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Maddie Fenton (Mom)
Samantha "Sam" Manson
How did Danny know how long it would take Technus to get to the final level of Doomed?
How was Danny able to start playing Doomed so fast on Mr. Lancer's computer? He would have had to log in and get a game started.
Danny was wearing the Fenton Helmet when he realized that he could also use his ghost powers in the game like Technus, but when he goes ghost, the helmet suddenly disappears.
Mr. Lancer said that Danny was supposed to stay after school studying with him until he gives the exam. However, when Danny was all alone in Mr. Lancer's classroom, the clock in the classroom read 12:00.
Technus accidentally destroyed Danny's computer when he first appeared in this episode, but when Danny is playing Doomed again, his computer is suddenly fixed and functioning properly.
Note: Danny could have convinced his dad to buy him a new one. Jack is dumb enough to believe that a ghost appeared and blew it up without wondering how the ghost appeared.
When Danny accidentally releases Technus out of the Ghost Zone and Technus shouts out his motive, the wrinkles on his forehead disappear for a moment.
When Danny, Sam, and Tucker are fighting Technus in the park, the headset walkie-talkies they're using continually switch back and forth from their left ears to their right.
When Sam picks up a basketball, her skirt is down below her knees.
When Technus said "to conquer this world" he laughs, but after the Danny Phantom theme song and the episode title screen, after he says "to conquer this world," he doesn't laugh, he flies to Danny's computer.
When Mr. Lancer picks up Danny's wet paper, we see a math equation on his board, however, Lancer's an English teacher. However, it has been hinted in numerous episodes that Lancer teaches more than English.
Mr. Lancer's stuff on his desk appears and disappears when he shows his 'sister's' picture.
Technus: I, Technus, shall use my ghost powers and new found gaming prowess to win the game and spread my intellect to every machine in the world! My, that was a long speech.
Danny: (In the video game) Sweet! My powers are the ultimate cheat code!
Danny: (After Technus escapes from his house, after he escapes the Ghost Zone) Oh, great. Constantly getting zapped in Doomed is bad enough, now I have to go after that loser?!
Tucker: (To Danny, as they are about to be destroyed in the video game) Danny, I just wanted to let you know - I accidentally killed your gerbil in the 6th grade.
Danny & Jazz: I/he have/has stuff to do after class!
Danny: How do you know that?!
Technus: I, Technus, am totally frying your bacon!
Tucker: Well, that's one thing he hasn't upgraded: his catchphrases.
Maddie: (To Danny) Get this straight, Danny. You're a Fenton. Fentons get "A"'s, or in your father's case, "B"-minuses.
Jack: (Looking proud) Solid "B"-minuses!
Maddie: Until you retake this test and pass it with flying colors, we are forbidding access to all electronic devices.
(Danny's cellphone rings)
Danny: It's Tucker.
Jack: (Grabs Danny's phone; speaking into the phone) He's busy! (Crushes phone with his hand)
(Danny rushes in with his test that he received an A-minus on)
Danny: (Quickly, to Jack & Maddie) Hello! Not an idiot! See ya!
(Jack smiles and holds Danny's crushed cellphone in hand)
Jack: I should give him his phone back...
Danny: Gotta cross teacher off my what I wanna be when I grow up list...
Mr. Lancer: (To Danny) Now's the best time to say "Gee, Mr. Lancer, I had no idea being a teacher was so difficult."
Danny: I'm fourteen.. I don't really care...
Mr. Lancer: Ha, ha! Once again, I have the seventh silver key, and I am victorious! Me! Mr. Lancer! (Catches himself and sighs) I've got to stop doing that.
Danny: (To Mr. Lancer) Ah, writing to your sister... wait, you have a sister?
Tucker: (To Technus, in the video game) Yo, newbie!
Technus: I am Technus, master of...
Danny: Master of long winded introductions! Do you ever stop talking about yourself?!
