Moment that made you melt: Kim sings a whole song to Hugo to remind him how she feels. He asks if she wants the truth, then nods and says, "No" with an adorable and totally melt-worthy smirk, particularly for those who fall for bad boys. But when John asks his brother Scott (Penn Badgley) to spy on Kate, the "Other Tucker" begins to develop feelings for her. What it's about: Danielle (Elisha Cuthbert) moves in next door to Matthew (Emile Hirsch), who "accidentally" sees her changing through the window. P, What it's about: "Pleasantly plump," puffy-haired, and perfectly confident Baltimore teenager Tracy Turnblad (Ricki Lake) doesn't just take queen bee Amber Von Tussle's (Colleen Fitzpatrick) top spot on the The Corny Collins Show — she wins over Amber's dreamy boyfriend Link Larkin (Michael St.Moment that made you melt: When Scott agrees to be Kate's lab partner again. Danielle, looking for payback, makes Matthew run down the street wearing nothing but an inflatable tube. What it's about: It's 1957 in the rural South, and 14-year-old Dani (a very young Reese Witherspoon) develops a massive crush on the hot 17-year-old boy (Jason London) who lives on the next farm over. That fleeting kiss may not have meant a relationship, but it was the stuff of all teenage dreams. Gerard) with her dance skills and sunny attitude, and rallies to integrate the '60s show as well.
Moment that made you melt: When Austin, in the final huddle of the big football game, leaves the field and runs into the crowd to kiss Sam. Kathy (Carey Mulligan) and Tommy (Andrew Garfield) think that their true love might win them an exception to the rule that would separate them forever. (Note: This has nothing to do with the Hanson song of the same name that is also fantastic in its own right.)Moment that made you melt: That montage of Nicole and Carlos' adorable honeymoon stage set to David Gray's "This Year's Love" that includes Carlos bonding with a puppy on the beach with only his head sticking out of the sand. ) tries to lead her cheerleading squad to victory; Cliff (Jesse Bradford) hates cheerleading; through a series of excellent musical choreography montages, they figure out their love for each other. —Alison Willmore What it's about: In New York City's Upper West Side in the mid-'50s, there's a serious rivalry between the Jets and the Sharks, two teen gangs of different ethnic backgrounds (the former are Polish-American and the latter are Puerto Rican). —Erica Futterman What it's about: Halley (Mandy Moore) meets Macon (Trent Ford) outside the guidance counselor's office during her senior year of high school, which is off to a rough start: Her father has moved out, her pot-smoking grandmother has moved in, and her best friend watched her boyfriend drop dead on the soccer field.—Emily Orley What it's about: A modern-day twist on the classic titular tale, Sam (Hillary Duff) is invited to the homecoming dance by an anonymous internet friend, Austin (Chad Michael Murray), who happens to be the school's quarterback and Mr. Sam shows up at the dance hidden by a mask, and Austin quickly falls for her. When Keith decides to ask out the popular Amanda (Lea Thompson), Watts helps him in his quest, even as she realizes she wants more from him than friendship herself.But she disappears at midnight to return home before her evil stepmother realizes she's gone, leaving behind just a flip phone. Moment that made you melt: Watts, keeping Keith company in the garage in which he works, offers to coach him in kissing.Moment that made you melt: Preston's face when Amanda finds him at the train station is wide-eyed disbelief at its adorable best. But after Landon gets in trouble and is required to do community service and participate in the school play (and one midnight walk through a graveyard), he begins to see a side to Jamie he never knew existed. Their first "stage" kiss and the way Landon looks at Jamie when she first walks out in her lilac evening gown; when he brings her to the state line to fulfill her dream to "be in two places at once"; the way he looks at her when she WALKS DOWN THE AISLE (!!! She resists at first, then lets her guard down and winds up liking him, only to find out about the cash bribe.And when he hops over a bench to run after Amanda after almost losing her again? Ultimately though, Kat forgives Patrick and Bianca gets to date (thankfully she picks Joseph Gordon-Levitt's sweet Cameron instead of Keegan's Joey Donner).