And perhaps the only normal adult is science teacher Mr.
Sweeney (Don Creech), who even helps Ned out in a scheme or two.
His attempts to hang out with on-and-off girlfriend Suzie are continually thwarted by Vice Principal Crubbs and Ned ends up naked and trapped in an electrical closet.
Show & DVD Details Creator: Scott Fellows / Producers: Scott Fellows, Bill O'Dowd, Jrg Westerkamp Directors: Savage Steve Holland, Joe Menendez / Writers: Scott Fellows, Lazar Saric, Eddie Guzelian Regular Cast: Devon Werkheiser (Ned Bigby), Lindsey Shaw (Jennifer "Moze" Mozely), Daniel Curtis Lee (Simon "Cookie" Nelson-Cook), Daran Norris (Gordy) Recurring Characters: Steve Bannos (Mr.
Combover), Kendra Berry (Backpack Boy), Alex Black (Seth Powers), John Bliss (Principal Pal), Reccie Canon (Buzz), Carlie Casey (Missy Meany), Tylor Chase (Martin Qwerly), Don Creech (Mr. Chopsaw), Michelle Kim (Evelyn Kwong), Matthew "Teo" Olivares (Crony), Rob Pinkston (Coconut Head), Joseph Ruzer (Mike), Kim Sava (Ms.
Since the entire thrust of the show lies in researching and creating new tips, viewers are treated to interesting stories that play out in what would otherwise be an ordinary middle school life.
Even little things like getting to the bus on time can lead to a girls' raid on the boys' bathroom.
After three seasons of middle school antics, "Ned's Declassified" closed with a quadruple-length hour-long episode that makes up this Special Field Trip Edition DVD along with two bonus episodes from the show's third season.
I personally would have preferred season sets, but like many pre-teen shows, "Ned's" is only getting the random episode compilation treatment, at least for now.And Moze, poor Moze, flip-flops between her feelings for best friend Ned while being courted again by a now-sophisticated Billy "Bully" Loomer.As if it weren't crazy enough in this series finale, Gordy and the staff nearly demolish the school in search for the school's wayward weasel. "Guide to: Dismissal" () (Originally aired October 22, 2006) This unique "real-time" episode stands out as my favorite on the disc.With the exception of main character Ned Bigby, everyone from students to teachers are too radical in their personalities to be taken seriously.Each episode exaggerates the everyday, ordinary events of adolescents and caters to those who can find humor in anything.Shaw is not the average teenybopper; she knows her role as Moze requires at the very least a sense of humor.