History Characters / TimothyGoesToSchool

14th Jul '16 10:40:44 PM brb1006
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** In the Yoko & Friends book "The Halloween Parade" he tells Muriel with a grin about The Frank's Halloween costume and mentions "real blood" making Muriel scared about Halloween much to Yoko's dismay. This side of Timothy is never seen in the TV series.

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** In the Yoko & Friends book "The Halloween Parade" [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/3.PNG he tells Muriel with a grin about The Frank's Halloween costume costume]] and mentions "real blood" making Muriel scared about Halloween much to Yoko's dismay. This side of Timothy is never seen in the TV series.
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* TheEveryman

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* TheEverymanTheEveryman: Probably to represent a few school children that are nice and helpful with other students and parents.



* NaiveEverygirl: Due to her being from Japan, she is unaware that not everyone likes sushi as seen in the episode "Yoko"

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* NaiveEverygirl: Due to her being from Japan, she is unaware that not everyone likes sushi as seen in the episode "Yoko""Yoko".
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* HeroicBSOD: After Yoko witness her taketombo getting broken after the Franks threw there football inside of class. Yoko starts to cry quietly and doesn't say a single word throughout the rest of the episode until Yoko's mother and The Frank's father decide to have a friendly meeting at Yoko's house.
14th Jul '16 9:34:16 PM brb1006
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange[=/=]CharacterizationMarchesOn: While Timothy's personality hasn't changed that much compared to how he was in books. In the original book he was alot more sensitive and can be seen crying, and actually wished Claude would mess up or make a mistake including wishing he would fall into a pile of mud. In the later release of the book with newer illustrations and his presence in the Yoko & Friends series and the animated series, this side of Timothy remains.

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange[=/=]CharacterizationMarchesOn: While Timothy's personality hasn't changed that much compared to how he was in books. In the original book he was alot more sensitive and can be seen crying, and actually wished Claude would mess up or make a mistake including wishing he would fall into a pile of mud.mud or a puddle. In the later release of the book with newer illustrations and his presence in the Yoko & Friends series and the animated series, this side of Timothy remains.
7th Jul '16 10:22:40 PM brb1006
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** In the Yoko & Friends Book "The Halloween Parade" she is seen holding Muriel's hand during Halloween. Muriel herself is a toddler aged kitten like Yoko.

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** In the Yoko & Friends Book "The Halloween Parade" [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/yoko.PNG she is seen holding Muriel's hand during Halloween. Halloween.]] Muriel herself is a toddler aged kitten like Yoko.Yoko.
7th Jul '16 9:36:45 PM brb1006
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* TenderTears: She's one of the more sensitive characters and as a result can get her feelings hurt pretty easily. From getting made fun for her sushi to getting her Taketombo broken.



* LimitedWardrobe: While the rest of the students are seen wearing the same clothes. Yoko get's a special mention since in the episode "Yoko". Her own wardrobe contains the same set of shirts and clothes she wears to school. Except in this adaptation, she wears a red dress with a yellow skirt instead of her red dress with white flower polka-dots in her book appearances. Yoko is also mostly seen with all her buttons covering her yellow dress but in the books she is only seen having one button with her yellow skirt exposed.
* VocalEvolution: Lisa Yamanaka previously voiced Wanda Li from TheMagicSchoolBus back in 1994. When she voiced Yoko, her voice sounded more older due to Yoko's voice actress starting to hit puberty at the time of the show's original run.

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* LimitedWardrobe: While the rest of the students are seen wearing the same clothes. Yoko get's gets a special mention since in the episode "Yoko". Her own wardrobe contains the same set of shirts and clothes she wears to school. Except in this adaptation, she wears a red dress with a yellow skirt instead of her red dress with white flower polka-dots in her book appearances. Yoko is also mostly seen with all her buttons covering her yellow dress but in the books she is only seen having one button with her yellow skirt exposed.
* VocalEvolution: Lisa Yamanaka previously voiced Wanda Li from TheMagicSchoolBus WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus back in 1994. When she voiced Yoko, her voice sounded more older due to Yoko's voice actress starting to hit puberty at the time of the show's original run.
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* DisappearedDad: Although we do see her aunt a few times in the show. In the book "Yoko's Paper Cranes" we do see her grandma and grandpa during a flashback when she used to live in Japan when she was very little.

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* DisappearedDad: Although we do see her aunt grandfather a few times in the show. In the book "Yoko's Paper Cranes" we do see her grandma and grandpa during a flashback when she used to live in Japan when she was very little. In the same book, while not seen it does mention her father while she and her mother are moving to America.
23rd Apr '16 10:26:25 PM brb1006
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* {{Spexico}}: Juanita is a Spanish cat. Although her home resembles the type of house you would find in Spain, the way her parents dress in the TV series and some of the books appears to resemble the style you would mostly see in Mexico. Juanita alsoo mentions Mexican food such as churros and enchiladas.

