Tower Prep

Season 1 Episode 6

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Nov 23, 2010 on Cartoon Network
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A literature book assigned in class may hold the key to Ian's escape from Tower Prep. As Ian reads the book, he discovers that one of the previous owners left clues that could let him escape the school once and for all.

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  • This episode was the worst of season one

    5.0
    This one was terrible. No getting around it. Even the previews made it look like it was going to be crud. Ian finding a way out was too good to be true, especially for being only halfway through the season. It just wasn't going to happen. At the end, I was left hoping that Norman would die or that some horrible fate would befall him. I personally believe that it was just cruel of him to lead Ian down that phony rabbit trail, all but promising him a way out, only to reveal that the true nature of the journey was to find out more about that freakin' school. Who ares what Tower Prep is or does. The only thing that mattered at the present was getting the heck out. If Norman actually did have precognition, he would 'know' that.moreless
Kris Carter

Kris Carter

Hubert Kokalev

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Michael Shanks

Michael Shanks

Literature

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Brian McCaig

Brian McCaig

Mascot

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Peggy Jo Jacobs

Peggy Jo Jacobs

Whisper 119

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    • CJ: Sir, you mentioned monstrous creatures. Are there, by any chance, any vampires in this book? Brooding vampires, who know they shouldn't fall in love with a mortal female but do anyways, even though they know it's doomed from the beginning, because that's what love is really all about?
      Dr. Literature: No.
      Suki: Werewolves? Any dark, brooding werewolves?

    • Ian: Gabe. Gabe! You all right?
      Gabe: Yeah. My glasses broke my fall.

    • CJ: I'd give you a hug goodbye, but you're in a grave with a headless Cyclops skeleton.

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    • Gabe: I said "Scooby."
      Referencing the Hanna-Barbera star Scooby-Doo, the canine star of several animated series who's teamed with the gang of Mystery Inc. in solving various cases involving ghosts and monsters.

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