History Characters / TimothyGoesToSchool

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* TokenMinority: Pretty much the only kid part of a minority group.

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* TokenMinority: Pretty much the only kid part of a minority group.different ethnicity.
21st Nov '17 9:20:57 AM PrincessPandaTrope
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* TokenMinority: Pretty much the only kid part of a minority group.
28th Jul '17 4:40:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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* BreakoutCharacter: [[{{Literature/Yoko}} Since 1998]], Yoko has gotten her own series of books and is one of RosemaryWells's most beloved characters. Yoko is also one of the only characters created by Wells to gain two book series. The rest of the characters such as Timothy, Charles, Nora, Fritz and Doris were only featured in one book prior to her debut in 1998 which marks the second appearance of Doris and Timothy.

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* BreakoutCharacter: [[{{Literature/Yoko}} Since 1998]], Yoko has gotten her own series of books and is one of RosemaryWells's Creator/RosemaryWells's most beloved characters. Yoko is also one of the only characters created by Wells to gain two book series. The rest of the characters such as Timothy, Charles, Nora, Fritz and Doris were only featured in one book prior to her debut in 1998 which marks the second appearance of Doris and Timothy.



A noisy mouse who earned the nickname [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Noisy Nora]] who tends to be a bit bossy and sulky. Nora enjoys her mother reading her stories. She has a baby brother named Jack and a sister named Kate that's about 3 years older than her. She owns a pet lizard named Norman who later in the series moves to Hilltop School in order to live in a bigger aquarium. She is also one of the very first characters created by RosemaryWells

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A noisy mouse who earned the nickname [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Noisy Nora]] who tends to be a bit bossy and sulky. Nora enjoys her mother reading her stories. She has a baby brother named Jack and a sister named Kate that's about 3 years older than her. She owns a pet lizard named Norman who later in the series moves to Hilltop School in order to live in a bigger aquarium. She is also one of the very first characters created by RosemaryWells
Creator/RosemaryWells
26th Jul '17 2:44:36 PM fruitstripegum
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* CanonImmigrant[=/=]CanonForeigner: Juanita was exclusive to the show, only showing up in the final two episodes. After the show ended in 2004, Juanita showed up in more of the ''Yoko & Friends'' books such as [[http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1178318816l/784677.jpg "Make New Friends"]] and [[http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51hfDZzUMdL._SX321_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg "The Halloween Parade"]] which shows Juanita getting more used to life in Hilltop School.



* CanonImmigrant[=/=]CanonForeigner: Juanita was exclusive to the show, only showing up in the final two episodes. After the show ended in 2004, Juanita showed up in more of the ''Yoko & Friends'' books such as [[http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1178318816l/784677.jpg "Make New Friends"]] and [[http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51hfDZzUMdL._SX321_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg "The Halloween Parade"]] which shows Juanita getting more used to life in Hilltop School.






* {{Kimono}}: She is always seen wearing this even in public.

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* {{Kimono}}: She is always seen wearing this even in public.GreenEyes: Just like her daughter



* GreenEyes: Just like her daughter

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* GreenEyes: Just like her daughter{{Kimono}}: She is always seen wearing this even in public.



* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: While she is commonly seen happy and is never seen sad or angry. In the book "Yoko's Show-And-Tell" she actually gets a stern with Yoko by telling her no in a more annoyed or disgusted tone due to Yoko's doll being sent by her grandparents which is made of glass. Unlike the episode "The Taketombo" where she isn't mad at The Franks for breaking the taketombo (Due to it being made of wood and easy to repair with glue). Yoko is afraid of showing the broken doll to her mother due to the glass being difficult to repair due to the size of it.

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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: While she is commonly seen happy and is never seen sad or angry. In angry, in the book "Yoko's Show-And-Tell" she actually gets a stern with Yoko by telling her no in a more annoyed or disgusted tone due to Yoko's doll being sent by her grandparents which is made of glass. Unlike the episode "The Taketombo" where she isn't mad at The Franks for breaking the taketombo (Due to it being made of wood and easy to repair with glue). Yoko is afraid of showing the broken doll to her mother due to the glass being difficult to repair due to the size of it.
26th Jul '17 2:43:15 PM fruitstripegum
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* Expy: Grace is very similar to the bunny character also named Grace from the original book complete with how close they both are with Claude.


