Degrassi (season 10)
|Degrassi (season 10)|
Degrassi Season 10 DVD
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of episodes||44|
|Original network||MuchMusic (Canada)
TeenNick (United States)
|Original release||July 19, 2010– April 22, 2011|
The tenth season of Degrassi premiered in Canada on July 19, 2010, concluded on April 22, 2011, and consists of 44 episodes. Degrassi is a Canadian serial teen drama television series. Previously known as Degrassi: The Next Generation, the suffix "the Next Generation" was dropped this season, due to the original next generation of students having all been written out. With the start of the tenth season, the series has survived longer than the nine-year gap between Degrassi High's telemovie School's Out, and Degrassi’s premiere episode "Mother and Child Reunion".
Although only two school years have passed in the story timeline since season six, season ten is set in the first semester, and first half of the second semester, in which the years it aired. Writers have been able to use a semi-floating timeline, so that the issues depicted are modern for their viewers. This season depicts the lives of a group of high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors, as they deal with some of the challenges and issues that teenagers face such as domestic violence, dysfunctional families, self image, bullying, sexual harassment, gender identity/transsexualism, teenage pregnancy, online predators, homophobia, school violence, divorce, religion, kidney failure, self-harm, alcoholism, sexual identity, financial difficulties, running away and relationships.
This season doubled the order of episodes, and switched to a telenovela/soap opera format, with the show airing new episodes four days a week, for the first 24 episodes. Production for the season began on March 26, 2010 at Epitome Pictures' studios in Toronto, Ontario. This was the first season not to air on broadcast television. It is also the first season to have simultaneous airings in Canada and the United States. This was the earliest start to a season. In the US, the first 24 episodes of season ten were promoted as Degrassi: The Boiling Point, while the final twelve episodes of the season were promoted as Degrassi: In Too Deep. The fifth Degrassi dedicated soundtrack, Degrassi: The Boiling Point, was released February 1, 2011.
The tenth season features twenty-four actors who receive star billing with sixteen of them returning from the previous season. Returning cast members include:
- Raymond Ablack as Sav Bhandari (33 episodes)
- Charlotte Arnold as Holly J. Sinclair (33 episodes)
- Stefan Brogren as Archie "Snake" Simpson (20 episodes)
- Annie Clark as Fiona Coyne (26 episodes)
- Sam Earle as K.C. Guthrie (25 episodes)
- Jahmil French as Dave Turner (29 episodes)
- Judy Jiao as Leia Chang (2 episodes)
- Jamie Johnston as Peter Stone (4 episodes)
- Argiris Karras as Riley Stavros (12 episodes)
- Landon Liboiron as Declan Coyne (9 episodes)
- Jajube Mandiela as Chantay Black (19 episodes)
- Samantha Munro as Anya MacPherson (27 episodes)
- Aislinn Paul as Clare Edwards (35 episodes)
- A.J. Saudin as Connor Deslauriers (20 episodes)
- Melinda Shankar as Alli Bhandari (31 episodes)
- Jessica Tyler as Jenna Middleton (24 episodes)
Beginning this season, Stefan Brogren is the only original cast member to still appear in the series.
Joining the main cast this season are:
- Luke Bilyk as Drew Torres (26 episodes)
- Munro Chambers as Eli Goldsworthy (27 episodes)
- Alicia Josipovic as Bianca DeSousa (19 episodes)
- Cory Lee as Ms. Oh (25 episodes)
- Jordan Todosey as Adam Torres (25 episodes)
- Spencer Van Wyck as Wesley Betenkamp (28 episodes) (promoted after appearing in a season nine episode)
The eight actors from season nine who did not return this season were:
All left the series except for Scott Paterson, who made a guest appearance in the season and Shane Kippel who made a guest appearance in season 14.
Season ten was produced by Epitome Pictures in association with Much/CTV. Funding was provided by The Canadian Media Fund, RBC Royal Bank, The Shaw Rocket Fund, The Independent Production Fund: Mountain Cable Program, The Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit, and the Ontario Film and Television Tax Credit.
Linda Schuyler, co-creator of the Degrassi franchise and CEO of Epitome Pictures, served as an executive producer with her husband, and President of Epitome Pictures, Stephen Stohn. Brendon Yorke is also credited as an executive producer, and Sarah Glinski is credited as a co-executive producer. David Lowe and Stefan Brogren are the producers, and Stephanie Williams the supervising producer. The casting director is Stephanie Gorin, and the editors are Jason B. Irvine, Gordon Thorne, and Paul Whitehead.
