Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (Special Field Trip Edition)
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Like the rest of the series, this is a light-hearted look at middle-school through the eyes of Ned, Cookie, and Moze. The class goes on a field trip to the fictional Huffington Library and most of the story takes place on location -- a first for the series and a nice change. (Though the library is based on Huntington Gardens in Pasadena, CA, the episode was actually shot at Descanso Gardens in La Cañada Flintridge, CA.)
Does Ned end up with Suzy or Moze? You'll have to tune in to find out but, its worth the wait.
its like the defining moment of the show and its purpose.
To summarize the main feature without spoiling it, the Polk Middle School 8th grade class are scheduled to embark on a field trip to the Huffington Gallery, where Ned has planned a romantic afternoon in the Rose Garden with newly-returned girlfriend Suzie Crabgrass. In the meantime, Moze has decided that Suzie's return is a sign that she and Ned were not meant to be, and Cookie has hatched a new scheme to win Lisa Zemo as the masked hero the Steel Eagle. When Cookie forgets his permission slip for the field trip and Ned's plan to help him backfires, Vice Principal Crubbs consigns Ned, Cookie, and Moze to the no-goers room. Never at a loss for a plan (and with Gordy the janitor's help) the crew sneak onto the bus but fate seems determined to continually foil Ned's romantic rendezvous with Suzie, Moze's desire to see the gallery's famous "Wild Boy" painting, and Cookie's plan to impress Lisa as the Steel Eagle. Will Ned finally get the girl he wants? Will Moze see the "Wild Boy"? Will Cookie finally be a hero in Lisa's eyes? Will Gordy finally catch the wily weasel? And will Crubbs catch them all? The answers are: yes, yes, yes, yes, and yes...but you'll have to watch this DVD to get the full story.
I'm hoping for a full series DVD.
I'm, also, an adult . . . But, I could be considered a "Big Kid."
Even though the show is geared towards children, it's not close to being immature or childish.
I think this is basic new school ideas for teens that may be growing up fast or that may have wisdom beyond their age.
So, if you're looking to give your child something encouraging to watch while keeping them happy or entertained, . . give them this gift. Though, this is the finale and some background into the characters may be helpful.
Nickelodeon is slightly similar to Disney, although their humor and cartoons can be slighty edgier at times.
Other Nicktoons of note, that fly under the radar, are Jimmy Neutron, Fairly Oddparents, and Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really appreciate it, loving Ned's Desclassified School Survival Guide!Published 15 months ago by S. L. Hill
I love the fact that Ned & Moze finally get together. To bad it's the last episode. 2 Thumbe up.Published on July 2, 2014 by AD
Such a cute dvd! It's good for both Kids and Adults I am in my 20's but I still watch these shows all the time
and now my Nieces and Nephews and watching them as well it got... Read more
I love the easy going serie, When I feel down this helps me to feel good again. Just loves itPublished on June 23, 2013 by Foxy
i love how this movie resembles love in friends. and cookie (simon nelson cook) doesn't care, he's alright with it!Published on December 17, 2010 by Bumble Bee
This movie is highly under rated. I ran across this show on tv and was hooked. It's funny and it's made for the whole family. Read morePublished on March 22, 2009 by tkwilson
Absolutely brilliant. If you like the TV show Neds Declassified School Survival Guide, you'll love this movie (although it is less than an hour long) episode of it. Read morePublished on March 21, 2009 by marky77