History WesternAnimation / TeachersPet

25th Aug '17 4:07:13 PM nombretomado
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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: The film is basically ''Teacher's Pet'' meets ''Pinocchio'', who appears in the opening.
24th Jun '17 8:51:40 PM Ayumu
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: After having small cameos throughout the first season, it's revealed Principal Strickler's cat Tallulah not only can talk like the other animals in the show, but also subtly implies that she knows about Spot's alter ego as Scott Leadready II. Outside of the following episode where she talks again onscreen, she never speaks throughout season two.
** Mrs. Helperman never finding out the Scott is actually Spot; although it's played around a few times.
-->'''Mrs. Helperman:''' Say... wouldn't it be fascinating if somehow a dog could transform himself into a little bo- Well (Laughs a bit) I'm not going to give away my best ideas for science fiction short stories.
24th Jun '17 8:51:16 PM Ayumu
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* TheyWastedaPerfectlyGoodPlot: After having small cameos throughout the first season, it's revealed Principal Strickler's cat Tallulah not only can talk like the other animals in the show, but also subtly implies that she knows about Spot's alter ego as Scott Leadready II. Outside of the following episode where she talks again onscreen, she never speaks throughout season two.

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* TheyWastedaPerfectlyGoodPlot: TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: After having small cameos throughout the first season, it's revealed Principal Strickler's cat Tallulah not only can talk like the other animals in the show, but also subtly implies that she knows about Spot's alter ego as Scott Leadready II. Outside of the following episode where she talks again onscreen, she never speaks throughout season two.
24th Jun '17 8:50:27 PM Ayumu
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* TheyWastedaPerfectlyGoodPlot: After having small cameos throughout the first season, it's revealed Principal Strickler's cat Tallulah not only can talk like the other animals in the show, but also subtly implies that she knows about Spot's alter ego as Scott Leadready II. Outside of the following episode where she talks again onscreen, she never speaks throughout season two.
**Mrs. Helperman never finding out the Scott is actually Spot; although it's played around a few times.
-->'''Mrs. Helperman:''' Say... wouldn't it be fascinating if somehow a dog could transform himself into a little bo- Well (Laughs a bit) I'm not going to give away my best ideas for science fiction short stories.
16th Apr '17 3:59:43 PM ngh93
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* FunWithAcronyms: The Movie has ''two'' different things with the same acronym N.E.A.T.O. The first is when Principal Stickler announces that Ms. Helperman has won the NEATO (National Excellent American Teacher's Organization) award, that sets off the plot of the movie. Dr. Ivan Krank's animal transformation machine is also has the ''very same acronym'', but it stands for ''something else entirely''.

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* FunWithAcronyms: The Movie has ''two'' different things with the same acronym N.E.A.T.O. The first is when Principal Stickler Strickler announces that Ms. Helperman has won the NEATO (National Excellent American Teacher's Organization) award, that sets off the plot of the movie. Dr. Ivan Krank's animal transformation machine is also has the ''very same acronym'', but it stands for ''something else entirely''.



* MysteryMeat: In the comic, Leonard (his owner), in a hurry, accidentally feeds Spot a can of corned beef hash instead of his regular dogfood. Later, dressed as "Scott" in the School cafeteria, Spot finds out the mystery meat tastes just like his dogfood and concludes that the school is putting dogfood in their recipes, which starts a school riot. During a talk-in with the principal, the principal demands to know whether Spot has actually eaten dog food before. Fearing this could blow his cover, Spot agrees with the principal to eat a large plate of their mystery meat and confirm to the students it's dogfood free. Much to the Principal and lunchlady's surprise, Spot ends up enjoying the experience (he's a dog after all). Overall, most of the cafeteria's recipes are made of turkey.

