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“Turned Out (1)”
Season 5, Episode 7
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Information
Can. Airdate

October 31, 2005

U.S. Airdate

November 18, 2005

Prod. Code

507

Writer(s)

Brendon Yorke

Director(s)

Eleanore Lindo

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Turned Out (2)

Turned Out (1) is the seventh episode of Season 5 of Degrassi: The Next Generation. It aired on October 31, 2005 in Canada, and on November 18, 2005.

Summary

Liberty and J.T. are back together and are looking to buy an apartment. J.T. finds a solution to earning money by working in the drug business with Jay, but what will it cost him?

Meanwhile, Peter has started to like Emma and she's not sure how she feels. She covers up her confusion by letting Manny arrange a date between her and Derek.

Main Plot

Liberty and J.T. are back together. They are looking to buy an apartment, so J.T. starts stealing Oxycodone from the pharmacy he works at to sell with Jay. Liberty finds out and breaks up with him.

Sub Plot

Peter has started to like Emma but she's not sure how she feels. She covers up her confusion by letting Manny arrange a date between her and Derek.


  • This episode is named after the song "Turned Out" by Paul McCartney.
  • Peter and Emma go on their first date.

(While J.T. and Liberty are at the doctor's office)
Liberty: (the baby's being shown on a monitor) How does he or she look?
J.T.: (looking obviously uncomfortable) I don't know. I can't.
Liberty: J.T. (whispers) Please.
(J.T. slowly moves so he's across from the monitor & the doctor points at the screen, indicating where the baby is)
J.T.: It-it looks...real.
J.T. (to Toby): Well, there's two solutions to my problems, my carefree friend. Mochachino and adoption.
Toby: Adoption? Wow. You, uh... sure Liberty will go for that?
J.T.: She's fifteen! It's the only thing that makes sense.
Ms. Sauve (to Liberty about her pregnancy): So. who knows?
Liberty: Only my brother and Toby.
Ms. Sauve: Not your parents? Liberty, you're six months pregnant.
Liberty: I know, Ms. Suave, but my father. There's no way I can tell him.

Mrs. Sauve: So you've just been hiding it?

Liberty: Absolutely. I want to carry this baby to full term, but afterwards...
J.T.: Liberty, there is no afterwards. But what about adoption?
Ms. Sauve: I can refer you to an agency.
J.T.: Yes, that's perfect. We're in.
Liberty: We? J.T., you broke up with me.
J.T.: Yep, but I'm still the father. If you decide to keep this baby, it becomes my problem as well.
J.T.: So what now, Mrs. Suave? Pregnancy yoga, lamaze class?
Ms. Sauve: Make a doctor's appointment? At this point, the health of the baby is paramount. (J.T. and Liberty nod)
J.T. (to his grandmother about Libery's pregnancy): Well, we're going to be parents.
J.T.'s Grandmother: James Tiberius, do you have any idea what it takes to raise a child? You are far too young!
J.T.: Well.. I thought that you could help us. I mean, you raised Mom and me.
J.T.'s Grandmother: And I'm not planning to spend my retirement going through it again!

  • "Basement Apartment" - Sarah Harmer
  • "Blue Sky" - Johnny Douglas Jr.
  • "Boom" - Johnny Douglas Jr.
  • "This is Life" - Quad

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