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Scoop: THE CARRIE DIARIES on THE CW - Friday, February 1, 2013

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Scoop: THE CARRIE DIARIES on THE CW - Friday, February 1, 2013 THE CARRIE DIARIES - (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
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PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS - After Tom (Matt Letscher) forbids Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) to see Sebastian (Austin Butler) again, Carrie snoops through Tom's work files and uncovers some alarming information about Sebastian's past. Carrie decides to confront Sebastian about what she's discovered and is shocked by his reaction. Maggie (Katie Findlay) deals with her breakup with Walt (Brenden Dooling) in the only way she knows how and finds some solace from Dorrit (Stefania Owen.) Meanwhile, Larissa (Freema Agyman) takes Carrie, Mouse (Ellen Wong) and Seth (special guest Kyle Harris) to an outrageous performance art club in New York City, which leaves them all feeling self-conscious. Daisy Mayer directed the episode written by Terri Minsky (103.)

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