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Trivia / My Gym Partner's a Monkey

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  • Banned Episode: The episode "The Butt Of The Jake" was banned in 2007 as it was deemed too vulgar and "butt-filled" for younger audiences.
  • Banned in China: The episode "Amazon Kevin", which features a Crocodile Hunter Captain Ersatz, was never aired in Australia again in the wake of Steve Irwin's unfortunate demise. Watch the episode for yourself, and you'll know why.
  • Cross-Dressing Voices:
    • Nika Futterman as Adam. Both Spanish dubs (Mexico and Spain) avert this; Abraham Vega (Mexico) and Miguel Rius (Spain) are male.
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    • Brian Doyle-Murray as Coach Gills!
    • Phil La Marr as both Sharkowskis.
    • Cree Summer as Eddie Panther,
  • The Danza: Student counselor Mandrill's first name is Maurice, as in VA Maurice Lamarche.
  • Fake Brit: Tom Kenny as Dickie Sugarjumper.
    • In-episode example: When everyone at CDMS are forced to wear school uniforms, everyone, except Dickie (who is British of course), Adam and Principal Pixiefrog, started speaking in obviously fake British accents.
    • Speaking of Tom Kenny, David Coppertrout also qualifies.
    • Then, there's Jake's cousin Lord Saucypants, voiced by Rick Gomez.
  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: Two DVD volumes of the show do exist but they're Region 4 and region locked. The series has never had an American home video release to date, aside from the episode "Bubble or Nothing" being featured on the Cartoon Fridays compilation DVD. The entire series is available on iTunes however, and the first season is available on Netflix.
  • Talking to Himself: Another Cartoon Network series that tries to save their budget.
    • Did you know that Ingrid and Lupe are both voiced by Grey Delisle?
    • And both Slips and Windsor are voiced by Rick Gomez?
    • Not to mention that Maurice Lamarche voices most of the male CDMS faculty.
    • There's also Tom Kenny voicing Jake, Henry Armadillo, Dickie Sugarjumper, Corey Vulture, David Coppertrout, and Chad.


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