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-> ''"There's nothing wrong at Blake Holsey High.''"
-->-- The unimaginably vague OpeningNarration to ''Black Hole High''.

Canadian series, also called ''Strange Days at Blake Holsey High'' (in Canada and in the USA for reruns on The N), which ran for just over three seasons via the Jetix programming block. The series also aired on Discovery Kids and on Global TV in Canada, and still airs on {{ABC3}} in Australia. The series lasted from October, 2002 to January, 2006. A total of 42 episodes.

Years earlier, an accident at nearby Pearadyne labs resulted in a black hole (sometimes described instead as a wormhole) opening up in the science teacher's office at Blake Holsey High. When said hole eats the science teacher, Professor Noel Zachary replaces him, and becomes mentor to the school's science club, who proceed to investigate the strange goings-on at their school.

The club, a FiveManBand consisting of four scientifically gifted students and the son of Pearadyne owner Victor Pearson, experience random mysterious phenomena which are presented in the guise of science as they try to uncover the secrets behind the strangeness.

To a fairly large extent, ''BlackHoleHigh'' is simply ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' with the word "supernatural" crossed out and "science" pencilled in (though with the nonviolent and [[NoHuggingNoKissing nonsexual]] baggage implied by its younger target audience). The second episode, "Invisible", for example, is a near-identical copy of the ''Buffy'' episode "Invisible Girl", the key difference being that, rather than attributing a character's disappearance to magic, the nearby black hole caused it to be ''[[SarcasmMode entirely scientifically plausible]]'' that Marshall would, as a result of feeling unnoticed, lose his ability to interact with light.

The show uses emotional states as a metaphor for physical states, leading some people to believe that the recurring theme of the show is that, near a black hole, [[YourMindMakesItReal one's emotional state and social interactions can reshape the laws of physics]], essentially, trying to make science interesting to kids by ''flat out contradicting how science actually works''.

In addition to the weekly anomalies, the show was built around a series-long arc involving Victor Pearson's attempts to recreate Pearadyne Labs, and the club's attempts to work out the sinister implications therein. Pearson serves as the antagonist for most of the series, revealing only at the end that, while a bit ruthless, his motivations were ultimately noble.

The series shares a number of actors with Disney-produced shows of the same time period, and bears a significant structural similarity to ''Series/SoWeird''. [[TheFonz Henry Winkler]] served as an executive producer and consultant on both. Stars pretty much the same cast as Series/TheZackFiles, another [[OnlySoManyCanadianActors Canadian]] paranormal live-action kid's show.
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!! This show provides examples of:
* AdultsAreUseless: Not so much useless but are usually in on the conspiracy.
* AesopAmnesia: A good chunk of the hijinks in the show are caused by using old technology from Pearadyne Labs. You'd think that after the first couple times things [[GoneHorriblyWrong go horribly wrong]], the kids would learn to leave it alone. Nope.
* AlmightyJanitor: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Janitor]]
* AlphaBitch: Madison
* AnguishedDeclarationOfLove: Vaughn to Josie in "Chirality."
* AnticipatoryBreathSpray: A variation in "Brainwaives." When Lucas and Vaughn switch bodies, Vaughn is forced to take Lucas' place in the drama rehearsal of ''Romeo and Juliet.'' Naturally, he is Romeo, to Josie's Juliet. And of course, that day, they are rehearsing the kiss scene. As Corrine (the director), Josie, and Vaughn leave the science room for the drama classroom, Corrine catches Josie applying lipgloss and gives her an incredulous look.
-->'''Josie:''' What? I always wear lipgloss!
-->'''Corrine:''' ''(with a look that clearly says "Yeah right.")''
-->'''Josie:''' Wh-when I'm acting!
* BackForTheFinale: Josie
* BadAssBookworm : Corrine, Marshall, and Lucas all have their moments.
* BadLiar: The gang is ''really'' bad at hiding what's going on with the wormhole from Durst.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: Josie wishes she didn't need sleep in "Nocturnal" so she could get more things done. It happens and she seriously regrets it.
* BecomingTheMask: Vaughn, originally TheMole for Victor.
* BetaCouple: Corrine and Marshall.
