History TearJerker / Recess

24th Sep '17 6:21:52 PM Monolaf317
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* Just the thought of what would have happened had the gang been split up after the breaking of that statue. Spinelli and Vince would have let their more negative traits get the best of them without TJ to balance them out, Gretchen would have skipped out elementary, middle and maybe even high school and had ''no'' friends and Mikey and Gus might not even have survived until high school. Only TJ would have made it out okay...and that's almost worse!

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* Just the thought of what would have happened had the gang been split up after the breaking of that statue.statue in "Biggest Trouble Ever". Spinelli and Vince would have let their more negative traits get the best of them without TJ to balance them out, Gretchen would have skipped out elementary, middle and maybe even high school and had ''no'' friends and Mikey and Gus might not even have survived until high school. Only TJ would have made it out okay... and that's almost worse!
16th Aug '17 1:04:03 AM BronyoftheOctaves
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* "Pharaoh Bob" is this when you think about it. King Bob becomes a bit shaken at the fact he'll be forgotten after he stops being King of the Playground so he forces the students to build a pyramid (and becoming a jerk in the process). After said pyramid is destroyed by the rain (due to it being made out of mud and not stone), he's confronted by Gretchen and laments how he simply wants to be remembered and not forgotten.
6th Jun '17 1:38:10 PM ThorfinnRowle
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* Mikey discovering that Ms. Salimony is engaged in "The Voice" after developing feelings toward her is very sad to watch. The poor kid almost gave up singing after this.
** At the end of the episode he sings "Nobody Knows the Troubles I've Seen" while gazing longingly at Ms. Salimony. It's hard to watch the scene without shedding a tear.
30th Mar '17 11:17:29 AM Monolaf317
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* When Principal Prickly is hypnotized to believe he's a kid in "The Hypnotist", the other kids have fun with this at first, but then gently break it to him that he's not a kid. [[IRejectYourReality He doesn't take it well]].

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* When Principal Prickly is hypnotized to believe he's a kid in "The Hypnotist", the other kids have fun with this at first, but then gently break it to him that he's not a kid. [[IRejectYourReality He doesn't take it well]].well]].
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29th Dec '16 5:43:57 PM Wingnut
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* When Principal Prickly is hypnotize to believe he's a kid in "The Hypnotist", the other kids have fun with this at first, but then gently break it to him that he's not a kid. [[IRejectYourReality He doesn't take it well]].

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* When Principal Prickly is hypnotize hypnotized to believe he's a kid in "The Hypnotist", the other kids have fun with this at first, but then gently break it to him that he's not a kid. [[IRejectYourReality He doesn't take it well]].
29th Dec '16 5:42:00 PM Wingnut
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* The way Ms. Finster reacts to Principal Prickly's promotion in "Prickly is Leaving" is very sad to watch. Especially when she tells the main six that she refuses to do anything that might disuade him from leaving because she cares about him and wants him to be happy.

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* The way Ms. Finster reacts to Principal Prickly's promotion in "Prickly is Leaving" is very sad to watch. Especially when she tells the main six that she refuses to do anything that might disuade him from leaving because she cares about him and wants him to be happy.happy.
* When Principal Prickly is hypnotize to believe he's a kid in "The Hypnotist", the other kids have fun with this at first, but then gently break it to him that he's not a kid. [[IRejectYourReality He doesn't take it well]].
29th Aug '16 4:20:44 PM creader
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* Principal Prickly's speech in TheMovie which manages to convince TJ not to give up saving summer vacation, while revealing the fact that Prickly himself was once a care free kid just like TJ.
--> '''Prickly:''' "I'll let you in on a little secret, Detweiller. Every adult you've ever known was a kid at sometime in his life. You think we don't remember summer vacation? Riding our bikes down the creek. Catching polliwogs in a jar. Camping out under the stars. Well you're wrong! Sometimes I sit there in my office, looking out at you kids in the playground and I think, "They don't know how good they got it. In a few years, they'll be grownups like me and all those good times will be memories for them, too". So go ahead. Put a whoopie-cushion in my chair. Put fake vomit on my carpet. Make fun of my "big, saggy butt". But don't ever say I don't care about summer vacation, 'cause those memories are the last part of childhood I got left."
** Not to mention TJ's and Prickley's conversation at the end of the movie, with the villains quest foiled, Prickley having reconnected to his own past as a passionate educator, and TJ rushing off to spend the rest of the summer with his friends, not to mention Prickley THANKING TJ for dragging him into the whole mess in the first place.
--> '''Prickley''' See, I didnt get into teaching for the promotions or the pension plans, or to get to the golf course by 3:45. I... did it because I wanted to help you kids. I'd forgotten that... until today.

