|“||I want me back, but it's like I can't trust myself to be me.||”|
—Lisa to Ray when they discuss being attacked
|Year Group|| Year 7 (1997) |
Year 8 (1998)
Year 9 (1999)
Year 10 (2000)
Year 11 (2001)
Lower 6th (2002)
|Age|| 11-12 (Series 20) |
12-13 (Series 21)
13-14 (Series 22)
14-15 (Series 23)
15-16 (Series 24)
16-17 (Series 25)
|Parents|| Don West (Father) |
Sally West (Mother)
Dave Bentley (Step-Father)
|Siblings|| Shona West (Sister) |
Unnamed Half-Brother or Half-Sister
|Relatives||Katrina (Cousin Twice Removed)|
|Friends|| Tom Smith |
|Relationships|| Cracker Bacon (Ex-Boyfriend) |
Tom Smith (Boyfriend)
|First Episode||Series 20 (Episode 5)|
|Last Episode||Series 25 (Episode 18)|
|Series|| Series 20 (1997) |
Series 21 (1998)
Series 22 (1999)
Series 23 (2000)
Series 24 (2001)
Series 25 (2002)
|Number of Episodes||94|
|Played By||Charlotte McDonagh (later credited as Charlie McDonagh)|
Lisa West was a student at Grange Hill from 1997 to 2002, played by Charlotte McDonagh (later credited as Charlie McDonagh). She made her first appearance in episode 5 of series 20 and made her final appearance in episode 18 of series 25.
Lisa is the daughter of Don West and Sally West and the older sister of Shona West. Lisa's best friends are Tom Smith, Matt Singleton, Cracker Bacon, Gemma Lyons and Tracy Long and her friends are Ray Haynes, Carl Fenton, Max Abassi, Ben Miller and Katy Fraser.
Series 20 (1997)Edit
In Miss Carver's class, Miss Carver is explaining about the school counsellors and Gemma, who came in late, asks Lisa what Miss Carver was on about and Lisa says it was about the school counsellors people could go to with a problem. At lunch, Tom has 4 straws and he asks Lisa, Cracker and Matt if they're in with The Double Dare Gang. In the sports hut, Lisa, Cracker, Tom and Matt have all written a dare and forfeit on a piece of paper, which are then placed in an envelope. Tom explains that the person who draws the shortest straw, has to do a dare and if the dare goes wrong or they chicken out, they have to do a forfeit.
In assembly, Matt gets out of his chair and sneaks under Lisa's to put a stink bomb on Mr Jones' chair. Mr Jones sits down and a putrid smell is released as Mr Jones demands to know who was responsible. Mr Robson ends assembly and instructs those sitting next to and directly behind Mr Jones to remain behind, which includes Lisa. Lisa later returns to her Art class and she tells the boys that they got a real grilling and she was the number 1 suspect along with a boy sat next to Mr Jones. Lisa then explains that the enquiry broke down when someone pointed out it could've been one of the Year 9's as they made their way to the stage or one of the late comers. Lisa says Mr Jones is so angry about it all. The Double Dare Gang later agree their next dare is to get back at Year 9 Alec Jones after he tried to prevent Tom and Matt going to the toilet without paying. Tom presents the straws and it happens to be Lisa who drew the short straw. Lisa picks her dare and wonders if she can see the forfeit, but Cracker says she has to decide about the dare first. At the shops, Matt wonders if Lisa will do it and Cracker says she may chicken out, but Tom says Lisa wouldn't do that. Matt asks Tom if he has known Lisa long and Tom says they've known each other since primary school. Matt then proceeds to ask Tom if Lisa is his girlfriend, but Tom laughs and says Lisa isn't like that as she is one of the lads. Lisa notices a group of schoolboys wearing red hats and that gives Lisa inspiration for her dare, so she buys 3 red caps. At lunch, Lisa asks for more custard with her tart. Matt notices how much custard Lisa has and she says she just likes it and Cracker offers his custard in exchange for her tart. Cracker then tells Matt to come with him so Lisa can eat her custard and once they go, Lisa scoops the custard into a carrier bag. In the playground, Lisa gives Tom and Matt a hat each and says she needs their help for the dare. She tells them to run in different directions when they see Alec coming and Matt says he doesn't like the sound of it, but Lisa points out he involved her in his dare and without asking. Matt asks about Cracker and Lisa says he can't run as fast. Lisa tells them to keep their eye out for Alec, who goes to do his toilet duties in a matter of minutes. As Alec goes upstairs, Lisa runs down the stairs and throws a plate of custard in Alec's face and Lisa tells Tom and Matt to run. Alec chases after Lisa, Matt and Tom, who all outsmart him with confusion.
Cracker is delighted when he tells his friends that Alec has been keeping a low profile since his humiliation at the hands of The Double Dare Gang, with Matt adding that he's stopped doing the toilet scam and Tom says it's only because he got bored of it. Lisa asks about Mr Jones. Later, The Double Dare Gang watch Alec boxing with Mr Jones and Mr Robson notices them and he asks them what they are doing. Mr Robson is annoyed when he finds out that Mr Jones is doing boxing after he didn't give permission.
Matt has chosen the short straw for the next dare, which is to do a moonie outside the Science room window, which Lisa thinks is a great idea. Matt is worried he'll get noticed and Lisa asks if that means he isn't going to do it and Matt is given a forfeit, which is eating stale food. In History, Matt says he isn't feeling well and Cracker says he needs to barf and Miss Holmes thinks he means a bath, but Lisa says he needs to throw up. Cracker passes a note around the Art class, saying Tom is going to fight Alec and Lisa wonders why Cracker told everyone. Lisa tells Tom that fighting Alec is stupid. On the way to the boxing match, Lisa says to Matt and Cracker they should be talking Tom out of fighting and Tom tells Lisa that if she doesn't like it, then she doesn't have to watch. Tom flees the boxing ring. A few days later, Lisa meets up with Cracker and Matt and she says Tom said he couldn't come out as he said he wasn't feeling well. Lisa believes Tom did the only sensible thing and Lisa asks Cracker and Matt not to have a go at Tom on Monday.
Tom tells Lisa that they have to get Alec, but Lisa is adamant that she isn't taking part in anything violent and Tom says he's blown that option. Lisa advises him to leave it, but Tom is determined to think of something and arranges to meet at break. Tom selected the short straw and selects a dare but Lisa asks to look at it as Tom picked his own dare by folding a corner down. Cracker takes the paper and gives it to Lisa and the dare is to get Alec. Lisa insists Tom picks another one, which happens to be Matt's dare. Matt says it was to get Mrs Holmes suspended from school and Lisa says that a teacher only gets suspended for doing something like setting the school on fire. Matt wonders if Tom will go through with it and Lisa says if Tom doesn't attend school for the next couple days, then they are to watch Mrs Holmes. The next school day, Tom tells the rest of The Double Dare Gang to be in the playground at lunch and look up. At lunch, The Double Dare Gang are looking up when Alec approaches them asking where their cowardly mate is, referring to Tom and Lisa says they don't have a cowardly mate. Tom suspends a skeleton from the science lab, which is dressed as Mrs Holmes with a sign saying she is suspended and The Double Dare Gang thinks it's brilliant.
