"It would be tragic if Ashley lost today, but if she did, If I, Liberty Van Zandt, am elected secretary, I would work closely with J.T. to ensure excellent standards of student government."
Liberty Elizabeth Van Zandt is a graduate of Degrassi Community School and valedictorian of the Class of 2007. In the earlier seasons, Liberty was known as the annoying and clingy over-achiever, but was just misunderstood and was very lonely. As she grew older, she became less annoying, but the judgmental streak of her personality was never dampened. She attended Smithdale University. Liberty has always been extremely intelligent and strives to be the best at everything she does despite her dyscalculia.
At the age of fifteen, she was impregnated by J.T. Yorke, the person she had been in love with since Grade 7. Although she desperately wanted to keep her son, the two teenage parents-to-be settled on adoption because they were both terrified of what a child would do to their futures, although J.T.'s future was short-lived, for he died when he was 17, leaving Liberty heartbroken.
She is best friends with Emma Nelson and Manny Santos, and also close friends with Toby Isaacs, and J.T. Yorke before his death. She was rivals with Mia Jones though she made amends with her. Liberty has had two relationships, Towerz, and J.T. Yorke. Her younger brother is Danny Van Zandt. She was portrayed by Sarah Barrable-Tishauer.
- 1 Character History
- 2 Appearances
- 3 Trivia
- 4 Quotes
- 5 Relationships
- 6 Interaction
Liberty, until graduation, lived at home with her parents and younger brother Danny. She was often seen as a know-it-all, and tended to get jealous easily.
Over the years, she has toned down her need to be the best and is very outgoing around her friends.
Underneath her ambitious exterior, she is really just a loving and empathetic person.
Liberty is highly intelligent, but she is revealed to have a learning disability in season 1. This did not faze her from achieving over the years.
Liberty and Manny remain with their tight grip as best friends and always have each other's back.
Degrassi: The Next Generation
Liberty first appeared in Family Politics.
Emma believed that Armstrong was molesting Liberty. When she told Manny, Terri happened to overhear the conversation. Once Terri told Paige what she heard, the rumor instantly spread all over the school even Terri swore Paige(of all people) to secrecy.
As it turns out, Liberty had dyscalculia, a learning disability affecting her ability to learn math. Armstrong was only tutoring her. This put a strain on Liberty and Emma's friendship since the latter was the cause of the untrue rumor starting(although she didn't spread it).
Liberty also asked Ashley to let her read the morning announcements. Ashley refused, but eventually gave in. However, she set it all up so Liberty would be humiliated on camera.
When it actually happened, Liberty was laughed at and teased; however, Ashley regretted it deeply.
She found Liberty crying in the bathroom and gave her advice on how to do better. When Liberty did well, Ashley promised to let her do some of the announcements the following year.
This was also the year she developed a crush on J.T., much to his chagrin and annoyance. No matter what he did, Liberty refused to give up her pursuit of J.T. He even pretended to be gay so Liberty would stop bugging him.
Disappointed at first, Liberty eventually accepts the "fact" that J.T. was "gay" and she even suggests that he comes out of the closet in an interview for the Degrassi Grapevine, however, J.T. admits to her that he lied about being gay just so she could "get the hint" that he doesn't like her.
Disappointed again, Liberty briefly scolds him for not telling the truth from the beginning.
Liberty, Toby, J.T. and Spinner teamed up together to win $1,000,000 via a Pringles chip can contest and proceeded to buy expensive items thinking they would soon be in the budget for $1,000,000.
In the end, even though the group thought J.T. had Pringles cans of the two needed symbols, he had two of the same ones, thus losing the contest. Spinner calls all of three of them(especially J.T.) losers and walks away.
Frustrated at his silliness, Liberty and Toby shove J.T. into his locker and shuts it.
Liberty also attended Ashley's disastrous party at the end of the year and was seen dancing uncomfortably with her when Ashley was high on ecstasy.