* BigBad: Victor Pearson, at least to all appearances.
** [[spoiler: Though it eventually turns out that he's GoodAllAlong. But since GoodIsNotNice, he's still kind of an asshole.]]
* BigNo: Vaughn's can be heard down the hall when Corrine tells him the truth about his mother in "Friction."
* BizarroUniverse: "Hemispheres", the world at the other side of the mirror Corrine goes through.
* BookDumb: Vaughn, though this could be due in part to his Dyslexia. And by the end of the series, he seems to have come into his own intelligence wise. Also applies to Stu Kubiak; though even he had some rare bouts of brilliance. Mostly when it involved his pet chameleon.
* BrickJoke: In season 2's "Brainwaves," Vaughn and Lucas switch bodies. In that episode, Lucas' dad calls and talks to Vaughn about catching an elusive fish, and Vaughn mentions to Lucas that it "must be nice" to have that experience with his father. When Lucas is forced to go to Vaughn's house to meet with Victor, he drops the hint that maybe Vaughn and Victor should go fishing sometime. The conversation is forgotten about until season 3's "Tesseract." Josie asks Lucas if he is staying at Blake Holsey over spring break to investigate a new theory about Vaughn, and then says that Vaughn won't even be there...he and his father are going fishing for the long weekend.
* BuildingOfAdventure: Blake Holsey High.
* CannotTalkToWomen: Lucas.
* ChekhovsClassroom: Happens in nearly every episode.
* CloningBlues: Josie, "Culture"; [[spoiler:The clone actually is integral to the story's plot, though you don't find that out 'till much later.]]
* ClosetShuffle: Josie and Vaughn are forced to hide in a young Victor Pearson's closet in "Inquiry."
* CoolTeacher: Professor Z
* ConflictingLoyalty: Vaughn struggles between loyalty to his father and loyalty to his friends.
* ConspiracyTheorist: Lucas
* ContinuityLockout: An in-universe example in "Conclusions." Despite being central to the show's plot, Victor is out of the loop about the things the gang are up to. When Josie returns through the wormhole after a long absence, she goes to talk to Victor, with Lucas hot on her heels. When it's revealed that it's ''not'' Josie, but her clone, we get this exchange:
-->'''Lucas:''' You're Josie's clone! The one that was created accidentally in freshmen year.
-->'''Victor:''' The Trent girl has a clone?
-->'''Lucas:''' It's a long story.
-->'''Victor:''' So bore me!
** Later in the same conversation:
-->'''Josie's Clone:''' We need to see someone.
-->'''Lucas:''' The janitor?
-->'''Victor:''' The janitor?!
-->'''Josie's Clone:''' No, he won't tell us anything, not after what I've done. But there's someone else who might. ''(walks away)''
-->'''Victor (to Lucas):''' The janitor?!
-->''(Lucas shrugs)''
* CrossReferencedTitles: The first episode is titled "Wormhole". "Wormhole Part 2" is not the second episode, but the ''second season premiere''.
* CrypticallyUnhelpfulAnswer: The janitor tends to answer questions this way.
* DawsonCasting: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. Like a [[Series/{{Degrassi}} certain other]] Canadian TV show aimed at adolescents, they actually decided to hire actors who were the same (or very near the same) age as their characters.
* ADayInTheLimelight: One or more for each of the characters.
* DidNotGetTheGirl: [[spoiler: Lucas.]]
* EasyAmnesia: Professor Z in "Who?" gets his mind wiped by the wormhole. Easily fixed by the end of the episode, though ''not'' by a tap on the head--as Corrine berates Lucas for attempting earlier in the episode. Lucas' defense, despite being a science buff, is that "it worked on Gilligan's Island!"
* ElaborateUniversityHigh: Surprisingly averted, considering it takes place at a boarding school. Blake Holsey is jut one building, and we really only ever see one hallway, three dorm rooms, a few offices, and the cafeteria.
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: The growing attraction between Marshall and Corrine, and the UST between Josie and Vaughn. Even though neither of these couples really dated formally, everyone assumed they were. This is lampshaded by Marshall's friends in the epsidoe "Friction."
* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The last three episodes take place over maybe 2-3 days, if that.
* FateDrivesUsTogether: Touched upon with Josie and Vaughn in "Chirality."