Cracker hi-five's The Double Dare Gang about Alec getting caught on the roof. Lisa suggests they should lie low for a bit and asks Tom what he thinks. Tom agrees and announces that The Double Dare Gang is temporarily disbanded.
Lisa, Matt, Cracker and Tom are about to pull straws to determine who gets the next dare when other students rush past them, with rumours saying someone killed themself, but it was Dennis Morris, now wheelchair bound, tried going up the steps but fell. In History, Year 7 are learning about the black death and Mrs Holmes asks Lisa because thousand died and there was a shortage of worker, how did at affect wages and Lisa says they increased. Outside, Tom reckons Matt had the short straw earlier, but Matt is unsure and however, it was Cracker and his dare is to dress up as Miss Holmes. Lisa sees Cracker with a huge bag and she asks why Cracker bought that as they don't have games, but Cracker says they have fun and games and he requires Lisa's help. Lisa goes to the staff room and tells Mr Hankin that Mrs Holmes, who has been on a course, has returned and that Mr Hankin doesn't need to register them and Mr Hankin gives Lisa the register. Lisa goes into the toilets and slips the register through the door to Cracker. Cracker later enters the class, dressed as Mrs Holmes and it causes laughter in the class. Whilst Cracker does his dare, Lisa keeps a watch out. Lisa sees Miss Holmes and alerts them that Mrs Holmes is coming, so Lisa causes a diversion by pretending she needs to throw up and bumps into Mrs Holmes.
In PE, Year 7 are doing aerobics and Lisa and Matt both compare it to murder whilst Cracker is forced to dress as Mrs Holmes and Lisa reminds him he's only got a couple more days. Matt reckons Mr Robson was out of order making him stay dressed up all week and Lisa thinks his mum should have complained, but Cracker says she just laughs.
Matt selects the short straw for the next dare, but he doesn't want to do it and Tom offers to do it instead, but Lisa states it's unfair as Matt has already seen it. Lisa walks off and she tells Tom it doesn't work like that. During Art there is a fire alarm and Matt joins his class late after assisting Tom with his dare and Lisa asks where he has been. Cracker sees Tom walk along the corridor with no clothes on and Cracker spots him and he asks Lisa if she saw Tom, but she didn't. Later, Tom emerges into the playground and it shocks everyone. Tom and Matt also stuck polaroids of Tom's posterior on the notice board, which makes Lisa laugh. At the end of the day, Lisa tells Tom she can't believe he did that and asks if they can call it a day, but they notice Alec and tell each other to run.
Series 21 (1998)Edit
After Mr Urdy stopped Gemma Lyons going to the toilet, she suggests to Lisa and the rest of her friends that they mess about in his French lesson and instead of saying Je m'appelle wrong and say Je m'piddle. Year 8 later then count to ten in french, but the pronounce six as sex and Mrs Holmes, who heard the commotion, interrupts the class. At break, they have to see Mrs Holmes and Cracker wants to see Mr McNab's office seen as he has left, but Lisa says they have to see Mrs Holmes as she will kill them if they are late. At lunchtime, Lisa notices cracker looking at something in a plastic bag and Lisa says it's not much of a lunch, but Cracker tells Lisa that it's the remains of the only alien found on earth.
Mr Robson is covering Year 8's Science class, but his mind appears to be elsewhere as he has an application for a headship at another school, Woodbury. Lisa looks over and tells Gemma that she reckons he is writing to a girlfriend and Lisa asks Mr Robson if he is OK, but he insists he is fine and instructs Lisa to carry on with her work. Lisa tells The Double Dare Gang that teachers live in a world of their own, but Cracker is preoccupied with why Mr McNab disappeared so suddenly and how he never got an assembly to say thanks for what he did, but Lisa says he never did anything. Mrs Maguire interrupts Year 8's class to inform Mr Robson of an incident at the woods involving Year 7 pupil Adam Hawkins and she offers to see Year 8 out whilst he goes to the woods. On her way out, Lisa picks up the application form. At Ray's cafe, The Double Dare Gang look at the application form and Lisa explains that the form is for Woodbury School at the other side of the borough for the position as headteacher. The Double Dare Gang then wonder who'd take over at Grange Hill and Matt suggests it could be Mrs Holmes, but Lisa reckons she'd bring in corporal punishment. Gemma then suggests that they change the form. The Double Dare Gang filled in the form and during break, they laugh over what they put in, such as giving students Friday afternoons off to rest their brains, uniform being abolished apart for the teachers and stating Mr Robson's age as 66. They are apprehended by Mrs Holmes and she demands to see what they have, so Lisa gives her the application form, which to Mrs Holmes' horror is an application form for the headteacher position at Grange Hill.
In English, Year 8 are given a bag of flour each and Miss Carver explains to them how over the next week, the bags of flour are their helpless babies and are to be kept with them at all time and the reward will be watching a movie with no homework as well as a mystery surprise for the parent with the best looked after baby. The Double Dare Gang remain behind to dress their flour babies and Mr Robson asks what they are doing, so Gemma explains whilst Lisa shows hers. Mr Robson tells them to go outside and as Lisa leaves the room with Cracker, Matt and Tom, Gemma asks whether it's true if Mrs Holmes is applying for the headship at Grange Hill. Mr Robson tells Lisa and the others to come back in and he asks them where they found and Lisa, Cracker, Matt and Tom say in the playground whilst Gemma says the classroom. When Mr Robson asks if it had already been tampered with, Lisa and the boys say yes whilst Gemma says no. Gemma confesses how they filled it in and at the time, they all thought it was a joke, however she explains they couldn't bear it if Mrs Holmes became the head and they aren't sorry if it helped Mr Robson reconsider his decision. Gemma says she will be ready to take the punishment, but Mr Robson lets The Double Dare Gang off. Cracker and Matt think Lisa has been abducted by aliens, so during Mr Urdy's lesson, Cracker puts his flour baby on top of some orange juice to make the flour baby wet and asks Mr Urdy to leave the class so he can sort it. Mr Urdy initially refuses, but Cracker impresses Mr Urdy with his use of french and he leaves with Matt. Cracker and Matt look in a room, but they only find Lisa's flour baby and Matt reckons something has happened to her as she wouldn't leave her flour baby. Cracker spots Lisa walking along a corridor with who they believe is an alien, so he and Matt chase after them. They finally get to Lisa and Matt asks where he is and Lisa, unaware of who they are referring to, looks at the prep room, so Cracker locks the door. Matt tells them to get out of the area, but Lisa can't understand why they locked him in. Mr Hankin asks what Lisa, Cracker and Matt are up to and when there's a knock from the prep room, Mr Hankin asks who is in there and Lisa say's it's the security man.
