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In the Prom episode (Episode 13), when Joan Of Arc's breasts are visible for a split second, where her nipples should be are the words "Nice try".
Complaints over the Gandhi character led to MTV pulling the show from airing in the United States and subsequently the show's cancellation.
This is one of three productions in which Genghis Khan and Abraham Lincoln appear together as characters, in spite of the fact that Lincoln was born 582 years after the Khan's death. The others are Star Trek: The Savage Curtain (1969) and Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989).
In the script for the pilot, Mr. Butlertron was named "Mr. Belvetron" and programmed to take on the characteristics of movie/sitcom character Mr. Belvedere from Mr. Belvedere (1985), which is the reason he calls everyone "Wesley" (most noticeably Ghandi).
Genghis Khan's t-shirt (often obscured) reads "Skrew Tibet!"
The last five episodes were never aired in the US.
The episode, "Raisin the Stakes" contains multiple subliminal messages. DNA Dan, the school's mascot, appears saying, "Let's Go to the Dark Side." At the PTA meeting, when Principal Scudworth starts talking, a picture of him and the words "Scudworth is you're favorite character!" flash across the screen. After the first commercial break where many of the characters are sitting in JFK's van smoking raisins, a picture of an anthropomorphic raisin smoking a "human doobie" can be seen in one frame. When JFK is sitting in his wheelchair with a broken leg, the message, "I Buried Ponce" flashes across the screen (a reference to the phrase, "I buried Paul", which can allegedly be heard at the end of the Beatles' "Stawberry Fields Forever"). As Ghandi and the dragon fly over the school at the end, the phrase, "For more information about raisins, consult your local library" flashes across the screen.
In "Raisin the Stakes", when Cleo and Abe were on top of the cafetorium during the PTA meeting, during one frame of animation, you see them both naked.
Teen Wolf makes a cameo in each episode.
In "Raisin the Stakes", JFK's incoherent mumbling after falling through the skylight is clearly normal speech played in reverse. When recorded and re-reversed, he says: "I am talking backwards, and telling you to watch Clone High... and for us to win an Emmy... I'm saying that backwards... 'cause it's sneaky!"
A dolphin appears in every episode, sometimes in the background, and sometimes as a plot point.
All the figures in the background shots are based on historical figures: These include Julius Cesar, Jesus Christ, Nostradamus, Isaac Newton, Catherine the Great, Eva Perón, etc...
The show is meant as a parody of teen dramas and sitcoms of the 1980s where they had several "themed" episodes.
All five of the main characters are a clone of a historical figure that met with a violent death: Lincoln, Gandhi and Kennedy were assassinated, Joan of Arc was burned at the stake and Cleopatra committed suicide by snake bite.

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