History Recap / MissionHill

23rd Jan '16 5:07:49 PM nombretomado
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Even though the WB aired up to "Unemployment, Part 1," Creator/CartoonNetwork's AdultSwim line-up back in the early days (around 2002-2003) aired the episodes that the WB [[BannedEpisode banned due to content]], like "Andy Joins the PTA," "Kevin's Problem," "Andy vs. ''The Real World''," and "Andy and Kevin Make a Friend," along with the episodes after "Unemployment, Part 1" that didn't air due to the show's early cancellation.

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Even though the WB aired up to "Unemployment, Part 1," Creator/CartoonNetwork's AdultSwim Creator/AdultSwim line-up back in the early days (around 2002-2003) aired the episodes that the WB [[BannedEpisode banned due to content]], like "Andy Joins the PTA," "Kevin's Problem," "Andy vs. ''The Real World''," and "Andy and Kevin Make a Friend," along with the episodes after "Unemployment, Part 1" that didn't air due to the show's early cancellation.
6th Nov '15 8:05:25 PM nombretomado
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#"Andy vs. ''TheRealWorld'' (or The Big-Ass Viacom Lawsuit)": Kevin finds a collection of old videos chronicling the time that MTV's ''The Real World'' filmed a season in Mission Hill--and how Andy became part of the cast after one of the house mates gets hit by a bus.

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#"Andy vs. ''TheRealWorld'' ''Series/TheRealWorld'' (or The Big-Ass Viacom Lawsuit)": Kevin finds a collection of old videos chronicling the time that MTV's ''The Real World'' filmed a season in Mission Hill--and how Andy became part of the cast after one of the house mates gets hit by a bus.
9th May '15 10:36:19 AM Wartzanall
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#"Plan 9 from Mission Hill (or I Married a Gay Man from Outer Space)": Kevin becomes fascinated with classic films when he sneaks into a local theater to watch ''MidnightCowboy'' under the assumption that it's a porno film [[note]](as it has an "X" rating, which back in the 1960s, meant that the film was for adults, but was more along the lines of the "R" and "NC-17" rating by today's standards in American cinema)[[/note]] --and uncovers a lost B-movie that Wally directed in the 1950s.

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#"Plan 9 from Mission Hill (or I Married a Gay Man from Outer Space)": Kevin becomes fascinated with classic films when he sneaks into a local theater to watch ''MidnightCowboy'' under the assumption that it's a porno film [[note]](as it has an "X" rating, which back in the 1960s, meant that the film was for adults, but was more along the lines of the but, by today's standards, is somewhere between an "R" and an "NC-17" rating by today's standards in American cinema)[[/note]] rating)[[/note]] --and uncovers a lost B-movie that Wally directed in the 1950s.
9th May '15 10:32:13 AM Wartzanall
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The following is a list of episodes from the short-lived WB animated sitcom ''MissionHill''. Even though the WB aired up to "Unemployment, Part 1," Creator/CartoonNetwork's AdultSwim line-up back in the early days (around 2002-2003) aired the episodes that the WB [[BannedEpisode banned due to content]], like "Andy Joins the PTA," "Kevin's Problem," "Andy vs. ''The Real World''," and "Andy and Kevin Make a Friend," along with the episodes after "Unemployment, Part 1" that didn't air due to the show's early cancellation.

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The following is a list of episodes from the short-lived WB animated sitcom ''MissionHill''. Created by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein of ''TheSimpsons'', this series centers on a struggling cartoonist (working at a waterbed store and, later, his friend's advertising agency) who is forced to take in his nerdy, 17-year-old brother and pet dog after his parents announce that they're moving to Wyoming so they can fall in love all over again.

Even though the WB aired up to "Unemployment, Part 1," Creator/CartoonNetwork's AdultSwim line-up back in the early days (around 2002-2003) aired the episodes that the WB [[BannedEpisode banned due to content]], like "Andy Joins the PTA," "Kevin's Problem," "Andy vs. ''The Real World''," and "Andy and Kevin Make a Friend," along with the episodes after "Unemployment, Part 1" that didn't air due to the show's early cancellation.



