Coming up on Degrassi Season 14!
Degrassi Season 14 Episode Guide
"It's finally spring break... but there's never a vacation from the drama at Degrassi. Though everyone is abuzz about spring break's biggest event -- Keke Palmer's concert -- newly single Sav is too busy wallowing in post-Holly-J self-pity to care. But after a flirtatious encounter with a beautiful stranger, he might get the ultimate consolation prize: a spring fling with a rock star. Though Drew's mom is keeping him on a short leash, he and Bianca are making an honest go of their relationship and growing closer. But when an unwelcome visitor from Bianca's past zeroes in on her, Drew tries to protect his girlfriend from a very real and serious threat. How far in over his head is Drew willing to wade for Bianca? Newly out-of-the-closet Fiona is ready to take her new identity for a spin... provided she can untie her tongue and generally not be a spaz in the presence of a potential girlfriend. Now that Fiona knows what she really wants, does she have any idea how to actually get it?"
Eli seems to be taking his and Clare's break-up well... a little too well for Clare's liking, actually. Did he seriously get over her that quickly? After the year-long epic of sturm und drang he went through post-Julia? Maybe it's Clare who's not over it... But new Degrassian Jake -- a childhood family friend of Clare's who has grown up rather nicely -- has his own take on how Clare could move on. And Jenna puts on a brave face when everyone -- including KC -- goes back to school to live normal teenage lives while she's left with a helpless, needy baby who only eats, sleeps, and poops. How long can she take the frustration all by herself? (TV-PG)
Anya's 18th birthday is nigh... paging Dr. Chris! Is he ready to dive in with his newly legal paramour, or is Anya deluded... and maybe a little desperate? Now that KC is holding up his end of the baby bargain a little better, he's subject to all the same pressure -- and boredom, and feelings of trapped-ness -- that Jenna's been dealing with. Is there any reasonable escape hatch he can jump through? Drew is dealing with the legal ramifications of his and Bianca's run-in with Vince. But does he have more than just court dates to worry about? And Connor is having the same feelings and urges any teenage guy would -- but his Asperger's keeps him from having the social skills for typical boy-girl interactions. He's creeping Wesley's new girlfriend out... where can he turn?
Drew and Bianca are still plenty into each other, but there's also still plenty in their way. Besides the fact that his mom hates her, there's the problem of him being constantly terrified that Vince and the other thugs lurk behind every corner, ready to exact their revenge. Drew's life was so much simpler before Bianca was in it... would it be simpler if she were gone? Owen is behaving how you might think Owen would behave if he had a juicy, embarrassing secret to hold over Anya's head. His none-too-subtle status update hints about what happened between them at her birthday party have everyone gossiping... including her best friends. Ouch. And Wesley finds out about Connor's new, disturbing hobby. He tells Connor it has to stop. But is Connor ready to let go of his only outlet?
Dave and Adam are vying for a spot to host a manly man's show on the Degrassi airwaves -- and it turns out that their verbal sparring actually makes them an awesome team. But is Dave ready to share the air with a transgender guy? Clare is ready for a semester devoid of boy drama, and she has her eyes set on a new goal: getting onto the Degrassi newspaper staff. How hard could it be? She's a gifted writer, an excellent student, and an overachiever. But are those the qualities that newspaper editor -- and fellow overachiever -- Katie is looking for? And it's starting to hit Fiona that she's facing a Holly-J-less Degrassi next year. She'll be left behind in a sea of unfamiliar Grade 11s, and let's face it -- making new friends has never been Fi's strong suit. Can she find happiness and belonging where she is... or is Degrassi just not the place for her anymore?
Dave is expecting high-fives over his on-air outburst about Adam. But that's not how things are shaking out -- Simpson is livid and the LGBT club has started a petition to have Dave taken off the air. Feeling censored and persecuted just for having an opinion, will Dave ever understand things from another perspective? Or will the backlash drive him further into intolerance? Not one to take failure lightly, Clare refuses to accept that Katie doesn't think she'd be a good addition to the Degrassi Daily newspaper. She's determined to convince Katie that she's reliable, a hard worker, and drama-free... but is that whole drama-free thing really true? And as Fiona cranks up her pursuit of Charlie, she comes face to face with the fact that the two of them live in different worlds. If Charlie still thinks of Fi as a high-schooler, but Fi doesn't feel like she fits in with her fellow high-schoolers... where does Fiona fit in?
