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Goin' Down the Road (2) is the twenty second and season finale of Season 4 of the Canadian television series, Degrassi: The Next Generation. It originally aired on February 14, 2005 on CTV Television and on August 26, 2005 on The N.

Summary

Off of his bipolar medication and getting out of control, Craig then disappears into the streets. It's up to Joey to save him, but Joey already has enough on his plate trying to save his relationship with Caitlin, who's been spending a lot of time with Kevin Smith.

Main Plot

After dumping his medication down the drain, Craig disappears into the streets. It's up to Joey to save him.

Sub Plot

Joey is trying to save his relationship with Caitlin, who's been spending quite a lot of time with Kevin Smith.


  • This is not the first time that Craig has run away. He previously did so in When Doves Cry (2).
  • The official Degrassi YouTube channel has this episode listed as Goin' Down the Road (aka All Cried Out, Pt.2).
  • This episode marks the end of Joey and Caitlin's third and final relationship.
  • Caitlin mentions Derek Wheeler and Tessa Campanelli.
  • In It's Tricky, it was revealed that Craig had written a song entitled "Boiler Room" which was included on his album Of Two Minds. Its title referred to the fact that he lived in Degrassi's boiler room for several days while off his bipolar meds.

  • Joey: (crying) "I don't want her to go."
  • Kevin Smith: "Spinner, the only thing I know is that making a movie with a bunch of high school kids, way worse than making a movie with Ben Affleck. Way worse."
  • Ellie: (nervously) "Um, can you take your hand off my knee?"
    Jason Mewes: "What? Uh, what? Oh. What does that doin' there? Naughty. Naughty you."

  • "Alive" by Edwin
  • "Pomp And Circumstances" composed by Elgar, arranged by Ashley