* FateWorseThanDeath: [[spoiler: Josie gets trapped in an alternate timeline where everything is in ruin and she is the only occupant. The worst part is she stayed there for ''a year!'']]
** [[spoiler: Worse than that even. Clone Josie CHOOSES to take Josie's place for the rest of her life.]]
* FatherIDontWantToFight: Vaughn ends up allying with the Science Club after having some serious qualms over the things his father asks him to do for the sake of resurrecting Pearadyne Labs.
* FieryRedhead: Josie
* FiveManBand
** TheHero: Josie
** TheLancer: Lucas
** TheBigGuy: Vaughn
** TheSmartGuy: Marshall
** TheChick: Corrine
** [[MentorArchetype Mentor]]: Professor Z
* FlowersForAlgernonSyndrome: The premise behind the episode "Transference"; the vortex causes Vaughn to suck more intelligence from Josie, leaving him with the ability to build [[FridgeHorror a cold fusion reactor]] while Josie barely has enough brain power to stay awake. In the end, a [[spoiler: kiss]] snaps everything back to normal.
* FollowYourNose: To entice students away from the paranormally addicting (but non-substantive) energy bars in "Nutrition," the gang and Z prepare homemade spaghetti, and use fans and tunnels to pipe the smell throughout the school. It works.
* ForWantOfANail: "Fate": Taking his mother's hairclip in the past prevents Vaughn's parents from getting together, erasing his existence, uncreating Pearadyne Labs, and, for some reason, turning Professor Z into a pizza boy.
** Professor Z had a Pearadyne labs scholarship, without it: pizza boy.
** Perhaps a bit of a subversion, as it later turns out that, while the hairclip was involved, the real catalyst for both Vaughn's parents getting together, the creation of Pearadyne labs, and the black hole, was Victor stealing the Qi Gong ball when Josie returned to the past to replace the hairclip.
* FreakyFriday: "Brainwaves", where Lucas and Vaughn switch mental states.
* [[GeniusBookClub Genius Science Club]]
* GraduateFromTheStory: "Conclusions"
* GraduationForEveryone: Averted. [[spoiler: Though most of the main cast ''did'' graduate, Josie--who had been missing for over a year--mentions that she has to take summer school because, unlike the rest of them, she didn't finish high school.]]
* GrayingMorality: At the beginning of the series, the show's morality was very black and white. Victor bad, Science Club good. As the show progressed, who was good and who was evil became very blurred. In the end, it's revealed that [[spoiler: Victor was GoodAllAlong and that he was ''supposed'' to have the energy ball, and that makes ''Josie'' evil for trying to stop him.]]
* GreenEyedMonster: Josie and Marshall in "Friction," when Vaughn and Corrine become stuck together because of their fighting. And while Josie is jealous, she takes it rather well. Marshall, on the other hand, is ''hilarious'' when he's jealous.
-->''(The gang goes to research ways to get Corrine and Vaughn un-stuck.)''
-->'''Josie (to Vaughn and Corrine):''' And stay out of sight while we're gone.
-->'''Marshall:''' But not so out of sight that I can't see you!
* GroundhogDayLoop: "Thursday", for Corrine.
* HoldingHands: Josie and Vaughn's UST really took off in "Lost" when Vaughn suggests they hold hands so [[ItMakesSenseInContext neither of them disappear.]] PlayedForLaughs with Professor Z and Principal Durst, who do the same thing while out looking for the kids.
** Corrine and Vaughn are also forced to hold hands in "Friction," when the wormhole sticks them together because of their fighting. Originally, he was holding onto her arm (where he had grabbed her to get her attention), and they found that while the friction wouldn't let them let go of each other, Vaughn could slide his hand to a more comfortable position. They spend about half the episode with Vaughn's arm around Corrine's shoulders, and the other half holding hands. HilarityEnsues when Marshall's jealousy starts coming out.
* HollywoodScience: Though occasionally averted. Emphasis on the occasionally.
* IAmNotMyFather: Vaughn struggles with this; on the one hand, he believes that what his father is doing is wrong, but still feels loyal to him. He struggles to gain and keep the gang's trust, and does not want to become like his father.
