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It is discovered that Kazu's hometown is in Birmingham, Alabama.
This is Kazu's (Brian Tee's) Season 2 debut.
Kazu's license plate is SUSHI ROX.
Zoey was the one who ordered the tempura roll, which then caused the fire, but Coach Keller did not get mad at her.
Logan blames Chase and Zoey for the fire, but it's really Kazu's fault. He could've turned off the stove or grill.
In this episode, Nicole is eating fish. But in the episode, "Little Beach Party," she said she usually doesn't like fish.
While the girls and boys are partying after the girls' win, the song "Mandy" is being played by the DJ. It is by the Jonas Brothers off their CD "It's About Time."
The "Tek Mate" is an exact replica of the T-Mobile Sidekick II.
The numbers in each of the two combinations are related to the other numbers within that combination. The boys' combination, 27-12-36, are all multiples of three. The girls' combination, 14-7-21, are multiples of seven.
When Quinn calls Zoey's Tekmate, it rings, yet when the girls text message the combination to Zoey, it does nothing. Chase clearly didn't touch it between those two events, so it couldn't have been off during the text message.
Zoey still has her Tek Mate on when she is being pulled off the fountain to run back inside to watch "Gender Defenders." So it is impossible for her to have left it at the fountain.
When Chase and Michael are talking after Chase realizes he sent the wrong message, if you look closely, Chase's Tek Mate is shown open and closed in between shots.
Mistake: When Chase is typing the message he accidentally sends to Zoey, it says to "PCA Michael" so it couldn't have been sent to Zoey.
Everyone's last names are learned:
When "Gender Defenders" is being played back at PCA, it is done exactly the way it was aired earlier in the episode.
After the second challenge, Dustin starts running in circles and laughs madly but when he runs into the shot, we see he's not laughing or even smiling.
In the opening credits for "Gender Defenders," Nicole is not mentioned.
Not that everyone would be as rich as Logan, but PCA is a nice boarding school. The kids would proabably be wealthy, and every kid at the school was shocked at the limo. Some, if not all, of these kids would also be rich.
In this episode, it is discovered that Quinn plays the trombone.
Chase was told he would get pie for tutoring Lola, but she never made him any.
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child stars, pressures of high school, kids hijinks, Pre-Teens, young love