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Galaxy High School entry date: Jan 1, 2001

GALAXY HIGH SCHOOL original airdates: Sept 13, 1986-Sept 5, 1987 on CBS later airdates: Jan 2, 1988-Aug 27, 1988 on CBS, Jan 2, 1994-?, July 2, 1994-Sept 24, 1994, Oct 8, 1994- Dec 31, 1994, Feb 7, 1996-Feb 23, 1996, Apr 2, 1996-Apr 19, 1996, May 27, 1996-June 17, 1996 as part Sci-Fi Channel episodes: 13 animated by: TMS Entertainment distributed and owned by: TMS Entertainment note: series created by movie director Chris Columbus and music by Don Felder status: Galaxy High School is currently not on US television

GALAXY HIGH SCHOOL SUMMARY:
Galaxy High School is one of my favorite cartoons.  Doyle and Aimee are two Earth 
students who transfer to Galaxy High School on the asteroid, Flutor.  Back on Earth, 
Doyle was the high school star and Aimee was the smartest girl in school, not very 
popular or cool.  At Galaxy High, the aliens accept Aimee and she becomes popular, while
Doyle doesn't.  The show has hints of a budding romance between Doyle and Aimee but it 
never is given time to grow, since the show only had thirteen episodes (CBS should have 
ordered more).  The aliens in the school, included Gilda Gossip, the girl with the big
mouth or mouths.  Booey Bubblehead who has a bubble for a head and is absent-minded.  
Milo De Venus the six armed class president.  There is also Beef and the Bonk Bunch who 
bully Doyle.  The teachers are even more unusual than the students.  Ms. Biddy McBrain 
has a light bulb attached to her head.  Coach Frogface eats flies.  Also, Professor 
Icenstein has to keep his classroom cold or he will melt.  The theme song and music is 
also cool, performed by Don Felder a former member of the Eagles.  The show is one I 
remember vividly watching back in 1986 and watching it again today takes me back to the 
good old days.

EPISODE GUIDE
#101 Welcome to Galaxy High (09.13.1986) 
   Doyle and Aimee arrive at Galaxy High and meet their strange new classmates.  Here, 
   their roles are switched, as Doyle is now a nerd and Aimee is popular.
#102 Pizza's Honor (09.20.1986) 
   Doyle must make a pizza delivery to the creepy Tinglar planet.  But Beef and the Bonk 
   Bunch follow him to make trouble.
#103 The Beef Who Would Be King (09.27.1986) 
   Beef is elected king of the planet Cholesterol.  But once he gets crowned they want to
   eat him and Doyle must save him.  
#104 Where's Milo? (10.04.1986) 
   Milo disappears after he angers his friends by making a couple of accidents.
#105 Those Eyes, Those Lips (10.11.1986) 
   Booey wants to go to the Mick Maggers concert, but the tickets are sold out.  Aimee 
   and the gang go to great lengths to get a ticket for Booey.
#106 Doyle's New Friend (10.18.1986) 
   The Hands Across the Universe dance is coming to Galaxy High, and Doyle's new friend 
   Wolfgang arrives to help with the dance and play practical jokes on everyone.
#107 Dollars and Sense (10.25.1986) 
   Aimee is persued by Reggie Unicycle, the richest man in the galaxy.  He showers her 
   with gifts and trips, and the gang must help her see him for what he really is.
#108 Beach Blanket Blow-Up (11.01.1986) 
   Everyone, but Doyle gets to go for Spring Break at Fort Lauderoid.  But Doyle and 
   Professor Icenstein find out that a supernova nearby will destroy the beach planetoid.
#109 The Brain Blaster (11.08.1986) 
   To get better grades, Doyle tries a brain blaster and gets addicted.  He steals from 
   his friends in order to pay for his habit, but Aimee and friends try to break him off
   of the drug.  NOTE: This episode won the story editors a Humanitas award.
#110 The Brat Pack (11.15.1986) 
   Beef is punished by Ms. McBrain to take over a class full of little kids who are alot
   of trouble.
#111 Founder's Day (11.22.1986)
   Doyle, Aimee, Milo and Creep fall into Professor Icenstein's time machine and go back
   to the day that Galaxy High was founded.  But by being there, they alter time and have 
   to make sure that Galaxy High gets created somehow. 
#112 Martian Mumps (11.29.1986) 
   Everyone but Doyle, Aimee and Professor Icenstein get the Martian Mumps, a disease 
   that turns everyone green and dull.  They must find a cure soon or the students and 
   teachers will remain martians forever.
#113 It Came From Earth (12.06.1986) 
   At a big game, Doyle is knocked out, and wakes up 15 years later to find he has grown 
   into a giant.  All the former Galaxy High students are on Earth and Beef's army has 
   been ordered to destroy Doyle.   

VOICE ACTORS
Susan Blu (Arcee of Transformers) as Aimee Brightower 
Pat Carroll (Ursula of the Little Mermaid) as Ms. Biddy McBrain 
Nancy Cartwright (Bart Simpson) as "Flat" Freddy Fender and Gilda Gossip 
Guy Christopher as Earl Eccchhh 
Gino Conforti as Ollie Oilslick the cabbie and Reggie Unicycle 
Jennifer Darling as Booey Bubblehead, Mertyl Blastermeier and Wendy Garbo 
Pat Fraley as Coach Frogface and Sludge the janitor 
Henry Gibson (of Laugh-In) as Doyle's locker 
David L. Lander (of Laverne and Shirley) as Milo De Venus 
Danny Mann as the Creep 
Howard Morris (died in 2005) as Professor Icenstein and Luigi La Bounci 
Hal Rayle as Doyle Cleverlobe 
Neil Ross as Rotten Roland 
John Stephenson as Beef Bonk and Harvey Blastermeier 

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GALAXY HIGH SCHOOL LINKS
Amazon.com: Welcome To Galaxy High 1989 VHS
Bring Galaxy High School Cartoon To DVD! Petition
Cereal Geek
Don Felder's Website
80's Cartoon Central: Galaxy High School
The Galaxy High Website!
Internet Movie Database: Galaxy High School (1986)
My Space: Galaxy High
Nancy Cartwright.com
Progressive Boink: Galaxy High School-Download the theme song in Real Media here!
RetroJunk: Galaxy High
Wikipedia.org's Galaxy High entry

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