History WesternAnimation / SchoolhouseRock

20th Apr '18 8:26:58 PM lakingsif
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* OverlyLongName: Rufus Xavier and Rafaella Gabriela Sarsparilla and Albert Andreas Armadillo.

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* OverlyLongName: OverlyLongSpanishName: Rufus Xavier and Rafaella Gabriela Sarsparilla and Albert Andreas Armadillo.
23rd Feb '18 10:23:40 AM Discord_and_Dine
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* AnthropomorphicPersonification: Seen frequently. Most notably in "Tyrannosaurus Debt", where the National Debt is portrayed by a blue Tyrannosaurus Rex with stars and red stripes.
8th Feb '18 7:49:23 PM system
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8th Feb '18 7:38:32 PM KYCKJIDRTHDRT
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8th Feb '18 7:17:25 PM nombretomado
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Episodes initially fell under one of four headings, in order of production: Multiplication Rock, Grammar Rock, America Rock (history, mostly released around the 1976 American Bicentennial) and Science Rock. 1983 saw an earnest but ill-fated attempt at Computer Rock (''aka'' Scooter Computer & Mr. Chips) and in 1995/96 the original team reunited for the much more successful Money Rock. In addition, two new Grammar Rock segments ("Busy Prepositions" and "The Tale of Mr. Morton") were added. The shorts continued airing, now part of the ''Main/OneSaturdayMorning'' block, until 2000. In 2002 the team reunited again to produce two new America Rock segments ("I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College" and "Presidential Minute") as a MilestoneCelebration. In 2009, yet another reunion produced Earth Rock, about environmental issues.

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Episodes initially fell under one of four headings, in order of production: Multiplication Rock, Grammar Rock, America Rock (history, mostly released around the 1976 American Bicentennial) and Science Rock. 1983 saw an earnest but ill-fated attempt at Computer Rock (''aka'' Scooter Computer & Mr. Chips) and in 1995/96 the original team reunited for the much more successful Money Rock. In addition, two new Grammar Rock segments ("Busy Prepositions" and "The Tale of Mr. Morton") were added. The shorts continued airing, now part of the ''Main/OneSaturdayMorning'' ''Creator/OneSaturdayMorning'' block, until 2000. In 2002 the team reunited again to produce two new America Rock segments ("I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College" and "Presidential Minute") as a MilestoneCelebration. In 2009, yet another reunion produced Earth Rock, about environmental issues.
2nd Feb '18 5:04:29 PM AreYouTyler
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* ExtraDigits: "Little Twelve-Toes" has six fingers on each hand, and six on each foot.


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* FourFingeredHands: Most ''Schoolhouse Rock'' characters are drawn with four fingers, with a few exceptions.
** The prince from "I Got Six" has six rings on each finger, by multiplying 6 by 10 to get 60.
** Everyone in "Ready Or Not, Here I Come", as that song is about multiplying by 5.
** Noah and his son have five fingers when multiplying 2 by 10 to get 20.
** Little Twelve-Toes, from the song of the same name, has six digits on each hand/foot.
23rd Nov '17 9:10:46 PM nombretomado
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All of the classic ''Schoolhouse Rock'' shorts are now available on {{DVD}} - save one installment of "Scooter Computer," which was thought lost until 2013, when it finally emerged on YouTube. The newer Earth Rock set is also available as a separate release.

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All of the classic ''Schoolhouse Rock'' shorts are now available on {{DVD}} UsefulNotes/{{DVD}} - save one installment of "Scooter Computer," which was thought lost until 2013, when it finally emerged on YouTube.Website/YouTube. The newer Earth Rock set is also available as a separate release.
28th Aug '17 7:01:06 PM 70Jack90
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-->''[[TheStinger Darn! That's the end!]]''
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.
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