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What Degrassi’s Paige, Marco, Emma, and More of Your Faves Are Doing in 2016

Whatever it takes, Degrassi will lure every living alumnus not named Jimmy Brooks back to its hallowed halls one way or another. It's the high school no one ever really graduates from, and in its latest Netflix iteration, Degrassi: Next Class, the prolific show is celebrating a milestone few teen dramas ever make it off the chopping block to see: 500 episodes. In lieu of a boring reunion, Degrassi brought back some of its most beloved characters from Next Generation — Craig! Paige! Marco! — for Degrassi High's 60th anniversary in episode five of Next Class's second season, now streaming in full. You've seen some of the gang get back together in real life (even Drake!), but if you've been dying to know what became of their characters, Degrassi finally has some answers. So, (spoiler!) did Spinner and Emma's marriage actually last? Here's what some of your favorite Degrassi alums are up to in 2016.

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Craig Manning: Oh, Craig. Last we left Degrassi's notorious Casanova, he was off juggling a budding music career in L.A., partying with Pete Wentz, and his many women — which unbelievably, at the time, still included Ellie. Eight seasons later, while we don't get a glimpse of whatever love triangle he's no doubt caught in now, we do know his moody, slightly homeless vibe is going strong and he's apparently yet to write another song. He auditions for Degrassi's alumni gala with "Rescue You," the exact same somber ballad he wrote for Ellie while in rehab. So yes, the Crellie ship is still sailing.

Spinner Mason and Emma Nelson (Mason?): Still married, ugh. These two crazy kids had a drunken shotgun wedding at a casino in Niagara Falls in season nine and figured, hey, what the hell, let's just stay married. It's a plot decision nearly everyDegrassi producer has since admitted was a betrayal of fan trust, acknowledging that in no world would a Spinner and Emma union have made sense. ("I've always hoped that we could have a reunion episode ... and Emma will get together with her true love, Sean," executive producer Stephen Stohn has even confessed.) And yet, they show up to the Degrassi reunion still very much consciously coupled — though never in the same scene together, hmmm — with Spinner calling Snake Dad (cringe). In fact, Spemma are so darn settled, they're buying a house and doing Sunday dinners with Emma's parents. Spinner even pretends not to know what "turnt" means — at the ripe old age of 20-something!

Paige Michalchuk: The bitch is back, and though there's sadly no hint of what she's up to these days — aside from being BFFs with Marco, duh — we can rest easy knowing she's returned to make fun of the mythical Heather Sinclair and pass on her sage advise to teens in crisis. Oh, and provide Spinner with his weekly reminder that he was a fool in high school.

Marco Del Rossi: Presumably roommates for life with Paige and still teaching, we learn Marco has been spending his 20s getting extra woke listening to podcasts about how schools use zero-tolerance policies to enforce systemic racism. All that and he still manages to be Degrassi's best prom dress shops uk.

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