Clone High

TELETOON (ended 2003)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 1 : Ep 13

    Changes: You got a Prom with That? (2)

    Aired 2/10/03

  • S 1 : Ep 12

    Makeover, Makeover, Makeover: The Makeover Episode (1)

    Aired 2/3/03

  • S 1 : Ep 11

    Snowflake Day: A Very Special Holiday Episode

    Aired 1/26/03

  • S 1 : Ep 10

    Litter Kills: Litterally

    Aired 1/19/03

  • S 1 : Ep 9

    A Room of One's Clone: The Pie of the Storm

    Aired 1/12/03

  • Cast & Crew
  • Nicole Sullivan

    Joan of Arc, Various

  • Michael McDonald

    Gandhi, Various

  • Will Forte

    Abe Lincoln/Narrator

  • Chris Miller

    JFK, Mr. B, Various

  • Phil Lord

    Principal Cinnamon J. Scudworth, Various

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  • show Description
  • "Clone High" is about the clones of historical figures dug up in the '80s, going through the normal teenage angst like the rest of us. Airdates are Canadian, where the series first aired. Also aired in the U.S. on MTV, Monday nights @ 10:30 as part of "The 10 Spot." "Clone High Theme" by Abandoned Pools.

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (186)

    • (during the next week's episode preview) Narrator:...with celebrity guest star Marylin Manson! Marylin Manson: Hey, kids. I'm Marylin Manson!

    • Abe: Welcome back, Joan. Gandhi: You got breasts. Joan: Geez, Abe, you grew, like, a foot. Gandhi: You grew, like, a pair of breasts. Abe: Luckily, the extra height doesn't feel that awkward (smashes head on tree branches, falls to the ground) Ah! (gets back up) I'm up. Joan: I wish I'd seen you more over the summer but I was at camp. Gandhi: Was it breast camp? Joan: Ok, you get one more.

    • Police Officer: Well, well. If it isn't my old friend, underage drinking. So we meet again. How are you, underage drinking- besides illegal? Gandhi: (acting very drunk) Underage drinking?! Shame on all of you! Shaaame!! Back to you, Kojak! Police Officer: This kid's not sober, is he? And none of you are twenty-one, are you?! And these potstickers aren't made with real crab, are they? (eats one) I stand corrected.

    • Gandhi: Man, I'm tired of hanging out with the geeks! Joan: Gandhi, they aren't geeks... they're... delightfully eccentric! Carver: Hello, cohorts! It is I, George Washington Carver! I spent my summer bioengineering this antropomorphic peanut! Peanut: Hello! I'd shake your hand but, you know, peanut arms! Joan: Okay, they are geeks.

    • Abe: A girl is interested in me and I'm not going to ignore it. Joan: Abe, I want you. Abe: You want me to what?

    • Ghandi: Cleopatra coming at ya yow! Cleo: Do I know you? Ghandi: Ghandi, we had every class together last year.... I gave you one of my kidneys....(Shows his remaining Kidney) I was your foster brother for 10 years until you convinced our parents I wasn't good enough for your image and you had me transferred to another home. Cleo: Benji? Ghandi: Ghandi! Cleo: Oh, that's so great for you.

    • JFK: (to Abe, in the bathroom) I will see you there, and by will, I mean won't! Bahahaha! (exits, comes back) Cause you're not invited. I, uh, wasn't sure if I was clear earlier. So, uh, you're not... invited, that is... (exits, comes back) to my party! (exits, comes back) Forgot to wash my hands!

    • Abe: This is about not having to put your hand on your own buttock and pretend it's a woman's breast.

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    Notes (46)

    • The Get Up Kids lend their talent twice in this episode, the first song being "Campfire Kansas" and the second being "Valentine." Similarly, Dashboard Confessional also has two separate songs in this episode.

    • Music: Several times at the party, Dashboard Confessional's "The Good Fight" can be heard. Dashboard Confessional also had their song "Standard Lines" played twice, once when Gandhi talks about joining the 'Teen Crisis Hotline', and once when Cleo and Abe kiss for the first time. The Abandoned Pools also lend their musical talents twice in the show. One song is the opening theme song, which will be heard in every episode but episode 11. The other is when Cleo gives Abe the note at the end of the episode, "Start Over" can be heard.

