylvie because of the whole birthday accident. Sylvie knows Eve is trying to avoid her and follows Eve into the boys bathroom where she tries to confront her. Suddenly, a boy runs in yelling how the headmaster is coming and another boy throws Sylvie a zipl-lock bag before running off. When the headmaster comes in, she sees Sylvie holding the bag and takes her away. The bag turns out to be Marijuana and Sylvie gets expelled. Imogen won't help Sylvie beacuse there's a contest going on at school that will send one student to Japan to go a one of the best schools. Eve is also in the contest and when Matt tries to get her to help protest against Sylvie's punishment, Eve doesn't want to because it will make her look bad to the judges. Finally, Eve realizes that friendship is more important than winning the contest and on the day she is supposed to give her speech, she protests against Sylvie being expelled in front of everyone in the aud
Sylvie and Eve are shopping and Sylvie is helping Eve pick out clothes when Eve finds a really cute top that she really wants. Sylvie talks her out of it because it's too expensive but as soon as Eve turns around, it go on sale and Sylvie buys it without telling her. As Sylvie is walking home she nearly gets hit by an ice cream truck and decides it's a sign for her to become a better person. She confesses to Eve about the top and vows to be nicer. She takes on a job as Sam's helper to show she's changing and learns about a group for being self-less. She decides to join and Eve slowly becomes ok with it even though she thinks it's weird. But then Sylvie decides that she has to stop being friends with Eve in the process and Eve decides to take action. She shows Sylvie that the group is not for her and that the leader of the group is a fraud. She does so by pulling the guys pants down and showing he did not relieve himself of his selfish possesions because he's wearing Calvin Klein boxers
Eve's Literature class does a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Eve tries to get the job of the director, but at the last minute fumbles. Instead, Sam gets the job, and Eve is his assistant. Sylvie wants the part of Hermia, but can't act. But Sylvie's fear of spiders gives her the motivation she needed when Caleb's pet tarantula gets loose. This causes Caleb to think he's in love with Sylvie. Somehow though, Charlotte gets the part of Hermia and Sylvie winds up with the part of Helena. Sam and Eve have troubles getting them to stop fighting. The person playing Demetreis gets injured, and can't play his part, so Sam must fill in for him. Eve winds up pushing a stage-frightened Sam on stage just in time for his line. Eve gets upset because no one thanks her for her help. She yells at Sam, Sam later comes into her room with a boquet of flowers for Eve. They even share a kiss. But all is not as it seems, for the episode ends with Eve saying the line, ""'He actually(reads the
Eve dreams that she is on the Titanic with Sam, not suprising as Sylvie is totally obsessed with it. She wakes up and saids she doesn't like Sam in that way. The dreams keep happening and in the end Eve just tells Sam the truth. The dreams finally end. Also her father has to put up with Mitsi, his clint, who has fallen for him even if he is married and Slyvie is desperate to find a date by stealing Charlotte's love potion out of her locker that she got from the internet.
Mr. Inglewood organizes a game of paintball, but Eve sticks to her ani-war convictions and refuses to participate. When Sam begins bragging about how his class trashed her class in the game, Eve changes her mind and takes him on.
Sam and Eve start to hang out together and they become good friends. Eve forgets to study for a test, so she and Sam spend the night together studying.
Just when Eve thinks things are starting to workout for her and Sam, Imogin returns from Japan and wants to pick up with Sam where they left off by having him take her to the school ball. Eve is saddened by this and decides not to attend the dance by herself, but her dad talks her into going. Meanwhile, Imogin is having an awful time at the dance and wants to leave just as Eve arrives. Sam tells Imogin to get lost and askes Eve to dance. She says no and is about to leave, as Sam announces to the whole school that he likes her.