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6th Oct '15 1:27:41 PM MarkLungo
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* In the first episode, Wildcat unknowingly saving his own job qualifies; when Rebecca asks what purpose Wildcat serves, implying she plans to fire him if Baloo can't come up with a good reason to keep him on, Baloo smashes the phone with a mallet and tells Wildcat there's something wrong with the phone. Wildcat proceeds to restore the busted phone to perfect working order; despite her continuing dislike of Wildcat's mannerism, Rebecca admits that he's a brilliant mechanic if nothing else and keeps him on.
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* In the first episode, Wildcat unknowingly saving his own job qualifies; when Rebecca asks what purpose Wildcat serves, implying she plans to fire him if Baloo can't come up with a good reason to keep him on, Baloo smashes the phone with a mallet and tells Wildcat there's something wrong with the phone. Wildcat proceeds to restore the busted phone to perfect working order; despite her continuing dislike of Wildcat's mannerism, CloudCuckoolander mannerisms, Rebecca admits that he's a brilliant mechanic if nothing else and keeps him on.
6th Oct '15 11:21:42 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* In the first episode, Wildcat unknowingly saving his own job qualifies; when Rebecca asks what purpose Wildcat serves, implying she plans to fire him if Baloo can't come up with a good reason to keep him on, Baloo smashes the phone with a mallet and tells Wildcat there's something wrong with the phone. Wildcat proceeds to restore the busted phone to perfect working order; despite her continuing dislike of Wildcat's mannerism, Rebecca admits that he's a brilliant mechanic if nothing else and keeps him on.
6th Oct '15 11:15:21 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* "On a Wing and a Bear" is a NewJobEpisode, in which Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when an ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. The bureaucrat and/or his daughter continue to haunt him through the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:
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* "On a Wing and a Bear" is a NewJobEpisode, in which Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when an ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. The bureaucrat and/or his daughter granddaughter (and once ''both'' of them) continue to haunt him through the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:

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* "On a Wing ** Baloo manages to ''perfectly'' pull off the stunt because he figured out what went wrong originally and a Bear" is a NewJobEpisode, in which Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when an ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. The bureaucrat and/or his daughter continue to haunt him through calls it the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, most brilliant flying he's ever seen, landing Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:renewed license.
4th Oct '15 2:41:52 AM Morgenthaler
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Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs has been renamed because of misuse. Misuse and Zero Context Examples will be cut.
* "On a Wing and a Bear" is a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, in which Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when an ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. The bureaucrat and/or his daughter continue to haunt him through the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:
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* "On a Wing and a Bear" is a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, NewJobEpisode, in which Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when an ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. The bureaucrat and/or his daughter continue to haunt him through the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:
28th Sep '15 1:18:28 PM MarkLungo
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* "On a Wing and a Bear" is a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, in which Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when an ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. He and/or his daughter continue to haunt him through the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:
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* "On a Wing and a Bear" is a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, in which Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when an ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. He The bureaucrat and/or his daughter continue to haunt him through the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:
28th Sep '15 1:18:00 PM MarkLungo
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* "On a Wing and a Bear" is a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. He and/or his daughter continue to haunt him through the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:
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* "On a Wing and a Bear" is a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, in which Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when an ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. He and/or his daughter continue to haunt him through the episode and cost him several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the examiner when the ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start:
28th Sep '15 12:30:59 PM GunarmDyne
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* In a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, Baloo is plagued by the ObstructiveBureaucrat and/or his daughter who initially got him fired and then fired from every subsequent job for confusing him with their "A-B-C" approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the bureaucrat when the Sea Duck comes under fire and then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start: -->'''Baloo:''' "B is for ''Baloo''!"
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* In "On a Wing and a Bear" is a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, Baloo is plagued by the Baloo's license expires and he fails to get it renewed when ObstructiveBureaucrat insists he do everything alphabetically and leaves him confused to the point of causing disaster. He and/or his daughter who initially got continue to haunt him fired through the episode and then fired from every subsequent job for confusing cost him with their "A-B-C" several more jobs because of the same approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the bureaucrat examiner when the Sea Duck ''Sea Duck'' comes under fire and fire. He then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything.everything and takes over, pulling off a piloting stunt the group had talked about earlier and that he was a bit infamous for. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start: -->'''Baloo:''' "B "''B'' is for ''Baloo''!"
28th Sep '15 12:12:58 PM GunarmDyne
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* In a WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs episode, Baloo is plagued by the ObstructiveBureaucrat and/or his daughter who initially got him fired and then fired from every subsequent job for confusing him with their "A-B-C" approach. After a pep talk from his friends, Baloo goes on another flight with the bureaucrat when the Sea Duck comes under fire and then gets fed up with the guy's methodological approach to everything. It's summed up in this one line and that's only the start: -->'''Baloo:''' "B is for ''Baloo''!"
18th Aug '14 11:23:39 PM creader
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12th Jun '13 12:18:08 PM MarkLungo
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* Rebecca [[OutGambitted outgambitting]] a sexist pilot that attempts to cheat against her in a scavenger hunt in "Feminine Air" as well as managing to knock off a magnet immobilising the Sea Duck. Extra mentioning for Baloo's "Barrel House Backwards Roll" saving Rebecca from falling to her death (while DisguisedInDrag no less).
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* Rebecca [[OutGambitted outgambitting]] a sexist pilot that who attempts to cheat against her in a scavenger hunt in "Feminine Air" as well as managing to knock off a magnet immobilising the Sea Duck. Extra mentioning for Baloo's "Barrel House Backwards Roll" saving Rebecca from falling to her death (while DisguisedInDrag no less).
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