    • This episode originally aired in the U.S. on Jan. 20, 2003.

    • LISTEN HARD! After JFK walks off the stage the first time, you hear saliva exchange.

    • The Recurring Dolphin appears in the alligator pool on Abe's death-defying skateboard ramp.

    • This episode first aired in the U.S on Jan. 27, 2003.

    • Tom Green has a line where he acts like an Albatross and jumps out of a building. This was originally not in the script but Tom Green, one day during the recording of his lines, said "This is a cartoon right? So I can be anything? Even an... ALBATROSS?!" and thus the line and scene was born.

    • This episode originally aired in the U.S. on Feb 3, 2003.

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    Trivia (295)

    • This episode is one of two that doesn't have an appearance by the dolphin.

    • Abe buys non-alcoholic beer because he could not find a place (or a means) to aquire alcohol underage. However, you have to be over 21 to buy non-alcoholic beer in some areas since it does have minute amounts of alcohol in it.

    • Abe: (to Cleo) That's me; cool, honest Abe. 'Honest Abe' was a nickname given to the original Abraham Lincoln.

    • Right before Joan realizes that she's giving advice to Cleo, the moon is visible hanging in the front yard. When the camera zooms in on Joan, the moon is also behind her, now hanging in the backyard.

    • The title Escape to Beer Mountain: a rope of sand comes from one of the creators of the show always titled his college essays "what paper is really about" : A rope of sand. A rope of sand is a statement that means nothing but sounds intelectual. It was added after the decision to have all the episode titles have a colon in them

    • JFK (to Ghandi): Get off my Dingey! A Dingey is really small boat used in East Indies fleets (and for some reason, JFK has one in his pool).

    • The only character shown in the beginning credits who has spoken lines in every episode, yet doesn't have a name caption is Mr. Buttlertron.

    • Goof: At the party, Gandhi keeps putting on or taking off his shirt. Gandhi starts the party, full-shirted. When Gandhi puts Van Gogh on speakerphone, Gandhi is shirtless. When Gandh is standing on JFK's boat, he is wearing his shirt, and now a jacket. Later, when Joan stuns Gandhi, he is again shirtless.

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    Allusions (118)

    • Diane Fossey Principal Scudworth proposes that he should act as Diane Fossey in order to observe the students. Fossey (1932-1985) was a scientist who studied animal behavior (an ethologist). She is primarily known for her study of gorillas, especially because she actually lived among them for years in Rwanda.

    • Got Milk? Cleo's foamy beer moustache is reminiscant of the Got Milk? advertising campaign, where various celebrities get milk moustaches from drinking milk.

    • The Grassy Knoll is the name of the diner where the kids all go to hang out. The grassy knoll is where the second shooter was supposedly spotted during the asasination of JFK.

    • JFK: I invaded her Bay of Pigs, if you catch my meaning. This is a reference to the failed invasion of Cuba known as The Bay of Pigs. It was an attempt by Eisenhower but implemented by Kennedy to overthrow Castro. It was a failure and despite JFK having very little to do he was blamed.

    • Kojak Gandhi calls the cop Kojak, who is a bald cop on the 70's television series, Kojak. Kojak was a chain-smoking police officer, who used lollipops as a substitute for smoking.

    • Flavor Flav: Mr. Buttlertron is wearing a clock on a chain around his neck. This alludes to Flavor Flav, who also is known for wearing a clock on a chain around his neck. Flavor Flav is a rap artists, from the band Public Enemy.

    • Fat Boys: Scudworth, dressed up as Cloney McStudent, is wearing a Fat Boys t-shirt when he goes to the party. Fat Boys is a hip hop music trio from Brooklyn, in the early 80's.

    • My Two Dads JFK compares his life with his gay-foster dads like the television show, My Two Dads. NBC's My Two Dads is about two straight men raising a teenaged daughter, after her mother dies.

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  • Fan Reviews (46)
  • This show deserved to be cancelled.

    By AlexMan586, Sep 13, 2014

  • need more

    By dantecallingh, Oct 03, 2013

  • Historical Accuracy!

    By frostbite200, Apr 26, 2012

  • A very special "Clone High" high school reunion special

    By MisstyV, Jan 17, 2012

  • I watched an episode once, and I loved it. It was too bad that lawyers killed it.

    By MadameCat, Jan 25, 2011

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