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The series revolves around two teenage boys as they try to score dates, get good grades, and It centers on a girl named "Miley Stewart," who lives a double life, one as a country music . It's filled with old wise sayings and character development, plus it's super funny at times. . Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide. far as made-up sayings go, this one is % accurate. O Week . double as your couch! Gotta be of it as Ned's Declassified School Survival . will have all the information about final marking, assignments, midterms, test dates, and more. [Suzie grabs Ned's hand, and looks and smiles at him. Ned does the same until his stomach acts up.
Moze is captain of the volleyball team, holds many school athletic records including the one for holding the most recordsand is also a straight-A student. Happens to Cookie in "Guide to: Recycling," when he ties his milk bottle together to prevent them from being stolen. He sets them down in a pile on a table, and Mr. Wright thinks it's modern art.
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It's a pile of bottles. You need to get out more. It happened in a different way the second time. Ned paints an orange naked lady by mistake "It's just squiggles! Running Gag between Ned and Moze. Also how we learn Evelyn is interested in Cookie. Averted by Moze in "Guide to: A Dog Ate My Homework: Excuses," Ned comments that saying a dog ate your homework is a bad excuse The rest of the episode has him trying to find the dog and convince his teacher Mr.
Sweeney that he wasn't lying. The episode "Guide to: Art Class" had Ned accidentally paint an orange naked lady. The large school air-vents are used for sneaking around in several episodes. All-Cheering All the Time: Missy and her fellow cheerleaders do this in "Guide to: And stop it with the rhyming.
Polk becomes one in the second half of the Halloween episode. As incompetent as he is, he tends to get a lot accomplished when he works with Ned and company. Missy took her place after she disappeared.
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Both were catty, mean, and popular enough to get away with it. Eighth graders in the first two seasons seem to do little more than beat people up with little to no provocation. Detention" one was even referred to as a psycho. Always dressed the same and talked at the same time.
Behavior aspects were deconstructed in "Guide to: In "Guide to Video Projects", the characters have to make a video project, either in a group or individually. While Moze attempts to interview Mr.
Wright and finds him being concerned with looking "cool" for the camera, Ned and Cookie argue over whether to make a Ninja Movie or a Sci-Fi movie. Claire Sawyer, future lawyerworks with her fellow middle schoolers and will work up lawsuits on anyone someone asks her to, no matter how ridiculous the case is.
The girl whose dad owned a video arcade in "Guide to: He makes them to a lot of insane things he himself did, like slam-dunk a basket ball using a gigantic overpowered trampoline, use a mop-bucket slingshot, and dig tunnels through the school. Eventually, his student get fed up and turn against him when he tries to make the fight a psychopath, ironically displaying the very confidence he'd worked to teach them in telling him off.
Eventually, his science teacher Mr. Sweeney is the one to be Ned's tutor once Ned expressed his problems. Meanwhile, Mose herself was mentoring a class of fifth graders. Despite being a good teacher, she failed to teach her class anything because they were so attracted to her.
She could only get them to learn by making herself hideously ugly. In a middle school full of bullies, insane teachers and gross school lunches Granted, in one episode, Ned's lunch crawls off his plate which was the clip used in the Season 1 introbut this isn't a common occurrence.
Ironically the Guide itself. With the second season the focus on the show shifted more to the relationships of the characters instead of "Helpful Guides" for fellow middle school students.
The actual guide was seen and updated as the tips were added, while it was rarely seen later on. Seemingly Lampshaded in "Boys," where Ned is so hung about Suzie moving away that he gets tips writing block. Cookie's glasses as well. Originally, Cookie was supposed to be a cyborg, with quite a few early episodes even referring to him as such. However, as time went on, this aspect of his character was dropped, and his glasses with what appears to be a full working operating system installed in them were the only remnant of this.
Mat Hoffman, a BMX biker, in two episodes. Sportscasters Willie Gault and Van Earl Wright as commentators in various things not necessarily sports related. Carmelo Anthony in "Lost and Found". Happens to Moze and Suzie when they cause a chemistry explosion in the School Clubs episode.
But the trope is played with since she is also scarily insane. Many instances of this, but one particularly notable instance is in "Guide to: Extra Credit," when, after noting that model volcanoes have been on "every TV show ever," Ned, Moze, and Cookie give a long glance toward the camera. It's implied that this happens to Ned. I've been awake in every class! Teacher version with elderly Mrs.
Knapp in Guide to Social Studies. Eventually, she is told she had to retire and was thrilled. Lampshaded in "Guide to Music Class" when the students in Moze's Music Appreciation class are in pajamas and have pillows on their desks. I'm getting the feeling that you all think this class is bedtime with a soundtrack.
Moze trash-talking in "Dutch" in "Guide to: An unintentional funny moment in the Dutch dub, where the obvious Dutch stereotype referee becomes German.
Played Withand then hung a lampshade on their playing with it, when Ned and Cookie fought in "Best Friends". They imitated every cliche Ass Kicking Pose possible, then made up before throwing any actual blows. The Combat Commentators left in disgust. Most of Cookie's inventions. Moze, and later Ned and Cookie, in "Guide to: Money", thanks to the brats they have to look after.
Invoked by Ned and Cookie in "Guide to: School Plays" when they throw banana peels in front of Spencer so that he would slip on them and get injured. But the trope is then defied by Mozewho has a leaf blower handy and blasts the banana peels away smack into Ned and Cookie's faces. Happens to Moze by the end of "Guide to: Embarrassment" after all her attempts to avoid being embarrassed in front of her crush.
The backpack Ned gets to replace his old one in "Guide to Backpacks" had an electric fan, confetti guns and a birthday cake, a fully functioning microwave, and a game system with monitor in his backpack. Ned admitted it was heavy and he couldn't feel his legs, but he liked it. Loomer and his gang's reaction in "Guide to: Dodgeball" when they had to play against Ned and Moze in dodgeball. There's only two left and one of them is a girl. Floored the heads and gave it 30 more horsepower.
Take the pistons and the points. I like kissing boys.
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Friends Moving[ edit ] Evelyn: You see since I actally never trust people and I reseached and learned, Cook's house is not for sale. They're no coconut factories in Hawaii, and I called his dad and he said Simon is in big trouble. The Library[ edit ] Librarian: Not accordion to my records! Let's go to chapter 5, Torture! Nah let's start from the beginning. Making New Friends[ edit ] Moze: So how did it go with Faymen?
Something tells me he dosen't like me. Actually, it was him. You just have to get to know each other, find out what you guys have in common. And I like him, and it's important that my best friend likes him. And got a little treat for you. My aunt gave it to me and it expires today.
We can get manicures, get our faces scrubbed. Guys get manicures all the time. He's got a big soccer practice tonight. Did you know he's like some big soccer prodigy in Brazil? Then I suggest you ask a girl. I'll just get one of my friends on the team to go.
My Lucky Pen's gone!
Cooke, you stay here, look for your stupid pen! Ned, you go to study hall, make friends with Faymen. I'll go to practice and find a girl to go to the spa with. I'm popular and pretty.
My fart belongs to Jennifer. Fundraising[ edit ] Gordy: Yeah, you hold a car bash! You get an old junky car, and then you charge kids a buck to bash it in with a sledge hammer! We did it in college, we raised over three hundred dollars!. Parties[ edit ] Seth: What, What did I do? So I almost burned down the house. It wasn't my fault, It's the song that should be banned and not me.