The pressure of coming up with an appropriately profound script for the school play -- and having to talk to Clare about it for the school paper -- is hammering away at Eli. His anti-anxiety meds are helping, but they can't work miracles. Will a new heroine enter the story to save the day? KC is trying to do right by Jenna and their baby, but there's a seemingly endless amount of right to do. When his job gives him the opportunity to actually socialize like a normal teenager, is it wrong for him to take the relief where he can get it? And Riley's mom is barely returning to speaking terms with him after he tried to come out to her... and even that small bit of civility seems contingent on him going on dates with a family friend. Is it worth it to just stuff himself back into the closet until college to keep the peace?
Riley's resigned to maintaining a straight male charade to keep the peace within his family -- they're not changing. But Zane isn't changing either, and he still can't get comfortable with the lie. As Riley faces a terrible choice -- Zane or his family -- he can't put off the decision any longer. In an attempt to regain control over his own life, Eli finds himself under another influence: Imogen's. Her unconventional outlook on how to get over Clare -- not to mention her unwavering faith in his genius -- seem to be working for him better than his meds did. But does Imogen come with side effects, too? And KC is starting to think his job -- and flirty coworker, Marisol -- might be too much of a threat to the security he needs to provide to Jenna. But when Marisol makes a case to keep him there, and her case comes with a raise... he can't really say no, can he?
Anya's got problems. Her parents don't yet know that she didn't get into any colleges. Her friends hate her boyfriend, and her boyfriend hates her friends. She's suffering under the weight of some bad decisions... so what's one more bad decision to add to the pile? Especially a bad decision that at least gets her high for a little while? Fiona is over the moon to be living with the most beautiful girl in the world. Charlie even brings coffee in the morning -- Fi is living the dream! Too bad Charlie brought some less welcome guests with her... little, tiny, itchy, bitey, super hard-to-get-rid-of guests. And Connor says he's done stealing girls' underwear, but something's still up... he's still unusually fascinated with girls' clothes. And when someone catches him in the act, things could escalate out of his control.
Nursing a cocaine hangover the day of her hard-won, must-succeed interview at Haslett University, Anya needs a crash course in impressing a college admission officer. Holly J is happy to help... but there's nothing like a tutoring session with Ms. Sinclair to make a girl feel like an underachieving failure. Maybe more coke is the solution to Anya's problems! Or... maybe not. Fiona is suffering from a total and utter skeeve-out from the bed bug infestation, and she's realizing that she kind of doesn't know anything about this person she's invited to come live with her. But as she and Charlie try to get to know each other better, Fiona might discover that she's not completely comfortable disclosing all the skeletons in her own closet -- like the fact that she can't safely be around alcohol. And the gig might be up for Connor -- he can't hide the fact that he's Degrassi's mysterious underwear thief forever. When his humiliating secret is exposed, will the consequences be too much for him to take?
Clare's got raging hormone syndrome, and Jake keeps showing up at her house with his shirt off. Not cool. Especially since he says he doesn't do relationships. But is a casual, just for fun, commitment-free fling with a hot guy just the thing Clare needs right now? Dave and Alli are just friends. Right? So it's totally cool if the two of them hang out, alone, at a date-like activity, even though he and Sadie are together now. Right? But then... why did he feel the need to lie to Sadie about it? And Drew may have been seriously on edge before, but now that he's actually had the snot kicked out of him by a crew of thugs, he's ready to snap. Adam points out that he's showing symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Will he get the help he needs?
Drew thinks the only way to escape his constant terror is to leave town... and his dad has an offer for a transfer to Boston on the table. But where would that leave Adam? His experience at their last school is what drove them to Degrassi, and he's finally settled in. Which brother's needs will take precedence in the Torres family? Clare's casual set-up with Jake is fun... but is it really all that casual? Can Clare even do casual? As hurtful revelations about her parents' divorce clarify what the stakes of love really are, Clare seeks out whatever answer will to protect her from all risk of pain. Dave finally admits it to himself: he's still into Alli, hardcore. But Sadie is a great girlfriend, and who knows... Alli could just reject him again. Can he play both sides of the coin until a winner emerges? Is it fair to?
