Tower Prep

Season 1 Episode 3


Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Nov 02, 2010 on Cartoon Network
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To discover who left Ian the notes, the fringers must cut power to Whisper 119 and break into Headmaster's office to find the evidence they need.

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  • This episode DEFINITELY doesn't belong in the series

    The first two episodes were decent, but this one was just mediocre. ian and his friends are obviously no longer interested in escaping from the school but in finding out more about the creep house. Their trying to find out about WHisper 119 and it's connection to the school just left me uninterested. This episode was basically a bunch of filler material that was intended to take up 45 minutes (between the thing with Ian trying to catch whoever was sending him notes, Ian and his friends suspecting Art of trying to leave them a subliminal message, and that little confrontation with Whisper 113). There were two little tidbits that advanced the series, though. We find out that Suki's family is somehow involved with the school, and we find out that CJ and Ian are starting to get a little sweet on each other (they gaze into each other's eyes and almost kiss when they have to go back to the room together).moreless
Jeff Ballard

Jeff Ballard

Emerson Poencet

Guest Star

Miles Chalmers

Miles Chalmers


Guest Star

Adrian Petriw

Adrian Petriw


Guest Star

Ted Whittall

Ted Whittall


Recurring Role

Peggy Jo Jacobs

Peggy Jo Jacobs

Whisper 119

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Ian: Why do we have to take art class? I mean, I thought Tower Prep was a special school that would teach each of us to use our individual skills.
      Headmaster: I'm disappointed to hear you use the word "train," Ian. Is that what you think we're doing here, training you?
      Ian: No, because... we're in art class.
      Headmaster: Training is solely to execute a single task or behavior that many people can perform. Tower Prep is about the individual's relationship with their skill, how your unique skill can develop because you can flourish as a person by learning about all aspects of life.

    • Gabe: Yeah, you don't remember us telling you when we first walked in?
      Winslow: I have eidetic memory, Forrest. I would not forget that you told me.
      Gabe: Hmm, guess there truly is a first time for everything, right?
      Winslow: One, that theory's not been proven. Two, maybe the actual true first occurrence in the exchange between us is your inability to manipulate another individual through your hyper-suasion skill.
      Ian: It must be so tough, being you.
      Winslow: Dude, so it is.

    • Whisper 119: Sorry, Gabriel. Your hyper-suasion skills are ineffective against me.
      Gabe: Okay, you know what? For the last time, I said my name is Gabe, never Gabriel. I don't go around calling you "Whisp."

    • Ian: So, what, you're training to be a spy or something?
      Lazlo: Yeah, that's the first thing you learn in spy training--tell everyone that you're training to be a spy.

    • Gabe: Wait, are you suggesting that we break into the Headmaster's office? And get busted by Whisper, just like we did in the art room? You know what? Let me save you some time. West Campus is thatta way.
      CJ: That's east.

  • NOTES (2)

    • International Airdates:
      Slovakia: January 20, 2013 on Dajto

    • Injoke: Winslow's comment about the "Colossus MK 2 of 1950" refers to the 1970 movie Colossus: The Forbin Project, based on the 1966 novel Colossus by Dennis Feltham Jones. Colossus was an American supercomputer with artificial intelligence that decided to put an end to war by "managing" humanity in alliance with its Russian counterpart.