Toby and Ashley have just become step-siblings and moved in together, and they just don't get along. Ashley starts her campaign to be elected as school president, and Toby convinces his ... See full summary »

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Toby and Ashley have just become step-siblings and moved in together, and they just don't get along. Ashley starts her campaign to be elected as school president, and Toby convinces his best friend, J.T. to run against her just to aggravate her. Emma and Manny are having problems of their own. Being in Grade 7 is tough, especially when Spinner is on a power trip. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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1 April 2002 (USA)  »

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First episode to feature Lauren Collins, Aubrey Graham, Shane Kippel & Sarah Barrable-Tishauer. See more »

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Toby: So, ready for Day 1 of the rest of our junior high lives?
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Referenced in Degrassi: The Next Generation: Jagged Little Pill (2002) See more »

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Whatever It Takes
Written by Jody Colero and Stephen Stohn
Performed by Lisa Dalbello
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An instant classic
3 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of the best of the early episodes.

This episode pits newly related step-siblings Toby and Ashley against each other in the election for Degrassi Community School president. Toby as the campaign manager for his best friend J.T. and Ashley running for herself.

By the end of the episode Toby and Ashley are beginning to connect with each other as well as beginning to understand that they don't need to dislike each, and that they should get along if they want to survive middle school.

This is coming from an American who first saw these shows on DVD.


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