Degrassi: The Next Generation

Season 6 Episode 19

Don't You Want Me?, Part Two

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Aired Daily 9:00 PM May 14, 2007 on Much Music
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In the season finale, it's almost winter break and Alex's double life is finally bringing in the cash but having to hide it from Paige is taking it's toll on her schoolwork and their relationship. Emma has to deal with her pregnancy scare all by herself when she and Sean have a disagreement which leads to them not talking.

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  • Alex becomes a stripper to make money for herself and her family.

    10
    "Don't You Want Me" Part 2 is an excellent Degrassi episode. It's just as good as part 1. In this episode, Alex becomes a stripper so she can earn money for her family. Alex's mother is such a jerk. Emily used Alex's money to bail out her boyfriend who is the biggest jerk ever. I love how Alex quits stripping so she can be with Paige. I love Palex! I'm not sure, but I think Alex moves in with Paige in this episode. In this episode, Emma takes a pregnancy test and it turns out to be negative but she still convince she's pregnant. I love that she didn't end up being pregnant. I give this episode a 10/10.moreless
  • fair

    6.0
    alex and her mother risk getting evicted from their house because of their financial woos. will alex's new job be able to help keep them there? Can she make the amount of money they need?



    it was alright, like last episode is was boring in some parts, alex was never one of my favorite characters, and even though she is mostly more tolerable now i still do not think she is a great character. but i still kind of liked the episode, the overall grade i would give to this episode is in the "C" range, methinks is fair enoughmoreless
  • Good episode but i think degrassi is ending soon

    10
    I loved this episode i love the fact that paige and alex are like together agian they were the whole point of degrassi..well not the whole point the best part of degrassi..and i seen all the new episoeds already all you got to do is download them from ISOHUNT or Mininova.org and youll be able to see the whole season 6 good season i love it season 7 is going to be hot..but it may be the last episode i hope not i hope they make this last as long as 7th heaven ya feel me....so yeah that should be sweet i love paige and alex alex is so hotmoreless
  • Alex needs money, and realizes she'll get a lot if she strips. Things get complicated as she tells Paige she quit her job. Meanwhile Emma thinks she is pregnant. My response? Great episode but too much Emma. Not to mention the pregnancy plot is ovemoreless

    9.5
    This review is set for both parts one and two:



    Paige and Alex's (I refuse to use names like 'Palex') relationship has been started since "Lexicon of Love". Although they broke up in some other episode, I knew that their relationship was still open in other episodes.



    As Alex said in part one, Paige kept on opening and closing and opening 'the door'. Or something like that. But Paige is still confused about her sexuality, while Alex knows that she is a lesbian. They get together again and Alex says she quit her job, without even saying that she started to strip for money she desperately needs. Total lie! And when Paige goes to Alex's work, she finds out that not only Alex lied to her, but she also finds out what Alex is really doing at her job.



    A bit of a strange turn on Degrassi, but hey, it was good. It makes sense that Alex would stoop low to get money for her and her mom. The stripping idea? A bit unoriginal, but they made it the complete opposite.



    As for unoriginal, I'm turning to the B plot: Emma and Sean. Sean thinks of going to the army, and Emma fears she is pregnant.



    There is TOO MUCH EMMA. Whenever there is a Manny episode, Emma is right there besides her. Whenever there is a Sean episode, guess what? Emma. Is. There.



    From the guy named Jordan who was planning to rape her and tape it, finding her real dad, her and sean, her and chris, rick pointing a gun at her head, her and jay in the ravine, her and peter, her and manny all the time, her eating disorder, sean coming back, sean going into jail, her and peter breaking up, sean and her hooking up again, sean figuring out about her and jay, manny moving in, manny moving out, JT's death, her buying birth control, snake kissing peter's mom, to now this...



    She's had to much, and since the pregnancy thing is overused...(Liberty (Adoption), Manny (Abortion), Mia (Well, she kept her baby, so that sorta counts as she came into the show with her child) (Kept the baby) and now Emma (False Alarm)...this part wasn't that special to me.



    It was good, overall, despite some parts. It's a must see!moreless
  • Kudos to Deanna Casaluce for her acting chops!

    9.2
    I was really glad to see how well Casaluce (Alex) can act with this (and hopefully the next) episode.



    Alex and her mother are about to be evicted because her Mom got scammed by her boyfriend. The show did a great job of contrasting Alex and how she has not going to end up like her mother.



    The "Palex Part 2" is interesting because Paige is the one who after breaking up Alex because she didn't have "plans", now Paige is the one who is acting immature and still doesn't see Alex's reality for what it is. Hopefully, Paige will grow up next season.



    Emma is pregnant? Go figure. I wasn't surprised she was angry at Sean. Being against military is something she would do. Honestly, out of all the couples on Degrassi, Sean and Emma have always seemed to the least compatible, IMHO.



    So Alex enters the dark world of stripping and we will see what happens next week.moreless
Ayumi Iizuka

Ayumi Iizuka

Ms. Lee

Guest Star

Kristina Pesic

Kristina Pesic

Mel

Guest Star

Conrad Dunn

Conrad Dunn

Vlad

Guest Star

Jake Goldsbie

Jake Goldsbie

Toby Isaacs

Recurring Role

Melissa McIntyre

Melissa McIntyre

Ashley Kerwin

Recurring Role

Dalmar Abuzeid

Dalmar Abuzeid

Daniel "Danny" Van Zandt

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • QUOTES (2)

  • NOTES (5)

    • song list:
      Roll Over
      Written and Performed by Vivian George
      Courtesy of Vivian George

      Was That All
      Written by Lynette Gillis, Amanda Bidnall, Carla Gillis, Catriona Sturton
      Performed by Plumtree
      Courtesy of Endearing Records
      Stripped down
      Written by Michele Vice-Maslin, Storm Lee, Marcus Brown
      Performed by Keely Hawkes Pressley
      Courtesy of Sweetersongs
      This Song Is For You
      Written by Matt J. Collier, David F. Cooper, Andrew Lattoni, Neil C. Johnson
      Performed by The Planet Smashers
      Courtesy of Stomp Records/Union Record Label
      Sugar Sugar
      Written by Natalise, Chris Carter
      Performed by Natalise
      Courtesy of Stars 123
      Shining Stars
      Written by Sydney Rentz, Darrell Moore, Shawn Johnson
      Performed by Morella's Forest
      Courtesy of Endearing Publishing
      Never
      Written and Performed by Dean Drouillard
      Courtesy of Dean Drouillard/Zed Music
      Average Girl
      Written by Morgan Mayer, Joel Stratton, David J. Taylor
      Performed by Morgan Mayer
      Courtesy of Push the Cat Records/Endearing Publishing
      Something to Live For
      Written by Julian Taylor, Jessica Vigars, Ed Zych
      Performed by Julian Taylor with Jessica Vigars
      Courtesy of Bent Penny Records

      Somewhere Together
      Written by Ben Dunk, JC Smith
      Performed by Cadence Grace
      Courtesy of Sound of Pop/Ole

    • Ryan Cooley (J.T.) does not appear in this episode.

      This is the first episode since season one's "Under Pressure", that all the main characters appear in, but since Ryan Cooley is still credited, (despite being killed off) in the opening credits, that episode remains as the last episode to have all CREDITED main characters appear.

    • Paige and Alex get back together again.

    • This episode deals with stripping.

    • This is the second episode of Degrassi: The Next Generation to be given the rating of 14+ by CTV.

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