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Recess
Recess Logo.gif
Format Animated series
Created by Paul Germain
Joe Ansolabehere
Starring Ross Malinger
(1997-1998)
Andrew Lawrence
(1998-2001)
Rickey D'Shon Collins
Ashley Johnson
Pamela Adlon
Jason Davis
Courtland Mead
April Winchell
Dabney Coleman
Allyce Beasley
Ryan O'Donohue
Toran Caudell
Erik von Detten
Blake McIver Ewing
Anndi McAfee
Helen Slayton-Hughes
(1999-2001)
Country of origin  United States
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 128 (Episode List)
Production
Running time Two 10-minute episodes plus commercials
Broadcast
Original channel ABC, Disney Channel, Toon Disney, Disney XD
Original run September 13, 1997 – December 9, 2003

Recess is an American animated television series that was created by Paul Germain and Joe Ansolabehere, and produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. The series focuses on six elementary school students and their interaction with other classmates and teachers.

Contents

Premise

Recess portrays the lives of six fourth graders as they go about their daily lives in a highly clichéd school environment. The students of Third Street School have set up a microcosm of traditional human society complete with its own government, class system, and set of unwritten laws. They are ruled by a monarch, King Bob, who has various enforcers to make sure his decrees are carried out. The little society has a long list of rigid values and social norms that imposes a high expectation of conformity upon all the students.

Recess is illustrated to be a symbol of freedom—a time when the kids can express themselves and develop meaningful relationships. Most episodes involve one or more of the main six characters seeking a rational balance between individuality and social order. They are often defending their freedom against perceived threats by adults or social norms. The group's leader, T.J. Detweiler, tends to have the most complete vision of this struggle, though even he has times when he inadvertently leads the group too far toward an extreme of conformity or nonconformity.

Production

Recess premiered on ABC's One Saturday Morning programming block on September 13, 1997. Despite coexisting with big-name Disney shows like Pepper Ann and Doug, Recess established itself as one of the most popular and successful shows of its time. Recess 's success spawned two direct to video titles and one theatrical film, Recess: School's Out, which was released in 2001. On an ABC Saturday Morning preview seen on the video release of the live-action 101 Dalmatians movie, a what appeared to be pilot or prototype version was seen, with many of the characters looking different, a completely different title card, and sloppier animation.

The series was cancelled in 2001, and Disney stopped airing new episodes after November 1, 2001, but still continued to show episodes on ABC's One Saturday Morning until 2002 and UPN's Disney's One Too programming blocks until 2003 when both blocks were phased out. Re-runs also aired on ABC Kids until September 2005 (when the block turned into an all Disney Channel line-up). It also remained on the Disney Channel until 2003. Disney Channel has put it back in their weekday morning schedule and Toon Disney aired it from 2002-2009. So far, the episodes from Season 6 have not been shown again since their initial airing. [1] The cancellation led to Disney still releasing the unaired episodes to video. In 2003, two direct-to-video movies were made of Recess. Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade, one of the films, was actually made up of three different Recess episodes that take place in what can only be called a previously unreleased and unfinished seventh season where all the characters are now in the fifth grade. Reruns of the show still run on early mornings on Disney Channel, and on Disney XD which replaced Toon Disney on February 2009 and after a few occasional showings, integrated the series onto its morning lineup on June 4, 2009. Canada still shows reruns of Recess on Family, and is also being aired on Disney Channel Latin America on late-nights only. [2].

