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1st Jan '18 2:40:15 PM Nylsa
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Sharpay turning the tables on Tiara during the spring muscial performance of "A Night to Remember".

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Sharpay [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JgYv1euluQ turning the tables tables]] on Tiara during the spring muscial performance of "A Night to Remember".
1st Jan '18 2:35:38 PM Nylsa
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* Troy and Gabriella singing 'Breaking Free' in front of the whole school at the end of the first film. Especially when they get ''everybody'' dancing with them.
** The very fact that both of them - a ShrinkingViolet whose at a brand new school and a star basketballer under huge pressure with students and teachers watching his every move - had the guts to audition for a musical against experienced performers. Anyone's whose been to high school can tell you that would be terrifying.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Sharpay turning the tables on Tiara during the spring muscial performance of "A Night to Remember".
** Which was preceded by ''Tiara'''s CMOA:
-->'''Sharpay:''' But you were so loyal and sweet!\\
'''Tiara:''' Yes... It's called "acting." [[TakeThat You should try it sometime]].
** To elaborate on the former: previously, Sharpay had always been the bad girl trying to win the lead role, always backstabbing, manipulating, and buying her way to the top. Whenever Troy and Gabriella beat her out, she'd put a smile on her face and plot for next time. But in this movie, Tiara crushed her. In one sweeping stroke, she replaced Sharpay as the villain, humiliated her, burned her acting, stole her costume, revealed that all along she'd been playing Sharpay for the fool and then, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking turns the light off on her dresser door]]. Sharpay completely breaks down. Then, for the first time in the whole series, she decides she's not going to sit there and whine when she doesn't get her way. She takes the challenge face to face, puts on her spare costume, and, in what could be considered the series' only fight scene, SHARPAY UPSTAGES HER!!! This is not only her CMOA, but her turning point from Villain to Hero.
** In order, Tiara is about to get to the heart of her song, when Sharpay's voice drowns hers out and down from the ceiling comes the woman in question, holding an umbrella; with a "surprise", Sharpay gets right into it which leads to them jostling for attention, shoving one of the background dancers - Sharpay is so experienced that she does it ''with one hand'' while Tiara does it with two - the two of them fighting and getting into a waltz before landing on a trap door. While Tiara is a little thrown of balance and glances in worry at Sharpay, Sharpay just takes it in her stride. Then, when they're looking out of the trapdoor, they're ''still'' fighting for domincance with Sharpay on top.
* High School Musical:

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* Troy and Gabriella singing 'Breaking Free' in front of the whole school at the end of the first film. Especially when they get ''everybody'' dancing with them.
** The very fact that both of them - a ShrinkingViolet whose at a brand new school and a star basketballer under huge pressure with students and teachers watching his every move - had the guts to audition for a musical against experienced performers. Anyone's whose been to high school can tell you that would be terrifying.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Sharpay turning the tables on Tiara during the spring muscial performance of "A Night to Remember".
** Which was preceded by ''Tiara'''s CMOA:
-->'''Sharpay:''' But you were so loyal and sweet!\\
'''Tiara:''' Yes... It's called "acting." [[TakeThat You should try it sometime]].
** To elaborate on the former: previously, Sharpay had always been the bad girl trying to win the lead role, always backstabbing, manipulating, and buying her way to the top. Whenever Troy and Gabriella beat her out, she'd put a smile on her face and plot for next time. But in this movie, Tiara crushed her. In one sweeping stroke, she replaced Sharpay as the villain, humiliated her, burned her acting, stole her costume, revealed that all along she'd been playing Sharpay for the fool and then, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking turns the light off on her dresser door]]. Sharpay completely breaks down. Then, for the first time in the whole series, she decides she's not going to sit there and whine when she doesn't get her way. She takes the challenge face to face, puts on her spare costume, and, in what could be considered the series' only fight scene, SHARPAY UPSTAGES HER!!! This is not only her CMOA, but her turning point from Villain to Hero.
** In order, Tiara is about to get to the heart of her song, when Sharpay's voice drowns hers out and down from the ceiling comes the woman in question, holding an umbrella; with a "surprise", Sharpay gets right into it which leads to them jostling for attention, shoving one of the background dancers - Sharpay is so experienced that she does it ''with one hand'' while Tiara does it with two - the two of them fighting and getting into a waltz before landing on a trap door. While Tiara is a little thrown of balance and glances in worry at Sharpay, Sharpay just takes it in her stride. Then, when they're looking out of the trapdoor, they're ''still'' fighting for domincance with Sharpay on top.
* High
!'''High School Musical:Musical'''
* This dialogue between Kelsi and Sharpay:



-->'''Ms. D:''' Now THAT'S show biz.
** The ending scene after the credits where Zeke's cookies are so amazing that Sharpay falls in love with him.
** This was a deleted scene, but apparently Ms. D and Coach Bolton were supposed to have a musical face-off in the Principal's office. That would have been a sight to see, especially since Alyson Reed (Ms. Darbus) formerly played Cassie in ''A Chorus Line''. On Broadway. The woman has pipes, folks.
* High School Musical two:
** Ryan vs. Chad in a musical baseball game.

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-->'''Ms.--->'''Ms. D:''' Now THAT'S show biz.
* Troy and Gabriella singing "Breaking Free" in front of the whole school. Especially when they get ''everybody'' dancing with them.
** The very fact that both of them - a ShrinkingViolet who is at a brand new school and a star basketballer under huge pressure with students and teachers watching his every move - had the guts to audition for a musical against experienced performers. Anyone who has been to high school can tell you that would be terrifying.
*
The ending scene after the credits where when Zeke's cookies are so amazing that Sharpay falls in love with him.
** * This was a deleted scene, but apparently Ms. D and Coach Bolton were supposed to have a musical face-off in the Principal's office. That would have been a sight to see, especially since Alyson Reed (Ms. Darbus) formerly played Cassie in ''A Chorus Line''. On Broadway. The woman has pipes, folks.
* High
folks.

!'''High
School Musical two:
**
2'''
*
Ryan vs. Chad in a musical baseball game.



*** The fact that Ryan as actually really good at baseball, to the point of impressing Chad.
** Also, when Troy finds Ryan with Gabriella by the pool and Ryan makes a comment about the brownies Gabriella's mom makes? Troy shuts him down hard.
-->'''Ryan:''' Her mom, makes the best brow--\\

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*** ** The fact that Ryan as is actually really good at baseball, to the point of impressing which impresses Chad.
** Also, when * Troy finds Ryan with Gabriella by the pool and Ryan makes a comment about the brownies Gabriella's mom makes? makes. Troy shuts him down hard.
-->'''Ryan:''' Her mom, mom makes the best brow--\\



** Also, Gabriella's confrontation with Sharpay.
** Ryan standing up to his sister ''and'' making the East High Gang's participation possible deserves a mention. Not only is he awesome at what he does, he also finally graduated from being Sharpay's lapdog.
* High School Musical 3: Senior Year:
** Troy's song scream where he DANCES ON THE WALLS AND CEILING!!! That whole song in itself is a CMOA. It even doubles as CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
** "The Boys Are Back" wherein they use metal bars as samurai swords and hang with what looks like guerrilla break-dancers.

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** Also, * Gabriella's confrontation with Sharpay.
** * Ryan standing up to his sister ''and'' making the East High Gang's participation possible deserves a mention. Not only is he awesome at what he does, he is also finally graduated able to graduate from being Sharpay's lapdog.
* High
lapdog.

!'''High
School Musical 3: Senior Year:
**
Year'''
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Troy's song scream where he DANCES "Scream", which has scenes of him DANCING ON THE WALLS AND CEILING!!! That whole song in itself is a CMOA. It even doubles as CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
** Ms Darbus' conversation with Troy post-"Scream", wherein she proves she truly ''does'' understand the spirit of theatre and isn't just a poseur after all.
*
"The Boys Are Back" Back", wherein they use metal bars as samurai swords and hang with what looks like guerrilla break-dancers.



** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song. And it is the single most badass and hilarious moment in the entire franchise. Try watching that part of the scene without immediately laughing and saying, "that was just awesome, good for him." [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKiCfvvz9co Watch it for yourself.]]
** Ms Darbus' conversation with Troy post-"Scream", wherein she proves she truly ''does'' understand the spirit of theatre and isn't just a poseur after all.
** The titular musical is choreographed ''in its entirety'' by Ryan. That's right, the guy who was Sharpay's shadow for one and a half movies is so good at what he does that he's put in charge of an entire musical and the results are amazing! He even created a dance for Chad and the guys with basketballs, one number which is reminicent of Broadway, and then he managed to make [[TheDitz Jason]] look good on stage. The Juilliard people were so impressed they said "screw it" to the "one scholarship" thing and just gave him another one.

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** * Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when fail. When he is told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, he goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, Sharpay and actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and right. This gets him an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: part is he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song. And it It is the single most badass and hilarious moment in the entire franchise. Try watching that part of the scene without immediately laughing and saying, "that "That was just awesome, good for him." [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKiCfvvz9co Watch it for yourself.]]
** Ms Darbus' conversation with Troy post-"Scream", wherein she proves she truly ''does'' understand the spirit of theatre and isn't just a poseur after all.
**
* The titular musical is choreographed ''in its entirety'' by Ryan. That's right, the guy who was Sharpay's shadow for one and a half movies is so good at what he does that he's put in charge of an entire musical and the results are amazing! He even created a dance for Chad and the guys with basketballs, one a number which is reminicent of Broadway, and then he Broadway. He even managed to make [[TheDitz Jason]] look good on stage. The Juilliard people were so impressed they said "screw it" to the "one scholarship" thing and just gave him another one.one.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Sharpay turning the tables on Tiara during the spring muscial performance of "A Night to Remember".
** Which was preceded by ''Tiara'''s CMOA:
--->'''Sharpay:''' But you were so loyal and sweet!\\
'''Tiara:''' Yes... It's called "acting." [[TakeThat You should try it sometime]].
** To elaborate on the former: previously, Sharpay had always been the bad girl trying to win the lead role, always backstabbing, manipulating, and buying her way to the top. Whenever Troy and Gabriella beat her out, she'd put a smile on her face and plot for next time. But in this movie, Tiara crushed her first. In one sweeping stroke, she replaced Sharpay as the villain- humiliating her, burning her acting, stealing her costume, revealing that she'd been playing Sharpay for the fool all along, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking turning the light off on her dresser door]]. Sharpay completely breaks down. Then, for the first time in the whole series, she decides she's not going to sit there and whine when she doesn't get her way. She takes the challenge face to face, puts on her spare costume, and, in what could be considered the series' only fight scene, SHARPAY UPSTAGES HER!!! This is not only her CMOA, but her turning point from Villain to Hero.
*** Let's go through this upstaging scene by scene- Tiara is about to get to the heart of her song, when Sharpay's voice drowns her's out and down from the ceiling comes the woman in question, holding an umbrella. With a "Surprise!", Sharpay gets right into it, which leads to them jostling for attention. This includes shoving one of the background dancers out of the way - Sharpay is so experienced that she does it ''with one hand'', while Tiara does it with two. The two of them keep fighting and get into a waltz before landing on a trap door. While Tiara is a little thrown off-balance and glances in worry at Sharpay, Sharpay just takes it in stride. Then, when they're looking out of the trapdoor, they're ''still'' fighting for dominance with Sharpay on top.
13th Nov '17 4:55:49 PM JamesSwann
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** In order, Tiara is about to get to the heart of her song, when Sharpay's voice drowns hers out and down from the ceiling comes the woman in question, holding and umbrella; with a "surprise", Sharpay gets right into it which leads to them jostling for attention, shoving one of the background dancers - Sharpay is so experienced that she does it ''with one hand'' while Tiara does it with two - the two of them fighting and getting into a waltz before landing on a trap door. While Tiara is a little thrown of balance and glances in worry at Sharpay, Sharpay just takes it in her stride. Then, when they're looking out of the trapdoor, they're ''still'' fighting for domincance with Sharpay on top.

