The conflict between Marisol Lewis and Drew Torres, known as Darisol (Drew/Marisol), began in the twelfth season of Degrassi. Marisol initially had a crush on Drew, so when Katie started dating Drew she took out her frustration by revealing to the entire school that Katie had suffered from bulimia in the past in an effort to win school president. Because of this, Drew and Marisol often made snarky comments to one another. She finally got over her crush on Drew when she started to have feelings for Mo. Their friendship ended because Drew had sex with Katie at a party and broke up with her.
In You Don't Know My Name (2), Marisol goes on a date with Drew even though he is only interested in her as a rebound from Alli Bhandari. Marisol shows insecurity on this date by mimicking all of Drew's interests, and ordering everything he orders. This frustrates Drew who eventually becomes upset, setting the tone for their future interactions.
Season 11In Don't Panic (1), Marisol still has feelings for Drew and she gets jealous when she finds out that he's dating her best friend Katie, when she walks in on them at karate classes she tells Drew about Katie's bulimia.
In Don't Panic (2), when Katie wins elections for class president and she picks Marisol as VP, Drew gets mad considering what Marisol has done to Katie.In Take a Bow (2), Drew walks in the office after hearing Marisol talking about Katie's coolie metaphor and when Drew tells Katie he's free of STD's he sarcastically tells Marisol to feel free to tweet it and she makes a face at him. At Drew's when he invites Katie over to watch a movie he gets annoyed once Marisol is over in which later he kicks her out.
In Nowhere to Run, once they arrive at Jake Martin's cabin Marisol is shown complaining while Drew makes smart aleck comments at her. Drew also decides to scare Marisol and includes Katie in it. When Marisol gets scared Drew teases her like as if she were a baby and she tells him to knock it off then she stomps off and then Drew makes a ghost like noise.In Underneath It All, they are both invited to Fiona Coyne's party and Marisol gets annoyed at Imogen's appearance while Drew drools all over her until they make fun of her once she suggests they play charades and when Imogen defends Fiona once she's dared to chug tequila. Later during the senior prank they show no remorse in leaving Imogen behind.
In Can't Tell Me Nothing (1), once Marisol leaves the gym she says hi to Drew in which he says back.In Can't Tell Me Nothing (2), they are shown supporting Katie in front of the school. At practice they worry about her when she's getting ready to play until Katie falls and Drew and Marisol rush to her aid.
In Smash Into You (2), Marisol is even more worried when she thinks that Mo really likes her and Drew tells Marisol to be herself and that she can't prevent a crush from happening.
Drew and Marisol aren't friends anymore because Drew cheated on Katie, had sex, and then broke up with her.
In Come As You Are (2), Katie and Marisol run into Drew and Bianca at the mall. Marisol refers to them as "The Liar, the Bitch, and her Slutty Wardrobe".
In Degrassi: Las Vegas, Drew sees Marisol, Mo, and Jake on the airplane and asks them if Katie's there, and then invites them all to the wedding. Marisol, along with Mo, Jake, and Katie attend Drew and Bianca's wedding. Then, Marisol helps Drew with his performance of I Can't Help Falling In Love With You for Bianca.
In Zombie (1), Marisol announces that Drew is nominated for student-body president and seems confused by the news.
- Both are friends/on good terms with Jake Martin, Adam Torres, Mo Mashkour, Fiona Coyne, and Owen Milligan.
- Peter's last line was spoken to Drew and Marisol.
- Drew was best friends with K.C. Guthrie, who Marisol had an affair with.
- The only one of Drew's love interests that Marisol hasn't interacted with is Jess Martello.
- Marisol has a conflict with Drew's friend, Imogen Moreno.
- They are on and off rivals because Drew left Katie for Bianca.
- Drew was in a love triangle with Katie and Marisol.
- He chose Katie because she was interesting, unlike Marisol who bored him on their only date.
- Both were involved in school activities.
- Both are employed.
- They have gone on a date, been friends, and been enemies.
- Both "have a thing" for the typical popular high school teen stereotype.
- Drew has a thing for cheerleaders.
- Marisol has a thing for jocks.
- They have both served as President of Degrassi Student Council.