* IdenticalGrandson: Principal Durst in "Past", when Josie time traveled to when the high school was first built.
* IncredibleShrinkingMan: Josie, "Shrink".
* ItSeemedLikeAGoodIdeaAtTheTime: "Radio", "Robot", "Technology". Using leftover Peardyne phlebotinum in an electronics project and have it result in the device developing mysterious [[strike:supernatural]]scientific powers once can be counted an accident. By the ''third time'', it seems like carelessness.
* ItWasAGift: Professor Z apparently owns a polka CD. He suggests using it to rid the school of rapidly multiplying sponges in "Ecosystem", to the confused expressions of Marshall and Lucas.
* ItsAllMyFault: Josie realizes near the end of the series that she is responsible for all the goings-on with Victor. ''She'' was the one who went back in time with the floating ball and unwittingly gave Victor the means to start (and destroy) Pearadyne. It's when she goes back in time again to try and fix it where things go [[FromBadToWorse from bad to worse.]]
* JerkJock: Vaughn started out as this, but then the trope right below this one happened. Stu, on the other hand....
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Vaughn
* JockDadNerdSon: Inverted with Victor and Vaughn; Victor Pearson was a science geek in high school, Vaughn is the stereotypical jock. There are mentions in the series of Victor's disappointment with Vaughn's low grades (despite knowing his son suffers from dyslexia), but it doesn't create too much friction otherwise.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: See below example of [[NoExportForYou No Export For You]] as to why.
* LIsForDyslexia: In "Brainwaves" we learn that Vaughn is dyslexic.
* LivingAphrodisiac: The protaganist in "Allure." The wormhole turns Corrine's Venus Fly Trap into a teenage girl...who quickly gathers the attention of all of the boys in school. Unfortunately, her motives aren't to date the boys but to eat them for lunch.
* LivingWithTheVillain: Victor and Vaughn. Briefly toyed with with Josie and her mother as well.
* LovesMyAlterEgo: Corrine falls hard for Marshall's [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys bad boy alter ego]] in "Hemispheres." It's a bit of a subversion, since she does have a crush on the regular Marshall. However, she gets seriously DistractedByTheSexy by the alter ego and the two even end up [[spoiler: sharing a kiss]] before she goes back to the real world.
* LoveTriangle: Josie, Vaughn, Lucas
* LukeIAmYourFather: In the made for TV movie, we learn that [[spoiler: Avenir is Josie's father]]
* MagneticPlotDevice: The wormhole.
* MarriedToTheJob: Victor, Josie's mom.
* MirrorChemistry: One episode is actually called "Chirality," and introduces the concept in a chemistry class -- then uses it as a justification for a PersonalitySwap episode.
* MirrorUniverse: "Hemisphere"; here, not an evil universe, but a "mirrored" one where everyone is right-brained (ie., artistic) rather than scientific.
* MissingMom /DisappearedDad: Vaughn's mother and Josie's father, respectively.
* MommyIssues: Josie has them. Her mother is away often for work, her work is very secretive (and in the end, it turns out she's working for [[spoiler: Pearadyne Labs]]), and she and her mother have differing personalities. It's stated that Josie's strong will and independence came as a result of not being able to rely on her mother as a child.
* TheMultiverse: How the wormhole works. Josie becomes trapped in a universe of her own creation in "Inquiry", in which the accident at Pearadyne never happened and Blake Holsey is condemned. She is the sole inhabitant of that universe, so getting her back without creating a paradox is the tricky part of "Conclusions." In the end, [[spoiler: Josie's clone takes her place.]]
* MythArc
* TheNapoleon: Josie. She is the shortest in the grade, and she does ''not'' like it. Even after she learns that it's better to be short but full-sized than shrunk to the size of an action figure.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Josie, "Inquiry"
* NeatFreak: Corrine.
* NoRomanticResolution: Much to the chagrin of fans, the movie left much to be desired in the way of shipping.
* NoodleIncident: In the episode "Cold," the school building gets a cold as the result of Pearadyne Technology mixing with the wormhole. Professor Z's office becomes extremely hot, while Durst's becomes extremely cold. She runs to his office to demand he fix it, when she notices he's sweating. And then:
-->'''Durst:''' Have you been working out in your shirt and tie...again?
