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Fluffykins has been fitted out with an appropriately adorable kitty-uniform with little kitty-sized pads, though she rejects the miniature helmet. While half the team practices with her while safely protecting their guy-cred by studiously not gushing over her adorableness, Avatar takes the initiative by leading the other half through warm-up exercises with a stereo blasting the soundtrack from ''Rocky''. One impressive new recruit--whom we're apparently [[Main/ViewersAreMorons not expected to realize]] is actually Sue--catches the Coach's eye.

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Fluffykins has been fitted out with an appropriately adorable kitty-uniform with little kitty-sized pads, though she rejects the miniature helmet. While half the team practices with her while safely protecting their guy-cred by studiously not gushing over her adorableness, Avatar takes the initiative by leading the other half through warm-up exercises with a stereo blasting the soundtrack from ''Rocky''. One impressive new recruit--whom we're apparently [[Main/ViewersAreMorons not expected to realize]] realize is actually Sue--catches the Coach's eye.
14th Aug '12 12:53:45 AM FELH2
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Coach Berg whistles, impressed. He calls an embarrassed yet hopeful Sue down to ask if her pet had ever played football. Fluffykins hasn't, but isn't a cat playing football ''crazy?'' "Exactly. It's just crazy enough to work! Of course, maybe we should give her a disguise, so as not to let on..." He starts plotting to sell the story rights to Disney after the first successful game, but Sue interrupts. Could he maybe possibly consider Sue as a potential team player, too? With an awkward look, he confides, "Sorry miss, I'm the inspirational one. Sure, there [[Main/AintNoRule ain't no rule]] that a kitty-cat can't play football. But to get your dreams crushed by a hardass I conveniently have no power to oppose, you'll have to go see Athletic Director Leland." She does, and they are. Her dreams, that is. Until English class the next day, when ''[[Main/{{Shakespeare}} Twelfth Night]]'' gives Sue an idea...

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Coach Berg whistles, impressed. He calls an embarrassed yet hopeful Sue down to ask if her pet had ever played football. Fluffykins hasn't, but isn't a cat playing football ''crazy?'' "Exactly. It's just crazy enough to work! Of course, maybe we should give her a disguise, so as not to let on..." He starts plotting to sell the story rights to Disney after the first successful game, but Sue interrupts. Could he maybe possibly consider Sue as a potential team player, too? With an awkward look, he confides, "Sorry miss, I'm the inspirational one. Sure, there [[Main/AintNoRule ain't no rule]] Main/AintNoRule that a kitty-cat can't play football. But to get your dreams crushed by a hardass I conveniently have no power to oppose, you'll have to go see Athletic Director Leland." She does, and they are. Her dreams, that is. Until English class the next day, when ''[[Main/{{Shakespeare}} ''[[Creator/WilliamShakespeare Twelfth Night]]'' gives Sue an idea...



Deciding to put...''him'' to the test, the Coach promptly calls a scrimmage, with ''Sam Sueler'' acting as a Tackle for Solo's down-the-field charge. Avatar, who was on the other offensive end, somehow manages to not get crushed by the defense. Since he was only ever shown in the starting lineup, he could have run away in the opposite direction and we would not have known. The Coach, though, is suitably impressed with all the Benders, and ends practice instructing the team to show up early for the game against neighboring rival, [[{{OpposingSportsTeam}} Blakesville High]]. Conveniently, this is only several hours away.

Meanwhile, Nerdly has gathered several hundred bets on various parts of the upcoming game, and Cleo has joined the cheerleading squad. Nothing remotely inappropriate happened during the tryouts, except for the cheerleading itself ([[{{MoralGuardians}} or so some would add]]).

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Deciding to put...''him'' to the test, the Coach promptly calls a scrimmage, with ''Sam Sueler'' acting as a Tackle for Solo's down-the-field charge. Avatar, who was on the other offensive end, somehow manages to not get crushed by the defense. Since he was only ever shown in the starting lineup, he could have run away in the opposite direction and we would not have known. The Coach, though, is suitably impressed with all the Benders, and ends practice instructing the team to show up early for the game against neighboring rival, [[{{OpposingSportsTeam}} [[OpposingSportsTeam Blakesville High]]. Conveniently, this is only several hours away.