After a difficult night of tears, insults, fights and disturbing performances, Liberty leaves Ashley like everyone else.
Liberty's eighth grade year was nowhere near as hectic as her previous year.
The biggest obstacle she had to overcome was when she was named manager of the girls' floor hockey team. She was very over-bearing and her attitude drove away nearly all the members on the team.
Liberty apologized to the team and even though they didn't win, Joey decided to sponsor them along with the boys' team. She also showed her jealousy when Emma won the school's science fair. After finding out that Emma's mother was dating Mr. Simpson, Liberty demanded that Emma give up the trophy, as she felt that she was the rightful winner of the competition and Emma only won due to bias on Mr. Simpson's part, however, Simpson later said that all the judges unanimously agreed that Emma's was the best.
Liberty still had a crush on J.T. so much that she clumsily almost got him expelled by decorating his locker and the latter being punished for vandalism.
She owned up and J.T. apologized for calling her boring. When J.T. realized he had a talent in sewing, Liberty took the credit so he wouldn't be teased.
Liberty blackmailed J.T. into making her a skirt, but she still revealed his secret without being malicious. Kendra, Emma and Manny asked J.T. if he could make them a skirt too, so Toby laid off.
Near the end of the year, Liberty agrees to tutor J.T. and help him prepare for the final exams only if he agrees to take her to the Hawaiian-themed dance.
Although J.T. had his heart set on asking Paige, he reluctantly agreed to go with Liberty.
Much like her grade 8 year, Liberty's freshman year was a quiet and rather carefree one, as she did not have to overcome too many obstacles.
After years of trying to win J.T.'s heart, she finally gave up. For one thing, he's had a crush on Manny since the beginning of the school year but the main reason why J.T. still didn't go out with Liberty was because he simply didn't like her. Therefore, he once again told her that he's not interested in her, this time more bluntly and harshly.
She quickly got over her crush on J.T. and developed a new one on Sean, when she and the latter were paired up for a school project. Liberty tried everything to impress Sean, even dressing up in what she considered to be "edgy" clothing.
After taking J.T.'s advice to be "brutal" with Liberty, Sean made it known to her that he will never be interested in her by calling her "as edgy as a butter knife."
Saddened, Liberty felt that she would never find a boyfriend. Sean approached her and informed her that one of his friends, Towerz, had a crush on Liberty. The two began dating, although they were never seen interacting on-camera.
Seemingly content with her new romance, Liberty felt comfortable enough to advise J.T. to ask Manny to the dance, knowing that he developed feelings for her.
When Manny wanted to change her image and become hot, she proceeded to wear visible thongs and underwear, which disturbed Liberty.
It is presumed that she was the one who informed Mr. Raditch about this, getting Manny in trouble.
Liberty returns to Degrassi for her sophomore year along with her younger brother Danny.
At the beginning of the year, Liberty revealed that she and Towerz had broken up over the summer. She then began to set her eyes on the newly-single Chris Sharpe.
When Emma found out, she tried to win Chris back, saying that it would ruin her reputation if Chris began dating Liberty after her.
When she found out, Liberty was disgusted with Emma and the two of them temporarily ended their friendship. However, it appeared that Chris was never interested in Liberty to begin with.
Liberty was the only character that was not shown during the school shooting or even in the aftermath of it, so her feelings or reactions to it are never revealed. Everyone else remained distraught.
In Voices Carry (1), Liberty and J.T. begin working to create the school play Dracula.
In Voices Carry (2), thinking that the principal was being merely mean and controlling, Liberty sings a song expressing her resentment to Mr. Raditch which ultimately lands her and J.T. in detention. J.T. tells Liberty that he was actually impressed with her for being brave and speaking her mind. Flattered, Liberty takes a chance and kisses J.T., letting him know that she still has feelings for him after four years. Much to her pleasure, J.T. kisses her back, thus returning the love she had for him. He mentions how his stomach hurts a little and they smile. As a result, they become a couple.
