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Do the Write Thing is the eleventh episode in Season 3 of Sydney to the Max. It first aired on June 11, 2021 to 0.33 million viewers.[1]

Plot

Sydney suspects her teacher, Ms. Anderson, has assigned everyone in her class historical figures to write about based on their race, and Emmy recognizes it as a microagression. When Sydney talks to her classmates, they confirm her suspicions and agree it’s time to stand up for themselves. They elect Sydney as their spokesperson to speak with their teacher. In the ’90s, Leo gives a great interview with a local newspaper about his work as founder and president of the school’s computer club. He is excited until the story runs and incorrectly features a picture of Max with the title of club president.

Cast

Main Cast

Recurring Cast

Guest Cast

  • Josh Duvendeck as Mr. Ames
  • Grace Lu as Roxanne
  • Cali Dicapo as Callie
  • Jama Williamson as Ms. Anderson

Quotes

"I can't believe people don't realize how hurtful this is." - Sydney

Trivia

  • This episode filmed on February 10, 2021.
  • The episode title is a play on the 1989 comedy-drama film Do the Right Thing.
  • This episode marks Leo's first appearance since The Bat Mitzvah Planner.
  • Jama Williamson played Principal Mullins on Nickelodeon's School of Rock.
  • This episode deals with microaggressions. This is a serious topic that occurs sometimes in episodes of Disney Channel shows.
    • This episode reveals Leo, Virmani, Callie, Emmy, her older sister, and Ned are victims of discrimination due to their skin color.
  • Raven-Symoné returned to direct this episode. The last episode she directed was Mrs. Harris' Opus which aired back in Season 2.
  • This is the third episode where Emmy appears without Sophia, following Mo' Grandmas, Mo' Problems and The Hair Switch Project.
    • Coincidentally, Sydney mentions her grandmother Maya and she appears in both of those episodes.
  • Aside from bunnies, Max is revealed to also have a fear of birds.

References

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