History YMMV / OurMissBrooks

23rd Mar '16 6:55:28 AM johnsmithxxi
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\n\n* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: Again, the controversial final (1955-1956) television season. Marriage to Mr. Boynton has always been her series goal. ExecutiveMeddling saw Miss Brooks take a new job teaching at a private elementary school when Madison High was suddenly ordered torn down for a new freeway (somehow Madison High had ended up in Los Angeles after always previously been in the [[EverytownAmerica Madison]]). Miss Brooks found herself chased by the school's gym teacher. The new format was unpopular among show fans, and even Eve Arden herself. Mr. Boynton was brought back toward the end of the season in response to popular demand, and the last few episodes saw Miss Brooks pursue him as of old.
** CanonDiscontinuity is at play here. The events of the final television season were ignored on the radio season, where Miss Brooks continued at Madison as per normal. The program ended with a [[TheMovie theatrical]] [[GrandFinale series finale]] that, again, ignored the final television season, and concluded the story at Madison High School (which was in the City of Madison and definitely '''not''' in Los Angeles!).
25th Aug '15 4:00:12 PM johnsmithxxi
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* NearlyNormalAnimal : Type three, Almost Normal Animals.
** Mrs. Davis' cat Minera and Mr. Boynton's frog Mcdougall are, on occasion, much smarter than your average cat or frog.
** In the radio episode "The Frog" Miss Brooks receives a call from a tom cat meowing for Minerva.
** When Minerva has kittens, her "husband" Tim is with Miss Brooks and Mrs. Davis in the vet's waiting room. He faints when he's told he's the father of six.


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* NearlyNormalAnimal : Type three, Almost Normal Animals.
** Mrs. Davis' cat Minera and Mr. Boynton's frog Mcdougall are, on occasion, much smarter than your average cat or frog.
** In the radio episode "The Frog" Miss Brooks receives a call from a tom cat meowing for Minerva.
** When Minerva has kittens, her "husband" Tim is with Miss Brooks and Mrs. Davis in the vet's waiting room. He faints when he's told he's the father of six.



25th Aug '15 3:58:33 PM johnsmithxxi
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* RepressiveButEfficient: Miss Brooks is justified in calling Mr. Conklin "dictator" of Madison High School. However, for the most part, the school seems to operate well nonetheless.

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* RepressiveButEfficient: Miss Brooks is justified in calling Mr. Conklin "dictator" of Madison High School. However, for the most part, the school seems to operate well nonetheless.

22nd Apr '15 3:14:01 PM johnsmithxxi
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* RepressiveButEffecient: Miss Brooks is justified in calling Mr. Conklin "dictator" of Madison High School. However, for the most part, the school seems to operate well nonetheless.

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* RepressiveButEffecient: RepressiveButEfficient: Miss Brooks is justified in calling Mr. Conklin "dictator" of Madison High School. However, for the most part, the school seems to operate well nonetheless.
22nd Apr '15 3:13:33 PM johnsmithxxi
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* RepressiveButEffecient: Miss Brooks is justified in calling Mr. Conklin "dictator" of Madison High School. However, for the most part, the school seems to operate well nonetheless.
27th Mar '15 6:59:32 AM johnsmithxxi
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DorkAge: The fourth season of the TV series.

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DorkAge: *DorkAge: The fourth season of the TV series.series.
*NearlyNormalAnimal : Type three, Almost Normal Animals.
**Mrs. Davis' cat Minera and Mr. Boynton's frog Mcdougall are, on occasion, much smarter than your average cat or frog.
**In the radio episode "The Frog" Miss Brooks receives a call from a tom cat meowing for Minerva.
**When Minerva has kittens, her "husband" Tim is with Miss Brooks and Mrs. Davis in the vet's waiting room. He faints when he's told he's the father of six.
27th Mar '15 12:27:36 AM johnsmithxxi
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DorkAges: The fourth season of the TV series.

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DorkAges: DorkAge: The fourth season of the TV series.
27th Mar '15 12:26:28 AM johnsmithxxi
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DorkAges: The fourth season of the TV series.
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