Year 10 students, Sarah-Jane Webster, Kelly Bradshaw and Judi Jeffreys, take the flour babies from the flour baby creche Gemma has been running in exchange for chocolate. They agree to give the flour babies back in exchange for Gemma's chocolate, however Sarah-Jane and Judi drop the flour babies from a height, but no damage is done until Alec picks up Cracker's and throws it at a post. The Double Dare Gang go to the food technology room to see if they can fix it, but there is little hope until Gemma suggests Cracker's can be born again, so they look through the cupboards for a flour bag. Lisa finds some flour, but the flour baby still needs more flour, so Gemma suggests using pastry and Lisa says she shouldn't use someone's pastry cases, but when they discover they belong to Sarah-Jane, they destroy them.
Tom has a snakeboard and he rides around the playground before telling The Double Dare Gang he has the board and skills, but Lisa says he does have the board, but disagrees with the skills, so Tom offers the board to Lisa to see how well she can do. Mr Robson emerges into the playground with his letter on the headship, which appears to be good news. Lisa yells to Mr Robson to look out, but she crashes into him and they end up on the ground and Lisa apologises, saying she couldn't make the board turn. Tom, Cracker and Matt mock Lisa when she said she couldn't make the board turn and Lisa tells them to shut up before storming off. Later, Tom rides on his snakeboard around Lisa and Gemma and Lisa sarcastically comments on how brilliant he is. Tom asks what's the matter with her and if it was about earlier that morning, he was only having a laugh and Lisa points out it was her they were having a laugh at. Tom admits they probably were as she looked funny on a snakeboard and he asks what else she wants him to say and Lisa states that saying sorry would be a good start, so Tom apologises. Lisa points out to Tom that he shouldn't be on his snakeboard, so Tom asks what more Lisa wants. Lisa wants to challenge Tom to a skateboard race and if she wins, she gets his new board and if she looses, he gets to laugh at her. The following school day, Tom gives Lisa a snakeboard and he explains that it's a good ond, so she should have no excuses and Lisa tells Tom that he can't do anything nice and leave it there. Gemma tells Lisa that Tom is good and Lisa believes she won't be able to beat him, but Gemma says she won't without extra help and she tells Lisa she has an idea. Lisa and Gemma go to the skateboard park and look for a good skateboarder who resembles Lisa. Gemma points out a skateboarder, but Lisa comments on how tall he is as well as being a boy. Gemma tells Lisa that they're getting desperate and Lisa says no one at the skateboard park even looks like her. Later, Gemma asks Lisa what she wants to do and Lisa says she'll have to tell Tom the race is off as she is not giving him the satisfaction of winning. However, as they feel that they've lost all hope, Lisa and Gemma witness a blonde haired skateboarder doing a jump off a ramp, so they chase after the skateboarder.Lisa and Tom prepare for the race and get into their starting positions when Cracker shouts go. Lisa is initially behind Tom, but when she reaches a part of the school, she bangs on the window to attract the attention of the skateboarder and tells her to go. Whilst the skateboarder sets off, Lisa takes the snakeboard off and runs to the part of the race where she is going to take over. Not knowing someone else is in Lisa's place for part of the race, the skateboarder soon takes over Tom and he, Matt and Cracker are shocked when they see, who they believe to be Lisa, jump the tennis net. Lisa emerges from the school and quickly fastens her feet to the snakeboard and sets off once the skateboarder is out of sight. Lisa wins the snakeboard race of Tom, but Cracker wants a rematch, however Tom says he no longer has a board and on their way out of school, they wonder how Lisa jumped the net.
When Tom, Cracker and Matt arrive at school, Tom opens his locker and finds his snakeboard with love Lisa written on it, which Cracker and Matt take a mick out of. Tom says he's not going to keep it and will return it to Lisa. Before class, Tom gives Lisa the board back and Lisa says she can't keep it, but Tom points out she won it and Gemma urges Tom to take it. Lisa says she can hardly use it, but Tom says he saw her on it and Lisa says he didn't. When Tom asks what she means, Lisa admits that they saw someone who looked like her and Gemma explains that she and Lisa had the idea to find someone who could take her place for part of the race. Tom doesn't believe her at first and Cracker calls Lisa a cheat before they have an argument, however Mrs Holmes interrupts and she asks who the board belongs to and Lisa says's it is Tom's. At break, Lisa and Gemma are looking at an article on how to attract blokes and Gemma tells Lisa it's uselesss as she has tried everything, such as changing her hairstyle. Gemma says it's too subtle and needs a change of tactic and Lisa asks what. Gemma calls Matt and asks him directly and loudly if he'd like to go out with her, but Matt rejects it and Lisa says there wasn't anything subtle about that. In English, Year 8 are doing similes and Gemma is trying to get Matt to go out with her. Lisa tells Gemma to offer to do Matt's homework and Miss Carver asks Lisa if she has a question. Lisa says she does, but not on similes and Gemma warns her not to say anything. Lisa asks about the skiing trip and whether Year 8's can go, but Miss Carver is unaware of any skiing trip and Lisa said she heard some Year 11's talking about it.
Lisa and the rest of The Double Dare Gang want to play roller hockey, but they don't have any equipment. They all turn up and show you other what they managed to get. When Cracker shows a pair of pink rollerskates, he says they belong to his cousin, which makes Lisa and Gemma laugh. When The Double Dare Gang enter the gym in the gear which they obtained, Arnie Arnold approaches them and Cracker says they've come to join the practise, but Arnie says they aren't on the team. Tom says they want the chance to practise so they can eventually join the team. Chris Longworth asks whats going on and Arnie says they want to join the team and Colin Brown notices they haven't got the right things or sticks. Tom says they could borrow theirs and Arnie says they can't, so Lisa asks why not as proper equipment is expensive and Arnie says that's exactly why and he instructs them to go. Lisa says they are going to talk to Mr Robson. In Woodwork, Year 8 are making shapes. The teacher approaches The Double Dare Gang and firstly asks Cracker what he has done. Cracker shows him a hockey blade, but says it is a foot. Lisa, Tom and Matt show theirs, which are identical to Cracker's. In the hall, The Double Dare Gang are fixing blades to sticks and Gemma enters the hall to see what they are up to, but she doesn't participate. Lisa and the boys start a game, however Mr Jones comes in and asks what is going on. Cracker says they booked the gym and Mr Jones thought it was for a training session, not a roller hockey match and he points out the damage to the flooring. Mr Jones asks for the sticks before telling them to get out of the gym. Tom asks The Double Dare Gang what they are going to do and Lisa says Mr Jones had no right to take their sticks. Gemma stops at a poster and tells them they need to think of sponsorship and she explains to them that the company advertised on the poster is sponsoring a tournament in Holland and they sometimes sponsor teams and provide them with gear. Lisa thinks it's a great idea and that it's worth a try.
