The unflappable Zack Greenburg is just entering the seventh grade. He is adaptable, good-natured and loyal. Zack handles the fact that he is a magnet for weirdness with incredible aplomb, coolness and self-confidence. If you're going to spend the better part of your day making clones or exploring alternate universes, the last thing you want to have to do is stop and clean your room.
Last Episode02x26 Zackeo and Juliet Aired: May. 05, 2002
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Series Fun Facts
- Michael Seater (Spencer Sharpe) and Jake Epstein (Cam Dunleavey) were born only one day apart: Seater on January 15, 1987 and Epstein on January 16, 1987.
- In the entry hall of Horace Hyde-White School, where much of the action of the series takes place, the viewer sees plaques, one of which lists the school's past prefects by school year, first…
[show]In the entry hall of Horace Hyde-White School, where much of the action of the series takes place, the viewer sees plaques, one of which lists the school's past prefects by school year, first initial and last name. The names on the Prefects plaque are those of crew members who worked on the show. Examples (from the bottom up) include "1950-51 S. Cosens" = Steve Cosens, cinematographer; 1949-1950 J.A. Delmage = John Delmage, producer; 1948-49 T. Hess = Terry Hess, construction manager; 1947-48 R. Sutherland = Rachel Sutherland, post-production supervisor; 1946-47 L. Amaral = Lisa Amaral-Wright, assistant property master; and so forth.
- Robert Clark (Zack Greenburg) and Michael Seater (Spencer Sharpe) would both later star in Strange Days at Blake Holsey High (CA), in which they played Vaughn Pearson and Lucas Randall respectively.