If you daydream make up a good excuse such as:I was just looking at the wonderful educational posters around the classroom.
The mystery riddle is that "trapdoor" "wolf" and "water" are all different types of spiders.
Dirga is not fooled by Cookie and Seth switching places in gym class.
Cookie doesn't like to sweat.
The gym episode is the only episode Coach Stax appears in.
Coach Stax teaches martial arts to Ned and Moze's gym class.
Ned and Moze have been friends since Pre-K.
Ned solves the science word puzzler, by using a daydream.
Tip # 769.CB
Daydreaming actually helps you come up with solutions. Tip # 159.3
Take a sink shower. Tip # 159.2
Wash your gym clothes once a week.
Tip # 159.1
Wear something light to stay cool.
The third clue for the science word puzzler is, "You can easliy find it on the web."
The second clue to solve the science word puzzler is, it spins.
The first clue to solve the science puzzler is, it's something in the classroom.
While trying to solve the science word puzzler, Ned daydreams of being a James Bond-type spy.
The clues for the science word puzzler are wolf, water, and trapdoor.
It's Pizza Day for lunch, but Mr. Sweeny makes the class wait until they solve the science word puzzler.
Tip # 769.CB
Daydream at an educational classroom item.
Suzy Crabgrass daydreams of Seth Powers.
Coconut Head daydreams of the weasal.
Lisa Zemo daydreams of Cookie.
Tip # 127.1F
Avoid the out-the-window daydream.
Ned daydreams Moze has super breath and Cookie has a light ray.
Ned daydreams that he can move objects with his mind.
Cosmo and Wanda did not provide an "option card" to wish for the riddle's answer, but they would have allowed him to wish for it.
In the gym episode Moze closed her locker. Then when Ned and Cookie came, her locker was open. Then it was closed again.
Cookie: Agent Ned, I have news. One good and one bad.
Ned: Ok, what's the bad news?
Cookie: I couldn't make into Sweeney´s security system.
Ned: Uh, so what's the good news?
Cookie: It's still a cool watch!
Ned: Let them go Sweeny. They're hungry. They smell melted cheese.
Moze: Either he's lost his mind or that's a really fun chair.
(Cookie's making a deal with Seth)
Seth: It'll cost a week of math homework.
Moze: The Fairly OddParents?!
Ned: What? It's my daydream!
Ned: And.... I have Moze powers. (puts mose in front of him) Go get him.
Moze: He's evil.
(as Cosmo flips notecards)
Wanda: Your options are: A: Snowcones. B: Wish you were in the classroom to free the kids from Sweeny. Or: C: Snowcones.
Ned: I pick B!
(after Cosmo and Wanda poof them into the classroom)
Moze: I would have wished for the answer to the riddle.
Ned: That wasn't one of my options!
Cosmo: Oh you could have wished for anything I was just out of notecards!
Ned was never bugged by Moze beating him up until he was picked on for it.
Daran Norris, who does the voice of Cosmo plays Gordy.
Guide To: Day Dreams was Devon's favorite episode to film from season 1.
The way the script was originally written had Ned recieve a kiss from Suzie in a daydream, but the actors couldn't stop laughing, so the scene was changed!
The life lesson in the day dreaming part was: "Sometimes day dreaming is a life-saving" and many people including adults used this as a tool.
Cosmo and Wanda make an appearance in this episode. The reason? Scott Fellows, the creator NDSSG is also a writer for Fairly Oddparents.
Cosmo & Wanda appear in this episode because the man who plays Gordy also plays Cosmo.
Coach Stax teaches Ned martial arts with a boxing doll similar to the game Rock'em Sock'em Robots.