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* This episode features [[Dimmsdale High School]] and [[Vicky the Babysitter|Vicky]]'s classmates for the first time, and they are not seen again until "[[A Bad Case Of Diary-Uh!]]".
 
* This episode features [[Dimmsdale High School]] and [[Vicky the Babysitter|Vicky]]'s classmates for the first time, and they are not seen again until "[[A Bad Case Of Diary-Uh!]]".
 
* The plot of this short is similar to the plot of the video game [[Breakin' Da Rules]] which has Vicky using [[Da Rule]] book as a source of fairy power instead of [[Wanda Fairywinkle-Cosma|Wanda]]'s [[Wands|wand]].
 
* The plot of this short is similar to the plot of the video game [[Breakin' Da Rules]] which has Vicky using [[Da Rule]] book as a source of fairy power instead of [[Wanda Fairywinkle-Cosma|Wanda]]'s [[Wands|wand]].
* This short is featured on the DVD for the special [[:School's Out!: The Musical]]
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* This short is featured on the DVD for the special "[[:School's Out!: The Musical]]".
 
* While the other "Oh Yeah! Cartoons" shorts were repackaged as episodes of the main series during the first season, this particular one was not.
 
* While the other "Oh Yeah! Cartoons" shorts were repackaged as episodes of the main series during the first season, this particular one was not.
 
* That man couldn't have wished for better lunch cause he's an adult. In "[[The Big Problem]]", it is revealed that adults cannot wish.
 
* That man couldn't have wished for better lunch cause he's an adult. In "[[The Big Problem]]", it is revealed that adults cannot wish.

Revision as of 18:09, April 6, 2011


Trivia

  • This episode features Dimmsdale High School and Vicky's classmates for the first time, and they are not seen again until "A Bad Case Of Diary-Uh!".
  • The plot of this short is similar to the plot of the video game Breakin' Da Rules which has Vicky using Da Rule book as a source of fairy power instead of Wanda's wand.
  • This short is featured on the DVD for the special "School's Out!: The Musical".
  • While the other "Oh Yeah! Cartoons" shorts were repackaged as episodes of the main series during the first season, this particular one was not.
  • That man couldn't have wished for better lunch cause he's an adult. In "The Big Problem", it is revealed that adults cannot wish.

Goofs

  • At one point, Cosmo appears in plain sight of Vicky in fairy form attempting to "pick her up", with no consequences to him failing to keep his fairy identity hidden.
  • In this episode, Mrs. Turner's car is different and modern.


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