History Awesome / Degrassi

13th Jul '17 12:08:39 AM SparkyYoungUpstart
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* Winston's absolute verbal demolishing of Esme after he and Zoë apologize for a presentation on Imperial that Esme considered insensitive and she tried to rub it into Zoë's face. He points out that Esme only attacked Zoë for portraying a Japanese geisha, but did not attack him for playing a Imperial Japanese Army officer despite himself being of Korean ethnicity instead of Japanese, pointing out her hypocrisy while doing so.

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* Winston's absolute verbal demolishing of Esme after he and Zoë apologize for a presentation on Imperial Japan that Esme considered insensitive and she tried to rub it into Zoë's face. He points out that Esme only attacked Zoë for portraying a Japanese geisha, but did not attack him for playing a Imperial Japanese Army officer despite himself being of Korean ethnicity instead of Japanese, pointing out her hypocrisy while doing so.
12th Jul '17 9:55:49 PM xk98x
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* Becky's utter refusal to forgive her brother in "There's Your Trouble" is pretty awesome in its own right, but her subsequent verbal evisceration of him must be seen to be believed. TookALevelInBadass, indeed.

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* Becky's utter refusal to forgive her brother in "There's Your Trouble" is pretty awesome in its own right, but her subsequent verbal evisceration takedown of him must be seen to be believed. TookALevelInBadass, indeed.
9th Jun '17 4:12:48 PM whisperhugscoundrel
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**Zoe's actions are even more awesome when you consider the girl was actually Frankie, who had abandoned Zoe earlier and told her she was asking to be sexually assaulted.
7th Jun '17 8:12:21 PM mouschilight
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** When Dallas and Luke wouldn't leave Katie and especially Clare alone, Dallas starts to goad "garden boy" and "theater kid." Only for Eli to interrupt him ''mid-sentence'' by ''punching him in the face''. It was enough to give Dallas a bloody nose.

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** When Dallas and Luke wouldn't leave Katie and especially Clare alone, Dallas starts to goad "garden boy" and "theater kid.geek." Only for Eli to interrupt him ''mid-sentence'' by ''punching him in the face''. It was enough to give Dallas a bloody nose.
4th Jun '17 10:20:31 AM mouschilight
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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoë because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''nine guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Principal Simpson, and three cops--physically keep him away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.

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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoë because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''nine ''six guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Principal Simpson, and three cops--physically a cop--physically keep him away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene and three more cops join the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.
4th Jun '17 10:06:37 AM mouschilight
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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoë, because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''nine guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Principal Simpson, and three cops--physically keep him away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.

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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoë, Zoë because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''nine guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Principal Simpson, and three cops--physically keep him away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.
4th Jun '17 10:05:46 AM mouschilight
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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoë, because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''six guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Principal Simpson, and a cop--physically keep him away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.

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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoë, because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''six ''nine guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Principal Simpson, and a cop--physically three cops--physically keep him away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.
27th May '17 7:35:14 PM mouschilight
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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoë, because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''six guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Simpson, and a cop--physically keep him away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.

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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoë, because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''six guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Principal Simpson, and a cop--physically keep him away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.
27th May '17 10:54:47 AM mouschilight
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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoe sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoe, because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoe. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''six guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Simpson, and a cop--hold him back. Finally, although both Becky and Zoe are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoe was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.

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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoe Zoë sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoe, Zoë, because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoe. Zoë. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''six guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Simpson, and a cop--hold cop--physically keep him back. away from the two girls. Finally, although both Becky and Zoe Zoë are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoe Zoë was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.
27th May '17 10:51:11 AM mouschilight
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** When Dallas and Luke wouldn't leave Katie and especially Clare alone, Dallas starts to goad "garden boy" and "theatre kid." Only for Eli to interrupt him ''mid-sentence'' by ''punching him in the face''. It was enough to give Dallas a bloody nose.

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** When Dallas and Luke wouldn't leave Katie and especially Clare alone, Dallas starts to goad "garden boy" and "theatre "theater kid." Only for Eli to interrupt him ''mid-sentence'' by ''punching him in the face''. It was enough to give Dallas a bloody nose.



* Winston's absolute verbal demolishing of Esme after he and Zoë apologise for a presentation on Imperial that Esme considered insensitive and she tried to rub it into Zoë's face. He points out that Esme only attacked Zoë for portraying a Japanese geisha, but did not attack him for playing a Imperial Japanese Army officer despite himself being of Korean ethnicity instead of Japanese, pointing out her hypocrisy while doing so.

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* Winston's absolute verbal demolishing of Esme after he and Zoë apologise apologize for a presentation on Imperial that Esme considered insensitive and she tried to rub it into Zoë's face. He points out that Esme only attacked Zoë for portraying a Japanese geisha, but did not attack him for playing a Imperial Japanese Army officer despite himself being of Korean ethnicity instead of Japanese, pointing out her hypocrisy while doing so.


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* The end of Season 13's "Unbelievable." Zoe sees her rapist, Luke, flirting with a girl on the Power Squad. She whispers, "Hell no," shoves Luke away from the girl, and announces to everyone that he was her rapist. When she starts attacking him, Becky holds her back and announces that she has proof to back up Zoe, because she has Luke's phone, which has more videos of him and Neil raping Zoe. When Luke tries to retrieve his phone from his sister, ''six guys''--Miles, Drew, Dallas, Tristan, Simpson, and a cop--hold him back. Finally, although both Becky and Zoe are crying, Becky hugs the younger girl and whispers words of reassurance as she takes her away from the scene. Keep in mind that Becky didn't even know who Zoe was and she knew very well that outing her brother would destroy her family, but in the end she chose to do the right thing.
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