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* {{Expy}}: Grace is very similar to the bunny character also named Grace from the original book complete with how close they both are with Claude.
26th Jul '17 2:42:16 PM fruitstripegum
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* BookWorm: Unusual for his character archetype, he's the one who is usually seen on his own reading a book



* BookWorm: Unusual for his character archetype, he's the one who is usually seen on his own reading a book

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* BookWorm: Unusual for his character archetype, he's TheBully: To Timothy in the one who is usually seen on his own reading a bookfirst episode only.



* TheRival: To Timothy until he shows Claude how to swim in "Taking the Plunge."



* TheBully: To Timothy in the first episode only.
* TheRival: To Timothy until he shows Claude how to swim in "Taking the Plunge."



* VocalEvolution: In the episode where the students race. He along with Grace talk in a more monotone, deep, and mocking tone due to them focusing on winning instead of having fun.



* VocalEvolution: In the episode where the students race. He along with Grace talk in a more monotone, deep, and mocking tone due to them focusing on winning instead of having fun.

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* VocalEvolution: In the episode where the students race. He along with Grace talk in a more monotone, deep, and mocking tone due to them focusing on winning instead of having fun.
26th Jul '17 2:40:51 PM fruitstripegum
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* TookALevelInKindness: Like in the "Yoko & Friends", she is a lot more tolerable than her debut in the 1985 book "Hazel's Amazing Mother" where she can be seen tearing up Hazel's doll. [[CharacterizationMarchesOn She was also a bully in that book]] until the end where Hazel's mother shows up and ends up apologizing to Hazel and makes it up by sewing her doll back together.



* TookALevelInKindness: Like in the "Yoko & Friends", she is a lot more tolerable than her debut in the 1985 book "Hazel's Amazing Mother" where she can be seen tearing up Hazel's doll. [[CharacterizationMarchesOn She was also a bully in that book]] until the end where Hazel's mother shows up and ends up apologizing to Hazel and makes it up by sewing her doll back together.


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* TookALevelInKindness: Like in the "Yoko & Friends", she is a lot more tolerable than her debut in the 1985 book "Hazel's Amazing Mother" where she can be seen tearing up Hazel's doll. [[CharacterizationMarchesOn She was also a bully in that book]] until the end where Hazel's mother shows up and ends up apologizing to Hazel and makes it up by sewing her doll back together.





* CatchPhrase: "Me before you, me first!" "No, ''me'' before ''you'', ''me'' first!" "...Okay, we'll both go first!"



* CatchPhrase: "Me before you, me first!" "No, ''me'' before ''you'', ''me'' first!" "...Okay, we'll both go first!"



* {{Gasshole}}s: Averted. Despite loving franks and beans, they're never shown having gas on the show.

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* {{Gasshole}}s: Averted. Despite loving franks and beans, they're never shown having passing gas on the show.
26th Jul '17 2:39:40 PM fruitstripegum
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* NoIndoorVoice: This is also another reference to the book "Noisy Nora" where Nora came from.



* NoIndoorVoice: This is also another reference to the book "Noisy Nora" where Nora came from.
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Dinosaurs?]]: She gets over it when she finds out that not all dinosaurs are huge.





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\n* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Dinosaurs?]]: She gets over it when she finds out that not all dinosaurs are huge.

26th Jul '17 2:38:41 PM fruitstripegum
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* TheQuietOne: For the first few episodes, until "Don't Lose It Lilly" when he starts becoming more vocal around Lilly and helping her remember certain things.



* TheQuietOne: For the first few episodes, until "Don't Lose It Lilly" when he starts becoming more vocal around Lilly and helping her remember certain things.


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* TheQuietOne: For the first few episodes, until "Don't Lose It Lilly" when he starts becoming more vocal around Lilly and helping her remember certain things.





* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Compare her personality in the show to her original appearance in the original Noisy Nora book. She was a lot more mischievous and annoyed her parents than how she acts in the show.



* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Compare her personality in the show to her original appearance in the original Noisy Nora book. She was a lot more mischievous and annoyed her parents than how she acts in the show.
26th Jul '17 2:37:47 PM fruitstripegum
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* StageMagician: Serves this role with Lilly as his assistant in "The Talent Show"



* StageMagician: Serves this role with Lilly as his assistant in "The Talent Show"


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* StageMagician: Serves this role with Lilly as his assistant in "The Talent Show"


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