Other references seen are the flag at The Grassy Knoll being permanently at half mast and the car on the roof of the diner containing the original JFK's body leaning over the edge.
Also on a few occasions, the characters that we see learn most of "Life's Lessons" the hard way.
While the clones derive many character qualities from their ancestors, much of the humor in the show comes from the large contrast between the personality of the clones and the actual values and legacy of the historical figures they are descended from.
It was later purchased by cable channel MTV, and was produced between 2002–03.
The show's design is heavily stylized and its animation style limited, emphasizing humor and story over visuals.
The show also includes humor based on the historical figures themselves.
For example, the diner the clones frequent is called The Grassy Knoll, a reference to the JFK assassination conspiracy theory about a second shooter, dubbed "The Man on the Grassy Knoll".He is assisted by his robot butler/vice principal/dehumidifier, Mr. Belvedere), who is programmed to call everyone "Wesley" and speak in two distinct intonations.The main protagonists of Clone High are the clones of Abraham Lincoln (referred to as "Abe"), Joan of Arc and Mahatma Gandhi.Says one, "He never let it define him." A 19th century electro-popera, a real-time reflection on a turbuluent election cycle, a Shakespeare tragedy electrified by star wattage and an emotionally raw musical about adolescent isolation were among the year's highlights on Broadway and off for THR's chief theater critic.Laura Michelle Kelly and Jose Llana star in the touring production of Bartlett Sher's sumptuous Tony-winning revival of the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, playing at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre. Lord and Miller first developed the series' concept while at Dartmouth College in the 1990s, later pitching it to executives at American network Fox Broadcasting Company, who ultimately decided to pass on the program.