13 Times Teen Shows Didn't Understand Their Own Timelines
High school is six years long on The CW.
When Haley was only pregnant for like, six months on One Tree Hill:
Also on One Tree Hill, when the date of Jamie's birthday kept changing:
When the liars were high school seniors for what seemed like all of eternity on Pretty Little Liars:
When Riverdale jumped "seven years" ahead of time to 2021, even though Jughead was born in 2001, which means they should have graduated in 2019, which means???
Also on Riverdale, when Cheryl and Jason were apparently in different grades despite being twins:
When Chantay was a student for, uh, forever on Degrassi: The Next Generation:
When Lola and Tiny dated for "a couple weeks" but also eight months at the same time on Degrassi: Next Class:
When everyone went through junior year twice on Beverly Hills, 90210:
When it was really unclear what age Ryan, Seth, Marissa, and Summer were supposed to be on The O.C.:
Also on The O.C., when Kaitlin Cooper magically aged like, six years between Season 1 and 3:
When they kept changing everything about the timeline of the Hale fire on Teen Wolf:
Whatever the heck is going on with the timeline of Hope and the Saltzman twins' ages on Legacies:
And finally, everything about London's age on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and The Suite Life On Deck:
Have you noticed any other teen show timeline errors that just don't add up? Let us know in the comments!
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