Even Stevens

Season 3 Episode 17

Snow Job

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 PM Sep 23, 2002 on Disney Channel
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Louis fears he will fail he upcoming exam so tries to delay it as long as possible. Ren has to train hard so that she can win an upcoming pole-vaulting competition.

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    Reynaldo Gallegos

    Reynaldo Gallegos

    Mr. Lopez

    Guest Star

    Charles Hutchins

    Charles Hutchins

    Man on TV

    Guest Star

    Pattie Tierce

    Pattie Tierce

    Mildred

    Guest Star

    George Anthony Bell

    George Anthony Bell

    Conrad Wexler

    Recurring Role

    Steven Anthony Lawrence

    Steven Anthony Lawrence

    Beans

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    Jerry Messing

    Jerry Messing

    Artie Ryan

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    • TRIVIA (6)

      • Louis is suspended for a week beginning on the day before the track meet, but the next day he shows up at school, in his algebra class, and at the track meet. Shouldn't he still be at home?

      • Principal Wexler says that Louis has been suspended, but it's only for a week. So why would they be cleaning out his locker?

      • Louis misprounounces the word "Kindergarten" as "Kindjergarten" for the second episode in a row, production-wise. The first was in "Hardly Famous" referring to the play he did.

      • When Louis is solving various types of equations, you can see 'Sin Ø' around the work he's doing. That's generally a part of trigonometry equations, something only offered to 10th and 11th grade high school students.

      • Ren's family runs along beside her during her final pole vaulting attempt, something that would cause her to be disqualified and result in Lawrence J.H.S. losing the match.

      • When Louis tells Mr. Lopez he doesn't understand the algebra lesson, the equation written on the chalkboard behind the teacher changes from one shot to the next.

    • QUOTES (11)

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • During a couple of Ren's pole-vaulting scenes, the music playing is a variation on the theme from the movie Chariots of Fire (1981).

      • Louis: I know how to tell thee who I am, etc.

        Louis recites this and several other lines from the famous balcony scene of William Shakespeare's classic play Romeo and Juliet. He plays both parts. However, he gets the first line slightly wrong, as Romeo should say "...I know NOT how to tell thee who I am."

      • Ren: Break a leg at the meet.

        Ren tells this to Olga the pole vaulter before she accidentally injures her. "Break a leg" is a traditional good-luck wish among actors in the theatre, and it has spread into general use.

      • Louis: To which I say, why not? Why do fools fall in love?

        'Why Do Fools Fall In Love?' is the name of a popular song which was first a big hit in 1956 (#7 in February) for the vocal group Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers. It was later a hit (#7 in December 1981) for Diana Ross. Among the many other artists who have recorded versions of it are the Beach Boys, the Four Seasons, and Joni Mitchell.

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