The Double Dare Gang open letters from companies after writing off for sponsorship, but Tom is starting to think it's a worthless exercise as they will all say the same things and Lisa reads "I am sorry to inform you..." from a letter. Lisa asks Matt and Gemma if they got anything and they shake their heads. Lisa walks off with Tom, Cracker and Gemma as they loose hope in the idea but Matt opens another. He stands up and shouts to The Double Dare Gang to wait as they've hit the jackpot. Later, a van from Savage Sports arrives at the school and Lisa and the boys head over to it but they notice Arnie talking to the driver, so they rush over to tell him to get his hands off their stuff. Matt shows him a letter to prove the stuff is theirs whilst Lisa directs the driver to reception and Arnie tells The Double Dare Gang the driver said it's stuff for the roller hockey team, but Tom questions Arnie on where he think it came from and they sent off for sponsorship. Cracker tells his friends that they should check out the new stuff as it is matching and Tom notices Arnie handling the new gear, but he tells him it's theirs. Arnie says The Double Dare Gang can have the old stuff, but they want the new things. Mr Robson comes out to the van and he thinks it's a mistake as the gear is top of the range and he decides to lock the equipment away until he has spoken to someone from Savage Sports. The Double Dare Gang decide to have a roller hockey match against the existing team for who gets to keep the old gear and the winners get the new things. Gemma isn't too sure about playing as she hasn't warn rollerskates for a long me, but Lisa says she will be fine. The match gets underway and Arnie is about to score when Cracker saves it, however near the end of the game, Arnie's team have scored 10 points whilst The Double Dare Gang have none. Tom says they have 2 minutes left, but Lisa says fhey should admit they have been well and truly beaten, so Tom agrees the rollerhockey team won. Tom asks the team for the old gear and as they exchange gear, Mr Robson enters the hall to tell them about the PTA sales. He then tells Arnie that the gear has to go back as the wrong stuff was sent and Arnie tells The Double Dare Gang and they need the old gear back, but they laugh and Tom says fat chance. When Arnie unlocks the box to get the new intake, it's gone and The Double Dare Gang are blamed by Arnie and Colin, but Matt points out it was locked and someone with a key must have taken it.
Cracker, Matt and Tom try psychological profiling to discover who took the school, but without a key, Cracker uses a screwdriver. Lisa comes along and asks them what it is going on and Matt and Tom explain it's psychological profiling and without a key, it would've probably took 3 hours to get in the box. Tom suggests they leave and as they do, Cracker picks a skull piece of jewellery off the ground. Later, The Double Dare Gang decide that instead of psychological profiling, they make a list of the main suspects and the hockey team are some of the suspects, so Gemma tells Lisa to take Laurie Watson.
In Ray's cafe, The Double Dare Gang situate themselves near the roller hockey team. The next day, Tom tells The Double Dare Gang that they are getting nowhere by following the roller hockey team and Lisa says Mr Robson will kill them if they don't find the gear by the end of the week, which gives them 5 more day and she asks what they are going to do. Cracker says it's time for direct action and he shows them a bunch of car keys to get in any car and they work on other locks. Cracker asks where is the most obvious place they haven't looked where your games kit is and where things are locked away and he says they are going to break into Arnie's locker.
The Double Dare Gang attend the roller hockey match, which is the Hill Hogs against the Crusaders. Gemma asks Lisa if she can see anything and Lisa says she can't from where she is sat. Cracker says they need to take a closer look, so he climbs over the seats and on to the pitch to look at the things one of the players have, but he is sent away by the referee. When a player from the Crusaders takes a seat, Lisa clambers over the seats to pick up some gloves, however the player notices her and takes them. Lisa asks Gemma what they do and Gemma says they should tell Arnie ad he would know what to do. Later, a helmet is placed on the seat by a member of the opposing team, ssoo Tom decides to retrieve it and he is successful in doing so before showing it to The Double Dare Gang and he points out the mark Cracker made. At school, Lisa tells Tom that it was a great move nicking the helmet, but it doesn't exactly help and Tom tells her that he doesn't see her coming up with good ideas. Gemma points out that they only have until the end of the day and Cracker suggests getting a member of the hockey team to phone to school, but Lisa asks him who as they are all wrapped up in their own love lives and Tom suggests Colin.
At break, The Double Dare Gang approach Colin and Lisa says he has to help them and Gemma says someone stole the roller hockey equipment and they thought it was him or Arnie, but at the match, they saw the other team wear the stolen gear. Cracker adds how he marked the gear with a special pen and Tom says if they don't get it back, Mr Robson will kill them. They ask Colin if he will ring someone from the other school to organise an hange, but they have to come to the school and point out who sold them the gear.Colin tells them it's their mess and they can resolve it, but Lisa pleads with him yet Colin says no as he is fed up of helping people out and it's their fault, so they need to sort it. Gemma tells The Double Dare Gang to leave Colin to her and she successfully persuades him. The Double Dare Gang find out that Gregory was the one who sold the gear and Cracker said they shoud have guessed it was him Cracker explains he did psychological profiling in his head and determined the thief to be sneaky, withdrawn, a bit of a loner and probably neglected in his childhood, so he turned to a life of crime and Lisa says that sounds like Gregory. Lisa is going counting the money The Double Dare Gang saved to give the other school for the rollerhockey gear, which is £4.96 and Lisa asks Tom if he has some money to make the £5 needed, so Tom gives her 4p. The student from the other school approaches The Double Dare Gang and informs them he arranged to meet Gregory outside the sports hall before asking for the money and Lisa gives him the £5. After school, The Double Dare Gang follow Gregory to the sports pavilion to retrieve the rollerhockey gear. They wait until Gregory exits the sports pavilion before making their way to enter, however the door is locked by a padlock. Cracker says he knew his keys would come in handy and The Double Dare Gang are pleased when the keys work. Tom finds the gear but Lisa alerts them that Gregory is coming, so they all hide and when Gregory enters, The Double Dare Gang crowd round him before dressing him up in all the stolen gear which they all find amusing. They then escort him from the sports pavilion to the playground before circling around him with hockey sticks, which is watched on the CCTV monitors by Mrs Maguire and Mr Robson. In the playground, Gemma instructs Gregory to stand up, but Gregory is unable to due to the weight of the gear and Lisa tells him there's no backing out. Mr Robson emerges from the playground and asks what is going on and Cracker says it's the stolen hockey gear as promised along with a signed confession from Gregory.
At Gemma's house, she shows her friends her mouse and Lisa is surprised on how Gemma wrote a whole essay on her mouse, referring to it as a thing and Gemma points out her mouse is not a thing. When something goes down Cracker's shirt, Lisa says there is something moving in there and it happens to be Gemma's mouse, My Spice. Gemma warns Cracker to be careful as she won't be able to breathe and Lisa jokes there will be plenty to eat. Gemma and Cracker decide to have a race between their mice, My Spice and Linford and Gemma seems more concerned about Matt and Lisa asks the others whats up with Matt lately as he is moody.