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* {{Spexico}}: Juanita is a Spanish cat. Although her home resembles the type of house you would find in Spain, the way her parents dress in the TV series and some of the books appears to resemble the style you would mostly see in Mexico. Juanita alsoo also mentions Mexican food such as churros and enchiladas.
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange[=/=]CharacterizationMarchesOn: While Timothy's personality hasn't changed that much compared to how he was in books. In the original 1981 version of "Timothy Goes To School" he was alot more sensitive and can be seen crying, and actually wished Claude would mess up or make a mistake including wishing he would fall into a pile of mud. In the later release of the book with newer illustrations and his presence in the Yoko & Friends series and the animated series. This side of Timothy was never removed in order to make him more nicer.
** In the Yoko & Friends book "The Halloween Parade" he tells Muriel with a grin (A toddler aged kitten) about The Frank's Halloween costume and mentions "real blood" making Muriel scared about Halloween much to Yoko's dismay. This side of Timothy is never seen in the TV series.

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange[=/=]CharacterizationMarchesOn: While Timothy's personality hasn't changed that much compared to how he was in books. In the original 1981 version of "Timothy Goes To School" book he was alot more sensitive and can be seen crying, and actually wished Claude would mess up or make a mistake including wishing he would fall into a pile of mud. In the later release of the book with newer illustrations and his presence in the Yoko & Friends series and the animated series. This series, this side of Timothy was never removed in order to make him more nicer.
remains.
** In the Yoko & Friends book "The Halloween Parade" he tells Muriel with a grin (A toddler aged kitten) about The Frank's Halloween costume and mentions "real blood" making Muriel scared about Halloween much to Yoko's dismay. This side of Timothy is never seen in the TV series.



* TheHero: When ever a major or minor problem happens with a student. He always finds a way to solve there problem.

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* TheHero: When ever a major or minor problem happens with a student. He always finds a way to solve there their problem.



* StockAudioClip: When ever Timothy gets amazed or surprised. He would sometimes say "Wow" which can be reused a couple times in the show.
* [[NiceGuy Nice Boy]]: One of the nicest characters in series with Yoko and Lilly.

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* StockAudioClip: When ever Whenever Timothy gets amazed or surprised. He would sometimes say "Wow" surprised, he says "wow!" which can be reused a couple is repeated several times in throughout the show.
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* [[NiceGuy Nice Boy]]: One of the nicest characters in series along with Yoko and Lilly.



A sweet-natured Japanese cat who plays the violin and is [[PuppyLove very close to Timothy]]. She's also Timothy's best friend

* 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 books series which both Yoko. 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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A sweet-natured Japanese cat who plays the violin and is [[PuppyLove very close to Timothy]]. She's also Timothy's best friend

Timothy]].

* 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 books series which both Yoko. book series. The rest of the characters such as Timothy,Charles,Nora,Fritz, 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.



* BerserkButton: As seen in the first episode, don't harm or mess with anyone in front of her. Yoko gets very upset when she sees this judging by her reaction to Claude pushing Timothy. While she doesn't yell or throw a fit. She does scold Claude (Even though he ran off to continue his Football game with The Franks) with a very annoyed tone of voice.
* CartoonyEyes: This is only present in the series, while in the original books Yoko's green pupils are alot bigger and looked more cat like.

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* BerserkButton: As seen in the first episode, don't harm or mess with anyone in front of her. Yoko gets very upset when she sees this judging by her reaction to Claude pushing Timothy. While she doesn't yell or throw a fit. She fit, she does scold call out Claude (Even though he ran off to continue his Football game with The Franks) with a very annoyed tone of voice.
* CartoonyEyes: This is only present in the series, while in the original books Yoko's green pupils are alot a lot bigger and looked more cat like.



* DistaffCounterpart: Yoko is basically a cat version of Timothy except being Japanese.

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* DistaffCounterpart: Yoko is basically a cat version of Timothy Timothy, except being Japanese.



* {{Expy}}: Of Violet from the original 1981 version of Timothy Goes To School

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* {{Expy}}: Of Violet from the original 1981 version of Timothy Goes To Schoolbook.



** In the Yoko & Friends Book "The Halloween Parade" she is seen holding Muriel's hand during Halloween. Muriel herself is a toddler aged kitten who is currently in preschool.

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** In the Yoko & Friends Book "The Halloween Parade" she is seen holding Muriel's hand during Halloween. Muriel herself is a toddler aged kitten who is currently in preschool.like Yoko.



* NaiveEverygirl: Due to her being from Japan. She is unaware that not everyone likes sushi as seen in the episode "Yoko"
* SupportingProtagonist: Oddly enough Yoko is the main protagonist in Yoko & Friends and the Yoko books. While in the show she serves as a secondary main character next to Timothy, who is the main protagonist for the show.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: While Yoko is one of the only characters who never get angry or mad with the other students. In the first episode after Timothy gets pushed by Claude trying to catch the football to prevent it hitting her, she gets mad and shows disgust while saying Claude is arrogant and thinks he knows everything. This is the one of the only times in the entire show where Yoko is mad at another student for their actions.

