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Space Race is the 25th episode of season 2, the 76th episode overall of Clarence.
Ms. Baker assigns a really fun class project. With Clarence distracted by the mysterious power of the moon, his class competes to build the highest-flying rocket.
- Ms. Baker
- Ashley's Friends
- Mel Sumozski
- Breehn (note)
- This episode reveals that Sumo's family has a tradition of going to summer school.
- The Title Name References Rebecca Sugar's Show "Steven Universe" Which has a Episode named the same.
- The same followed by "Regular Show", which also used the name except its entitled with "The" Part.
- "NASU" is a reference to "NASA", A famous space company.
Pop Culture References
- Belson plays a toy game similar to the popular retro toy game "Bop It!".
- Chad's metaphor "Life is like a Box of Doughnuts, you never know what you're gonna get" is a reference to Forrest Gump's metaphor "Life is like a Box of Chocolates, you never know what you're gonna get".
- Gilben's rocket resembles the Monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- Ms. Baker's front teeth disappear and reappear when she explains the power of the moon to Clarence.
- When Sumo, Jeff, and Clarence are outside (their rocket is done but they are not at the school), the tinfoil heart is on the tip of the rocket, but in the next scene it is not (it later reapears when Clarence claims it as a token as his new friendship with the moon