However, in some episodes, there is no direct explanation to the lyrics; sometimes it's just a song.
Some episodes can feature more than one song, but there is only one song per episode that is to be featured on the soundtrack for that season.
Alexz Johnson recorded the vocals on the first and second soundtracks, while even co-writing some of the songs with her brother Brendan.
Episode Summary: Vulnerable and lonely since her parents' breakup, Jude turns to Jamie, the one person who's never let her down.
Jamie figures Jude can't handle any more unpleasant ""surprises"", so he spills the beans about his relationship with Kat.
And it's about to get even stranger as she prepares for her summer tour.
What's a girl to do when faced with a shocking offer from ex-boyfriend Shay, the surprising news that her producer is dating her sister, and a romantic ultimatum from Jamie?
But the part of my job that I consistently enjoyed the most was recording The-N.com’s N-Sider Podcast every week with The-Mary.
The-Mary was head writer and blogger for The-N.com, beloved by the army of teen girls that comprised our audience.
I came up with a pretty simple idea for it, based on three principles: 1) All of The N’s shows premiered new episodes on Friday nights. Our boss The-Amanda liked the idea but suggested that — as insurance against the very real possibility that Mary and I were super boring — we call up one the network’s stars every week and chat with them too. I guess it was a good idea, because The N-Sider Podcast ran for over three years and nearly 150 episodes.
From June 2006 to August 2009 we had close to 100 guests, some of whom went on to become the shit, or at least some of the shit: Drake, Nina Dobrev, Laila Ali. We once even broadcast a live episode with over a dozen guests at multiple simultaneous locations within the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, all using just a couple of flip phones.
The program began to air on CTV in Canada prior to being picked up by Viacom-owned teen network channel The N, now Teen Nick, in the United States.
The show became the second most popular program on The N with Degrassi: The Next Generation, a Canadian show also produced by Schuyler and Stohn, ranking as most popular.
CTV and The N both pulled funding following the fourth season, and the execs chose to end the show.