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** In order, Tiara is about to get to the heart of her song, when Sharpay's voice drowns hers out and down from the ceiling comes the woman in question, holding and an umbrella; with a "surprise", Sharpay gets right into it which leads to them jostling for attention, shoving one of the background dancers - Sharpay is so experienced that she does it ''with one hand'' while Tiara does it with two - the two of them fighting and getting into a waltz before landing on a trap door. While Tiara is a little thrown of balance and glances in worry at Sharpay, Sharpay just takes it in her stride. Then, when they're looking out of the trapdoor, they're ''still'' fighting for domincance with Sharpay on top.
2nd Nov '17 9:18:07 AM JamesSwann
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** In order, Tiara is about to get to the heart of her song, when Sharpay's voice drowns hers out and down from the ceiling comes the woman in question, holding and umbrella; with a "surprise", Sharpay gets right into it which leads to them jostling for attention, shoving one of the background dancers - Sharpay is so experienced that she does it ''with one hand'' while Tiara does it with two - the two of them fighting and getting into a waltz before landing on a trap door. While Tiara is a little thrown of balance and glances in worry at Sharpay, Sharpay just takes it in her stride. Then, when they're looking out of the trapdoor, they're ''still'' fighting for domincance with Sharpay on top.
23rd Feb '17 6:41:14 PM Scsigs
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** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song. And it is the single most badass and hilarious moment in the entire franchise. Try watching that part of the scene without immediately laughing and saying, "that was just awesome, good for him."

to:

** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song. And it is the single most badass and hilarious moment in the entire franchise. Try watching that part of the scene without immediately laughing and saying, "that was just awesome, good for him."" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKiCfvvz9co Watch it for yourself.]]
23rd Feb '17 6:36:33 PM Scsigs
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** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song. And it is the single most badass & hilarious moment in the entire franchise. Try watching that part of the scene without immediately laughing and saying "that was just awesome, good for him."

to:

** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song. And it is the single most badass & and hilarious moment in the entire franchise. Try watching that part of the scene without immediately laughing and saying saying, "that was just awesome, good for him."
23rd Feb '17 6:35:49 PM Scsigs
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** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song.

to:

** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song. And it is the single most badass & hilarious moment in the entire franchise. Try watching that part of the scene without immediately laughing and saying "that was just awesome, good for him."
25th Sep '16 4:51:51 PM TheGracefullyWicked
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** Also, when Troy finds Ryan with his girl by the pool and Ryan makes a comment about the brownies Gabriella's mom makes? Troy shuts him down hard.

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** Also, when Troy finds Ryan with his girl Gabriella by the pool and Ryan makes a comment about the brownies Gabriella's mom makes? Troy shuts him down hard.
9th Sep '16 8:09:17 AM TheGracefullyWicked
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** The titular musical is choreographed ''in its entirety'' by Ryan. That's right, the guy who was Sharpay's shadow for one and a half movies is so good at what he does that he's put in charge of an entire musical and the results are amazing! He even created a dance for Chad and the guys with basketballs, a number which is reminicent of Broadway, and managed to make [[TheDitz Jason]] look good on stage.

to:

** The titular musical is choreographed ''in its entirety'' by Ryan. That's right, the guy who was Sharpay's shadow for one and a half movies is so good at what he does that he's put in charge of an entire musical and the results are amazing! He even created a dance for Chad and the guys with basketballs, a one number which is reminicent of Broadway, and then he managed to make [[TheDitz Jason]] look good on stage.stage. The Juilliard people were so impressed they said "screw it" to the "one scholarship" thing and just gave him another one.
18th Aug '16 3:47:57 PM TheGracefullyWicked
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** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation.

to:

** Speaking of upstaging: Rocketman is introduced as the annoying fanboy of fail, and, when told he actually has to go onstage as Troy in the musical, goes into shock (his best friend suspects he stopped breathing). After freaking out some more in his dressing room and missing his cue entirely, he ''rocks'' onstage, completely steals the scene from Sharpay, actually turns out to be a good singer in his own right, and gets an in-universe standing ovation. The best thing: he completely ignored stage instructions and the costume department, threw on whatever he could find and had fun. He basically improvised, aside from the song.
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