Episode Two: Election Blu-Galoo
Episode Two: Election Blu-Galoo is the second episode of Clone High. It was written by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
JFK and Abe both run for School President. Meanwhile Scudworth gets the school a corporate sponsor, X-Stream Blu.
- Abe Lincoln
- Joan of Arc
- Principal Scudworth
- X-Stream Blu Crew
- Marilyn Manson
- President Dog
- Mr. Butlertron
- The Secret Board of Shadowy Figures
- Snow Sharks
- Number 4
- Wally and Carl
- Mena Suvari
- Murray T. Wayans
- George Washington (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- Genghis Khan (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- Julius Caesar (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- George Washington Carver (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- Van Gogh (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- Winston Churchill (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- Buddha (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- Brontë sisters (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- Martin Luther King, Jr. (Non-Speaking Cameo)
- First episode with the Thinking Docks.
- The title of this episode is a pun on the sequel film, "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo".
- Abe references to the 1950's sit-com, Happy Days and it's constant use of the TV tropes, Tempting Fate and Rock Bottom.
- One of the students calls Gandhi a Smurf.
- Scudworth says "I watched the first two thirds of the MC Hammer behind the music. Behind The Music is a show about the biographies of musicians, and MC Hammer is a rapper best known for the song "Can't Touch This".
- The style of Marilyn Manson's Food Pyramid song is presented in the same style as songs from Schoolhouse Rock.
- Abe and JFK competing for school president is a reference to both of their respective clonefathers being former American presidents.
- While Abe wonders why he's so afraid of running for school president, a painting in the background is shown, depicting The Lincoln Assasination.
- Wally and Carl inform JFK that the original John Fitzgerald Kennedy was, as they quote, "A caring leader, and he inspired a generation of young people." JFK responds, "I thought he was a macho, womanizing stud who conquered the moon!". Both are correct.