* NothingExcitingEverHappensHere
* NoExportForYou: A DVD set of the first season ''was'' going to be released in the U.K. ONLY.... but then the trope was [[AvertedTrope averted]] when the release ''was canceled without any explanation whatsoever'', turning this instead into a case of [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Keep Circulating The Tapes]].
* OrderVersusChaos: Corrine and Josie, until it's revealed that while Josie may be impulsive and messy, she has her own way to categorizing and cataloging things--it's just not neat.
* OneLetterName: The kids call Professor Zachary "Professor Z." Or, in some cases, just "Z." He doesn't seem to mind or even notice.
* OpinionChangingDream: In "Nocturnal," Josie changes her mind about trusting Vaughn again after her waking dreams turn out to be hallucinations of Vaughn's memories.
* OppositesAttract: Josie and Vaughn
* OtherMeAnnoysMe: In "Culture" Josie accidentally creates a clone. This clone acts much different from her and she is annoyed at how her clone behaves. Things get really weird after the clone spends the afternoon with her mother there for a rare visit and [[MommyIssues her mother doesn't notice]].
* OurWormholesAreDifferent
* OverTheShoulderCarry: Vaughn to Josie in "Echolocation."
* PersonalRaincloud: Vaughn develops one in "Storm." He is upset about being asked to spy on his friends for his father, and the storm gets worse the more depressed he gets and the more he bottles things up. It eventually dissipates when he opens up.
* PowerOfTrust: In the episode "Nocturnal," Josie can't sleep and is plagued by hallucinations of Vaughn's memories. In the climax of the episode, she hallucinates Victor as Vaughn while Vaughn begs her to [[IAmNotMyFather trust him]]. When she admits that she does, despite a recent betrayal on Vaughn's part, the paranormal phenomenon keeping her perpetually awake stops and she's able to sleep.
* PutOnABus: Marshall transfers schools between the end of the third season and the beginning of the fourth (which takes place a year later). He appears in the finale, but only briefly.
** Tyler, an intellectual bully, goes through the wormhole both into the past and future. He learns more than even the Science Club and eventually leaves to go to a different school, where a bad guy is trying to control the wormhole. His departure was left as a cliff hanger, which was presumably going to come to fruition in the fourth season, but the cancellation of the show negated it.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: After the end of the third season, Fireworks Studios, who produced the show and provided its lifeline, closed down with short notice, and only left enough time for the crew to create a three episode-long finale, rather than the fourth and fifth seasons that were planned.
* RedHeadedHero: Josie
* ReplacementGoldfish: In "Conclusions," Lucas (who has always had feelings for Josie that were never returned) seems to develop a crush on Josie's clone, and is visibly distressed when it's suggested that she [[spoiler: take the real Josie's place in the timeline she is stuck in.]]
* RetCon: The final episode of Season 3 shows Josie arriving at a shuttered and abandoned Blake Holsey High with the war-torn ruins of a futuristic city in the background, the implication being that she's traveled to an AfterTheEnd future. The finale miniseries repeats the shot, but the city in the distance is gone, and it's later explained that she was shunted into some sort of pocket universe to protect the timeline from her meddling.
* RobotMaid: Josie's robot started out as this in "Robot," until she added some Pearadyne Technology and things [[GoneHorriblyWrong go horribly wrong.]]
* SchoolPlay: Romeo and Juliet in "Brainwaves".
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: "Fate", "Wormhole Part 2"
* ShirtlessScene: Vaughn gets one (much to Josie's surprise) when Josie knocks on his door in the middle of the night in "Nocturnal."
* ShoutOut: Marshall's last name is Wheeler. This is most likely a shout out, considering the fact that [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Archibald_Wheeler John Archibald Wheeler]] is the man who coined the terms "Black Hole" and "Wormhole". Victor Pearson may also be a reference to [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Popov Victor Popov]], and though a long shot, Vaughn may be a reference to the name Sean, since Robert Clark's (the actor who played Vaughn) brother is Daniel Clark, who played Sean on ''Series/{{Degrassi}}''.