Characters

Main Characters

  • Theodore Jasper "T.J." Detweiler
T.J. is the main protagonist of the series. He is the ringleader of his five best friends. He usually spends time planning pranks against the teachers at which he is quite talented. His siblings include an older sister named Becky who was seen in Recess: School's Out and was voiced by Melissa Joan Hart. T.J. has good leadership skills, and has a talent for speaking in public. TJ wears a red baseball cap, brim backwards. According to the episode Wild Child, TJ views this cap as part of who he is. TJ also sports a forest green sports jacket, white t-shirt, blue jeans, and red and white sneakers with white laces. His hair is brown, and he has a light dusting of freckles.
He was voiced by Ross Malinger from 1997-1998, Andrew Lawrence from 1998-2001 and Myles Jeffrey.
  • Vincent Pierre "Vince" LaSalle
Vince is the most athletic kid at Third Street School. Vince was voiced by Rickey D'Shon Collins.
  • Ashley Funicello[3] Spinelli
Spinelli is a wrestling fan and is Italian American. Although small for her age, Spinelli is a huge tomboy. Spinelli's mother at one point remarked that Spinelli has a crush on T.J.; however, it should be noted that this assertion is never confirmed in the series. In the episode "Spinelli's Masterpiece", it is revealed that she has an incredible talent for art. She has twice personally gotten on the good side of Miss Finster: once when Miss Finster babysat her for the weekend, and once when she rescued Miss Finster's cat from a tree. Several times, Spinelli mentions her big brother Joey, though he never appears[4]. She is loosely a member of the group known as the Ashleys (by name association only) and called upon by the other Ashleys if a gift is too beneath to them to accept, but an Ashley is needed to accept it. Ashley was voiced by Pamela Adlon.
  • Gretchen Priscilla Grundler (Levi Carlisle)
Gretchen is an academically talented and extremely intelligent girl, known as "Smart Girl" on the playground. She has shown the ability to do many academic things that other students in her grade find complicated. She is assisted by a calculator sized hand held machine called a Galileo. She was voiced by Ashley Johnson, and Galileo was voiced by Eric Idle.
  • Michael "Mikey" Blumberg
Mikey is a chunky, mild mannered, and philosophical 10-year old. He is good at playing goalie in soccer due to his height. He writes poetry, performs ballet, and believes in notions of peace that are often dismissed by the others. Though Mikey is known for being a "sweet-souled giant," there have been times where Mikey is revealed to have a dark side (particularly apparent when others take advantage of him or do not take him seriously). Mikey's speaking voice was provided by Jason Davis and his singing voice was provided by Robert Goulet.
Mikey Blumberg was named after Disney employee Barry Blumberg, who defended the production of the show with creators Paul Germain and Joe Ansolabehere.
  • Gustav Patton "Gus" Griswald
Gus is a new kid in Third Street Elementary. Gus is usually naive to the rules of the playground and its traditions. Gus comes from a very disciplined military family, which caused his family to move around frequently (he has attended 12 schools in six years before he began attending Third Street). Gus was voiced by Courtland Mead.

