Clone High

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  • TV-14
  • 2003
  • 1 Season
  • 8.2  (8,675)

Clone High is a unique animated comedy series that aired on MTV from 2002-2003. The show was created by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, both of whom went on to direct and write the hit film franchise "The Lego Movie." Clone High tells the story of a group of high school students who are all clones of historical figures from various time periods. The show tackles contemporary teenage issues, political satire, and raunchy humor in a way that is both irreverent and clever. The show's main character is Abe Lincoln, a kind-hearted but socially awkward clone of Abraham Lincoln. Abe is in love with his fellow clone, Cleopatra, a popular and attractive leader who is not always quite as sweet as she appears. The other clones in their school include Joan of Arc, who is a rebellious feminist activist, John F. Kennedy, who is a rich playboy, and Ghandi, who is a hyperactive and mischievous troublemaker. Together, the clones navigate high school, teenage crushes, and government conspiracies that threaten to destroy them all. Clone High combines a variety of genres and styles to create a show that is truly unique. The animation is done in a distinctive style that resembles classic 1960s Hanna-Barbera cartoons, but with a modern twist. The show's humor is also reminiscent of classic sitcoms like "Happy Days" and "Saved by the Bell," but with a more subversive edge. The show's creators have said that they were heavily inspired by the work of filmmaker Wes Anderson, which is apparent in the show's quirky characters and meticulous attention to detail. One of the most notable aspects of Clone High is its impressive voice cast. The show features several talented comedians who went on to become household names. Will Forte, who voices Abe, went on to star in "Saturday Night Live" and create the hit series "The Last Man on Earth." Michael McDonald, who voices Ghandi, is a writer and performer who has worked on shows like "MADtv" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Other notable voice actors include Christa Miller ("Scrubs"), Donald Faison ("Clueless"), and Phil Lord himself. Despite its short run, Clone High gained a devoted cult following that still exists today. Fans of the show praise its sharp wit, irreverent humor, and unique style. The show's creators have said that they would love to bring it back someday, but so far there have been no concrete plans for a revival. In conclusion, Clone High is a brilliantly unique animated series that combines teenage comedy, political satire, and historic homage into a show that is both funny and intelligent. Its distinctive animation, memorable characters, and talented voice cast make it a must-see for any fan of animated comedy. Though it was cancelled after just one season, Clone High remains a cult classic that holds a special place in the hearts of its fans.

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Seasons
13. "Changes: You Got A Prom Wit Dat?"
January 20, 2003
In the shocking prom night conclusion to the season, one of the clones loses their virginity, and guest star John Stamos selflessly sacrifices his own life to save the students.
12. "Makeover, Makeover, Makeover: The Makeover Episode"
January 20, 2003
Abe tries to decide whether he will ask Joan or Cleo to prom, and JFK makes Gandhi over into GFK to help him find a date to dry hump at prom.
11. "Snowflake Day: A Very Special Clone High Holiday Special"
January 20, 2003
Mandy Moore guest stars as a homeless angel who teaches Joan of Arc the true meaning of a completely made-up, meaningless holiday.
10. "Litter Kills: Literally"
January 20, 2003
Continuing a time-honored teen-drama tradition, a hastily-introduced "best friend" is killed and melodramatically mourned when Clone High succumbs to the evils of litter. (90210's Luke Perry guest stars as marked man Ponce de Leon.)
9. "A Room of One's Clone: The Pie of the Storm"
January 20, 2003
Abe is stuck in the middle of a Civil War between Joan and Cleo when they are forced to move in together. And by "Civil War" I mean "girl fight" and by "move in together" I mean "roll around ripping each other's clothes off."
8. "Raisin' The Stakes: A Rock Opera In Three Acts"
January 20, 2003
Jack Black guest stars in a trippy rock opera episode where the students get high from smoking raisins, and Gandhi has a bad trip where he is eaten by a live-action cat and encounters a two-headed Olsen Twins monster.
7. "Plane Crazy: Gate Expectations"
January 20, 2003
MTV's casting department demonstrates their mastery in being able to attract guest stars of the highest caliber in this episode, as Ashley Angel from O-Town visits Clone High and wins Cleo's heart. Meanwhile, Principal Scudworth chases a rascally skunk whose catch phrase is "Try and catch me, bitch!"
6. "Homecoming: A Shot in D'Arc"
January 20, 2003
The Clone High basketball team doesn't allow girls or animals to play, so Joan of Arc takes a cue from her historic counterpart and disguises herself as a boy by putting on a comically large mustache. (ESPN's Chris Berman and Dan Patrick guest star.)
5. "Sleep of Faith: La Rue D'Awakening"
January 20, 2003
Clone High tackles the hard-hitting issue of Sleepy Driving when Abe and JFK square off in a drag race for Cleo's love, and Mr. Butlertron gets into a Battle Bots-style fight with a cocksure test-grading machine.
4. "Film Fest: Tears of a Clone"
January 20, 2003
At the Clone High Film Festival, Abe pours his heart into a movie about a football-playing giraffe, George Washington Carver and Gandhi make a mixed-race action comedy called Black and Tan, and Joan of Arc directs a bizarre, avant-garde film that only Sigmund Freud understands.
3. "A.D.D.: The Last 'D' is for Disorder"
January 20, 2003
When Gandhi is diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder, America's most famous A.D.D. victim, Tom Green, teaches the school that you can't get the disease from toilet seats.
2. "Episode Two: Election Blu-Galoo
January 20, 2003
Abe and JFK campaign against each other in the school presidential elections, which, as you might expect, leads to Marilyn Manson singing about the food pyramid.
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1. 1. "Escape to Beer Mountain: A Rope of Sand"
January 20, 2003
At JFK's kegger, Abe Lincoln tries to win CleopatraƆs heart, Gandhi gets drunk on non-alcoholic beer, and Principal Scudworth gets beaten up for saying the phrase "raise the roof."
Description