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* MysteryMeat: In the comic, Leonard (his owner), in a hurry, accidentally feeds Spot a can of corned beef hash instead of his regular dogfood. Later, dressed as "Scott" in the School cafeteria, Spot finds out the mystery meat tastes just like his dogfood and concludes that the school is putting dogfood in their recipes, which starts a school riot. During a talk-in with the principal, Principal Strickler, the principal demands to know whether Spot has actually eaten dog food before. Fearing this could blow his cover, Spot agrees with the principal Strickler to eat a large plate of their mystery meat and confirm to the students it's dogfood free. Much to the Principal and lunchlady's surprise, Spot ends up enjoying the experience (he's a dog after all). Overall, most of the cafeteria's recipes are made of turkey.
16th Apr '17 3:56:20 PM ngh93
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* FunWithAcronyms: The Movie has ''two'' different things with the same acronym N.E.A.T.O .The first is when Principal Stickler announces that Ms. Helperman has won the NEATO (National Excellent American Teacher's Organization) award, that sets off the plot of the movie. Dr Ivan Krank's animal transformation machine is also has the ''very same acronym'', but it stands for ''something else entirely''.

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* FunWithAcronyms: The Movie has ''two'' different things with the same acronym N.E.A.T.O .O. The first is when Principal Stickler announces that Ms. Helperman has won the NEATO (National Excellent American Teacher's Organization) award, that sets off the plot of the movie. Dr Dr. Ivan Krank's animal transformation machine is also has the ''very same acronym'', but it stands for ''something else entirely''.
13th Apr '17 3:55:58 AM C2
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* AffectionateParody: The movie is part of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon of films, and wastes no time in parodying the studio's most beloved early works.

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* AffectionateParody: The movie is from Disney (albeit not part of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon of films, due to being produced by Creator/DisneyTelevisionAnimation), and wastes no time in parodying the studio's most beloved early works.
19th Mar '17 3:39:57 PM Ayumu
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The story follows a nerdy nine year old boy named Leonard Helperman and his pet dog Spot. Spot is so interested in Leonard's life as a human that one day he follows him to school, puts on human clothes, and joins his class under the name Scott Leadready II. His disguise amazingly fools everybody, but Leonard eventually discovers the truth. While initially shocked by this, he reluctantly allows Scott to continue the charade. Scott comes up with amazing plans that often get Leonard punished, blamed, and/or beat up. Other characters include Mrs. Helperman (who is not only Leonard's mother, but his teacher as well), Mr. Jolly (the Helpermans' sensitive cat), Pretty Boy (the Helpermans' abrasive bird), and Leonard's various classmates (such as Leslie, his love interest, and Ian, the resident gross kid).

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The story follows a nerdy nine year old boy named Leonard Helperman and his pet dog Spot. Spot is so interested in Leonard's life as a human that one day he follows him to school, puts on human clothes, and joins his class under the name Scott Leadready II. His disguise amazingly fools everybody, but Leonard eventually discovers the truth. While initially shocked by this, he reluctantly allows Scott to continue the charade. Scott comes up with amazing plans that often sometimes inadvertently get Leonard punished, blamed, and/or beat up. Other characters include Mrs. Helperman (who is not only Leonard's mother, but his teacher as well), Mr. Jolly (the Helpermans' sensitive cat), Pretty Boy (the Helpermans' abrasive bird), and Leonard's various classmates (such as Leslie, his love interest, and Ian, the resident gross kid).
19th Mar '17 3:19:13 PM Ayumu
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** In "Taint Valentine's Day", when the girls ask why Scott wrote all the valentines for Leonard so he would feel better about himself, Scott notes it's because he loves him. He then explains how close they are as friends (And also since Leonard is his master), [[HoYay but it almost sounded like something else]].



* Heartwarming: "It's The Season Of Love". What else can I say? [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drThyAF2KHw]]
31st Jan '17 2:29:51 PM GalaxyUnicorn
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* CompletelyDifferentTitle:
** French: ''Scott''
** German: ''Klassenhund'' (''Class Dog'')
** Portuguese: ''O Cãozinho Esperto'' (''The Smart Doggy'')
** Swedish: ''En jycke i klassen'' (''A Pooch in Class'')
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