"Who would do this to me?"
Zoë Rivas

Unbelievable are the twenty-third and twenty-fourth episodes of Season 13.

Main Plot

After a long night of partying, Zoë finds out that photos of her half naked and drunk have been posted online. She blows it off, believing that performing in the Degrassi Sing Off will erase any memory of her time at the party and that nothing happened... until she sees a video of her being sexually assaulted by two strangers as she was passed out drunk. Not knowing what happened to her or who hurt her, Zoë finds her life turned upside down. 

Sub Plot

Determined to prove herself as a serious journalist, Becky tries to shed the light and bubbly girl people see her as by covering the serious issue of teen girls and alcohol on Degrassi TV. However, she soon finds herself in a much darker issue when discovering Zoë's sexual assault and decides to get the bottom of things. However, the true culprit of who took advantage of Zoë's drunken state is the last person Becky could ever suspect.

Third Plot

Miles tries to win Maya back after he ditched their date to throw a wild party instead. When expensive gifts and basic charm prove futile in getting back into Maya's good graces, Miles turns to his teammates into figuring out how he can win Maya back over again. 

  • This episode is named after the song "Unbelievable" by EMF.
  • This is Drew's 100th episode.
  • This episode aired in an hour long special.
  • Ana Golja, Sara Waisglass and Latoya Webb cover the hit song "Physical" by Olivia Newton-John.
  • Plot source
  • This episode was based off the true events of the Steubenville High School rape case[1] that occurred in August 2012.

  • Zoë: "Do you know what it's like not knowing what happened to you?"
  • Becky: "Tell me what I'm seeing isn't real."

  • "Brave" by Sara Bareilles - Heard when Luke and Neil are escorted from the school and arrested.
  • "Here I Am" by Automatic Toys - Heard throughout the entire episode at different times and intervals.
  • "Vanessa" by Grimes - Heard when Zoë watches the video of herself on Frankie's phone.