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Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide

Season 1 Episode 6

Sick Days / Spelling Bee

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 17, 2004 on Nickelodeon

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  • Trivia

    • In sick days, Ned is put in a giant plastic hamster ball to prevent getting germs.

    • When the Killer Bees are taunting Cookie by saying "choke", one of the Killer Bees says an extra "choke" without the other two saying the word.

    • Why was Cookie so worried about getting sent home. He already came to school for most of the day, so it wouldn't count against his attendance record.

    • In "Sick Days", it is clear that Ned is not really trying when he is trying to move the hamster ball by pushing on it with his hands and one foot.

    • When Mat and Ned are on the bike in Ned's daydream, you can see it's not Ned, it's actually a dummy on Mat's back.

    • When Ned is reading in Study hall he has a book. When the bell rings, the camera goes to Ned then backs up, so you can see the table, the book is gone.

    • Moze doesn't like speaking in public in Sick days, but if she is in the spelling bee that means talking in front of people.

  • Quotes

  • Notes

    • Tips
      Sick Days:
      Home sick? Ask friends to take notes.
      Try to get your classmates to video-tape everything.
      Types of sickness: Really Sick or Faking It.
      Stay away from Cookie during flu season.
      Spelling Bee:
      Practice, practice, practice!
      Prepare for distractions.
      Imagine the audience in their underwear.

    • Moze hates public speaking.

    • Moze kisses Coconut Head.

    • We learn Cookie has a perfect attendance record.

    • The word Cookie had to spell to win was "Victorious". The year before, it was the word "easy," which he got wrong.

    • First mention of the Killer Bees, the "spelling bullies."

    • Moze's first (and only) word in the spelling bee was "floccinaucinihilipilification." This word was also used in a Geico commercial where kids at a spelling bee tried to spell it and repeatedly got in wrong. It is actually a real word, and according to dictionary.com, it is defined as "an act or instance of judging something to be worthless or trivial."

    • Some of the words they had to spell:
      Exfoliator, Symptomatic, Exegetical, Whangdoodle, Wafflestomper, Dactylic, Tormentil, Staphylococci, Engastrimuth.

    • The Killer Bees: King Bee, Queen Bee, Stinger

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