Season 1, Episode 5
January 30, 2005
Anthony Del Broccolo
Savage Steve Holland
Prank Week, a PCA tradition where old PCA students prank new ones, has begun. Since this is the first year girls are allowed at PCA, The guys expect them to just take the pranks and do nothing, but the girls have a different idea. The girls carry out a plan that ends up threatening whether or not girls are allowed at PCA.
Zoey, the leader of the prank group, decides to dress the statue of PCA in ladie's clothes, including panties, a bra, dress, and makeup. After that, the girls are expelled, but the boys decide to pull another prank (which, surprisingly, was organized by Logan) to let the girls stay.
- Paul Butcher (Dustin Brooks) did not appear in this episode.
- The lime green shirt that Quinn Pensky wears was purchased at Gap Kids fall of '04.
- We find out in this episode Nicole's hometown is in Kansas.
- When Zoey is saying "This means war" after the girls get water ballooned, the girl behind her is mouthing the words too.
- There is no possible way the girls could get the underwear on that statue since its feet are attached to the block the statue is standing on.
- It does not seem possible for the boys to turn the statue into a fountain. There is no visible latch that is needed to make this conversion.
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- Jamie Lynn Spears as Zoey Brooks
- Sean Flynn as Chase Matthews
- Kristin Herrera as Dana Cruz
- Christopher Massey as Michael Barrett
- Alexa Nikolas as Nicole Bristow
- Erin Sanders as Quinn Pensky
- Matthew Underwood as Logan Reese