Former delinquent now fights for the good guys at X Middle School.

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Orlando Brown ...
 Cornelius Fillmore / ... (26 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Ingrid Third / ... (26 episodes, 2002-2004)
Don LaFontaine ...
 Announcer (26 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Jr. Commissioner 'Dutch' Vallejo (24 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Danny O'Farrell / ... (24 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Karen Tehama / ... (18 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Principal Folsom (17 episodes, 2002-2004)

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Former delinquent Cornelius Fillmore saw the light, and now fights on the side of justice at X Middle School. Joining him is Ingrid Third, who has a photographic memory. Together, Fillmore and Third fight all those who attempt to break the rules at X, all while keeping Jr. Commissioner Vallejo off their backs and trying to please the school's overly-image-conscious Principal Folsom. Written by Joe Cassidy

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During the opening credits, we see a glimpse of Fillmore's permanent record, which shows him classified as a "delinquent". The past offenses listed for him are: "chalk boosting, locker rigging, comic book poker ring, class cutting, milk counterfeiting (non dairy creamer), [and] backtalkery." See more »

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Fillmore: Disco.
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I miss this show.
5 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show probably would be funny on it's own, but as a kid growing up in the 70s and Quinn Martin Productions, this show is hilarious. From the onslaught of punnery to the running sports team jokes (X middle school never had a basketball or football team, but I do remember them in a Bocci ball field and miniature golf tournament). It was the tongue-in- cheek detail (a papier-mache volcano in the science fair named Mt. Cliché) as well as the mock seriousness of the crime that really made the show so enjoyable. It even had a killer opening montage, closing with unmanned bikes flying over a cliff ala Mannix.

The characters are great, every fundamental of a 70x cop show was met with certain beautiful overkill, Chief (no-first-name) Vallejo, as well as the forensic and investigative members with the comic relief (a cartoon with a comic relief character) of O'Farrell. It even had mayor in the principal of X Middle School voiced by Wendy Malick. I loved her on this show, her biting, witty threats were hilarious.

If anyone ever finds out this show is being released on DVD, iTunes or Google, please let me know. Or if you can find Scott Gimple's email addy. I just want to tell him how much I enjoyed his work and how can I get it.


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