History WesternAnimation / RecessSchoolsOut

3rd Apr '18 1:46:21 PM ngh93
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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Benedict didn't consider that by [[spoiler:cancelling recess as a principal he'd be putting his girlfriend Muriel, a recess referee, out of a job. Unsurprisingly, she dumps him because of this.]] He also never considered the fact that summer itself isn't the primary cause of summer vacation--something TJ outright points out to him, but by then Benedict had gone so far without realizing the pointlessness that he just went ahead anyway, stating that he could still try.

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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Benedict didn't consider that by [[spoiler:cancelling recess as a principal he'd be putting his girlfriend Muriel, a recess referee, out of a job. Unsurprisingly, she dumps him because of this.]] He also never considered the fact that summer itself isn't the primary cause of summer vacation--something TJ outright points out to him, but him. But by then then, Benedict had gone so far without realizing the pointlessness that he just went ahead anyway, stating that he could still try.
31st Mar '18 2:13:27 PM Mario1995
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* NeverTrustATrailer: The theatrical trailer seemed to imply that "Bald Guy" was the BigBad of the movie, instead of Benedict, who doesn't appear at all in the trailer. The confusion is made by Benedict's line "I am going to get rid of recess!" (which is actually two different lines from the movie spliced together) being heard as "Bald Guy" enters the Army control room at the film's beginning (albeit as a silhouette covered in smoke).
28th Mar '18 11:24:17 AM ngh93
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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Phil didn't consider that by [[spoiler:cancelling recess as a principal he'd be putting his girlfriend Muriel, a recess referee, out of a job. Unsurprisingly, she dumps him because of this.]]

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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Phil Benedict didn't consider that by [[spoiler:cancelling recess as a principal he'd be putting his girlfriend Muriel, a recess referee, out of a job. Unsurprisingly, she dumps him because of this.]]]] He also never considered the fact that summer itself isn't the primary cause of summer vacation--something TJ outright points out to him, but by then Benedict had gone so far without realizing the pointlessness that he just went ahead anyway, stating that he could still try.
10th Mar '18 10:28:25 AM fsndhjdgvjhjvg
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10th Mar '18 6:51:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* LargeHam: James Woods as Phillium Benedict. Seems like his over-the-top performance as Hades wasn't enough for him.

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* LargeHam: James Woods Creator/JamesWoods as Phillium Benedict. Seems like his over-the-top performance as Hades wasn't enough for him.



* SuddenlyShouting: Dr. Benedict. What else can you expect from James Woods?

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* SuddenlyShouting: Dr. Benedict. What else can you expect from James Woods?Creator/JamesWoods?
8th Feb '18 7:49:28 PM system
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8th Feb '18 7:38:47 PM KYCKJIDRTHDRT
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8th Feb '18 7:17:53 PM nombretomado
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''Recess: School's Out'' (or ''Recess: The Movie'' in certain countries) is a 2001 animated film of the popular Disney animated series ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' (released at the end of the fifth season), produced by [=DisneyToon=] Studios. It was the fourth movie based off a Disney television series to be released theatrically, the second (and most successful) movie based on a OneSaturdayMorning show, and the final One Saturday Morning based movie of the '90s lineup (''Teacher's Pet'' would be the last movie from the block altogether, unless one show makes a revival of some sort). The movie began production in 1998 (during the show's ''second'' season, which pretty much explains how popular it was) and was finished in 2000.

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''Recess: School's Out'' (or ''Recess: The Movie'' in certain countries) is a 2001 animated film of the popular Disney animated series ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' (released at the end of the fifth season), produced by [=DisneyToon=] Studios. It was the fourth movie based off a Disney television series to be released theatrically, the second (and most successful) movie based on a OneSaturdayMorning Creator/OneSaturdayMorning show, and the final One Saturday Morning based movie of the '90s lineup (''Teacher's Pet'' would be the last movie from the block altogether, unless one show makes a revival of some sort). The movie began production in 1998 (during the show's ''second'' season, which pretty much explains how popular it was) and was finished in 2000.
18th Jan '18 5:50:34 AM kquinn0830
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* RealityEnsues: Wearing the same outfits as the other guards doesn't stop Benedict's mooks from instantly recognizing that T.J. (a kid) and Prickly (a middle aged man) aren't part of their crew.
18th Jan '18 5:48:19 AM kquinn0830
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* WrongGenreSavvy: TJ thinks that he and Prickly in a standard spy thriller and that the DressingAsTheEnemy plan will work perfectly. Unfortunately for them, the mooks are a lot smarter than the ones in those films and [[RealityEnsues can immediately tell they're not real guards]].

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* WrongGenreSavvy: TJ thinks that he and Prickly in a the same scenario as the standard spy thriller thrillers he's seen and that the DressingAsTheEnemy plan will work perfectly. Unfortunately for them, the mooks are a lot smarter than the ones in those films and [[RealityEnsues can immediately tell they're not real guards]].
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