Danny, Liberty's brother and J.T.'s friend, is not pleased about Liberty and J.T.'s relationship stating, "My sister's the smartest girl in school and you don't even have an IQ."
Danny and J.T. begin fighting constantly and one day, J.T. pushes Danny to the ground and causes him to hit his head on the cement pavement.
Liberty is mad, because J.T. badly hurt Danny. Danny soon realizes that J.T. made Liberty happy, and the three sort everything out.
Liberty's disposition was the polar-opposite of her usual perkiness. She had become extremely moody and sullen.
J.T. knew something was wrong with Liberty, especially after her driving lesson. He picked her up, because she was mad at him for telling Toby about their sex life the night before.
When Liberty revealed she was pregnant to him, he crashed into a bus stop on the way to school.
Just to be sure, Liberty took a pregnancy test, and it came up positive, causing her to tell J.T. that she couldn't trust him to handle "this."
J.T. felt insulted and said that he couldn't deal with her controlling him, and he dumped her. He later vowed that he wouldn't abandon Liberty or their baby.
They were trying to keep this a secret, but once Danny found he blackmailed them into getting a good grade. He even beat up J.T. because he was mad of what did to Liberty. So then after that went all down, they came to compromise that they all will take care of the baby.
Liberty and J.T. decided to keep the baby, and a they got back together a few episodes later, because they still had feelings for each other.
Liberty was fearful of telling her parents because she was afraid they would kick her out, so she made plans with J.T. to move in with him.
When they told J.T.'s grandma she said she wasn't raising anymore kids and when they went Liberty's parents, they were angry at J.T. more than anything and she decides to move out after that.
J.T. began working at a pharmacy, but turned to selling Oxycodone to support Liberty and their baby.
When Liberty found out, she was furious and told J.T. that he was dead to her, so then they gave the baby up for adoption.
Stressed with losing Liberty's trust, Toby's friendship, his job and his family, J.T. overdosed on Oxycodone, but thanks to Jay's call to 911, he survived, however, he was put on suicide watch.
Liberty confronted a tearful J.T. and told him that she was going to give the baby up for adoption. She decided it would be best if J.T. wasn't around for her baby's birth either.
Also, when Danny found out he made J.T. do his homework as payback, but eventually decided to do the mature thing and support his sister.
Liberty appeared again before the baby was born, but J.T. was nowhere to be seen with her. Liberty and Toby went to the movie premiere of Jay and Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh! but they were not allowed into the after party because they were not MVP's. Liberty's stomach was starting to show a lot by this point.
In Together Forever, Liberty's council duties and overachieving began to affect her condition. Although Liberty was distancing herself from J.T., Toby became their messenger by informing J.T. of what Liberty was doing.
Worried about Liberty, J.T. told Ms. Hatzilakos and she took forcefully took pressure off of her, which made her unhappy.
Liberty went into labour while on the road with Toby in his car. She freaked out and Toby called 911.
At the hospital, only Liberty got to hold their newborn son before handing him over to his adoptive parents. They both watched sadly as he was taken away.
Afterward, she regretted her decision and turned to alcohol to comfort her sorrows. She even flunked an exam worth 30% of her grade, much to her father's displeasure.
To make her feel better, Derek told Liberty that he was adopted and his mother sent him a treasure chest so he could communicate with her through mail, memory items, etc.
So, when her son's parents announce they are moving to Seattle, Washington, Liberty and J.T. put together a memory box, so that one day their child can find them and learn about them.
Liberty asked Toby, Danny and Derek to put items in the box too, so her baby can see how many good people were watching over him. J.T. and Liberty seem to be friends again, and they definitely still have feelings for each other.
After having a rough previous year, Liberty hoped that her senior year would be the best year of her life stating that it would be the crowning achievement of her academic career. She was already preparing to become valedictorian.
