|Sunday Morning Scramble||Potential Possibilities||Call Me if You Care|
Trent has been placed in the gifted class and fears he will never again see daylight. His first day in the class, one of the kids begins to grill him with questions. He is sure his life as he knows it will end!
Meanwhile, Trent dreams up different ways to get out of the gifted class (or class of lab rats as he calls it). His scheme actually includes trying to make his team lose the coveted Academic Olympics championship against Connellsville!
As Mr. Riley talks to Aubrey, she learns that he once had a shot at being a Vaudeville performer! He gave up his gift, however, and still regrets it. He knows that if Aubrey doesn’t act upon her gifts when she has the opportunity, she will never get around to it. She, in turn, makes a deal with him that if he auditions his comedy routine at a local restaurant, she will enter the horse show. In the end, Aubrey sacrifices competing in the show for the safety of her horse. A nearby horsewoman takes notice of this and decides to retire three of her show horses to the Timothy Center for Aubrey to take care of. (Now the Timothy Center can have trail rides!)
After bring given permission to get out of the gifted class, Trent helps the team win the competition against Connellsville by answering a key question. On the way home, he is able to get to know some of the kids in the gifted class and learns, a bit too late, that they actually have more in common than he thought. He was still able to rejoin the gifted class, but it was unclear from the episode whether he rejoined or not.
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|Aubrey Shepard||Danielle Judovits|
|Marvin Washington||Kendre Berry|
|Mrs. Nietchew||Shari Belgeau|
|Tom Riley||Walker Edmiston|
|Trent DeWhite||Corey Padnos|
 QuotesMrs. Nietchew: Trent, name the first man-made object to touch the moon.
Trent DeWhite: The first man-made object? Uuuhh, Neil Armstrong's shoe?
Aubrey Shepard: Thanks Mr. Riley, but I don't need any more opportunities to look ridiculous. I appreciate it though. I'll see ya tomorrow.
Tom Riley: We're not through talking about this. Not by a long shot.
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