The kids of Clone High start smoking raisins which turns Joan, JFK, Abe, Cleo and the others into hippies. Gandhi goes on a journey through his subconscious and Joan attempts to bring everyone back to sobriety. Meanwhile Scudworth takes advantage of the worried parents and gets them to build a giant fence.
Jack Black as Larry Hardcore / the Pusher
- Everything's Normal: Gandhi, JFK, Scudworth, Abe, Cleo, Joan and the kids of Clone High.
- Bud Dance Gravy Trance
- The Pusher: The Pusher
- The Fence / Grounded: Scudworth, Abe and Abe's parents.
- Higher: Scudworth, the Pusher and the kids of clone high
- My Son: Abraham Lincoln, Abe and Joan
- Much of the episode had references to the 1969 album and 1975 film, Tommy.
- When Abe smashes the mirror with a chicken it parodies the mirror smashing scene
- JFK says "Watch me, hold me, sign my cast for me, wheel me". In "Tommy" it's "See me, feel me, touch me, heal me."
- "Higher" sounds like the song "Pinball Wizard".
- "The Pusher" was inspired by "The Acid Queen".
- "My Son" is a parody of the song "A Son".
- "Bud Dance Gravy Trance" is essentially a rewrite of "Incense and Peppermints" by Strawberry Alarm Clock
- The fence subplot is a parody of Pink Floyd's "the Wall"
- When JFK is in his wheelchair during "Higher" the message "I Buried Ponce" flashes for one frame. This is a reference to the famous misheard Beatles lyric "Cranberry Sauce" (misheard as "I Buried Paul".)
- At the end of the episode in the last scene(right before the Clone High Screen) with the Dragon there is another message for one frame "For More Information About Raisins Consult Your Local Library"
- When JFK falls out the skylight, he says "Clone High is the best show ever and it should win an Emmy" backwards (a reference to the backmasking easter eggs in several rock albums of the 60s and 70s).
- "Sgt. JFK's magical mystery tour" is a reference to the Beatles' albums "Magical Mystery Tour" and "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".