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


Scott M. Gimple




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Series cast summary:
Orlando Brown ...  Cornelius Fillmore / ... 26 episodes, 2002-2004
Tara Strong ...  Ingrid Third / ... 26 episodes, 2002-2004
Don LaFontaine ...  Announcer 26 episodes, 2002-2004
Horatio Sanz ...  Jr. Commissioner 'Dutch' Vallejo 24 episodes, 2002-2004
Kyle Sullivan ...  Danny O'Farrell / ... 24 episodes, 2002-2004
Lauren Tom ...  Karen Tehama / ... 19 episodes, 2002-2004
Wendie Malick ...  Principal Folsom 17 episodes, 2002-2004
Danny Tamberelli ...  Joseph Anza / ... 11 episodes, 2002-2004


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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Jazz music and references to it are present throughout the series. Fillmore has named his first goldfish Thelonious after Thelonious Monk and replaces him with Miles (named after Miles Davis) after he dies. In the episode "Of Slain Kings in Checkered Fields", Ingrid Third is listening to a Chet Baker record. See more »


Fillmore: Goin' undercover's part of the gig, Ingrid.
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Fantastic Show, But Who's It For?
26 April 2006 | by Victim_Of_FateSee all my reviews

Disney's Fillmore! is a wonderfully written cartoon series, spoofing the 70s cop show genre. Set in X Middle School, the show's main character is Cornelius Fillmore - a former juvenile delinquent turned safety patroller. Fillmore is ably assisted by his partner Ingrid Third, a sardonic genius with an eidetic memory. The show slyly pastiches all manner of generic clichés: the duo ultimately report into school principal Folsom, a politician-type obsessed with her own image; Fillmore himself is the maverick detective, who breaks the rules to get what's done, while Third is his rational, Scully-esquire partner. And the movie and cultural references flow thick and fast - in one episode Fillmore and Third rely on help from a Hannibal Lecter-like graffiti artist. In another, they go undercover to infiltrate a scooter-thief gang with a task very similar to Gone In 60 Seconds.

Fillmore! only lasted two seasons before cancellation, and while the quality of the show is apparent, it is also easy to see why it didn't get renewed. This is a kids show, but the best aspects of the writing are probably too obscure to hit their targets, many of who will not even be aware that the show is supposed to be a spoof. As an adult, it is easy to appreciate the subtle humour, but the show isn't mature enough to appeal fully to adults.

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