Minor Characters

  • Muriel P. Finster
Miss Finster (voiced by April Winchell) is an assistant teacher who is the children's constant nemesis on the playground. Archetypal authoritarian teacher personality, Miss Finster has a strong desire for a school in which kids aren't allowed to have fun or act like children. She is feared by all the children, and is always closely followed by her teacher's pet, the equally nefarious Randall C. Weems, who is also largely disliked by the other students. In terms of inter-personal relationships, Miss Finster has been shown to have a crush on the school's janitor, Hank and is friends with Spinelli's parents. Of particular note is that she used to have a much sunnier disposition and throughout the series glimpses of this are seen with occasional references to her experiences in Guam. Despite her old age, Finster is an accomplished boxer and is generally in excellent physical condition.
  • Principal Peter Prickly
Principal Prickly (voiced by Dabney Coleman) is the principal of Third Street School and is generally a cold authority figure. However it is shown that he cares about his charges, showing leniency and kindness on occasion. He has an older brother who crops up from time to time, a rival elementary school principal; despite this similarity, Prickly's brother is significantly older and nastier. As a child he also attended Third Street Elementary, during which time he was referred to as "Petey", a name that is sometimes referenced. His ultimate dream is to be a principal at a middle school.
  • Randall C. Weems
Randall (voiced by Ryan O'Donohue) is the resident snitch of the playground. He is at the beck and call of Miss Finster, who rewards him with various confiscated items and cookies. He pesters T.J. and his pals and seems to enjoy his position on the playground. He is hunched over and almost always seen with a notepad or recording device, waiting to report trouble makers. His job as a playground snitch however has made him greatly disliked by his peers. Because of this, the students have gotten wise to Randall's spying tactics, and became able to avoid him, threatening his position as Miss Finster's spy on some occasions. Whilst his parents are both relatively kind, they have also been shown to be spying and snitching on their neighbors.
  • Theresa Laverne "Cornchip Girl" LaMaise
Cornchip Girl (voiced by Aria Noelle Curzon) is a sweet and loving girl who always thinks of other people and also gives people lots of useful advice. She is often seen with a blue and white dress. She has brown hair and is relatively short.
  • Menlo
Menlo (voiced by Blake Ewing) is Ms. Lemon's filing assistant, a very organized boy who wears a shirt and tie to school and spends most of his time inside Principal Prickly's office, rarely going outside to recess. He boasts while not a smart as Gretchen he is far more organized than anyone (including Gretchen). Before the current time line he was a rowdy kid, and T.J.'s best friend. Although Menlo is sometimes an antagonist to the main characters, T.J. still attends Menlo's birthday party every year.
  • King Bob
King Bob (voiced by Toran Caudell) is the uni browed current ruler of the Third Street playground and the former prankster prince, whose throne sits atop the jungle gym. He is one of the school's older students (he is in the sixth grade). Bob is regularly depicted with a number "8" hockey jersey, and carries a hockey stick as a scepter.
He rules fairly in the hopes of being remembered when he has left the school, though does occasionally take things too far, such as building a pyramid by forcing the playground to build it, but later has to apologize to those he wronged. He is said to be a sixth grader, though he appears in T.J.'s class in at least one episode.
  • Earwin Lawson
Lawson (voiced by Erik Von Detten), as he is always known, is the fifth-grader archenemy of T.J. and his gang, but has expressed being fond of T.J. in an episode. Like T.J., he usually wears a baseball cap, but unlike him, Lawson's visor sticks out in front and he is tall and lanky.
  • Miss Grotke
Miss Grotke (voiced by Allyce Beasley) is the fourth-grader' teacher. She is adored by her pupils because she is possibly the only teacher who stands up for the kids. She performs magic tricks at clubs as a hobby. Miss Grotke loves to meditate and she has an over bite like Gretchen. When she was absent from school for a few days everyone except T.J. forgot her until T.J. presented his independent studies project, a get well card. Her hippie outlook is reflected in her appearance with her long robe-like dress. In Recess: School's Out (the movie) it's shown that she is secretly trained in some form of martial arts.
  • Ms. Lemon
Principal Prickly's old and miserable[citation needed] secretary. She is almost always seen at her typewriter and co-ordinates Menlo's schedule. Ms. Lemon (voiced by Tress MacNeille) is a multi-divorced woman, thought to be divorced three times, that might be the reason she is so down.
  • The Ashleys
The Ashleys are a secretive group of students named Ashley A. (voiced by Anndi McAfee) , Ashley B. (Francesca Smith) , Ashley Q. (Rachel Crane) , and Ashley T. (Ashley Johnson) ,four gossip girls who are known to shout "Scandalous!" in unison. In the playground, their secret club house on the outside is a pile of tires, with a lavish interior. They were the mean girls of Recess.

They each also have a younger brother all equally named Tyler. Like The Ashleys, the Tylers have catchphrases which they say in unison. The Tylers say "Notorious." The Ashleys also each have a sister in Kindergarten named Britney. The Megans, who are four girls very similar to the Ashleys, were only seen in the episode "Dance Lessons" and their catchphrase is "Ludicrous". Spinelli is/was loosely a member of the group by name association only. More than often the they have a rivalry with Spinelli.

