|Season 3, Episode 6|
|Air date:||May 23, 2004|
|Written by:||Emily Kapnek|
|Directed by:||Anthony Bell|
|Previous Episode:||The Easter Ham|
|Next Episode:||Butterflies Are Free|
About Face is the sixth episode (46th overall) of the third season which was broadcast on May 23, 2004.
The Meaning of Life Lesson
"If don't learn to accept yourself now, you may never learn to accept yourself at all."
- David Charles Bishop.
Dodie's mother gets a job substitute-teaching at Dodie's school. Dodie feels betrayed when her mother begins hanging out with Courtney and the "in" crowd. Dodie later finds out that it may be a result of Joann being crowned "Missed Popularity" as a kid. Meanwhile, Dr. Dave plans on proposing to Lois, but the engagement ring gets stuck on Carl's finger. Blake uses this and the photos he took of Parrot World to ruin his relationship with Noelle. Also, Dr. Dave's mother comes to town and she and Lois don't get along.
- Ginger Foutley
- Darren Patterson
- Carl Foutley
- Nurse Betty
- Courtney Gripling
- Macie Lightfoot
- Hoodsey Bishop
- Dodie Bishop
- Miranda Killgallen
- Lois Foutley
- Dave Bishop
- Mrs. Dave
- Mipsy Mipson
- Dr. Dave
- Noelle Sussman
- Joann Bishop
- Blake Gripling
- Polly Shuster (photographs only)
- Hope Rogers
Carl: (responding to the Jeweler) Frankly, my fancy isn't all that ticklish to begin with.
"Josie" Bishop: Girlfriend, if that Ian Richton were any cuter, they're be a cover chart to watch him eat a burger in the cafeteria. Ok? Can I get a high five?
Courtney: It's like who does she think she is? She's attached herself to our crew and we find it a trait annoying. (girls murmuring) Mipsy: Very trait.
Dodie: What's everybody laughing about? "Josie" Bishop: HTBT. Dodie: HTBT? Miranda: As in "had to be there". And you weren't. Mipsy: Shame.
"Josie" Bishop: And that was dope.
- This episode teaches us to "be true to yourself".
- This episode shows us why Mrs. Bishop became the way she is in the present.
- We get to see a picture of a pre-teen Joann Bishop.
- The entire popular girls group make their appearance at the same time.
- The two popular girls at the end of Ginger's room share similarities with Lil and Kimi from Rugrats.
- Lois and Dr. Dave sing a song called "Diamonds Are Expensive" during the end credits.
- Short running gag: Mipsy getting hit in the eye by accident when Courtney throws a pebble at Dodie's window.
- Lois' nurse stockings appear and disappear when she's talking to Dr. Dave about his mother coming over for dinner.