* AdoredByTheNetwork: It was a matter of time, after obsessively rerunning ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'' and ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', it was inevitable ''Ned's'' would become TeenNick's new favorite show to rerun. Wouldn't you know it? TeenNick now is obsessed with running this show. It's the first thing they show in the morning as people wake up and the last thing they show before the nightly ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'' reruns and is shown in hour-long blocks at least twice in the afternoon hours.
* BillingDisplacement: During the first season, Jim J. Bullock was placed in the opening credits alongside the main cast despite Mr. Monroe not being anymore prominent than any other teacher.
* DawsonCasting: The characters are supposed to be 13 (7th grade) and for the most part they aimed to get actors in the realm of 12-15 to play those kids (at the start Devon Werkheiser was 13, Lindsay Shaw was 15). But the series progressed [[WebComicTime slower than real life]] and the actors ended up pushing 17-18 when they were supposed to still be 14.
* LifeImitatesArt: Cookie's glasses are eerily similar to Google Glass, featuring computing technology and a fully functional web browser five years before Google would bring the idea to the real world.
* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: Two different episodes have subplots about Ned and Cookie respectively making art that they didn't intend. Ned paints a bunch of squiggly lines that look like an orange naked lady, and Cookie ties together a bunch of milk bottles that somehow ends up [[StatusQuoIsGod almost]] selling for ten thousand dollars before it's [[ItMakesSenseInContext ripped apart by a bunch of kids looking for recyclable materials.]]
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Before the High School idea, there were some pilots shot, where Cookie was a lot taller, and Moze had some differences in personality.
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