Meanwhile, Nerdly has gathered several hundred bets on various parts of the upcoming game, and Cleo has joined the cheerleading squad. Nothing remotely inappropriate happened during the tryouts, except for the cheerleading itself ([[{{MoralGuardians}} ([[MoralGuardians or so some would add]]).



Even though none of them has a clue about football, the Benders on the field play amazingly well, and [[{{UnderdogsNeverLose}} Lovingston is managing to hold even against the normally superior Blakesville Behemoths]]. Ten minutes of football are periodically interrupted by brief shots of Nerdly noticing two familiar figure from a past episode approaching the edge of the field, attempting to conceal shovels. Regular viewers would recognize them as Black Rage, White Heat, and Gray Matter.** On cue, Cleo spots Alexandria among the cheerleaders. When the two attempt to pursue their respective quarries, they are immediately spotted and captured. Somehow, only Solo, Sue, and Avatar (oh, and Fluffy) notice their friends being held hostage. They face a dilemma. The three can exploit a weakness in the opposing line and score an easy, game winning point (did we mention that the final countdown has started?), or they can help their friends.

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Even though none of them has a clue about football, the Benders on the field play amazingly well, and [[{{UnderdogsNeverLose}} [[UnderdogsNeverLose Lovingston is managing to hold even against the normally superior Blakesville Behemoths]]. Ten minutes of football are periodically interrupted by brief shots of Nerdly noticing two familiar figure from a past episode approaching the edge of the field, attempting to conceal shovels. Regular viewers would recognize them as Black Rage, White Heat, and Gray Matter.** On cue, Cleo spots Alexandria among the cheerleaders. When the two attempt to pursue their respective quarries, they are immediately spotted and captured. Somehow, only Solo, Sue, and Avatar (oh, and Fluffy) notice their friends being held hostage. They face a dilemma. The three can exploit a weakness in the opposing line and score an easy, game winning point (did we mention that the final countdown has started?), or they can help their friends.



-->Solo: You can't stop me! I never use my mind. [[{{UseYourHead}} But my head...]]

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-->Solo: You can't stop me! I never use my mind. [[{{UseYourHead}} [[UseYourHead But my head...]]



-->Nerdly: [[{{PunnyName}} The Unholy Ale]]! It was buried under this field!

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-->Nerdly: [[{{PunnyName}} [[PunnyName The Unholy Ale]]! Ale]]! It was buried under this field!



-->Alexandria: Curse the Vampire Slayers! They will pay for foiling our plans twice, beating us up, and trapping us here! As soon as a [[{{DeusExMachina}} Deus Ex Machina]] can save us, '''they will pay!'''

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-->Alexandria: Curse the Vampire Slayers! They will pay for foiling our plans twice, beating us up, and trapping us here! As soon as a [[{{DeusExMachina}} Deus Ex Machina]] DeusExMachina can save us, '''they will pay!'''



** White Heat and Gray Matter have previously only appeared in comic book versions of the franchise. Speculation holds that ''[[{{AATAFOVS/Schooled}} Schooled]]'' was judged to be [[{{OnceAcceptableTargets}} unintentionally racist by executives]]. Supposedly, only hurried negotiations on the part of the writers prevented the appearance of Asian, Hispanic, and Northern "Native American" villains, who would have formed a group known as the "Ethnic Evildoers."

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** White Heat and Gray Matter have previously only appeared in comic book versions of the franchise. Speculation holds that ''[[{{AATAFOVS/Schooled}} Schooled]]'' was judged to be [[{{OnceAcceptableTargets}} [[OnceAcceptableTargets unintentionally racist by executives]]. Supposedly, only hurried negotiations on the part of the writers prevented the appearance of Asian, Hispanic, and Northern "Native American" villains, who would have formed a group known as the "Ethnic Evildoers."



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