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Beat It: Part 2 

Riley tries to seduce Fiona to prove he's straight but gives up when he realizes how unfair it is to manipulate Fiona's emotions. Sav is confused by Anya's new interest in role-playing ... See full summary »

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Peter Stone
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Manny Santos (credit only)
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Emma Nelson (credit only)
Annie Clark ...
Fiona Coyne
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Declan Coyne (credit only)
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Chantay Black
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Anya MacPherson
Judy Jiao ...
Leia Chang
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Holly J. Sinclair (credit only)
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Connor Deslauriers
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K.C. Guthrie
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Clare Edwards
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Alli Bhandari (credit only)
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Jenna Middleton
Jahmil French ...
Dave Turner
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Storyline

Riley tries to seduce Fiona to prove he's straight but gives up when he realizes how unfair it is to manipulate Fiona's emotions. Sav is confused by Anya's new interest in role-playing games and Dave doesn't get the reaction he hoped for when he admits his feelings to Jenna. Written by skillwithaquill

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Drama | Romance

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TV-PG
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1 November 2009 (Canada)  »

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Trivia

Riley's ex-gay therapist in this episode is named Gerry Halliwell. Just as DeGrassi episodes are all song title references, this man's name is a musical reference. Geri Horner (aka Ginger Spice) was a UK pop star. One of her biggest hits was a cover of "It's Raining Men." See more »

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References Degrassi Goes Hollywood (2009) See more »

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Now We Can See
Written by Hutchy Harris and Kathleen Foster
Performed by The Thermals
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