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‘Degrassi’ Recap: Fiona Chooses Girls & Anya Rejects Owen… Again!

Sat, April 9, 2011 3:18pm EDT by Andy Swift 2 Comments

Lots of changes this week! Should Anya give Owen a chance? Will Alli get back with Drew? Read on & tell us!

Just as Annie Clark hinted in our interview, the April 8 episode of Degrassi brought the end of “Fadam,” as Fiona finally realized she only liked the girl-half of transgender boyfriend Adam (Jordan Todosey.) And while the announcement came as a shock to Mama Coyne (aka the classiest woman of all time), I think everyone’s a little relieved to hear Fiona’s not into guys — at least this means she won’t be kissing her brother again!

And even though Fiona’s dreams were full of “Folly J” action, she decided not to act on her impulses with Holly J (Charlotte Arnold) — not yet, at least. Maybe Fiona isn’t as attracted to girls on dialysis as she thought she did.

Meanwhile in Degrassi-land, Alli (Melinda Shankar) continued her mission to tutor the school’s less-scholarly types in the hopes of getting in good with the teachers. Bianca (Alicia Josipovic) was thrilled at the prospect of getting a school dance as a reward, but was none too pleased to see Alli getting close with Drew (Luke Bilyk) again. Is the Queen of the Boiler Room worried about losing her King?

And then there’s Anya (Samantha Munro), who can’t seem to do anything right with guys lately. She got Owen (Daniel Kelly) a second chance in CRP class after his big emotional apology last week, only to be greeted with a super-awkward bear hug from him at The Dot. In typical Anya fashion, it didn’t take long for her to put the jerky jock in his place.

Am I the only one thinks she needs to get back with Sav (Raymond Ablack?) Her dating history since breaking up with him — if you can count boner-fiend Wesley, the ever-statutory Dr. Chris, and now bear-hugger Owen as “dating” — has been a disaster. Besides, Holly J. admitted to being more in love with Declan (Landon Liboiron) than she is with Sav.

…So what’s the problem here?