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* BadExportForYou: As stated below, the whole series is legally available on YouTube, but every episode is cropped from its original 16:9 aspect ratio.

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* BadExportForYou: As stated below, the whole series is legally available on YouTube, Website/YouTube, but every episode is cropped from its original 16:9 aspect ratio.



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted in the case of the actual episodes. The episodes are all up on YouTube, but the DVD releases of [[PilotMovie Wayside: The Movie]] and Season 1 (which both feature the original widescreen versions of the episodes) are ''very'' hard to find, and aren't cheaply priced on eBay or Amazon (most likely for being given a limited run, since it wasn't released officially as a Nickelodeon-branded DVD).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted in the case of the actual episodes. The episodes are all up on YouTube, [=YouTube=], but the DVD releases of [[PilotMovie Wayside: The Movie]] and Season 1 (which both feature the original widescreen versions of the episodes) are ''very'' hard to find, and aren't cheaply priced on eBay or Amazon (most likely for being given a limited run, since it wasn't released officially as a Nickelodeon-branded DVD).


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Nickelodeon gave the show some decent advertising and a decent timeslot when the show first came out (despite premiering it at the end of the American school year), before screwing around with it's timeslot and ultimately shoved it to the side before its cancellation (though it did premiere the Christmas episode as part of the 2008 Christmas celebrations).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Nickelodeon gave the show some decent advertising and a decent timeslot when the show first came out (despite premiering it at the end of the American school year), before screwing around with it's timeslot and ultimately shoved it to the side before its cancellation (though it did premiere the Christmas episode as part of the 2008 2007 Christmas celebrations).


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Nickelodeon gave the show some decent advertising and a decent timeslot when the show first came out (despite premiering it at the end of the American school year), before screwing around with it's timeslot and ultimately shoved it to the side before its cancellation (though it did premiere the Christmas episode as part of the 2008 Christmas celebrations).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Nickelodeon gave the show some decent advertising and a decent timeslot when the show first came out (despite premiering it at the end of the American school year), before screwing around with it's timeslot and ultimately shoved it to the side before its cancellation (though it did premiere the Christmas episode as part of the 2008 Christmas celebrations).celebrations).
* TheWikiRule: The [[http://wayside.wikia.com/wiki/Wayside_Wiki Wayside Wiki]].


* CelebrityVoiceActor: In the pilot movie, Todd is voiced by MichaelCera and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathy Najimy.

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* CelebrityVoiceActor: In the pilot movie, Todd is voiced by MichaelCera Creator/MichaelCera and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathy Najimy.


* CelebrityVoiceActor: In the pilot movie, Todd is voiced by MichaelCera and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathy Najimy.



* TheOtherDarrin:
** In the pilot movie, Todd is voiced by MichaelCera and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathy Najimy. In the series, Todd is voiced by Mark Rendall and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathleen Laskey.

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* TheOtherDarrin:
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TheOtherDarrin: As mentioned above, the pilot movie, movie has Michael Cera as the voice of Todd is voiced by MichaelCera and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathy Najimy. In Najimy as the series, Todd is voice of Mrs. Jewls, while in the series they're voiced by Mark Rendall and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathleen Laskey.

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* TheOtherDarrin:
** In the pilot movie, Todd is voiced by MichaelCera and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathy Najimy. In the series, Todd is voiced by Mark Rendall and Mrs. Jewls is voiced by Kathleen Laskey.

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* BadExportForYou: As stated below, the whole series is legally available on YouTube, but every episode is cropped from its original 16:9 aspect ratio.


* CreatorBacklash: A fan artist stated that the author of the original ''Wayside School'' books was not very fond of the series. He did tell her that he did like the animation and, when he saw the artist's drawing of Louis (his AuthorAvatar from the books/show), remarked "Well, he certainly takes after me.". [[http://web.archive.org/web/20090602135531/http://www.freewebs.com/juliesdrawings/wayside.htm#194855611]]

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* CreatorBacklash: A fan artist stated that the author of the original ''Wayside School'' books was not very fond of (Louis Sachar) didn't particularly like the series. He She did tell her that mention that, despite his feelings towards the series, he did like the animation and, when he saw the artist's drawing of Louis (his AuthorAvatar from the books/show), remarked "Well, he certainly takes after me.". [[http://web.archive.org/web/20090602135531/http://www.freewebs.com/juliesdrawings/wayside.htm#194855611]]


** The second season itself, didn't receive a DVD release.

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** The second season itself, itself didn't receive a DVD release.


