Craig and Tweek's romance has remained unbroken despite the breakups of many other canon couples in the twentieth season. Their friendship is explored and expanded further in the Season 21 episode "Put It Down."
In the season twenty-first episode "The Return," it is revealed that Craig has been kidnapped by Gary who plans to make him fight for his life in one of the battles in order to live. His friends go on a mission to save him but they are confronted by Bonnie and Clyde who try to kill them. The only way to save Craig is if Wendy joins their battle and fights along with them. After defeating her parents, they go on another quest to find Mr. & Mrs. Claus who have been captured by Santa's Little Helper. In the end, everyone makes it back home safely except for Wendy who decided not to join her friends on their adventures.
In the series finale "Game Over," it is revealed that two years have passed since everyone escaped from Mall Madness. Tweek has become self-conscious about his body and wants to fit in. He decides to participate in a reality show called "We Need New Dudes" where four new guys will be chosen to date Tweek's friends. During the show, Tweek realizes that he likes one of the candidates named Adam and they eventually get together.
Craig left his romance with Cleo Scott in 1982, just after the Culture Club rose to stardom. He is currently married to Lilli, an Italian lady, and they have three sons: Milo Emile, Paco Gigi, and Geo Luca. Jake Kussmaul Mikey Craig and Jon Moss of Culture Club discuss their early inspirations and audience appeal. They also share about their romantic relationships and marriages.
Cleo Scott was born on January 4th, 1959 in London, England. She is known for her role as Mikey's girlfriend in Culture Club. She has been married twice before Culture Club became popular. Her first marriage was to musician Paul McDermott from 1978 to 1982. Her second husband was record producer John Burgess who died in 1991.
Mikey Craig was born on March 17th, 1960 in Hammersmith, London, England. He is known for his roles as Johnny in Culture Club and Joey in Five Years. He has been married three times before Culture Club became popular: Nadia Farr (1981-1983), Lilli Cavalli (2003-present).
Cleo Scott and Mikey Craig broke up in 1982 just after Culture Club rose to fame. However, they have remained good friends throughout the years.
"Tweek x Craig" is the sixth episode of South Park's Season Nineteen and the 263rd overall. It originally aired on August 5, 2013.
In this episode, Craig and Tweek become friends after Tweek befriends Craig after he saves him from some bullies. However, Tweek eventually grows tired of Craig's constant abuse and tries to break up with him, but can't bring himself to do it. This makes Tweek feel guilty and he decides to stay with Craig anyway. This episode was written by Ed Peitersen and Matt Chapman and it directed by Morgan J. Freeman.
This episode is rated M for mature due to sexual references, crude humor, and violence against animals.
Charlie's connection with Sam, as well as his relationship with Craig, is problematic. On the one hand, Charlie wants what would make Sam happy, therefore he is upset when she and Craig split up because he sees the sorrow she experiences and the betrayal she feels when she discovers Craig has been cheating on her. At the same time, though, he also encourages her to leave Craig because he believes that no good will come of them being together.
What is wrong with Charlie? He is not very mature for his age and makes several poor decisions that cause problems for him. For example, when Sam breaks up with him, he takes it hard and tries to commit suicide by jumping off a bridge. Also, when Craig cheats on Sam, Charlie blames himself instead of taking responsibility for his actions.
Ultimately, Charlie does not think things through properly and acts without considering the consequences of his actions. This causes him many problems, but more importantly, it hurts others.
Craig was seen as a ladies' guy on Degrassi, and he was the apple of many girls' eyes. In Season 3, while dating Ashley Kerwin, he begins an affair with Manny Santos. Craig was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in Season 4, despite exhibiting signs much earlier in the program. He eventually leaves town to seek treatment at Pine Crest Hospital.
Degrassi creator Linda Schuyler has said that she originally planned to write out Craig's character but decided against it because she felt it would be too easy for fans to say goodbye to him. She also stated that she does not want to give any character stability because this would prevent new stories from being told.
After leaving Degrassi, Craig had minor roles on other television shows including Drake & Josh, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Girl Meets World and Switched at Birth. He also had a major role in the film adaptation of Degrassi: The Next Generation. In 2013, he joined the cast of Teen Wolf as Derek Hale. The same year, he starred in the short-lived series Salvation where he played the role of Max Walker. In 2017, Craig began starring in One Day at a Time as José Padilla.
He will appear in the upcoming films The Flash and Shazam!
Craig will play Dr. Thaddeus Sivana in The Flash.