Degrassi: The Next Generation

Season 6 Episode 1

Here Comes Your Man, Part One

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Aired Daily 9:00 PM Nov 28, 2006 on Much Music
7.6
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In the sixth season opener, a new school year has started and Sean is back in town. Peter and Emma seem to be happy that is until Sean returns to Degrassi. Peter is having mixed emotions with not knowing what is happening with him and Emma and also dealing with becoming the new person in the street scene. Meanwhile Marco is overwhelmed with moving in with Dylan and throwing Paige a going away party.

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  • Sean returns.

    8.5
    "Here Comes Your Man" part 1 is actually a pretty good Degrassi episode. It's really surprising that Sean comes back in this episode and that he's going to be a main character again. It's pretty obvious that the writers love Emma and Sean as a couple. Even though you sort of get used to Peter and Emma, I actually enjoyed Emma and Sean as a couple in season 6. I liked them as a couple because they a lot more mature than when they were dating in seasons 1 and 2. Street-racing is definitely a new issue I wouldn't think to cover on a television show. But, I know that street-racing was popular when this episode aired, so it makes sense. I give this episode a 8.5/10.moreless
  • Season 6, Episode 1.

    6.0
    The new school year has started, and Darcy has forgiven Spinner's infidelity. Emma has been pretty happy so far, but then Sean returns to Degrassi and complicates things. Peter gets a new car for his birthday and becomes interested in illegal drag racing. On the college front, Marco is overwhelmed with moving in with Dylan and throwing Paige a going away party, while trying to accept that everyone is going their seperate ways.



    I thought this episode was okay. It wasn't one of the greatest in the show's history, but it wasn't the worst. Sean didn't necessarily have to return, but it's making things interesting, I guess. But I like Peter's hot new car! :) Anyway, this was a decent episode. Darcy forgave Spinner. Darcy is like my favorite character. Cool episode. :)moreless
  • Like a bad fanfic.

    1.5
    This craptacular episode begins with Sean's return. Unfortunately, he's not as cool as he used to be; rather, he is just "the hot guy who creams every time Emma's name is mentioned", hence the title. O, how the mighty have fallen.



    Anyway, Sean likes Emma and tries to get her to cheat on Peter. (What? Is she Ashley now?) Manny is talking about what a bad idea it is. Wait, since when did Sean and Manny know each other other than through Emma (and Craig, but TPTB have completely forgotten Craig used to know Sean except when Craig's being pissy about his inheritance)? Peter frames Sean, so Sean challenges him to a race because we all know illegal street racing clears your name. It's better than DNA. I could continue, but I don't even want to talk about this crap-fest.moreless
  • dumb

    1.0
    this episode was so dumb. This is the worst season opener to date! Sean returns and of course Emma wants him, but she is still dating Peter. uhoh what is Emma going to do now? Why, cheat on Peter of course! This episode had some lame and stupid lines especially from Emma and Sean and was just boring and dull. Ashley's back though, which was great!Sean and Emma are extremely boring and out of character and should not be together anymore. iThe writers actually think we care about Sean/Emma. Now they make another stupid love triangle. Worst episode to date. just bad.moreless
  • I love this episode because semma is my favroite couple i dont know why everybody hates this episode it was great this has to be my favotite episode!

    9.3
    I can watch this episode like a millon times beacuse semma is the best episode ever to me this episode is excited to me because semma is most intresting couple in the whole series! this was exciting because sean came back i love sean and emma together! They belong to each other this episode proves it too! I hate peter and emma together they were not cute together! im glad they broke up emma is too good for peter! I was happy when they broke up! This episode was good beginning to end i never get tired of this episode!It was a good season premire!moreless
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Paul Miller (III)

Mr. Stone

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Peter Xynnis

Peter Xynnis

Unlce Louie

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Jake Goldsbie

Jake Goldsbie

Toby Isaacs

Recurring Role

Tony Sciara

Tony Sciara

Mr. Del Rossi

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Michael Kinney

Michael Kinney

Mr. Armstrong

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • When Emma is talking to Sean at the street car racing, she takes out her knitting sticks, in the next scene she has both the knitting sticks and a roll of yarn in her hand.

