Degrassi: The Next Generation

Season 4 Episode 12

Voices Carry, Part Two

Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Nov 09, 2004 on MTV - Music Television

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  • Craig ended up with bipolar disorder

    I'm with Craig on this one, except I don't have bipolar disorder. Every year I get easily angry and depressed because of people and things, but I soon found-out I'm not bipolar.
  • Craig is bipolar.

    "Voices Carry" part 2 is an awesome Degrassi episode! This is the episode where Craig is diagnosed as bipolar. I've said this before, but it makes perfect sense for his character to be bipolar. He definitely showed signs of being bipolar in seasons 2 and 3. It was heartbreaking when he beats up Joey in this episode. It's quite sad. Everyone thinks Liberty is some good-two-shoes nerd, and she's completely the oppisite. She's quite bada$$. She even proves to be bada$$ when she graffitis the lockers in season 2. Anyways, I love how they rebel against Mr. Raditch. I give this episode a 9/10.
  • Craig shows signs of bipolarism. Liberty and JT sing the Radish song.

    I thought that this was pretty good. I like the main plot with Craig and Ashley was pretty good except I don't really like Craig being bipolar. To me he just doesn't seem like that kind of guy. The sub plot was pretty good the Radish song was kind of lame though. I liked the end where JT and Liberty kissed because I always thought from the very first season that they would make a very cute couple. I thought the episode was pretty good but I wouldn't say it was my favorite one out of this whole entire season. If I had to choose my favorite episode it probably would be Voices Carry (part 2). I like drama :)
  • Ashley and Craig face another obstacle--Craig's revealed to be bipolar. Liberty and JT grow closer as they work on the play, and they finally become a couple!

    This is probably my favorite episode in the entire series thus far, because a) Craig/Ashley and JT/Liberty are two of my favorite couples of all time and b) the writing is exquisite. The A plot is shocking, especially towards the end, and has some of the best acting from Jake Epstein (Craig) you'll ever see. In my opinion, Jake is the best actor on Degrassi, because of this episode and Tears Are Not Enough. This episode also showed me how much Melissa has progressed as an actress, and it was nice to see a sweeter side of Ashley. As for the B plot, it was great too. JT and Liberty rebel against Raditch's oppression in their own way, and even kiss in the end! It's been a long time coming, but they're finally together. This episode seems to be quite underrated, which is sad, because it's amazing! I recommend it to anyone!
  • Craig and Ash have the best A plot ever and Liberty and JT hook up finally.

    Okay. No words can express how much this episode is the greatest ever. I loved every second of this episode. Not a dull moment at all. You can't help but worship this episode. It was just so damn well written. And Jake and Melissa's acting was rivetting (spelling?) . The whole thing was rivetting and I couldn't believe how good this episode was! It hit me like a brick wall. To anyone who doesn't like this episode...just stop watching Degrassi cause ur hopeless. Oh and finally JT and Liberty finally hook up! With an episode with basically no flaws, I offically love Degrassi!
  • Craig is diagnosed bi-polar and has some manic episodes. JT and Liberty get together.

    I loved this episode. It made a lot of sense to make Craig bi-polar because of his crazy antics in the past. ALso, since it can be hereditary that may have accounted for his father's actions as well. My sister is bi-polar so this episode hit home for me. I thought it was very well done and I have lived through some of the stuff that happened to Craig. Bravo for some great acting on the parts of Jake and Melissa. I wish we would have seen a scene between Craig and Joey at the end though.

    JT and Liberty getting together was definitely a great subplot. They both grew up and grew closer and it was so great that it finally happened. I liked how Liberty rebelled and how JT was for once the safe one and this finally opened his eyes up to her. Awesome.
  • Craig is diagnosed with Bipolar disorder.

    Speaking as someone who has Bipolar disorder himself, I must say I was very impressed by this episode, and how well it portrays what it\'s like. Craig\'s behavior is a textbook case of the disease, and I hope that it clears up common misconceptions people have about it. Extremely well-written.