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Miss Mush tells fortunes by reading mushroom surprise stains, and predicts Maurecia will grow up to be a milkmaid. Action-loving Maurecia always thought she'd have a more exciting career, but soon discovers that dealing with the Wayside cows is an extreme sport too.;Todd refuses to reply to a love note passed to him by Maurecia, so all the other students respond to Maurecia on the note for him. The other kids' written remarks get completely out of control, and Todd scrambles to stop his wild "reply" from reaching Maurecia.
Myron accidentally convinces Kidswatter to bet the school in a winner-take-all climbing contest with Le Chef. Fortunately, no one can climb a building better than Miss Mush.;Dana must choose between helping her friends through various Wayside-style disasters and preserving her perfect attendance record as she struggles to make it to class before the bell rings.
Despite being a school principal, Kidswatter abhors the idea of teaching...until he gets "stuck" having to care for Mrs. Jewls' class. He soon discovers the joys of the classroom.;When Myron learns Small Eric wants to get noticed more, he convinces him to change his name to "Small Myron." Maurecia then volunteers to become one of The Three Erics in order to sit closer to Todd in class. But Maurecia's (a.k.a. "Eric-Who-Loves-Todd") finds it difficult to fit into the close-knit Eric trio.
The kids attempt to help Upside Down John stand upright in order to avoid the "failures" of his upside down ancestors... only to realize that John's family accomplished more on their head than most people ever do standing on their feet.;While trying to find out who destroyed both his office and his rubber band ball, Kidswatter hears four different Rashomon-style explanations. But it's not until he hears a fifth story from one of the cows that he truly understands.
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- Premiered: June 25, 2007
- Rating: TV-Y7
- Premise: Chronicling the wacky animated adventures of students at a school built 30 stories high, with one room per level. The story is told from the viewpoint of newcomer Todd as he starts class in Mrs. Jewl's 30th-floor classroom and tries to make sense of things… (more)