One-Bite is dead.One-bite was a severely abused boy who's parents fed him very little, if any, food and never packed him a lunch or gave him lunch money, not even enough for a little something from a vending machine. This is why he'd go out of his way to steal anything he could at lunch, including cafeteria food. (which is always hyped up to be worse then eating out of the trash, even in the real world) This also explains how, even with all the stuff he 'one-bites', he remains almost frighteningly thin. It also explains how he showed up out of nowhere, because he was rarely at school anyway because of all his 'accidents', and so his parents ensured that he'd receive no food. This is also why no one ever reported One-Bite to the office for his thefts, they knew he would get in serious trouble and be ether beaten or receive even less food. The nurse said that food that was too spicy would drive him to never want to eat again. Ned and Gordy, both blissfully unaware of the situation, created a huge volcano sandwich to trick One-Bite off of taking their food forever. Starving, One-Bite was unable to resist the bait. Then he said he'd “never take one bit out of anything ever again.” In the context of this theory, it translates to “I'll never eat anything ever again.” One-Bite kept his promise to never take another kid's food, but eventually ether starved himself to death or was killed by a fierce beating after being so weak and malnourished. This information was soon released around school. Crushed at what happened to One-Bite and how everyone was so blinded with protecting their own food that they ended up killing One-Bite, not a student nor teacher has ever brought up his name again. This explains why One-Bite hasn't even been mentioned since his episode. Read the book A Child Called "It" by Dave Pelzer. The next time anyone sees this episode, keep this theory in mind and see what you feel. Wow. Just...wow.
Moze has teleportation powers.It explains how she could suddenly appear in front of the cafeteria door to block Cookie and give him the spirit stick in Guide to: Spirit Week, and how she could catch up to Ned when he was running to try and nickname himself Wheels without looking even a little winded. It also explains how she could quickly move into one trash can from another in Guide to: Crushes.
Cookie is a Spark.Have you seen his inventions?
Moze is a macrophileWhy else would someone dream of growing to giant size? Moze is in the age where hormones awaken your sexuality and your fetish. Several members of our community discovered their fetish pretty much at Moze's age. And yes, there are females in our community.
Those sneakers didn't belong to Seth.Seriously. Listen to Seth say "I am sad." That's Bad Bad Acting right there. His excitement was more of victory ("YES! WOO!) rather than relief that he didn't lose them to Ned.
There is some connection between this series and Bill Willingham's Fables.Think about it. Bigby Wolf; Ned Bigby; and the school teams are called the Wolves... that's got to be at least a Shout-Out.
Timmy Toot-Toot and Heppokomaru/Gasser from Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo are related.They're both Asian. They both have superpowered flatulence....
Timmy Toot-Toot and Gasser are the same person.We know Gasser can speak perfect American-style English because he does it in the dub (how's that for circular reasoning?), and we've never seen him in school. It's never been established that Timmy can't speak Japanese, and we've never seen him out of school. The blue hair is a wig to protect his real hair from the Hair Hunters.
Ned is the current generation of Blackadder."Ned" can be short for "Edmund", the family name could have been changed by the ancestor who fle-, um, immigrated to America, Ned is good at playing the system, and his general lack of Jerk Ass -ness could be explained by anything from self-awareness and personal effort, to simply the idealism of youth (every other Blackadder we've seen has been at least 30). All of which means that somewhere in England there's a school with a Baldrick and a Percy who are missing their Blackadder...
Polk did have a uniform for a few years but dropped it, possibly just before the start of the series.As in Real Life, the decision would have been made at the district level, probably in The Nineties. Pal probably opposed it, and Crubbs' lack of organization left him unable to tell whether someone was breaking the uniform code or had been opted out by their parents; thus, getting rid of the uniforms would have been a no-brainer just after the turn of the millennium. The past use of uniforms would explain why almost everyone has a gray school T-shirt and why there are enough surplus green and yellow ones to issue them to everyone who participates in the car wash.
There is a weird connection between this show and Scrubs.Sorta like an Alternate Universe or history where some of the characters are middle school aged and have different names. Ned could be Alt!J.D. — they both have wild day dreams; his best friend Cookie could be Alt!Turk. Both shows even have an Almighty Janitor!!
Ned didn't write a School Survival GuideThe show itself is the Guide. At all those times where we saw a notebook, we were just seeing a prop to make us believe that he wrote everything down.
Ned really did create a School Survival Guide and the show is a narrative story/anecdote on how it was created ala The Wonder Years, How I Met Your Mother...etcBasically Ned really did make a School Survival Guide and years later as a adult actually published it as a series of children's books (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, etc.) And the show is only a humorous narrative by the author as how the books came to be. Or the show is told from the point of view of the Child reader in where humorous anecdotes about the creation of the books various chapters are laced throughout that tell how they were created when the author was their age.
The high school the students will go to will be an Academy of AdventureC'mon, they're just asking for it. Ned's a Genre Savvy, Ordinary Middle School Student, Cookie's a Gadgeteer Genius, and Moze is an Action Girl
Carl Spackler is Gordy.He changed his name and had facial reconstruction surgery after he destroyed the golf course in his failed gopher hunt, and decided to settle down as a school janitor...until he came across the weasel, and his fixation on wiping out small animals with extreme prejudice kicked in. The weasel was tipped off by the gopher to look out for "Gordy" after the job switch.
Seth is Sue Sylvester's son.Well, they both love sports, and they always wear tracksuits, and then we add the choppy blonde hair...they're so similar! Seth is Sue Sylvester's son that she gave up for adoption after a fling, and he got adopted by his new parents. He got the nicer personality and lack of intelligence from his biological dad, but the rest of him is SO Sue. OR He's Brittany's cousin. Coz they're both stupid, pretty, blond athletes. You can just see them at a family reunion can't you?
Ned Bigby and Clarissa Darling are related.After watching all those Clarissa Explains It All reruns during The '90s Are All That, I'm convinced that Ned and Clarissa are related somehow. Really pay attention to both of them, while they aren't directly similar to each other, they do share a lot of character traits... plus seeming to be the only characters in both shows who frequently break the fourth wall and seem to be very savvy in solving their problems in life. While Clarissa isn't old enough to have be Ned's mother, if they had any relation it would be safe to bet that they are cousins with a huge age gap.
Ned's dad is not in the picture.While other characters have mentioned both of their parents the only parent Ned has ever mentioned is his mother.