Strange Days at Blake Holsey High

Season 2 Episode 7

Ecosystem

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Aired Saturday 12:30 PM Dec 06, 2003 on NBC
8.7
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Ecosystem
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There's just no way Josie could be a thief, or could there be? It's a battle of truth vs rumour, as it becomes intolerable for Josie and Corrine to share the same living space. Meanwhile, the sponge in the aquarium is multiplying and covering the school. Lucas, Marshall, and Professor Z have to get to work before the sponges cover the entire planet...moreless

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  • Typical rumours spread that arn't true classic

    8.6
    This episode is a very good one. For many reasons. I like how this episode has to do with the friendship between Josie & Corrine. It also shows how mean Madison can be by spreading rumours. Also her mad flirting skills. I was surprised how Marshall &`Lucas considered Josie was stealing. All in all i love this episode
  • "Ecosystem" Josie is accused of being a stealer. The whole thing was accidently started by Corrine. With all of there arguing the science lab sponges rapidly multiply. So in the end they must find out a way to comunicate before the sponges eat covmoreless

    9.0
    This is one of the best episode of this series. It's funny and well writen. I mean you have the Josie and Corrine thing and the sponge thing, but they connect and that leads to them trying to figure out what is going on. The boys (Lucas, Marshall, Professor Z) don't realize it's Josie and Corrine who made the sponges multiply so they play a really annoying sound. It's a pop boy band song and then the sponges start to disappear. So they start to sing to the sponges. When the sponges are almost all gone the girls find the 3 singing and dancing. The boys realize that the danced and sang like fools for nothing. But, they continue anyway. This was so HILARIOUS!!

    This is a great episode and everyone should see it.



    ~notNkansas~moreless
  • As rumors about Josie spread around the school, so do the sponges that resided in the aquarium of the science lab.

    9.7
    This episode is te first that really brings out and shows Corrine's and Josie's room-mate differences. They get into a little fight about these differences, and all of a sudden people are saying stuff about Josie, like how she stole stuff from Corrine. And as the rumor as well as the fight gets worse, Pr. Z and Lucas and Marshall are having trouble with spreading sponges around the school. They do everything they can but nothing works. But just as Josie and Corrine are making up upstairs, Pr. Z's gang turns the radio on to badd music, and the sponges start to disappear. Josie and Corrine realize that it's their making up that is causing the sponges to disappear, while Pr. Z, Marshall, and Lucas, think it's the bad music - so thet end up singing with all their might to the sponges. When Corrine and Josie come into the room to tell them what they did to make the spones go away, they surprize the singers, who after realizing they have embarrased themselves infront of the whole school, continue singing to make the best and BY FAR funniest ending in the whole series. It had me rolling on the floor, and for that I just added .4 points to my rating.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When the liquid is spilling from Prof. Z's cup, it's almost transparent implying that the liquid was coffee but when he's mopping it off the floor it's brown tea.

  • QUOTES (10)

    • Josie: (To Corrine) 'Sorry,' that's it!? What about 'here's your reputation back, sorry it's a little rough around the edges.'

    • Vaughn: Josie, people are saying stuff about you.
      Josie: People are always saying stuff about me.

    • (There are hundreds of sponges covering the inside of Blake Holsey High)
      Marshall: (To the others) I just got off the phone with the aquarium.
      Professor Z: And?
      Marshall: They'll take three.

    • Lucas: What if we take the most horrible sound we can think of and aim it at the sponges?
      (Scene cuts to them listening to the boy band music)

    • Lucas: What if they're not really sponges? What if they're aliens and it's our job to save them?
      (Z and Corrine glare at him)
      Lucas: Just ignore me.

    • THE SONG THAT LUCAS, PROFESSOR Z, AND MARSHALL SING TO THE SPONGES:

      Hey, hey...
      Hoo-ooh...ooh-hoo...
      I can't live without you
      Baby, you're the one
      I just want you to know
      Every night and day, I think about you...
      Stay forever mine
      'Cause I can't let you go

      Ever since I met you
      My life's never been the same
      My heart skips a beat
      I can't stay on my feet
      My head is spinning around
      And 'round and 'round

      I can't live without you
      Baby, you're the one
      I just want you to know

      They stop because Corrine and Josie talk

      Professor Z: two-three-four!!

      I can't live without you
      Baby, you're the one
      I just want you to know
      Every night and day, I think about you...
      Stay forever mine...
      'Cause I can't let you go...(fades)

    • Lucas: (To Josie and Corrine) So, basically, we made idiots of ourselves for nothing?

    • Madison: (To her friends) Now hear this, Trent update.

    • Corrine: (To herself) Unless, when the sponge is not looking, Josie takes the rock.

    • Madison: (To Vaughn) I've lost two pounds.
      Josie: And if you got your brain liposuctioned, you'd lose another ounce.

  • NOTES (7)

    • Guide Listings:

      A misunderstood statement by Corrine leads to gossip about Josie. (MSN TV Listings)

      A misunderstood statement turns into gossip about Josie as she sneaks around in preparation for a birthday surprise for Corrine. (TV Guide Listings)

    • Mistake: When Lucas, Z, And Marshall are singing to the sponges Lucas untucks his shirt. Then when Josie and Corrine come into the room it is tucked back in and then becomes untucked again.

    • When commercials are over, Josie plans to burn a CD for Corrine. But before that, there's a shot at the Pearson Mansion. Look closely at the left and you'll see Victor and Vaughn's address: 651 McKenzie Ave.

    • While Professor Z, Lucas, and Marshall are singing to the sponges, you can see some people watching from outside the science lab.

    • Janitor's secret message: "Josie and Corrine know each other well" and "Josie will find what she's looking for."

    • Learned: Sponges are one of the oldest kinds of animals on Earth. Most sponges live their entire lives attached to rocks, bivalves, or coral. Sponges can reproduce asexually. Sponges are not plants, they are animals. Kleptomania is where someone randomly steals things without reason.

    • This episode was first aired Nov 1, 2003 on Global Saskatoon
      TNBC/DCKids original air date: Dec 6, 2003.
      UK original air date: Dec 2, 2003.

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