Clarence and Sumo hit the jackpot when they get suspended for a week, learning all sorts of different facts they’d never learn in class, but after a few days the suspension takes its toll, boredom sets in and the boys want to go back.
PlotThe episode begins with Ms. Baker teaching the class about the theory of Euclid. Sumo asks Jeff for a wrench, and he lets him borrow it, but when he finds out Clarence and Sumo are going to use it to play a prank on Ms. Baker, he tries to get it back but fails. Clarence unscrews Ms. Baker's chair, and when she sits down, the screw goes flying across the school, breaking a lot of things, including Ms. Baker's eyeglasses and mug.
Not having to be in school, Clarence and Sumo play on the playground while the other kids are in class, but the two get bored after a while, then Clarence realizes that they can do whatever they want anywhere in the world, not just on the playground. As the two go walking through the neighborhood,
At school, Jeff starts reading the test but has difficulty understanding the question, so he goes with his trusty old "C" answer. Meanwhile, Clarence and Sumo think they learned too much stuff, and they start missing school. Back at school, Clarence taps on the window and asks Ms. Baker if they can come back to class, but Ms. Baker doesn't allow it and closes the window on them.
The teachers go down into the boiler room, there, everything is a disaster. In the classroom, Jeff is relieved to have finished the test, but suddenly, the floor began to break due to the pressure in the boiler room and he gets scared. In the boiler room, a man falls into the fire, and one of the professors tries to remove the coal, but he does not succeed. At that moment, Clarence and Sumo arrive. Clarence and Sumo explain what they must do, but the only way to do the idea is by going through a tiny door, which Clarence can fit in. The adults throw Clarence into the small room, and when Clarence gets there, he has to remove the screw from one of the tubes. Each tube has a letter on it, "A", "B", "C" and "D". Clarence doesn't know which one to choose.
- Amy Shtuzger
- Ashley (cameo)
- Mary (non-speaking cameo)
- Ms. Shoop
- Mr. Jones (debut)
- Beauford T. Pusser (picture only)
- Mrs. Sumouski
- Sumo's Brothers
- Unnamed yellow shirted kid
- Unnamed Maroon-Shirted Girl
- Unnamed Yellow Shorts Lady
- Unnamed policeman
- This was the first episode to air in 2015.
- It's revealed that the school has a boiler room.
- Although the children are only in fourth grade, as revealed in "Average Jeff", Ms. Baker teaches the theory of Euclid, which is usually taught in high school.
- In this episode, it is revealed that Amy Shtuzger has a crush on Jeff.
- However, Jeff's not into her.
- Mrs. Sumouski is in casual clothes, instead of the black dress from "Dinner Party".
- Music from "Zoo" can be heard in this episode.
- With the boiler scene, this episode dives deep into the realm of fantasy without explaining it away as a story or other kind of non-physical experience.
- Clarence and Sumo's high five from the intro debuted into this episode.
- When Clarence is in the gears is very similar to Charlie Chapolin's Modern Times.
- One of Sumo's brothers is an infant instead of a younger kid.
- Mrs. Sumouski called one of her younger boys Tanner, while in "Stump Brothers", Tanner is one of the teenage boys.
- The fire alarm sounded different than in the episode Honk. The fire alarm sounded more like a fire alarm you hear in real life (Horn in Temporal Code 3) instead of the whooping sound in Honk.
- When the class evacuates the school building after the alarm sounds, Debbie's skirt is missing.
- When entering the boiler room, Sumo slides behind the ladder and on the wall, which would be impossible to do because of the limited space.
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