Paige and Matt Oleander desperately try to keep their relationship a secret but it seems to be an impossible mission when Mr. Simpson spies them together at the park and Manny spreads ... See full summary »

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Ellie Nash (credit only)
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Jimmy Brooks (as Aubrey Graham) (credit only)
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Gavin 'Spinner' Mason (credit only)
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J.T. Yorke (credit only)
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Ashley Kerwin (credit only)
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Craig Manning (credit only)
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Toby Isaacs (credit only)
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Liberty Van Zandt (credit only)
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Joey Jeremiah (credit only)
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Storyline

Paige and Matt Oleander desperately try to keep their relationship a secret but it seems to be an impossible mission when Mr. Simpson spies them together at the park and Manny spreads rumors about them to Hazel. Emma has a ladies night and all her girlfriends are head over heals for Emma's new neighbor, Chester. Written by skillwithaquill

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Drama | Romance

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24 January 2005 (Canada)  »

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Trivia

This is the only episode of Season 4 in which Jake Epstein (Craig Manning) does not appear. See more »

Quotes

Manny Santos: [to Paige] Happy weekend, Paige!
[Paige ignores her]
Manny Santos: Why, thanks, Manny, and thanks for taking my practice this morning.
Paige: You want me to thank you? For what? Dropping a dirty bomb on my life?
Manny Santos: Practice went awesome without you and if you ask some of us, that wasn't a coincidence.
Paige: You told Hazel when you swore that you wouldn't.
Manny Santos: I thought she knew, okay? Chill.
Paige: Don't use your outdated slang on me. I doubt that your mouth is even connected to your tiny, shriveled boy-obsessed brain.
Manny Santos: I'm the dumb one?...
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Connections

References Degrassi: The Next Generation: It's Raining Men (2004) See more »

Soundtracks

Love and Affection
Written by Leslie Stanwyck & John Sinclair
Performed by Universal Honey
Courtesy of 41 Records
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