Earthquake, tornado and fire drills interfere with Ned's attempts to ask Suzie out.
Ned gives Loomer a "Ned makeover" while Cookie takes a group on an after school tour. Moze may have found a new best friend.
My 8 year old grandson started watching this series about 1 year ago on Roku, but it was discontinued. He's happy to be watching the show again. The humor is rather young for today's Middle Schooler. My 11 year old granddaughter doesn't like it because it's "dumb" and she's a sixth grader. I'm 62 and I like it because it shows all the things that can happen at school and how to handle situations in a positive way. I'm sure our grandson is learning!
This will not play on a newer computer. It would not play on my Vista machine with either my LG DVD writer or my Sony Blu-Ray player, due to the hardware anti-copy provisions. It will play on my XP machine, but only in my older DVD player, not my LG DVD burner. The DVD player is old enough to not have those damned restrictions. NOTE: I finally switched my older machine to Ubuntu Linux, with the same results. The video quality is excellent, equal to commercial DVDs. The disk art and packaging are as good as commercial DVDs as well. And the show itself is great, very funny and good-natured. Well worth buying, I hope enough people do that Amazon releases the rest of the episodes.
Ned's is a great show that I highly recommend to other families. In a lot of Nick and Disney teen shows the "comedy" is merely kids being rude to each other in witty dialogue. Not so with Ned's Declassified. It is smart and funny, the writing is creative and the actors give it 100%. Parents and kids will share 3 hours of laughter. This is an under-appreciated show and well worth the money! And the product info is wrong: This set is 217 minutes, not 120. So don't think that you aren't getting much for your money. Buy it! You'll love it!