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Don't Let Me Get Me: Part 2 

When her parents are asked to the school after fighting Bianca, they discover through her file all of her rebelliousness throughout the last few years at Degrassi. Consequently, Alli ... See full summary »

Director:

Mario Azzopardi

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Kit Hood (creator: "Degrassi Junior High" and "Degrassi High"), Yan Moore (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Raymond Ablack ... Sav Bhandari
Charlotte Arnold ... Holly J. Sinclair
Aislinn Paul ... Clare Edwards
Munro Chambers ... Eli Goldsworthy (credit only)
Annie Clark ... Fiona Coyne (credit only)
Landon Liboiron ... Declan Coyne (credit only)
Shannon Kook ... Zane Park (as Shannon Kook-Chun) (credit only)
Daniel Kelly Daniel Kelly ... Owen Milligan (credit only)
Cory Lee ... Ms. Winnie Oh (credit only)
Spencer Van Wyck ... Wesley Betenkamp
A.J. Saudin ... Connor Deslauriers
Samantha Munro ... Anya MacPherson (credit only)
Jajube Mandiela ... Chantay Black
Jessica Tyler ... Jenna Middleton
Jahmil French ... Dave Turner (credit only)
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When her parents are asked to the school after fighting Bianca, they discover through her file all of her rebelliousness throughout the last few years at Degrassi. Consequently, Alli realizes all the mistakes she's committed in the last two years and wonders how she can make it up to herself and her parents. Jenna risks everything by revealing to the world that she is pregnant, all to gain a few more minutes of fame...But in the end does it really matter? Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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TV-PG
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Release Date:

8 October 2010 (USA) See more »

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good way to start the 'new' season.
13 November 2010 | by jmgmasseSee all my reviews

Alli's parents find out about her rebelliousness over the years (multiple boyfriends, scandalous photos) and K.C.'s mom tries to convince Jenna that she doesn't live in a fairytale world.

All in all, I though it was a good episode. Melinda Shankhar gave a good performance and you can tell that she has gotten better in the last three seasons. This is proof that the tenth season has really redeemed Degrassi seeing as season 8 and 9 were awful. We've had enough character development with the new generation that we can actually care about these characters. She finally realized how much her actions were hurting her, and dealt with it. Before she just kinda made mistake after mistake and shook it off. This was the time where she decided to change how she lives her life. She really thought that boys were able to control her emotionally. One thing though...Aislinn Paul's crying scene ... *cringe*

Jenna's storyline was admittedly less...interesting. The thing is, Jenna still has not redeemed herself from last season so it's hard to have any sympathy for her. She's a backstabber, none of her decisions so far revolve around her unborn child, not to mention that Jessica Tyler is not the best actress on the show in the least. She has improved though...

So a generally good two-parter that did not disappoint!


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