The Degrassi school reunion is under way, and Caitlin and Joey bump into Allison. While Joey is getting drinks, he overhears a conversation between Caitlin's fiancé Keith (played by Don ... See full summary »

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Jimmy Brooks (as Aubrey Graham) (credit only)
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The Degrassi school reunion is under way, and Caitlin and Joey bump into Allison. While Joey is getting drinks, he overhears a conversation between Caitlin's fiancé Keith (played by Don McKellar) and Allison, where Keith confesses that Caitlin is pushing the marriage on him. Joey is upset and confronts Keith while Caitlin is up on stage giving a speech. A fight breaks out and Caitlin and Joey later reconcile. Meanwhile, Emma lies to Manny and says she isn't going to meet Jordan. But Manny, fearing something is up goes to J.T. and Toby for help. They hack into Emma's e-mail account and see some suspicious e-mails from Jordan. Emma, waiting for Jordan at the hotel, bumps into Jordan's teacher who convinces her to go upstairs with her. After a few minutes in the hotel room, Emma realizes there is no Jordan after all... Written by Anonymous

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This episode takes place in August 2001. See more »

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Emma: I was so scared.
Christine 'Spike' Nelson: Oh, I know you were baby.
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References Chicken Run (2000) 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 part 2
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.

This is just the second part of the first episode.


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