History Series / EvenStevens

19th Dec '16 3:13:45 PM creader
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* [[ArtisticLicense Artistic License Politics]]: In the episode "Leavin' Stevens," Eileen announces her intention to move with her entire family to Washington, D.C. after being elected to Congress. In reality, of course, every member of Congress maintains a constituency home, which typically also serves as the family residence. Later on, we find out that [[spoiler: Eileen has lost the Congressional seat by just 17 votes and immediately abandons her plans to move to Washington altogether. This, too, is highly unrealistic: such a close margin would be subject to a recount and possibly a months-long court battle initiated by the defeated candidate]].

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* [[ArtisticLicense Artistic License Politics]]: ArtisticLicense: With politics -- In the episode "Leavin' Stevens," Eileen announces her intention to move with her entire family to Washington, D.C. after being elected to Congress. In reality, of course, every member of Congress maintains a constituency home, which typically also serves as the family residence. Later on, we find out that [[spoiler: Eileen has lost the Congressional seat by just 17 votes and immediately abandons her plans to move to Washington altogether. This, too, is highly unrealistic: such a close margin would be subject to a recount and possibly a months-long court battle initiated by the defeated candidate]].



* BetterAsFriends / IDontWantToRuinOurFriendship: Louis and Tawny after "The Kiss," [[spoiler: subverted with the series ending in "Leavin' Stevens"]].

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* BetterAsFriends / IDontWantToRuinOurFriendship: BetterAsFriends: Louis and Tawny after "The Kiss," [[spoiler: subverted with the series ending in "Leavin' Stevens"]].



* DumbMuscle / DumbJock: Eldest brother Donnie.

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* DumbMuscle / DumbJock: Eldest brother Donnie.



* {{Goth}} / GranolaGirl: Tawny.

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* {{Goth}} / GranolaGirl: {{Goth}}: Tawny.



* HarpoDoesSomethingFunny: Shia Labeouf reveals in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6pfA1BN5-s subsequent interviews]] that a great deal of his lines were ad-libbed.



* OfficialCouple: Louis and Tawny.

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* OfficialCouple: OfficialCouple:
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Louis and Tawny.
30th Oct '16 10:48:07 PM ShamusAran
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* TrumanShowPlot: TheMovie is basically this. The Stevens and Beans families win a vacation to an exotic island in the middle of the Pacific and, due to a series of mishaps with the natives, they must live off the land until a rescue boat arrives in a week. In reality, the island's only a few miles off the California coast. The RealityTV host is mercilessly playing the two families against each other, wedging them apart with imaginary conflicts and lying through his teeth for a ShowWithinAShow called ''Family Fake-Out!''
9th Oct '16 4:44:25 PM Az_Tech341
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Reaired starting April 18, 2013 as part of Disney Channel's "Throwback Thursday" block.

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Reaired starting from April 18, 2013 as part of Disney Channel's "Throwback Thursday" block.
9th Oct '16 4:43:36 PM Az_Tech341
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* AccidentalKiss: Louis and Tawny in "The Kiss".



* [[ArtisticLicense Artistic License Politics]]: In the episode "Leavin' Stevens," Eileen announces her intention to move with her entire family to Washington, D.C. after being elected to Congress. In reality, of course, every member of Congress maintains a constituency home, which typically also serves as the family residence. Later on, we find out that [[spoiler: Eileen has lost the Congressional seat by just 17 votes and immediately abandons her plans to move to Washington altogether. This, too, is highly unrealistic: Such a close margin would be subject to a recount and possibly a months-long court battle initiated by the defeated candidate]].

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* [[ArtisticLicense Artistic License Politics]]: In the episode "Leavin' Stevens," Eileen announces her intention to move with her entire family to Washington, D.C. after being elected to Congress. In reality, of course, every member of Congress maintains a constituency home, which typically also serves as the family residence. Later on, we find out that [[spoiler: Eileen has lost the Congressional seat by just 17 votes and immediately abandons her plans to move to Washington altogether. This, too, is highly unrealistic: Such such a close margin would be subject to a recount and possibly a months-long court battle initiated by the defeated candidate]].
9th Oct '16 2:37:27 PM estropes
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* [[ArtisticLicense Artistic License Politics]]: In the episode "Leavin' Stevens," Eileen announces her intention to move with her entire family to Washington, D.C. after being elected to Congress. In reality, of course, every member of Congress maintains a constituency home, where his or her family would also typically continue living. Later on, we find out that [[spoiler: Eileen has lost the Congressional seat by just 17 votes and abandons her plans to move to Washington altogether. This, too, is highly unrealistic: Such a close margin would be subject to a recount and possibly a months-long court battle initiated by the defeated candidate.]]

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* [[ArtisticLicense Artistic License Politics]]: In the episode "Leavin' Stevens," Eileen announces her intention to move with her entire family to Washington, D.C. after being elected to Congress. In reality, of course, every member of Congress maintains a constituency home, where his or her family would also which typically continue living. also serves as the family residence. Later on, we find out that [[spoiler: Eileen has lost the Congressional seat by just 17 votes and immediately abandons her plans to move to Washington altogether. This, too, is highly unrealistic: Such a close margin would be subject to a recount and possibly a months-long court battle initiated by the defeated candidate.]]candidate]].



* BetterAsFriends / IDontWantToRuinOurFriendship: Louis and Tawny after "The Kiss," [[spoiler: subverted with the series ending in "Leavin' Stevens"]].



* SlapStick: Louis and his many stunts and instances of falling down, yet apparently without sustaining serious injuries.

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* SlapStick: Louis and with his many stunts and instances of falling down, yet apparently without sustaining serious injuries.
9th Oct '16 2:20:35 PM estropes
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* AccidentalKiss: Louis and Tawny in "The Kiss".