Danny: (To Mr. Lancer) You need to get out more.
Mr. Lancer: And you need to stay in more.
Sam: (About not being able to play video games) Why? Because I'm a girl? And we girls lack, what? Opposable thumbs? One track minds? Stupid berets?
Tucker: Hey! (Looks up at his hat)
Danny: (After going ghost, and his hair turning back to normal from the Fenton Helmet) At least the hair's better.
Mr. Lancer: (About his sister's picture) Ahh, the old "I don't get to see my sister" speech gets them every time. Why don't they ever figure out that's me in a dress?
Tucker: Sam? You're Chaos?
Sam: If you were game savvy, you'd have known that.
Tucker: (To Technus) "Hip?" "Far out?" Man, you do need help!
Technus: My last form was unstable, and I was unable to conceal myself from these annoying children, but this new body is much more... how would the kids say it today? Far out? In this new body, they shall never know it's me.. (Short pause) Technus!
The hat Tucker wears on his head is revealed to be a beret.
This episode can be seen on the "Nick Picks Vol. 4" DVD.
Apparently, if Danny goes invisible and goes into the computer, he will go iside it. He won't just go right through it and go through the wall.
Tucker's screen name, "FryerTuck" is again referred to in "Beauty Marked."
The music that plays during the title screen is the same music that played during the title screen of "Mystery Meat."
Danny's screen name was "Ghost Boy," which is an odd coincidence, since that is the name that Paulina tends to call Danny since the episode, "Lucky in Love."
Look Hard: At the Internet Café, there is a sign that says "G.E.E.K."
This episode confirms the average grade that each member of the Fenton family gets:
1) Maddie - A.
2) Jack - B-.
3) Danny - C.
4) Jazz - A.
We learn that Danny's hairstyle when he is in ghost mode is constant, meaning that even when his hairstyle in human mode is completely different, when he goes ghost, it will return to its normal style.
Danny has officially crossed "teacher" off his list of future professions, even though Technus suggested it to him in "Attack of the Killer Garage Sale."
We learn that Mr. Lancer likes playing computer games, even though it was implied that he did not like them.
Look Hard: There is a Casper High Ravens flag in Tucker's room.
The way how Mr. Lancer called himself "Mr. Lancer" after winning Doomed seems to be an homage to Butch Hartman's other show, The Fairly OddParents, where Timmy Turner's teacher, Denzel Crocker, sometimes refers to himself as "Mr. Crocker."
Running Gags: 1) Technus giving off "hip" sayings. 2) Danny and Tucker thinking Sam knows nothing about Doomed because she's a girl. 3) Someone saying, "Ignoring that."
When Danny first goes ghost in this episode, the rings that appear vertically circles Danny's body and move horizontally in opposite directions. Usually when Danny transforms, the rings begin at his waist and move vertically in opposite directions. He first did this in "Fanning the Flames."
The name of the park in Danny's town is ironically named "Amity Park."
After it was hinted in "Parental Bonding," it is confirmed that ghosts are capable of having a misty form.
Mr. Lancer has a picture of himself in a dress, which he passes off as his sister.
It is revealed that Mr. Lancer's definition of fun is "seeing a student passing through the portals of Casper High for the last time, brimming with the knowledge that it takes to make it in the outside world."
Look Hard: On Mr. Lancer's desk, there is:
1) A picture of Mr. Lancer and three kids.
2) A picture of Mr. Lancer in a black graduation cap and gown.
3) A picture of Mr. Lancer in a dress.
4) Lesson plans.
The style of the "F" that Mr. Lancer gave Danny on his English test, a blank paper with a huge red "F" on it, is the same style how Mr. Denzel Crocker from Butch Hartman's other show, The Fairly OddParents gives his students F grades.
Look Hard: On the blackboard, there are some trigonometrical equations, including the quadratic formula and Pythagorean Theorem (which is the same equation Jazz was trying to teach Dash in "Attack of the Killer Garage Sale," where Technus was coincidentally the main villain).
