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The Show

  • Mixed with awesomeness, when Principal Strickler gets upset at Mrs. Helperman because she's trying to incorporate as many other religions in their old school play in the episode "A Dog For All Seasons", Mrs. Helperman (Who is usually held back from getting too upset) ends up going on her own rant against Principal Strickler about how times change and how there needs to be updates in their old Christmas play, but still withholding back as much anger as possible while making her point. Strickler is left in awe after this.
    Principal Strickler: (Shocked and Sadden) You don't have to yell at me...
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  • In The Flipper, Leonard has become the best card flipper in school thanks to Scott's training and has not only won all the cards of his classmates but also has beaten the former card flipping champion, Principal Strickler with such an amazingly talented shot that nobody believes it was planned. The others try to persuade Scott to play against Leonard in hopes of getting their card back, but Scott refuses, admitting that he himself has been upped by Leonard despite refusing to believe that he planned that feat as well. L Eonard, partly from bitterness at Scott for putting down his achievemnt publicly, soon proves that while he may have great skill in flipping cards, insulting...not so much....
    Leonard: Scott's scared! Scott's a chicken! Quack Quack Quack!
    Scott: (With a You Have GOT To Be Kidding Me expressions: Uh, that's a duck sound, but we get your point.

The Movie

  • In the beginning of The Movie, Spot is watching Disney's Pinocchio when the Blue Fairy comes right out of the TV to grant him his wish. Then she starts hitting him with her wand.
    Spot: OW!! You're hurting me, dear Blue Fairy!
    Blue Fairy: (In Pretty Boy's voice) I AIN'T NO FAIRY! (Image changes to Pretty Boy) And it's time to get up!
  • Scott dresses up like his "mom", "sister", "grandma", and "uncle" to convince Mary Lou to take him to Florida with her and Leonard.
    "Grandma Leadready": Young lady, I missed my chance to go to Florida when I was the boy's age. And look at what a bitter old woman it turned me into!
    Mary Lou: Oh you must be Scott's gran-
    "Grandma Leadready": I CAN'T TALK TO YOU I'M TOO BITTER!


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