|The New Class|
|Season 3, Episode 7 (33rd overall)|
|Written by||James Greenberg, Michael Rubiner, Robert Mittenthal, Randolph Heard, Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi, Francis Gasparini|
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"The New Class" is the 33rd episode of KaBlam!. It is the seventh episode of the third season.
Henry and June: While opening the show, Henry and June meet their new director Glenn Dilworth, who "directed" Saved by the Bell: The New Class. To get to know Henry and June better, Glenn makes them perform an acting exercise by feeling the emotion from a past experience. Henry feels sad over a rhino that landed on his head during Season 2, while June laughs about it.
Action League Now! - "A Star is Torn": The League is foiled by the Mayor when they think they're in a big acting business, when it's just the Mayor trying to injure them.
Henry and June: Glenn gets on June's nerves when he keeps nagging her for more emotion in her lines.
Henry and June: Glenn makes Henry and June perform falling exercises.
Life with Loopy - "Fang Fairy": Loopy puts fake vampire teeth under her pillow and is turned into a werewolf for her action.
Henry and June: Glenn admits he was fired from his last directing job, he then bumps into Mr. Foot, angering him.
The Adventures of Patchhead - "Demolition Mission": Patchhead must stop a Torque Dipstick's car from racing after it was sabotaged by Kit Kutzew.
Henry and June: Henry, who puts on a "Screech" (from Saved by the Bell) voice, tricks Glenn into leaving the studio. Unfortunately, Glenn runs into Mr. Foot, who stuffs him in the trunk of a car.
- The time in Season 2 when a rhino fell on Henry's head was not on a KaBlam! episode.
- The episode title is an homage to the television series Saved by the Bell: The New Class.
- Last appearance of The Adventures of Patchhead
- Glenn Dilworth is voiced by KaBlam! writer Michael Rubiner, who was one of the writers on this episode.
- Glenn getting stuffed in the trunk of a car is an homage to Won't Stick to Most Dental Work where Hector was dealt with the same way by Mr. Foot.
- Nick Offerman (of later Parks and Recreation fame) appeared in The Adventures of Patchhead.