    • In this episode we find out that Emma likes to knit to deal with stress. This must run in the family as we find out that both her mother and her father Knit for the same reasons that she does.

    • In this episode, Emma has taken up knitting to deal with stress. We learned in the season 3 episode "Father Figure" that Emma's biological father, Shane McKay, also knits as a way of dealing with stress and impulse issues.

    • Spinner and Darcy get back together.

  • QUOTES (17)

  • NOTES (9)

    • song list:
      Get Loose
      Written by D. Dumas, D. Ziemba, C. Dailey, G. Taylor © 2003 SOCAN
      Performed by The Salads
      Courtesy of Maui Wowie Records / Kindling Music
      Need
      Written by Steve Clark
      Performed by Vibrolux
      Courtesy of Vibrolux
      Whistleblower
      Written by Scott McIntee, Evan McIntyre, Dale Neufeld & Wade Sakundiak
      Performed by Bluebeard
      Published by Polygram Songs, Inc./National Archive Music (SOCAN)
      Administered by Universal Music Publishing Canada
      Hardly Blame The Girl
      Written and Performed by Vivian George
      Courtesy of Roxanne Records

      Na Na Na
      Written by Leslie Stanwyck & Johnny Sinclair
      Performed by Universal Honey
      Courtesy of Honeytunes
      Soulshine
      Written by Tim Welch
      Performed by Downtown Sasquatch
      Chasin' cheese
      Written by Kashan Griffin & Eliot Waldhorn
      Performed by Fiasco
      Courtesy of Imaginary Friends Music Partners
      World on Fire
      Written and Performed by Latefallen
      Courtesy of Latefallen

    • When Emma and Peter are driving his new car the song they are listening to is Get loose by The Salads.

    • The song that Ashley was singing at Paige's party was Here Comes Your Man.

    • Amanda Stepto (Spike) and Melissa DiMarco (Ms. Hatzilakos) do not appear in this episode.

    • This past year, Lauren Collins (Paige), Stacey Farber (Ellie) and Mike Lobel (Jay) worked together in the CBC 2006 TV special: Booky Makes Her Mark, based on the character from the triology of books by Canadian author Bernice Thurman Hunter. Interestingly enough Lauren has worked with Lally Cadeau twice now, both in this movie and another CBC TV special back in 1998: Road to Avonlea's Happy Christmas Miss King, but they didn't have any scenes together in the second movie.

    • The-N Edit: They edited Darcy saying: "I thought you were above being a low grade ho. Guess I was wrong."

    • Andrea Lewis (Hazel), Jake Epstein (Craig), Jake Goldsbie (Toby), Pat Mastroianni (Joey) and Stacie Mistysyn (Caitlin) are no longer in the opening credits. Jake Goldsbie is now a recurring character who's name appears, along with Melissa McIntyre (Ashley) (who is back after being written out for season five) and John Bregar (Dylan), after the opening credits and before the guest stars. Daniel Clark (Sean) (who also returns after being out since mid season 4) is back in the opening credits. Shenae Grimes (Darcy) also is now in the opening credits.

    • The season premiere was shown in the States for the first time before Canada. It premiered September 29.

    • The opening credits are still by Jakalope but is a remix and have no lyrics

  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • (two fashionable Japanese girls exit the apartment)
      Marco: Wow uh did I just walk into a Gwen Stefani video?

      Gwen Stefani is a popular recording artist who is known for her videos featuring her Harajuku girls.

    • Jay: Poindexter's in his daddy's car and he's waving at us. Explain.

      Poindexter refers to someone who is overly nerdy or geeky.

    • The title of this two-part episode is the same as a song Pixies from their 1989 album "Doolittle".

    • Jay: Easy, Brokeback Mountain.

      Brokeback Mountain is a movie about two cowboys who fall in love and deal with their homosexuality in the 60's.

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