History Series / PeeWeesPlayhouse

16th Apr '18 7:58:32 PM AngieYaz
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-->'''Pee-wee:''' STOP ALL THAT SCREAMING! CAN'T YOU PEOPLE HAVE ANY CONSIDERATION?!!

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-->'''Pee-wee:''' STOP ALL THAT SCREAMING! CAN'T YOU PEOPLE HAVE ANY A LITTLE CONSIDERATION?!!
15th Apr '18 12:18:18 PM AngieYaz
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* NotEvilJustMisunderstood: Roger the Monster and Zyzzybalubah the Alien. Roger was always friendly but looked scary and was literally misunderstood thanks to a language barrier, but Zyzzy actually ''is'' rather villainous (ironically, he is similar to Lord Zedd and Rita Repulsa on ''Mighty Morphin Power Rangers'') until Pee-wee finds out he's just lonely and wants friends to change that, but has no idea how to go about making them because everyone on his planet hates him.

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* NotEvilJustMisunderstood: Roger the Monster and Zyzzybalubah the Alien. Roger was always friendly but looked scary and was literally misunderstood thanks to a language barrier, but Zyzzy actually ''is'' rather villainous (ironically, he is similar to Lord Zedd and Rita Repulsa on ''Mighty Morphin Power Rangers'') ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'') until Pee-wee finds out he's just lonely and wants friends to change that, but has no idea how to go about making them because everyone on his planet hates him.
15th Apr '18 11:51:36 AM AngieYaz
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* BenevolentGenie: Jambi, who could grant Pee-wee (or whoever Pee-wee gave the wish to) one wish per day.

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* BenevolentGenie: Jambi, who could grant Pee-wee (or whoever Pee-wee gave the wish to) one wish per day. The episode "Sick? Did Someone Say Sick?" reveals that the real reason why Jambi grants people only one wish per day is because his power is finite; too many wishes granted causes him to lose his power and suffer a form of burnout.


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* SilenceYouFool: Twice this has occurred, both times with anger. The first time is in "Playhouse in Outer Space" (when Zyzzy says this to Pee-wee to get him t listen to his demands), and the second time is when the gang is playing a hyper-realistic version of library.
15th Apr '18 11:44:28 AM AngieYaz
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* CuteMachines: Conky 2000, Magic Screen and the Exercise Belt,

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* CuteMachines: Conky 2000, Magic Screen and the Exercise Belt,Belt.



* DrunkWithPower: By extension of this being his playhouse, any time the gang does a role playing game, Pee-wee assumes the main role of 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 extremes, where he acts borderline tyrannical and gives everyone else the "lesser positions" (such as quiet readers in "Love That Story" and airline passengers in "Rebarella"). His treatment of his friends in some of these games becomes so abusive and out of control that he practically treats them like slaves. An example is that after screaming for silence from everyone in his "library", he commands Miss Yvonne to alphabetize a large stack of books as punishment for failure to pay for an overdue book.

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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 main role of 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 extremes, where he acts borderline tyrannical and gives everyone else the "lesser positions" (such as quiet readers in "Love That Story" and airline passengers in "Rebarella"). His treatment of his friends in some of these games becomes so abusive and out of control that he practically treats them like slaves. An example is that after screaming for silence from everyone in his "library", he commands Miss Yvonne to alphabetize a large stack of books as punishment for failure to pay for an overdue book.book; she is still doing this even long after the game is over.
15th Apr '18 11:43:16 AM AngieYaz
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* CuteMachines: Conky 2000, Magic Screen and the Exercise Belt,



** Along with a smaller design of the Playhouse, several characters, such as Captain Carl, Mrs. Steve, Dixie, and the Salesman were all PutOnABus afterwards.

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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. Also, Conky had more noticeable buzzing and whirring sounds in the first season and stuttered more often.
15th Apr '18 9:07:07 AM AngieYaz
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* DreadfulMusician / VocalDissonance: Miss Yvonne is revealed to be a bad singer, as shown in the episode "Tons of Fun".
* 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 the "lesser positions" (such as quiet readers in "Love That Story" and airline passengers in "Rebarella"). His treatment of his friends in some of these games becomes so abusive and out of control that he practically treats them like slaves. An example is after screaming for silence from everyone in his "library", he commands Miss Yvonne to alphabetize a large stack of books as punishment for failure to pay for an overdue book.

