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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by D'Snowth, Oct 18, 2007.

  1. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    I just now realized something: if you want to see a particular episode of T*K*O, you either have to go through page after page after page after page of the Friends and Family board to find it, OR, you have to manually search for it... and sometimes, you either never find it, or forget which one you were looking for in the first place.

    So for everyone's convenience, here's the links to all 51 episodes of MrsPepper's smash-hit series, T*K*O!

    Season One (2005)
    1. The Recruit
    2. Workforce
    3. The Not-So-Joy of Rules
    4. Playin' Hookie
    5. D'Snowth's Little Secret
    6. Virus
    7. That Thread Killin' Feelin'
    8. The Great Computer Caper -- Part 1
    9. The Great Computer Caper -- Part 2
    10. A Change in Command
    11. The Unkillable Thread
    12. The Strike
    13. Hasta La Vista, KermieBaby

    Season Two (2005 - 2006)
    14. The Ex-Thread Hijacker -- Part 1
    15. The Ex-Thread Hijacker -- Part 2
    16. The Greatest Journal
    17. Taking it On the Spam
    18. The Legend of Creepy Hallow
    19. Speaking Term
    20. Dontcha Just Love Holidays?
    21. The Big Switch
    22. The Blizzard
    23. Out of Sight, Out of Mind
    24. Counting Flowers on the Wall
    25. Cracked Pepper
    26. The Moppet Family

    Season Three (2006 - 2007)
    27. A T*K*O Biography -- Part 1
    28. A T*K*O Biography -- Part 2
    29. The Joke Killer Strikes Again
    30. The Prawn Went Crackers
    31. Regarding Beau
    32. MrsPepper Gets Life -- Part 1
    33. MrsPepper Gets Life -- Part 2
    34. The Fire
    35. Vacation Daze
    36. Private Lies
    37. The Open Forum
    38. ... And Then I Wrote
    39. Music to Kill By

    Season Four
    40. D'Snowth Gets the Sack -- Part 1
    41. D'Snowth Gets the Sack -- Part 2
    42. D'Snowth Gets the Sack -- Part 3
    43. D'Snowth Gets the Sack -- Part 4
    44. Promotion Commotion
    45. The Initial Problem
    46. The Godchildren
    47. Beach Bums
    48. The Prawn Proposes -- Part 1
    49. The Prawn Proposes -- Part 2
    50. Ball of Revenge
    51. Father Knows Best
  2. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Great idea Snowthy! Thanks!
  3. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    You know... This was a good idea. Makes it easier to find all T*K*O episodes, though I thought there were fifty-two in total. Another thing you might've thought of is plugging the T*K*O website and see if all episodes have been posted there. At any rate, I look forward to having the time to sit down and read all of these. Who knows, maybe Princeton will do the same for NDBT.
  4. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    If you count the HUGE series' finale, then yes, but it was more of a TV-movie like thing rather than an actual episode, so I didn't include it in the list, nor did I include the original test pilot short, as it's actually lost SOMEWHERE in that big thread for thread killers in general (and it doesn't follow the actual series very well at all).
  5. Ilikemuppets

    Ilikemuppets Well-Known Member

    To add my two cents.. How convenient.
  6. MrsPepper

    MrsPepper Well-Known Member

    You kick butt! Thank you! If I ever get around to actually putting yhem all on the website, it will make it much easier for me. THANKS MATEY!
  7. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Ha ha ha!
  8. Bannanasketch

    Bannanasketch Well-Known Member

    I'm loving this series! I just started with season 3! This needs to come back! maybe a "TKO Reunion show"? hint hint.
  9. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    MrsPepper and I bring things like that up from time to time, lol... who knows, maybe for 2015 we can do a 10th anniversary reunion show, lol.

    For the record, Season Three is considered one of the best, so I do hope you enjoy it.
  10. MrsPepper

    MrsPepper Well-Known Member

    Season three was great! The cast finally settled and so we didn't have to establish any scenarios or relationships any more, so everything seemd more organic (and silly, lol).

    Season four had alot of changes, and it's really interesting to see what the show becomes, though it is a fair amount of difference between it and the other seasons.
  11. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Indeed, and it focused a bit more on characters' issues as opposed to antics, but even that was something that slowly began to surface in Season Three like when Prawnie was sick of feeling like he was still in the shadow of That Announcer.
  12. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    After spending the last month reliving all 51 episodes of T*K*O, as well as the lengthly finale, and not just re-reading each of them, but studying them as well, there's pretty much only one thing I regret as head writer for this show...