In the sports pavilion, The Double Dare Gang race Gemma and Cracker's mice against each other and My Spice wins. Lisa asks if Cracker is going to admit that My Spice won whilst Linford and Cracker came nowhere. Cracker has bought 24 mice and he devises another mouse racing competition where mice race down there own tube plus there will be 2 heats and a final and with the remainder 23 mice, people can join. During the race, Lisa helps Gemma cheer on My Spice until they are interrupted by members of staff. The Double Dare Gang are hauled up in front of Mr Robson and he wonders when it will end with the 5 of them as time after time, they have been up in front of him for various reasons, such as forging letters and rollerhockey equipment. He warns them that he has his eye on all of them and their time at the school is hanging by a thread. The Double Dare Gang's punishment is mopping the corridors.
Series 22 (1999)Edit
When Gemma arrives at school, her friends notice she is in a bad mood and Lisa asks her what's wrong, but Gemma insists it's nothing. Lisa tells the boys it's probably nothing she wants to talk to them about. Lisa goes with Gemma to the payphone so she can ring her dad about her mum coming round that evening. After History when Gemma tried to get her friends to protest about doing an exam after they had no time to prepare for, Gemma tells Cracker his has a lot in common with Henry the 8th, such as a disregard for women and always stuffing his face and Lisa tells her that that is unfair.
Gemma's parents are getting divorced and Gemma's dad suggests that Gemma goes to boarding school. After History, Lisa thinks it's just not fair but Gemma says she doesn't have a choice. The Double Dare Gang suggest they start a campaign to choose your own school and to keep Gemma at Grange Hill. Lisa, Cracker and Tom agree with Matt that it's about basic human rights and they need to make a stand. The Double Dare Gang lead a protest, which is spotted by Mr Robson and Mrs Holmes and Mrs Holmes approaches The Double Dare Gang and she asks who made the plaque cards and Matt tells her they all did. Mrs Holmes announces that they are very good and she is with them on this. When Mr Lyons comes to take Gemma home, Lisa, Cracker and Tom present Mr Lyons with 3 clipboards and Lisa says there are 387 reasons for Gemma to stay at Grange Hill.
When The Double Dare Gang think Gemma has threatened to bunk or stay with her mum when she turns up at school with her dad, Gemma tells them that no one makes her do anything she doesn't want to and Lisa says something has happened. Mr Lyons arranges for Gemma to start at Radwood Hall the following Monday and in assembly when Mr Robson announces Gemma is leaving, Lisa, Tom, Matt and Cracker shout 'There's only one Gemma Lyons'. After school, the Double Dare Gang meet at The Arches to say goodbye to Gemma and Gemma describes Radwood Hall. Lisa asks if she will write and Gemma says of course. Lisa says they got her some presents and Lisa gives Gemma a torch for reading after the lights go out.
When Matt recieves a postcard from Gemma reading help with a bat sticker in the corner, he tells Lisa and Tom that they need to go and rescue her. Lisa, Matt, Cracker and Tom take a bus and they have no idea where they are. When they ask a man the way, he tells them they shouldn't go to Radwood Hall and Lisa asks why. Lisa, Matt, Cracker and Tom finally get to Gemma's school and as they enter the school groundd, they are seen and chased by the porter and hide behind trees. Once the porter is out of sight, they quickly run into the school but they hear footsteps and quickly hide, but Matt is caught by the headmistress and thrown out. Lisa, Cracker and Tom look at the name tags on the door and Lisa finds Gemma's room. 2 girls answer and they show them where Gemma is and they get Gemma's attention by pulling funny faces. They leave the school premises and meet up with Matt and they talk about the school. Gemma says she will miss the Double Dare Gang, but she can't leave as Radwood Hall is her home and they all hug.
Lisa asks Tracy what she has in the wrapping paper and Tracy says it's a birthday present from her auntie. Lisa asks to see it, which turns out to be a knitted cardigan and Lisa agrees when Tracy says her auntie still thinks she is 6. Lisa asks what Tracy is going to do to celebrate her birthday and when Tracy says she will probably get a video out, Lisa says she has to do better than that and offers to think of something.
Lisa asks Cracker, Matt and Tom for suggestions on how to celebrate Tracy's birthday and they come up with useless ideas, such as robbing a bank. Cracker shows Lisa an advert in a magazine for a band called Ultramatic and that Tracy adores Andy Tate. Lisa asks the boys to cover for her while she makes a call. Lisa uses Cracker to divert Mrs Betterton's attention whilst Lisa phones the box office to see if there are any tickets available for Ultramatic's concert. Mr Robson overhears Lisa and tells her to put the phone down and leave.
Unable to get hold of concert tickets, Lisa suggests she could buy some outside the gig, but the boys tell her that they cost a fortune. Lisa gets another idea, but she doesn't tell Matt, Cracker or Tom. Lisa goes to the secretary's office and pretends that she left her PE kit at home and asks Mrs Betterton if she can ring home. When Mrs Betterton goes with Mr Robson go do a stock check, Lisa starts ringing hotels to see if Ultramatic is staying with them. Lisa finally finds out the hotel the band are staying in and she later tells Tracy to meet her at The Arches on Friday at 6pm. Lisa asks Cracker and Matt to say to anyone if they ask on Friday that she and Tracy have gone to a church disco and Matt agrees. After school, Matt, Tom and Cracker tell Lisa that they're not going to cover for her unless she tells them what she's planning. Lisa explains that she is going to take Tracy to meet Andy Tate and the boys reckon Lisa won't meet him. Lisa says if she does meet him, they have to do her homework and if she is unsuccessful, she'll do theirs.
On Tracy's birthday, Lisa gives her a card and Tracy shows Lisa her dress, asking if it will do for that night and Lisa says it's perfect. Tracy asks where they are really going and Lisa tells her a church disco and the boys back Lisa's lie up. Matt asks Lisa if she is sure they can't come and Lisa is positive they can't. Lisa and Tracy are painting their nails in the toilets so they'll have less to do later. Tracy wonders how they are going to dry them and they dry them under the hand drier and Tracy explains how at a previous church disco she left after 10 minutes because it was so boring. Lisa reassures her that the church disco they are going to will be different. Miss Carver catches Lisa and Tracy drying their nails and instructs them to put their shoes and socks on, but Lisa argues they'll stick but Miss Carver insists she means it.. Tracy arrives at the cafe to wait for Lisa, but sees the boys and Lisa later arrives and is relieved when Tracy tells her Cracker, Tom and Matt aren't with her. Lisa unzips her coat and shows Tracy her dress and Cracker and Tom are amazed to see Lisa and Tracy look like actual women. Lisa asks Tracy what she reckons and Tracy says it will be wasted on a church disco, but Lisa tells her that is what she thinks. Lisa and Tracy get a cab and the boys follow them in a different cab. Lisa and Tracy arrive at a hotel and Lisa tells Tracy that they are going to meet Andy Tate. At the reception desk, Lisa tells the man at reception that she has arranged to meet her uncle, who she calls uncle Monty. There is a Mr Montague staying at the hotel and Lisa and Tracy take a seat in the lounge. Whilst Tracy goes to the toilet, Lisa, Cracker, Matt and Tom are told to leave the hotel when the receptionist discovered that Mr Montague wasn't due to meet anyone. In the taxi, they decide to turn back to get Tracy. Matt manages to get Tracy a bundle of stuff from Ultramatic and Andy Tate's autograph and in the taxi, Cracker and Lisa debate about who won the bet and Lisa decides on a draw.
