This is one of the only episodes that follow in the same timeline,because they were talking about the dance from ''Double Dates'',the other 15-minute episode that goes along with''The Last Day''.
In "The Last Day" Gordy is wearing a chipmunk costume while trying to catch the weasel, but refers to himself as a squirrel.
Nurse Hunsucker goes into the boy's bathroom in 'Double Dating'.
When day turns to night in "Double Dating", there is a crescent moon. Later on, when Ned goes to the toilet the first time, it's a full moon.
Foreshadowing: In, "Double Dating," when Ned runs to the bathroom for the first time, you can see a tall kid walk by looking at Ned as he runs to the girl's bathroom. This kid looks a lot like (or is) Faymen Phortune, a main character in season 3. He also walks by a Brazil sign, Faymen's former country he lived in before moving.
In "The Last Day," Susie tests Ned to see if he is boyfriend material. He passes.
In "Double Dating," Moze and Susie show up wearing the exact same dress.
In "Guide To: Failing and Tutors," the lunch lady tells Ned when she reads the corn that he'll kiss his true love at a dance. In this episode, Ned kisses Moze at a dance.
Ned and Moze kissed 3 times: Double Dating, The Last Day, and the blooper reels.
When the toilet explodes the first time the smoke is on left. But when it happens The 2nd time, the smoke is on the right.
On the "Last Day" episode, you see Ned and Moze kiss again at the back of the school bus to prove to each other and to themselves that the accidental kiss shared at the school dance previous night meant nothing. But you can see that it meant something.
Jennifer Moze and Ned Bigby accidentally kiss each other at the school dance.
Aired in Canada on Family's "Schooled" marathon May 23rd 2006.
Ned: I feel great!!! (throws glass behind him and the glass breaks)
Vanessa: Paris is so romantic!
Cookie: And cold!
Moze: So let me get this straight: you're Ted Bigby: Ned's evil twin from Iceland. And it was you at the dance last night, not Ned?
Ned: (with Icelandic accent) Brilliant, no?
Cookie: Ned, Ned, Ned. You finally get a date with the girl of your dreams and you kiss Moze?
Ned: I know. If Suzie finds out she'll never talk to me again!
Cookie: But you have a plan?
Ned: (picks up a hammer) Oh yeah! (he then starts to pound the hammer against his hand over and over again while Cookie's looking nervous) But first I gotta return this (the hammer) to Chopsaw!
Susie: You took a kiss from Moze, not me.
Ned: I'm so sorry. It was a total accident. I didn't want her kisses! I wanted yours!
Moze: Hey! My kisses are just as good as her kisses!
(Ned and Moze begin arguing)
(Ned and Moze stop arguing and turn to Suzie)
Suzie: It's a piece of chocolate.
(Ned and Moze both begin stuffing their mouths with chocolate and laughing nervously.)
Ned: The last day of school. It's the day everyone looks forward to. Except if you accidently kiss your best friend the night before instead of your dream girl and you're afraid the last day of school may be the last day of your entire life!
Ned: (In the bathroom) Wheres Suzie?
Moze: (outside of the bathroom) Shes with Jock.
Ned: No she's suppose to be with me to kiss!
(Ned's groaning can be heard)
Moze: That's it! I'm calling for help!
Suzie: This double date is kind of fun.
Moze: Yeah, until Ned tries to kiss you again.
(Moze drinks a beverage)
Suzie: Tonight I might actually let him.
(Moze spits out the beverage)
Ned: (to Cookie) Just so you know, a double date doesn't mean you have two dates.
Ned: Hey suzie moze has a date around the world and didn't want to go alone and we thought it would be fun to make a double date you know less pressure.
Suzie: Sounds like fun. I'm in.
Moze: There's only problem I don't have a date for the double date.
Ned: I have have a bad Problem!
Moze: Is it "I Don't Wanna Kiss Suzie Bad" Or "Doo-Doos in the Pants Bad?"
Ned: It's more like Doo-Doos. (Stomach Gurgles loudly) Actually it is Doo-Doos!
(He then turns Moze around and kisses her thinking she's Suzie)
Moze: Suzie's on the dance floor!
Ned: I can't believe we let some crazy kiss ruin our last day.
Moze: I know! And I didn't feel a thing.
Ned: Me too! It was like kissing a wall!
Moze: Yea, a wall that couldn't kiss!
Ned: If we kissed again, it wouldn't mean a thing.
Moze: I couldn't agree with you more!
(They kiss again)
Ned: See nothing.
Moze: Yep, not a thing.
(They act all nervous like it really did mean something)
Double date=less pressure.
Avoid awkward silences in double dating.
The Last Day
Don't forget to take your projects.
Clean your locker out.
Get your yearbook signed.
Including the time in Kindergarten, and the time in the guide to Cheaters, this is the third time Ned has gone into the girl's bathroom.
This is Moze's second kiss on the show.
The way Cookie tries to make Lisa feel better after she finds out he was dating two people in "Double Dating" is the same way that Lisa tries to dance with Cookie in "Dances."
Although it seemed for a bit in "Failing" that Cookie would go to 9th grade, Moze to 8th and Ned would stay in 7th, all 3 will go to 8th grade next year.
After two seasons Ned finally wins over Suzie.
Ned is torn Between his feelings for Moze and Suzie.
Gordy finally catches the weasel in "The Last Day", but decides to let him go when he refuses to see him get killed.
Moze and Ned kiss in this episode at the dance. In "Failing," Lunch Lady predicts that Ned will kiss his true love at an upcoming school dance.
Jock Goldman returns.
Moze is now Suzies best friend.
Ned and Moze kiss in both episodes.
Ned and Suzie are now a couple.
"Double Dating & The Last Day" are the second pair of episodes that are related to each other. This is proven when Cookie says in "Double Dating" "But tomorrow's the last day of school, and we may never see each other again." The first pair is "Guide to: Crushes & Dances" because in "Crushes" Ned tries to ask Suzie to the dance, and "Dances" is all about dancing tips. However, it was never said if the dance in "Crushes" was supposed to take place that night.
Cookie dates Lisa and Vanessa at the same time using many excuses to travel between both.
This is the second time the stars are on the bus in a scene.
By the episode's description, this is the season finale of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide.
Jock Goldman: "...And I had to leave the school wearing only a pink elephant" (Or something like that)
This is referring to the episode "Upperclassman" when a 5th grader steals Jocks clothes and he has to exit the school with "Mr. Pinky" the elephant.
Moze tells Ned that cheese pants were his worst idea. This is a reference to the Fairly Oddparents episode where Timmy wishes for cheese pants.
The "opening number" in "The Last Day" is a reference to the musical Grease. On the students' last day of school they sing "We Go Together" with such scat phrases as "AWOPBOPALOOBOP-AWOPBAMBOO!"
When Cookie is dancing next to Lisa in the classroom he says stuff like "I bet you're a great dancer" this is exactly what Lisa did to Cookie in Survival Guide to Crushes & Dances.