The executive story editors are Duana Taha and Matt Huether, the story editors are Michael Grassi and Cole Bastedo, and Lauren Gosnell is the story coordinator. Episode writers for the season are Cole Bastedo, Sarah Glinski, Michael Grassi, Matt Huether, James Hurst, Vera Santamaria, Shelly Scarrow, Duana Taha, and Brendon Yorke. The director of photography is Alwyn J. Kumst, and the directors are Mario Azzopardi, Stefan Brogren, Phil Earnshaw, Sturla Gunnarsson, Eleanore Lindo, Samir Rehem, Stefan Scaini, and Pat Williams.
In Canada, more than one million viewers tuned in to watch the first four episodes. Degrassi was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award in the Best Drama Series category, alongside Brothers & Sisters, Grey's Anatomy, Pretty Little Liars, and the winner True Blood. These awards, honouring works that fairly and accurately represent the LGBT community and issues, were announced March 19, 2011.
The two-part episode "My Body Is a Cage", centering on transgender character Adam's struggles with his family over his gender identity, won a 2010 Peabody Award for presenting its subject in a manner that "neither trivializes nor overdramatizes its subject". It also received a nomination for a Primetime Emmy Award in the outstanding children's program category, alongside iCarly, Victorious, Wizards of Waverly Place, and winner A Child's Garden of Poetry.
In the 26th Gemini Awards, Linda Schuyler, Stefan Brogren, David Lowe, Stephen Stohn, Stephanie Williams, and Brendon Yorke, won an award for best children's or youth fiction program or series, for producing Degrassi. Directors Phil Earnshaw and Pat Williams were nominated for "My Body Is a Cage (Part 2)" and "All Falls Down (Part 2)" respectively, for best direction in a children's or youth program or series, "All Falls Down (Part 2)" would win. "My Body Is a Cage (Part 2)" would win a Gemini for Jordan Todosey (Adam Torres) in best performance in a children's or youth program or series, however the writer, Michael Grassi, lost to an episode of Spliced, an animated series, for writing in a children's or youth program or series. At the 2011 Young Artist Awards, A.J. Saudin was nominated as a Recurring Young Actor in the Best Performance in a TV Series.
The first run, of 24 episodes, began after the feature-length film Degrassi Takes Manhattan in July 2010, and ran for six weeks. This is also the first season that the episodes aired on the same nights in Canada and the United States, with the exception being the first week, when the United States was one day behind Canada. This is the first time that the opening credits have been revised halfway through the season, and was repeated for season 11 and 12.
|Title||Canadian airdate||US airdate||Production code|
|1||189||"What a Girl Wants" Part One||July 19, 2010||July 20, 2010||1001|
|Holly J. is back for her senior year at Degrassi with a mission to be student council president, but when Sav decides to run against her, Holly J. grows worried when he proves to be popular among the students. Meanwhile, Fiona prepares for a drama-free school year until her new boyfriend, Bobby becomes too controlling. Also, Dave makes a list of the hottest Degrassi girls to impress Alli, but there is an error in the computer programming, and Alli is ranked low.|
|2||190||"What a Girl Wants" Part Two||July 20, 2010||July 21, 2010||1002|
|Fiona forgives Bobby for hitting her until she finds out he is cheating on her with his ex-girlfriend, Tinsley. Feeling alone, she is left with a difficult decision. Meanwhile, Holly J. enlists Anya to fake a pregnancy in order to make Sav quit the election. However, Sav uses it to his benefit and vows to Anya that he will be there for her while she's "carrying" his child. Also, in order to exact revenge, Alli decides to make a "Biggest Losers" list and puts Dave at the top.|
|3||191||"Breakaway" Part One||July 21, 2010||July 22, 2010||1003|
|When Fiona feels like she has no one to turn to and realizes she cannot handle the scrutiny in New York, she runs to the only friend she can trust. Meanwhile, Anya has to come clean to Sav and reveal that Holly J. talked her into faking a pregnancy in order to make him drop out of the race. Also, Jenna starts a rumor when she overhears a conversation involving surgery between Clare and Alli.|
|4||192||"Breakaway" Part Two||July 22, 2010||July 23, 2010||1004|
|Holly J. has to take a SAT prep course in order to get into Yale, but due to her family's financial difficulties, she cannot afford it. She now must decide if she's willing to risk Fiona's friendship to get what she wants. Meanwhile, Anya and Sav face the difficult decision of telling everyone that they faked her pregnancy. Also, Clare finds out about Jenna's rumor after a rather personal encounter with Wesley.|
|5||193||"99 Problems" Part One||July 26, 2010||July 26, 2010||1005|