At school, Lisa tells Cracker and Tom that it's their fault for Friday night as they blew a chance of a lifetime by being stupid. Cracker tells Lisa not to blame him and he doesn't know what Tracy sees in Andy Tate and Lisa snaps at him, telling him it's because he is an idiot. Lisa tells Tom and Matt to look at Matt and Tracy and it's not right. Tom asks what is't right and Lisa tells him to think about it. At break, Lisa stares at Matt and Tracy and then goes over to him and tells him that she is going to write to Gemma and if he wants her to tell her anything, but Matt says no. Lisa says that he has plenty to report and that he knows, but Matt doesn't know what she is on about and Lisa tells him to forget it and storms off. Matt later catches up with Lisa, but she insists she has nothing to say to him and Matt asks why she is being so stupid and Lisa admits that she is angry because he is going out with Tracy. Matt denies that he is going out with Tracy and they are just friends and Lisa wonders if he means like he was with Gemma and Matt says she's right just like he is with her, Tom and Cracker. Lisa points out to Matt that he was really special to Gemma and Matt says he knows and he misses her, but it doesn't mean he can't have other friends and Tracy is not his girlfriend. Matt adds the advice Gemma gave him about Tracy and Lisa is surprised he told Gemma about Tracy and Matt says he phoned her on Saturday. Matt tells Lisa that he wants them to be friends and Lisa apologises and wonders what Tracy thinks of her. Matt jokes with Lisa that he isn't too sure he can repeat what Tracy said and Lisa takes him seriously. After school, Lisa asks Tracy if she is coming down to the cafe and they invite Matt.
When Cracker arrives at school after the dentist, he tells his friends that he has been to a job interview, but Lisa tells him not to lie as he was at the dentist. Cracker tells them the job is at The Arches and Lisa reckons Ray saw him coming, but Cracker says that Ray begged him and Lisa jokes that no other mug would. When Cracker says people were queuing up, Lisa tells him that they were probably were for the toilet. Cracker adds that he's getting paid top rate with a load of perks and he's going places, which humours Lisa and the others. The Double Dare Gang go to the cafe to see Cracker in action and tease him by asking what the specials of the day are and Lisa asks Cracker what is so special about the burger in a bun. Ray comes over and asks if they are going to order anything and Lisa tells him no and they've come to laugh at Cracker. When Cracker asks what it will be, Lisa orders 4 teas.
Cracker starts selling sandwiches he got from The Arches with Tom and he tries to get his friends to buy a sandwich. Lisa asks if the mayonnaise is low fat, whether the prawns or fresh and frozen and if he's got whole wheat bread and Cracker tells her the mayonnaise is low fat, the prawns were flown in from Norway and the bread is a new white variety. When Cracker says the sandwiches are a bargain for 55p, Lisa says no thanks. In History, Mrs Holmes gets stomach pains and clutches her stomach. Lisa asks if it is her gallstones, but Mrs Holmes believes she must have eaten something that disagreed with her. Tracy offers to fetch Mr Robson, but Mrs Holmes tells Tracy that won't be necessary and instructs Lisa and Tracy to sit down.
Series 23 (2000)Edit
Lisa and Tracy talk about how Matt will be gutted, but they liev when he asks what they're talking about. When Tom puts a taper to the test tube, Mr Hankin asks who it was, they point to Tom.
Lisa, Tracy, Tom and Cracker pull straws to decide who will tell Matt, but the straws turn out to be the same lenght. Cracker ends up pulling a short straw and he has to tell Matt. Cracker attempts to tell Matt and Lisa, Tracy and Tom explain how she and Cracker and Tom and Tracy are couples. Matt tells them Gemma broke up with him. Cracker suggests they end dating, but the others think they have to date as they are Year 10.
Lisa and Tracy are disgusted by the smell of Tom and Cracker's aftershave. Lisa asks Cracker for ideas so that Matt is included with them. Tom and Cracker ask Matt about the sort of girl he likes and that they will get Lisa and Tracy to find a girl.
In Science, Lisa and Tracy tell Matt he's meeting Lisa's cousin Katrina at The Arches. On the way to The Arches, Tom and Cracker ask Lisa if Matt will like her and will they. When they meet Matt, Lisa admits to Matt she hasn't seen Katrina for a year and Tom lied about seeing her, but Lisa reassures him. When Katrina arrives, the gang are shocked with her look.
Matt refuses to go on a date with another date Lisa and Tracy have arranged. Lisa and Tracy show Matt a photo of Suzie, a girl they've set him up with and Matt agrees to the date and Lisa and Tracy tell him what not to do. The Double Dare Gang go to The Arches to wait for Suzie. Suzie arrives and Matt is nervous and he ends up spilling a drink on her, resulting in her leaving.
In English, Lisa and Tracy work on something. They show Tom, Matt and Cracker a rota for dating, which confuses the boys.
The Double Dare Gang scare Mr Robson with one of them dressed up and reminding him of OFSTED.
In The Arches, Lisa finds the article on their latest prank and tells the others that one person believed it was an alien, but another said it was the return of Spring Heeled Jack. Lisa finds out about Spring Heeled Jack and tells someone about him on the phone. The Double Dare Gang read about Spring Heeled Jack and they'll be making footprints, but Lisa and Matt have a date, so they have to miss out.
The Double Dare Gang ask Mr Hankin about how to change screensavers on a server and he offers to show them after class. Mr Hankin shows the class a van de graff static electricity generator and asks if anyone wants a go, so Lisa suggests the OFSTED inspector. The class laugh when his wig flies off.
Whilst working on their next dare, Lisa reads a book on UFOs. Lisa, Tom and Matt leave Cracker and Tracy at The Arches whilst they go to school to do their dare. Lisa, Tom and Matt are caught filming their UFO by Mr Forbes.
Lisa, Tom and Matt tell Tracy and Cracker they were caught by one of the OFSTED inspectors. The Double Dare Gang think Mr Robson knows what they did when the Science project is changed from rockets because he has taken a dislike to things related to space. Lisa, Tom and Matt are pulled out of Maths to see Mr Robson, who lectures them and gives them detention.
The Double Dare Gang discuss Tracy having a detention, meaning Matt can't have a date. Lisa overhears Mr Robson asking student teacher Simon to take detention and she tells Tracy to tell Matt the date is on. In detention, Lisa pretends to be Tracy and Tom being Matt whilst Cracker is himself. Tracy interrupts detention, asking for Lisa and saying Matt never turned up. Simon asks them for their real names.