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* NaiveEverygirl: Due to her being from Japan. She Japan, she is unaware that not everyone likes sushi as seen in the episode "Yoko"
* SupportingProtagonist: Oddly enough Yoko is the main protagonist in Yoko & Friends and the Yoko books. While in the show she serves as a secondary main character next to Timothy, who is the main protagonist for the show.
Timothy.
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: While Yoko is one of the only characters who never get gets angry or mad with the other students. In students, in the first episode after Timothy gets pushed by Claude trying to catch the football to prevent it from hitting her, she gets mad and shows disgust while saying Claude is arrogant and thinks he knows everything. This is the one of the only times in the entire show where Yoko is mad at another student for their actions.everything.



** TheBusCameBack: He returns in "Many Happy Returns", only 1 episode later.

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** TheBusCameBack: He returns in "Many Happy Returns", only 1 one episode later.



* CharacterDevelopment: After "Shy Charles", Charles starts talking more and even becomes very helpful with Lilly in "Don't Lost It Lilly" who helps her remember certain things.

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* CharacterDevelopment: After "Shy Charles", Charles starts talking more and even becomes very helpful with Lilly in "Don't Lost It Lilly" who helps Lilly, 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. While he did say a few short lines in the early episodes. In the original Shy Charles book he didn't speak at all.


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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. While he did say a few short lines in the early episodes. In the original Shy Charles book he didn't speak at all.

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* VocalEvolution: In the episode "Lifesaver Lilly", Lilly's voice sounds more serious and monotone. This is due to the episode taking her forgetfulness more seriously since she really wants to take care of the class pet. This is most notable when she gets very upset when she tells herself that she really is to forgetful to take care of their pet even though she always remember feeding her pet fish...sometimes that is.


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* VocalEvolution: In the episode "Lifesaver Lilly", Lilly's voice sounds more serious and monotone. This is due to the episode taking her forgetfulness more seriously since she really wants to take care of the class pet. This is most notable when she gets very upset when she tells herself that she really is to too forgetful to take care of their pet even though she always remember feeding her pet fish...sometimes that is.




* KindheartedSimpleton: While mischievous, they actually care about the other students (Especially Yoko as seen by their reactions to breaking Yoko's Taketombo) especially each other.

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* KindheartedSimpleton: While mischievous, they actually care about the other students (Especially Yoko as seen by their reactions to breaking Yoko's Taketombo) taketombo) especially each other.



* 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, monotone, deep, and mocking tone. Due tone due to them focusing on winning instead of having fun.



* BreakTheHaughty: Twice, as first seen in the episode where she breaks her leg and begins crying. The second is the episode where hears Doris talking about how "funny" she looked when she fell down causing her to cry which later results in an argument between her and Doris.

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* BreakTheHaughty: Twice, as first seen in the episode where she breaks her leg and begins crying. The second is the episode where hears Doris talking about how "funny" she looked when she fell down causing her to cry cry, which later results in an argument between her and Doris.



* Expy: Grace is very similar to the bunny character also named Grace from the 1981 version of Timothy Goes To School 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 1981 version of Timothy Goes To School original book complete with how close they both are with Claude.



* CuteKitten: A Spanish kitten to be exact

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* CuteKitten: A Spanish Mexican kitten to be exact



* {{Spexico}}: Juanita is a Spanish cat. But her home resembles the type of house you would find in Spain and the way her parents dress in the TV series and some of the books appears to resemble the style you would mostly see in Mexico.

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* {{Spexico}}: Juanita is a Spanish cat. But Although her home resembles the type of house you would find in Spain and Spain, the way her parents dress in the TV series and some of the books appears to resemble the style you would mostly see in Mexico.Mexico. Juanita alsoo mentions Mexican food such as churros and enchiladas.



!! Mrs Jenkins

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!! Mrs Mrs. Jenkins



Formerly Miss Abercrombie; Mrs Jenkins is the class' fox teacher.

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Formerly Miss Abercrombie; Mrs Mrs. Jenkins is the class' fox teacher.



A cheerful beaver who is the school's janitor and bus driver. He used to be Mrs Jenkins' student back when she was Miss Abercrombie.

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A cheerful beaver who is the school's janitor and bus driver. He used to be Mrs Mrs. Jenkins' student back when she was Miss Abercrombie.
as a child.



A student teacher badger or skunk who sometimes appears to help out, or cover for Mrs Jenkins.

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A student teacher badger or skunk who sometimes appears to help out, or cover for Mrs Mrs. Jenkins.



* 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 hit 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 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 hit 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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* TheHero

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* TheHeroTheHero: When ever a major or minor problem happens with a student. He always finds a way to solve there problem.



* CheerfulChild

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* CheerfulChildCheerfulChild: She's one of the kindest students in Hilltop School.
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