“Goin' Down the Road (1)”
Season 4, Episode 21
February 7, 2005
August 19, 2005
Kevin Smith takes over Degrassi Community School to shoot his new movie, Jay and Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh! and hired Craig to write some music. Things finally seem to be coming together for Craig - that is until Ashley decides to tell him that she's moving to England without him. Meanwhile, Caitlin doubts her relationship with Joey. This would probably not be a good time for her to be spending so much time with Kevin Smith.
Kevin Smith takes over Degrassi to shoot his new movie Jay and Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh! He hires Craig to write some music. Things finally seem to be coming together for Craig... that is until Ashley decides to tell him that she's moving to England without him.
- This episode was originally named "Crying Over You".
- This was the final time that Craig and Ashley had any on screen interaction until the Season 7 episode Bust a Move (2), although they shared a scene in the Season 5 finale High Fidelity (2) and Season 6 episode What's It Feel Like to Be a Ghost? (1).
Regular Cast (Ordered Alphabetically)
- Sarah Barrable-Tishauer as Liberty Van Zandt
- Lauren Collins as Paige Michalchuk
- Jake Epstein as Craig Manning
- Stacey Farber as Ellie Nash
- Aubrey Graham as Jimmy Brooks
- Shane Kippel as Spinner Mason
- Pat Mastroianni as Joey Jeremiah
- Melissa McIntyre as Ashley Kerwin
- Stacie Mistysyn as Caitlin Ryan
- Cassie Steele as Manny Santos
- Billy Khouri as Tomas
- Mike Lobel as Jay Hogart
- Jason Mewes as himself
- Alanis Morissette as herself
- Kevin Smith as himself
- Paige (while in character): Listen, girlfiend. You and your so post-pubescent, he makes the Backstreet Boys look relevant boyfriend can kiss my yoga-toned ass.
- Craig: (to Caitlin) So you don't think me going to England is the worst idea since whatever my last idea was?
- Jimmy: Hey, you can't throw fries at a kid in a wheelchair.
- "Blue Horizon" by Clearfield
- "Novocaine" by Chisai Jackson
- Watch Goin' Down the Road (1) on GorillaVid (International)