- Right before the speech on "The Man", Freddy says this line so casually and the way its forgotten about immediately after tops it off. Freddy's even drawing a picture of a fire when it's happening.
Dewey: Freddy, what do you like to do?Freddy: I dunno...burn stuff.
- The parents' shocked and awed faces right after two of the children sing, "Kick some ass!" It's like, "I can't believe they just sung that."
- After learning that Dewey's class has gone to the Battle of the Bands: in a congratulatory voice "I've just been informed that all of your children are missing!"
- Dewey's very unfortunate word choice:
Dewey: I have been touched by your kids, and I'm pretty sure I've touched them. (Horrified, disgusted looks on the parents faces. Cut to Dewey running out of the class in a hurry.)
- "I read about groupies. They're sluts, they sleep with the band!"
- The kids feigning the terminal illness "Stick-it-to-da-man-ni-osis". That is all.
- "You are a fat loser and you have body odour!"
- Billy continuing to snipe at Dewey even after he declared the trash-talking session over.
Billy: You're tacky and I hate you.Dewey: All right, you see me after class!
- "Dont be talking about my bow tie!"
- "Math is a wonderful thing, Math is a really cool thing. So get off your ath, let's do some math! Math, math, math, math, maaath!"
- Spider, the replacement guitarist in Dewey's old band, trying to pick up Ms. Mullins.
- One of the outfits Billy makes for the band and Dewey's reaction. Punctuated by the extremely annoyed expressions on Katy and (especially) Freddie's faces while they're modeling it.
- The look on Summer's face when Dewey unleashes a sudden Big "WHAT?!" in response to some bad news about Freddy. The flash of terror in her eyes is way too convincing to have been scripted.
- When Ms Mullins is disciplining a little girl, said girl starts to cry and Ms Mullins says (in the same stern voice) "Would you like a hug?" — and it's this which prompts the girl to swear she'll be good from now on.
- Even funnier is when Ms Mullins reaches out her arms to hug her, she steps away and screams like she's about to be murdered.
- Like in the movie, one of the girls in the musical adaptation sings "Memory" from Cats. Dewey stops her, saying that the song's from his least favorite composer.note
- When Dewey is convincing a tipsy Ms Mullins to let his class go on a field trip to a classical music concert (which is really the Battle of the Bands), some of the "classical" artists he says that the children will be listening to are Beethoven, Mozart...and Enya.