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* DreadfulMusician / VocalDissonance: Miss Yvonne is revealed to be a bad singer, as shown in the episode "Tons of Fun".
Fun". Conky is also revealed to be a ''very'' bad singer in "Just Another Day" (while he can play the guitar rather well, his "singing" is really just him talking),
* DrunkWithPower: By extension of this being his playhouse, any time the gang does a role playing game, Pee-wee assumes the main role of 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, extremes, where he acts borderline tyrannical and gives everyone else the "lesser positions" (such as quiet readers in "Love That Story" and airline passengers in "Rebarella"). His treatment of his friends in some of these games becomes so abusive and out of control that he practically treats them like slaves. An example is that after screaming for silence from everyone in his "library", he commands Miss Yvonne to alphabetize a large stack of books as punishment for failure to pay for an overdue book.
14th Apr '18 12:07:22 PM AngieYaz
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* RobotBuddy: Conky. Especially hilarious in that he foreshadows RADAR in the first episode (Cpt Carl is lost at sea and Conky, Magic Screen and Globey all team up to track/locate him to save his life). In "Just Another Day", Pee-wee asked Conky "How's my favorite robot today?", with this line revealing that they're very good friends. Later, in "The Cowboy and the Cowntess", they prepare French toast together. This is further proven in ''Conky's Breakdown'', when Herman is unsure of what to do to save his friend until Globey asks him about the owner's manual he had received. He then attempts to fix Conky himself before calling the authorized repairman. In "Pajama Party", Herman asks Conky to turn out the lights when it's bedtime. He does so, with Herman thanking his friend and bidding him good night.

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* RobotBuddy: Conky. Especially hilarious in that he foreshadows RADAR in the first episode (Cpt Carl is lost at sea and Conky, Magic Screen and Globey all team up to track/locate him to save his life). In "Just Another Day", Pee-wee Herman asked Conky "How's my favorite robot today?", with this line revealing that they're very good friends. Later, in "The Cowboy and the Cowntess", they prepare French toast together. This is further proven in ''Conky's Breakdown'', when Herman is unsure of what to do to save his friend until Globey asks him about the owner's manual he had received. He then attempts to fix Conky himself before calling the authorized repairman. In "Pajama Party", Herman asks Conky to turn out the lights when it's bedtime. He does so, with Herman thanking his friend and bidding him good night.
14th Apr '18 11:59:57 AM AngieYaz
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* RobotBuddy: Conky. Especially hilarious in that he foreshadows RADAR in the first episode (Cpt Carl is lost at sea and Conky, Magic Screen and Globey all team up to track/locate him to save his life).
** Magic Screen, in kind of a cute and special way. In the first episode she foreshadows GPS when Cpt. Carl is lost at sea, and in some episodes can play games with Pee-Wee and the others, such as checkers and tic-tac-toe.

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* RobotBuddy: Conky. Especially hilarious in that he foreshadows RADAR in the first episode (Cpt Carl is lost at sea and Conky, Magic Screen and Globey all team up to track/locate him to save his life).
life). In "Just Another Day", Pee-wee asked Conky "How's my favorite robot today?", with this line revealing that they're very good friends. Later, in "The Cowboy and the Cowntess", they prepare French toast together. This is further proven in ''Conky's Breakdown'', when Herman is unsure of what to do to save his friend until Globey asks him about the owner's manual he had received. He then attempts to fix Conky himself before calling the authorized repairman. In "Pajama Party", Herman asks Conky to turn out the lights when it's bedtime. He does so, with Herman thanking his friend and bidding him good night.
** Magic Screen, in kind of a cute and special way. In the first episode she foreshadows GPS when Cpt. Carl is lost at sea, and in some episodes can play games with Pee-Wee and the others, such as checkers and tic-tac-toe. She even plays video.
9th Apr '18 8:26:13 PM AngieYaz
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* EveryEpisodeEnding: Each episode ended with Pee-wee taking off on his motor scooter, with seasons 2 and beyond having him wear a one-eyed-monster helmet, and flying past Mt. Rushmore.

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* EveryEpisodeEnding: Each episode ended with Pee-wee taking off on his motor scooter, scooter to parts and places unknown, with seasons 2 and beyond having him wear a one-eyed-monster helmet, and flying past Mt. Rushmore.
9th Apr '18 9:09:20 AM AngieYaz
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* NotEvilJustMisunderstood: Roger the Monster and Zyzzybalubah the Alien. Roger was always friendly but looked scary and was literally misunderstood thanks to a language barrier, but Zyzzy actually ''is'' rather villainous (ironically, he is similar to Lord Zedd and Rita Repulsa on ''[[Mighty Morphin Power Rangers]]'') until Pee-wee finds out he's just lonely and wants friends to change that, but has no idea how to go about making them because everyone on his planet hates him.

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* NotEvilJustMisunderstood: Roger the Monster and Zyzzybalubah the Alien. Roger was always friendly but looked scary and was literally misunderstood thanks to a language barrier, but Zyzzy actually ''is'' rather villainous (ironically, he is similar to Lord Zedd and Rita Repulsa on ''[[Mighty ''Mighty Morphin Power Rangers]]'') Rangers'') until Pee-wee finds out he's just lonely and wants friends to change that, but has no idea how to go about making them because everyone on his planet hates him.
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