History Awesome / Clarence

7th Sep '16 1:13:49 PM Ayumu
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* Clarence's crowning moment of awesome has to be from the episode "Lil' Buddy". After essentially going through an "Emo" phase due to getting in trouble with his Lil' Buddy and missing recess, he snaps and ends up dressing up as said buddy. Going up against the school guard from blowing her whistle, Belson pants him from behind; causing the crowd to laugh. So does Clarence just run off or start crying or something? No! He PUNCHES Belson right in the face, with the crowd in shock afterwards. Given what the comments have to say about Belson (and over the series as a whole), he had it coming. It's justified and cathartic.

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* Clarence's crowning moment of awesome has to be from the episode "Lil' Buddy". After essentially going through an "Emo" phase due to getting in trouble with his Lil' Buddy and missing recess, he snaps and ends up dressing up as said buddy. Going up against the school guard from blowing her whistle, Belson pants him from behind; causing the crowd to laugh. So does Clarence just run off or start crying or something? No! He PUNCHES Belson right in the face, with the crowd in shock afterwards. Given what the comments have to say about Belson (and over the series as a whole), he had it coming. It's justified and cathartic.
19th Apr '16 1:14:01 PM Sammettik
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* Clarence's crowning moment of awesome has to be from the episode "Lil' Buddy". After essentially going through an "Emo" phase due to getting in trouble with his Lil' Buddy and missing recess, he snaps and ends up dressing up as said buddy. Going up against the school guard from blowing her whistle, Belson pants him from behind; causing the crowd to laugh. So does Clarence just run off or start crying or something? No! He PUNCHES Belson right in the face, with the crowd in shock afterwards. Given what the comments have to say about Belson (and over the series as a whole), he had it coming. It's justified and cathartic [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnQw4wRXAy8]]

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* Clarence's crowning moment of awesome has to be from the episode "Lil' Buddy". After essentially going through an "Emo" phase due to getting in trouble with his Lil' Buddy and missing recess, he snaps and ends up dressing up as said buddy. Going up against the school guard from blowing her whistle, Belson pants him from behind; causing the crowd to laugh. So does Clarence just run off or start crying or something? No! He PUNCHES Belson right in the face, with the crowd in shock afterwards. Given what the comments have to say about Belson (and over the series as a whole), he had it coming. It's justified and cathartic [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnQw4wRXAy8]]cathartic.



* Jeff and Clarence's "duel". Just that whole scene.
26th Mar '16 9:01:13 PM CommanderVisor
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* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and ''immediately'' gets the hang of things, becoming a [[BadassInCharge decisive and]] [[AsskickingAuthority kickass captain]]. The kicker; in a major subversion of a cliche, none of this is after hearing Jeff's, Clarence's, and Sumo's real thoughts on him, as he did this ''all'' on his own volition.

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* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and ''immediately'' gets the hang of things, becoming a [[BadassInCharge decisive and]] [[AsskickingAuthority [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority kickass captain]]. The kicker; in a major subversion of a cliche, none of this is after hearing Jeff's, Clarence's, and Sumo's real thoughts on him, as he did this ''all'' on his own volition.
26th Mar '16 9:00:45 PM CommanderVisor
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* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and IMMEDIATELY gets the hang of things, becoming a decisive and kickass captain. The kicker; in a MAJOR subversion of a cliche, NONE OF THIS IS AFTER HEARING JEFF, CLARENCE, AND SUMOS REAL THOUGHTS ON HIM AS HE DID THIS ALL ON HIS OWN VIOLITION! If that wasn't awesome enough, after Jeff criticizes him for screwing up and he leaves in the rainstorm, at seeing his friends in danger after they try to rescue him, he IMMEDIATELY springs into action again and subverts ANOTHER cliche, bypassing any sappy apology moment. And as if to finish his trifecta of subversion's, when he's given the key to the treasure at the end, you're expecting him to break the key or do something that'll undo all his badassery..... BUT NOTHING HAPPENS AND HE GETS THEM THE TREASURE SUCCESSFULLY! It's safe to say that Breehn, after this episode, MAY be on his way to slowly becoming a main character.