Holly J's been diligently going to dialysis, but she's not improving. Her doctor delivers the upsetting news: it's time to look for a kidney donor. As she searches her family for a match, she's in for the shock of her life. Adam's been feeling the flirt with Katie, and Dave thinks he should go for it. But his prior forays with girls were exhausting and devastating. Bianca got him beaten up, and Fiona didn't really think of him as a guy. Is it even worth it for him to keep trying? And Imogen wants the lead female role in Eli's play. To do so, she dives headfirst into studying the character's inspiration: Clare. As Imogen learns to walk, talk, dress, read, and act like Clare, who will be her tutor?
Holly J has located her birth mom. But everything is happening so fast... including her body's deterioration. There's too much to process and the clock is ticking. Can she really just up and ask a stranger for a vital organ? Adam thinks he has the solution to his romantic problems: he wants to start hormone therapy and chest reconstruction surgery to become more of the male he is mentally. But is it the solution really as simple as he thinks -- and can his mom handle the permanence of it? Imogen will stop at nothing to get what she wants: Eli. And she has a plan to force him to get over Clare... but will her manipulations backfire?
Jenna wants desperately to come back to Degrassi. She's sick of thinking about nothing but the baby all day while KC gets to go to school and socialize, but they can't afford child care. Does Jenna have any shot at a normal life anymore? Sav has a new crush... on Ms. Oh. Did you know she's a musician? And she toured with Arcade Fire? Sav does, and he's smitten. When the opportunity arises to impress her with his musical prowess, will he actually capture her attention? And Clare doesn't trust Eli's intentions in hiring Jake to work on the play's set designs, at ALL. Adam insists she's overreacting but... Clare knows what Eli is capable of, and that he's not taking his meds. Is Jake in actual danger?
Jenna's accident with baby Tyson -- and the fact that she and KC are teen parents -- means an automatic visit from Child Services. The pressure of a judgmental audience to their still-shaky parenting skills is making things even tenser than usual... and they might just reach the breaking point. Sav's new music collaborator Mo thinks Sav has an actual shot with Ms. Oh... and that, for the sake of every guy who's lusted for her during comp sci, he HAS to go for it. Will Sav make an ass out himself... or is Mo onto something? And Clare wants to keep a watchful eye on the whole Jake and Eli situation at play practice. But watching the dramatized (and fictionalized) scenes of her prior relationship is too much to take lying down. Will Eli's ploy get him the attention from Clare that he's hoping for?
Drew feels like the ultimate fighting training that he, Owen, and Julian are doing is the only thing keeping him together -- and it's debatable whether it's even doing that. When an school news exposé forces them to give things a rest for a while, Drew is left stranded without his remedy. What now? Alli's relationship with her parents is so much better than it used to be. But one thing hasn't changed: the Bhandari "no boyfriends" rule. For once, she's with a guy her parents should adore -- can she get them to see it? And Fiona presents Holly J with the offer of a lifetime: she's happy to donate the $20,000 HJ's birth mom wants for her kidney. Problem solved... until Fi's lawyer points out that the transaction -- purchasing a human organ -- would be illegal. Is this the end of the road for Holly J?
Dave is being such a total sweetheart about Alli's parental situation. If he has to have her home by curfew and steer clear of her parents, so be it. But Alli's tired of hiding, and she knows that if anyone deserves her family's blessing, it's Dave. Can she finally break down the Bhandari barrier? Drew is obsessed with fighting; it's like a drug to him. And Katie's curious, even intrigued... but not impressed. Drew likes this girl: she's tough and no-nonsense, but also understanding. Can she help him open up and find a healthier solution for his problems? Holly J knows that her request put her birth mother in a tough spot -- recovery from kidney donation is no joke, and Dawn is a single mom. As the two of them make peace with reality, can Fiona find another way to help her best friend?
