Danny is picked to be a principal in a day, and he has a lot of ideas on how to improve the school. Meanwhile, a dinosaur-like alien shows up to ruin Danny's plan.
Episode Title (in French): Règle 21 : Le Principal a toujours raison / Rule 21: The Principal Is Always Right
Written by - Richard Clark
Head Writer - Al Schwartz
Story Editing Consultant - John Derevlany
Storyboard by - Yves Bigerel
Storyboard Supervisor - Jean - Jacques Denis
Co - executive Producer - Charles Henri Moarbes
Cathy - Andrea Libman
Danny - Matt Hill
Sam - Anna Cummer
Chris, Jeremy - Sam Vincent
Wendy, Chomper -Tabitha St. Germain
Principal Rollins (via loudspeaker) - Sonja Ball
Mr. Fusster, Mark, Roy - Ian Corlett
Brock Rockston (TV reporter), Robot chair - Michael Yarmush
- Al Schwartz becomes the new head writer, replacing John Derevlany.
- Another question about the characters is revealed: Danny's surname is Jackson.
- Cathy said to Danny: "Greetings Principal Daniel, sir". It's assure that Danny's real name is Daniel.
- A student as a principal for a day? That seems weird for a school like STMS to have that. Is Principal Rollins take a vacation or she's busy in other things aside from school?
- At the street, Wendy calls Sam Samantha.
- Don't try what Sam did in this episode: She rides using a luggage pushcart while she has a cast.
- Danny gives an A grade to his female classmates who take Mr. Fusster's exam. What about Cathy, Sam and Wendy? My guess is that Danny give those three girls an exemption because they're his friends.
- When Sam enters to the sewers, there's a mysterious red insignia stuck in the manhole. What's interesting is that it hints as a foreshadowing for "The End Of Everything (Part Two)", unless if somebody confirms to me that episode happens before this episode.
- At the school's basement, Cathy and Chris' suits don't glow in the dark.
- Saved by Matrix: When Chomper's robot shoots Sam's cast, her cast cuts half near Chris.
- Danny does know that Wendy isn't nice at him.