|Riley competes with new student Drew for the first quarterback position on the football team. When Drew overhears a conversation between Riley and Zane, he blackmails Riley. Meanwhile, Alli tries out for the Power Squad to be in the popular crowd but finds out how tough Chantay is. Also, K.C. is becoming more popular with the girls after joining the football team and triggers Jenna's jealousy.|
|6||194||"99 Problems" Part Two||July 27, 2010||July 27, 2010||1006|
|Riley takes his feud with Drew too far, putting his position on the football team and relationship with Zane in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Alli makes a dance troupe to rival the Power Squad. But her plan backfires due to her own attitude. Also, Jenna's jealousy gets the best of her when she searches K.C.'s phone and finds something interesting.|
|7||195||"Better Off Alone" Part One||July 28, 2010||July 28, 2010||1007|
|K.C.'s mother comes back into his life and reveals that she is seeking custody of him. K.C. decides to do whatever it takes to ensure that he stays at the group home. Meanwhile, in English class, Clare's struggles with writing about non-vampire topics leads her to a writing partner, Eli, who convinces her to break out of her shell and express herself. Also, Alli asks Dave for guy advice, but he misunderstands which guy she means.|
|8||196||"Better Off Alone" Part Two||July 29, 2010||July 29, 2010||1008|
|K.C.'s resistance at moving back in with his mother leads to lashing out at the wrong people, and the person who helps him pick up the pieces is the last person he expects. Meanwhile, when she is worried that her parents might be heading for divorce, Eli convinces Clare to express her feelings through her writing. Also, Alli considers Drew to be her boyfriend, but that might be news to him.|
|9||197||"I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" Part One||August 2, 2010||August 2, 2010||1009|
|Sav desperately tries to prove to his parents that he is responsible enough to go to a concert but runs into unforeseen circumstances. Meanwhile, Jenna obsesses over her weight for the upcoming Power Squad Calendar photo shoot when she can't fit into her uniform. Also, Fiona's loneliness leads her to an unlikely companion.|
|10||198||"I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" Part Two||August 3, 2010||August 3, 2010||1010|
|Tired of his parents' strict rules, Sav comes up with the perfect plan in order to take his father's truck out to the concert with Adam and Eli. Meanwhile, Jenna tries diet pills and suffers humiliating results. Also, Fiona's pet pig Porcelina messes up her apartment.|
|11||199||"Try Honesty" Part One||August 4, 2010||August 4, 2010||1011|
|Declan plans a road trip to Yale University, but Holly J. can't afford it. Later on, Holly J. begins to think that Declan is cheating on her when she sees cozy pictures of Declan and Tinsley online. Meanwhile, Eli gets himself involved in a feud with school bully, Fitz. Also, Dave, Wesley and Connor form a band as a way to get girls, but they soon run into an unexpected problem.|
|12||200||"Try Honesty" Part Two||August 5, 2010||August 5, 2010||1012|
Declan returns to town and begins offering financial help to Holly J. But when she starts to feel like a kept woman, Holly J. must choose between her relationship with Declan and her self-respect. Meanwhile, Eli puts his plan for revenge into effect, starting a war between him and Fitz. Also, Connor and Wesley enlist Sav's help in auto-tuning Dave's horrible singing.
Note: This is the 200th episode in The Next Generation series, and the number 200 was said in dialogue three times.
|13||201||"You Don't Know My Name" Part One||August 9, 2010||August 9, 2010||1013|
|Alli wants to be in an official relationship with Drew, and in order to prove that she is worthy of being his girlfriend, she does his history assignment for him. Sav and Holly J work together on a dance for Above the Dot, and realize that they may have feelings for each other. Connor is staying up all night and playing an online role playing game, over which he has met a girl.|
|14||202||"You Don't Know My Name" Part Two||August 10, 2010||August 10, 2010||1014|
|Drew realizes how much he likes Alli and attempts to win her back when she starts playing hard to get. In Holly J.'s mind, she knows that she and Sav can only be friends, but her heart begins telling her differently. Connor is in for a surprise when he meets his online girlfriend in real life.|
|15||203||"My Body Is a Cage" Part One||August 11, 2010||August 11, 2010||1015|
Adam just wants to be a normal boy in high school but soon realizes that it will be impossible when his classmates start finding out that he is a female-to-male transgender. Leia convinces a suspicious Anya to believe that her mother is having an affair but discovers that it's even worse. Dave attempts to get on Ms. Oh's good side and decides to do a little research on her.
