Degrassi: The Next Generation

Season 8 Episode 13

Jane Says, Part One

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Aired Daily 9:00 PM Mar 01, 2009 on Much Music
7.6
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Jane's mother invites her father over for dinner in hopes that it will help Lucas, who is a recent dropout at school. Jane starts to think about her past, before her father left, but struggles to remember. Leia feels uncomfortable around Danny's friends, and starts lying to make herself seem cool.

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  • 813

    6.0
    Lets face it Degrassi fans, Degrassi was in a total slump in the eighth and ninth seasons and this episode was perfect example of that. With two story lines that had nothing too do with each other and some pretty ridiculous scenes in it's entirety, it just wasn't a "good" episode.



    Jane's story line was good but what I didn't understand was why was Liberty drinking with Spinner, Jay, and Jane of all people? It seemed pretty random to see her at the Dot drinking with them. It was pretty out of character but that was just a minor flaw.



    The Leia story line was as uninteresting as it was intolerable. Leia got a pretty "big" story line tonight and she was hardly introduced this season. Darcy didn't get a story line season 5 after being on the show for an entire year. I just felt like they were shoving the Leia character down our throats.



    The truth or dare scenes and the party was cringe-worthy and idiotic. Too much setbacks to call this a "good episode" but at least, it was good lead-in to part 2.moreless
  • There's tensiob between Jane and her father when he comes to town. Leia is liar! The Shep returns.

    10
    This episode was surprisingly good. I haven't read any spoilers about Jane so I'm not sure what Jane's A-Plot is. I know it has something to do with her dad. I'm guessing he abused her somehow. She did some good acting and I can't wait to watch the next episode. The Shep came back. He seems a little nicer now, I'm just hoping he stays nice, or he does something that gets him fired. I actually liked the B-Plot with Leia. I knew a compulsive liar and they lied about everything. They even lied about stupid stuff. I wonder if Leia's storyline will continue with the lieing. It was cool seeing Jay and Liberty in this episode, but they didn't get a whole lot of screen time.I wish they did. Anyways the episode was pretty good so I give it a 10/10.moreless
Angela Asher

Angela Asher

Ms. Valieri

Guest Star

Paul Essiembre

Paul Essiembre

Mr. Valieri

Guest Star

Mike Lobel

Mike Lobel

Jay Hogart

Recurring Role

Kevin Jubinville

Kevin Jubinville

Mr. Sheppard "The Shep"

Recurring Role

Marc Minardi

Marc Minardi

Lucas Valieri

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • NOTES (2)

    • This is the first episode, where a main character's name appears in the title.

    • Charlotte Arnold (Holly J.), Marc Donato (Derek), Sam Earle (K.C.), Jordan Hudyma (Blue), Argiris Karras (Riley), Jajube Mandiela (Chantay), Miriam McDonald (Emma), Scott Paterson (Johnny), Aislinn Paul (Clare), A.J. Saudin (Connor), Melinda Shankar (Alli), Cassie Steele (Manny),  Evan Williams (Kelly), and Natty Zavitz (Bruce), do not appear in this episode.

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Spinner: Indiana Jane and the Lucas crusade


      Spinner is referencing the third Indiana Jones filmed, entitled Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

    • The title of this two-part episode is the same as a song by Jane's Addiction. It was originally done as a live track on their live self-titled debut album in 1987, and was recorded in studio for their 1988 album "Nothing's Shocking" (which is considered to be their actual first album).

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