Sam seems to be really good at basketball, although in "What You Want," she claimed that she hates sports.
Danny does not catch a ghost in the Fenton Thermos in this episode.
Opener: A kid is running virtually through the computer game, Doomed. He is then zapped by an extremely good player named Chaos. Tucker tries to zap Chaos, but Chaos dodges and hits him. Tucker and Danny try to run, but Chaos throws a grenade and it explodes, giving them both a "Game Over." Danny takes off the Fenton Helmet he used as his game controller in the lab and throws it. It hits the Fenton Portal's "on" button and it opens, and then Technus flies out.
This is the first time that Mr. Lancer appears on the title screen.
References to "Attack of the Killer Garage Sale" were made in this episode.
Dash and Paulina are absent in this episode.
This episode's title screen is the first to feature Danny in human mode.
Main Villain(s): Nicolai Technus.
Featured Named Invention(s): Fenton Helmet.
The 'N' on Technus' suit in the online video game probably stood for his first name, Nicolai.
Look Hard: When you see Danny, Sam, and Tuck chatting online, you can see their screen names. Danny's screen name is "Ghost Boy," Tucker's screen name is "FryerTuck," and Sam's screen name is "Chaos."
Jazz hints that she knows Danny's a ghost in this episode.
Title Screen Caption: "A Lesson In Fear!"
Look Hard: When Lancer is driving Danny home from the video arcade, you can see his license plate, which has four letters on it: LNCR.
Danny learns that he can use his ghost powers in computer and video games.
Introduced Ghost Power(s): Ectoplasmic Ghost Rebounder, Wall Walking.
Technus: Power Cube
The power cube that Technus got in Doomed was similar to super mushrooms on the Mario Bros. games. Both make the user larger and more powerful and, like both, when you are hit, you shrink in size.
Episode Title: Teacher of the Year
Teacher of the Year is an award given to teachers who put a lot of effort in teaching their students.
Tucker: You need to get the seven keys to the apocalypse.
The seven keys to the apocalypse is likely a parody of the "seven chaos emeralds" in the famed video game, Sonic the Hedgehog, where you get the chaos emeralds to gain ultimate power, but here, it gains you ultimate access to the World Wide Web.
Doomed: Sound Effects
Some of the sound effects in Doomed are very similar to the popular platform game, Super Mario Bros.'s sound effects.
Danny: (To Mr. Lancer) In the poem, "The Tyger," why does the author rhyme the words "eye" and "symmetry?"
"The Tyger" is a popular poem by William Blake that was written in 1794. Danny is referring to (regarding the rhyme scheme of "eye" and "symmetry) the first and last verses in the poem:
Tyger, tyger, burning bright
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?
To answer Danny's question, the letter "y" in British English during the 1800s always sounded like the "i" in the word, "kite."
Video Game World: Level 0
When Danny, Sam, and Tucker defeated Technus, they shut him in "Level 0;" a glitch in the game that can not be escaped. This is highly likely to be a reference to Super Mario Bros.'s "Minus World," a secret glitch level that is inescapable. There is a glitch in world 1-2 in the warp zone that at least one of the pipes leads to Minus world. Before you enter the green pipe at the end, crush all the block above you. then stand next to the green pipe and face left. Press R on the controller and jump. You will jump backwards through the left-corner block.
Minus world is world 2-2, but the pipe at the end takes you to the beginning of the level. You can learn more about Minus world at www.themushroomkingdom.net. Go to the "The Games" section and click NES. At the top is Super Mario Bros. Click on it and click on Bugs/Glitches at the bottem of the page.
Danny: (Walks on the side of a building onto a gargoyle)
When Danny walks on the side of a building onto a gargoyle, this references two famous superheroes, Spider-Man and Batman. Spider-Man has the ability to walk on walls; Batman is often seen perched on a gargoyle.
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