Guest star: Jean-Marc Généreux as gym instructor.
|16||204||"My Body Is a Cage" Part Two||August 12, 2010||August 12, 2010||1016|
After realizing what his life would now be like, Adam appeases his family and fellow students by detransitioning back into "Gracie," which unbeknownst to them brings back a harmful old habit. Meanwhile, Anya struggles with finding out that her mother has cancer, which comes at a bad time when she has to do a project with two people whom she doesn't want to see: Sav and Holly J. Also, Dave wonders what is wrong with Ms. Oh.
Guest star: Jean-Marc Généreux as gym instructor.Note: This is the 300th episode in the Degrassi franchise.
|17||205||"Tears Dry on Their Own" Part One||August 16, 2010||August 16, 2010||1017|
|Alli thinks Jenna is pregnant when she starts showing symptoms, but she is too worried about her audition for Next Teen Star to take these symptoms seriously. Connor reconnects with his older online love, which leaves Wesley and Dave worried. Riley avoids the football team and Zane and hangs out with Anya.|
|18||206||"Tears Dry on Their Own" Part Two||August 17, 2010||August 17, 2010||1018|
|Jenna finds out that she is pregnant, and with her parents out of the picture and just her brother on whom to rely, she seeks comfort in K.C., only to find out that he expects her to get an abortion. Meanwhile, Connor secretly contacts his online girlfriend and makes plans to see her. Also, Anya and Riley are both attracted to her mother's doctor and investigate to find out for which team he plays.|
|19||207||"Still Fighting It" Part One||August 18, 2010||August 18, 2010||1019|
|Riley attempts to fit in with the guys on the football team, but when he sees how "harmless" gay jokes affect Zane, he decides it's time to take a stand. Sparks fly between Eli and Clare, but Eli soon gives Clare mixed signals. In exchange for tutelage, Drew helps Wesley to be cool in order to impress Anya.|
|20||208||"Still Fighting It" Part Two||August 19, 2010||August 19, 2010||1020|
|Riley risks his renewed relationship with Zane when he violently overreacts to Owen's homophobic comments. Meanwhile, Clare is determined to get to the bottom of Eli's mysterious secret. Also, Drew tries to teach Wesley to be more confident just in time for an Eligible Bachelor's Auction at school.|
|21||209||"Purple Pills" Part One||August 23, 2010||August 23, 2010||1021|
|Fiona becomes stressed when she has to record her testimony against Bobby and self-medicates by drinking champagne, which could put the school's biggest event of the year in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Riley is finally ready to make his relationship with Zane official, but he's afraid that coming out might ruin the mood for the upcoming football game. Also, Adam is feeling rejected by Eli, now that he is involved with Clare, and decides to befriend Fitz.|
|22||210||"Purple Pills" Part Two||August 24, 2010||August 24, 2010||1022|
|Fiona continues to drink champagne as a coping mechanism, which could ruin her deposition against Bobby and her exams. Meanwhile, Riley must decide if he's ready to be a poster boy for gay athletes when he is scouted for college football. Also, Adam doesn't like the way Fitz treats him and decides to do something about it.|
|23||211||"All Falls Down" Part One||August 25, 2010||August 25, 2010||1023|
|When Bianca begins flirting with him, Drew must decide whether to remain faithful to his girlfriend, Alli, or give into temptation. Clare has had enough of the Eli/Fitz rivalry and decides to put a stop to it. Sav and Holly J. have to convince Mr. Simpson to ignore the PTA ruling to cancel the "Night in Vegas" dance by promising to keep the event trouble-free.|
|24||212||"All Falls Down" Part Two||August 26, 2010||August 26, 2010||1024|
|Degrassi will never be the same after the "Night in Vegas" dance: Alli finds out about Drew's indiscretion with Bianca in the boiler room and decides to get back at him by doing something she may regret forever; growing closer to each other, Holly J. and Sav sneak out of the dance to have a little fun, and the feud between Eli and Fitz gets out of hand and reaches a serious level of violence--possibly even fatal.|
|25||213||"Don't Let Me Get Me" Part One||October 8, 2010||October 8, 2010||1025|
