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You've Got Female is the eighth episode in Season 1 of Sydney to the Max. It first aired on March 22, 2019 to 0.52 million viewers.[1]


Sydney organizes a school protest for clubs to be more inclusive of women; Young Max befriends a skater girl, but is conflicted because the Dog Boys don’t allow girls in their crew.


Main Cast

Recurring Cast

Special Guest Cast

Guest Cast

  • Wyatt Walter as Riccoli
  • Keyon Bowman as Miles
  • Mac Jarman as Griffin
  • Helena Assis as Yolanda
  • Gilbert Aguirre as Jake


  • The title is a play on the popular email provider AOL's log-on greeting, "You've got mail" and the 1998 film of the same name. Also, The Thundermans had a title with this pun. Their episode was called "You've Got Fail".
  • Ruth Righi stated that she cannot wait for fans to see this episode, and according to her, her character Sydney takes a stand for women's rights and finds her passion.[3]
  • Siena Agudong from Nickelodeon television series Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn and Star Falls guest stars in this episode as Brittany.
  • In this episode, the same customer at Just Fun and Games which wants a CD comes for it. In Can't Dye This, he wanted a dinosaur eraser.
  • The most challenging Season 1 scene that Jackson Dollinger said he had to do was when he had to run back and forth to try to impress both the Dog Boys and a skater girl simultaneously.[4] He was most likely referring to this episode.
  • It's implied that Max and Brittany never talked again about the events of finding out Max lied to her.
    • It's also implied "The Dog Boys" also held a grudge against Max.
  • This is a special episode about women's rights.
  • The scene with Sydney and Max eating cake was used for the theme song just before Ruth Righi's credit, and stayed ever since.
    • Likewise, the scene before with Sydney finishing her bass line was used for Seasons 1 and 2.
  • Moral: Everyone should be included, no matter the gender.