* SoreLoser: Lucas
* SyndicationTitle: ''Strange Days at Blake Holsey High''
* TeenGenius: As science buffs, technically EVERYONE is one (except maybe Vaughn), but Corrine fits even more so than the others.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Between Lucas and Vaughn; Lucas dislikes Vaughn because he's convinced Vaughn is working with his father against the gang. And only slightly because Josie likes Vaughn rather than Lucas. Vaughn dislikes Lucas because he doesn't understand Lucas' lack of trust in him.
* TheSleepless: The episode "Nocturnal" is devoted to this trope. Josie becomes unable to sleep thanks to the wormhole influence. She starts developing hallucinations of Vaughn's memories.
* TheSnarkKnight: Sometimes Josie comes off as this.
* TheTalk: When Z loses his memory in "Who?", Lucas and Marshall attempt to jog it by teaching him scientific concepts. Unfortunately, one of the things Z asks them to explain is reproduction.
-->'''Marshall:''' There is ''no'' way I'm giving him TheTalk. My dad had a hard enough time explaining it to ''me!''
* TheWatcher: The mysterious janitor.
* TimeStandsStill:
** In "Stopwatch", Josie 's watch slows time almost to a stand still. It also appears the Josie Clone has this same ability.
** Used in a way in "Equations". Corinne's wormhole affected equation allowed her to effectively travel so fast that time is virtually stopped.
* TimeyWimeyBall: Literally. Josie takes a Qi Gong ball through the wormhole, which somehow negates its gravitational field. While time traveling, she loses the ball to a young Victor Pearson, who uses it as the basis for the original Pearadyne experiment which created the wormhole in the first place.
* TimeAlteringMacGuffin: The Qi Gong ball.
* TimeSkip: Between Season 3 and the movie.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Josie and Corrine, respectively, along with being polar opposites. It creates a lot of tension between them, since they're also roommates.
* TonkaTough: Honorable mention for Mr. Bunnypants, who is sent through the wormhole several times in "Inquiry" and comes out none the worse for wear.
* TooDumbToLive: Marshall is stunningly incautious for someone who knows about all the weird things going on.
* ToughLove: Vaughn's father borders on this with ParentalNeglect. He expects his son to carry on with his work, but shows no interest in him unless he's done something very right or messed up his plans. Vaughn is constantly trying to seek the approval of his father and never gets it.
* TwoTeacherSchool: Again, literally. The only teachers we see are the science teachers- one of whom only appears in two episodes. In fact, it would seem the only other faculty at the school are A) Principal Durst, B) The Janitor, and C) The Lunch Lady.
* {{UST}}: Vaughn and Josie (though {{Fanon}} would have you believe they had sex at some point), as well as when Vaughn and Corrine get stuck to each other in "Friction". Heck, even [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the title admits it]].
* VitriolicBestBuds: Corrine and Josie, who manage to be good friends despite the fact that they get on each others nerves.
* TheWatcher: Josie's clone is sent away at the end of "Culture" to become an Observer, someone who makes sure that no one screws up the timeline. The Janitor is revealed to be an "Observer of Observers" and often gives Josie mysterious advice.
* WhatTheHellDad: Vaughn has a few of these moments over the course of the show.
* WellDoneSonGuy: Vaughn and Victor's relationship is strained.
* WholePlotReference: "Invisible" references the ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' episode "Invisible Girl", "Thursday" is a take off on ''[[Film/GroundhogDay Groundhog Day]]'', "Pheromones" is a take off on ''[[InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers Invasion of the Body Snatchers]]'', and "Probability" is a take off on the short story ''Behind the News'', the latter two listed both being (originally, anyway) stories written by Jack Finney.
* WholesomeCrossdresser: While not a series regular, Lucas reveals that Marshall once dressed up as a girl to compete in a camp beauty contest...and won.
* YouDoNotWantToKnow: Principal Durst has a moment of GenreSavvy in the finale, when she sees Lucas, Marshall, and Corrine running away from the graduation ceremony with a device to help thwart the series BigBad.
-->'''Professor Z (unconvincingly):''' Graduation day, trying to squeeze in one last experiment. They all love science!
-->'''Principal Durst:'''I really don't want to know what's going here, do I?
-->'''Professor Z:''' Nope.
-->'''Principal Durst:''' No.
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