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Recap / My Gym Partners A Monkey S 4 E 19 Knights Of The Multiplication Table

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After Jake disrupts Mr. Blowhole's class for the umpteenth time, Phineas imagines destroying him.

  • Alternate Reality Episode: This episode is about a medieval version of My Gym Partner's a Monkey, where The Spiffies are heroic knights, and Jake Spidermonkey is an evil dragon.
  • Big Bad: Jake Dragonmonkey.
  • Curse Cut Short: Adam's final ballad, featured a song, where the final word was presumably "poo".
    Adam: Through thick and thin, the knights fight on, though fight they rarely do. As a matter of fact, these valiant knights are as dangerous as po-Hey, wait a second.
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  • Damsel in Distress: Lady Warthog, was a princess being held captive by Jake Dragonmonkey, awaiting The Knights of the Multiplication Table to come and save her.
  • A Day in the Limelight: This episode focused more on The Spiffies, than it did on Adam and Jake, even when counting their respective medieval counterparts.
  • The Dragon: Jake Spidermonkey, as Jake Dragonmonkey.
  • Enthralling Siren: Every main, major, and recurring female character is portrayed as a mermaid in a school of sirens, who used their beautiful singing, to hypnotize Adam and The Spiffies.
  • Failure Hero: The Knights of the Multiplication Table weaseled their way through their quest, by dodging every obstacle that came their way.
  • Fantasy Sequence: Phineas has one in this episode.
  • Her Code Name Was "Mary Sue": Phineas' alter-ego of "Sir Chauncy of Glendale".
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  • The Jester: Adam Lyon.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: Phineas Porpoise, or "Sir Chauncy of Glendale".
  • The Middle Ages: The time period, wherein Phineas' imaginary story takes place.
  • These Questions Three...: Slips and Windsor were a two-headed monster, who would not allow The Knights to pass, until they answered "These Questions Three". However, Slips told Windsor that "three" was too much for him to remember, so they should just make it "Questions Two", spawning an argument between the two, distracting them from even asking any questions to begin with.
  • Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Phineas implies that he lives in Glendale, California, despite a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment in "Grub Drive", hinting that the setting of My Gym Partner's a Monkey is in Burbank, California.

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