In PE, Lisa and Tracy ask Matt why he didn't go on his date with Tracy. Mr Jones gets them down from the wall bars. On Lisa and Tracy's date with Tom and Cracker, Lisa and Tracy decide to agree with the boys and end them dating each other.
All the students are told about a cardboard box competition, where the year who collect the most boxes win a free day out to a theme park.
Lisa overhears Max tell Ian, Ben, Katy and Franco that his dad has boxes at his hotel, so she tells Tracy and Tom. Lisa and Tracy ask the receptionist of the hotel questions whilst Tom and Cracker get the boxes. Lisa, Tracy and Tom ignore Matt and notice him speaking to Katy.
Mr Hankin does Year 10's Science class in stand up comedy for charity. Cracker shows Lisa, Tom and Tracy the boxes he got, but they find the! gone after Year 8 took them back, and Cracker suspects Year 9 and Tom of telling them.
Year 10, Year 9 and Year 8 start a food fight over the cardboard boxes, but Mr Hankin stops them. In The Arches, Ray gets them to stop arguing and Year 10 and Year 9 realise they've ignored Matt and Katy for no reason.
The Double Dare Gang reminisce about the dares they've pulled off and how they will miss it, but Mr Hankin asks if they are interested in a final dare. At the fun day, Mr Hankin rounds up The Double Dare Gang and they perform a piece on OFSTED.
Series 24 (2001)Edit
Lisa is in English with her class when the fire alarm goes off when the wiring catches fire. Outside, Lisa is worried when she can't see her sister, Shona, but Miss Carver reassures her. At home, the phone rings and no one answers it. Lisa and Shona's jokes get them sent to their room. The next day, Lisa and Tracy talk abot Tom's new friendship with Ozzie. Lisa and Shona return home to their parents arguing.
Lisa and Shona's parents argue again and Lisa wants to know what is going on and they have a right to know. At lunch, Lisa gives Shona reasons to why their parents are arguing, such as thir dad's work hours and their mum hardly sees him.
Lisa and Shona talk about the subjects they have when a conversation between their parents turns into a row. Lisa explains the stages in a marriage to Shona. After school, they go to the cafe and Lisa talks to Ben Miller about her mum and dad. At night time, Lisa stands at the top of the stairs and listens to her parents argue and she sends Shona back to bed. Mrs West later wakes Lisa up, apologising and reassuring her she loves her and Shona. Lisa talks to Shona again about their mum and dad and that they're getting the problems out. After school, Lisa and Shona return home and Mr West tells them their mum has left and Lisa blames him.
Lisa tries to stop Shona worrying and that their mum could have had no choice as it takes 2 people to row like their parents did. Martin Miller questions whether their parents argued. Lisa cooks tea for her and Shona and Lisa has no sympathy for her dad. Shona pleads with Lisa and her dad not to argue. Mr West later admits to Lisa her mum has been seeing another man for more than a year.
Lisa and Ben question Shona, Kathy McIlroy and Maddie Gilks about Martin in the basement. Lisa and Shona go to the smoking lecture after being forced by Danny Hartston. Shona discusses the lecture with Lisa and is glad their parents gave it up. They then talk about their dad and Shona defends him, but Lisa says he messed their mum around and he is taken the mick.
Lisa susses out that her dad never went into work. Lisa suggests he attempts to get their mum back by going on a date and taking her flowers. Mr West doesn't listen and Lisa says he is pathetic. Before class, Tracy and Tom inform Lisa, Cracker and Matt that Mrs Holmes has an incredibly young toyboy.
Ben asks Lisa how Shona is. Tracy and Lisa discuss Vikki Meedes and Danny, but Shannon Parks, who is supposedly dating Danny, insists he is in love with her and he proved it and everyone is suprised when she means they've had sex. Lisa thinks Danny is taking advantage. Shona asks Lisa to be nice to their dad and Lisa offers to cook a chilli for tea. Mr West gets a phone call from Mrs West and he announces to Lisa and Shona that their mum is coming back on Thursday and they are going to be a family again.
Lisa, Shona and Mr West prepare the meal. Mrs West soon arrives and she notices the table they laid, but Mrs West reveals she can't stay. Lisa and Shona say that Mr West says said she was coming back and Lisa accuses him of lying to them. Shona runs out of the house, but is stopped from getting hit by a car by a man. The man takes Shona home and he turns out to be Dave and Lisa tells Shona he is the reason their mum is leaving. Lisa and her dad discuss things later.
Lisa takes breakfast to Shona. Lisa tells Shona she has to eat, despite having German Measles and their dad can look after himself. Lisa phones her mum to ask if she can help out whilst Shona is ill, but her phone cuts out. Lisa asks Tom and Tracy to come to hers to watch videos.
Ben and Max arrive at Lisa's and Lisa and Tracy tell them it's a video party. During the movie, there is banging at the door and it turns out to be Shannon, upset that Danny has dumped her because she's underage and he'll get into trouble. Lisa encourages Shannon to drink a glass of brandy. Lisa doesn't care about Tom helping himself to brandy or her spilling it. Ozzie arrives at the party with cans and Lisa helps herself. Mr West catches Ton and Leah in Lisa's bedroom and he confronts Lisa. Lisa ends up arguing with and hurting her dad. Lisa falls asleep downstairs.
Lisa wakes up the following day, confused about why she's on the sofa and what she's wearing. Mrs West visits with things for Shona, but she tells Lisa she can't stay. Lisa tells her dad she wishes he left and not her mum. Lisa apologises to Tom and Ozzie for her dad's behaviour and invites them to hers again to the annoyance of Tracy as they wrecked her house.
Ozzie agrees to go to Lisa's after school and Tracy excuses herself. Lisa tells Ben and Max she isn't entering the talent contest as Tracy is in it.
Lisa tells Tom, Matt and Cracker they are entering the talent contest as she is fed up of Tracy making out she's great. At home, Lisa is fed up of looking after Shona, her dad and doing her homework and complains about there being no clean clothes and being out of food. At school, everyone has found out that Shannon made it up about her and Danny and Leah was raped by Tom. Lisa confronts Shannon and Lisa is annoyed that Tracy wants to hear what Shannon has to say about Tom.
Lisa gets a text in Mrs Holmes' lesson from her mum and Lisa tells her that her mum is visiting after school. When Mrs West visits, Lisa wants to know why her mum didn't come when Shona was ill. Mrs West admits she is pregnant and German Measles might have damaged the baby. Lisa is estatic initially, thinking it's her dad's baby, but learns it's Dave's.
Lisa suggests to her dad he rearranges an appointment for someone to fix the boiler. Shona wants to know from Lisa what's going on as she is being nice to their dad. Lisa shows Matt some ideas for their costumes. Lisa is determined they get through and Lisa, Cracker and Tom perform '(You Drive Me) Crazy'. After their performance backstage, Shannon tells everyone Tom raped Leah and Lisa and Cracker defend Tom. Lisa, Tom, Cracker and Matt get through to the next round along with Tracy. At home, Mrs West visits and Shona still thinks their mum can come back, but Lisa informs her their mum is having Dave's baby and she is never coming back.