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* [[ArtisticLicense Artistic License Politics]]: In the episode "Leavin' Stevens," Eileen announces her intention to move with her entire family to Washington, D.C. after being elected to Congress. In reality, of course, every member of Congress maintains a constituency home, where his or her family would also typically continue living. Later on, we find out that [[spoiler: Eileen has lost the Congressional seat by just 17 votes and abandons her plans to move to Washington altogether. This, too, is highly unrealistic: Such a close margin would be subject to a recount and possibly a months-long court battle initiated by the defeated candidate.]]


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* HarpoDoesSomethingFunny: Shia Labeouf reveals in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6pfA1BN5-s subsequent interviews]] that a great deal of his lines were ad-libbed.


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* LoveConfession: [[spoiler: Louis and Tawny in their tapes in "Leavin' Stevens", after [[AbortedDeclarationOfLove missing the chance to do so on what was supposed to be Louis's last day at school]].]]


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* SlapStick: Louis and his many stunts and instances of falling down, yet apparently without sustaining serious injuries.
2nd Oct '16 11:18:04 AM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: To ''The Tell-Tale Heart'' by EdgarAllanPoe.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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To ''The Tell-Tale Heart'' by EdgarAllanPoe.Creator/EdgarAllanPoe.
31st Aug '16 2:58:19 AM KizunaTallis
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* BookDumb: Louis regular does poorly in school and gets detention regularly (to the point that he plans his after school time around it). He's shown to be smarter than Donnie and often his schemes require a little intelligence to plan and would normally succeed.

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* BookDumb: Louis regular does poorly in school and gets detention regularly (to the point that he plans his after school after-school time around it). He's shown to be smarter than Donnie (although that's not really [[TooDumbToLive saying much]]) and often his schemes require a little intelligence to plan and would normally succeed.



** Let's not forget about Nelson, who pretty much faded away in the third season as well.



* CampStraight: Donnie loves to do very feminine things like shaving his legs. he once turned the shower into a makeshift Sauna. Though he can be very masculine at times. See RealMenWearPink

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* CampStraight: Donnie loves to do very feminine things like shaving his legs. he He also once turned the shower into a makeshift Sauna. Though sauna. However, he can be very also indulges in masculine at times. activities like sports. See RealMenWearPinkRealMenWearPink.



* DumbMuscle: Donnie.



** Also Beans is rarely referred to as Bernard.

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** Also Beans Also, Beans, whose real name is rarely referred to as Bernard.



* ParentalFavoritism: Steve and Eileen both favor their oldest children, Donnie and Ren, more because of their academic success than Louis, but they still love him dearly.
* Pain Powered Leap: In the episode "Easy Crier", Ren is repeatedly zapped in the rear end by Louis' Dr. Zapenstein device during a televised debate, eventually leaping off her chair.

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* ParentalFavoritism: Steve and Eileen both favor their oldest older children, Donnie and Ren, more because of their respective athletic and academic success than Louis, but they still love him dearly.
* Pain Powered Leap: PainPoweredLeap: In the episode "Easy Crier", Ren is repeatedly zapped in the rear end by Louis' Dr. Zapenstein device during a televised debate, eventually leaping off her chair.
27th Aug '16 5:21:30 PM nombretomado
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* YourCheatingHeart: In "Sibling Rivalry", Louis inadvertedly records that Ren's boyfriend Bobby Dever was cheating on her with Mandy Sanchez. He planned on using this as the embarrassing thing on the show they were competing on, but couldn't go through with hurting her like that. Instead, she wins and he shows it to her privately, causing her to dump Bobby at the end of the episode.

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* YourCheatingHeart: In "Sibling Rivalry", Louis inadvertedly inadvertently records that Ren's boyfriend Bobby Dever was cheating on her with Mandy Sanchez. He planned on using this as the embarrassing thing on the show they were competing on, but couldn't go through with hurting her like that. Instead, she wins and he shows it to her privately, causing her to dump Bobby at the end of the episode.
27th Aug '16 5:20:51 PM nombretomado
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''Even Stevens'' was a DisneyChannel series that ran from 2000 to 2003 and is best known now for launching the career of Creator/ShiaLaBeouf.

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''Even Stevens'' was a DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel series that ran from 2000 to 2003 and is best known now for launching the career of Creator/ShiaLaBeouf.



** This is the only episode available on DVD, included on a compilation of various holiday specials starring DisneyChannel characters.

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** This is the only episode available on DVD, included on a compilation of various holiday specials starring DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel characters.



* LastMinuteHookup: A DisneyChannel tradition. [[spoiler:[[OfficialCouple Louis and Tawny]].]]

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* LastMinuteHookup: A DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel tradition. [[spoiler:[[OfficialCouple Louis and Tawny]].]]



* YourCheatingHeart: In "Sibling Rivalry", Louis inadvertably records that Ren's boyfriend Bobby Dever was cheating on her with Mandy Sanchez. He planned on using this as the embarassing thing on the show they were competing on, but couldn't go through with hurting her like that. Instead, she wins and he shows it to her privately, causing her to dump Bobby at the end of the episode.
* ZanyScheme: Probably the show that first got DisneyChannel addicted to the trope.

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* YourCheatingHeart: In "Sibling Rivalry", Louis inadvertably inadvertedly records that Ren's boyfriend Bobby Dever was cheating on her with Mandy Sanchez. He planned on using this as the embarassing embarrassing thing on the show they were competing on, but couldn't go through with hurting her like that. Instead, she wins and he shows it to her privately, causing her to dump Bobby at the end of the episode.
* ZanyScheme: Probably the show that first got DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel addicted to the trope.
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