#"Plan 9 from Mission Hill (or I Married a Gay Man from Outer Space)": Kevin becomes fascinated with classic films when he sneaks into a local theater to watch ''MidnightCowboy'' under the assumption that it's a porno film [[note]](as it has an "X" rating, which back in the 1960s, meant that the film was for adults, but more along the lines of the "R" and "NC-17" rating in American cinema)[[/note]] --and uncovers a lost B-movie that Wally directed in the 1950s.

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#"Plan 9 from Mission Hill (or I Married a Gay Man from Outer Space)": Kevin becomes fascinated with classic films when he sneaks into a local theater to watch ''MidnightCowboy'' under the assumption that it's a porno film [[note]](as it has an "X" rating, which back in the 1960s, meant that the film was for adults, but was more along the lines of the "R" and "NC-17" rating by today's standards in American cinema)[[/note]] --and uncovers a lost B-movie that Wally directed in the 1950s.



#"Death of a Yale Man (or Premature Metriculation)": Toby and George think Kevin is dying of a terminal illness after Kevin shows up to school bald (which was from trying to get rid of a hip haircut gone bad) and make his dream of going to Yale come true, but will Kevin play along with the plan? Meanwhile, Jim and Andy contend with [=SUV=] drivers.

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#"Death of a Yale Man (or Premature Metriculation)": Matriculation)": Toby and George think Kevin is dying of a terminal illness after Kevin shows up to school bald (which was from trying to get rid of a hip haircut gone bad) and make his dream of going to Yale come true, but will Kevin play along with the plan? Meanwhile, Jim and Andy contend with [=SUV=] drivers.
9th Feb '15 2:20:15 PM Wartzanall
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#"Kevin vs. The SATs (or Nocturnal Admissions)": After reading that Ivy League colleges are only accepting students with perfect SAT scores, Kevin and his friends work furiously to crack a legendary code that will give them a 1600 score. Meanwhile, Posey advertises her massage services in a newspaper -- which, thanks to a spelling mistake, lands her in trouble with a local pimp.

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#"Kevin vs. The SATs (or Nocturnal Admissions)": After reading that Ivy League colleges are only accepting students with perfect SAT scores, Kevin and his friends work furiously to crack a legendary code that will give them a 1600 score. Meanwhile, Posey advertises her massage services in a newspaper -- which, thanks to a spelling mistake, has her mistaken for a prostitute who does erotic massage and lands her in trouble with a local pimp.



#"Plan 9 from Mission Hill (or I Married a Gay Man from Outer Space)": Kevin becomes fascinated with classic films when he sneaks into a local theater to watch ''MidnightCowboy'' under the assumption that it's a porno film (as it has an "X" rating, which back in the 1960s, meant that the film was for adults, but more along the lines of the modern-day heavy "R" to light "NC-17" rating)--and uncovers a lost B-movie that Wally directed in the 1950s.

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#"Plan 9 from Mission Hill (or I Married a Gay Man from Outer Space)": Kevin becomes fascinated with classic films when he sneaks into a local theater to watch ''MidnightCowboy'' under the assumption that it's a porno film (as [[note]](as it has an "X" rating, which back in the 1960s, meant that the film was for adults, but more along the lines of the modern-day heavy "R" to light and "NC-17" rating)--and rating in American cinema)[[/note]] --and uncovers a lost B-movie that Wally directed in the 1950s.



#"Bye Bye Nerdie (or I Was A Teenaged Porn Star)": Kevin accidentally appears in the background of a porno movie being filmed in the building, and is forced to stay with his parents after they discover this.

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#"Bye Bye Nerdie (or I Was A Teenaged Porn Star)": Kevin accidentally appears in the background of a porno movie being filmed in the building, and is forced to stay with his parents after they discover this.coming to visit Kevin and finding that Mission Hill is too colorful for a boy his age, but keeping Kevin around proves to be a mood killer.
9th Dec '13 8:41:07 AM nombretomado
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The following is a list of episodes from the short-lived WB animated sitcom ''MissionHill''. Even though the WB aired up to "Unemployment, Part 1," CartoonNetwork's AdultSwim line-up back in the early days (around 2002-2003) aired the episodes that the WB [[BannedEpisode banned due to content]], like "Andy Joins the PTA," "Kevin's Problem," "Andy vs. ''The Real World''," and "Andy and Kevin Make a Friend," along with the episodes after "Unemployment, Part 1" that didn't air due to the show's early cancellation.

