History WesternAnimation / Recess

30th Apr '17 2:43:02 PM nombretomado
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The series was notably the only show to premiere in the initial season of ''Disney's OneSaturdayMorning'' that would last the entirety of the block's run, going on well into the first two years of Creator/{{ABC}} Kids (''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' doesn't count, as it originally ran on ABC from 1988 to 91; they put in on to fulfill ABC stations' E/I quotas). It was also rerun the most out of all the shows on OneSaturdayMorning, pretty much being on all of Disney Channel's affiliates at one point or another. It was one of the few older shows to air on Creator/DisneyXD after ToonDisney shut down.

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The series was notably the only show to premiere in the initial season of ''Disney's OneSaturdayMorning'' that would last the entirety of the block's run, going on well into the first two years of Creator/{{ABC}} Kids (''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' doesn't count, as it originally ran on ABC from 1988 to 91; they put in on to fulfill ABC stations' E/I quotas). It was also rerun the most out of all the shows on OneSaturdayMorning, pretty much being on all of Disney Channel's affiliates at one point or another. It was one of the few older shows to air on Creator/DisneyXD after ToonDisney Creator/ToonDisney shut down.



* OhTheHumanity: Mikey says this in "Rainy Days". The soundclip was later re-used for the dodgeball game on the ToonDisney website.

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* OhTheHumanity: Mikey says this in "Rainy Days". The soundclip was later re-used for the dodgeball game on the ToonDisney Creator/ToonDisney website.



** Spinelli and Gus got this type of publicity during ''Recess'' promos on ToonDisney, overshadowing Mikey, Vince, Gretchen, and even T.J.. Though this is somewhat justified as Spinelli and Gus were only second behind T.J. as the most popular and iconic characters of the series (The three were the most prominant on every promotional item released since the 1990s), and it woudld've been too difficult for T.J. to get new dialogue written for the promos due to Andrew Lawrence's voice breaking (And possibly Myles Jeffrey's depending on when they were recorded), and it was easier with Gus and Spinelli because Courtland Mead's voice hadn't had broke yet for Gus, and Pamela Adlon was already an adult when she began voicing Spinelli so her voice would never have broken. Once Courtland Mead's voice broke, Spinelli took front-and-center on almost every promo for the show until ToonDisney's demise in 2009.

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** Spinelli and Gus got this type of publicity during ''Recess'' promos on ToonDisney, Creator/ToonDisney, overshadowing Mikey, Vince, Gretchen, and even T.J.. Though this is somewhat justified as Spinelli and Gus were only second behind T.J. as the most popular and iconic characters of the series (The three were the most prominant on every promotional item released since the 1990s), and it woudld've been too difficult for T.J. to get new dialogue written for the promos due to Andrew Lawrence's voice breaking (And possibly Myles Jeffrey's depending on when they were recorded), and it was easier with Gus and Spinelli because Courtland Mead's voice hadn't had broke yet for Gus, and Pamela Adlon was already an adult when she began voicing Spinelli so her voice would never have broken. Once Courtland Mead's voice broke, Spinelli took front-and-center on almost every promo for the show until ToonDisney's Creator/ToonDisney's demise in 2009.
30th Apr '17 2:41:35 PM nombretomado
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* AprilFoolsPlot: "The Big Prank" and its' sequel, "The Madness of King Bob", though they didn't take place on April Fools' Day. "The Big Prank" was about T.J. having to prank King Bob in order to become Prankster Prince, and the second episode was about King Bob trying to prank T.J. for revenge. Both episodes were often aired on ToonDisney on April Fools' Day.

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* AprilFoolsPlot: "The Big Prank" and its' sequel, "The Madness of King Bob", though they didn't take place on April Fools' Day. "The Big Prank" was about T.J. having to prank King Bob in order to become Prankster Prince, and the second episode was about King Bob trying to prank T.J. for revenge. Both episodes were often aired on ToonDisney Creator/ToonDisney on April Fools' Day.
21st Apr '17 2:29:18 PM Berrenta
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* BrokenStreak: Vince's winning streak in kickball is broken by Ashley Q. in "I Will Kick No More Forever".

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* BrokenStreak: BrokenWinLossStreak: Vince's winning streak in kickball is broken by Ashley Q. in "I Will Kick No More Forever".
12th Apr '17 8:46:08 PM Nicoaln
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** Doubling as GettingCrapPastTheRadar, Mikey mentions that he has a "Great-Uncle Mary" - just like the three main characters in ''Literature/OverSeaUnderStone''.

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** Doubling as GettingCrapPastTheRadar, Mikey mentions that he has a "Great-Uncle Mary" - just like the three main characters in ''Literature/OverSeaUnderStone''.''Literature/OverSeaUnderStone'', which is "Great-Uncle Merry"
6th Apr '17 9:46:17 PM nombretomado
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** PlutoThePup appears in T.J.'s nightmare in "Rainy Days"

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** PlutoThePup WesternAnimation/PlutoThePup appears in T.J.'s nightmare in "Rainy Days"
18th Mar '17 9:48:37 PM VengeanceKarl
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*** The Ashleys "welcome" Spinelli into their clique by chanting "[[Film/{{Freaks}} ONE OF US! ONE OF US!]]"
8th Mar '17 8:21:29 AM themisterfree
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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: The unnamed city the show takes place in never has a proper location revealed. The closest we get is a set of coordinates in one episode, which apparently puts it somewhere in the UsefulNotes/Pittsburgh area- and even then that's not likely, as the city skyline (the few times we see it) doesn't resemble Pittsburgh in any way, and the climate is far too mild for the area (rarely getting snow, getting a heat wave once).

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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: The unnamed city the show takes place in never has a proper location revealed. The closest we get is a set of coordinates in one episode, which apparently puts it somewhere in the UsefulNotes/Pittsburgh UsefulNotes/{{Pittsburgh}} area- and even then that's not likely, as the city skyline (the few times we see it) doesn't resemble Pittsburgh in any way, and the climate is far too mild for the area (rarely getting snow, getting a heat wave once).
8th Mar '17 8:20:46 AM themisterfree
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* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: The unnamed city the show takes place in never has a proper location revealed. The closest we get is a set of coordinates in one episode, which apparently puts it somewhere in the UsefulNotes/Pittsburgh area- and even then that's not likely, as the city skyline (the few times we see it) doesn't resemble Pittsburgh in any way, and the climate is far too mild for the area (rarely getting snow, getting a heat wave once).
13th Feb '17 10:25:56 AM starkitty93
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* GASP: The show seems very fond of this trope, usually happening at least once per episode.

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* GASP: {{GASP}}: The show seems very fond of this trope, usually happening at least once per episode.
25th Jan '17 10:39:40 PM vexer
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** Lawson occasionally falls into this
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