* CreatorBacklash: A fan artist stated that the author of the original ''Wayside School'' books was not very fond of the series. He stated that he did like the animation and, when he saw the artist's drawing of Louis (his AuthorAvatar from the books/show), remarked "Well, he certainly takes after me.". [[http://web.archive.org/web/20090602135531/http://www.freewebs.com/juliesdrawings/wayside.htm#194855611]]
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted in the case of the actual episodes. The episodes are all up on YouTube, but the DVD releases of [[PilotMovie Wayside: The Movie]] and Season 1 (which both feature the original widescreen versions of the episodes) are ''very'' hard to find, and aren't cheaply priced.

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* CreatorBacklash: A fan artist stated that the author of the original ''Wayside School'' books was not very fond of the series. He stated did tell her that he did like the animation and, when he saw the artist's drawing of Louis (his AuthorAvatar from the books/show), remarked "Well, he certainly takes after me.". [[http://web.archive.org/web/20090602135531/http://www.freewebs.com/juliesdrawings/wayside.htm#194855611]]
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted in the case of the actual episodes. The episodes are all up on YouTube, but the DVD releases of [[PilotMovie Wayside: The Movie]] and Season 1 (which both feature the original widescreen versions of the episodes) are ''very'' hard to find, and aren't cheaply priced.priced on eBay or Amazon (most likely for being given a limited run, since it wasn't released officially as a Nickelodeon-branded DVD).



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Nickelodeon gave the show some decent advertising and a decent timeslot when the show first came out (premiering it at the end of the American school year), before screwing around with it's timeslot and ultimately shoved it to the side before its cancellation (though it did premiere the Christmas episode as part of the 2008 Christmas celebrations).

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Nickelodeon gave the show some decent advertising and a decent timeslot when the show first came out (premiering (despite premiering it at the end of the American school year), before screwing around with it's timeslot and ultimately shoved it to the side before its cancellation (though it did premiere the Christmas episode as part of the 2008 Christmas celebrations).

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** The second season itself, didn't receive a DVD release.


* HeyItsThatVoice: Creator/MichaelCera voiced Todd for the hour long TheMovie {{Pilot}}, then he was replaced by one of the many voices of ''{{WesternAnimation/Arthur}}''.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted in the case of the actual episodes. The episodes are all up on YouTube, but the DVD releases of [[PilotMovie Wayside: The Movie]] and Season 1 (which both feature the original widescreen versions of the episodes) are ''very'' hard to find, and aren't cheaply priced.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted in the case of the actual episodes. The episodes are all up on YouTube, but the DVD releases of [[PilotMovie Wayside: The Movie]] and Season 1 (which both feature the original widescreen versions of the episodes) are ''very'' hard to find, and aren't cheaply priced.priced.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Nickelodeon gave the show some decent advertising and a decent timeslot when the show first came out (premiering it at the end of the American school year), before screwing around with it's timeslot and ultimately shoved it to the side before its cancellation (though it did premiere the Christmas episode as part of the 2008 Christmas celebrations).


* HeyItsThatVoice: Creator/MichaelCera voiced Todd for the hour long TheMovie {{Pilot}}, then he was replaced by one of the many voices of ''{{WesternAnimation/Arthur}}''.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: Creator/MichaelCera voiced Todd for the hour long TheMovie {{Pilot}}, then he was replaced by one of the many voices of ''{{WesternAnimation/Arthur}}''.''{{WesternAnimation/Arthur}}''.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Averted in the case of the actual episodes. The episodes are all up on YouTube, but the DVD releases of [[PilotMovie Wayside: The Movie]] and Season 1 (which both feature the original widescreen versions of the episodes) are ''very'' hard to find, and aren't cheaply priced.


* CreatorBacklash: A fan artist stated that the author of the original ''Wayside School'' books was not very fond of the series. He state did liked the animation and, when he say the artist's drawing of Louis (his AuthorAvatar from the books/show), remarked "Well, he certainly takes after me.". [[http://web.archive.org/web/20090602135531/http://www.freewebs.com/juliesdrawings/wayside.htm#194855611]]

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* CreatorBacklash: A fan artist stated that the author of the original ''Wayside School'' books was not very fond of the series. He state stated that he did liked like the animation and, when he say saw the artist's drawing of Louis (his AuthorAvatar from the books/show), remarked "Well, he certainly takes after me.". [[http://web.archive.org/web/20090602135531/http://www.freewebs.com/juliesdrawings/wayside.htm#194855611]]

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