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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.
When the teacher hands Moze the hall pass so she can go and fill her water bottle, he informs Cookie that since she has a medical emergency, the "One-pass-at-a-rule" time does not apply. The order of the words "Time" and "Rule" were reversed.
In Science Fair we learn that Cookie is allergic to Walnuts.
Foreshadow: In "Failing" when Ned asks the lunch lady to read his corn, she predicts that he will kiss his true love at an upcoming dance. Ned kisses Moze (who he ends up with at the end of the series) at the school's dance in "Double Dating".
Moze said that she never failed in her life even though she failed on purpose in "Cheaters / Bullies" so Bitsy can stop cheating.
In Failing the guidance counselor dressed as a goth kid says to the magic pyramid "Am I going to smash you into a million pieces?" The pyramid replies NO and she says "You're wrong," and throws it into the ground. But the pyramid was right she only broke it into about ten pieces.
Timmy Toot-Toot talks for the first time in this episode.
When Moze leaves after Jock tries to ask her out, he puts his arm on Ned's shoulder. Ned says, "I'd love to say and chat, but I'm off to meet my new tutor." The angle changes as he's saying this. Right before the shot changes to show the two of them standing there (instead of mostly showing Ned), you see Ned's arm go up to take Jock's arm off his shoulder. When it switches angles though, Ned's arms are down, then he reaches across and moves Jock's arm with his other arm.
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