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“Don't Look Back”
Season 14, Episode 25-28
August 2, 2015
August 2, 2015
Matt Huether (Part 1)
When you’re in high school, everything feels different in the summer – and for the students of Degrassi, this summer is no exception. Along with the record-breaking temperatures, tensions, romance, and friendships are on the rise. But while everyone hopes this will be the best summer ever, the city might have something else in store for them.
Maya has high hopes of spending the summer life-guarding at the beach with Zig, but her hopes are crushed when she fails her CPR class. Determined not to let her summer be a total bust, she sets her sights on a nanny job for a prestigious music producer, but is foiled by Gloria, who swoops in and gets the job. After Gloria goes missing, Maya ultimately gets the job.
Frankie’s pumped for her summer job as a city hall intern, but finds it’s an uphill battle with the other older interns.
Third PlotZoë is determined to coast through summer school with Tristan by riding the coat-tails of Hunter and Grace. And while all the kids have challenges, what really overshadows the summer is that sexy and infuriating Gloria goes missing. This cloud hovers over everyone’s summer as they are all, in one way or another, touched by her disappearance.
- An alternate title for the 4 part special is Summer Girls 1-4.
- This is Maya's 100th episode.
- Zoë and Grace kiss for the first time in this movie.
- This special marks the end of Winston and Frankie's second relationship.
- Tristan records himself narrating what happens in this movie as part of his vlog so he can compete with Gloria Chin.
- This episode is the twelfth to take place during summer vacation. The others were School's Out!, Mother and Child Reunion, Degrassi Takes Manhattan, Nowhere to Run, Summertime, All I Wanna Do, My Own Worst Enemy, About a Girl, Cannonball, Honey, and Young Forever.
Regular Cast (Ordered Alphabetically)
- Amanda Arcuri as Lola Pacini
- Reiya Downs as Shay Powers
- Ana Golja as Zoë Rivas
- Nikki Gould as Grace Cardinal
- Ricardo Hoyos as Zig Novak
- Andre Kim as Winston Chu
- Lyle Lettau as Tristan Milligan
- Spencer MacPherson as Hunter Hollingsworth
- Eric Osborne as Miles Hollingsworth III
- Olivia Scriven as Maya Matlin
- Sara Waisglass as Frankie Hollingsworth
- Richard Walters as Tiny Bell
- Jaiden Cannatelli as Everett Kincaid
- Sasha Clements as Cat
- Nicole Samantha Huff as Gloria Chin
- Stephanie Moore as Diana Hollingsworth
- Seamus Patterson as Logan
- Ava Preston as Lena Kincaid
- John Ralston as Miles Hollingsworth II
- Scott Thompson as Mr. Bane
- Sonia Dhillon Tully as Jordyn Kincaid
- Ish Morris as Abe
- Maya: "I can cook! Sort of..."
- Zoë to Grace: "You’re the most frustrating person I have ever met. You make fun of me all the time, you tell me I’m wrong […] You see the real me. The girl I try so hard to hide and you like her. Sometimes you make me feel so special and I’m scared that if I lose you I’ll never feel that way again
- "Hot Tonight" by Tokyo Police Club
- "Nicotine" by The Dirty Nil
- "Lionheart" by PUP
- "Feels Like Magic" by Weekend Giants
- "Mexican Hat Dance" by Scott Goodman & Kevin Bluhm
- "Mexican Fondness" by Michael Alan Cohen
- "Jolly Bandito" by Greg Herzenach
- "You Want Me" by Pete Masitti & John Andrew Barrow
- "Say Hello To The Bad Guy" by Ricardo Hoyos
- "Control" by Vyce
- "Bright Red Chords" by Loomis And The Lust
- "Losing Yourself In Time" by Cassidy Mann
- "Sriracha" by BESTiE
- "Love You Well" by Austin Plaine
- "Asi es mi Tierra Caliente" by Tim Devine & Francisca Gonzales
- "Rock This Club Down" by Esquille
- "Wait" by M:ro
- "Exodus Of The Year" by Royal Canoe
- "Never Stop" by Gunfngr & Alyssa