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Miss Winifred Fowl (voice)
Cynthia Aurora "Cindy" Vortex (voice)
Liberty Danielle "Libby" Folfax (voice)
Carlton Ulysses Wheezer (voice)
When Miss Fowl is asking Jimmy and Cindy to explain their Fs, we can see that the quiz Jimmy submitted while in Cindy's body reads:
"The ant is a member of what family?
What are the names of the planets?
Farkle, GubGub, Fragglesmacking, Beetle
What fruit do raisins come from?
How many suns orbit the earth?
What is a sun?
How many eggs are in a dozen?
When Jimmy is explaining how to use the Virtual Brain Pods, he says that all their memories would appear on the screen. When Sheen puts the first memory in Jimmy's head the blue thing starts to rise. If that's what measured who's brain had something in it and all of Jimmy's and Cindy's memories had appeared on the screen, why would their still be some of the blue and pink stuff on both their body models.
The deletion of the last memory has caused speculation by some viewers as to whether Jimmy and Cindy's love is real, or is a result of the deletion.
In See Jimmy Run, apparently, Jimmy inherited at least a little of his genius from his mom, because she predicted what the shoes would do.
In Trading Faces...
Jimmy as Cindy: Don't put my hands on my hips! Guys don't do that!
But in See Jimmy Run, Jimmy is humming with his right hand on his hip.
We learn that after this episode Jimmy has a rapturous enjoyment of mustard.
We learn that Cindy has a perfect attendance record!
We learn in this episode that Jimmy once invented a "toilet in a briefcase" as "an invaluable accessory for the travelling businessman."
When Jimmy as Cindy say "Farkle, Gub-gub" while writing on his/Cindy's test, when the papers are shown with F's on Jimmy (as Cindy)'s paper, "Gub-gub" is written before "Farkle."
In "See Jimmy Run", the track is unfair because Cindy is on the inside of the cricular track and Jimmy is on the outside of it. Jimmy's starting point or ending point should give him a foot of a headstart.
In "See Jimmy Run," the park fountain that is seen in "Professor Calamitous, I Presume" of the man peeing, is different than the one in this episode.
When Jimmy runs through a cloud, wouldn't he be wet afterwards?
In "Trading Faces," why didn't Jimmy and Cindy's voices stay in their original bodies?
Coach Gruber's shirt says "Lindburgh Elementary." It's really "Lindbergh Elementary."
In "Trading Faces," Carl and Sheen hide behind a wall while talking to Jimmy in Cindy's body. Carl says that they can't be seen talking to a girl, but in many episodes, the boys are seen talking to Cindy and/or Libby.
Response: Carl has a slight laugh in his voice as he says it, so must have been joking.
Jimmy: I call it, the Neutronic Encephalo Synthesizer. It isolates a brain-wave, passes to a twelfth tone exirum, and outwaves it through an automative frequency.
Carl: What was the first part again and the middle part?
Sheen: Yeah, and the end-y part, too.
Nissa: (mocking Jimmy) Race you to the lockers, Jimmy!! (the girls laugh)
Jimmy as Cindy: Do we have to hide in here?
Carl: Well, sorry, Jim. We don't wanna see you talking to a girl.
Sheen: Yeah we would expose to a constant (puts his hands over his head in a funny way
Cindy: Did you um, notice, when our brains were floating inside that thing together, which was disgusting, by the way! One of us was imagining us walking down a country lane, holding hands, and um, kissing?
Jimmy: Yeah, I remember that. But it wasn't my brain thinking it.
Cindy: Well it sure as heck wasn't mine!
Libby: Flip the switch, and shut them up!
(after Jimmy is put back in his body)
Jimmy: (smiling) I can't see my ankles.
Carl: (screaming) Oh, no! He's blind!
Jimmy: Uh, no, Carl. I have my own pants back!
Nick: Cindy, what happened last night? You said something about an extra concert ticket, then the line went dead.
