Through the series, in the hallways you can see that the fire alarms on the walls are a mixture of old-style fire bells and modern fire horns with strobe lights. However, in this episode, only the older bells ring during a fire drill. The newer horn/strobes do not activate at all.
Jennifer Tu reads a book called "The Orchids and Gumbo Poker Club". This book was also mentioned in the Lizzie McGuire episode, "Mom's Best Friend".
When Abraham Lincoln appears on Ned's shoulder, he says, "Call me Abe," but in real life, Lincoln hated the nickname "Abe."
In "Cheaters," some methods Moze used to stop Bitsy from cheating was moving farther from Bitsy in her seat, writing smaller, and wearing a somberro so she can't see. In the end, making her fail was what made Bitsy stop however.
Bendeict Arnold isn't really the biggest traitor in America, he was because the British forced him to be in their side and his wife was a Loyalist but since he really didn't get much chance of being a second in command person, he is recorded to be the biggest traitor in America.
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.