Lisa and Shona prepare their dad breakfast and she reminds Shona not to tell their dad about the baby. Lisa is annoyed with Tracy when she suggests Tom might be in the wrong and not Shannon. Lisa notices the Year 10's crowding around Leah and wonders why people believe Shannon, but Tracy doesn't think Shannon would make it up. Lisa and Tracy end up fighting, but Cracker, Ben and Ian break them up.
Mrs Holmes talks to Lisa in the playground about Shona's behaviour and Lisa asks to sort it instead of telling her parents. Tom refuses to listen to Matt's problem and Lisa tells him he is suppose to be on Tom's side.
Lisa is worried about Tom, so she decides to speak to Shannon, who reveals Leah is at rape counselling. Lisa threatens to go to Mr Robson if anything gets to Tom, but Shannon says he would check things out. Lisa, Cracker and Matt find Tom and Lisa realises Tom neved asked Leah and she never said yes. At home, Lisa tells her dad she can't cope lookimg after him and Shona and she reveals her mum is pregnant, so she isn't coming back.
Mrs West and Dave visit Lisa and Shona. Lisa is annoyed when they suggest her and Shona move in with them when things have settled down. Mr West arrives home and decides they will calm down and talk it through. Lisa comforts her dad when he breaks down crying.
Tom discusses what he is going to do about the situation with Leah with Lisa and Cracker, but although Cracker and Tracy reassure him, Lisa points out Leah is 15, so Tom would be breaking the law even if she did consent. Tom doesn't want to argue and tells them they should think of Matt and Lisa wonders why. Tracy comforts Lisa when she says everything has gone wrong and Tracy insists she is still her best friend. At the school show, Lisa and Tracy perform 'Do You Believe In Life After Love?'.
Series 25 (2002)Edit
Lisa gets a phone call of her mum. Mr West and Lisa are both getting pressure from Lisa's mum for the girls to live with her. Lisa agrees to speak to Shona. Lisa promises to get Shona desteni cards and they discuss moving in with their mum, but Lisa reminds her they'd be leaving their dad and Grange Hill. Shona reveals Lisa's phone that she took. Lisa tells her friends that her mum wants her to live with her and Shona is messing up at school. Lisa admits to Shona that she misses Tracy, but is pleased as she wanted the music scholarship and she and the others do some lessons together. Whilst Shona buys some cards, Lisa speaks to Tracy, but she is mugged and thrown against a lorry and Mr Robson chases after her attacker.
Lisa and Shona are taken to hospital. Mr West ends up arguing over the phone with Lisa and Shona's mum. Tom and Matt learn from Miss Carver that Lisa was injured as well as Mr Robson and Tom and Matt later inform Cracker. Cracker, Tom and Matt decide to visit Lisa, but they are stopped by Mr Deverill. Shona bunks off school, leaving Mr West frantic and tells Lisa he's got no right expecting her to help bring up Shona. Shona is later back home, drunk, and Lisa asks Mr West not to tell their mum and she doesn't want her and Shona to be seperate. Mr West tells her that it would be best if she went too.
Lisa hides in the kitchen when she hears someone opening the door and is relieved when it turns out to be her dad. Mr West tells her Shona is fine and he's glad Lisa stayed.
Lisa doesn't answer the door to Tom, Matt and Cracker as she hides in the kitchen. Lisa lies to her dad that she was in the garden and had a busy day. Lisa rejects her dad's offer to drive her to the club.
Lisa is tearful when Mr Weat says she is nearly better and can't stay cooped up, but Lisa admits she is scared, so Mr West suggests they phone the school for some help.
Lisa refuses to go back to school, which she agreed to with her dad.
Tom and Matt visit Lisa and they try to cheer her up. Tom suggests they go out and Lisa agrees after pleading from Tom. Lisa takes a few steps, but can't go through with it.
Cracker sends Ray to Lisa. Ray talks to Lisa about what happened after his attack. Ray tells her that her friends and family want her back as she was, so does Lisa herself. Ray tells Lisa he didn't let tgose responsible get away and he advises Lisa to Lisa to make a statement so she can get her life back.
Lisa calls the police and tells Ray that they want her to go to the station to look at some photos. Lisa gets anxious, but Ray encourages her. However, Lisa gets panicked when she sees someone resembling her attacker, but it turns out to be a woman and Lisa gets upset. After going to the police, Ray decides they should celebrate and lets Lisa choose. Lisa arrives the club and Tom, Matt and Cracker are pleased to see her.
On a night out, Lisa asks Vikki why Bryony is being such a cow to Matt, but Vikki reassures her that she's not. Ozzie accidentally scares Lisa and offers them free drinks. Lisa and Matt leave when Matt rows with Bryony.
Lisa returns to school and wants to know sll the gossip and Miss Carver welcomes Lisa back. Lisa questions Tom about his mystery blonde woman. Lisa notices Tom with the mystery blonde woman acting friendly with each other.
Lisa and Tom watch Matt and Leah talk and Tom thinks Matt is doing it to wind him up, but Lisa points out that Matt doesn't even know they're watching. Lisa notices Tom has skin balm and reckons his new mate bought him the chain and Tom. Lisa is annoyed with Tom and asks who the woman he is hanging around with is and Tom admits he got a job as a model, causing Lisa and Matt to burst out laughing.
Lisa accompanies Tom to his photoshoot, but he is hesitant about going through. They meet Zoe and Lisa shows her the clothes they picked out, but Tom is modelling things not in shops. Lisa watches Tom having his pictures taken. Mr West arrives to pick up Lisa and Tom and he invites Zoe to join them for food, but Lisa says she is busy, but Zoe agrees to another time.
Lisa arrives at school with Matt and Tom and she and Matt watch on when a group of girls ask Tom to sign his photos in their magazines. Kathy asks Tom for an interview and as Tom answers a question, Kathy stares admiringly, amusing Lisa, Matt and Carl.
Lisa and the 6th formers discuss Mr Robson and Miss Carver's engagement and that Mr Robson has always looked after them and it's a shame that he is leaving and that they'll miss him, asking Matt for his opinion, and Matt agrees before going after Bryony. Tom suggests to Lisa that they go out that afternoon. Lisa arrives at the club later on all dressed up, but she is disappointed that it isn't a date with Tom, as Matt is there. Lisa pretends she has a date and leaves.
Lisa attends Mr Robson and Miss Carver's wedding reception at the school. Lisa is happy when Matt makes the wedding reception. Cracker figures out Lisa has feelings for Tom and Cracker tells him. Tom talks to Lisa and she kisses him. Later, a fire breaks out, caused by Mr Deverill and Lisa and Tom notice the fire and Ozzie and Vikki not that far and Lisa yells for them to run. The school blows up and goes up in flames shortly after.
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