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Recap / Sanders' Sides S1 E6 "I'M IN A DISNEY SHOW!!"

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Thomas announces that he's going to appear in an episode of the Disney show Bizaardvark. The Sides rise up on him to ask him how the experience of doing the episode was.

Release date: January 23, 2017

WARNING: Untagged spoilers ahead. Read at your own risk.


  • Accidental Public Confession: Morality deliberately states that Thomas' Misleading Compliments series is just a form of Clickbait-y insults. Both Logic and Thomas himself react with shocked expressions.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: When he mentions things he has done recently, he mentions singing "What You Own" from RENT with Adam Pascal, being characterized as an old man for a prank in a ComicCon, and trying squid. He adds he has to learn to stop ending with the boring one.
  • Based on a True Story: Everything in this episode is based on the true events of how Thomas was contacted by Disney to appear as a guest star on Bizaardvark, the actual process of filming the episode and the release date he announces. Everything is true... except Thomas talking to the Sides, of course.
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  • Big "WHAT?!": That's how Princey rises up when he hears Thomas is appearing in a Disney show.
  • Canon Discontinuity: In this episode, Anxiety rises up like the other main Sides instead of appearing like in all the rest of his appearances. This apparently trivial detail would create a significant discontinuity in season 2 of the series.
  • Fanboy: Princey can help squeeing and going hysterical over the thought of Thomas doing something for Disney:
    Princey: DISNEY, Thomas!
    Thomas: I know!
    Thomas: You gonna be ok?
    Princey: [Incoherent squee]
    Thomas: Ok, I'm gonna move on while you work this out.
    Princey: OK!
  • Shoutout: Thomas' first scene shows him cosplaying as Harry Potter. He says that it's Not What It Looks Like. Later, he makes a self reference to his own Narrating People's Lives Vine series when the Sides ask him to shout his trademark STORYTIME! before beginning the story.

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