Craig leaves London heartbroken because of Ashley's rejection. His ever-so-fragile mental stability is pushed to such a breaking point that Craig seeks solace by living in the Degrassi boiler room.

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Jimmy Brooks (as Aubrey Graham) (credit only)
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Hazel Aden (credit only)
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Paige Michalchuk (credit only)
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Ashley Kerwin (credit only)
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Craig leaves London heartbroken because of Ashley's rejection. His ever-so-fragile mental stability is pushed to such a breaking point that Craig seeks solace by living in the Degrassi boiler room.

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26 August 2005 (USA)  »

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Kevin Smith: In my movie, Kevin Smith gets to dance with Caitlin Ryan.
[Canadian ninjas appear and he and "Jay" must defend themselves]
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Whatever It Takes
Written by Jody Colero and Stephen Stohn
Performed by Jakalope
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If you are a fan of Smith avoid this Degrassi mess, if you're a fan of Degrassi it might be worth it.
28 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am a fan of Kevin Smith, and I want to protect his fans from stumbling across this most unfortunate accident. It is not a Kevin Smith movie. It is an episode of Degrassi (obviously), and almost mock-umentary about Kevin Smith shooting "Jay and Silent Bob Do Degrassi" which is the whored out name dubbed to these episodes of Degrassi. I watched both episodes hoping and praying that it must have a moment of redemption, and it never did. I remember Mewes and Smith did say a few funny things. Mewes and Morissette did a good job, but they're in it for only a couple of minutes total. Realistically I would say the attempts at comedy would be less than 2%. Which to put into perspective, is a good percentage for Fat in Milk, disgusting the other way around.

This was horrific to me by the standard that "An Evening with Kevin Smith"- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0346952/ is one of the funniest things I've ever seen in my entire life. If you are a fan of Smith avoid this Degrassi mess, if you're a fan of Degrassi, it might be worth the mess. And although it's hard to believe, I think Kevin Smith would be one of the first to agree with me. That's why I said I hope someone lost a bet and that's why this was made.

-I'm sorry to be the barer of bad news, I'm only trying to help.


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