Her year soon changed when Mia Jones and her daughter Isabella moved to Degrassi. J.T., who Liberty still had feelings for, started dating Mia. She wanted to get back with him but he went for Mia when Liberty was being tyrant.
In a fit of jealousy, she told Mia about everything J.T. did to her during the previous year. However, J.T. was able to straighten everything out with Mia & then he confronts her about everything saying that she is miserable and seeing him happy burns her.
In Rock This Town, on Liberty's 17th birthday, Manny and Emma threw a party for her so Manny could get her mind off of Craig. Via word of mouth from Toby to Danny and Derek to Spinner to Marco to college kids who told everyone, hundreds of people, including Drake Lempkey and Johnny DiMarco from Lakehurst, showed up.
At the party, Liberty confessed to J.T. her true feelings for him stating she still loved him.
J.T. responded that he had a girlfriend but Liberty asked if he loved Mia, angry hearing a yes she states she thinks J.T. is a coward who won't admit to her before running off.
After talking to Toby, J.T. sought out Liberty. Sadly, he was stabbed by Drake Lempkey a former Lakehurst student, and Liberty was the one who found him dying.
She was at the hospital and was embraced by everyone around her in mourn upon finding out J.T. had passed away.
In The Bitterest Pill, during the funeral she showed no remorse, until the memorial where she cried dramatically after finding out J.T.'s true feelings for her. After J.T.'s funeral, Liberty, in an emotional tailspin, developed feelings for Toby. She also refused to have Mia participate in anything honoring J.T.
Her and Mia had a argument about that and she called Liberty a walking and talking robot, however, after Toby revealed to Mia that J.T. still loved Liberty, she had a change of heart and agreed to let Mia do what she wanted.
Liberty was so affected by J.T's death, she dreamt of him lying on her bed with her, before telling him that he was dead. This was shown in a Degrassi Mini. She, Toby and Mia eventually cleaned out J.T.'s locker together.
When Lakehurst came to Degrassi for a cheerleading competition, Liberty, along with many people were against it, due to J.T.'s recent passing and his killers school coming.
Emma convinced the crowd to shout, "Go home, Lakehurst!" Liberty joined in, along with Mia, Danny, Derek, Toby and Sean.
All of them went against the Spirit Squad and their beliefs. At the school dance she tells how much fun J.T. would have had with her and Toby.
During the second semester of Liberty's senior year, Lakehurst burned down and the students integrated into Degrassi.
She helped Toby deal with them being at Degrassi telling him one person killed J.T., not the whole school.
After breaking up a fight between Danny and a Lakehurst student (later revealed to be Lucas), Lucas taunts Liberty by saying that J.T. asked for his death.
This sends Liberty into a rage, only to have the fight broken up by Spinner. She goes on a road trip with Manny, Emma, and Ashley visiting Smithdale University for the college years and Manny's audition.
Towards the end of her senior year, she was and Damian were competing for valedictorian and she was upset about that. Liberty and Damian find that they're attracted to each other during a meeting at The Dot, but he later gives her mixed signals, which made her make a mean speech about him, but felt bad about after she won the vote for valedictorian and listening to Damian's speech.
Later, she & Damian make up and become a thing, although Liberty feels guilty because she is Emma's friend that is his girlfriend.
After exams are over Liberty found out that her essay won Natasha Bentingfield at prom. Toby asked Liberty to be his date and she said yes, but she revealed her feelings for Damian, which left him angry at her because he wanted to become more than just friends.
At the prom, Liberty and Damian sneak off together and make out.
Manny sees them sneak off and privately confronts her who tells her to stay away from Damian.
Liberty and Damian tell Toby not to say anything, who openly likes Liberty, but he loudly says, "Oh, I won't tell anyone that Liberty and Damian fooled around and now he's bragging about it." Emma is angry and dumps Damian at graduation.
The next day Toby, Emma, and Manny are angry at Liberty and refuses to talk to her.
