History WesternAnimation / Wayside

31st Dec '15 11:22:52 PM MilanP.
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* ShipperOnDeck: Dana in ''Pull My Pigtail.'' In '''SPADES.'''
10th Dec '15 4:23:33 PM MilanP.
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* FrenchJerk: Le Chef

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* FrenchJerk: Le ChefChef. ESPECIALLY in "Le Race".
19th Nov '15 8:47:33 AM HaggisMcCrablice
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* GRatedDrug: Mrs. Mush's mushroom surprise. The effects hit Todd much like a shot of LSD and cause him to become hopelessly smitten with Mrs. Jewels. A teacher, it seems, also took a hit-- er, spoonful-- and fell in love with a potted cactus. It's possible Mush may have unwittingly (we hope) used psychedelic mushrooms in the recipe.
13th Oct '15 6:34:05 PM masterofthehouse
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the books, Principal Kidswatter is quite mean and intimidating, to the point where all the students fear him (they don't call him ''Kidswatter'' for nothing). Here, he's goofier, more lighthearted, and much, much nicer.
26th Jun '15 2:06:33 PM CompliensCreator
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* CompositeCharacter: Many students qualify, Maurecia and Myron notably. The two take many elements from Joy and Jason, two characters who were in the books but were not in the show, to a point where it may have been more accurate if they just went with those names.
** Rondi could qualify as the Frankenstein's monster of characters that weren't in the show, since not only does she have the elements seen in the version of Rondi from the books, but she share's D.J.'s trait of smiling most of the time, and Paul's trait of pulling Leslie's pigtails. She also feels more similar to the book version of Maurecia than the actual version that appears in the show, with an obsession of cake rather than ice cream.
10th Jun '15 10:49:50 PM crashkey
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** Also, darker and creepier elements from the books like the inside of Ms. Zarves' classroom, the Men in Black, and the substitute teachers make no appearances. It's possible they could have been saved for future seasons, but the show was cancelled before any more could be made.

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** Also, darker and creepier elements from the books like the inside of Ms. Zarves' classroom, the Men in Black, and the substitute teachers make no appearances. It's possible they could have been saved for future seasons, but the show was cancelled before any more could be made. In fact, a list of unmaterialized Season 3 episodes do mention Mr. Gorf.
10th Jun '15 10:47:13 PM crashkey
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** Also, darker and creepier elements from the books like the inside of Ms. Zarves' classroom, the Men in Black, and the substitute teachers make no appearances. It's possible they could have been saved for season 2, but then that never materialized.

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** Also, darker and creepier elements from the books like the inside of Ms. Zarves' classroom, the Men in Black, and the substitute teachers make no appearances. It's possible they could have been saved for season 2, future seasons, but then that never materialized.the show was cancelled before any more could be made.
10th Jun '15 10:44:50 PM crashkey
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* LighterAndSofter: In the original books, Mrs. Gorf after [[HoistByHisOwnPetard being turned into a (sentient) apple]] [[spoiler: was eaten by Louis "I saw so many apples on her desk the other day, I'm sure she won't mind if I eat just one"]] in the show her fate after being transformed into an apple is left ambiguous.

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* LighterAndSofter: In the original books, Mrs. Gorf after [[HoistByHisOwnPetard being turned into a (sentient) apple]] [[spoiler: was eaten by Louis "I saw so many apples on her desk the other day, I'm sure she won't mind if I eat just one"]] in the show her fate after being transformed into an apple is left ambiguous. ambiguous.
** Also, darker and creepier elements from the books like the inside of Ms. Zarves' classroom, the Men in Black, and the substitute teachers make no appearances. It's possible they could have been saved for season 2, but then that never materialized.
24th Apr '15 2:43:53 PM sfbfghtfgruyh
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24th Apr '15 1:43:40 PM ZeroWizard
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*** Maurecia having a crush on Todd was actually referenced in the first book. When Mrs. Jewls brings in an ice cream flavor of everyone in the class, it's revealed Maurecia's favourite flavor is Todd.

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*** Maurecia having a crush on Todd was actually referenced in the first book. When Mrs. Jewls brings in an ice cream flavor of everyone in the class, it's revealed Maurecia's favourite favorite flavor is Todd.
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