Next Episode of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The whacky adventures of Ned Bigby and his best pals Moze and Cookie at James K. Polk Middle School, as "every-kid" Ned shatters the fourth wall to share tips and tricks on navigating middle school or junior high hurdles. Ned's not super cool, and he has no superpowers. He is, however, witty, well-groomed, upbeat and self-aware. Moreover, with more than a little help from his two best friends, he's equipped to conquer middle school minefields. From crushing bullies to crushes, from off- the-wall, mean and cool teachers to pop quizzes, elections and detentions, Ned knows that nothing, including the seventh grade, is as bad as it seems, and friendship matters most
Ned, Moze and Cookie start off the school year by trying to cross off items on their new semester to-do lists. One of Ned's top goals is to kiss Suzie Crabgrass, but she already has a beau: bully Loomer. Later, the kids try to determine what elective to take for an easy A grade. While Cookie has his heart set on Mr. Monroe's Life Science Extreme, Ned is convinced that cooking is going to be as easy as pie.
A school pep rally finds Ned donning a wolf costume, while Cookie prepares to unveil a stunt for the halftime show. Later, Ned is on a mission to stop a kid from taking bites out of other children's lunches. Also: Lunch Lady makes creepy predictions; Moze tries to figure out why Suzie won't dine with her.
Ned's up in arms about the formation of a club called Missy's Declassified School Survival Guide, while Moze and Suzie compete to be the best at various extracurricular activities. Later, the kids work on multimedia projects, including a collaboration by Ned and Cookie.
A "golden notebook" captures the attention of Ned and Gordy, who plot to procure it for themselves, while Moze obtains a notebook that's a treasure trove of juicy school gossip; Ned starts a study group for the top math students; Moze struggles with pre-algebra; Cookie is promoted to Honors math.
Ned, Moze and Cookie make changes to the school Web site. Afterward, the arrival of Valentine's Day finds Ned and Cookie sending roses, while Moze receives a lot of attention.
Ned tries to solve his procrastination problem before a big project is due, while Lisa Zemo (Rachel Sibner) comes up with a clever way to spend more time with Cookie. Later, Ned starts lifting weights; the benefits of being tall elude Moze; and Cookie creates his own exoskeleton suit, drawing inspiration from lobsters and armadillos. Loomer: Kyle Swann. Coconut Head: Rob Pinkston. Suzie: Christian Serratos.
Ned and Moze offer a few remedies for combating those Monday morning blahs, while Cookie tries to save Gordy's job by preventing the custodian from snoozing at work. Later, Ned and his friends are suspected by the vice principal of destroying woodshop property. Gordy: Daran Norris.
Ned offers a school tour to incoming students and gets stuck guiding the overly rambunctious Palmer Noid. Meanwhile, Cookie tries to impress a girl by masquerading as an eighth-grader. Later, Ned debates whether he should participate in a biology dissection; and Cookie and Gordy leap into action to free a lab frog.
The kids take dares: Ned works up the nerve to ask a popular classmate out on a date; Moze spends an entire day in a party dress; and Cookie tries to jump over a shark on a bike. Later, the three friends attempt to correct bad habits, including Ned's inability to say "no," Moze's potty mouth and Cookie's pack-rat tendencies.
Ned comes to the rescue of his favorite elementary-school substitute teacher by helping him connect with middle-school students. Meanwhile, Cookie masquerades as a sub. Later, Ned lends a helping hand to a new student.
Ned performs potentially dangerous stunts in a half-baked attempt to earn a "cool" nickname; Moze tries to get her classmates to call her Jennifer; and Cookie's newest invention is misused by Loomer for bullying purposes. Later, the quest for Ned's ideal girlfriend and Moze's perfect best friend continues. Also, students attend a shyness seminar run by Cookie.
Ned tries a slightly indirect approach to asking Suzie Crabgrass out on a date; a teacher enlists Cookie's help in catching Gordy's eye; and Seth seems oblivious to Moze's romantic advances. Later, the students compete in a recycling contest for the top prize of a new mountain bike.
Ned enters into a heavy-duty competition against Martin Qwerly (Tylor Chase) for the honor of being named the Spirit Week King. Later, Missy Meanie (Carlie Casey) forms her own "fashion police" and issues violations to Ned and Moze; and Cookie designs a unisex school uniform.
A car wash to raise funds for the school turns into a competition pitting the boys against the girls, with the winner getting to decide how the proceeds will be spent. Later, Ned and Cookie are sworn to secrecy after they catch Loomer kissing Missy; and Moze discovers something about Seth that may prevent him from playing on the basketball team.
Ned, Cookie and Gordy set out to pull an April Fool's Day prank on Vice Principal Crubbs, while Moze tries to convince Seth that their breakup is no practical joke. Later, Ned finds himself in a strange situation when a dog actually does eat his homework; and two dates get canceled because of supposedly sick grandmothers.
A mean science teacher motivates Ned to try to win this year's science fair, at which Cookie tries to win the approval of his ex-girlfriend's grandmother. Later, Ned has an important test to prepare for during study hall, while Cookie looks forward to a romantic rendezvous, and an injured Moze endures the embarrassment of having to wear a traction harness.
Ned hopes his smile is selected as the best so that he can have his picture next to Suzie's in the yearbook. Later, during career week, Vice Principal Crubbs (Hamilton Mitchell) tries to persuade an uninterested Ned to pursue a job in education, while Cookie dreams of becoming a sports agent, with Moze as his first superstar client.
Ned and Cookie are initially bored as they learn to play musical instruments; Moze gets Mozart stuck in her head. Later, the kids look for a new class clown.
The final dance of the year finds Ned and Suzie double-dating with Moze and an attractive boy named Jock Bitterman, while Cookie tries to manage escorting two different girls---neither of whom knows about the other. Later, it's the last day of school, and a robot created by Cookie wreaks havoc in the hallways.
Devon Werkheiser(Ned Bigby)
Lindsey Shaw(Jennifer "Moze" Mosley)
Daniel Curtis Lee(Simon "Cookie" Nelson-Cook)
Jim J. Bullock(Mr. Monroe)
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