History Radio / OurMissBrooks

14th Feb '18 12:00:38 PM johnsmithxxi
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* WithDueRespect: Occasionally said by Walter Denton to Miss Brooks. Also occasionally used by Miss Brooks with Principal Osgood Conklin.
17th Dec '17 12:06:16 PM johnsmithxxi
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* TeethFlying: Mr. Conklin loses several teeth in "Plaque for Mr. Conklin" as he's hit several times in an attempt to cure his faked case of [[EasyAmnesia amnesia]]. ItMakesSenseInContext.
29th Nov '17 4:27:27 PM johnsmithxxi
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* NotAfraidOfYouAnymore:
** In "Spare That Rod!", a temporarily humbled Mr. Conklin tries to curry favor with his students and faculty - after being tricked into thinking his job was hanging by a thread for being "flagrantly dictatorial". Miss Brooks, Mr. Boynton, Walter Denton and Stretch Snodgrass take advantage of this to present him with a petition. Mr. Conklin, again assured that his job is safe, shouts them out of his office.
** In "Marinated Hearing", Miss Brooks decides to tell off a temporarily deaf Mr. Conklin. Unfortunately for Miss Brooks, Mr. Conklin had ''just'' recovered his hearing . . . .
21st Nov '17 8:39:21 PM johnsmithxxi
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* MarriedInTheFuture:
** In "The Dream", not only does Mr. Boynton marry Miss Brooks, but teenagers Walter Denton and Harriet Conklin also get married. Mr. and Mrs. Conklin also have a son. Time flash-forwards many years, where it turns out that Mr. Boynton's and Miss Brooks' daughter is going steady with Mr. Conklin's son Osgood Junior.
** In TheMovie [[GrandFinale Series Finale]], Miss Brooks fantasizes about her future married life with Mr. Boynton. At the end of the film, Mr. Boynton and Miss Brooks do actually get married.]]
9th Nov '17 7:23:55 AM johnsmithxxi
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* FlashbackEffects: Visual effects and music were used to signify dream sequences in "Magic Christmas Tree", "The Dream", "King and Miss Brooks" and "Mr. Boynton's Return". Just the music was used for the radio in "Connie's New Job Offer" and the radio version of "Magic Christmas Tree".
2nd Nov '17 3:18:23 PM johnsmithxxi
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* {{Narrator}}: On the radio, a narrator introduces the show and gives a brief introduction. Often enough, the introduction passes to Miss Brooks who gives comments of her own on her role and reaction to the upcoming events. Sometimes, the narrator or Miss Brooks give another short narration after the message from the the sponsor.
24th Oct '17 8:21:09 AM johnsmithxxi
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* BindleStick: In "Miss Brooks Writes About a Hobo", the "Earl of Peoria" is mentioned as carrying a bindle stick. Later, when Miss Brooks, Mr. Boynton, Walter Denton, Mr. Conklin, and Mrs. Davis [[ItMakesSenseInContext masquerade as hobos in order to apprehend the titular hobo]], they also have bindle sticks in their gear.
23rd Oct '17 7:22:38 AM johnsmithxxi
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* TheBartender: In "Babysitting New Year's Eve", Mrs. Davis has a friend who's a bartender. She invites him over to prepare the punch for her New Year's party. Mrs. Davis' bartender friend is allowed New Year's off as a condition of his employment. The reason? [[FridgeLogic The bartender hates drunks.]]
20th Oct '17 10:22:20 AM 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 inevitably fail [[spoiler: until TheMovie GrandFinale when Miss Brooks finally marries Mr. Boynton and LivesHappilyEverAfter]].

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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 inevitably fail [[spoiler: until TheMovie GrandFinale when Miss Brooks finally marries Mr. Boynton and LivesHappilyEverAfter]].lives HappilyEverAfter]].
20th Oct '17 10:21:36 AM 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 inevitably fail.

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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 inevitably fail.fail [[spoiler: until TheMovie GrandFinale when Miss Brooks finally marries Mr. Boynton and LivesHappilyEverAfter]].
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