History WesternAnimation / SchoolHouseRock

3rd Jul '17 12:44:29 PM Ingonyama
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* AbhorrentAdmirer: How [[ThemeNaming Geraldine]] views [[ThemeNaming Geraldo]] in "Interjections". The verse implies he's simply a DoggedNiceGuy, but after hearing his singing, you can't really blame her.
3rd Jul '17 12:41:12 PM Ingonyama
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* LaserGuidedKarma: In "A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing," a Mrs. Jones sends her dog to bark at the protagonist and her younger brother [[ForTheEvulz for no explained reason]]. They feed the dog a bone, and the [[HeelFaceTurn dog turns on Mrs. Jones]].

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* LaserGuidedKarma: In "A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing," a Mrs. Jones sends her dog to bark at the protagonist and her younger brother [[ForTheEvulz for no explained reason]]. They feed the dog a bone, and the [[HeelFaceTurn dog turns on Mrs. Jones]]. On the other hand, when the narrator is listing the nouns from that vignette, Mrs. Jones is given a flower and suddenly smiles and turns nice, so perhaps she simply needed a kindness the same way her dog did.



* Luminescent Blush: It happened to the girl in "Telegraph Line" when she couldn't read her lines, and Max in "Tax Man Max" when Joy commented on his suit

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* Luminescent Blush: LuminescentBlush: It happened to the girl in "Telegraph Line" when she couldn't read her lines, and Max in "Tax Man Max" when Joy commented on his suit



* TheDogBitesBack: In "Nouns", a GrumpyOldLady gets her dog to bark after the heroes, who give it a bone, causing it to turn against her.

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* TheDogBitesBack: In "Nouns", a GrumpyOldLady [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Lady]] gets her dog to bark after the heroes, who give it a bone, causing it to turn against her.
4th Jun '17 12:17:27 PM VulgarBee
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* BlushingFace: It happened to the girl in "Telegraph Line" when she couldn't read her lines, and Max in "Tax Man Max" when Joy commented on his suit.


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* Luminescent Blush: It happened to the girl in "Telegraph Line" when she couldn't read her lines, and Max in "Tax Man Max" when Joy commented on his suit
24th May '17 7:37:06 PM TFSyndicate
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* RuleOfThree: That's a magic number...
7th May '17 10:59:17 PM Chabal2
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* FlatJoy: Interjections, which are set apart from a sentence by an exclamation point, or by a comma when the feeling's not as strong.
--> Hooray, I'm for the other team.


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* StandardSnippet: "Interjections"'s melody morphs into the Hallelujah chorus from Haendel's Messiah.


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* TheDogBitesBack: In "Nouns", a GrumpyOldLady gets her dog to bark after the heroes, who give it a bone, causing it to turn against her.
2nd May '17 10:34:04 AM dsneybuf
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* UnfortunateName: In "The Little Things We Do", Mr. Morton and Pearl have a son named Norton Morton, though the song only calls him by his first name. It also calls the cat, "Orton", which doesn't sound like a common name for a cat.
12th Feb '17 12:10:00 PM Miss_Desperado
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* BlushingFace: It happened to Mr. Morton in "The Tale of Mr. Morton" when he saw Pearl out of his window, the girl in "Telegraph Line" when she couldn't read her lines, and Max in "Tax Man Max" when Joy commented on his suit.

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* BlushingFace: It happened to Mr. Morton in "The Tale of Mr. Morton" when he saw Pearl out of his window, the girl in "Telegraph Line" when she couldn't read her lines, and Max in "Tax Man Max" when Joy commented on his suit.



* CannotSpitItOut: Poor [[ShrinkingViolet Mr. Morton]] blushed, fainted, and even ran away (twice) instead of talking to Pearl.



* CrushBlush: In "The Tale of Mr. Morton," Mr. Morton's entire face turned red when he saw Pearl out of his window.



* DissonantSerenity: In "Unpack Your Adjectives", asked to describe her trip to eager friends, the protagonist promptly unpacks... "frustrating" and "worst". "Then I picked 'foggy' and/Then I picked 'soggy' and/Then I was ready/To tell them my tale..." All this without breaking the adorably chipper tone of the song.

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* DissonantSerenity: In "Unpack Your Adjectives", asked to describe her trip to eager friends, the protagonist promptly unpacks... "frustrating" and "worst". "Then I picked 'soggy' and/Then I picked 'foggy' and/Then I picked 'soggy' and/Then I was ready/To tell them my tale..." All this without breaking the adorably chipper tone of the song.
14th Jan '17 11:56:24 PM glickmam
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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEGQUgWBQL4 Mother Necessity]]" (America Rock, various) - The most elaborate of the segments, in which four of the regular performers (Sheldon, Dorough, Blossom Dearie & Essra Mohawk) each sing about different inventions. Notable in that this was a complicated process in the pre-Internet era; the producers had to travel to four different studios across the country to record a couple of lines at a time.

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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEGQUgWBQL4 Mother Necessity]]" (America Rock, various) - The most elaborate of the segments, in which four of the regular performers (Sheldon, Dorough, Blossom Dearie Ahrens & Essra Mohawk) each sing about different inventions. Notable in that this was a complicated process in the pre-Internet era; the producers had to travel to four different studios across the country to record a couple of lines at a time.
14th Jan '17 11:54:25 PM glickmam
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** In a subversion of the trope, however, as soon as the singer and her turtle run away from the bear, the bear just shrugs his shoulders and saunters off.
5th Dec '16 2:38:25 PM dsneybuf
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** On compilations released through Creator/{{Disney}}, the chef of Conjunction Junction Diner[[note]]the same chef who burnt his hand in "Telegraph Line"[[/note]] always gives a different response when Rocky asks, "Hey, Chef! What's the special today?"

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** On compilations released through Creator/{{Disney}}, by Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo, the chef of Conjunction Junction Diner[[note]]the same chef who burnt his hand in "Telegraph Line"[[/note]] always gives a different response when Rocky asks, "Hey, Chef! What's the special today?"
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