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Clone High is a television show from MTV and Nelvana, produced in 2002 and 2003. This show had only 13 episodes. In Febuary 2003, the show was cancelled over a number of controversies, specifically about the exuberant concept of using Mahatma Gandhi.
The US government created a program to clone some of the greatest historical figures, such as Abraham Lincoln, Cleopatra, Ghandi, etc., but they manipulated their genes to become teenagers. The series is set in a high school, where the clones do teenager stuff, and the principal is an evil scientist planning to take over all the clones for a mysterious island.
- Abe, a clone of Abraham Lincoln, who tries to seduce Cleopatra in every single episode.
- Gandhi, a clone of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, and best friend of Abe. Addicted to Magic Drugs; he loves making messes and being the star of parties.
- Joan, a clone of Joan D'Arc. Friend of Abe and Ghandi, Joan tries to convince Abe that Cleopatra is a bitch who doesn't deserve his love.
- JFK, a clone of John F. Kennedy. He's not exactly an antagonist, but he'd do anything to be Cleopatra's lover.
- Cleopatra, a clone of the Egyptian queen. She's the most beautiful and popular girl in high school, being the desire of every single boy.
- Principal Cinnamon J. Scudworth, PhD., the school's principal. He's the main antagonist of the series, but his plans are always a failure. He has a pet robot called Mr. Butlertron.
- Genghis Khan
- George Washington Carver and his anthropomorphic peanut
- Julius Caesar
- Marie Antoinette
- Van Gogh
- Marie Curie
- Mr. Sheepman
First Used on a Poop by
We don't know who exactly made the first poop using Clone High, but the oldest poop with the source was GIANT UNDERPANTS by Imaperson
Often Used by
Why yes, they're Canadians!
Sometimes Used by
- Almost everybody who contributed to the fad Say Whaaat?
The TV show only had 13 episode due to the controversies over Gandhi, but it's very popular among the YouTube community.
This fad was started by MexicanSunflower in November 2009. The main goal of this fad is to make Gandhi sing at least four excerpts from various pieces of video game music. The fad was so popular that they started to boycott MexicanSunflower.