Corrected entry: In the episode "The Challenge" when Gretchen is finding information on the first baseman, it shows her picture and says that her name is Tracy Logan, which is a girl's name. But, in the episode "The Trail", she screams out "Let's give Spinelli the swirley" in a man's voice. The character's looks can be anyone, male or female.sddorme
Corrected entry: At the end, when the can pyramid is knocked down, I personally think that it's illogical that one can tapping another one could knock down the whole pyramid, let alone for that matter even make the top can only fall off, when the can hit at the very bottom.
Corrected entry: We can see that the kids were on the bus for a very, very long time.When the bus breaks down, Gus shout something that says that there gonna lose half of the time, 20 minutes. What kind of field trip is only 40 minutes when they need to travel ridiculously long?
Corrected entry: The gang lives near the school..we know this because most of the time they walk back home from school. So WHY do they sometimes walk, sometimes bike, sometimes arrive by bus, sometimes by car? A bus would not need to pick them up from their houses when they are within walking distance.
Corrected entry: In Spinelli's idea of what the teacher's lounge is going to be like, one of the teachers is on the running machine and he says he is going to run for another 20 minutes, or so, then get back to class. About 30 seconds later he is suddenly playing basketball with Miss Finster.
Corrected entry: The length of recess varies across the show, and it also varies when they take recess. For example, in "The New Kid" recess is 40 minutes long, taken at 10 am. But sometimes they take recess near the end of school. And in "The Break In", Mrs. Finster makes a show of TJ at lunch, and he is still punished that day, meaning recess is after lunch. Like I said, it varies a lot.
Corrected entry: In this episode, kids buy things, such as drinks of water, for a certain number of Monstickers. For instance, you have to pay 2 stickers to enter the door. It costs 3 stickers to play on Old Rusty. At these "outrageous rates," kids should burn through at least a pack and a half in a week. At this rate, I would think the parents would get suspicious that they "put so many stickers on their notebooks," and tell them not to go through them so fast, or stop buying them altogether. While it could be argued that the kids have their own money, it makes no sense because they wouldn't have as much money left and would have to ask for more.
Corrected entry: In the beginning, Randall has a short conversation with Menlo while Menlo is on his break. He says, "I was picked once...it was beautiful". Less than 40 seconds later, he says, "Nine years old and I've never been picked". So, which is it? Have you been picked or not?
Corrected entry: When TJ says, "Hang on kid, I think this fountain might be a trap.", there's a security 6th grader in front of the fountain, leaning up against it. But when Randall runs by and says "Hey, let me play or I'll make up something to tell Mrs. Finster on you.", the 6th grader has moved way to the left of the fountain.