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A clip of the opening title for season 1

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The opening title, alternatively the intro is a sequence of clips from the series that appear during the start of each episode of Zoey 101. They are mostly different for each season, much like many other TV sitcoms. The design for the opining titles is various scrolling shapes that contain said clips that's pasted over a beach-like background, to complement the series' tropical Californian setting. This background also serves as the series transitions between scenes.

Song: Follow Me

Full article: Follow Me

The official theme song for Zoey 101 is Follow Me, which is sung by the singer/actor Jamie Lynn Spears (Zoey). The tempo for Follow Me is at 118 BPM. It's used for each episode's opening title. This song is also featured at the end of the episodes, which often contains the ending of the full theme, including the second verse. This line for the intro that says (Are you ready?) is actually in a telephone voice, because after the intro, the real voice for Jamie Lynn Spears got ready to sing Follow Me from Zoey 101. The full song was never released at any stores, although an instrumental remix was released in the show's soundtrack. But you can find the full version with the instrumental and the lyrics/vocals on YouTube as well. The song Follow Me from Zoey 101 is in the key of C major.





Season 1

Season 2

  • Logan after being pushed into a water fountain.


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Zoey 101 intro


A clip from a season 1 episode is shown here, where Quinn Pensky is dancing in Quinn's Date. This is the only season where the opening title showed a clip from a previous season.

Season 3

  • Chase struggling to get across campus for the beginning of the semester.

Season 4

  • Dustin giving Quinn a ride on his bike to the prom dance.

Accredited actors

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

Season 4

Trivia

  • The font for the credits and title is Mink Regular, the same font that is used for the iCarly opening titles.
  • Unlike Dan Schneider's other shows, Zoey 101 uses the opening titles during movies/specials, whereas in shows like Drake & Josh and iCarly, they didn't use their opening titles for the TV movies like Drake & Josh Go Hollywood and iGo to Japan, respectively.
  • The first few episodes of Season 1 only contained a portion of the Follow Me song, the show's theme. Subsequent episodes included the full song.
  • After Jamie Lynn Spears, all of the actors are listed by alphabetical order, something that would be reused for Victorious (with Victoria Justice and Leon Thomas III's being first credited before everyone else).
  • The opening title display shares some similarities to the theme song to the children's TV show Barney & Friends https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAzebcaIIRU
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