As an in-joke by Disney, Ashley A. once referred to the creators of the show by expressing her horror at the thought of dating boys named "Paul" or "Joe".
  • The Kindergartners
Making up their own unique group among the students, the kindergarteners live as uncivilized, and even dangerous, little urchins that wear face paint, carry tribal weapons, and harass the older children. Most of them are voiced by Elizabeth Daily, Pamela Segall, and Kath Soucie. Two kindergartners, however, Hector and Tubby, are on good terms with the main characters of the show.
  • Gelman
Gelman is the chubby fifth grade bully of third street school who bullies Gus. He is voiced by Justin Shenkarow.
  • Brandon the Singer
Brandon (voiced by Michael Shulman) is the boy in a red sweater and slicked back hair. He is the prized vocal performer in school. He often sings instead of speaking, much to the annoyance of his fellow students.
  • Sam and Dave the Diggers
Two boys (voiced by Klee Bragger and Ryan O'Donohue) who enjoy digging holes. They are close friends with T.J. and his gang.
  • Swinger Girl
A girl (voiced by Francesca Smith) who likes to play on the swings every recess. She wears her trademark pilot's outfit.
Her ultimate goal is to swing so high that she loops the swing set bar, but has never yet achieved it.
  • Phil
A woodchuck scout, who is known for his trademark Scout-like costume. He is seen in the background of TJ's class.
  • Upside Down Girl
A girl who hangs upside down on the monkey bars every recess. As a result, her pigtails always stand up.
  • The Hustler Kid
Francis, the Hustler Kid (voiced by Michael Shulman), is a kid that offers the children of the playground trivial toys and food, often discreetly. Sometimes however, the items he sells are actually a scam.
  • Hector
Hector (voiced by Elizabeth Daily) is a kindergartner who calls Gus "Safety Man". He was part of a group that the kids mentored.
  • Butch
Bearer of bad news and keeper of local tales of the school, he tells the kids horror stories from when his brother was in school. He has a white streak in his hair caused from seeing his brother kiss a girl. He was voiced by Kath Soucie.
  • Gordy
The only kid at Third Street School who doesn't like T.J., despite the fact that when they were in detention, T.J. tried his best to force Gordy to like him.
  • Knarf
The nerd who usually hangs out in the school basement during recess with his three nerdy friends playing RPG games, reading comic books, and collecting trading cards. He is friends with T.J. whom he refers to by his name backwards as J.T. His true name is Frank. He was voiced by Eddie Deezen.
  • Aaron Kelso
Kelso is the local shopkeeper of a Corner store. He often acts as a voice of advice and reason to the kids.
  • Jared
The perfect boy who can beat everyone at everything.
A boy who offers Buddha-like wisdom to kids who seek his advice. He wears a pair of striped shorts and his shirt on his head as a turban. His real first name is Jimmy.
  • Bob and Flo Spinelli
Spinelli's parents (voiced by Katey Sagal and Gregg Berger) who have the marked tendency to embarrass her in public. Also, the father is also a secret agents, a fact unknown to all other characters.
  • Tubby
Tubby (voiced by Jason Davis) is a red haired, overweight kindergartner who yet is really fast as shown in the episode "The Kindergarten Derby". He is one of Mikey's best friends.
  • Captain Sticky
Captain Sticky is the king of the kindergartners and has purple around his lips from eating candy and wears a paper crown. T.J. calls him Captain Sticky "for obvious reasons" (he saw Captain Sticky eat candy, then wipe his hand on himself).
  • Conrad Mundy
Mundy is a bad kid. According to Gretchen, he's the second worst kid in the school. He makes frequent visits to the principals office. He was banned from Kelso's for stealing.
  • Greg Skeens
Greg Skeens is known around the playground as graffiti kid. He hangs out behind the school with his four friends Lazy Kid, Mundy, Sue Bob Murphy and Kurst the Worst. He (when being chased) is even faster than Vince. He was banned from Kelso's for stealing. He is the 3rd worst kid in the school.
  • Lazy Kid
Lazy Kid is a kid who hardly gets any sleep. He's the fifth worst kid in school. He was banned from Kelso's for stealing.
  • Kurst the Worst
Kurst the Worst (voiced by Mayim Bialik)is commonly seen as the worst kid in the school. She is commonly found stealing food from the cafeteria. Its stated that she can even eat more than Mikey.
  • Sue Bob Murphy
Sue Bob Murphy (voiced by Christine Cavanaugh) is a bad kid who is seen in the principal's office a lot. She is the fourth worst kid in the school[citation needed]. Presumably, she was also banned from Kelso's for stealing.
  • Mayor Phillip
Town mayor.
  • Señor Fusion
Señor Fusion or Fusion (voiced by Frank Welker) is a comic-book hero, loved by all the kids and even by Principal Prickly. He is a hero with bullfighter's gown and mask.
  • Adam Abel
The boy who is always called upon first by the teachers in school because he is first in alphabetical order, in front of Ashley A. He is usually a background character and doesn't speak, although he once commented "Why couldn't I have been born Zedidius Zwick?"
  • Cryer Kid
Cryer Kid is a boy who cries at the drop of a hat, when something doesn't go his way or just for general purpose. He's generally used by T.J. and the gang as a distraction for Miss Finster, who comes to his aid in order to stop his bawling. His real first name is Bradley which was revealed in the episode, "Teacher's Lounge".
  • Jeffery
Jeffery is a boy who is in love with Gretchen. He appears in the episode "The Pest." He finally loses interest in Gretchen when she starts acting like a friend to him.
  • Peanut Butter Kid
Peanut Butter Kid is a younger student who appears in the episode "The Kid Came Back." He follows the main characters around for the entire episode and seems to bring them bad luck. He is always seen eating a peanut butter sandwich.
  • Stinky Peterson
A boy who gets terrible luck, supposedly because he usually meddles with unknown powers. It is later revealed that he went to Oppenheimer Elementary, when he was known to be the smartest student in school.

