History WesternAnimation / PepperAnn

19th Nov '15 2:19:05 PM jettadarkwynd
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**If you want to get technical however, Pepper Ann would be considered Jewish. In the Jewish religion, if your mother is Jewish, you are considered Jewish.
8th Oct '15 10:20:49 PM maxwellsilver
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* {{Homage}}: One subplot was one to TwelveAngryMen, involving Pepper Ann's mother as a RogueJuror. ** There was the episode "Myself, My Mother," which is an homage to ''FreakyFriday''.
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* {{Homage}}: One subplot was one to TwelveAngryMen, ''Film/TwelveAngryMen'', involving Pepper Ann's mother as a RogueJuror. ** There was the episode "Myself, My Mother," which is an homage to ''FreakyFriday''.''Film/FreakyFriday''.

* ItsAWonderfulPlot: Done on Valentine's Day and set up more like ''A Christmas Carol'' rather than ''ItsAWonderfulLife''.
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* ItsAWonderfulPlot: Done on Valentine's Day and set up more like ''A Christmas Carol'' rather than ''ItsAWonderfulLife''.''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife''.

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* ItsAWonderfulPlot: Done on Valentine's Day and set up more like ''A Christmas Carol'' rather than ''ItsAWonderfulLife''.JitterCam: While making a movie, Milo shakes the camera excessively during a scene of two characters sitting down to talk at a bowling alley. At first Pepper thinks there's something wrong with the VCR's tracking only for Milo to inform her he did it intentionally for "realism".
10th Aug '15 4:39:17 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* BlackBeadEyes
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* BlackBeadEyesBlackBeadEyes: Most of the cast.
1st Jul '15 11:59:43 PM erforce
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** [[{{Film/Titanic}} "ICEBERG, DEAD AHEAD!"]]
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** [[{{Film/Titanic}} [[{{Film/Titanic 1997}} "ICEBERG, DEAD AHEAD!"]]
26th Jan '15 12:26:16 PM tenryufan
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Though it's aged better than other examples.
11th Jan '15 6:56:50 AM Patachou
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** In "Cold Feet" a flashback shows a pregnant young Grandma planning to leave for a flight with Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper, but then she goes into labor before she can leave.
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** In "Cold Feet" a flashback shows a pregnant young Grandma planning to leave for a flight with Buddy Holly, Richie Valens Music/BuddyHolly, Music/RitchieValens and the Big Bopper, Music/TheBigBopper, but then she goes into labor before she can leave.
25th Oct '14 3:23:28 PM theladyfromplanetx
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** In "Manly Milo", Pepper Ann is trying to help Milo get more guy friends so she brings some "manly" items to help him develop more "masculine" traits. One of those items she's about to give him is an issue of "Playdude" with the words "pecs! pecs! pecs!" on the cover (if the viewer looks close enough) before she sheepishly says, "oh, how'd that get in there?" and tosses it over her shoulder.
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** In "Manly Milo", Pepper Ann is trying to help Milo get more guy friends so she brings some "manly" items to help him develop more "masculine" traits. One of those items she's about to give him is an issue of "Playdude" with a hunky man and the words "pecs! pecs! pecs!" on the cover (if the viewer looks close enough) before she sheepishly says, "oh, how'd that get in there?" and tosses it over her shoulder.
25th Oct '14 3:21:55 PM theladyfromplanetx
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** In "Manly Milo", Pepper Ann is trying to help Milo get more guy friends so she brings some "manly" items to help him develop more "masculine" traits. One of those items she's about to give him is an issue of "Playdude" with the words "pecs! pecs! pecs!" on the cover (if the viewer looks close enough) before she sheepishly says, "oh, how'd that get in there?" and tosses it over her shoulder.
15th Sep '14 10:01:43 PM CaptainYesterday
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'''''Pepper Ann''''' is a [[TheNineties 1990s]] Disney-created SaturdayMorningCartoon that ran on ABC's ''OneSaturdayMorning'' from 1997-2001. It centers on Pepper Ann, a 12-year-old girl and her other classmates. Her parents are divorced; she lives with her mother and younger sister "Moose." With her two best friends, Nicky and Milo, she goes through a reasonably plausible series of junior high adventures. The series was inspired by short multi-paneled comic strips about Pepper Ann, which appeared intermittently in magazines geared at tween girls.
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'''''Pepper Ann''''' is a [[TheNineties 1990s]] Disney-created SaturdayMorningCartoon that ran on in ABC's ''OneSaturdayMorning'' block from 1997-2001. It centers on Pepper Ann, a 12-year-old girl Pepper Ann "P.A." Pearson, her family, friends, and her other classmates. Her schoolmates. Pepper Ann's parents are divorced; divorced, and she lives with her mother and younger sister "Moose." With Nicky, a smart and soft-spoken violinist, and Milo, an aspiring artist are her two best friends, Nicky and Milo, friends with whom she goes through a reasonably plausible humorous and entertaining series of junior high adventures. adventures wherein she faces obstacles, enemies, and choices, and comes out right in the end. The show was aimed at young and tween girls, and thus features several strong female protagonists. Pepper Ann herself is sharp and spontaneous, with a vivid imagination. Various episodes feature elaborate fantasy sequences that help her sort out each episode's dilemma. Nicky is extremely mature; she is serious about school, her music, and her future, and is the only character to have a steady boyfriend. Pepper Ann's mother Lydia is hard-working but loving; some episodes deal frankly with the strain and challenges she faces as a single parent. And Moose, Pepper Ann's sister, is a confident tomboy. Much of the action takes place at Hazelnut Middle School, where various cliques and characters, including [[SpoiledBrat Trinket]], [[PuppyLove obligatory crush Craig Bean]], and [[UnrequitedLoveSwitcheroo sometimes love-interest for Milo]] Gwen Mezro as well as a wacky cast of teachers and administrators. As is typical for a kids' show of its time, the episodes cover a wide variety of topics, from lighthearted plots like crushes, zits, and video games, to more serious issues of divorce and disappointment. The series was inspired adapted by Sue Rose from short multi-paneled comic strips about Pepper Ann, which appeared she created and published intermittently in magazines geared at tween girls. ''YM Magazine'' in the early 1990s.

* NoodleImplements: The one prank Pepper and Milo attempted to pull which got them, and Nicki (who was trying to stop them), sent to boot camp. We don't know what they were planning, but it involved the gym, basketballs, and somehow, they managed to convince Alex Trebek to help them out.
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* NoodleImplements: The one prank Pepper and Milo attempted to pull which got them, and Nicki Nicky (who was trying to stop them), sent to boot camp. We don't know what they were planning, but it involved the gym, basketballs, and somehow, they managed to convince Alex Trebek to help them out.
24th Aug '14 8:26:21 AM NowhereLad
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* TookAThirdOption: When it was time to elect a student body president, the campaign degraded into a mudslinging contest between P.A. and her rival Alice Kane. On the day the votes were counted, Principal Hickey noted that despite the revitalized participation of the students in this recent election, the winner was [[spoiler: joke candidate MarkHamill. When the girls demand a recount, Nicky reveals she was the reason why Hamill won by way of raising support for him behind the scenes. P.A. points out how Nicky had been complaining about no one taking elections seriously and how the candidates should focus on the issues, and Nicky counters with a speech about how she used her right to vote to form a protest campaign against P.A. and Alice Kane for the way they turned the election into a petty grudge match. Even Hickey agrees Nicky and tells the girls they should be ashamed of themselves.]]
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