Eli's been hiding his meds instead of taking them, and it shows. He's totally erratic: last minute sweeping changes to the play's script; firing Jake; jumbled thoughts. Is this kind of behavior really going to win Clare back? Anya feels the pressure from her mom to figure out what she's going to do with her life. One small problem: she has not the slightest idea. Nothing sounds good. Even Owen is showing her up in front of her mom, with his fancy dancy hockey coach life plan. Only one thing is going right for her anymore: the way she feels when she's on coke. Jenna has made her decision. It's the hardest decision she'll ever make, and it hurts, but she thinks Tyson would be better off if they put him up for adoption. But KC's not signing off. He feels the world crumbling around him: without his little family, without Jenna... who will he be?
Eli has met his match in Imogen -- someone just as willing to go to extraordinary, highly questionable lengths to get what she wants: Eli. As they hatch plans to sabotage Jake, Clare, each other and themselves, Eli's entire reality is breaking down. Will his pain ever end? After so much consternation about her future, Anya has stumbled on the answer: the army. It's perfect. It fits. She finally knows what she wants. Too bad her mom is completely against the idea... and also too bad there's a drug test. And KC wakes up to reality: the question of Tyson's adoption isn't about KC and what he wants. It's about Tyson, his life, and his future. Can KC put his baby's needs ahead of his own, one final time?
Alli needs to break the news about her summer program to Dave sooner or later, so she plans a special night for them -- alone. Adam thinks he knows what that means... wink wink, nudge nudge. Is that what Dave wants? Is he really just like all the other guys in Alli's past? Bianca is back to old patterns... and back to Vince. Still trying to protect Drew, she's doing Vince's bidding, including trying to sell his drugs at Degrassi. But she'd rather just be a high school student whose biggest fear is detention. She finally finds someone at Degrassi who can give her a taste of normality... Imogen? And Wesley's first girlfriend leads to another first: first bout of uncontrollable jealousy, when Liam seems to be moving in on her. And first stupid, reckless stunt to try to keep her affections.
All that time Alli spent playing poker with her dad and Dave is paying off -- well, that and the fact that she can count cards. As her confidence rises, so does her obsession. And it turns out she's not just gambling money, but her relationship... and her future. Bianca's indentured servitude to Vince -- complete with physical abuse -- is her own personal hell. The only place she feels safe is at school... but does she really belong there? Or has she already blown it with the one potential friend she could find? Wesley's digging himself in deeper and deeper with his lie about being able to drive. Will his attempts to impress Hannah end up destroying her trust in him?
Drew is really into Katie. Katie's really into Drew back. And Marisol is really pissed -- she was into Drew first, and Katie knows that. Will Marisol really make Katie choose between her best, best friend in the world, and a guy? Eli's back at school -- embarrassed, but finally under treatment for his real problem: bipolar disorder. As he recovers, he wants to make amends with everyone he hurt when he was off the deep end. But not everyone's in the mood to hear what he has to say. And if there's one quality Eli lacks, it's patience. And Ms. Oh seems to be taking a special interest in Sav's musical enrichment. Is the spark Sav feels really happening, or is it all in his imagination?
Katie and Marisol are in an all-out war of the words, and as long-time besties, they're positively loaded with ammo. The nuclear option in Marisol's arsenal? The fact that Katie struggles with bulimia. As their fight plays out in the public forum of the student council elections, will the stress send Katie back to square one? Eli has hatched a plan to interfere in Clare and Jake's relationship yet again. His pushiness, weird plans, and abject refusal to back down are all classic Eli, and everyone's warning bells are going off. But this time... does he actually have good intentions? And things are heating up with Ms. Oh and Sav. Can a high school senior keep that kind of secret to himself... or will Ms. Oh's teaching career be a casualty of their mutual crush?
Prom is three days away! Holly J and Anya both have just-a-friend consolation dates for prom (Sav and Riley respectively)... so where does that leave Fiona? The only consolation date she can think of -- Charlie -- graduated high school years ago. But maybe it's worth a shot? Anya's reached her goal: she's been accepted into the army! Which means basic training! Starting in two weeks! And Anya can't even do one chin-up! Gulp. Luckily, she knows someone who knows something about training: Owen. Yay, Drew and Katie are prom-bound! Which, as Marisol helpfully informs Katie, means Drew will obviously expect sex. Katie's terrified... she's barely ever even kissed a boy. Will she just have to get over her fears if she wants to keep Drew?