Cast

Major cast

Actor(s) Role
Ross Malinger
Andrew Lawrence
Myles Jeffrey
T.J. Detweiler (Season 1)
T.J. Detweiler (Season 2 - 6)
T.J. Detweiler (Direct-to-video films)
Pamela Segall Adlon Ashley Spinelli
Ricky D'Shon Collins Vince LaSalle
Courtland Mead Gus Griswald
Ashley Johnson Gretchen Grundler
Jason David Mikey Blumberg
April Winchell Miss Finster
Ryan O'Donohue Randall Weems
Dabney Coleman Peter Prickly
Erik von Detten Irwin Lawson
Allyce Beasley Miss Grotke
Blake Ewing Menlo
Toran Caudell King Bob
Anndi McAfee Ashley A
Francesca Smith Ashley B
Rachel Crane Ashley Q
Ashley T (First Name Ashley)
Ashley Johnson Ashley T
Robert Goulet Mikey Blumberg (singing voice)

Minor cast

Episodes

Season Ep # First Airdate Last Airdate
Season 1 13 September 3, 1997 January 10, 1998
Season 2 13 September 9, 1998 April 10, 1999
Season 3 7 September 11, 1999 January 22, 2000
Season 4 21 September 12, 1999 July 17, 2000
Season 5 5 September 9, 2000 January 6, 2001
Season 6 3 August 21, 2001 November 21, 2001

Movies

Recess: School's Out

Recess: School's Out is an animated film directed by Chuck Sheetz and is based on the television series. The film was produced by Walt Disney Pictures and was released theatrically nationwide on February 16, 2001.

Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade

Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade is a Disney direct-to-video animated film released on December 9th. 2003.

Lilo & Stitch

Lilo & Stitch featured a thirty minute special episode titled Lax, which included the TV series Recess, when T.J. and the gang go on a school vacation to Hawaii.

Disaster strikes when a giant alien called Gantu tries to use another alien to make everyone relaxed while he takes over the world. Luckily, Gretchen (from Recess) saves the day, due to the fact that she believes that work is relaxing.

DVD Releases

Recess: School's Out

(Released August 7, 2001)[5]

It is an animated film based on the television series. This film was produced by Walt Disney Pictures, and released to movie theatres in 2001.

Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street

(Released November 6, 2001)[6]

It is a Disney direct-to-video animated film. It compiles four unrelated episodes, including the program's Christmas special "Yes Mikey, Santa Does Shave".

Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade

(Released December 9, 2003)[7]

It is a Disney direct-to-video animated film.

Recess: All Growed Down

(Released December 9, 2003)[8]

It is a Disney direct-to-video animated film.

  • Episodes
    • The Legend of Big Kid
    • Wild Child
    • The Kindergarten Derby
    • All Grown-Up (un-aired episode)
  • Bonus DVD Episodes titled as "Fans' 3 Favorite Episodes"
    • The Challenge
    • The Story of Whomps
    • One Stayed Clean

References

External links


Quotes

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From Wikiquote

Recess is a Disney Channel animated series that aired for six seasons on the ABC network between 1997 and 2001, and spawned one theatrical film (Recess: School's Out, 2001) and two direct-to-video sequels (Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade and Recess: All Growed Down, both released in 2003).

Contents

Season One

The Break In [1.1]

TJ: Can't you see that I'm trapped in here? I've counted the ceiling tiles 10 times, guys. There's 1,678. You hear me? 1,678!

King Bob: [Talking about T.J.] Kids of the playground. The dumb kid should be free!

Kid next to King Bob: My mom called me some dumb kid this morning.

The New Kid [1.2]

Mikey: There are lots of people without names.
Gus: Like who?
Mikey: Like the Artist Formerly Known as Prince, the Unknown Soldier, and the other four guys in the Jackson Five.

