Strange Days at Blake Holsey High

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  • Season 4 Episode 3: Conclusions (3)

  • Cut and Changed Scenes:

    Chopped Up: Last 30 seconds from last episode, goes right into scene; Time Cuts
    Movie Form: Continuous, No Time Cuts

    Chopped Up: Original Intro as if normal episode
    Movie Form: (no intro, movie in progress)

    Chopped Up: Z/Josie Scene: Cut out bunson burner part
    Movie Form: Scene Intact.

    Chopped Up: Z/Josie Scene: Z's Story shorter - time cuts
    Movie Form: Scene Intact

    Chopped Up: Corrine/Lucas Scene: Time Cuts, Some of Lucas's Lines cut on Z's CLass Cut
    Movie Form: No Time Cuts, Line Cuts

    Chopped Up: Z/Kids Scene: Z's lines of stalling cut out
    Movie Form: No Cut

    Chopped Up: Vaughn/Aveneir Scene Completely Cut
    Movie: Scene Intact

    Chopped Up: Time Cuts in Josie/Sarah Scene
    Movie Form: No Time Cuts

    Chopped Up: Z/Durst outside scene Completely Cut
    Movie Form: Scene Intact

    Chopped Up: Josie/Aveneir Scene Lines Cut
    Movie Form: All Lines In Tact

    Chopped Up: Vaughn Does not see Josie before device is sent away
    Movie: Scene Intact

    Chopped Up: Vaughn/Aveneir/Josie Scene: Some Vaughn Lines Cut, Severe Time Cuts.
    Movie Form: All Lines Intact, No Time Cuts

    Chopped Up: Extended Cheer For Black Hole High Cut Short
    Movie Form: Full Scene Intact

    Chopped Up: Z and Kids Scene: Some Lines Cut
    Movie Form: All Lines Intact

    Chopped Up: Final Scene: Zoom out of school cut shorter, Original Show Credits Used, No Outtakes.
    Movie Form: Full Scene, No Cuts, Movie Credits and Outtakes Reel.

  • The Final Scene for this episode was shot on their 1st day of shooting.

    Each scene for each episode (1-3) was shot out of order.

    Shooting Completed on Sat Aug 6, 2005

  • Season 4 Episode 2: Conclusions (2)

  • Cut and Changed Scenes:

    Chopped Form: Brief Recap from last 2 minutes of Lucas/Clone/Victor Scene and then up to the Point of not seeing the Janitor. Then Cuts to Original Intro.
    Movie Form: (No Recap, show resumes in continuation with no breaks)

    Chopped Form: Crew Credits roll during opening scene as a normal episode
    Movie Form: No Crew Credits

    Chopped Form: Z/Durst Scene Cut, Z Cuts right to discovering lock was cut.
    Movie Form: Entire Scene Intact

    Chopped Form: Corrine/Vaughn Scene Small time cut, no lines cut
    Movie Form: No Time Cuts

    Chopped Form: Clone/Josie Scene Small Time Cut, No Lines Cut
    Movie Form: No Time Cuts

    Chopped Form: Clone/Josie Scene: This is what happens if Victor loses Line Cut
    Movie Form: All Lines In Tact

    Chopped Form: Corrine/Vaughn Scene: Hallway time cuts, no missing lines
    Movie Form: No Time Cuts

    Chopped Form: Credits Come in as normal episode.
    Movie: No Credits

  • Season 4 Episode 1: Conclusions (1)

  • Josie2 sacrifices herself to an alternate dimension in order to save and return Josie to her own reality and timeline.

  • Sarah Lynch Pearson (Vaughn Pearson's mother), and John Avenir (Josie Trent's father) are both from the future.

  • When aired as 3 parts, the Original Show Intro is used, and not the Special Movie Intro.

    The Movie is shown in widescreen with black bars on the top and bottom. When broken to 3 episodes, its in full screen, like a normal episode would.