It's Graduation day, and the seniors face their last moments in the protective cocoon of Degrassi. Holly J faces life-changing surgery. Fiona's hung over -- from her relapse the night before, and from the painful reminders that everyone is moving on before her eyes... everyone except her. And Anya is giddy about her reconnection with Owen, but she knows her happiness will be short-lived. She's ready to commit to the army, not Owen. Or... is she? And Katie knows just how to deal with her trepidation about Drew's insatiable needs: keep Marisol around as a third wheel slash security blanket! That'll do the trick... especially if it drives Drew away completely.
When Bianca shows up to volunteer at Niner Orientation -- in Vince's car -- Drew suspects that he's in danger again and that Bianca's to blame. But when he finds out how she's been protecting him this whole time, he's filled with guilt. And he's ready to end this thing... forever. Clare's mom and Jake's dad have big news: they're getting married. Aside from Clare's horror that her mom has moved on so quickly, there's the not-so-little problem of this making Clare and Jake step-siblings. Can their parents actually end their relationship for them, whether they like it or not? And with graduation past him, Sav is now officially an adult... and he's ready to take Ms. Oh out on a date. Except their schedules don't line up... at all. All summer, until he leaves for college. Is this epic, unmissable opportunity going to pass him by?
Ah, prom night. If it weren't filled with awkward relationship baggage, mini-scandal, and heart-stopping danger, it wouldn't be Degrassi. Riley knows he can't keep up the straight act forever; it's time for his mom to accept reality. Sav is looking at his one and only chance with Ms. Oh -- if he can just get her alone. Jake begins to wonder whether his relationship with Clare is strong enough to survive living together. And Drew is gamely trying to make best buds out of Katie and Bianca, but any progress he's making is interrupted when Vince makes an appearance... with a gun. As prom night goes careening out of control and the students of Degrassi face some of the biggest decisions of their lives... it's now or never.
An end of summer party at an isolated cabin in the woods, puts Degrassi students at odds with each other. When surviving the night means surviving each other, nothing is held back.
It's a new year at Degrassi, and Fiona's ready for a fresh start. When an exclusive party at her loft leads to a late-night senior prank, who will take the blame? Now that Clare and Jake are living together, their relationship is hotter than ever. Clare tests Jake to determine if they're "emotionally ready" for sex. Meanwhile, a new crop of niners get their first taste of Degrassi drama! Katie's little sister, Maya, meets a cute boy on the first day of school, but Tori and Tristan warn her that Zig is bad news. (TV-PG)
When Imogen gets suspended for covering the cafeteria in tin foil, Marisol and Katie are willing to let her take the blame, but Fiona tries to persuade them to confess. Will Katie put her presidency on the line to stand up for her fellow students? Clare decides that after all she's been through, she's ready to have sex with Jake. The timing is perfect -- they have the house to themselves. Maya and Tori have a nasty fight in class after Maya accuses Tori of being obsessed with Zig. When Simpson forces them to talk things out, Tori offers an explanation for her stalker-ish behavior, and asks Maya for a favor. (TV-PG)
Katie injures her knee at tryouts for the National Soccer Team. Desperate to make the team, she searches for a quick fix that will allow her to play through the pain. Jenna tries get her happy-go-lucky attitude back by picking up her guitar, but after everything she's been through, her old songs sound all wrong. Jake encourages her to write something new. When Tori ditches Tristan to hang out with Zig, Tris is hurt. He'll say anything to get his best friend back, but will he break her heart in the process? (TV-PG)
When Katie steals her mom's pain medication, she feels like she can do anything, even play soccer on an injured knee. Making the National Soccer Team matters more to her than anything else, so she pushes her body to the limit. As Jenna prepares to perform at the Degrassi Coffeehouse, Jake warns her that K.C. might not like her new song. K.C. overhears and decides to give Jenna a taste of her own medicine. Tori, Tristan, and Zig try to work together on a musical act, but it falls apart when they can't see eye to eye. (TV-PG)
