History Radio / OurMissBrooks

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* AFriendInNeed: Miss Brooks can always be counted on to standby her friends; even Mr. Conklin who often plays the role of FriendlyEnemy.
** On multiple occasions, she protects Walter Denton from having one of his practical jokes exposed and backfiring on him. "Cure That Habit" and "Mr. Conklin is Honored" are cases in point.
** Miss Brooks is eager to protect [[LoveInterest Mr. Boynton]], naturally enough. "Mr. Conklin Plays Detective", where Miss Brooks believes Mr. Boynton used Mr. Conklin's phone to make a long distance call, is a case in point. Likewise, "The Jewel Robbery", where Miss Brooks wrongly believes Mr. Boynton robbed a store.
** Miss Brooks saves Mr. Conklin's job in "Wake Up Plan" and "Saving the School Newspaper". When Miss Brooks wrongly concludes Mr. Conklin has been fired in "Rumors", she sets up a laundry to raise money.
** Miss Brooks saves Mrs. Davis from a hurried marriage in "Marriage Madness".
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* CallOfTheWildBlueYonder: At the beginning of "Surprise Party", Miss Brooks dreams about literally flying away with Mr. Boynton:
-->'''Mr. Boynton''': [[PurpleProse Ah, my darling Constance! You're so lovely! So desirable! I feel I could fly on the wings of our love! Won't you join me Constance, on a flight to paradise?]]
-->'''Miss Brooks''': [[DeadpanSnarker Contact!]]
16th Aug '17 5:28:49 PM johnsmithxxi
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* CleanPrettyChildbirth: In "The Egg", when the chick hatches it hatches completely dry. In reality, the newly-hatched chicken would have been wet and taken some time to dry off.
16th Aug '17 4:11:31 AM johnsmithxxi
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* MessOnAPlate: Some of Mrs. Davis' CordonBleughChef dishes fall into this category.
15th Aug '17 7:04:50 AM johnsmithxxi
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* [[Anvillicious]]: ''Mr. Whipple" sees Miss Brooks and her friends try to help an old man whom they believe is destitute and starving. It turns out he's a [[TheScrooge rich tycoon]] on a diet. However, the generosity of Miss Brooks and her friends so affects Mr. Whipple that he takes them out for dinner, and decides to lobby for a new school gymnasium. It's an entertaining episode nonetheless, and after all, SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.

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* [[Anvillicious]]: {{Anvillicious}}: ''Mr. Whipple" sees Miss Brooks and her friends try to help an old man whom they believe is destitute and starving. It turns out he's a [[TheScrooge rich tycoon]] on a diet. However, the generosity of Miss Brooks and her friends so affects Mr. Whipple that he takes them out for dinner, and decides to lobby for a new school gymnasium. It's an entertaining episode nonetheless, and after all, SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.
15th Aug '17 7:04:15 AM johnsmithxxi
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* Anvillicious: ''Mr. Whipple" sees Miss Brooks and her friends try to help an old man whom they believe is destitute and starving. It turns out he's a [[TheScrooge rich tycoon]] on a diet. However, the generosity of Miss Brooks and her friends so affects Mr. Whipple that he takes them out for dinner, and decides to lobby for a new school gymnasium. It's an entertaining episode nonetheless, and after all, SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.

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* Anvillicious: [[Anvillicious]]: ''Mr. Whipple" sees Miss Brooks and her friends try to help an old man whom they believe is destitute and starving. It turns out he's a [[TheScrooge rich tycoon]] on a diet. However, the generosity of Miss Brooks and her friends so affects Mr. Whipple that he takes them out for dinner, and decides to lobby for a new school gymnasium. It's an entertaining episode nonetheless, and after all, SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.
15th Aug '17 7:03:28 AM johnsmithxxi
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* Anvillicious: ''Mr. Whipple" sees Miss Brooks and her friends try to help an old man whom they believe is destitute and starving. It turns out he's a [[TheScrooge rich tycoon]] on a diet. However, the generosity of Miss Brooks and her friends so affects Mr. Whipple that he takes them out for dinner, and decides to lobby for a new school gymnasium. It's an entertaining episode nonetheless, and after all, SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.
15th Aug '17 6:26:10 AM johnsmithxxi
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* JustBetweenYouAndMe:
** In "Two-way Stretch Snodgrass", Mr. Conklin explains to Miss Brooks his plan to get All-American football player and high school coach Biff Mooney to work for Madison High School. Rather than first going about his plan and bragging later.
** In the [[TheMovie theatrical]] [[GrandFinale series finale]], Mr. Stone threatens to fire Mr. Conklin once Stone's elected to the new post of "Coordinator of Education". This sets up the subplot where Mr. Conklin runs against Mr. Stone to head the school board.
14th Aug '17 8:55:23 PM johnsmithxxi
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* WatchOutForThatTree: "Skis in the Classroom" see Miss Brooks' runaway skiing stopped in this fashion:
-->'''Mr. Boynton''': Look out, you're heading right for that big tree! Look out for that tree!
-->'''Miss Brooks''': It's the only way I can stop! Oh, if I can just grab one of the branches! Here goes!
-->'''Crash!'''
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* IncorruptiblePurePureness:
** Harriet Conklin. Her motives are always displayed as unselfish or honest, in spite of her father Mr. Conklin being oft unprincipled and her boyfriend Walter Denton being an inveterate schemer and practical joker.
** Phillip Boynton, Miss Brooks' LoveInterest. He's considered by everybody to be the "soul of honesty". In "Trial by Jury", its revealed that trying to lie makes Mr. Boynton break into the hiccups.
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