When a class project takes an uncomfortable racist turn, Maya must confront how she feels about her Japanese heritage as Anna tries to solve racism by “creating a dialogue” in their school.
The girls finally get their own screen names, which Anna uses to talk to her new boyfriend Brendon. Maya begins a questionable romance with a stranger in a chatroom.
Anna and Maya are invited to a party at Brendon’s house to watch the movie Wild Things and Anna hits a relationship landmark with her boyfriend, while Maya tries to keep up.
Anna comes to stay with Maya while her parents are away at a couples retreat and the girls’ friendship falls into disarray as Maya begins to feel like her family prefers Maya.
Things remain tense between Maya and Anna, and worsen when Maya discovers that Anna hasn’t told her that her parents are getting divorced.
Two days after the dance, Maya and Anna reluctantly go to a lame pool party; a crush unexpectedly shows up, causing them to question their sanity and reputations.
Maya zeroes in on her crush, while Anna deals with the fallout from her parents' divorce; together they find outlets in an unexpected extracurricular activity.
Anna and Maya discover secret powers within, allowing them to control certain aspects of their lives through magic.
Witnessing their daughters reach a new low, Kathy and Yuki rally around them; at school, Maya and Anna receive an opportunity at redemption but it will come with a range of influences.
Maura hosts a group sleepover at her house; the clock chimes late into the night as secrets and masks threaten the death of friendships.
The school play has been cast; Maya has the opportunity to get her actual first kiss; Anna struggles to find herself.
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