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The kids of Degrassi street have all graduated and are spending their last summer together before heading off in separate directions. There are a lot of stories going on in parallel here. Joey, Kaitlin, and Tessa get involved in a love triangle. Snake makes a fool of himself; this time while acting as a life guard. Wheels shows signs of a drinking problem. Everything comes to a head at an end of summer party at Bronco's cottage. Written by
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What distinguished the Degrassi series through all its various incarnations was the fact that it dealt with the problems of growing up in a honest and straightforward manner, School's Out is no exception.Although it might be comforting to people who have followed the series from the beginning to think that these young people live happily ever after, that wouldn't be true to intent of the original series or, true to life. This drama shows actions and there consequences as these young people accept(or choose not to accept) the responsibilities of adulthood.The result is a complex, disturbing,yet ultimately hopeful final(?) chapter to the wonderful Degrassi saga.
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