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The title is a reference to the saying "home is where the heart is".
New cast members introduced this season:
Selena (school friend)
Ms. Heather (teacher)
The title of the episode is what Lucy says at the end: "Thanks for all the earthworm custard."
This episode saw the return of Barbra Durkin who played the original Sophie playing the Barker childrens' Aunt from Canada.
In the British school system, to become Head Prefect, you must be in the Sixth form (Year 12-13), most often Year 13. Also Sixth formers get a different uniform to other students, but Josh wears the same uniform as everyone else.
In this episode we find out that Trent has been faking a Scottish accent.
In the end when Brian kisses Trent, you can clearly see that it's a doll, not Trent.
At the beginning of the show, Sophie is dealing in pounds but later, she is dealing in dollars.
Mr. Whiteside is the Santa that CJ and Brian visit.
The theme of Sophie being a rapper continues into the next episode, Oh Brian!, where Brian joins in.
This is the first time Josh ever kisses a girl, Wendy in this case.
When Mel, CJ, and Lucy ask Poppy Manning to put themselves down in the auction. Do you notice she's not writing down anything she just pretends to with her pencil also she says to them as she 'writes' there is no way she's writing that fast.
When Brian appears to swallow the key, he actually puts his hand over his mouth and conceals the key in his hand.
Andy The Freak Returns Looking Alot Better Than Before Resulting In Mel Falling For Him And Ends Up Asking Him Out On A Date
This is the first appearance of CJ.
The bad spelling in the title refers to Josh's bad spelling.
Sophie: I'm a jinx, a jonah, I'm bad news I tell you.
Howie said the exact same thing in season 2.
This is the first appearance of Poppy Manning.
When Trent sees Sophie and Brian trying to kill the duck, Mel makes up the excuse that they're hardline vegetarians. In a later episode Trent comes round for lunch. Sophie has prepared only meat, hamster to be exact.
In the scene where Josh pulls Scott into the class-room, he pushes the door closed behind them - yet in several following shots, the door can be seen to be open. After Brian, in the guise of the school games coach, has appeared and retrieved the football tickets from Scott, Scott hurriedly leaves the room – opening the door again as he leaves! (The close up shots were obviously filmed seperately).