Spinner and Manny are seen flirting together at the school car wash in a picture found by Hazel.
Later on, Spinner embarrasses Paige at her job in front of Jimmy, Craig, and Marco, making her do specific things. Craig then tells him to leave her alone. Spinner then says that he was just jealous that he's getting closer to Manny. They then get in a fight over Manny.
After the fight is broken up, Paige tells Spinner that it is over between the two of them.
Craig and Spinner get Paige fired, but thanks to Alex, she gets her job back.
Rick and Toby have a bet on how many girls they can kiss. They seem to bond and become friends in this episode.
- This episode is named after "Islands In The Stream" by the Bee Gees. It also shares its title with a 1970 novel by Ernest Hemingway and its 1977 film adaptation.
- This episode marks the end of Paige and Spinner's second relationship.
- Toby said Hazel was on his list of girls to kiss, but they have already kissed in Take On Me as a dare.
Regular Cast (Ordered Alphabetically)
- Stefan Brogren as Archie Simpson
- Daniel Clark as Sean Cameron
- Lauren Collins as Paige Michalchuk
- Ryan Cooley as J.T. Yorke
- Jake Epstein as Craig Manning
- Stacey Farber as Ellie Nash
- Jake Goldsbie as Toby Isaacs
- Aubrey Graham as Jimmy Brooks
- Shane Kippel as Spinner Mason
- Andrea Lewis as Hazel Aden
- Miriam McDonald as Emma Nelson
- Melissa McIntyre as Ashley Kerwin
- Adamo Ruggiero as Marco Del Rossi
- Cassie Steele as Manny Santos
- Livingstone Beaumount as Dot manager
- Deanna Casaluce as Alex Nuñez
- Marjorie Chan as Meeri
- Melissa DiMarco as Daphne Hatzilakos
- Ephraim Ellis as Rick Murray
- Shenae Grimes as Darcy Edwards
- Mike Lobel as Jay Hogart
- Craig (To Spinner): "Hey idiot, nice sunburn."
- Spinner: Paige has moisturizer...but it smells like lavender.
- "All I See Is Black" by Natasha Thirsk
- "All Over It" by By Divine Right
- "I Don't Hate You" by Junior Achiever
- "Pretty People" by The Robber Who Robbed The Town
- Watch Islands In The Stream on Gorillavid (International)