The very disgruntled face she's making as she waits for Dewey's van to pull up.
The kids feigning the terminal illness "Stick-it-to-da-man-ni-osis". That is all.
When the kids are feigning Stick-it-to-the-man-ni-osis, Freddy is pretending to be dead
"You are a fat loser and you have body odor!"
On the DVD Commentary, all of the child actors literally beg Robert Tsai to say the line for them (he doesn't comply).
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!
"Don't 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 Andrew-Lloyd Webber composed the songs for Cats and the musical adaption of School of Rock.
After saying this, Dewey says that "I never want to hear that song in this building again". The theaters showing School of Rock on both Broadway and West End have had Cats play in them in the past.
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...andEnya''.
After having to endure further verbal abuse from the parents, who are understandably upset at her for allowing Dewey to pose as their children's teacher, Miss Mullins excuses herself, walks down the hall and makes herself stand in the corner.
Dewey at the end of the credits, yelling at the audience to leave the theater: The cleaner guys gotta come and clean up the sticky stuff on the floor... aaaahhhh!!
Alex Brightman (the original Broadway Dewey)'s vlogs for Broadway.com, Hard Rock Life, have their fair share of funny backstage antics. Episode 2, in particular, features recurring player (and former vlogger herself) Sierra Boggess in her natural habitat...listening to Barbra Streisand.