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“You Got Me”
Season 13, Episode 10
October 10, 2013
October 10, 2013
Zoë tries to make Miles jealous by using Drew. After learning that he only had been calling her when he was on drugs, she approached Zig to get more. She then bribes Drew to be her date to the dance. After he is late meeting her, she finds him asleep. She drags him to the dance.
Drew is still having a hard time with the loss of Adam. He is having sleeping problems so he is taking sleep pills but runs out. He doesn't like being reminded of Adam now that he is dead.
- This episode is named after the song, You Got Me by The Roots.
- This marks the first appearance of Frankie Hollingsworth.
- America Olivo (Mrs. Rivas) is credited for this episode despite not actually appearing.
- The Degrassi Beach Dance takes place in this episode.
- The Studz song, California, was played at the Beach Dance.
- Zig Novak returns in the episode. (His first appearance since Zombie (2)).
- Part of a WhisperHug song is played for the first time in season 13.
Regular Cast (Ordered Alphabetically)
- Luke Bilyk as Drew Torres
- Stefan Brogren as Archie Simpson
- Sarah Fisher as Becky Baker
- Ana Golja as Zoë Rivas
- Ricardo Hoyos as Zig Novak
- Demetrius Joyette as Mike Dallas
- Andre Kim as Winston Chu
- Lyle Lettau as Tristan Milligan
- Eric Osborne as Miles Hollingsworth III
- Aislinn Paul as Clare Edwards
- AJ Saudin as Connor DeLaurier
- Olivia Scriven as Maya Matlin
- Melinda Shankar as Alli Bhandari
- Jessica Tyler as Jenna Middleton
- Sara Waisglass as Frankie Hollingsworth
- "Dangerous Times" by Wildlife
- "Safety Dance" by Men Without Hats
- "Respect Yourself" by Bruce Willis
- "In the City" by Caveman
- "Sugerstarzz" by Audio Vegas Ninja
- "Climbing Walls" by Strange Talk
- "Whoa California" by Janie and the Studs (instrumental)