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* Principal Prickly's speech in TheMovie which manages to convince TJ not to give up saving summer vacation, while revealing the fact that Prickly himself was once a care free kid just like TJ.
--> '''Prickly:''' "I'll let you in on a little secret, Detweiller. Every adult you've ever known was a kid at sometime in his life. You think we don't remember summer vacation? Riding our bikes down the creek. Catching polliwogs in a jar. Camping out under the stars. Well you're wrong! Sometimes I sit there in my office, looking out at you kids in the playground and I think, "They don't know how good they got it. In a few years, they'll be grownups like me and all those good times will be memories for them, too". So go ahead. Put a whoopie-cushion in my chair. Put fake vomit on my carpet. Make fun of my "big, saggy butt". But don't ever say I don't care about summer vacation, 'cause those memories are the last part of childhood I got left."
** Not to mention TJ's and Prickley's conversation at the end of the movie, with the villains quest foiled, Prickley having reconnected to his own past as a passionate educator, and TJ rushing off to spend the rest of the summer with his friends, not to mention Prickley THANKING TJ for dragging him into the whole mess in the first place.
--> '''Prickley''' See, I didnt get into teaching for the promotions or the pension plans, or to get to the golf course by 3:45. I... did it because I wanted to help you kids. I'd forgotten that... until today.
21st Jun '16 10:08:40 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* When the end credits roll.....and you realize that the episode you finished was the last episode out of the entire series. Knowing that series like this has ended will make more than a few people cry. Especially poignant knowing that this is one of the few series that has both an adult and child fanbase, because it's just so damn GOOD!
27th Jan '16 5:53:02 PM ThorfinnRowle
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* Just the thought of what would have happened had the gang been split up after the breaking of that statue. Spinelli and Vince would have let their more negative traits get the best of them without TJ to balance them out, Gretchen would have skipped out elementary, middle and maybe even high school and had ''no'' friends and Mikey and Gus might not even have survived until high school. Only TJ would have made it out okay...and that's almost worse!

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* Just the thought of what would have happened had the gang been split up after the breaking of that statue. Spinelli and Vince would have let their more negative traits get the best of them without TJ to balance them out, Gretchen would have skipped out elementary, middle and maybe even high school and had ''no'' friends and Mikey and Gus might not even have survived until high school. Only TJ would have made it out okay...and that's almost worse!worse!
* The way Ms. Finster reacts to Principal Prickly's promotion in "Prickly is Leaving" is very sad to watch. Especially when she tells the main six that she refuses to do anything that might disuade him from leaving because she cares about him and wants him to be happy.
3rd Jul '14 6:20:14 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* When the end credits roll.....and you realize that the episode you finished was the last episode out of the entire series. Knowing that series like this has ended will make more than a few people cry. Especially poignant knowing that this is one of the few series that has both an adult and child fanbase, because it's just so damn GOOD!

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* When the end credits roll.....and you realize that the episode you finished was the last episode out of the entire series. Knowing that series like this has ended will make more than a few people cry. Especially poignant knowing that this is one of the few series that has both an adult and child fanbase, because it's just so damn GOOD!GOOD!
* Just the thought of what would have happened had the gang been split up after the breaking of that statue. Spinelli and Vince would have let their more negative traits get the best of them without TJ to balance them out, Gretchen would have skipped out elementary, middle and maybe even high school and had ''no'' friends and Mikey and Gus might not even have survived until high school. Only TJ would have made it out okay...and that's almost worse!
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