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I’m an Autistic-Conservative-Christian who loves to write, act, paint, and so much more, with so many ideas in my head it’s hard to make them stay put. I also have quite an unusual sense of humor.

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Jul
10th
2020

My TV Show Review on Recess · 6:48pm July 10th

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This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

Today, for my 22nd TV show analysis, I'm gonna give you guys my take of Disney's "Recess".

Here's the summary of it:

Theodore Jasper "T.J." Detweiler, Vince LaSalle, Ashley Spinelli, Mikey Blumberg, Gretchen Grundler, and Gus Griswald are six friends who go through a various number of situations and personal problems that often involve several comedic hijinks. Despite how hardcore the challenges they face are, they're determined to pull through as the school year progresses.

After analyzing "Recess: School's Out", I definitely wanted to watch the show the film was based on as soon as possible. I'm deeply thankful for my brother-in-law sharing the Disney+ account he and his family have with me since last Christmas, because if not for him doing that...the opportunity to see it and other Disney programs would not be right in front of me.

And I really must say that just like the movie I fondly grew up with, the series was something I had an absolute blast watching.

For instance, the overall writing and direction was wonderful. The comedy aspect was definitely among what I enjoyed about it, as the show team had a unique ability to make all kinds of jokes fun and surprisingly pure. The best part was that the gags hardly felt out of place and were easily worth a laugh. Likewise, the series showcased an incredible amount of heart and emotion, and there were deeply impactful morals to live by. Among morals were ones about growing up and being a kid while you still can.

The animation of this series was amazing, if I may add. Everything about it was like a comic book brought to life, and despite obviously working with a small budget, the animators skyrocketed everything to an extremely cinematic level.

Finally, the vocal performances, characters, and character development were outstanding! Accompanied by dynamic and witty dialogue, the performers took on their parts like they were born to play them. The characters themselves had such distinguished personalities that helped them be unique, and there was a sense of innocence that made them lovable as well. The amount of character growth throughout the show was marvelously well-done too, and it helped the characters be fully-realized and three-dimensional.

Now if I may be honest, the only episode I wasn't too fond of was this one:

"The Bet"

It was largely because of how annoying Vince and Lawson's bragging was and how out of character the former seemed to be. That, and the humor was lacking and there was hardly any character development in the long run.

In the end, though, "Recess" was an enjoyable program to see. It not only played its cards right in every way, but it made me feel like a kid again. It's also perhaps one of the most wholesome programs about children since Charlie Brown.

So, I rate "Recess" five out of five stars.

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Comments ( 4 )

This was the indeed the best cartoon Disney ever made in the late 90s! A big part of my childhood.

Little fun fact: the show's creators had kids who were in 4th grade when it premiered.

Ah yes, a classic show, may rewatch it, alongside Codename Kids Next Door, and others

Not familiar with this one, will try and give it a proper watching

What an awesome animated series from Disney! My favourite episodes are The Box, The Great Can Drive, Kindergarten Derby, Schoolworld, and Terrifying Tales of Recess.

Recess: School's Out was an epic movie. Benedict's plan for a permanent winter to get rid of summer vacation is totally dumb and completely flawed. It would only endanger billions of lives and destroy the environment. Thank goodness the kids and teachers stopped him.

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