"One, Two, Crap, Four."
— Spinner

Neutron Dance is the tenth episode of Season 4 of the Canadian television series, Degrassi: The Next Generation. It originally aired on October 26, 2004 on CTV Television and on February 18, 2005 on The N. The episode shares its title with the song by The Pointer Sisters.


Craig loves Ashley and loves the idea of having her in his band. Too bad the rest of the band wants her to go away. Craig's in a classic "her or us," and with the band's first recording session looming, eenie meenie minie moe ain't gonna cut it. Meanwhile, Paige has her eye on a sexy new yoga instructor.

Main Plot

"Downtown Sasquatch" tries to win a record deal by the end of the year, but the band is nowhere near good enough. Things get worse when Craig asks Ashley to join the band, angering Marco and Spinner.

Sub Plot

Paige joins Hazel in yoga class, and develops a crush on Matt Oleander, Degrassi's new Teaching Assistant. She and Hazel later sneak into a bar, and see Matt with his girlfriend.

  • Spinner: "One, Two, Crap, Four"
  • Hazel: "Honestly, it's the only thing keeping me sane since... well, you know."
    Paige: "I'm so sorry. I haven't even asked about Jimmy today. Or you."
  • Alex: You and the Furby just broke up. It's okay to be single for twenty minutes."
    Paige: "Easy for you to say!
  • Ashley: So, one minute we're talking first recording session butterflies, and the next, full on lip lock."
    Ellie: "Don't do it."
    Ashley: "Yeah. Little late for that."
    Ellie: "Not the kiss. The rest."
    Ashley: He's different. I think."
    Ellie: "Guys suck, Ashley. They enjoy messing with your feelings and then sticking you with the rent. Just don't come crying to me when he Craig's out on you."
  • Mr. Oleander: Okay. Anyways, I was just walking by and I thought I'd come say hi to my favorite Yoga student."
    Alex: "You should go for it."
    Paige: "What?"
    Alex: "I happened to see my favorite Yoga student? Please. He loves you."

  • "Everything's Dust" by Downtown Sasquatch
  • "I Can't Do This Myself" by By Divine Right
  • "Paralyzed" by Clearfield
  • "Some People" by Clearfield