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    Cut and Changed Scenes:

    In The movie form: New Intro, Then Recap from Past,Inquiry
    In The Chopped Form: Recap, then Old Intro.

    Movie Form: All Lines in Clone/Lucas Scene Intact
    Chopped Form: Lines cut in Josie Clone and Lucas Scene

    Movie Form: All Lines from Vaughn/Aveneir Scene Intact
    Chopped Form: Lines cut in Vaughn/Aveneir Scene

    Chopped Form: Credits Appear Normally with no break in from Bloopers.

  • Season 3 Episode 12: Past

  • When Josie and Blake were walking outside of the school and Blake was telling her things about it, if you look at the school you see that there are these "wall plants" on it - those leaves that grow around a building. How in the world does a brand new building already have THOSE all over it?

  • The subfloor of the Science Office is made of Palladium in order to enable the wormhole to function as necessary. This detail was designed into the original blueprints of the Blake Holsey structure, which had previously been known as New Chichester Preparatory Academy.

    Palladium is a rare metallic element, and was discovered in 1802. The chemical symbol is Pd, the atomic weight is 106.2.

    Palladium when combined with yellow gold produces white gold.

  • In the episode Robot, Principal Durst said Blake Holsey High was 150 years old. But in this episode they are still constructing Blake Holsey High and it's 1879, wich would make the building 125 or 126 years. (Contributor: Jane_Doe)

  • In that time, Cameras tookat least 10 minutes to take a picture, not only they didn't take pictures of landscapes like in the show, but Josie would have to stay 10 minutes there in the same position so that the picture was taken correctly. (Contributor: Jane_Doe)

  • When Vaughn is in the door with Blake Holsey you can see the Different Positions between shots
    (Contributor: ma_xxx)

  • When Josie has just arrived in 1879 and meets "Headmistress Durst", she is sent upstairs to put on more suitable clothing. When she comes down, not only is she dressed for the period, but she has also managed to curl her hair. Since her main goal at the time was to get back to the "Science Room" and see if the wormhole would open, why would she take the considerable amount of time needed to work on her hair? (Contributor: systemcv)

  • Season 3 Episode 11: Friction

  • Did you know? The type of friction described here is where molecules of one object bond with molecules of another, causing an almost unbreakable bond. This is more drastic when it affects humans as it did in this episode because some of the possible methods are eliminated because the subjects are only human... and can feel pain

  • Season 3 Episode 7: Vision

  • Remember Radio? Lucas was told what an idiot he was to trick his friends, yet he does it again here! You'd think he had learnt his lesson last time.

  • Season 3 Episode 6: Nanotechnology

  • Once the science club figured out that sound waves could be used to help Josie, they decided to use them on the laptop. But wouldn't Pr. Z. be a little upset at that? That laptop could have important information about a lot of things: class schedules, black hole related stuff, etc. Besides, you can't exactly buy a laptop at the 99cents store!

  • The dining room and the detentions room are the same room

  • Season 3 Episode 5: Camouflage

  • The message alignment on the board was actually changed from the time before Tyler went into the wormhole and after he came back. Basically, the information was the same, the information was just rewritten.

  • Season 3 Episode 4: Tesseract

  • When Marshall gives Lucas the weird hug thing he gave him the first time his head is on Lucas' shoulder. The second time at the end of the episode Marshall's head is on Lucas' Stomach (Contributor: karategrl)

  • Season 3 Episode 3: Allure

  • When Corrine and Josie go up to Marshall and Lucas' room to warn Marshall about Diana, the door says that its room 33 but Lucas and Marshall's room is room 32
    (Contributor: hellokittygirl)

  • When they go to the cinema, the title of the movie say the revenge of pod people, but inside the poster say, the revenge of ape people. (Contributor: ma_xxx) There were 2 movies playing Revenge of the Pod People and Revenge of the Ape People. it was shown on the outside board.

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