Later in the episode he comes home to Jasper holding a sign that says “I Know Your Secret.” And because Henry’s a “look before he leaps” kind of guy, he jumps the gun and reveals his biggest secret to his best friend.
We won’t give too much more away in case you haven’t seen it yet. Let’s just say that all these events culminate in an emotional ending that changes the world of “Henry Danger.”
Here are 5 fun facts from this epic episode:
“I Know Your Secret” was the 2nd highest viewed “Henry Danger” episode behind “Hour of Power,” viewed by 2.60 million people.
“Henry Danger” is an American superhero TV comedy, created by Dan Schneider and Dana Olsen, currently airing on Nickelodeon. The series follows a 13-year-old boy, played by Jace Norman, who lands a job as the sidekick of a local superhero. “Henry Danger” is produced by Dan Schneider, an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.
Dan Schneider’s “Zoey 101” was a smash-hit on Nickelodeon, resonating deeply with teen audiences everywhere. Central to the show was the classic “will they or won’t they?” relationship that Zoey Brooks and Chase Matthews watered for four straight seasons.
For the most part Chase and Zoey tiptoed around their feelings for each other, however by the series finale, “Zoey 101: Chasing Zoey,” they finally have their first kiss. It was a moment long in the making for loyal fans, and brought the series to a satisfying and heartwarming conclusion.
Perhaps the biggest mystery of the show is what Zoey said in the time capsule she buried on the second episode of the second season. I mean, really… what did she say?!
All fans knew was she talked about what each of her friends meant to her—but, again, audiences were forced to simply wonder about what she might’ve said without any promise of an answer.
Ten years later we find Chase proposing to an unknown girl (played wonderfully by Schneider’s Bakery casting director Jamie Snow, who you might remember guest starring on “Victorious”and “The Amanda Show”!) before Michael storms in and disrupts the festivities. Michael says he dug up Zoey’s time capsule, and reveals that Zoey thought Chase was her soulmate even back before anything happened between the two of them.
Obviously Chase is floored by the news, and decides to call off the engagement to go find Zoey instead.
It was a remarkable segment since fans of the show never really received closure on what Zoey might’ve said in the time capsule. It was also so fun to see the characters again so far into the future! Congrats to the Schneider’s Bakery team for pulling off this amazing reunion, 10 years after the episodes aired!
Watch Video: Dan Schneider Presents some fun facts you probably didn’t know about Zoey 101!
“Zoey 101” is an American teen drama series created by Dan Schneider. “Zoey 101” aired on Nickelodeon for four seasons, from 2005 to 2008, starring Jamie Lynn Spears and Paul Butcher as brother and sister attending boarding school in Southern California. The series was created and produced by Dan Schneider, an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.
What is Reggae Potato Christmas? We’re so glad you asked.
For those tired of “ugly sweater” parties and boring holiday specials, it’s the answer to all of your party-theme woes. Why not take the monotony out of holiday parties and celebrate Christmas with a big ol’ reggae potato? Sure, it may seem weird, but it’s not completely without precedent, since that’s exactly what happened on last year’s holiday episode of Dan Schneider’s “Game Shakers.”
On this episode, superstar rapper Double G wins the job of hosting an annual TV Christmas special. It’s a Christmas special unlike any Christmas special you have or ever will see again—and not only because of the aforementioned potato nonsense.
Surprisingly, the whole gang gets invited to perform on the Christmas special instead. Double G isn’t having it at first, but he eventually agrees when the crew promises him bigger ratings. Oh, and Double G is in a gigantic potato costume during this whole scene‒‒it’s fantastic.
At the start of the Christmas special, the whole crew seems a bit nervous. What they don’t know is there’s about to be pandemonium on the set. They take their positions, the cameras roll, and Double G slowly steps down the stairs singing “Jingle Bells” with a number of small fireworks behind him. At the end of the stairs, his head catches fire.
Once he realizes that, well, his head is on fire, Double G starts running around the set frantically. The show manager decides to continue the festivities with the Game Shakers instead. Hudson becomes Reggae Potato as Double G continues to deliriously run around backstage. After a while his crew finally remembers what puts out fire (hint: water), and proceeds to dunk his head in the nearest bucket.
Double G rallies to make his way out for the last part of the show, the titular musical number “Reggae Potato.” And what do you know? His head catches fire again. We guess that’s just a testament to his fiery-brilliant mind! Check out the video above to experience this scene in full. We promise you’ll have the song stuck in your head for the rest of the year.
So there you have it. And remember, when celebrating Reggae Potato Christmas on your own time, please do not try any pyrotechnics without a Hollywood stunt team on deck!
Create a new holiday tradition and rewatch the “Reggae Potato” episode of “Game Shakers” today!
“Game Shakers” is an American live-action sitcom, created by Dan Schneider, currently airing on Nickelodeon. The series stars Cree Cicchino and Madisyn Shipman as pre-teens that start a multimillion dollar gaming company and take on a rap superstar, played by Kel Mitchell, as their business partner. The series is produced by Dan Schneider, an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.
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