It’s Tom again! I already shared the fun facts about Tom for for now we will just enjoy his presence. He wears a long sleeve blue v-neck, has gelled hair, and for some reason I have this mental image of him wearing flip flops with wide-leg jeans, but for some reason it’s not pictured here.
Spinner is rocking those crunchy shaggy curls like usual, a Volcom shirt, baggy jeans and skate shoes. He’s also finally tackling his homophobia. And the last outfit is more of the same with a pullover hoodie.
Sean’s only purpose in this episode is to make fun of JT for his commercial. Haha, I feel like if JT laughed along, he wouldn’t have been provoked so much. Anyway, Sean wears a hoodie, a beanie, and headphones.
It’s time for the random person and group shots category! First is this Supafly Fries guy. I was able to find out with my sleuthing skills that his name is Stan. He kinda looks like Marco. Then is some lady at the desk who THANKFULLY is not that mean Ms. Smith. She wears a neck scarf and a scoop neck top. Then I have a hallway shot here, simply showing the wide array of baggy and athletic-inspired clothing. Then, a shot of spirit squad practice. This next shot is great. Dude, these two guys have been very faithful extras on the show. The guy on the left is “you + me = destiny”! Their style is super cool and must have inspired the Lakehurst jerks who come in later on. Vests, camo, spikes, leather, beanies, and the like. Finally, this server from the restaurant. His name is Andrew. The fact that I know his name AND we see him more than once tempts me to give him his own post.
This first Paige outfit is actually really cute but not one that we remember, ya know? She’s got a hot pink jacket on with furry details, and she’s paired it with some khakis. She also has a couple of little braids in her hair. So cute! And I also threw in a shot of her in her cheer practice clothes.
Apparently this is the first time Marco’s parents have been featured on broomheadz! Also, Marco’s mom has a first name but his dad does not. Weird. Anyway, he somehow looks super Italian in his layers and newsboy hat. He also sports a nice mustache which will always bring me back to the thought of Wheels’s birth dad. Marco’s dad is very fussy and high energy. But he’s sweet. But homophobic. Degrassi really hits us with the complexities of personalities, right? I mean you want to like him but you also don’t.
So, we get a huge Marco haul today. First of all, his hair seems to be dyed black and full of some sort of texturizing product, I’m not sure. I wouldn’t call this a full-on awkward hair stage because it’s not really that bad, it just seems kinda confused sometimes. Or almost looks like a wig. Not that there’s anything wrong with wigs of course. So this first outfit is really cool – multiple layers with a flared-sleeve flared-pants silhouette. And I also had to grab screenshots of the frantic date-outfit choices. Honestly I’m not sure why Marco has any of these in his closet. The shimmery clubby shirt, which is awesome, the peasant Oliver Twist shirt, and the cowboy shirt – also awesome. And with Spinner’s help, he settles on “sporty”, a black and yellow getup strangely reminiscent of bees, which he hates. And he puts on a fedora which Dylan immediately rejects. I think that is super rude, mortifying, and honestly not in Dylan’s character, right? And lastly, Marco’s all a mess in flare pants, a tee, and a zip up jacket.
Manny is still in her like, eternal walk of shame era. First she’s in a velour pink sweatsuit, complete with sunglasses on her head deep into the night. We also see her in cheer practice for a bit. And finally, she wears her patchwork fur jacket with some casual khakis.