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Mother and Child Reunion: Part 1 

Spike, Caitlin, Joey, Lucy, and Snake are getting ready for their reunion at Degrassi Community School. Joey's wife has died and is unsure if he wants to go to the reunion, especially after... See full summary »

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Jimmy Brooks (as Aubrey Graham) (credit only)
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Terri McGreggor (credit only)
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Ashley Kerwin (credit only)
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Spike, Caitlin, Joey, Lucy, and Snake are getting ready for their reunion at Degrassi Community School. Joey's wife has died and is unsure if he wants to go to the reunion, especially after meeting Caitlin's fiancé. Meanwhile, Emma (Spike's daughter) is getting ready to enter Grade 7. She meets "Jordan" on-line. They seem perfect for each other, especially because they both care about the environment. Jordan wants to meet Emma, and after a talk with Caitlin, Emma agrees to meet him the next day. Written by Kelsey McWilliams

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1 July 2002 (USA)  »

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Caitlin Ryan was born on March 2, 1974. See more »

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References Footloose (1984) See more »

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

Having not seen the original series yet when I began watching these episodes it was a bit too nostalgic for me at the beginning with the flashbacks to the original and what not; but at the same time it made it that much better because we were not being introduced to the characters anew just updated on their lives. It was like trying on an old glove after a few years.

The sub-plot of the episode and the beginning of the series was also well done with the internet dating and things.

The cast and crew were also very well chosen and performed their roles quite well.

This is coming from an American that has only seen these shows in the DVD format.


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