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* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and IMMEDIATELY ''immediately'' gets the hang of things, becoming a [[BadassInCharge decisive and and]] [[AsskickingAuthority kickass captain. captain]]. The kicker; in a MAJOR major subversion of a cliche, NONE OF THIS IS AFTER HEARING JEFF, CLARENCE, AND SUMOS REAL THOUGHTS ON HIM AS HE DID THIS ALL ON HIS OWN VIOLITION! none of this is after hearing Jeff's, Clarence's, and Sumo's real thoughts on him, as he did this ''all'' on his own volition.
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If that wasn't awesome enough, after Jeff criticizes him for screwing up and he leaves in the rainstorm, at seeing his friends in danger after they try to rescue him, he IMMEDIATELY immediately springs into action again and subverts ANOTHER another cliche, bypassing any sappy apology moment. moments. And as if to finish his trifecta of subversion's, subversions, when he's given the key to the treasure at the end, you're expecting him to break the key or do something that'll undo all his badassery..... BUT NOTHING HAPPENS AND HE GETS THEM THE TREASURE SUCCESSFULLY! badassery... but ''none'' of that happens and they get the treasure.! It's safe to say that Breehn, after this episode, MAY may be on his way to slowly becoming a [[AscendedExtra main character.
character]].
3rd Dec '15 1:44:19 PM Ayumu
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* Clarence's crowning moment of awesome has to be from the episode "Lil' Buddy". After essentially going through an "Emo" phase due to getting in trouble with his Lil' Buddy and missing recess, he snaps and ends up dressing up as said buddy. Going up against the school guard from blowing her whistle, Belson pants him from behind; causing the crowd to laugh. So does Clarence just run off or start crying or something? No! He PUNCHES Belson right in the face, with the crowd in shock afterwards. Given what the comments have to say about Belson (and over the series as a whole), he had it coming. It's justified and cathartic [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnQw4wRXAy8]]



* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and IMMEDIATELY gets the hang of things, becoming a decisive and kickass captain. The kicker; in a MAJOR subvervision of a cliche, NONE OF THIS IS AFTER HEARING JEFF, CLARENCE, AND SUMOS REAL THOUGHTS ON HIM AS HE DID THIS ALL ON HIS OWN VIOLITION! If that wasn't awesome enough, after Jeff criticizes him for screwing up and he leaves in the rainstorm, at seeing his friends in danger after they try to rescue him, he IMMEDIATELY springs into action again and subverts ANOTHER cliche, bypassing any sappy apology moment. And as if to finish his trifecta of subversions, when he's given the key to the treasure at the end, you're expecting him to break the key or do something that'll undo all his badassery..... BUT NOTHING HAPPENS AND HE GETS THEM THE TREASURE SUCCESSFULLY! It's safe to say that Breehn, after this episode, MAY be on his way to slowly becoming a main character.

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* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and IMMEDIATELY gets the hang of things, becoming a decisive and kickass captain. The kicker; in a MAJOR subvervision subversion of a cliche, NONE OF THIS IS AFTER HEARING JEFF, CLARENCE, AND SUMOS REAL THOUGHTS ON HIM AS HE DID THIS ALL ON HIS OWN VIOLITION! If that wasn't awesome enough, after Jeff criticizes him for screwing up and he leaves in the rainstorm, at seeing his friends in danger after they try to rescue him, he IMMEDIATELY springs into action again and subverts ANOTHER cliche, bypassing any sappy apology moment. And as if to finish his trifecta of subversions, subversion's, when he's given the key to the treasure at the end, you're expecting him to break the key or do something that'll undo all his badassery..... BUT NOTHING HAPPENS AND HE GETS THEM THE TREASURE SUCCESSFULLY! It's safe to say that Breehn, after this episode, MAY be on his way to slowly becoming a main character.

