Season 2, Episode 1
September 20, 2013
Michael B. Kaplan
It’s the first day of school and Avery’s classmates have had growth spurts over the summer, leaving her feeling insecure. Meanwhile, still dealing with the consequences of last year’s bad grades, Tyler must reveal to the entire school the shorter haircut his parents made him get, and Chloe pressures Ellen about her lunchbox contents which she believes will define her social status at school.
- G. Hannelius as Avery Jennings
- Blake Michael as Tyler James
- Francesca Capaldi as Chloe James
- Stephen Full as the voice of Stan
- Regan Burns as Bennett James
- Beth Littleford as Ellen Jennings
- Mick as Stan
- Stan: I know what's bothering you. Someone is eating bacon in front of you and not offering it to you.
- Tyler: No, Stan, that's not it.
- Stan: Yeah, are you perhaps bothered by your inability to take a hint?
- Tyler: Tomorrow is the first day of school and summer is over, no more learing how to play guitar, planting trees or volunteering at the community center.
- Stan: You didn't do any of those things.
- Tyler: And now I never will. Here's Stan, school is maybe not for me.
- Stan: Yeah, thanks school. More bacon left behind.
- Ellen: Tomorrow I'll put $10 in your lunch.
- Chloe: It's all i'm asking.
- This episode started filming on April 24, 2013.
- If Chloe was six at the starting of the show but turned seven, this episode would presumably make her a second grader.
- The title of this episode is a reference to the fact that Avery thinks that she is too short and that Tyler thinks that his hair is too short.
- Max makes her first apperance
- This is the first the "It's A Laugh Productions" logo has a variant.
- We learn that Tyler made a deal with his parents about his hair; If he can get A's and B's on the transcripts from last year, he can keep his hair but if he gets at least one C he must get it cut.
- Starting this episode, Tyler's hair is shorter, due to having it cut.
- This season feature new recurring characters than last season
- Avery enters eighth grade in this episode. But if she was in sixth grade in Stan Stops Talking, she should have been entering seventh grade. Although, Avery could have skipped a grade, or the show's timeline was in 2 years
- In the beginning if you look closely you can see Bennett is not actually cutting Tyler's hair.
- After Tyler's friend pulls down his hoods, the ones he pulled down are visible on his back. When he goes to talk to Stan, however, they are back up.
- Bennett says Tyler got Cs and Ds however Tyler could have gotten an A on math since he's a math genius.
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