Gus: I've been to 12 schools in the last 6 years, I never met anyone so friendly, it's so - so beautiful!

First Name Ashley [1.5]

Spinelli: What's the matter? You got crayons in your ears? Get to the end of the line Randall before I give you the end of my fist!

T.J.: We're all Ashley's, too.
Ashley A: But, you aren't even girls!
Gus: Hey, it's the nineties.

Ashley A: By junior high we may be dating some guys named Paul or ... or Joe!

To Finster With Love [1.6]

Finster: [reading out grades] A... A... A... Ah, Randall, my trusted sidekick... A plus! A... A... A...

Finster: F... F... F... Ah, Randall, my trusted sidekick... D minus. F... F... F...

Hank the Janitor: Do you hear music?
Finster: Whenever I look at you.

King Gus [1.7]

Gus: [singing] Gus, Gus, O Mighty Gus, king of all the playground, Gus, Gus, O Shiny Gus, we're glad such a great king we found.

Mikey: Madness! Madness!

Big Brother Chad [1.8]

Kindergartener: Vince. We give up to you our two front teeth. Worth 50 cents street value.

Gretchen: Take it from someone who knows. Your brother is definitely a geek.

Chad: Hey Vince! Check it out, I just beat myself at three-dimensional chess.

I Will Kick No More Forever [1.11]

Vince: [watching an old video of himself] Man, did you see that kick??? That was in my prime!
Gretchen: Vince, that was 2 weeks ago.

The Trial [1.16]

King Bob: (to Randall) You threw a dirt clod during a time out? She was right, you are a worm.

Teachers Lounge [1.17]

Principal Prickly: [telling a joke] So then I say to the superintendent, "That's no kindergartener, that's my wife!"

Randall's Reform [1.18]

T.J.: [reading] I did it. Signed, TJ?
Finster: AHA, a confession!!

Finster: The criminal always returns to the scene of the crime.
T.J.: But Miss Finster, you dragged me here!

Jinxed [1.22]

Gretchen: The kids' unwritten code of honor is what makes us different from adults, different from animals. What would we be without it?
Gus: Adult animals?
Spinelli: Nothing, that's what!

Spinelli: Hey! One of you drop five bucks?
Ashleys: Oooo...
Ashleys & T.J.'s Gang (together): Scandalous!
T.J.'s Gang: Jinx!

The Experiment [1.23]

Butch: The future is girls... and we're all going to like it!

Spinelli: Boys kissing girls? Girls kissing boys?
Gretchen: Surely, there must be some mistake. I mean, this defies the rules of nature and physics. Besides that, it's disgusting!
T.J.: But Butch says it's the future. His brother Joey told him.
Spinelli: Oh, please! The day I stop caring about dodgeball is the day the Earth starts spinning around the sun.
Gretchen: Which explains the D minus you got in Science.

(After Spinelli and TJ kiss)

Spinelli: Ack! Puke city!
T.J.: Quick, someone get me some mouthwash!

T.J.: You realize we may have to get married after this.
Spinelli: You realize I may have to kill you after this.

Officer Mikey [1.24]

(looking for Ashley A's little sister, Britney)

Spinelli: We seek a formal sit-down by she who goes by the name Britney. (four Kindergartners come forward) Er... Britney A.

Season Two

The Challenge [2.5]

Principal Prickly: [shouting] Not only is my reputation as an educator on the line but also my reputation as a man! So get out there and win, I tell you, win! (Kids stare at him) Oh, and have fun.

Wild Child [2.6]

Gretchen: Repeat after me. The rain...
Kindergartener: The rain...
Gretchen: In Spain...
Kindergartener: In Pain...
Gretchen: Falls mainly in the moist temperate zone northwest of the Pyranees mountains.
Kindergartener: Bloobidy bloo bloo bloo!

The Girl Was Trouble [2.9]

Gretchen: Menlo sang like an old guy in the shower when no one was home.
Gretchen: [To the Graffiti Kid] Nice work you're a regular Degas.
Graffiti Kid: Wha'd you call me?

Hustler's Apprentice [4.37a]

Hustler Kid: What do ya do in the morning?
Gus: Uh... Eating a well-balanced breakfast.
Hustler: Cancel the flap-jacks buddy we got bigger fish to fry.

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