|“||I like you. I mean, I really, like like you!||”|
—Freddy to Summer
Freddy's decision to reveal his feelings for Summer backfires after his anonymous note leads to a series of misunderstandings.
- Breanna Yde as Tomika
- Ricardo Hurtado as Freddy Huerta
- Jade Pettyjohn as Summer Hathaway
- Lance Lim as Zack Kwan
- Aidan Miner as Lawrence Dooley
- Tony Cavalero as Dewey Finn
- Jama Williamson as Principal Mullins
- This episode is a two-part special due to the episode concluding with "To be continued...".
- In this episode, Freddy tells Summer how he feels, but he does not find out Summer's response until the episode, We Gotta Get Outta This Place.
- It is very likely that Summer will reciprocate, but she also believes that Tomika likes Freddy. This could get in the way of her feelings.
- As of this episode, Tomika, Dewey, Summer and Asher know that Freddy likes Summer.
- This is the third episode where Freddy tries to tell Summer he likes her. The first two times are in the episode, Kool Thing and Love Is a Battlefield.
- The love triangle between Freddy, Summer, and Asher takes affect again in this episode.
- The triangle also ends in the episode as Freddy confesses to Summer and Asher finds out that Summer does not reciprocate his feelings for her.
- Freddy and Principal Mullins’ birthday is revealed to be on March 4th, which coincidentally is also the same day that this episode aired in real life.
- Freddy sings the song "Happy" by Pharrell Williams.
- This episode marks the last appearance of Asher.
- It is revealed that Summer's middle name is Breeze.
- Mr. Finn is found to be terrible at keeping surprise parties secret. In this episode, as he could not stop himself from saying "Surprise!".
- The title of the episode could be a reference to "Surprise, Surprise" by The Starting Line.
- It is the first time since the episode, Total Eclipse of the Heart, that it is mentioned that Summer has feelings for Freddy.
- This episode shows the moment when Summer told Tomika that she likes Freddy.
- "Happy" by Pharrell Williams