History Radio / OurMissBrooks

29th Jun '16 10:00:52 PM johnsmithxxi
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* LoveHurts: Miss Brooks is deeply in love with largely ObliviousToLove Mr. Boynton. Because FailureIsTheOnlyOption, Miss Brooks' schemes to get Mr. Boynton to marry her inevitable fail [[spoiler: until TheMovie GrandFinale when Mr. Boynton finally proposes and the two of them wed]].
29th Jun '16 4:15:52 PM johnsmithxxi
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* MustHaveLostOfFreeTime: Sixteen-year-old Walter Denton is almost always driving Miss Brooks to school, and often sees her during the day. This in spite of the fact that he is usually portrayed as relatively popular, and likewise has a steady girlfriend.

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* MustHaveLostOfFreeTime: MustHaveLotsOfFreeTime: Sixteen-year-old Walter Denton is almost always driving Miss Brooks to school, and often sees her during the day. This in spite of the fact that he is usually portrayed as relatively popular, and likewise has a steady girlfriend.
29th Jun '16 4:15:12 PM johnsmithxxi
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* MustHaveLostOfFreeTime: Sixteen-year-old Walter Denton is almost always driving Miss Brooks to school, and often sees her during the day. This in spite of the fact that he is usually portrayed as relatively popular, and likewise has a steady girlfriend.
29th Jun '16 3:56:39 PM johnsmithxxi
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* DrivingStick: In "Who's Going Where", Mr. Conklin insists on going to Crystal Lake and having Miss Brooks accompany him (and type out his reports while being a "guest" at his family cottage). Miss Brooks offers Mr. Conklin the use of his car. However, Mr. Conklin claims that he can't drive Miss Brooks' pre-World War II car, because of an unfamiliar gear shift system.
29th Jun '16 3:37:56 PM johnsmithxxi
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* TheBigEasy: In one episode, Mr. Boynton falsely claims to have learnt some French serving in the army [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII during the war]]. A skeptical Miss Brooks counters that Mr. Boynton was stationed in the United States, and he knew it. Mr. Boynton insists that he was stationed in New Orleans, and spent a lot of time in the French Quarter.
23rd Jun '16 2:55:06 PM johnsmithxxi
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* WackyMarriageProposal: In the [[TheMovie cinematic]] [[GrandFinale series finale]], the marriage proposal manages to be heartfelt, in character and very much atypical. [[spoiler: Miss Brooks finds out she's been ''de facto'' engaged to Mr. Boynton when Mrs. Davis introduces Mr. Boynton's mother as her new boarder in Miss Brooks' place (so Mrs. Boynton can be close to her son without having to live with Mr. Boynton and Miss Brooks). Miss Brooks then goes to the zoo to meet up with Mr. Boynton. WithThisRing comes into play as Miss Brooks finds a ring in a box of Cracker Jack, which is promptly stolen by a female monkey. Nonetheless, Miss Brooks and Mr. Boynton leave arm in arm and see how the wallpaper Miss Brooks' selected will look in their future home.]]
22nd Jun '16 12:23:33 PM johnsmithxxi
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* WindowPain: In "The Jewel Robbery", Mr. Conklin accidently breaks a jewelry store window with a bag of laundry. Unlike in most examples of this trope, the whole window shatters from the (unintended) impact.
16th Jun '16 2:26:49 PM StFan
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* DriverFacesPassenger: Walter Denton usually drives Miss Brooks to school. As a reckless sixteen year old driver, he, of course, looks at Miss Brooks instead of looking at the road. On one occasion, Miss Brooks had to grab the wheel and steer in order to prevent an accident.



* FacialDialogue: In "Home Cooked Meal", Miss Brooks' facial expressions as Mr. Conklin is about to light a match in a gas filled room . . . .

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* FacialDialogue: In "Home Cooked Meal", Miss Brooks' facial expressions as Mr. Conklin is about to light a match in a gas filled room . . . .gas-filled room....



* HollywoodDriving: Walter Denton usually drives Miss Brooks to school. As a reckless sixteen year old driver, he, of course, looks at Miss Brooks instead of looking at the road. On one occasion, Miss Brooks had to grab the wheel and steer in order to prevent an accident.
8th Jun '16 4:22:56 PM eroock
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* DriverFacesPassenger: Walter Denton usually drives Miss Brooks to school. As a reckless sixteen year old driver, he, of course, looks at Miss Brooks instead of looking at the road. On one occasion, Miss Brooks had to grab the wheel and steer in order to prevent an accident.


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* HollywoodDriving: Walter Denton usually drives Miss Brooks to school. As a reckless sixteen year old driver, he, of course, looks at Miss Brooks instead of looking at the road. On one occasion, Miss Brooks had to grab the wheel and steer in order to prevent an accident.
3rd Jun '16 7:48:35 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: We almost never see (or in the radio version, hear) Miss Brooks actually teaching English, although [[InformedAttribute she's said to be quite good at it]]. The rare glimpses seen of Miss Brooks ''actually'' teaching are usually played for laughs, such as her tutoring of Stretch Snodgrass in "The Yodar Kritch Award". The same goes for Mr. Boynton, whose canonical biology lectures consist of one about the skeletal structure of frogs in "Mr. Conklin's Wake Up Plan".
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