Degrassi recap 1316: spiderwebs [mid-season finale]
The one thing we all know about holidays is that they always bring people together — in the case of ‘Degrassi‘ that doesn’t always mean good things. Reuniting with friends and loved ones can sometimes stir the pot you thought was already settled.
Check out the full recap with photos below for tonight’s mid-season finale!
As school prez, Drew has been planning the ‘Degrassi’ Family Feast to help feed those in need and he can’t wait for Bianca to return so she can see the progress he’s made. Sadly, Dallas has to break the news that B is already back in town hanging at the Dot.
Drew can’t understand why B wouldn’t call him. According to Winston, this is known as a Turkey Dump — home for Turkey but passing on the pumpkin pie.
Spotted at the Dot, Drew decides to make his move and swings by to surprise Bianca and her new friends.
Turns out the Turkey Dump is a thing. Being away has opened Bianca’s eyes to the possibilities for her future and Drew just doesn’t fit.
Drew’s last shot is to prove that he’s changed by taking Bianca to the feast. Since it is Thanksgiving, Drew convinces B to pretend they’re still together for the sake of their friends and family. But we’re not buying it, and neither is B.
On her way to the feast, Clare has the talk with Eli. Asking him detailed questions about the affair, trying to figure out if they can move forward. Eli pleads his case but Clare is still confused about her feelings.
Clare and Drew are both an emotional mess and we all know what can happen when feeling vulnerable…
Eventually Eli shows up and Clare is ready to forgive him but that doesn’t mean she’s forgetting Drew.
Drew decides it’s time to let Bianca go. All he wants is for her to be happy, with or without him.
Love troubles are the last of worries for Tristan and Zoe. The pair have been working on putting together a play for the feast but Tris is still feeling guilty about Maya. She’s stuck at home on suspension while he’s having fun with the person that landed her there.
When Maya finds out about the play she can only think of one thing that tastes better than turkey — revenge.
Tristan figures the only hope he has for a truce between the girls is to help Maya even the score with a little holiday pie.
And it worked!