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|Big Time Tests|
|Airdate||June 27, 2013|
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Logan brings Carlos along to the MCAT test as his good luck charm; James becomes obsessed with relationship quizzes.
- Mrs. Knight: "So are you and James back together?"
- Kendall: "Yep!"
- Logan: Corn dogs are not the answer to everything.
- Carlos: Yes they are! Holds up test.
- This episode was originally named "Big Time Test" without the s at the end.
- It was releaved that James' birthday is September 4 and James' favorite colors are purple and pink.
- Kendall and James first met at a kid's 5th birthday party.
- This is the second time Carlos gets a better grade than Logan. The first one was in Welcome Back, Big Time.
- After Carlos gets 100% on the MCAT test, this leads mor or less to an identity theft - Carlos says he's going to be a doctor and that he's the smart one - which is usually Logan.
- In this episode James acts as though he and Kendall are in a relationship, then break up and get back together. He is talking about their friendship using romantic relationship terms.
- At the end, Carlos reveals that he only scored perfect on the test because he circled the answers to read "CORN DOGS", and when Bitters is suffocating and needs an actual doctor, Logan performs the Heimlich maneuver on him and saves him, proving that he is the real talented doctor.
- Running gags: 1) Buddha Bob trying to be a stuntman and people saying he can't. 2) Carlos saving Logan from getting hit by something falling by hugging him.
- Kendall signed Bitters' shirt with KS (Kendall Schmidt) instead of KK (Kendall Knight). This is probably because the boys use their actual real life signatures for the show.
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