On Jake's birthday, he invites his "new girl" over for dinner. Clare loses her temper at the table and decides she can't share a house with Jake anymore. The new plan: moving in with dad... if he agrees. When Connor and Mo compete for a spot on the football team, Connor has a hard time fitting in with the guys. Fiona realizes she's developing a crush on Imogen when they work together on a school project. Instead of confessing her feelings, she distracts herself by playing matchmaker for her friends. (TV-PG)
Clare feels like everyone in her life has rejected her -- everyone except her new friend Summer, who still wants her to move in. Summer's easygoing attitude seems like exactly what Clare needs, but is this new living situation too good to be true? Jake decides to do a little investigating. Meanwhile, Fiona arranges a surprise date for Eli and Imogen at her loft, but the set-up is a disaster. Connor is sick of Mo's constant teasing during football practice, so he sets him up on a date with an imaginary girl. (TV-PG)
Eli feels like his bi-polar disorder is under control, but Bullfrog disagrees, and doesn't think Eli should be dating. When Imogen shows Eli her senior art project -- a mural about mental illness, featuring his portrait -- he lashes out and accidentally breaks her camera. Ty's adoptive parents invite K.C. and Jenna to the christening, and K.C. decides he wants a bigger role in his son's life. Tori does a great job at power squad tryouts, but Marisol thinks niners are unreliable. Can Tori prove her wrong? (TV-PG)
Eli catches Imogen in a lie and thinks she must be cheating on him. Adam's advice is to play it cool, but Eli is obsessed with finding out the truth. Will spying on Imogen ease his worries -- or ruin their new relationship? K.C. has trouble coping with the fact that Ty has a new name, and a new life that doesn't involve him. When Marisol makes Tori wear the mascot costume around school at lunch, roaring to raise money for the power squad, she turns to Zig for emotional support. (TV-PG)
Desperate to get Alli back, Dave signs up to help her organize the Model UN. His summer fling, Jacinta, has been texting him nonstop, so he cuts off all communication with her. It looks like things might work out with Alli -- until Jacinta shows up at Degrassi. Since Katie's in the hospital for her knee surgery, Marisol is stuck with Mo as a partner for Model UN, and they drive each other crazy. Adam receives a note from a secret admirer and assumes it's a prank... but what if it's not? (TV-PG)
At Model UN, Jacinta tries to explain to Dave how much she likes him. When he tells her the summer was a mistake, she is an emotional wreck. She steals Dave's phone, and sends Alli a break-up text. Crying and upset, she runs into the street with the phone. Meanwhile, Marisol thinks Mo is developing a crush on her, and she wants to put a stop to it. Clare helps Adam prepare for his date, but when he meets his secret admirer, he's mortified. (TV-PG)
With Vince in jail, Bianca is working hard to get a fresh start -- her grades are up, and she's even considering college. Does the new-and-improved Bianca have what it takes to be friends with an overachiever like Katie? Dave announces plans to visit Jacinta at the hospital, and Alli is overcome with jealousy. She can't understand why he won't talk about the accident. Mo tries to impress Marisol by taking her out on their first real date. (TV-PG)
Drew wants to break up with Katie, but when he finds out she's in the hospital, he has second thoughts -- especially when Katie blames Bianca for her overdose. Does anyone really believe Bianca has changed? Alli takes Dave to a comedy show to get his mind off Jacinta's accident, but when the comedian makes jokes at Dave's expense, he loses control. Marisol turns down a fancy date with Mo, so he attempts to make her jealous. (TV-PG)
With Katie in rehab, Fiona and Imogen decide to take over student council and throw a winter carnival. Simpson reluctantly agrees, as long as they can find a way to pay for it. No problem -- Fiona will do anything to impress Imogen, even if it means writing the check herself! Without Katie, the newspaper has no editor-in-chief, so the whole staff quits. Clare steps up as editor, but she can't do it alone, so she turns to her old friends for help. Meanwhile, Maya is so good at cello that it's driving her crazy to be in a band full of beginners. (TV-PG)
With no money to pay for the winter carnival, Fiona realizes it's time to call it off and move home. Imogen is angry and upset when she hears the news, so Fiona makes one last attempt to raise the funds. Clare almost has the newspaper back on track, but the arts section is still a mess. Eli offers to help out, but is working closely with her bi-polar ex really a good idea? Maya is dying for a chance to play cello with real musicians, so she decides to sneak out and audition for an indie band.