History WesternAnimation / Fillmore

21st Apr '18 11:12:48 PM dfegregreggvf
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21st Apr '18 11:11:44 PM dfegregreggvf
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21st Apr '18 5:40:06 PM nombretomado
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* ConsultingAConvictedKiller: The episode "To Mar a Stall" is one big ShoutOut to ''SilenceOfTheLambs''. In it, Fillmore consults with Randall the Vandal, who is kept in a permanent state of detention, in order to gain insight into the mind of the mystery vandal 'Stainless'.

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* ConsultingAConvictedKiller: The episode "To Mar a Stall" is one big ShoutOut to ''SilenceOfTheLambs''.''Film/TheSilenceOfTheLambs''. In it, Fillmore consults with Randall the Vandal, who is kept in a permanent state of detention, in order to gain insight into the mind of the mystery vandal 'Stainless'.
19th Apr '18 2:44:18 PM Isaac_Heller
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%%* SoulBrotha: Fillmore

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\n%%* * SoulBrotha: FillmoreFillmore, quite often.
19th Apr '18 2:43:00 PM Isaac_Heller
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* DisproportionateRetribution: The culprit of "Field Trip of the Just" gets one of the harsher punishments in the series, despite being one of the more sympathetic culprits. On the other hand, the crime of the episode (poisoning a beloved lab pet to where people didn't know if it would recover) was also one of the more serious crimes by this show's standards.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: The culprit of "Field Trip of the Just" gets one of the harsher punishments in the series, despite being one of the more sympathetic culprits. On the other hand, the crime of the episode (poisoning a beloved lab pet to where people didn't know if it would recover) was also one of the more serious crimes by this show's standards.standards, but earlier it was made clear that the harshness of the punishment was only because Principal Folsom took the crime personally due to having a pet spider herself when she was a young girl.



** Same episode: the plot revolves around toilets being graffitied, and types of art. One pretentious character remarks, when busted "Yes! I draw toilets. Beautiful toilets. The perfect marriage of form and function, of style and substance, of water and porcelain." There's a very famous (and originally very controversial) piece known as [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible the Fountain]], a urinal tagged with ''R Mutt.'' The original was destroyed, but remains immortalized in a photograph. One wonders how much the writers and animators were making a tribute to their art history classes...

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** Same episode: the plot revolves around toilets being graffitied, and types of art. One pretentious character remarks, when busted "Yes! I draw toilets. Beautiful toilets. The perfect marriage of form and function, of style and substance, of water and porcelain." There's a very famous (and originally very controversial) piece known as [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible the Fountain]], Fountain, a urinal tagged with ''R Mutt.'' The original was destroyed, but remains immortalized in a photograph. One wonders how much the writers and animators were making a tribute to their art history classes...
19th Apr '18 2:41:48 PM Isaac_Heller
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** Same episode: the plot revolves around toilets being graffitied, and types of art. One pretentious character remarks, when busted "Yes! I draw toilets. Beautiful toilets. The perfect marriage of form and function, of style and substance, of water and porcelain." There's a very famous (and originally very controversial) piece known as [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible the Fountain]], a urinal tagged with ''R Mutt.'' The original was destroyed, but remains immortalized in a photograph. [[GeniusBonus One wonders how much the writers and animators were making a tribute to their art history classes...]]

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** Same episode: the plot revolves around toilets being graffitied, and types of art. One pretentious character remarks, when busted "Yes! I draw toilets. Beautiful toilets. The perfect marriage of form and function, of style and substance, of water and porcelain." There's a very famous (and originally very controversial) piece known as [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible the Fountain]], a urinal tagged with ''R Mutt.'' The original was destroyed, but remains immortalized in a photograph. [[GeniusBonus One wonders how much the writers and animators were making a tribute to their art history classes...]]
19th Apr '18 2:41:15 PM Isaac_Heller
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* DisproportionateRetribution: The culprit of "Field Trip of the Just" gets one of the harsher punishments in the series, despite being one of the more sympathetic culprits. On the other hand, the crime of the episode (poisoning a beloved lab pet to where people didn't know if it would recover) was also one of the more serious crimes.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: The culprit of "Field Trip of the Just" gets one of the harsher punishments in the series, despite being one of the more sympathetic culprits. On the other hand, the crime of the episode (poisoning a beloved lab pet to where people didn't know if it would recover) was also one of the more serious crimes. crimes by this show's standards.



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* ShaggyDogStory: For the culprit who poisoned the lab spider in "Field Trip of the Just" [[spoiler: since she thought it would make her crush happy since he always complained about taking care of it for the teacher while he actually loved it and just complained for the sake of keeping up his rep. When she finds out, she's horrified]].

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* ShaggyDogStory: For the culprit who poisoned the lab spider in "Field Trip of the Just" [[spoiler: since she thought it would make her crush happy since he always complained about taking care of it for the teacher while he actually loved it and just complained for the sake of keeping up his rep. When she finds out, [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone she's horrified]].horrified]]]].
5th Apr '18 1:40:10 PM broncos187
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* TheBadGuyWins: Discussed at the end of "Test of the Tested" where while they got the tests back, the perp got what they wanted too: [[spoiler: Elliot got the attention of his crush, who protested against the test and was flattered.]]

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* TheBadGuyWins: Discussed at the end of "Test of the Tested" where while they got the tests back, the perp got what they wanted too: [[spoiler: Elliot got only stole the tests in the first place to get the attention of his crush, who protested against the test and test. When she found out, she was flattered.]]
6th Jan '18 9:03:09 PM Aeliren85
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* WhoseLaughingNow: [[spoiler:Grover Brady]], [[spoiler:Becca Baccadero]], [[spoiler:Wilbur]] and [[spoiler:Stella Valenzia]] made a pact while in detention and formed a "bully payback squad" to turn the tables on the people who have bullied them time and time again.

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* WhoseLaughingNow: WhosLaughingNow: [[spoiler:Grover Brady]], [[spoiler:Becca Baccadero]], [[spoiler:Wilbur]] and [[spoiler:Stella Valenzia]] made a pact while in detention and formed a "bully payback squad" to turn the tables on the people who have bullied them time and time again.
6th Jan '18 9:02:49 PM Aeliren85
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* WhoseLaughingNow: [[spoiler:Grover Brady]], [[spoiler:Becca Baccadero]], [[spoiler:Wilbur]] and [[spoiler:Stella Valenzia]] made a pact while in detention and formed a "bully payback squad" to turn the tables on the people who have bullied them time and time again.



** Additionally in the episode featuring the "bully payback squad."
-->"It's clean. The girl's bathroom is clean! Why is the boy's room such a pit?! It smells like lavender in here. I love lavender!" {{Beat}} "I'll be outside."

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** Additionally in the episode featuring the "bully payback squad."
-->"It's
"A Dark Score Evened":
-->'''O'Farrell:''' "It's
clean. The girl's bathroom is clean! Why is the boy's room such a pit?! It smells like lavender in here. I love lavender!" {{Beat}} "I'll be outside."
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