Clone High is a unique animated comedy series that aired on MTV from 2002-2003. The show was created by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, both of whom went on to direct and write the hit film franchise "The Lego Movie." Clone High tells the story of a group of high school students who are all clones of historical figures from various time periods. The show tackles contemporary teenage issues, political satire, and raunchy humor in a way that is both irreverent and clever.

The show's main character is Abe Lincoln, a kind-hearted but socially awkward clone of Abraham Lincoln. Abe is in love with his fellow clone, Cleopatra, a popular and attractive leader who is not always quite as sweet as she appears. The other clones in their school include Joan of Arc, who is a rebellious feminist activist, John F. Kennedy, who is a rich playboy, and Ghandi, who is a hyperactive and mischievous troublemaker. Together, the clones navigate high school, teenage crushes, and government conspiracies that threaten to destroy them all.

Clone High combines a variety of genres and styles to create a show that is truly unique. The animation is done in a distinctive style that resembles classic 1960s Hanna-Barbera cartoons, but with a modern twist. The show's humor is also reminiscent of classic sitcoms like "Happy Days" and "Saved by the Bell," but with a more subversive edge. The show's creators have said that they were heavily inspired by the work of filmmaker Wes Anderson, which is apparent in the show's quirky characters and meticulous attention to detail.

One of the most notable aspects of Clone High is its impressive voice cast. The show features several talented comedians who went on to become household names. Will Forte, who voices Abe, went on to star in "Saturday Night Live" and create the hit series "The Last Man on Earth." Michael McDonald, who voices Ghandi, is a writer and performer who has worked on shows like "MADtv" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Other notable voice actors include Christa Miller ("Scrubs"), Donald Faison ("Clueless"), and Phil Lord himself.

Despite its short run, Clone High gained a devoted cult following that still exists today. Fans of the show praise its sharp wit, irreverent humor, and unique style. The show's creators have said that they would love to bring it back someday, but so far there have been no concrete plans for a revival.

In conclusion, Clone High is a brilliantly unique animated series that combines teenage comedy, political satire, and historic homage into a show that is both funny and intelligent. Its distinctive animation, memorable characters, and talented voice cast make it a must-see for any fan of animated comedy. Though it was cancelled after just one season, Clone High remains a cult classic that holds a special place in the hearts of its fans.

Clone High is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on January 20, 2003.

Where to Watch Clone High

Clone High is available for streaming on the MTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Clone High on demand at , Max, Apple TV Channels, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV and MTV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 20, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    8.2  (8,675)