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The following is a list of episodes from the short-lived WB animated sitcom ''MissionHill''. Even though the WB aired up to "Unemployment, Part 1," CartoonNetwork's Creator/CartoonNetwork's AdultSwim line-up back in the early days (around 2002-2003) aired the episodes that the WB [[BannedEpisode banned due to content]], like "Andy Joins the PTA," "Kevin's Problem," "Andy vs. ''The Real World''," and "Andy and Kevin Make a Friend," along with the episodes after "Unemployment, Part 1" that didn't air due to the show's early cancellation.
8th Nov '13 8:38:32 AM bouncedaround17
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The following is a list of episodes from the short-lived WB animated sitcom ''MissionHill''. This recap lists the episodes aired and the unaired, incomplete episodes.

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The following is a list of episodes from the short-lived WB animated sitcom ''MissionHill''. Even though the WB aired up to "Unemployment, Part 1," CartoonNetwork's AdultSwim line-up back in the early days (around 2002-2003) aired the episodes that the WB [[BannedEpisode banned due to content]], like "Andy Joins the PTA," "Kevin's Problem," "Andy vs. ''The Real World''," and "Andy and Kevin Make a Friend," along with the episodes after "Unemployment, Part 1" that didn't air due to the show's early cancellation.

This recap lists the episodes that aired on TV (and are available on DVD) and the unaired, incomplete episodes.episodes that only exists as scripts and animatics.
8th Nov '13 8:30:08 AM bouncedaround17
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#"Meditations on a Career in Advertising (or Supertool)": Andy and Jim learn a dark secret about advertising in America when they work on an account for a food company.

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#"Meditations on a Career in Advertising (or Supertool)": Andy and Jim learn are assigned to create a dark secret about advertising in America when they work on an account new ad campaign for a food company.Chef-A-Rooni brand pasta, but Jim ends up taking the credit for Andy's ideas. Meanwhile, Kevin, Toby, and George buy an upscale Port-A-Potty after school thugs Griffo, C-Dog, and Phat Ass claim the boys' room as their own.



#"Death of a Yale Man (or Premature Metriculation)": Kevin stoops to a new low when he poses as a terminally-ill child in order to get into Yale University.

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#"Death of a Yale Man (or Premature Metriculation)": Toby and George think Kevin stoops is dying of a terminal illness after Kevin shows up to a new low when he poses as a terminally-ill child in order school bald (which was from trying to get into rid of a hip haircut gone bad) and make his dream of going to Yale University.come true, but will Kevin play along with the plan? Meanwhile, Jim and Andy contend with [=SUV=] drivers.
16th Sep '13 12:40:13 AM PeachPerfect
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#"Unemployment, Part 2 (or Theory of the Leisure)": After finding out that Jim has a job as a major player of an advertising agency, Andy decides to abandon his slacker ways and get a job as an artist for Jim's ad agency.

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#"Unemployment, Part 2 (or Theory of the Leisure)": Leisure Ass)": After finding out that Jim has a job as a major player of an advertising agency, Andy decides to abandon his slacker ways and get a job as an artist for Jim's ad agency.
22nd Jul '13 4:00:27 PM bunchacrunch
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#"Plan 9 from Mission Hill (or I Married a Gay Man from Outer Space)": Kevin becomes fascinated with classic films when he sneaks into a local theater to watch ''MidnightCowboy'' under the assumption that it's a porno film (as it has an "X" rating, which back in the 1960s, meant that the film was for adults, but more along the lines of the modern-day "NC-17" rating)--and uncovers a lost B-movie that Wally directed in the 1950s.

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#"Plan 9 from Mission Hill (or I Married a Gay Man from Outer Space)": Kevin becomes fascinated with classic films when he sneaks into a local theater to watch ''MidnightCowboy'' under the assumption that it's a porno film (as it has an "X" rating, which back in the 1960s, meant that the film was for adults, but more along the lines of the modern-day heavy "R" to light "NC-17" rating)--and uncovers a lost B-movie that Wally directed in the 1950s.
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