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The Ratings Game
Season 03, Episode 16
This Whomps
Air Date January 22, 2000
Previous The Library Kid
Next The First Picture Show
Written By Ilana Wernick
Holly Huckins
Directed By {{{directedby}}}

The Ratings Game is the sixteenth and last episode of the third season of Recess which was first broadcast on January 22, 2000.

Synopsis

The Ashleys implement a rating system. Unsurprisingly it soon wreaks havoc on the social structure of the playground separating everyone.

Plot

Ratings

Ashley's Original Ratings:

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Later:

The recess Gang is rated -5

In the End

Everybody is a 10

Cast

Goofs

  • Coloring error: When the gang are at the garbage can and Spinelli is talking, one of the fence poles isn't colored in.
  • When King Bob says "If I add the Ashley's Ten with this new ten", the '10' on his jersey is pink instead of blue.
  • Skeens and Mundy are both shown to be 5, but towards the end of the episode, Mundy said (returning to the back of the school) "I missed you man"
  • Jordan and Jerome were 3 and 4, whereas later, Jordan is said to be a 17 (Ashleys' 7+ The new 10)
  • Coloring Error: During the period when the Gang hands out their ratings, in the line where Lawson and Gordy Stand, two kids are handed out the papers. When they read it, their original ratings are hidden to the color of their shirts.

Trivia

  • Ice Cream Girl makes a cameo in this episode.
  • When the gang are giving out ratings to their friends inside the classroom, Miss Grotke has red hair. This was done on purpose for a "Spot the Difference" promotion for Disney's One Saturday Morning, and wasn't corrected for reruns.
  • This episode was cut from the Italian dub.
  • This episode was paired up with "My Funny Valentines" outside the US.
  • This was the final episode to be written by Holly Huckins.

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