Suspended is the 30th episode in Season 1 and the thirtieth episode of Clarence overall.
Clarence and Sumo are eager to return to school after becoming increasingly bored during a week-long suspension.
The episode begins with Miss Baker teaching the theory of Euclid, Clarence and Sumo want to make a joke, Jeff tells them that they can not do that, but Sumo asks him to show him his monkey wrench, Jeff listens and Sumo tells him Take off, Jeff gets up to ask her to return it, Miss Baker tells him to go back to his seat, Clarence is removing the screw from Ms. Baker chair, Jeff tries to warn Ms. Baker, she tells him to pay attention, and when she sits down, the screw goes flying, breaks his glasses and his personalized cup. Then, Miss Baker is scolding Clarence and Sumo, Jeff gets upset because nobody ever listens to him, then Mr. Reese suspends Clarence and Sumo, Clarence says it would not make sense for them to miss a week of classes, at that time the Mr. Reese thinks about giving them more class time, but Sumo stops Clarence and pretends they're both sad. When they leave school, they both stay in the playground, but quickly get bored, until they both remember that they can do whatever they want outside of school, they go walking and find concrete, they think it's fresh cement and a Mrs. explains to them that it is concrete, Sumo asks her in what class she learned that, she responds that she learned it herself and the two are surprised, then they go to wash their faces and talk about learning outside of school; then the two have fun learning things. Miss Baker is sad about her cup, Jeff takes the test, but has difficulty understanding the questions, so in each question he uses the "C" response; while Clarence and Sumo continue to learn things, but both begin to miss the school and ask Miss Baker to return, she denies it and suddenly the fire alarm sounds, at that moment Miss Shoop arrives and tells to Miss Baker, that the boiler room is getting burned, she gets upset and breaks her mug again, she tells everyone to put their pencils on the table and they go away, everyone listens to her except Jeff, who wanted to finish the exam , all the teachers go down to the boiler room, there, everything is a disaster; when Jeff finishes the exam he gets relieved, and suddenly, he starts to break the floor due to the pressure in the boiler room and he gets upset; in the boiler room, a man falls into the fire, one of the professors tries to remove the coal, but he does not succeed, at which point Clarence and Sumo arrive, Clarence explains what they must do, to save the boiler room, he must enter through a small door in which only Clarence fits, the professors throw him and go inside, there, he have to remove the screw from one of the tubes, "A", "B", "C" or "D", he doubts what it will be, then Jeff arrives and shouts at him by the microphone that he always chooses the "C", Clarence listens to him and saves the boiler room, everyone rejoices, Clarence leaves the interior and falls on Miss Baker, Miss Shoop is kissing with one of the men in the boiler room, Miss Baker allows Clarence to return to class, Mr. Reese erases Clarence and Sumo Suspended marks. The next day, in the class, Clarence and Sumo present a video about being suspended and the episode ends.
- Amy Shtuzger
- Ashley (cameo)
- Mary (non-speaking cameo)
- Ms. Shoop
- Mr. Jones (debut)
- Beauford T. Pusser (picture only)
- Mrs. Sumozski
- Sumo's Brothers
- Unnamed yellow shirted kid
- Unnamed Maroon-Shirted Girl
- Unnamed policeman
- This is the first 2015 episode.
- The school is revealed to have a boiler.
- Although the children are only in fourth grade, as revealed in "Average Jeff", Mrs. Baker teaches the theory of Euclid, which is usually taught in high school.
- In this episode, it is revealed Amy Shtuzger has a crush on Jeff.
- However, Jeff's not into her.
- Mrs. Sumozski is in casual clothes, instead of the black dress from "Dinner Party".
- Music from "Zoo" can be heard in this episode.
- The fire alarm sounded different than in the episode Honk. The fire alarm sounded more like a fire alarm you hear in real life (Horn in Temporal Code 3) instead of the whooping sound in Honk.
- One of Sumo's brothers is an infant instead of a younger kid.
- With the boiler scene, this episode dives deep into the realm of fantasy without explaining it away as a story or other kind of non-physical experience.
- Clarence and Sumo's high five from the intro debuted into this episode.
- When Clarence is in the gears is very similar to Charlie Chapolin's Modern Times.