When Ms. Baker accidentally assigns a weekend project on "turtle hats" the students have a hard time understanding what is being asked.
PlotThe episode begins in Ms. Baker's class. The children watch the clock, and Ms. Baker texts to a guy named Trey on her cellphone.
In the treehouse, Clarence and Sumo goofs off a bit, until Jeff tells them they better get started with the assignment, Sumo doesn't want to, so he quickly draws a turtle wearing a hat and sticks the paper to his forehead. Clarence decides to ask a couple of his friends outside the treehouse what "Turtle hats" mean, but they had no clue either. Sumo tries to get Clarence to realize that the paper on his forehead is what Turtle hats is, but Clarence thinks it's a joke, so he puts a leaf on his face, then the two start dancing around and saying "Hello" to each other. Jeff gets tired of Sumo and Clarence goofing off, so he decides to leave the treehouse and work on the "Turtle hats" assignment all by himself.
In Ms. Baker's apartment, Ms. Baker searches the internet to find out what "Turtle hats" means, but she gets frustrated when there was no results to what she searched. In Clarence's room, Clarence sits on his bed, then Mary passes by and sees how sad he looks, she's asks him what's wrong, and Clarence tells her about what happened earlier with Jeff, Sumo and the project, then Mary tells him he'll just have to figure it out.
On Monday at school, Clarence asks Sumo and Jeff if they finished their turtle hats project, they tell him they didn't, and Clarence didn't either, leaving the three of them sad, until Clarence comes up with an idea, which he tells to the other two. An exhausted Ms. Baker enters the classroom and sees the children making stuff at their desks, this causes Ms. Baker to have a flashback to Friday where she accidentally told the class to do a project on turtle hats, then she begins to worry. Suddenly, Mr. Reese enters the classroom to see what assignment Ms. Baker told the students to do for teacher evaluation time. Ms. Baker is surprised because she had forgot about teacher evaluation, then Mr. Reese takes his seat on Percy's desk. Ms. Baker is nervous, but she tells the students to get started showing their projects. The children present a whole bunch of wild and wacky projects related to turtles and hats. When Percy finishes reading his incomplete poem, Ms. Baker asks if there's any more presentations, and Clarence tells her that it's his, Jeff, and Sumo's turn next. Clarence stands in front of the class, then the three present a story similar to the "President Ralph" movie, but with Clarence being a turtle.
- Ms. Shoop
- Mr. Reese
- Unnamed striped-shirted kid
- This episode shows Ms. Baker's home for the first time.
- When Percy gives his presentation, he's wearing a blue mask and carries swords on his back, similar to Leonardo from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird.
- Ask Giles might be a parody to Ask Jeeves.