Jimmy as Cindy: I wouldn't go to a concert with you if you were the last boy on EARTH! That's how stuck up I am.
(Libby, Britney, Courtney, and Amber gasp)
Jimmy as Cindy: Urgh, my ankles are freezing! Why don't girls just buy pants that cover their legs?!
Cindy as Jimmy: Stop dragging my feet! Those're new shoes!
Jimmy as Cindy: Do you think I spent enough hours on my hair this morning? Hey, everybody, look at my ankles! When'll I ever get a pair of pants the right length? (small laugh) Who knows?!
Sheen: Since we're just kids, and this is a ghost, I suggest we run away as quickly as possible, screaming at the top of our lungs.
Sheen: Don't be alarmed or anything, Carl, but I think we may be in the presense of a creature from the other side!
Carl: Of the playground?
Sheen: No. I mean a spirit. A phantom. An apparition!
Carl: Oh, you mean like a person that used to be a person and then they died and now they're a ... GHOST!
Miss Fowl: I would like an explana-aaa-tion for these two disgra-aahaa-ceful papers!
Cindy as Jimmy: There's a simple explanation, Miss Fowl! I, Jimmy Neutron, am a complete, gabble-headed dipstick!
Miss Fowl: Huh?
Jimmy as Cindy: But not as big a dipstick as you are, Miss Fowl. And if I don't get a month's worth of detention for that, you're even dumber than you look!
Cindy as Jimmy: Oh, yeah? Well, how many detentions is this worth, Miss Fowl-Breath! (stomps on her desk, scattering papers)
Sheen: Don't worry, Jimmy and Cindy. I'll put your minds back in the right pa-laces!
Cindy as Jimmy: You can't even keep the gravy inside your mashed potato volcano at lunch. You expect me to let you put my brain back?!
Libby: (stifles a laugh behind her hand) Cindy, don't worry. I know your brain, and I won't let them put any stupid boy stuff in it.
Nick: Dude, you're not a dude!
Cindy: Uh, w-wait, Nick, see, I can explain! You see, I was jumping rope, and then the jump rope came alive, and well, I-
(Nick walks away and Cindy groans)
Cindy: (on the phone) Nick! I, uh, I hate to bother you at home, but, uh (giggles), I'm stuck with these two dumb tickets for, uh (giggles again while looking at her computer screen that displays Ticketmeister.com), what was the name of that band you liked again?
Carl: (reading Jimmy and Cindy's personality traits) The ability to whistle. (to Libby) Can Cindy whistle?
Libby: (sighs) I don't know!
Sheen: We gave Jimmy rapturous enjoyment of mustard! Let's give Cindy whistling.
This is the first time Jimmy is wearing his brand new watch in "See Jimmy Run".
"See Jimmy Run" can be seen on the DVD Jet Fusion, and "Trading Faces" can be seen on the DVD Sea of Trouble.
Cindy: I hope Brainzilla isn't on tomorrow's little suprise.
Brainzilla is a spoof from the movie Godzilla.
See Jimmy Run: Title
The title of this episode is a pun of a line in Dick and Jane: "See Dick Run".
Clothes: Salvation Navy
When Jimmy in Cindy's body gives Cindy's clothes away, the truck that was taking the clothes was the Salvation Navy (you can only see Salvation Na, but it's pretty obvious it's Navy), a spoof of The Salvation Army.
The website Cindy tries to order concert tickets from is Ticketmeister, a spoof of Ticketmaster.
Titles: "Trading Faces / A Mind Is A Terrible Thing, Two Ways"
"Trading Faces" spoofs Trading Places. "A Mind Is A Terrible Thing, Two Ways" is from the slogan "A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste."
Jimmy and Cindy: Personality transfer
The personality transferance between Jimmy and Cindy looked just like the transfer between Captain Kirk and Dr. Janice Lester in Classic Star Trek's last episode, "Turnabout Intruder."
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