History Series / NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide

28th Aug '16 7:22:01 AM SamuelCrazy
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* AlphaBitch: Missy

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* AlphaBitch: MissyBitsy. Missy took her place after she dissepeared.
20th Aug '16 3:57:01 PM santos32
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* TheCameo: [[WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents Cosmo and Wanda]] in "Guide to: Daydreaming". Justified, as they're part of Ned's dream.
14th Aug '16 6:44:53 PM tigereye888
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** Mr. Monroe is a very odd case. He was listed in the opening credits in season one and appeared in every episode; he [[DemotedToExtra made only a few token appearances]] in season two, and vanished without a trace in season three. [[TheBusCameBack Then he came back in a late episode and was re-added to the opening credits,]] replacing Gordy despite the fact that he'd been firmly established as one of the series tritagonists along with Cookie.

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** Mr. Monroe is a very odd case. He was listed in the opening credits in season one and appeared in every episode; he [[DemotedToExtra made only a few token appearances]] in season two, and vanished without a trace in season three. [[TheBusCameBack Then he came back in a late episode and was re-added to the opening credits,]] immediately replacing Gordy despite the fact that he'd been firmly established as one of the series tritagonists along with Cookie.
14th Aug '16 6:44:29 PM tigereye888
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** Mr. Monroe is a very odd case. He was listed in the opening credits in season one and appeared in every episode; he [[DemotedToExtra made only a few token appearances]] in season two, and vanished without a trace in season three. [[TheBusCameBack Then he came back in a late episode and was re-added to the opening credits.]] This is very glaring because Monroe was originally intended as the mentor figure for the protagonists; on the other hand, as his prominence decreased, the other teachers became more developed. A bit of [[TruthInTelevision Truth In Television]]; this happens all the time in large schools when teachers only teach grade-level subjects

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** Mr. Monroe is a very odd case. He was listed in the opening credits in season one and appeared in every episode; he [[DemotedToExtra made only a few token appearances]] in season two, and vanished without a trace in season three. [[TheBusCameBack Then he came back in a late episode and was re-added to the opening credits.]] credits,]] replacing Gordy despite the fact that he'd been firmly established as one of the series tritagonists along with Cookie.
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This is very glaring because Monroe was originally intended as the mentor figure for the protagonists; on the other hand, as his prominence decreased, the other teachers became more developed. A bit of [[TruthInTelevision Truth In Television]]; this happens all the time in large schools when teachers only teach grade-level subjects
14th Aug '16 6:36:26 PM tigereye888
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** Also Mr. Monroe, who was listed in the opening credits in season one and appeared in every episode; he [[DemotedToExtra made only a few token appearances]] in season two, and vanished without a trace in season three. This is very glaring because Monroe was originally intended as the mentor figure for the protagonists; on the other hand, as his prominence decreased, the other teachers became more developed. A bit of [[TruthInTelevision Truth In Television]]; this happens all the time in large schools when teachers only teach grade-level subjects

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** Also Mr. Monroe, who Monroe is a very odd case. He was listed in the opening credits in season one and appeared in every episode; he [[DemotedToExtra made only a few token appearances]] in season two, and vanished without a trace in season three. [[TheBusCameBack Then he came back in a late episode and was re-added to the opening credits.]] This is very glaring because Monroe was originally intended as the mentor figure for the protagonists; on the other hand, as his prominence decreased, the other teachers became more developed. A bit of [[TruthInTelevision Truth In Television]]; this happens all the time in large schools when teachers only teach grade-level subjects
23rd Jun '16 1:47:45 PM Cailleach
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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: Two different episodes have subplots about Ned and Cookie respectively making art that they didn't intend. Ned paints a bunch of squiggly lines that look like an orange naked lady, and Cookie ties together a bunch of milk bottles that somehow ends up [[StatusQuoIsGod almost]] selling for ten thousand dollars before it's [[ItMakesSenseInContext ripped apart by a bunch of kids looking for recyclable materials.]]

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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: InUniverse. Two different episodes have subplots about Ned and Cookie respectively making art that they didn't intend. Ned paints a bunch of squiggly lines that look like an orange naked lady, and Cookie ties together a bunch of milk bottles that somehow ends up [[StatusQuoIsGod almost]] selling for ten thousand dollars before it's [[ItMakesSenseInContext ripped apart by a bunch of kids looking for recyclable materials.]]
23rd Jun '16 1:46:49 PM Cailleach
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* TrueArtIsIncomprehensible: Two different episodes have subplots about Ned and Cookie respectively making art that they didn't intend. Ned paints a bunch of squiggly lines that look like an orange naked lady, and Cookie ties together a bunch of milk bottles that somehow ends up [[StatusQuoIsGod almost]] selling for ten thousand dollars before it's [[ItMakesSenseInContext ripped apart by a bunch of kids looking for recyclable materials.]]
11th Jun '16 6:58:33 PM nombretomado
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Reruns nowadays on ''TeenNick''.

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Reruns nowadays on ''TeenNick''.
''Creator/TeenNick''.
12th May '16 1:27:16 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HandGagging: Moze and Ned do this to each other to prevent the other from telling Suzie about their kiss at the school dance the previous day in "Guide to: The Last Day" in order to ensure that they would be the first person to tell her.



* PuttingAHandOverHisMouth: Moze and Ned do this to each other to prevent the other from telling Suzie about their kiss at the school dance the previous day in "Guide to: The Last Day" in order to ensure that they would be the first person to tell her.
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