Degrassi: "Smash Into You, Pt. 2" Recap
Did you watch "Smash Into You, Pt. 2" tonight? (If not, watch it here.) We've got a lot to talk about.
*Spoilers below. Don't read any further until you've seen the episode.*
When I watched this episode, I hadn't seen any of the promos, and I screamed out loud during the accident scene (rewatch it here, if you're so inclined). I was horrified. We don't know Jacinta very well as a character, so I was almost more worried about Dave than I was about her. I can't imagine how much guilt and overall horribleness I would feel in his shoes.
Even aside from the accident, this episode was a stressful one. Watching Jacinta send mean texts to Alli from Dave's phone was heartbreaking, especially since Alli was in the middle of trying to lead a school event, and didn't know they weren't real. I feel bad for all three of them. Sometimes love really sucks, because it makes you so vulnerable.
On a brighter note, I love-love-loved the song Mo wrote for his Model UN project with Marisol. Want to watch that scene again, and sing along? Me too, so here it is:
I've never been a big Marisol fan, since we've seen her be pretty mean to other Degrassi students (even Katie, her BFF). But tonight she had two lines that I really liked a lot:
"If only we judged less and loved a little more, the world would be a better place." Then later, when Mo worries that she's out of his league... "You're not. Leagues are stupid." I barely recognize this loving, open-minded Marisol! If this is how she acts after spending a little time with Mo, I want them to spend every waking moment together.
Oh, I have to mention, though -- I laughed pretty hard toward the beginning of the episode when Marisol asked Drew, "How do I kill this crush?" and he told her "Just be yourself." She didn't even notice that he was insulting her. Ha.
As for Adam's "secret admirer" date... once again, I feel bad for everyone involved. Mostly, I feel bad for Adam, because he took a chance, and his "date" wasn't someone he'd be even remotely interested in.
I feel bad for Tristan, because he thought Adam was gay, and Adam isn't.
I feel bad for Tori, because she was trying to do a nice thing by playing matchmaker, and it failed in a really big way.
I even feel bad for Zig, because he had to be there for all the awkwardness, and because he didn't know what the "T" on an "LGBT" pin stands for. Sigh.
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