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The Lexicon of Love: Part 1 

Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes return to Degrassi and Toronto for the premiere of their Degrassi-filmed movie, "Jay and Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh!". The premiere gets everyone at Degrassi ... See full summary »

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Philip Earnshaw (as Phil Earnshaw)

Writers:

Linda Schuyler (creator), Yan Moore (creator) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stacey Farber ... Ellie Nash
Miriam McDonald ... Emma Nelson
Mike Lobel ... Jay Hogart
Deanna Casaluce ... Alex Nuñez
Andrea Lewis ... Hazel Aden
Cassie Steele ... Manny Santos
Lauren Collins ... Paige Michalchuk
Ryan Cooley ... J.T. Yorke (credit only)
Drake ... Jimmy Brooks (as Aubrey Graham)
Jake Epstein ... Craig Manning
Shane Kippel ... Gavin 'Spinner' Mason (credit only)
Jake Goldsbie ... Toby Isaacs
Sarah Barrable-Tishauer ... Liberty Van Zandt
Amanda Stepto ... Christine 'Spike' Nelson (credit only)
Stefan Brogren ... Archie 'Snake' Simpson
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Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes return to Degrassi and Toronto for the premiere of their Degrassi-filmed movie, "Jay and Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh!". The premiere gets everyone at Degrassi into a frenzy and vying for the hard to come by premiere tickets. Upstaging the spectacle of the premiere are Alex and Paige, who are each other's dates for the evening. From the heat they create at the premiere and the after premiere party, which they manage to crash, they move their evening to more serious matters as Paige witnesses the turbulence of Alex's home life first hand, to a quieter and more emotional ending to the night. On a more secretive level, Peter and Emma are each other's unofficial date for the evening, as Emma still needs to respect best friend Manny's distrust of Peter. Emma and Peter's evening reaches an almost romantic climax, this climax however interrupted as they witness an even more clandestine liaison than theirs, that between Emma's stepfather, Snake, and Peter's mother, ... Written by Huggo

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Drama | Romance

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TV-PG
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Release Date:

28 November 2005 (Canada) See more »

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Connections

References Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001) See more »

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Written by Erin Seth Aarsvold, Seth Hartman
Performed by Mugsy
Courtesy of Imaginary Friends Music Partners
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This episode rocks.
16 April 2006 | by syntheticdarkness3212See all my reviews

This is absolutely the best episode of Degrassi ever. I love almost all episodes, but this is the best. Degrassi has gone through so much. Almost ever single problem kids go through in high school has been done on the show. The only one I could think of that hadn't, was something about lesbians. And now, they've done that too! I love it!

They have pregnancy, drugs, sex, student/teacher relationships, plastic surgery, getting kicked out, stealing your parent's car, getting drunk and doing something stupid, drunk driving, a shooting, going from popular to hated in a day, gay, lesbian, even bi, cutting, suicide, mental problems, a sports star getting paralyzed, kids cheating, parents cheating, getting expelled, a movie premiere even! And so much more... I just think Degrassi is the most realistic show ever.


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