Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide

Season 1 Episode 5

Crushes / Dances

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 10, 2004 on Nickelodeon

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  • Trivia

    • Suzie's feet disappears behind the ladder when Ned starts talking to Moze. It appears again when Ned gives the ladder to Monroe.

    • Although these episodes are two different episodes, they are shown with the same topic. So technically, this is the very first two-parter (or double length episode) of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide.

    • In "Guide to: Dances" Ned says he has until nine o'clock to dance with Suzie. The clock says 7:40 and the graphic says "1 Hour 40 minutes until 9:00".

  • Quotes

    • Ned: I kind of danced with the huge crew.

    • (Gordy trying to open Suzie's locker)
      Ned: Don't you have the keys to all the lockers?
      Gordy: Yeah.. But this is more fun.

    • Moze: Come on, you haven't set foot on the dance floor yet.
      Ned: (Stands up, puts his feet on the floor, does a quick shimmy and sits back down)

    • Moze: Look, your plan is not working. It has left you alone. Martika got mauled by a dog and...Gordy's probably dead!

  • Notes

    • Tips
      Crushes:
      Just ask if they like you.
      Try a simple hello to be noticed.
      Dances:
      Dress cool and comfy.
      Go with friends.
      Don't overdress.
      Crossing the crowd can be tough, so dance across.
      Stay away from strict chaperones.
      Offer someone a drink.
      It's a dance, so dance and have fun.

    • Running Gag: Suzie breaking up and getting back together with Seth over stupid things.

    • Running Gag:Mose jumping into a trash bin which Gordy is carrying to hide from Coconut head.

    • In Crushes, Coconut Head wasn't the one with the crush on Moze, he was an ambassador for Seth, the guy Moze has a crush on.

    • During the Crushes section of this episode, Moze hides from Coconut Head by jumping into a bin.

    • Backpack Boy may have a thing for Claire.

    • The Zoo Lady's character name is Marla Perkins, in reference to the late Marlin Perkins from Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kindom.

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