They forgive her after she gives her valedictorian speech about the importance of friendship and decide that Liberty's mistake won't let them ruin there big day.
After the graduation ceremony is over, the four of them stand at the J.T. Yorke Memorial Zen Garden and Toby places a graduation cap on it and Liberty flips it.
In Uptown Girl (1), Liberty and Manny are unloading boxes at Smithdale as Emma then says good-bye to her mom and Snake.
The three of them walk off excitedly inside. However, Emma is horrified when she finds out that she and Manny are not rooming together.
Later, Manny is participating in Frosh Week games when Emma comes up to her to tell her some news.
Manny introduces her to Gwen, her roommate, but Emma ignores her. It gets awkward when Emma announces that she’s “fixed” the mistake, she and Manny are roommates now.
When Liberty arrives, Emma lets her know that she and Manny are her new roommates, along with a girl named Kelly. Liberty and Manny are unenthusiastic about it because they were having fun meeting new people.
A guy walks in with his stuff and introduces himself as Kelly. Realizing that nobody is happy, Emma says she will sort everything out. Kelly answers that this was the last room available. They’re stuck together.
Later that day, Kelly absentmindedly walks in the room while Liberty is changing, and hides from embarrassment. Emma shows up with breakfast for everyone, but is left alone because they already had plans.
Feeling lonely, Emma is calling home when Kelly walks in. She tells him that she plans on going home until Frosh Week is over because she can’t make new friends.
Kelly tells her he came from the Yukon without knowing anyone, and grabs his water gun. He invites Emma along to the beach battle.
At the water fight, Emma is glad Kelly invited her. They spot Manny and Liberty and ambush them. Manny and Liberty apologize for not wanting to room with her. Emma accepts their apology, and then mentions she has plans with a few people she met.
In Didn't We Almost Have It All, Liberty is all set to join her mother's sorority, Psi Alpha Zeta, but when a new sorority, Pi Gamma Pi, appears to her with more options but higher prospects, she tries to prove to Dakota and everyone that she can handle the party lifestyle. Manny and Emma tell Liberty that she should still be herself and shouldn't change for the sorority.
After drinking too much one night, Liberty and her friends go streaking through campus. The next day Liberty wakes up in a hospital due to alcohol poisoning and had to have her stomach pumped.
There's a picture of her and her friends streaking the campus on the newspaper. Once Liberty gets back to the sorority, she finds out whether she's kicked out or not.
They tell Liberty that she's still in and she finds out they only wanted her in the sorority because she was black. She doesn't want to be "the token black girl" anymore and turns them down.
In Jane Says (1), Liberty was seen as part of the Degrassi Alumni football team. She was at the Dot to organize with the Alumni Football team, but also to study for exams and other things for college.
In Touch of Grey, Liberty starts to notice that Emma is using marijuana. When Emma was passing around the pot brownies for the floor olympics, Emma was all high and Manny and Liberty were worried.
They sat her down and told her that marijuana isn't good. Liberty just laughed and ran off.
In Holiday Road, Emma reveals that Manny went back to Hollywood. This makes Emma upset since Manny is her best friend, and she can't hang with her for a few months while she is in Hollywood.
She also mentions that Liberty has joined a sorority and barely has time for anyone.
In Degrassi Takes Manhattan, back in town from Smithdale University to attend Emma and Spinner's party, and was invited by Peter.
Liberty is sporting a new mini-afro-perm and is dressed for success. She is a little confused as to what is going on. She seems to be a little nervous, so she stands by her brother, Danny, and his friend Sav.
When she sees Emma and Spinner walking down the aisle, she seems surprised, but is also happy for them.
Liberty also appears dancing with her brother, Danny and in the last scene, with a short statured man with glasses and dark hair who resembles Toby.
