Degrassi: The Next Generation

Season 9 Episode 16

Why Can't This Be Love?, Part Two

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 17, 2010 on Much Music
7.0
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Why Can't This Be Love?, Part Two
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After Farrah admits that she likes Sav, Anya, in fear of losing him, makes a decision that has serious consequences. Alli is annoyed at having to run the refreshments stand at the dance, but starts a bond with Dave, which makes Johnny jealous.

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  • Awsome episodes!

    10
    This two parter was amazing.Anya's acting has gotten noticeably better in acting.The Johnny subplot was needed.I felt bad for bruce becuase he seemed so hurt that johnny didnt wanna hang with him anymore.Im glad they made up,also...bruce hitting johnny's butt was funny as heck!The Dave and Alli subplot was fun.I so called Dave and Alli before anyone!Im glad they are friends now.Farrah was evil and cruel,i actually thought she was sweet and kind at first.Anya having unprotected sex with sav on purpose was an evil thing to do and could have destroyed both of their futures.I haated how sav broke up with her when she could possibily be pregnant,that was mean,but a bit understandable.Anya's crying at the end was so heart breaking,i really felt for her :( .Amazing two parter

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  • Anya wants to keep Sav and there might only be one way for her to keep him. Alli and Dave form a friendship.

    8.5
    "Why Can't This Be Love" Part 2 is so much better than Part 1. I loved all the Anya scenes in this episode. I like how she's so in love with Sav that she'll do anything to keep him. She's so sneaky with having sex with Sav with no protection on purpose. I like how she realize that it was wrong to do that after she had sex with Sav. It's interesting how she could be pregnant. Degrassi's never dealt with the morning after pill, so it may or might not have worked. I can't wait to see what happens with her character in season 10. Sav is a jerk. Anya crying at the end of the episode was so dramatic and it shows the actress is more versatile than what we've seen before. The Alli/Dave plot wasn't really needed unless they form a relationship in season 10. I like how Alli wants to be popular but at the same time she wants to be herself. I like how Dave influences her to be more herself. I actually thought it was funny that Johnny seemed jealous of of Dave. Also, like the the friendship of Bruce and Johnny and how they went to prom together. I give this episode a 8.5/10.moreless
Sarena Parmar

Sarena Parmar

Farrah Hassan

Guest Star

Mishu Vellani

Mishu Vellani

Mrs. Bhandari (Voice Only)

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • After Sav sits in his seat while the video PA plays, Anya is seen in the background with her hands on her desk; but in the next shot they're by her face.

    • When Anya and Sav talk in the classroom after she takes the pill, her hands keep changing positions between shots.

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  • NOTES (4)

    • Sam Earle (K.C.), and Jessica Tyler (Jenna), appear in this episode, but do not have any lines.

    • CTV aired an encore of this episode on May, 30th, 2010 to finish out the season on their network though the episode had already premiered on MuchMusic.

    • This episode marks the last appearance of Natty Zavitz (Bruce). Bruce is the first main character to never be officially given a last name.

    • Paula Brancati (Jane), Stefan Brogren (Mr. Simpson), Annie Clark (Fiona), Jordan Hudyma (Blue), Judy Jiao (Leia), Argiris Karras (Riley), Shane Kippel (Spinner), Miriam McDonald (Emma), Aislinn Paul (Clare), A.J. Saudin (Connor), and Cassie Steele (Manny), do not appear in this episode.

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