History Series / PeeWeesPlayhouse

31st May '16 5:39:21 PM Vahanisback
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* StockFootage: This show fell in love with this trope quite a bit, often leading to [[continuity errors TheyJustDidntCare]].

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* StockFootage: This show fell in love with this trope quite a bit, often leading to [[continuity errors TheyJustDidntCare]].[[TheyJustDidntCare continuity errors]].
31st May '16 5:38:53 PM Vahanisback
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* StockFootage: This show fell in love with this trope quite a bit, often leading to [[continuity errors TheyJustDidntCare]].
8th Feb '16 8:25:06 AM MarioandSmurfs
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* CrocodileTears: The Magic Screen does this to Pee Wee in the episode "Chairry-Tee Drive".
26th Jan '16 9:29:50 AM MarioandSmurfs
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* NotNowWereTooBusyCryingOverYou: In the episode "Reba Eats and Pterri Runs", the latter mentioned goes missing after having been reprimanded and picked on for the duration of the episode. Randy encourages him to run away, and Pterri comes to the realization that no one likes him. Pee-Wee sees the note Pterri wrote about his decision and him and the other characters go into mourning and begin blaming themselves for his departure. Pee-Wee begins gently sobbing after taking a look at a photo with him and Pterri together, and at that moment, gets a tap on the leg by Pterri, to which he responds, "Please, Pterri, not now."
16th Jan '16 2:00:15 PM MarioandSmurfs
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** Along with a smaller design of the Playhouse, several characters, such as Captain Carl, Mrs. Steve, Dixie, and the Salesman were all PutOnABus afterwards.
** The King of Cartoons (played by a different actor at the time) was originally introduced by Dixie the taxi driver (who played a solo on her trumper) and presented the cartoons through an old-fashioned projector, rather than a vintage television set, as used in later seasons.
** Globey and the Talking Fish had different designs.
** Jambi was blue instead of green.

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** Along **Along with a smaller design of the Playhouse, several characters, such as Captain Carl, Mrs. Steve, Dixie, and the Salesman were all PutOnABus afterwards.
** The **The King of Cartoons (played by a different actor at the time) was originally introduced by Dixie the taxi driver (who played a solo on her trumper) trumpet) and presented the cartoons through an old-fashioned projector, rather than a vintage television set, as used in later seasons.
** Globey **Globey and the Talking Fish had different designs.
** Jambi **Jambi was blue instead of green.
16th Jan '16 1:59:40 PM MarioandSmurfs
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The first season of the show is slightly different from the rest of the series:
**Along with a smaller design of the Playhouse, several characters, such as Captain Carl, Mrs. Steve, Dixie, and the Salesman were all PutOnABus afterwards.
**The King of Cartoons (played by a different actor at the time) was originally introduced by Dixie the taxi driver (who played a solo on her trumper) and presented the cartoons through an old-fashioned projector, rather than a vintage television set, as used in later seasons.
**Globey and the Talking Fish had different designs.
**Jambi was blue instead of green.
16th Jan '16 1:39:27 PM MarioandSmurfs
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* DreadfulMusician: Miss Yvonne is revealed to be a bad singer, as shown in the episode "Tons of Fun"
15th Dec '15 11:13:05 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* HairTriggerAvalanche: In the episode where they redecorating the Playhouse, Pee-wee looks into the fridge for something to serve with tea, but finds nothing. He notices that the food are in an avalanche area and they must be quiet. Pee-wee whispers that he promises to keep things quiet around the Playhouse, but it's part of the secret word ("house"), and of course, everyone screams. This triggers the avalanche and buries the food.

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* HairTriggerAvalanche: In the episode where they redecorating the Playhouse, Pee-wee looks into the fridge for something to serve with tea, but finds nothing. He notices that the food are in an avalanche area and they must be quiet. Pee-wee whispers that he promises to keep things quiet around the Playhouse, but it's part of the secret word ("house"), and of course, everyone screams. This triggers the avalanche and buries the food. All the sudden, Pee-Wee goes into a panic attack about the ''Snack Emergency'. And Magic Screen suggested she can go to the supermarket and get some snack. Pee-Wee wouldn't mind that Magic Screen goes grocery shopping.
-->*Alarm sounds*
-->'''Pee-Wee Herman:''' OH, NO! SNACK EMERGENCY! SNACK EMERGENCY!
-->'''Magic Screen:''' I can go to the Super Market and get some snack.
-->'''Pee-Wee Herman:''' You wouldn't mind?
-->'''Magic Screen:''' Not at all!
27th Nov '15 5:10:38 PM nombretomado
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In 1980, Creator/PaulReubens (after being turned down for a chance to be a ''SaturdayNightLive'' cast member[[note]]which, in hindsight, was a good thing, as Reubens auditioned to be on the 1980-1981 season of ''SNL'', which is, by and large, considered the weakest, most humorless season in ''SNL'''s 40 years on the air[[/note]]) created a stage show called ''Series/ThePeeWeeHermanShow'', parodying the children's live action TV shows of the 1950s and '60s, with a subversive, playfully risque twist. After a successful {{Creator/HBO}} comedy special and years of performance, Reubens teamed with Creator/TimBurton to create the movie ''Film/PeeWeesBigAdventure'', based on the title character. The surprise success of the movie got Creator/{{CBS}} interested in an animated version of the original stage show. Reubens eventually negotiated for a live-action version that was [[LighterAndSofter more kid-friendly]] than the HBO version, but [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar still had flashes of adult humor]].

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In 1980, Creator/PaulReubens (after being turned down for a chance to be a ''SaturdayNightLive'' ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' cast member[[note]]which, in hindsight, was a good thing, as Reubens auditioned to be on the 1980-1981 season of ''SNL'', which is, by and large, considered the weakest, most humorless season in ''SNL'''s 40 years on the air[[/note]]) created a stage show called ''Series/ThePeeWeeHermanShow'', parodying the children's live action TV shows of the 1950s and '60s, with a subversive, playfully risque twist. After a successful {{Creator/HBO}} comedy special and years of performance, Reubens teamed with Creator/TimBurton to create the movie ''Film/PeeWeesBigAdventure'', based on the title character. The surprise success of the movie got Creator/{{CBS}} interested in an animated version of the original stage show. Reubens eventually negotiated for a live-action version that was [[LighterAndSofter more kid-friendly]] than the HBO version, but [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar still had flashes of adult humor]].
6th Nov '15 2:04:55 PM Morgenthaler
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In 2011, Reubens staged a new [[ThePeeWeeHermanShowOnBroadway live show]] integrating elements from the original as well as the TV show. All five seasons (and the ChristmasEpisode) have been released on DVD and have been added to Netflix in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

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In 2011, Reubens staged a new [[ThePeeWeeHermanShowOnBroadway [[Theatre/ThePeeWeeHermanShowOnBroadway live show]] integrating elements from the original as well as the TV show. All five seasons (and the ChristmasEpisode) have been released on DVD and have been added to Netflix in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
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