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9th Nov '15 10:54:11 AM mikrolik
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** In fact, since it's not just the episode that ends, but the entire series, we can assume that Chris passing the GED led to him starting his stand-up career, and thus he finally became the successful Chris Rock known today.
13th Aug '14 1:08:40 PM creader
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* FridgeBrilliance - The finale to the series ends without revealing whether or not Chris passed the GED. While it plays homage to ''Series/TheSopranos'', at the same time, it's a clever way of showing that Chris did in fact pass it. At the end of each episode, the punchline would involve Chris either failing at what he had attempted to do or otherwise the butt of the closing joke. In this case, it finally breaks the running gag by ending the show before revealing what happens.
* FridgeLogic - Chris's dad had a system to beat the price of collect calls, which the children knew. How come he hung up as soon as he heard the words "You have a collect call from"?

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* FridgeBrilliance - The finale to the series ends without revealing whether or not Chris passed the GED. While it plays homage to ''Series/TheSopranos'', at the same time, it's a clever way of showing that Chris did in fact pass it. At the end of each episode, the punchline would involve Chris either failing at what he had attempted to do or otherwise the butt of the closing joke. In this case, it finally breaks the running gag by ending the show before revealing what happens.
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* FridgeLogic - Chris's dad had a system to beat the price of collect calls, which the children knew. How come he hung up as soon as he heard the words "You have a collect call from"?
14th Sep '12 7:42:46 AM fenyx4
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* FridgeBrilliance - The finale to the series ends without revealing whether or not Chris passed the GED. While it plays homage to ''Series/TheSopranos'', at the same time it's a clever way of showing that Chris did in fact pass it. At the end of each episode, the punchline would involve Chris either failing at what he had attempted to do or otherwise the butt of the closing joke. In this case, it finally breaks the running gag by ending the show before revealing what happens.

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* FridgeBrilliance - The finale to the series ends without revealing whether or not Chris passed the GED. While it plays homage to ''Series/TheSopranos'', at the same time time, it's a clever way of showing that Chris did in fact pass it. At the end of each episode, the punchline would involve Chris either failing at what he had attempted to do or otherwise the butt of the closing joke. In this case, it finally breaks the running gag by ending the show before revealing what happens.
14th Sep '12 7:42:18 AM fenyx4
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* FridgeBrilliance - The finale to the series ends without revealing whether or not Chris passed the GED. While it plays homage to the Soprano's, at the same time it's a clever way of showing that Chris did in fact pass it. At the end of each episode, the punchline would involve Chris either failing at what he had attempted to do or otherwise the butt of the closing joke. In this case, it finally breaks the running gag by ending the show before revealing what happens.

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* FridgeBrilliance - The finale to the series ends without revealing whether or not Chris passed the GED. While it plays homage to the Soprano's, ''Series/TheSopranos'', at the same time it's a clever way of showing that Chris did in fact pass it. At the end of each episode, the punchline would involve Chris either failing at what he had attempted to do or otherwise the butt of the closing joke. In this case, it finally breaks the running gag by ending the show before revealing what happens.
9th Jul '12 8:32:20 AM Metaisho
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** His method was to speak fast enough before the options came up. Perhaps the kids can't speak that fast?

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** His method was to speak fast enough before the options came up. Perhaps the kids can't speak that fast?fast?
** His primary concern is to save money - it's probably just a reflex at that point, and the possibility that it could be one of his kids? Didn't even occur to him.
18th Dec '11 8:47:52 AM FairyDreamer
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** His method was to speak fast enough before the options came up. Perhaps the kids can't speak that fast?
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