Strange Days at Blake Holsey High

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (260)

  • Lucas: I have a life, Vaughn-head.

  • Lucas: It's still Monday. For another few seconds.

  • Professor Z: I went to her (Corrine's) room while she wasn't there, and it looked like a tornado hit half the room! Josie: Actually, that is my side of the room.

  • Professor Z: Are you here for Science Club? Josie: Science Club? You're joking, right? Professor Z: No. We always have an opening for an interested student, Miss... Josie: Trent, Josie Trent and I'm not interested. Professor Z: Oh, well that's too bad because we were just discussing the possible molecular deconstruction of a Science Professor. Josie: Then I better go, wouldn't want to keep you from that... Professor Z: 'Fraid you might learn something? (pause) Josie: Molecular deconstruction? Cells are made up of molecules; molecules are made up of atoms; once you start dealing with atoms, quantum mechanics kicks in, and all the rules go out the window. Ergo, You can take an atom apart to the subatomic level, and put it back together again. In theory, you can molecularly deconstruct anything: plants, chewing gum, even something less complex. Like a science teacher. Professor Z: Ouch. Josie: My guess: your professor was sucked into a vortex. Later.

  • Corrine: My favourite Marhsall story has to be the time he dressed up like Principal Durst for Halloween! (laughter) Lucas: Remember the time his genetically engineered soap turned his skin green? (laughter) Professor Z: How about when he thought the unit of measure for Energy was the Newton! Not the Joule! The Newton... (silence) Professor Z: I guess you had to be there...

  • (Josie grabs Marshall by the shoulders whilst he is invisible) Marshall: Ahh, ow! It hurts! Josie: Hm, does it? My bad. (Marshall whimpers in pain) Josie: Look, Marshall, roumer has it you're invisible - tough break. Speaking of tough breaks my journal's missing. Marshall: You think I have it!?! I'd never touch your journal, I'm scared of you, remember? Why do you think I took it? Josie: Well someone went into my room and took it: no one saw anyone go in. And no one can see you. That's proof enough. Marshall: That's not proof, that's a wild guess! And a bad guess at that - it wasn't me. Josie: Well then if it wasn't you who was it invisible boy? Marshall: I don't know, but I have a hunch...

  • Victor: You've failed me son. And wash that chocolate out of your hair!

  • Lucas: I don't want an invisible friend. People will think I'm crazy...-er.

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Notes (162)

  • Wormhole has connective links to Wormhole (2). Both episodes are entitled Wormhole due to Josie's wormhole travel. Wormhole has connective links to Tesseract. A scene clip of Wormhole, Lucas interacting with Professor Middleton, is spliced into the storyline of Tesseract, causing Lucas and his younger self to exist in the same dimension. Wormhole has connective links to Friction. A major plot of the Friction storyline covers the missing period of time Corrine experienced in Wormhole.

  • Guide Listings:

    It's Josie Trent's first day at Blake Holsey High prep school. She has no clue that ever since an explosion 15 years ago at a research lab strange things start to happen at the school. Things such as people mysteriously vanishing and a wormhole opening. But maybe with her new friends and her investigating they might stop the strange things from happening.

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    New student Josie and her friend Corrine are sucked into a wormhole that sends them back in time, but fellow science-club members come to the rescue. (TV Guide Listings)

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    Four students apply scientific knowledge to solve strange events. (MSN TV Listings)

  • In the Discovery Kids promo for Strange Days at Blake Holsey High, the beaming sounds from Star Trek: The Next Generation are heard; the same sounds are also used in MADtv episode 01.

  • Patrick Williams, director of the episode, was nominated for the award Outstanding Achievement in a Television Series - Children's in the 2003 Directors Guild of Canada Awards.

  • Professor Middleton's office is labeled Room 106.

  • In this episode Robert Clark (Vaughn) has his hand bandaged.

  • In the UK, the show is simply titled Black Hole High.

  • Learned facts: time and magnetics, black holes.

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Trivia (67)

  • In the beginning of this episode, we see Lucas rushing to his old science professor to give him his science paper, right before he dissappeared. We find out more about this scene in the episode Tesseract.

  • In this episode we can see the character of Vaughn Pearson wearing a cast. This wasn't actually part of the story, but due to the actor's condition the producers decided to include it in the plot.

  • When Josie turns the doorknob, the doorknob turns to the right but Josie's hand is turning to the left.

  • Josie's dance changes with each repeat of the day.

  • The first day the principal drops yellow papers, yet Corrine only picks up some folders, another day the principal drops white papers and another day she drops folders, isnt she supposed to drop the same thing?

  • On the third day when Corrine and the rest of the science club are discussing gravity and time loops, you can see a student sitting in one of the desks behind Vaughn yet almost everybody mentions the black hole.

  • When the Science Club is going over what happened to them, Josie forgets about being magnitized and when they made the clone of Josie.

  • The story, teleplay, directed by, and executive producer are shown twice at the beginning of the episode.

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Allusions (7)

  • Lucas, Vaughn and Professor Z refer to the TV show Gilligan's Island after Lucas tries to recover Z's memory by hitting him on the head. Gilligan's Island tells the story of a group of people who are stranded on a deserted island. Most episodes deal with the castaways trying to get off the island, but their attempts seem to always be foiled by Gilligan. In the mentioned episode, Gilligan loses his memory after getting hit on his head by a coconut, and afterwards his memory recovers when he's hit again. Lucas thinks that this technique might work in Professor Z's case.

  • Lucas is heard referring to Gulliver's Travels in the bookcase while looking for Josie. "Gulliver's Travels" is a story in which the character ventures to an island where the inhabitants are really tiny and to another island where the inhabitants are very tall.

  • Although Wormhole┬▓ is the sequel and second episode to Shrink, the episode is entitled Wormhole┬▓ for a connective link to the first episode Wormhole.

    The major theme of Wormhole is Josie's wormhole travel. The major theme of Wormhole┬▓ is Josie's wormhole travel with added time loop for enhanced wormhole experience thus the squared added to the title.

  • genome is part of an organism that is the whole hereditary information of an organism that is encoded in the DNA. Which is what went wrong with Lucus's DNA.

  • The time-stopping concept and the getting trapped in time was used in "The Twilight Zone".

  • Nocturnal has connective links to both Vision and Hologram. During Josie's dream like state in Nocturnal, she has a vision of Sarah Pearson with a pendant and baby Vaughn. Lucas will discover the pendant's secret location inside Victor's safe with his enhanced visual ability in Vision. And the pendant's assumed primary use will be revealed in Hologram when Vaughn requires the pendant to enable contact his mother, Sarah Pearson.

  • Basically, Friction is the flip side of Allure. Friction is the heads side and Allure is the tails side of the same coin. Allure showcased Corrine's jealousy, and her inventive concept to rescue Marshall from his predicament. Friction showcased Marshall's jealousy, and his inability to be competent enough to attempt to solve Corrine's situation.

    Friction has connective links to Ecosystem. Corrine and Josie had to resolve their differences in Ecosystem to abate their conflict. And Corrine and Vaughn had to resolve their animosity to abate their predicament in Friction. Both episodes used the same theme of conflict must be resolved to end problems.

    Friction has connective links to Wormhole. Friction relates the events that occurred during Corrine's missing period of time in Wormhole.

    Friction creates as many new questions as it does resolve old questions in attempt to provide answers to previous mysteries. Obviously connective links to future storylines.