History Series / CaliforniaDreams

23rd Dec '15 4:53:34 PM IlGreven
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* BattleOfTheBands: At least once a season. Never a doubt that the Dreams win every time.
24th Oct '15 1:15:58 PM atomiccake
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Originally the show was half family sitcom and half teen sitcom. There were only four members in the band and most episodes would feature a music video of the band. Every attempt to set the show apart from ''Saved by the Bell'' was eventually fazed out after a couple of seasons.
24th Aug '15 9:53:29 AM Erin582
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* AllCheeringAllTheTime: One episode had three cheerleaders bid on a dating auction this way. As a RunningGag, they reappear a few more times in the episode; cheering whenever they speak to or interact with anybody
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* AllCheeringAllTheTime: One episode had three cheerleaders bid on a dating auction this way. As a RunningGag, they reappear a few more times in the episode; cheering whenever they speak to or interact with anybodyanybody. * AlphaCouple: Two, actually: Jake and Tiffany and Tony and Sam. * BetaCouple: [[spoiler: Sly and Lorena]], since they got together in the last few episodes of the series after a season beforehand of UnresolvedSexualTension and his [[AllLoveIsUnrequited unrequited]] crush on her.

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* AllCheeringAllTheTime: One episode had three cheerleaders bid on a dating auction this way. As a RunningGag, they reappear a few more times in the episode; cheering whenever they speak to or interact with anybodyCaliforniaUniversity: Where Sly and Lorena end up attending.
28th Jun '15 3:57:26 AM atomiccake
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* {{Flanderization}}: Mark was originally introduced as a clean cut Richie Cunningham-type (much like Matt). However, as time went on, his naiveté was flanderized to the point that he became a something of an airhead.
15th Jun '15 10:00:50 PM atomiccake
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: In real life, whenever the cast reunites (such as on the DVDs or on ''Jimmy Fallon''), the actors who played Mark and Lorena are never shown or even mentioned. Even though they appeared in more episodes than the actors who played Matt and Jenny.
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: In real life, whenever the cast reunites (such as on the DVDs DVD or on ''Jimmy Fallon''), the actors who played Mark and Lorena are never shown or even mentioned. Even though they appeared in more episodes than the actors who played Matt and Jenny.
13th Jun '15 7:03:10 PM atomiccake
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* OutOfOrder: Several episodes filmed for season 3 weren't shown until the middle of season 4. This is incredibly obvious since the fourth season's official couples, Tiffany/Jake and Sam/Tony, are all of a sudden single and dating other people.
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* OutOfOrder: Several episodes filmed for season 3 weren't shown until the middle of season 4. This is incredibly obvious since the fourth season's official couples, Tiffany/Jake Tiffani/Jake and Sam/Tony, are all of a sudden single and dating other people.
13th Jun '15 7:01:40 PM atomiccake
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* OutOfOrder: Several episodes filmed for season 3 weren't shown until the middle of season 4. This is incredibly obvious since the fourth season's official couples, Tiffany/Jake and Sam/Tony, are all of a sudden single and dating other people.
17th May '15 4:37:39 AM atomiccake
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: In real life, whenever the cast reunites (such as on the DVDs or on ''Jimmy Fallon''), the actors who played Mark and Lorena are never shown or even mentioned. Even though they appeared in more episodes than the actors who played Matt and Jenny.
5th Apr '15 8:42:26 PM Market43Fan
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* ShoutOut: The Season 3 episode "Winkle Wicks' World" feature two that double as ParentalBonus (and possibly [[ParentalBonus Grandparental Bonus]]). First, the teacher in the cast members' television class is named Mr. Berle [[note]]This is a reference Milton Berle, an early television star known as "Mr. Television" during the 1948-55 run of the Texaco Star Theater).[[/note]] The other is that the name of the woman who hires the Dreams for a gig [[spoiler:where they basically play elevator music]] is named Mrs. Creator/{{DuMont}}[[note]]named after the long-defunct network[[/note]]
10th Jan '15 2:41:51 PM atomiccake
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** Jake becomes a smoker, fights addiction, and quits in the course of one episode.
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