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Goin' Down the Road: Part 1 

Craig is upset Ashley is going away to London for the summer because he fears she will dump him for someone else. He plans to show up in London to surprise her but his romantic gesture ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ellie Nash
Emma Nelson (credit only)
Jimmy Brooks (as Aubrey Graham)
Gavin 'Spinner' Mason
Hazel Aden (credit only)
Manny Santos
Paige Michalchuk
J.T. Yorke (credit only)
Ashley Kerwin
Craig Manning
Jake Goldsbie ...
Toby Isaacs (credit only)
Liberty Van Zandt
Christine 'Spike' Nelson (credit only)
Archie 'Snake' Simpson (credit only)
Joey Jeremiah


Craig is upset Ashley is going away to London for the summer because he fears she will dump him for someone else. He plans to show up in London to surprise her but his romantic gesture terribly backfires. Jay and Silent Bob start shooting their movie and Caitlin makes a big mistake after going to a bar with Kevin Smith. Written by skillwithaquill

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Drama | Romance




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19 August 2005 (USA)  »

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In the episodes "Goin' Down the Road: Part 1" and "Goin' Down the Road: Part 2", during the scene where Craig and Jimmy are talking in the movie theater food court, two posters for Kevin Smith's movies Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back and Clerks can be seen in the background. This was because Kevin Smith had a guest spot in these two episodes. See more »


Alanis Morisette/Principal: [to Jay and Silent Bob] You boys are too bloody stupid to make the grade down in the States and your last hope is the school system of the great white north, eh? You want to get oot of grade 12?
[Silent Bob nods vigorously]
Alanis Morisette/Principal: You better start learning what the metric system is all aboot!
Jay: I've got three words for you. Go... to...
Alanis Morisette/Principal: [smacks him across the jaw with a hockey stick] There'll be no more cuss words out of you, you potty-mouthed mallrats. You're gonna learn the dual languages of my home and ...
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Whatever It Takes
Written by Jody Colero and Stephen Stohn
Performed by Jakalope
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I don't know why this happened, I hope someone lost a bet.
28 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

I am a fan of Kevin Smith, and I want to protect his fans from stumbling across this most unfortunate accident. It is not a Kevin Smith movie. It is an episode of Degrassi (obviously), and almost mock-umentary about Kevin Smith shooting "Jay and Silent Bob Do Degrassi" which is the whored out name dubbed to these episodes of Degrassi. I watched both episodes hoping and praying that it must have a moment of redemption, and it never did. I remember Mewes and Smith did say a few funny things. Mewes and Morissette did a good job, but they're in it for only a couple of minutes total. Realistically I would say the attempts at comedy would be less than 2%. Which to put into perspective, is a good percentage for Fat in Milk, disgusting the other way around.

This was horrific to me by the standard that "An Evening with Kevin Smith"- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0346952/ is one of the funniest things I've ever seen in my entire life. If you are a fan of Smith avoid this Degrassi mess, if you're a fan of Degrassi, it might be worth the mess. And although it's hard to believe, I think Kevin Smith would be one of the first to agree with me. That's why I said I hope someone lost a bet and that's why this was made.

-I'm sorry to be the barer of bad news, I'm only trying to help.

(NOTE: I wish this was listed under "Jay and Silent Bob Do Degrassi (Unrated) (2004)" Which is how it get's accidentally purchased at unscrupulous bargin bins and used DVD boxes everywhere.)

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