History WesternAnimation / Fillmore

4th Feb '17 7:31:09 PM Xydux
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** In the model train episode, a subplot is focused on the death of Fillmore's goldfish. The goldfish is named "[[Music/TheloniusMonk Thelonius]]." Later, he gets a replacement, and calls it "[[Music/MilesDavis Miles]]."
31st Jan '17 12:14:13 AM foxley
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* ClockKing: The villain in "Play On, Maestro, Play On" orchestrates crimes that rely on absolute precision timing.
31st Jan '17 12:07:34 AM foxley
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* NinjaLog: In "Play On, Maestro, Play On", Fillmore goes to tackle the Ultra-Box thief on to find thief has somehow put his jacket, wig and tray on a dummy.
26th Jan '17 9:56:15 PM foxley
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* CrazyPrepared: The villain in "Play On, Maestro, Play On" has contingencies for just about everything. This includes a trap that springs when he picks up his coat if the Safety Patrol should happen to capture him in his hideout.
26th Jan '17 9:49:12 PM foxley
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* AwesomeMcCoolname: Cornelius Fillmore. Ingrid Third.



%%* BalloonBelly: Joyce in "Of Slain Kings on Checkered Fields".
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Cornelius Fillmore. Ingrid Third.

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%%* * BalloonBelly: Joyce in "Of Slain Kings on Checkered Fields".
Fields" after she attempts to break Fillmore's sloppy joe eating record.
* AwesomeMcCoolname: Cornelius Fillmore. BathroomBreakOut: In "Of Slain Kings on Checkered Fields", Checkmatey gets away from Ingrid Third.by going to the bathroom, turning on the shower, and climbing out the window.
9th Jan '17 2:13:52 PM foxley
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* PetsHomageName: Fillmore has a goldfish named Thelonius (after jazz musician Thelonius Monk). After Thelonious dies, he is replaced by a goldfish named Miles (after Miles Davis).
8th Jan '17 1:27:39 PM EnglishGuruLady
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* GranolaGirl: Stella Valencia from "A Dark Score Evened," who is so passionate about vegetarianism that she seems to protest the cafeteria food 24 hours a day.
** One of the members of X Middle School's alternative art club, The Starving Renoirs, is one of these. She makes projects from clay made of oatmeal hummus and unshelled buckwheat, dresses in stereotypical clothes, and doesn't believe in indoor plumbing.


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* SoapboxSadie: X Middle School has a few. Enid Quintara is passionate about ending the SATTY-9 test, to the point of protesting in front of Folsom's office. Stella Valencia, a militant vegetarian from "A Dark Score Evened," is the same way.


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26th Dec '16 5:21:06 PM EnglishGuruLady
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**When they find a perp, one of the two main characters, usually Fillmore, will often say, "It's over ____."
**When frustrated or upset, Fillmore says, "Dog" or "Snap."
**Occasionally, Ingrid will exclaim, "Ginchy" when she's onto something.
9th Dec '16 6:07:05 AM darkchiefy
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* AMacGuffinFullOfMoney: The briefcase full of smoits (tokens found on dairy bars and packets of chips and used to buy basically anything a kid could want once enough of them are saved up) serves this function "The Currency of Doubt".

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* AMacGuffinFullOfMoney: The briefcase full of smoits smites (tokens found on dairy bars and packets of chips and used to buy basically anything a kid could want once enough of them are saved up) serves this function "The Currency of Doubt".Doubt".
* MiniGolfEpisode: The episode "The Nineteenth Hole is a Shallow Grave" is dedicated to Fillmore (who was an excellent mini-golf player in his delinquent days) going undercover when mini-golf players at the school appear to be throwing their matches.
12th Nov '16 3:28:52 AM PaulA
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* InspirationNod: The theme naming, in which the characters' names are streets in San Francisco, acknowledges the show's debt to the archetypal police procedural series ''Series/TheStreetsOfSanFrancisco'', complete with the Quinn Martin-esque announcements ("Today's Episode: 'Immune To All But Justice'!") - and the Quinn Martin-esque episode titles (put the likes of "Next Stop, Armageddon" and "The Nineteenth Hole Is A Shallow Grave" in among the likes of "Image In A Cracked Mirror" and "Wind It Up And It Betrays You" and it would be hard for non-buffs to tell which were from the cartoon and which weren't[[note]]the latter two were from ''Barnaby Jones'' and ''The FBI'', if you're wondering[[/note]]). Incidentally, ''The Streets Of San Francisco'' really did do an episode called "School Of Fear".



** This is a pun[=/=]ShoutOut in its own right, since ''Series/TheStreetsOfSanFrancisco'' is the archetype of the genre that ''{{Fillmore}}'' so lovingly parodies, complete with the Quinn Martin-esque announcements ("Today's Episode: 'Immune To All But Justice'!") - and the Quinn Martin-esque episode titles (put the likes of "Next Stop, Armageddon" and "The Nineteenth Hole Is A Shallow Grave" in among the likes of "Image In A Cracked Mirror" and "Wind It Up And It Betrays You" and it would be hard for non-buffs to tell which were from the cartoon and which weren't[[note]]the latter two were from ''Barnaby Jones'' and ''The FBI'', if you're wondering[[/note]]). Incidentally, ''The Streets Of San Francisco'' really did do an episode called "School Of Fear."
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