Degrassi: Next Class
In #ThrowbackThursday, Liberty is at the check in booth at the entrance where Tristan is welcoming everyone to 60th Degrassi alumni event. Liberty is ready activity schedule about alumni vs teacher ultimate Frisbee game and Tristan asks does she play and Liberty tells she says she's the captain of team at law school. Holly J. shows up shows up and greets Liberty as Tristan is about to give them a tour they come across Lola who protesting against how fairly Tiny suspended. Grace walks up upset that Tiny got suspended but Frankie didn't and joins Lola's protest which tries to make them move, Liberty defends them asking Tristan is he denying their right to protest and joins Grace and Lola. Liberty is with Grace, Shay, Zig and a lot other students making posters for Tiny and informing them about the time they did protest to get wheelchair ramps for Jimmy. Liberty is with Shay and Grace when Lola walks up to them as wants be part of the protest again. Emma walks up and greets Liberty asking what was going on and after Lola explains to her, Emma joins the protest and walks with Liberty catching up with her. Liberty and Emma were standing behind Tiny when police tries to stop them made a comment about Lola and Shay demanding and apology.
- Out of all the main characters, Liberty appears the most without any lines with a total of 15 episodes.
- Liberty is one of the many girls to reveal herself on camera or in public (photographed streaking in a newspaper at Smithsdale). Others include:
- Alli sent pictures of her naked to her then boyfriend Johnny.
- Bianca had racy photos sent to the entire school.
- Clare made pictures of her breasts to put them on Asher's computer.
- An intoxicated Manny was naked in front of Peter's video camera.
- Darcy posted racy photos of herself online and sent them to Adams.
- Emma took off her dress at a Purple Dragon meeting.
- Zoë sent a topless picture to Zig.
- Emma, Manny, and Liberty have all been romantically involved with Damian.
- She is shown to know how to play the piano and is mentioned going off to band camp in an episode, so she can probably play a second instrument as well.
- Three of Emma's six ex-boyfriends were Liberty's crushes: Sean, Chris and Damian.
- Liberty and her portrayer Sarah have the same middle name: Elizabeth.
- Liberty is one of nine characters with a mental disability, which is dyscalculia. The other eight are:
- Liberty and J.T.'s relationship was one of three to start in detention. The others were Jimmy and Hazel, and Sean and Ellie.
- Liberty lost her virginity to J.T.
- Liberty is the third character in the Degrassi franchise to experience racism. The first was B.L.T., the second was Hazel, and the fourth was Dallas.
- Liberty and Jenna were both impregnated by guys who are called by their initials.
- In We Built This City, Liberty says she's going to Banting, but in Uptown Girl (1), she's attending Smithdale.
- Liberty, Jimmy, and Katie all share the same line "You're dead to me."
- Liberty is the first character to be Student Council President for two years in a row.
- Liberty was one of six characters to be followed into their freshman year of college as a regular. The other five were Paige, Ellie, Marco, Emma and Manny.
- Liberty was the first character to go streaking, the other two being Drew and Eli.
- Liberty is the fifth female to go through teen pregnancy. The others were Christine, Erica, Tessa, Manny, Mia, Jenna, Vanessa, Clare Edwards and Lola Pacini.
- Liberty is the only character in Degrassi history to experience the death of her child's father.
- Liberty is one of the nine characters to be a regular after their graduation.
- Liberty was the second character to have a love interest pass away. The others were Mia, Eli, Maya, Becky, Imogen and Joey.
- Liberty is one of the few characters whose initially unrequited crush eventually returned their feelings.
- Along with Archie Simpson, Emma Nelson, Manny Santos, Spinner Mason, Christine Nelson, Darryl Armstrong and Laura Kwan, she is one of only eight characters to appear in all of the first nine seasons of Degrassi: The Next Generation.
- Charlotte Arnold, who later played Holly J. Sinclair, auditioned for the role of Liberty.
- Like Angela Jeremiah, her middle name was Elizabeth.
