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“Cry Me A River (1)”
Season 11, Episode 6
July 25, 2011
July 25, 2011
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 Fiona's strong suit. Can she find happiness and belonging where she is... or is Degrassi just not the place for her anymore?
Sav advertises the new Degrassi radio. Dave walks up to volunteer, sees Adam and assumes that he's doing technical things for the radio. He is surprised to find out Adam is also trying out for a program on the radio—not only this, but they are trying out for programs of a similar nature—a "man" show. Sav tells them that they will have to compete for the program on the air and that whoever is more popular will get the job. After having his head pumped up by Sadie, Dave reveals his feelings about Adam being transgender to Sadie by saying "I couldn't lose to Adam of all people." When the time for the contest arrives Dave and Adam immediately start shooting zingers at each other, unaware that they are actually on the air and have an audience that is loving their interaction. They both get the job as they were well liked as a duo. An awkward moment begins when Adam goes into the boys' bathroom. At first things are fine as they discuss what they'll be talking about the next day on the show, while Adam washes his hands. Dave notices Adam watching him urinate, which weirds him out—he is unaware that Adam just wanted to see his stance for peeing. Adam tries to explain he wasn't trying to be gross, but Dave walks out without, disturbed.
Dave tries to quit the show, but Sav stops him by showing him the responses the show got. Adam shows Eli a Stand-To-Pee device that he bought online. Dave shows up to plan the show with Adam, though things are still tense between them. After brainstorming some ideas things escalate again and Adam confronts Dave, but Dave denies that anything is wrong. Dave goes to the bathroom and Adam follows and attempts to use his STPD (Stand-To-Pee Device). Dave notices Adam using this device and goes to look at what he is doing, prompting Adam to say "No one told you to look!" He fumbles with his STPD spilling his urine on the floor and onto Dave's shoes. Dave runs out saying "Just stay away from me, okay?!" They both show up to do the show. Dave makes offensive comments about the rules of the bathroom and how it is not okay for girls to use the men's bathroom, nor for transgender individuals to look at your genitalia. Sav shuts them off and Adam walks out leaving everyone shocked in his wake.
Clare and Alli are looking for a new school club join and Clare takes an interest in the school newspaper, The Degrassi Daily. Clare asks if she can join and Katie gives her a test: a 100 word article on how to get over a break up. Clare gives Katie a five page article instead and Katie doesn't think that Clare has what it takes to be in the club because no one wants to read such a long article. Clare offends Katie by implying that she knows what the readers want better than she does and Katie angrily tells her that there are enough writers. Clare goes to The Dot and sees Katie sitting with Marisol and goes over to them to apologize to Katie. Katie tells her she has soccer practice and leaves. Clare asks Marisol to tell Katie she's sorry but Marisol tells Clare that Katie goes out of her way to avoid drama and that Clare is strictly drama. Clare's reaction proves Marisol right.
Fiona is short an art credit and is placed in 11th grade Drama class. The class is divided into groups of four. However, Fiona is left with no group and excuses herself from class. Fiona goes to see Holly J. getting ready to have her graduation photos taken and talks to her about her woes of not being able to make friends easily. Holly J. suggests spending time with Charlie so Fiona goes to Charlie's job to have lunch with her where she sees that Charlie's friend was also there and invites her to eat with them. Later, Fiona takes Charlie back to her house when her mother comes home early and yells at Fiona for skipping school. Charlie leaves and Fiona tells her mother about how she feels lonely now that she has to be in 11th grade classes and promises to not skip class again. The next day, Fiona is about to leave for school and is trying to get a hold of Charlie on the phone to apologize for her mom telling Charlie to leave, but she won't answer and Fiona is concerned that Charlie is mad at her.
- The title of this episode is named after the song "Cry Me A River" by Justin Timberlake.
- While standing at the urinal, Adam mentions the song "Cry Me A River", which is also the title of the episode.
- This episode marks the first official appearance of Imogen Moreno, who was previously mentioned in What's My Age Again?.
Regular Cast (Ordered Alphabetically)
- Raymond Ablack as Sav Bhandari
- Charlotte Arnold as Holly J. Sinclair
- Shanice Banton as Marisol Lewis
- Munro Chambers as Eli Goldsworthy
- Annie Clark as Fiona Coyne
- Jahmil French as Dave Turner
- Justin Kelly as Jake Martin
- Aislinn Paul as Clare Edwards
- Cristine Prosperi as Imogen Moreno
- Chloe Rose as Katie Matlin
- Melinda Shankar as Alli Bhandari
- Jordan Todosey as Adam Torres
- Alexandria Benoit as Sadie Rowland
- Lauren Dela Pena as Elise
- Tamara Duarte as Charlie Lima
- Jess Mal Gibbons as Officer Turner
- Luke Bilyk as Drew Torres
- Stefan Brogren as Archie Simpson
- Sam Earle as K.C. Guthrie
- Alicia Josipovic as Bianca DeSousa
- Argiris Karras as Riley Stavros
- Daniel Kelly as Owen Milligan
- Shannon Kook-Chun as Zane Park
- Cory Lee as Winnie Oh
- Jajube Mandiela as Chantay Black
- Samantha Munro as Anya MacPherson
- AJ Saudin as Connor DeLaurier
- Jessica Tyler as Jenna Middleton
- Spencer van Wyck as Wesley Betenkamp
- Sav (to Dave): "It's just a radio show, dude. You're not marrying anyone."
- Marisol: "Ever heard of taking a break?"
Katie: "Ever heard of not being a slacker?"
- Marisol (to Clare): "You are drama."
- Imogen Moreno (to Fiona): "I rhymed so it must be true."
- Mrs. Coyne (to Fiona): "This is what mad looks like!"
- Fiona (to Holly J.): "It's filled with mean elevens, unfriendly rhyming ones." (referring to Imogen)
- "Lay Your Heartbreak" by Winterpills - Heard when Fiona was leaving a sad message on Charlie's phone.
- "This Work" by Meligrove Band - Heard when Sav cuts Dave off-air after his Degrassi Radio rant.