|The students return from winter break to find out Degrassi is under the weight of a major discipline crackdown. Meanwhile, Alli must deal with an increasing rumor that she had inappropriate relations at the school at Vegas night. Also, Jenna feels pressured to have a sob story to garner votes in Next Teen Star.|
|26||214||"Don't Let Me Get Me" Part Two||October 8, 2010||October 8, 2010||1026|
|Alli's past indiscretions at Degrassi comes back to haunt her, causing her reevaluate her life and make a difficult decision about her future. Meanwhile, after Jenna reveals her pregnancy on Next Teen Star, she is now forced to deal with the fact that she will soon be a teen mom.|
|27||215||"Love Lockdown" Part One||October 15, 2010||October 15, 2010||1027|
|Declan has returned from New York to attend the Grundy Awards and to win back Holly J. Finding out that she is now with Sav, it proves more difficult. Meanwhile, Clare's parents want to have the dreaded "family talk" on the same night as her first real date with Eli. Also, Chantay tries to fight to keep the Power Squad running.|
|28||216||"Love Lockdown" Part Two||October 22, 2010||October 22, 2010||1028|
|Holly J. is conflicted over what she did with Declan at his party and doesn't know if it was just bad decision or something much worse--like rape. Meanwhile, Clare uses her newfound rebellion and her dark boyfriend, Eli, as a way to create common ground between her parents and get them back together. Also, after finding out about the other clubs, Chantay rallies everyone together to take a stand against Mr. Simpson.|
|29||217||"Umbrella" Part One||October 29, 2010||October 29, 2010||1029|
|Clare's parents are divorcing whether she likes it or not. Feeling totally uneasy and irrelevant in her own home, she's despondent, but Eli's parents have a strange offer. Meanwhile, Drew and Adam run a food drive and ask Fiona to volunteer, but both are attracted to her and try to flirt with her. Also, Dave's police officer father is stationed at Degrassi, and Wes does not understand why Dave is embarrassed.|
|30||218||"Umbrella" Part Two||November 5, 2010||November 5, 2010||1030|
|Clare and Eli's differences continue to clash, but she soon discovers the shocking answer to all of her questions about Eli. Meanwhile, Adam continues to grow jealous of the flirting between Drew and Fiona. Also, Dave will do anything he can to prove to his new friends that he is nothing like his dad, even if he hurts Wesley in the process.|
|31||219||"Halo" Part One||November 12, 2010||November 12, 2010||1031|
|Jenna feels alone in her pregnancy but finds that Sav is the one guy that is willing to give his time for her. True, he's dating Holly J., but that won't stop Jenna. Meanwhile, K.C. and Drew like the same girl. Also, Wesley and Anya plan their date, but he begins to worry about premature ejaculation after having a wet dream. And Adam tries to impress Fiona after she begins missing dances in New York.|
|32||220||"Halo" Part Two||November 19, 2010||November 19, 2010||1032|
|Jenna puts Sav and Holly J.'s relationship in jeopardy when she attempts to steal Sav away, and all the while K.C. begins having feelings for Jenna again. Meanwhile, Wesley's little problem erupts when he purchases a sexual endurance drug for his date with Anya. Meanwhile, Adam, with the help of Clare and Eli, organizes a secret party for Degrassi students with the intention of impressing Fiona.|
|33||221||"When Love Takes Over" Part One||February 11, 2011||February 11, 2011||1033|
|It is Sweetheart Week at Degrassi. Meanwhile, Adam and Fiona begin to reconnect when he suggests she try out for a part in the school play. Also, after Anya's mother's cancer has disappeared, Anya pursues a relationship with the eight-years-older doctor. And Dave meets Sadie, and they make a date, but he finds out she is much taller than him.|
|34||222||"When Love Takes Over" Part Two||February 11, 2011||February 11, 2011||1034|
|Adam is denial when it becomes obvious that Fiona has a drinking problem and soon has to make a difficult decision regarding her health. Meanwhile, Anya begins to feel guilty when she continues to lie about her age to Dr. Chris. Also, Dave attempts to apologize to Sadie about the comments he made.|
|35||223||"The Way We Get By" Part One||February 18, 2011||February 18, 2011||1035|
