Degrassi: The Next Generation

Season 11 Episode 23

Drop It Like It's Hot, Part Two

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Aug 23, 2011 on Much Music
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Dave is initially upset with Alli about skipping out on meeting her parents for poker, but when he finds out how much she won, he encourages her to continue. When she gets in the hole, he tries to tell her to stop, but she refuses. Wesley gets pulled over by the cops while driving Hannah and Liam to the Science Centre. Bianca stands up to Vince, and befriends Imogen.

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  • Alli is addicted to playing poker. Wesley continues to lie to Hannah and Liam about having a driver's license. Bianca is being blackmailed by Vince.

    9.5
    "Drop It Like It's Hot, Part Two" is a excellent Degrassi episode. I love how Alli is addicted to playing poker. I love how she makes the illusion that she's sick so she can go to that basement poker game instead of meeting Dave's family. I love how she tells the truth to Dave and explains that she's playing poker so she can get money for Dave to visit her when she goes to that exclusive science program. It was so intense how she was putting in her $2000 scholarship. It was so intense how Alli won the game, but they think she cheated, and they tried to get her money, but Dave's dad showed up. It's terrible that that's how Alli meets Dave's father. It's so sad that Alli and Dave broke up. Well, it looks like they're taking a break anyways. I really enjoyed Wesley's plot in this episode a lot more than the last episode. I love how Wesley got pulled over for driving under the speed limit. I love how he had to tell the police officer that he doesn't have a driver's license, which now Hannah and Liam know he lied to them. I love how he finished the project and impressed Liam and Hannah. I love how Hannah said she likes Wesley for his personality. It's very interesting how Wesley was fined and has to go to court. Bianca's plot is just heartbreaking. I can't believe Imogen knew that Bianca stole her money. I'm glad Vince won't beat her up anymore, but it's so sad how she's stuck in a relationship with Vince. I love how she gave Imogen lingerie as a peace offering and Imogen accepts. I love how Imogen shows Bianca that paper about volunteering to give grade 9 orientation. This means she'll get to spend less time with Vince. I give this episode a 9.5/10.moreless
Tyler Stentiford

Tyler Stentiford

Liam Berish

Guest Star

Katherine East

Katherine East

Police Officer

Guest Star

Kyle Mac

Kyle Mac

Frat Guy 2

Guest Star

Jonas Chernick

Jonas Chernick

Mr. Bentenkamp

Recurring Role

Samii Folliott

Samii Folliott

Hannah Belmont

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Brendan Jeffers

Brendan Jeffers

Vince Bell

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    • This episode marks the last appearance of Spencer Van Wyck (Wesley). However, despite the change of cast for the second part of the season, he remains in the opening credits for the rest of the season.

    • In the US this episode was called "(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To, Part Two".

    • Raymond Ablack (Sav), Charlotte Arnold (Holly J.), Shanice Banton (Marisol), Luke Bilyk (Drew), Munro Chambers (Eli), Annie Clark (Fiona), Sam Earle (K.C.), Argiris Karras (Riley), Daniel Kelly (Owen), Justin Kelly (Jake), Shannon Kook-Chun (Zane), Cory Lee (Ms. Oh), Jajube Mandiela (Chantay), Samantha Munro (Anya), Aislinn Paul (Clare), Chloe Rose (Katie), A.J. Saudin (Connor), and  Jordan Todosey (Adam), do not appear in this episode.

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