|Season 1, Episode 23|
|Air Date||January 19, 2007|
|Guest cast|| Kenneth Mars|
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"Schooly Bully" is the twenty-third episode of the first season. The title is a reference to the Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs song "Wooly Bully."
There's a new girl at school, Henrietta Laverne (played by Jaelin Palmer), who Miley and others call "The Cracker". Miley says she bets that the new girl is not that bad, and people are just prejudiced. Miley tries to talk to her, but The Cracker puts lipstick all over her face and ties Miley's and Lilly's heads together using their hair. Roxy tries to help them by telling them to run, and scream for the principal, but the girls refuse. The next day, Roxy comes into school dressed as a student so she can protect Miley and Lilly from the Cracker. Things then get worse when Roxy won't even let the girls hang out with boys. The next day Roxy starts dressing up like Miley, and she puts a GPS on Miley's barette so she can find her. Miley gives the barette to another girl, Jeanie, in order to throw Roxy off of her trail. Miley goes into the cafeteria to face The Cracker, but then Lilly, who is supposed to get the principal as part of Miley's plan, is too late and the Cracker puts Miley in the the salad bar and a French/Itailan dressing and nuts (cookie crumbs) on her. Principal Marsh then shows up and the Cracker gets in trouble. Roxy then reveals to Miley and Lilly that the reason she was being unreasonable was to get them to go to the principal themselves. Upon hearing this, Miley proceeds to chase Roxy around the school.
- In this episode, Miley does not appear as Hannah Montana, unless you count the intro theme song.
- There is no interaction between Miley and her dad for the first time in the series.
- You can see Amber and Ashley standing in line. Though, does this really matter or surprise you in anyway? At all?
- In this episode it is revealed that Jackson has ticklish feet.
- Jaelin Palmer also stars in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody as Leah.
- One of the jocks in the background is played by RJ Mitte, from the AMC Original Series Breaking Bad.
- This episode is a reference to the song "Wooly Bully" Performed by Sham The Sham & The Pharaohs.