43 episodes

We’ve been mindless Degrassi fans since Drake was wheeling around at the bottom. We were there when James Tiberius Yorke was unjustly stabbed, we remember when we had to illegally download Manny’s abortion episode because American audiences apparently weren’t mature enough. We know exactly when we finally respected Darcy Edwards. We talked for years about when Degrassi would tackle a heart wrenching suicide storyline; we just weren’t ready for it to be Campbell.

Unlike some others we’ve also found ourselves fans of this show since the truest of Next Gen, back in 2002. That’s fourteen years of intense dedication. Quite simply we’ve grown up with this show. Sure, we might be in our twenties now, but we still get as excited about it as we did when we were just little girls.

Who are we, and why has it taken us this long to finally realize that we can actually share our views and opinions with others? We don’t really know either as to why it has taken us this long, but I guess better late than never. Right? Well, we’re Bayleigh Von Schneider and Caroline Orlin. Our story? We first met when we were junior high age and we took karate class together, little did we both know then that we shared a love for Canadian high school drama. Our Degrassi devotion and the true blossom of our friendship came when we took Chemistry class together in high school. The rest as they say is history.

Damn It, Degrassi! Damn It, Degrassi!

    • TV & Film
    • 3.6, 7 Ratings

We’ve been mindless Degrassi fans since Drake was wheeling around at the bottom. We were there when James Tiberius Yorke was unjustly stabbed, we remember when we had to illegally download Manny’s abortion episode because American audiences apparently weren’t mature enough. We know exactly when we finally respected Darcy Edwards. We talked for years about when Degrassi would tackle a heart wrenching suicide storyline; we just weren’t ready for it to be Campbell.

Unlike some others we’ve also found ourselves fans of this show since the truest of Next Gen, back in 2002. That’s fourteen years of intense dedication. Quite simply we’ve grown up with this show. Sure, we might be in our twenties now, but we still get as excited about it as we did when we were just little girls.

Who are we, and why has it taken us this long to finally realize that we can actually share our views and opinions with others? We don’t really know either as to why it has taken us this long, but I guess better late than never. Right? Well, we’re Bayleigh Von Schneider and Caroline Orlin. Our story? We first met when we were junior high age and we took karate class together, little did we both know then that we shared a love for Canadian high school drama. Our Degrassi devotion and the true blossom of our friendship came when we took Chemistry class together in high school. The rest as they say is history.

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

RRestivo ,

Best Degrassi Podcast Around!

You can't get a Degrassi podcast with more entertaining insight on the show than this one!

Clock full of beans ,

Way too Much Zoe

Great podcast if you want to listen to two people talk about Zoe Rivas for two hours. Plus one of then has an intensely grating Boston accent- says stuff like “Spinnuh” and “Hot rate monituh”- I had to give up after two podcasts.

RahRocks ,

No one cares about Zoe.

Let me start off by saying I'm a huge Degrassi fan. Started watching when TNG came out and was pretty solid fan for years. I recently just watched ALL of it again so I went looking for podcasts to fill the hole of wanting to listen to all things Degrassi.
Not to sound mean but this one bores me to tears. The episodes are way to long and I wouldn't mind long episodes if they stayed on track. I tried to keep listening but every single time all they want to do is go back and talk about Zoe forever. I don't mind the new characters but come on, can we stop talking about Zoe always and forever? Stick to your topic! Only gave them an extra star since they've been keeping up with it for so long, but had to his unsubscribe.

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