Oh yay, an episode starring Joey. First he’s all festive by topping off his outfit with a Santa hat. Indoors, he’s in a very exciting gray shirt. And THEN, he wears this flattering cream-colored turtleneck. And finally, a tux. One of those tuxes that comes with a shoulder towel. What’s that about anyway? I know I could Google it, but I like to wonder. I like life to have some mystery.
Continuing with this bland af color scheme, Joey wears more button up shirts and ties. That picture of him driving away in his car though – talk about pictures you can hear. “Rock on dudes!” Oh right, slapped there in the middle he does dress casually, in some weird polo and a waist apron. Tell me, why would you wear an apron from the waist down? What does that protect you from? Anyway, this is the episode where Joey thinks that Craig and Craig’s band actually care that Joey was in a pretend band once. And he’s super embarrassing, and then the camera accidentally films Craig talking smack, and then Joey watches it. It’s painful. God. I almost feel sorry for Joey. He’s very sad about being an adult. But Joey, just because you’re an adult doesn’t mean you have to look and be so boring.
DTNG FASHION S3E2: Father Figure Part 2 Aired: 2003
Here’s Joey, being absolutely no fun some more. He’s really mad he had to pick up Emma and Craig from Stouffville. He wears a black tee, jeans, and a khaki kind of jacket. And here in the woods, this may be the most repulsive outfit he’s ever worn. Who allowed this? Literally brown on brown on brown on brown on brown. I bet his shoes are also brown.
DTNG FASHION S3E1: Father Figure Part 1 Aired: 2003
Emma was looking through an old Degrassi yearbook, so here’s a little shot of Joey in a suit. I feel like this is actually a shot of Pat in later years, but whatever. And we also get a current Joey shot, wearing a blue shirt. It’s a nice little side-by-side. I do love the little bit of nostalgia they have weaved through this episode.
S2E21: Tears are Not Enough, Part 1 Aired: 2003
Joey’s just still, wearing boring clothes and being a boring person. He wears a grey shirt and tie, then he wears a khaki jacket, and then he wears a grey-blue polo. I also love that all of these shots make him look like a completely un-fun person. As you may know, I’m not a Joey fan. But I can’t deny that in DJH/DH he could be described as “a fun person” by some. And it IS sad how all that fun has been utterly drained out of him in adulthood.