Fillmore!

Season 1 Episode 6

Next Stop, Armageddon

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Aired Saturday 9:00 AM Nov 02, 2002 on ABC
8.6
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Next Stop, Armageddon
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After accidentally destroying Folsom's birthday party Fillmore and Ingrid are forced to do convention duty. But the convention was sabotaged, leaving the entire convention ruined. Fillmore and Ingrid first expect the RC club to be behind it however Oscar, the best when it comes to trains, seems to be coping extremely well to the tragedy. Is he behind the whole thing?moreless

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  • A 'train wreck' created at a model train convention. where do they come UP with these things?

    9.9
    First off, I have to say that I'm impressed with the thought that was put into this, (at least, what I've seen.)



    #1, the fact that they created a show that could immitate something like a train wreck. It's a middle school--no one drives, or takes the train, and a thing like this would seem to be impossible to accomplish. yet, by taking a 'model train convention' and using it as the setting, it's easily possible.



    #2. Character death. Sure, it wasn't an actual 'character', like a human, but it was Fillmore's pet that went belly up. Loss is something that kids deal with, pets, friends, or family members. it's a REAL issue, and they portrayed it very well in this episode. I also like how Fillmore's reaction was. Everyone has a different reaction when someone or something close to them dies; some are over emotional, some (like fillmore,) are stubborn and try to hide their feelings. It made me grin when everyone tried to get Fillmore a fish, too. "Guess what I got ya?" "Is it a fish?" "Actually, TWO fish. and a brownie!"



    #3, how Fillmore's problem tied in with the train convention problem. facing the perpertraitor (who will not be named... no spoilers!) caused him to realize things have to change and people have to deal with it. Sometimes it takes more than time to get over something... a person must be pushed in the right direction. I loved how everyone was there for Fillmore, but in the end, Fillmore's the one who had to admit his problem and change his own attitude.



    I really liked this episode, (as you can see from the rating,) and it's one of the best ones so far.moreless
Wendie Malick

Wendie Malick

Principal Folsom

Orlando Brown

Orlando Brown

Cornelius Fillmore

Danny Tamberelli

Danny Tamberelli

Joseph Anza

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Ingrid Third

Horatio Sanz

Horatio Sanz

Jr. Commissioner Vallejo

Jeff Probst

Jeff Probst

Vice-Principal Raycliff

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Croquet Kid

Guest Star

Nico Matinata

Nico Matinata

Oscar Guererro

Guest Star

Lauren Schaffel

Lauren Schaffel

Tara Octavia

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Kyle Sullivan

Kyle Sullivan

Conductor Kid/Danny O'Farrell

Recurring Role

Lauren Tom

Lauren Tom

Gardening Girl/Karen Tehama

Recurring Role

Christopher Marquette

Christopher Marquette

Ralph, Theo

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