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Degrassi: The Next Generation - Season 2 [3 Discs] [DVD]

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Ratings & Reviews

Overall Customer Rating:
4.5
100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2 out of 2)

Synopsis

Season two of Degrassi: The Next Generation introduces a new plot development: Degrassi Junior and Degrassi High have now merged into a single institution called Degrassi Community School. Accordingly, a number of new characters are introduced this season, among them Craig Manning (Jake Epstein), the handsome but profoundly troubled product of an abusive household, who turns out to be the stepson of car dealer and onetime Degrassi student Joey Jeremiah (former Degrassi High regular Pat Mastroianni); Kendra Simpson (Katie Lai), athletically inclined younger sister of "Spinner" Mason (Shane Kippel); attractive vice principal Ms. Hatzilakos (Melissa DeMarco), who is none too flattered when the male students nickname her "Ms. Hot Sauce"; and last but not least, Marco Del Rossi (Adamo Ruggiero), whom all the girls adore--but who is harboring a secret about his sexual orientation. Elsewhere: Ashley (Melissa McIntyre) has still not been completely forgiven for her atrocious behavior at the end of Season One, and in desperation goes "Goth" rather than admit she hates being and outcast. Fulfilling the long-held fantasies of many a veteran Degrassi High fan, former students Snake (Stefan Borgren), now one of the teachers, and Spike (Amanda Stepto), the mother of long-suffering high schooler Emma (Miriam McDonald), finally realize that they've been in love all these years and start drawing up marriage plans. Anxious to become one of the "cool kids", nerdish Toby (Jake Goldsbie) develops an eating disorder. Muslim student Hazel (Andrea Lewis) suffers from the racist backlash attending the 9/11 terrorist attack; and the kids mount a protest against genetically modified foods. Beginning with the season opener "When Doves Cry", several of this year's episodes are two-parters. In "Shout", Degrassi student Paige (Lauren Collins) is raped by Dean (Shawn Roberts), a star athlete from a rival school. In "White Wedding", Snake prepares to wed a pregnant Spike, who wants to keep her baby despite the protests of her daughter Emma. And in the two-part season finale "Tears are Not Enough", the neurotic Craig may well go over the edge when he finds out that his birth father has been killed. ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Daniel Clark - Sean Cameron
  • Lauren Collins - Paige Michalchuk
  • Stacey Farber - Eleanor `Ellie' Nash
  • Drake - James `Jimmy' Brooks
  • Shenae Grimes - Darcy Edwards

Overall Customer Rating

4.5 (2 Reviews)
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