    De-evolving Vibs's character.

    Even though she was our resident Joke Killer from the (not very) beginning, for the first two seasons, she at least had a serious side to her, but by Season Three, she became so one-dimensional, and all she did was just make bad puns at whatever situation had unfolded... even during the finale, all her lines were bad puns. :smirk:

    I apologize Vibsy, wherever in the world you've run off to.
  13. Bannanasketch

    Bannanasketch Well-Known Member

    Due to the fact that the original T*K*O thread has been revived, I might as well bump this thread as well.
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  14. beakerboy12

    beakerboy12 Well-Known Member

    Yep! Now everyone can enjoy reruns of this Muppet Central Network classic right now in 2012!
    D'Snowth likes this.
  15. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Most of my personal favorite episodes are the ones that were "different"... the ones that either took place outside the office, or were more experimental in the writing and such... I really loved my first absent episode, and Season Three really had some great stories, like MrsPepper being falsely arrested because of mistaken identity, or the camping trip, or the office burning down and having to be rebuilt. I also liked the gang's trip to Florida all because a former classmate of MrsPepper wanted her to repay him for borrowing his pen during an exam, as well as the episode in which she receives a letter saying a close friend of hers died and how guilty she felt because the last they saw of each other they weren't on good terms.

    Good times.
  16. Hubert

    Hubert Well-Known Member

    Wow, I just discovered these yesterday and am loving them. I just finished reading Season 1, and am going to start Season 2 sometime today. Great job.
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  17. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    So, since so many folks are getting into the series now, I have to ask, for those of you who have been going through this series for the first time, what are some of your favorite episodes?
  18. Hubert

    Hubert Well-Known Member

    Well, I've really slowed down reading these, I have up to episode 23 read, but here are my favorites so far:

    I really enjoyed the first two episodes, "The Recruit," and the "Workforce." I also really liked episode 11, "The Unkillable Thread," due to the fun ways in which the thread killers tried to kill the thread. In Season 2, "The Greatest Journal" was a fun one, because it didn't follow the normal layout of an episode, it was more just showing some personality of the characters. I really liked the setup of "Speaking Term," where instead of taking place in the office, it took place mostly on The Johnny Fiama Show. "Dontcha Just Love Holidays?" was also a favorite, I really liked the idea of the holiday themed episode. I can't wait to finish Season 2 and start season 3, which I hear is a really great season.

    I feel really lucky that I found this whole series to start out with. I had seen the Thread Killers Organization mentioned a few times on the forum before, and I didn't really know (or care) what it was, and didn't feel like looking it up. Then I saw that it's thread was recently edited, so I checked it out and read the pilot (which by the way I also loved) and then I started looking for the episodes to start reading. If I never clicked on the thread that day, I may have never found it.

    So, still really enjoying these, and can't wait to read further in the series. You did a great job!
  19. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Some more trivia for you guys, there's actually a small number of "lost episodes": stories that were planned for the series, some even as far as being completely written in detail, but were dropped for various different sound reasons or so. Such of these lost episodes include...

    "The Ballad of D'Snowth" - A "musical" episode in which Vibs forms a makeshift band to sing of danger that D'Snowth got into with the cynical and arrogant populous of another forum (based on true events).
    "The Inspector General" - Similar to the subplot of "D'Snowth Gets the Sack", only instead of Number One inspecting all TKO units, celebrity guest star Martin Mull is an Inspector General inspecting TKO units, and feels the 3976th 1/2 is far too ineffecient and plans to convince Number One to shut it down.
    "Food Fight" - The thread killers 'conspire' to start bringing their own lunches to work, but are afraid of Beauregard finding out and unintentionally hurting his feelings.
    "T*H*O" - As previously mentioned, episode 51 was originally going to serve as a pilot for a thread hijackers spin-off.
    "Thanks for the Memories" - Another Episode 51 contender, in which MrsPepper reflects on her favorite memories at the 3976th 1/2, in the form of flashbacks and clips.
  20. Hubert

    Hubert Well-Known Member

    Yay! T*K*O trivia! The "Food Fight" episode sounds like it would have been especially good!

    I also just thought I'd briefly mention (not trying to brag or anything) that this is my 100th post. :excited: I wanted to make sure that I made my 100th post in this thread.

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