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In this episode is mentioned when the school opened it's doors; it should have been in 1962. Since then, Bailey asserts, there should have graduated 10,000 students. A short calculation learns that, ten thousand students, over 35 years (1962-1997), should have produced 286 students per year...
I mean, that is more than my high school, the biggest from Ghent, the capital of East-Flanders. And if you watch the next episode, the arrival of the HBH-students at Hartley High, it's like there were only ten students at Hartley High School...
ADDITION: Thanks for Rick Fox for pointing that out - but in actual fact, over 200 students a year isn't that large for a state school. Remember, it was only the senior students that were being transferred to Hartley Heights, the rest of the Hartley High mob were sent elsewhere.
Anita blames Drazic for doing something risky, sneaking into her room, mentioning that Ryan may have had caught him. But that was impossible; she knew very well Ryan was at the police station...
Why does Kat need "the pill" in episode 27 if she is still a virgin?
Peter Phelps (North) is listed as a "Guest Star" after the opening credits, not at the end where most Guest Stars are listed. It is rare for the series to have done this.
Ruby Watch - This is the first time since Episode 1, that the character of Ruby has had anything to do, with an extremely cute pool game against Sime. She obliterates him on the table and demands him to either do the uniforms for $100 as originally offered, or she'll bar him for gambling in her establishment. Sime reluctantly agrees.