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In The Usual Suspects, the note that is shown to Principal Hickey is dated the 18th April 1987, almost 10 years before the show aired.
In The Unusual Suspects, when Nicky tells her story, she eats the paper that had the formula on it. It also had an unknown and possibly lethal chemical on it. Nicky should have known better than to eat that paper.
In Have You Ever Been Unsupervised? when Pepper Ann, Milo, and Nicky are walking to Dieter's house- they stop in front of the yard. In the backyard, you can see a few kids running into the house. When the kids (about 3 I think) are in, the door stays open. Right after that, they walk down the driveway- the door isn't shown. They stop for a second and then go to the door. The door is now closed and they ring the doorbell and Dieter's mom answers it. She may have closed the door but most likely she would have seen them and kept the door open for them. Was it a goof??
In Manly Milo, Milo reforms the bully Shelf McLain. But he is still a bully in later episodes.
This is the first time we hear eighth grade lingo such as "load."
We learn Nicky hates the Autoharp.
In Soccer Season, when Dieter is in the car with Pepper Ann, the buildings which can be seen through his window are moving in the wrong direction.
Crush and Burn is the first time we hear about Gwen Mezzrow's crush on Dieter.
In "Crush and Burn", after Pepper Ann takes Milo's hat, he wears a few substitutes. They are: a furry hat with ear flaps, a lamp shade, a fruit hat, a Native American headdress and a balloon animal.
This episode has the first appearance of Ms. Bladdar, who spends subsequent episodes as a substitute teacher for Ms. Ford.
Family Vacation is the first episode in which Crash appears and the running joke of no-one getting his name right is started.
Crunch Pod is the first time Nicky mentions about being chased by the swan.
In the start, Pepper Ann saying 'Drama Sucks' is replaced by Pepper Ann scoffing.
The bus which has the old people on it, has "Cocoon Gables" written on the side.
When the customers were grossed out after Lydia echoed, "Pimple", in the Spanish version the customers cheered.
Even though the it part ends with, " To Be Continued", this is NOT a two part episode.