Clone High

Season 1 Episode 6

Homecoming: A Shot in D'Arc

Aired Monday 10:30 PM Dec 01, 2002 on TELETOON
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Homecoming: A Shot in D'Arc
Scudworth has a bet that the school's mens basketball team will score at least one point in the upcoming game. Joan, trying to prove that girls can play basketball, joins the team disguised as a man. Both Cleo and JFK develop lust for the disguised Joan. Abe is angry that Cleo finds interest in Joan. Gandhi kidnaps the other team's school mascot.moreless

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    Christa Miller-Lawrence

    Christa Miller-Lawrence

    Cleopatra, Various

    Nicole Sullivan

    Nicole Sullivan

    Joan of Arc, Various

    Michael McDonald

    Michael McDonald

    Gandhi, Various

    Chris Miller

    Chris Miller

    JFK, Mr. B, Various

    Phil Lord

    Phil Lord

    Principal Cinnamon J. Scudworth, Various

    Will Forte

    Will Forte

    Abe Lincoln/Narrator

    Dan Patrick

    Dan Patrick


    Guest Star

    Chris Berman

    Chris Berman


    Guest Star

    Neil Flynn

    Neil Flynn


    Recurring Role

    Donald Faison

    Donald Faison

    Toots, Wally

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (15)

      • Somebody has turned the O on Gandhi's toy box into the Anarcho-Punk symbol.

      • Goof: Gandhi is In the circle around John. Gandhi was already at GESH, stealing Geshy, and couldn't have been at the CH school gym too.

      • When John is recounting the tale of Planet of the Apes, JFK is in the circle listening. A moment later, JFK mistakes John for a lady, and hits on Joan. JFK would have only done this if he failed to notice John was a man because of the deep voice and moustache while John was telling the story.

      • During the previous episodes Next Week segment, it suggested that 'a mysterious male stranger comes to town'. If that were true, it follows that John Dark doesn't live in Exclamation!, and therefore couldn't possibly be a clone. When Abe asks John what the original John Dark did, it seems that John is no longer from another town, but is now an unfamiliar clone student.

      • When Joan is playing basketball by herself, Toots drives up the driveway. Toots is blind, how can he drive a car?

      • Right after the second commercial, there is a whistle blown, a male scream, and a gurgling noise. Scudworth walks onto the screen, wiping his two bloody gloves against eachother, declaring he is the new coach. He possibly just killed the previous coach, but none of the clones seem too concerned.

      • Goof: When Taft-Napoleon is in possession and is about to score, Geshy breaks through the wall. Right after, Taft-Napoleon no longer has the ball, it seems to have disappeared.

      • Joan is the only member of the team wearing army boots during practices and the game.

      • After Genghis Kahn helps Gandhi, he returns to the school, to the change room. What would he change into though, if he was already wearing his civilian clothes? He wouldn't be putting on a gym outfit because the team just finished practice. Why is he there?

      • Abe weighs 104 lbs. and Joan weighs 105 -- one lb. more.

      • The name Joan uses when she joins the school's basketball team is John Dark.

      • Goof When Principal Scudworth rips the Captain's 'C' off of Abe's Jacket, we can see Abe's chest even though he is wearing a t-shirt under the jacket.

      • Detlef Schrempf is the minister of comedy of Gesh even though he is very much alive when the episode aired.

      • Colonel Principal and Principal Scudworth both wear yellow rubber gloves. Must be a trend among principals.

      • The GESH School Meeting is very identical to Hitler's reign against the Jews. The banners, the crowd, the podium, and not the mention the "G" sign, which is very simular to the swastika.

    • QUOTES (12)

      • Scudworth: (gloating) Why the long face? Genetics?

      • Joan: What makes you think Cleo wants your jacket? You had one date with her and she went home with JFK!
        Abe: Her house is more on his way home!

      • John Dark: (to Abe) Sure! That Joan of Arc is a tasty piece of bitch!

      • John Dark: (to Abe) Forget Cleo! She's a skanky hoe!

      • Principal: I believe last year I won your first born son.
        Scudworth: You leave Brian out of this!
        Scudworth: How is Brian, anyway?
        Principal: (licking lips) Delicious!

      • Abe: Joan how could you lie to me?
        Joan: Abe try to understand, I...
        Abe: Oh, I understand! You sold us all a bill of goods, and those goods turned out to be bad. Then you sold me up the river.
        Joan: That may be but I sent you up that river...with my heart, as a paddle.
        Abe: But you took that paddle and smacked me in the face and I wear my heart on my sleeve, so when I wiped my face...I got heart all over it.
        Joan: Y...wait, what are we talking about?

      • (After finding out John was really Joan)
        Cleo: Ugh, I almost did it with Joan. (short chuckle) Hot.

      • Dan: That's nothing, Chris. I've been talking into my fist for five minutes.

      • (Toots, after talking to Joan)
        (Throws the basketball into the net backwards)
        Toots: Still got it.
        (walks into a wall)

      • Geshy: Candy!!!

      • Gandhi: If there's one thing Mohandas Gandhi stands for, it's revenge!

      • (Gandhi finds out what Geshy is)
        Gandhi: Oh my God. It's not a kid in a costume, it's a living thing.
        Gandhi: Oh, my God. He was genetically engineered with a zipper.
        Gandhi: Oh, my God. Who's driving the van?

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (6)

      • Dharma & Greg
        JFK prefers watchingDharma & Greg. The show's plot revolves around an uptight Republican lawyer, whose wife is a free-spirited spiritual hippie.

      • Will & Grace:
        JFK and his foster dads are watching Will & Grace. The show focuses on a gay lawyer and his female Jewish friend, who live in New York.

      • Teen Wolf : The werewolf beside Mr.B during the basketball game is a reference to Michael J. Fox, from the 1985 movie, Teen Wolf.

      • Memoirs of a Geisha : When Joan is outside reading, she is reading a book called Memoirs of A Geisha. This book was written in 1997 and is also a movie.

      • John Dark: And when he saw the Statue Of Liberty, he realized he had been on Earth all along.

        This is referencing the movie "Planet Of The Apes" where Charleton Heston's character is on a ape-ruled planet only to learn it was Earth all along when he sees the ruins of the Statue Of Liberty.

      • Gandhi: You want some candy?
        Gandhi feeds candy to Geshy, much like Eliot and ET with recess pieces