|Despite helping the basketball team win, Drew finds he is not as popular with the girls as he was last semester, due to what he did with Bianca. Meanwhile, after some hesitation to do something in which Zane is interested, Riley attends an art showing with him. Also, Alli has trouble making friends at her all-girls school.|
|36||224||"The Way We Get By" Part Two||February 25, 2011||February 25, 2011||1036|
|Drew attempts to get his friends to accept Bianca, but he soon realizes that she may be as bad as everyone thinks. Meanwhile, Riley does his best to make his mother accept that he's gay. Also, Alli continues to be surprised by Malika's bad girl ways.|
|37||225||"Jesus, Etc." Part One||March 4, 2011||March 4, 2011||1037|
|A newly religious Fitz has been released from juvie and desperately wants to apologize to Clare and Eli, which causes problems in their relationship when Clare thinks Eli has become too controlling. Meanwhile, Sav has to compose an original song to submit to the Music Conservatory and needs a drummer. After choosing Drew, Sav must hide his betrayal from Alli. Also, Jenna wants to focus all of her attention on learning everything she can about babies, and KC isn’t exactly helping things.|
|38||226||"Jesus, Etc." Part Two||March 11, 2011||March 11, 2011||1038|
|Fitz continues to talk to Clare about his newfound faith and sends her numerous emails throughout the night. Clare also begins to see Eli's true colors. Meanwhile, Sav is unsure if Alli's disappearance is part of an attention-seeking stunt or cause for alarm. Also, K.C. and Jenna babysit a six-year-old to test their parenting readiness.|
|39||227||"Hide and Seek" Part One||March 18, 2011||March 18, 2011||1039|
|As Holly J. and Chantay prepare to do a work study for a city councilor, Holly J. begins to feel extremely tired and sick and wonders if something is really wrong with her. Meanwhile, Alli is staying at Toronto University with her ex-boyfriend, Johnny, and makes plans to run away to Vancouver. Also, Wesley realizes that he hasn't accomplished anything he set out to do and decides to set a world record in pogo stick jumping.|
|40||228||"Hide and Seek" Part Two||March 25, 2011||March 25, 2011||1040|
|Holly J.'s list of symptoms are getting longer and more dangerous as she ignores her friends' pleas to seek help. Meanwhile, Alli tries to leave Toronto but realizes that it will be hard to survive on her own. Also, Wesley makes his attempt to set the Guinness World Record for most Pogo stick jumps in a 24-hour period.|
|41||229||"Chasing Pavements" Part One||April 1, 2011||April 1, 2011||1041|
|Fiona has successfully completed inpatient rehab, and she's feeling strong and in control but soon struggles with her sobriety when her court trial against Bobby arrives. Meanwhile, Alli is back at Degrassi, and to keep her mind off Drew, she prepares for a standardized math exam. Also, Anya gets stuck with Owen for a partner in CPR class and grows uncomfortable with the way he touches her.|
|42||230||"Chasing Pavements" Part Two||April 8, 2011||April 8, 2011||1042|
|Fiona questions her feelings for Adam while also beginning to see Holly J. in a different light. Meanwhile, Alli promises the tenth-grade class a school dance if they do well in the math exam and helps everyone study. Also, Anya begins to feel bad for getting Owen kicked out of CPR class.|
|43||231||"Drop the World" Part One||April 15, 2011||April 15, 2011||1043|
|Eli is getting increasingly intense about his and Clare's need for togetherness, which begins to creep her out. Meanwhile, Holly J. realizes that she is getting bored with her relationship with Sav and tries to figure out a gentle way to break up with him. Also, Jenna worries that K.C.'s apartment won't be ready for the baby and freaks out after he does not set up the crib when he said he would.|
|44||232||"Drop the World" Part Two||April 22, 2011||April 22, 2011||1044|
|Clare grows increasingly scared of Eli and his crazy behavior and demands space between them. In order to win her back, Eli makes a destructive choice that could possibly end his life. Meanwhile, Holly J. tries to redirect Fiona's unrequited love elsewhere but in the process makes things awkward between them. Also, Jenna goes into labor at the dance, while K.C. parties with his friends at his apartment.|
|Season 10, Part 1|
|May 17, 2011|
|Season 10, Part 2|
|September 27, 2011||September 13, 2011|
|The Complete Season 10|
|October 18, 2011||September 13, 2011|
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