Gluten is freed by the Galactic Authorities and his new plan is to hunt down Rhapsodians. Meanwhile, Mr. Fusster assigned another Science project presentation, and this time Wendy and Cathy become partners. When Wendy forgets an ingredient for the project, Cathy substitutes it with her saliva. She doesn't realize that her saliva will cause her powers to disappear and transfers them to Wendy.
Episode Title (in French): Règle 38 : Toujours garder le pouvoir / Rule 38: Always Keep The Power
Written by - Howard Busgang
Head Writer - Al Schwartz
Storyboard by - Alex Ulmann
Storyboard Supervisor - Jean - Jacques Denis
Co - executive Producer - Charles Henri Moarbes
Cathy - Andrea Libman
Danny - Matt Hill
Sam - Anna Cummer
Chris - Sam Vincent
Mr. Smith -
Roy - Ian Corlett
Wendy - Tabitha St. Germain
Principal Rollins - Sonja Ball
- I don't think Mr. Fusster allows students to use saliva as an ingredient.
- There's no chemical named Hyperion sulfate.
- Rhapsodian Dictionary (Or Slang) From This Episode: "Skeewa" means the state for being alright.
- We learn that Rhapsodian saliva like Cathy's is toxic to Earth-bound elements. It transfers Rhapsodian superpowers to a human who is infected.
- Principal Rollins' cellphone has an army color themed cover.
- Aside from the saliva, Cathy breathes fire from her mouth when she eats chocolate cake.
- Crugnics - it refers as a currency in Gluten's home planet or in the galaxy.
- The sticky alien from the episode "The Trouble With Troublemaking" is officially named Gluten.
- In Wendy's vision, she sees Roy lifting Mark.
- Brian's poster (from World's Toughest Kid) is still there. I wonder if anybody decided when to get rid of that.
- How did Cathy climbed up to the school's air vent without using any ladder?
- There's a triangle symbol PlayStation controller on Gluten's watch.
- The MBC aren't burned after they're attacked by Wendy.