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This is a "Wild Mass Guess" entry, where we pull out all the sanity stops on theorizing. The regular entry on this topic is elsewhere. Please see this programme note.
Clone High
It's never coming back
The series lasted less than a year with a mere thirteen episodes, and it has only obtained the cult it has today thanks to the Internet, as it faded into near obscurity after it was Cut Short.

MTV will make new episodes in 2013
It would work good since the series ended in 2003 and Beavis And Butthead got to be brought back.
  • Jossed.

The Fraternity is behind the Clone High project.
The need for it is so they can build up their forces so they can take over other Earths...and Mr. B keeps saying Wesley because he saw a certain gunslinging assassin at work and he got scarred for life.

The Board reminds clones of how their predecessor died to control them.
The Grassy Knoll diner and the portrait of Lincoln being shot are just a couple of examples of strategically-placed "reminders" of how the clones' predecessors originally died. In addition, Joan seems acutely aware of the whole "burned at the stake" deal. The real reason there was a 38% chance of it happening again was actually because the Shadowy Figures use these as veiled threats to keep the clones in line. Mr. B was likely listing off a statistic regarding clones who were made an example of.

The clones aren't actually clones.
They're just test tube people that look kind of like historical figures.
The Cleveland ShowWMG/Western Animation (Series)Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island

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