Clone High

Clone High

  • TV-14
  • 2003
  • 1 Season
  • 8.1  (6,371)

In the comedy series Clone High, animated characters originate from extracted DNA of the most important people in history. Through the eyes of these hybrid characters every day high school life looks a little bit different. Clone High is set in a high school in the fictional town of Exclamation, USA, that is secretly being run as an elaborate military experiment orchestrated by a government office called the Secret Board of Shadowy Figures. The school is entirely populated by the clones of famous historical figures that were created in the 1980s and raised with the intent of having their various strengths and abilities harnessed by the United States military. The principal of the high school, Cinnamon J. Scudworth, has his own plans for the clones, and secretly tries to undermine the wishes of the Board.

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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"
November 2, 2002
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

In the comedy series Clone High, animated characters originate from extracted DNA of the most important people in history. Through the eyes of these hybrid characters every day high school life looks a little bit different.

Clone High is set in a high school in the fictional town of Exclamation, USA, that is secretly being run as an elaborate military experiment orchestrated by a government office called the Secret Board of Shadowy Figures. The school is entirely populated by the clones of famous historical figures that were created in the 1980s and raised with the intent of having their various strengths and abilities harnessed by the United States military. The principal of the high school, Cinnamon J. Scudworth, has his own plans for the clones, and secretly tries to undermine the wishes of the Board.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 Apple TV+, , Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, The Roku Channel, Google Play, Apple TV and MTV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 20, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (6,371)