"So you see, I learned many things at Degrassi. But not from the classes, they were too easy. They say it is the journey, and not the destination. Well, 'they' are wrong. It is not our mistakes along the journey that matter, it's where we end up that counts. Carl Sagan said somewhere something incredible is waiting to be known. And I wish you all luck in finding the destination in which you encounter the incredible. Thank you."
It's the end of another school year, and everyone is planning their future and some improv prom planning has been done, and all the drama is unfolding
Third PlotClare is still unsure of her future plans, including where she stands with Eli.
- This episode is named after "Finally" by Ce Ce Peniston.
- Graduation occurred for the Class of 2014 in this episode.
- Adam has a memorial video dedicated to him.
- This episode marks the final appearances of the Class of 2014, Jack Jones, and Eli Goldsworthy.
- This episode marks the beginning and the end of Imogen and Jack's second, and final, relationship.
- Becky will be going to The University of Vermont and get a degree in Biology, Alli will be going to Cambridge University to get a degree in Bio Sciences, Dallas will be going to Japan to play for the Nippon Paper Cranes, Connor will go to Cal Tech to get a degree in Applied Physics and Aerospace, Clare will be taking a gap year, Jenna will be going to Los Angeles School of Recording Arts for a degree in Sound Engineering, and Imogen will be going to OCAD's Faculty of Art.
- Drew also graduated with the Class of 2014, but his plans for the future were never stated at the time.
Regular Cast (Ordered Alphabetically)
- Luke Bilyk as Drew Torres
- Stefan Brogren as Archie Simpson
- Munro Chambers as Eli Goldsworthy
- Sarah Fisher as Becky Baker
- Demetrius Joyette as Mike Dallas
- Aislinn Paul as Clare Edwards
- Cristine Prosperi as Imogen Moreno
- AJ Saudin as Connor DeLaurier
- Melinda Shankar as Alli Bhandari
- Jessica Tyler as Jenna Middleton
- Niamh Wilson as Jack Jones
- "Afterglow" by John Charles Fiddy and Simon Holland
- "Tonight's The Night" by Nate Poetics feat. G-Block
- "Happy Call" by Thrust
- "Feel Good" by GOLDHOUSE
- "Clap Hands Say Samba" by Steve Cabuso
- "Slow Down" by Twice Young
- "Our Last Song" by Dominique Fricot
- "Hero" by Family Of The Year
- "Whoa California" by Janie and the Studs (instrumental)