- (To Ashley): "Ashley Kerwin, we haven't met. I'm Liberty Van Zandt. and I'll be running for secretary." (first line) - Family Politics
- (To Emma): "Your stepdad didn't tell you his school had a major problem?" (final line) - #ThrowbackThursday
- "Well, that's unusual." - The Rest of My Life (4)
- "Maybe this will teach you to keep private matters PRIVATE!" - Foolin'
- "I'm pregnant." - Foolin'
- (To J.T.): "Don't make me tell the guys you're the next Martha Stewart!" - Don't Believe the Hype
- (To J.T. and Toby): "Some advice... find a dictionary and look up pathetic!" - Wannabe
- "What drama? A Midsummer Night's Wet Dream?!" - Bust a Move (1)
- (To J.T.): "You don't even know what words like that mean, Manchild." - What's It Feel Like to Be a Ghost? (1)
- "We share a love of cheese." (To Manny, referring to herself and J.T.) - West End Girls
- "What did the doctor say? Toby!" - Rock This Town
- "Dad doesn't know who I am anymore, so let's really mess with his mind." - Total Eclipse of the Heart
- (To Derek): "Get out! I mean it! I don't care if you were adopted, dropped by a stork, or abducted by aliens! Get out!!" - Total Eclipse of the Heart
- "No, Emma. Go back to rain forests and whales. Because when it comes to people, you suck!" - Rumours and Reputations
- "No Spinner, this is your funeral." - Relax
- "Are you really going to let two prepubescent boys dictate your amusement?" - Eye of the Beholder
- "I'm stunned. J.T. spelled a word." - Shout (2)
- "Manny, a true champion doesn't let a silly little monthly visitor stand between her and victory." - Relax
- "Radishes, radishes, not so sweet. Red and round and gross to eat. They have mean and cruel little voices." - Voices Carry (2)
- (To J.T.): "You're breaking up with me now?" - Foolin'
- "We did, last summer, remember? When we decided to use the king size condom, the one that slipped off... I'm pregnant." - Foolin'
- (To J.T.): "You could mangle your male parts in a tragic industrial accident." - Weddings, Parties, Anything
- Emma: "I'm just having a hard time letting Chris go."
Liberty: "Well, I won't have a hard time letting you go... Straight to hell." - King of Pain
- (To Emma): "You're dead to me." - King of Pain
- (To Manny): "No, Emma likes to rip your heart out and step on them with her pointy, ballerina feet." - Mercy Street
- (To Manny): "It was a momentary lapse of reason." - We Built This City
- Lucas: "You know that kid who died?"
Liberty: "J.T. Yorke. His name was J.T. Yorke."
Lucas: "Well, I heard he asked for it."
Liberty:"... HOW DARE YOU!" - Death or Glory (1)
- (To Manny): "Do you have so little confidence that you have to show your entire body?" - U Got the Look
- "Manny, are you aware I can see your underpants?" - U Got the Look
- "Oh, I'm edgy, I'm on fire!" - Accidents Will Happen (2)
- (To J.T.): "Why, I oughta!" - Accidents Will Happen (2)
- "To the future, for growing up, and leaving childish things behind." - Mercy Street
- "J.T., did you try to kill yourself?" - Turned Out (2)
- "Rebels who sing." - Voices Carry (1)
- "And this is for dressing me in overalls until Grade 9!" - Total Eclipse of the Heart
- "Sometimes Manny, you just have to say 'What the heck?'" - Mercy Street
- Emma: "Chris and I broke up in July."
Toby: "Sorry. Kendra and I broke up in August."
Liberty: "Sorry. I believe I was abducted by aliens over Labor Day weekend...And Towerz and I broke up."
Emma and Toby: "Sorry." - Ghost in the Machine (1)
- Main article: Liberty-Towerz Relationship
- Main article: J.T.-Liberty Relationship
- J.T. Yorke
- Main article: Toby-Liberty Friendship
- Toby Isaacs (Fling)
- Main article: Damian-Liberty Friendship
- Damian Hayes (Hook-Up)
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