Plane Crazy: Gate Expectations
Plane Crazy: Gate Expectations is the seventh episode of Clone High. It was written by Tom Martin and originally aired on Sunday December 8th, 2002.
Cleo wants her first kiss between with Abe to be perfect, but she may not be her girlfriend for long, since she recently got accepted into Ashley Angel's spring break dance academy. Meanwhile, Gandhi wants to be a rap sensation and sneaks a demo into Cleo's pocket, in hopes that Ashley will see it.
- Abe Lincoln
- Joan of Arc
- Principal Scudworth
- Mr. Butlertron
- Ashley Angel
- Cleo's Foster Mom
- Buddy Holly
- Krabby Kakes
- Marie Curie (Cameo)
- Paul Revere (Cameo)
- Genghis Khan (Cameo)
- Voltaire (Cameo)
- Van Gogh (Cameo)
- John Adams (Cameo)
- John Quincy Adams (Cameo)
- Sam Adams (Cameo)
- Abigail Adams (Mentioned)
- Cleopatra bring up her first kiss with JFK. They were in the back of his van, parked behind a laundromat, and lying down on empty wine coolers, completely naked.
- Clone High High School served little to no significance in this episode, only making a brief appearance in a scene at the beginning of the episode.
- Gandhi gives himself the rapper nickname, "G-Spot".
- Cleo previously hooked up with a college boy, she met at cheerleading camp.
- First appearance of Cleo's Foster Mom.
- JFK has a recording studio in his house, where he makes a musical album for every holiday.
- Joan reminds Abe that he already shared his first kiss with Cleopatra in "Escape to Beer Mountain: A Rope of Sand", when they were at JFK's party, drinking non-alcoholic beer.
- Abe gives Cleo the Letterman Jacket from "Homecoming: A Shot in D'Arc".
- The first half of the title is a pun on the phrase "Plain Crazy" and the second half of is based on the Charles Dickens book, "Great Expectations".
- Abe wears eight magazines worth of Drakkar Noir.
- Gandhi and JFK both compare the former to Bubba Sparxxx.
- Principal Scudworth's sideplot with Skunky-Poo is an homage to "Looney Tunes" cartoons.
- Gandhi met Sarah Michelle Gellar and got her autograph. Gandhi also apparently battled with caner at the time as the autograph read "Hey, good luck slaying that cancer." This was in reference to the title of the show "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", wherein Sarah Gellar starred as the lead actor.