Today’s the day we celebrate the frustrating, but beautiful world of mathematics! In honor of Pi Day, here’s a few Degrassi episodes for you to check out…

Rumors & Reputations (TNG Season 1, Ep 10) – Liberty’s embarrassed to tell her friends that she has dyscalculia, and Emma assumes the worst when she spots Liberty and Coach ArmstrongĀ alone together. This isĀ also the episode that spawned the legendary Degrassi fansite, Boycott The Caf.

Can’t see the video? Watch it here.


Accidents Will Happen, Part 1 (TNG Season 3, Ep 14) – The subplots in AWH are often completely overshadowed by the obviously-heavy content of Manny’s storyline, but the subplot involving Jimmy and Toby in this episode is pretty interesting because of their history. Toby tries to become friends with Jimmy again by hacking into the school’s computer system to change Jimmy’s low math grade, but of course the plan goes horribly wrong.

Can’t see the video? Watch it here.


In Your Eyes (TNG Season 9, Ep 18) – By this point in Season 9 Clare and KC have been broken up for a while, but Clare reaches out to KC to help tutor him in math. However, Jenna convinces KC to cheat off Clare’s paper during their exam.

Can’t see the video? Watch it here.


Walking In My Shoes (Degrassi Season 14, Ep 16) – The episode that (hopefully) showed viewers that Lola is much smarter than seems, trouble arises as Frankie cheats off of Lola’s math test and refuses to own up to it.

Can’t see the video? Watch it here.

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Posted by Kary

One Comment

  1. AmethystBeloved March 22, 2017 at 8:33 am

    Thank you for this thoughtful blog post about the math related episodes through out the history of Degrassi. Shout out to Mr. Armstrong who has been who’s been kicking around since Season 1.

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