Degrassi Junior High

Season 3 Episode 10

Twenty Bucks

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Aired Sunday 5:00 PM Jan 30, 1989 on CBC
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Melanie finds herself broke when she celebrates getting her braces off and offers to buy her friends pizza and drinks. She's later shocked when Snake asks her to the Gourmet Scum concert and learns she has to pay $20 for her own ticker. Melanie resorts to stealing the $20 from her mom; resulting in being grounded, missing her long awaited date with Snake, and left with a concert ticket. BLT bets Joey $20 he can't get a date by Friday night. When a vulnerable Caitlin apprehensively accepts Joey's offer, she's livid when she discovers their date was riding on $20, and shocked when Joey rips the money up and tells Caitlin he has feelings for her. Meanwhile, Spike is upset when Shane uses his child support money to buy a Gourmet Scum ticket for himself when she was intending to go. Luckily, Melanie has a spare ticket of her own...moreless

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Anais Granofsky

Anais Granofsky

Lucy Fernandez

Dayo Ade

Dayo Ade

Bryant Lister 'BLT' Thomas

Stacie Mistysyn

Stacie Mistysyn

Caitlin Ryan

Stefan Brogren

Stefan Brogren

Archie "Snake" Simpson

Michelle Goodeve

Michelle Goodeve

Ms. Karen Avery

Cathy Keenan

Cathy Keenan

Liz O'Rourke

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • You can hear Mr. Lawrence call Martin Schlegel to the office. Martin was a character in the Kids of Degrassi Street series, but has not actually appeared on DJH.

    • Regarding the Canadian vs. US $20 bills, two different productions were made of Degrassi: one to air in Canada and one to air in the USA. Cultural references were adjusted slightly, that's all. I've seen both versions of this episode. The one I borrowed from the Toronto Public Library (Canadian) shows a 1970/1978 issue Canadian $20 bill, whereas the one I got from WGBH shows the classic US $20 greenback.

    • I seem to remember those being Canadian 20's.

    • In response to the above goof, I listened to it several times and I think she said "kiddo", but it did sound an awful lot like Caitlin. I'm just saying she said kiddo, because she refers to Melanie as kiddo several times in the episode.

    • In this episode Melanie's mom calls her Caitlin instead of Melanie when she comes home from school. Also, although the show is set in Canada, Melanie's mom apparently uses American bills instead of the more popular Canadian dollars.

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