History Series / PeeWeesPlayhouse

2nd Jan '17 5:46:48 PM jasonbres
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* ThoseTwoGuys:
** The talking Fish often make snide remarks followed by a cackle, not unlike two certain Muppet curmudgeons.
** Pterri and Globey often hang out together.
29th Dec '16 5:30:29 PM jasonbres
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* ClipShow: This show had two of them, one in the fourth season finale centered on Cowboy Curtis and another one serving as the series finale.
2nd Dec '16 10:55:08 PM MHarrington
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** Also, Reba in "Rebarella", after she receives a beauty makeover from Ms. Yvonne, in which she wears a bouffant wig like Yvonne, as well as wears one of the latter's dresses.


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* SheCleansUpNicely: Reba in "Rebarella", after she receives a beauty makeover from Ms. Yvonne, in which she wears a bouffant wig like Yvonne, as well as wears one of the latter's dresses.
26th Nov '16 12:00:33 PM MHarrington
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** Actually, this is somewhat zig-zagged in other episodes when another character does something wrong and Pee-wee reprimands them for it, such as when Randy tries to take over the show and annoy everyone: Pee-wee tells him, sternly yet solemnly, to apologize to everyone and promise never do it again.

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** Actually, this if that's even possible, Pee-wee's Flanderization is somewhat zig-zagged in other episodes when another character character, such as Randy, does something wrong wrong, and Pee-wee reprimands them him for it, such it in a solemn tone and with as much restraint as someone with his mannerisms is capable of. An example of this is when Randy tries to take over speed up the show baking of homemade bread in the oven by raising the temperature from 350 to 700 degrees, and annoy everyone: Pee-wee tells him, sternly yet solemnly, almost starts a fire in the playhouse because of it!
--->'''Randy:''' Is the bread ready yet?\\
'''Pee-wee:''' No, Randy, the bread is ''burned'' because ''somebody'' turned the temperature ''way up on the oven!'' Got any ideas on who might've done something ''stupid'' like that?\\
'''Randy:''' ''(sheepishly)'' Um... me?\\
'''Pee-wee:''' Randy, you know you're not supposed
to apologize to everyone and promise never touch the oven.\\
'''Randy:''' I
do it again.now.
21st Nov '16 11:49:48 PM MHarrington
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** Also, Reba in "Rebarella", after Ms. Yvonne gives her a beauty makeover.

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** Also, Reba in "Rebarella", after Ms. Yvonne gives her she receives a beauty makeover.makeover from Ms. Yvonne, in which she wears a bouffant wig like Yvonne, as well as wears one of the latter's dresses.
21st Nov '16 10:24:12 PM MHarrington
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** Also, Reba in "Rebarella".

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** Also, Reba in "Rebarella"."Rebarella", after Ms. Yvonne gives her a beauty makeover.
20th Nov '16 9:57:08 PM MHarrington
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* MsFanservice: Ms. Yvonne. One episode featured a "Super Pee-Wee" dream sequence in which she was pinned under a too-heavy barbell and needed rescuing; the barbell had ''taken the shape of her breasts!'' And yes, Super Pee-wee boasted X-ray vision among his other powers.

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* MsFanservice: Ms. Yvonne. One episode featured a "Super Pee-Wee" Pee-wee" dream sequence in which she was pinned under a too-heavy barbell and needed rescuing; the barbell had ''taken the shape of her breasts!'' And yes, Super Pee-wee boasted X-ray vision among his other powers.


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** Also, Reba in "Rebarella".
16th Nov '16 11:36:56 PM MHarrington
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* DrunkWithPower: By extension of this being his playhouse, any time the gang does a role playing game, Pee-wee assumes the authority figure to prove his point -- and exaggerates the role in question (a librarian in "Love That Story", a judge in "Heat Wave", and an office boss in "Let's Play Office", to name a few) to the extreme, where he acts borderline tyrannical and gives everyone else inferior position, to the point of almost treating them like slaves.

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* DrunkWithPower: By extension of this being his playhouse, any time the gang does a role playing game, Pee-wee assumes the authority figure to prove his point -- and exaggerates the role in question (a librarian in "Love That Story", a judge in "Heat Wave", and an office boss in "Let's Play Office", to name a few) to the extreme, where he acts borderline tyrannical and gives everyone else inferior position, positions, to the point of almost treating them like slaves.



* 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.

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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 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.
16th Nov '16 11:33:33 PM MHarrington
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* DrunkWithPower: In "Love That Story", they play library, with Pee-wee as head librarian, the duties of which he takes ''way'' too seriously, such as overcharging for a lost book and ordering everyone to keep quiet (as you should in a library) when they scream at the secret word (it is "end"). When anyone is making the slightest noise, in fact, he gives a DeathGlare to the offender while shushing them. See {{Flanderization}} below.

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* DrunkWithPower: In By extension of this being his playhouse, any time the gang does a role playing game, Pee-wee assumes the authority figure to prove his point -- and exaggerates the role in question (a librarian in "Love That Story", they play library, with Pee-wee as head librarian, a judge in "Heat Wave", and an office boss in "Let's Play Office", to name a few) to the duties of which extreme, where he takes ''way'' too seriously, such as overcharging for a lost book acts borderline tyrannical and ordering gives everyone to keep quiet (as you should in a library) when they scream at the secret word (it is "end"). When anyone is making the slightest noise, in fact, he gives a DeathGlare else inferior position, to the offender while shushing them. See {{Flanderization}} below.point of almost treating them like slaves.



* EarnYourHappyEnding: In the series finale (Playhouse for Sale), everybody is all upset about Pee-Wee supposedly selling the playhouse after discovering a "For Sale" sign. However, when Pee-Wee comes back, he replies that he is NOT selling the playhouse. It turns out that he had another sign that was loose which read "LEMONADE" (In other words, "LEMONADE FOR SALE!").

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: In the series finale (Playhouse for Sale), everybody is all understandably upset about Pee-Wee Pee-wee supposedly selling the playhouse after discovering a "For Sale" sign. However, when Pee-Wee comes back, he replies that he is NOT selling the playhouse. It turns out that he had another sign that was loose which read "LEMONADE" (In other words, "LEMONADE FOR SALE!").
11th Nov '16 11:59:29 PM MHarrington
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* ReversePsychology: In ''Open House'', Pee-wee tricks his friends into helping him clean up the playhouse by telling them he wants to do all the work himself and act like it's all fun.

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* ReversePsychology: In ''Open House'', "Open House", Pee-wee tricks his friends into helping him clean up the playhouse by telling them he wants to do all the work himself and act like it's all fun.



* SecretWord: At the start of every show Pee-Wee informed the audience what "the secret word for today is". He would try to make his guests say it, but they were not always that easily fooled and so sometimes Pee-Wee accidentally said it himself. When the secret word was said all children were allowed to "scream real loud" while in Pee-Wee's house itself an alarm went off.

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* SecretWord: At the start of every show Pee-Wee Pee-wee informed the audience what "the secret word for today is". He would try to make his guests say it, but they were not always that easily fooled and so sometimes Pee-Wee Pee-wee accidentally said it himself. When the secret word was said all children were allowed to "scream real loud" while in Pee-Wee's Pee-wee's house itself an alarm went off.
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