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Founder's Day (1986)

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On Founder's Day, the anniversary of the founding of Galaxy High, Beef chases Doyle, Aimee, Milo, and Creep into Professor Icenstein's classroom, where they hide inside one of his inventions. Beef and Roland activate the device, which turns out to be a time machine, and Doyle and his friends find themselves in the past, on the barren asteroid Flutor, which is where Galaxy High is supposed to be located. The Flutorians charge them 5000 megacredits for "discovering" the place, and if they don't pay, they'll vaporize the asteroid... which means Doyle and the others would have no future to return to. Then Luigi shows up, looking to open a pancake house, along with his waitress, Biddy McBrain. Doyle and Milo try to convince Luigi to open a pizza parlour instead, while Aimee tries to get Ms. McBrain to become a principal. Aimee then sends out a broadcast advertising the place to everyone in the galaxy. However, all the different races hate each other. Meanwhile, their kids are willing to get along (including Blinky Bubblehead, Greta Gossip- who sounds like Wendy Garbo, whose name was a reference to Greta Garbo- as well as Biff Bonk, and aliens resembling Roland and Earl). The fight amongst the adults is broken up by a galactic cop named Dingy Harry , and the money owed to the Flutorians is eventually obtained from Reginald Unicyle's father, Milburn, who gets Ms. McBrain to open an elementary division of the new school for young Reggie to attend. Various faculty members also show up, including Professor Icenstein, who helps Milo figure out how to use the time machine to return to the future. When they get home, Ms. McBrain says the gang reminds her of another group she once met, on the original Founder's Day, who mysteriously disappeared before she could thank them for their role in founding Galaxy High.


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