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Recap / My Gym Partners A Monkey S 1 E 22 Guano In Sixty Seconds

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Jake discovers asbestos in the ceiling of the school.

  • Big Eater: Jake eats bat guano, or was it asbestos?
  • Bigger on the Inside: Apparently, all 3,452 students of Charles Darwin Middle School, were able to fit inside of a small camper trailer.
  • The Cobbler's Children Have No Shoes: Miss Loon, the art teacher, has no appreciation for art in this episode, having seen her cephalapod students replicate The Mona Lisa, Starry Night, and The Portrait of Napoleon, and think it's garbage.
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  • Extremely Short Timespan: Adam and Jake had 10 different classes throughout the episode, but this was all still just a small portion of their one school day.
  • Getting Hot in Here: The first side effect Jake experienced was heat flashes.
    Jake: Is it hot in here, or is it just me? ... Oh, no. It's me!
  • Hazmat Suit: People had to come by wearing these, to decontaminate the school.
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: A sardine kid makes a drawn out joke of how being cramped up in the trailer, makes everything "packed in there like himself".
    Sardine: Man, it's packed up in here like me ... get it? ... I'm a sardine ... It's packed in here like sardines ... like me.
  • Locked in a Room: Everyone in the school was stuffed into a cramped little trailer.
  • Losing Horns: Principal Pixiefrog verbally says Type B, when the school gets destroyed, by the portable slamming into it, and making the walls crumble down. He carelessly shrugs and looks at the camera, saying this as the iris out happens.
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  • Magic Brakes: Jake breaks the parking brakes, by scratching against the lever.
  • Pass the Popcorn: Jake eats asbestos out of a popcorn container.
  • The Snack Is More Interesting: Jake interrupted a bunch of his classes, ignoring his teachers, while eating his *ahem* "popcorn".
  • Your Mind Makes It Real: Jake read a pamphlet on a bunch of side-effects from eating ceiling asbestos, causing him to freak out and imagine himself actually having those issues. None of it was real, but because of his mind thinking it was, the effects still came into play.

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