Tuesday, September 14, 2004


TEENAGE ROBOT PREMIERES OCTOBER 1ST!!! Yes, it's the news you've all been waiting for. All new episodes of "My Life as a Teenage Robot" premiere on Nickelodeon on Friday night, October 1, 2004! Check your local listings for show times. Tell your friends. Mail your in-laws. Neuter your pets. The wait is over!  Posted by Hello

11 comments:

Birdman said...

Yes!! Yes !! Oh God Yes!!! Now I can sleep at night!!!

Kevin said...

Finally it's coming! Let there be new episodes!
I'm taping all the new episodes!

I can't wait to see what the Frederator crew has put in store for us.

R.Radna said...

Thanks for the information. And for a great show.

tyde45 said...

Whoohoo!!! 1 quick question...

What is the name of the teacher who got mad at Jenny for laughing and screaming in class in 'This Time With Feeling'? Also, what does she teach?

Anonymous said...

That teacher had an Oprah thing going on.

R.Radna said...

Oh, she was great. "Class, this is neither the time nor the place. Please wait until after class to ridicule Jenny about her boyfriend." So it's okay to do that, just not in class.

UrbanMachine said...

HOT SHITAKKE! CAN'T WAIT! PUT SEASON 1 ON DVD! WOOOO YEAH!

XJWriter said...

Tyde45 asked about a specific teacher in the show. Her name is Mrs. Pulliam and she teaches English. FYI: A lot of the teachers are based on actual teachers that the creator, Rob Renzetti, had when he was growing up. Mrs. Pulliam, are you out there?

R.Radna said...

Another reason that sequence (Jenny's inability to control her pain in class, which led to the teacher giving her an "F" in "This Time With Feeling") was great was that Jenny was obviously not well, but the teacher was totally unconcerned about it. She just wanted her to be quiet. The inability of authority figures too concerned with control to observe what's really going on to solve problems, or their tendency to even create them or make them worse, seems to be something else that has come up once or twice on the show.

I think the only episode that has really explored this idea so far was "I was a Preschool Dropout," where Jenny was placed in kindergarten by some sort of strange 'kindergarten police' and was unable to leave because the teacher would not believe her when she said she was a teenager. It was only when Dr. Wakeman explained the situation that the teacher accepted that Jenny did not belong in kindergarten.

I feel this probably had more to do with who the information was coming from rather than the fact that Dr. Wakeman had "diagrams." That was just an excuse the teacher came up with to make her summary dismissal of Jenny's identical contentions appear fair and objective when it really wasn't; it was in fact based upon an unfair value judgment that Dr. Wakeman was credible and that Jenny was not.

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