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22nd Nov '15 3:23:45 PM GainaXiaolin
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* [[http://avatarparallels.tumblr.com/post/125469549661/shayraeingame A newspaper article]] referring ''Clarence'', along with other shows, as progressive.
* ''Clarence'' has become one of the first ''all-ages-oriented'' cartoons and the first on Creator/CartoonNetwork (that's not on Creator/AdultSwim) to realistically depict same-sex couples: a male couple trades kisses on the cheek in "Neighborhood Grill" (though, originally, it was supposed to be a kiss on the lips and one of them bringing flowers), and "Jeff Wins" and "Chimney" establishes that Jeff has a lesbian couple for parents.
14th Aug '15 3:16:02 PM Meowth
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* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and IMMEDIATELY gets the hang of things, becoming a decisive and kickass captain. The kicker; in a MAJOR subvervision of a cliche, NONE OF THIS IS AFTER HEARING JEFF, CLARENCE, AND SUMOS REAL THOUGHTS ON HIM AS HE DID THIS ALL ON HIS OWN VIOLITION! If that wasn't awesome enough, after Jeff criticizes him for screwing up and he leaves in the rainstorm, at seeing his friends in danger after they try to rescue him, he IMMEDIATELY springs into action again and subverts ANOTHER cliche, bypassing any sappy apology moment. It's safe to say that Breehn, after this episode, MAY be on his way to slowly becoming a main character.

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* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and IMMEDIATELY gets the hang of things, becoming a decisive and kickass captain. The kicker; in a MAJOR subvervision of a cliche, NONE OF THIS IS AFTER HEARING JEFF, CLARENCE, AND SUMOS REAL THOUGHTS ON HIM AS HE DID THIS ALL ON HIS OWN VIOLITION! If that wasn't awesome enough, after Jeff criticizes him for screwing up and he leaves in the rainstorm, at seeing his friends in danger after they try to rescue him, he IMMEDIATELY springs into action again and subverts ANOTHER cliche, bypassing any sappy apology moment. And as if to finish his trifecta of subversions, when he's given the key to the treasure at the end, you're expecting him to break the key or do something that'll undo all his badassery..... BUT NOTHING HAPPENS AND HE GETS THEM THE TREASURE SUCCESSFULLY! It's safe to say that Breehn, after this episode, MAY be on his way to slowly becoming a main character.
11th Aug '15 12:15:44 PM Mikeyfan93
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* Belson's mother gets one in "Dust Buddies". After putting up with Belson refusing to clean up after himself, she starts playing the MMORPG Belson was playing with his team and proceeds to play intentionally badly, and the only way she'll stop is if he does his chores. This all comes to a head when Belson gets back online and realizes [[spoiler: she changed his character class to something less threatening, much to his embarrassment.]]
8th Aug '15 8:45:11 AM Meowth
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* "Breehn Ho". This episode might as well be called "How to Turn a Butt Monkey into a Badass." It starts off with Breehn as the milquetoast and unimaginative fourth wheel, but, at seeing Sumo and Jeff in danger, makes a daring game move and saves them and IMMEDIATELY gets the hang of things, becoming a decisive and kickass captain. The kicker; in a MAJOR subvervision of a cliche, NONE OF THIS IS AFTER HEARING JEFF, CLARENCE, AND SUMOS REAL THOUGHTS ON HIM AS HE DID THIS ALL ON HIS OWN VIOLITION! If that wasn't awesome enough, after Jeff criticizes him for screwing up and he leaves in the rainstorm, at seeing his friends in danger after they try to rescue him, he IMMEDIATELY springs into action again and subverts ANOTHER cliche, bypassing any sappy apology moment. It's safe to say that Breehn, after this episode, MAY be on his way to slowly becoming a main character.
31st Jul '15 11:12:51 PM creader
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* [[http://avatarparallels.tumblr.com/post/125469549661/shayraeingame A newspaper article]] referring ''The Legend of Korra'', along with other shows, as progressive.

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* [[http://avatarparallels.tumblr.com/post/125469549661/shayraeingame A newspaper article]] referring ''The Legend of Korra'', ''Clarence'', along with other shows, as progressive.
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