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Doom & Gloom band from Central, IL. Malcolm fakes an emotional breakdown in order to get out of the Krelboyne class' Medieval Week. Hal and Lois clean out a packed closet and find that it is actually a second bathroom with a functional toilet. Dewey reveals a hidden talent for table skittles, but his talent disappears as soon as Hal tries to show it off. Xcode mojave download free. When Francis starts.

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rrhfactor posted over a year ago
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jesse_spencer said:
The Malcolm in the Middle writers, and other uses of the Krelboyne as a name for nerds, etc. was inspired by the nerdy character Seymour Krelboyne, of Little Shop of Horrors (which was changed to Krelborn in the musical version)
this is the best answer. thank you.
yankeeclipper said:
You're all krelboynes for knowing the answer to this question.
ivanhoe said:
Krelboyne is the name of the teacher of that class so the kids were all called Krelboynes.
Caroline Miller was the first teacher and the second one was name Lionel Herkabe
Cinders said:
Actually, the name comes from famous nerd Seymour Krelboyne, star of link. The name of their first teacher was actually Lionel Herkabe.

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Nope, their first teacher was that weird emotional lady that paid Malcom's hospital bill. Caroline something or other. Please consult the user name.

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It was Caroline Miller. I'm actually watching Malcolm in the Middle for the 10th time right now
yababdabadoo said:
It's a reference to nerdy Seymour Krelboyne.
The first teachers' name is Caroline Miller and the second teachers' name was Lionel Herkabe, he was a Krelboyne, his name wasn't Krelboyne
justanswer said:
The important thing is why the creators picked a nickname for them at all- it gives them a politically correct slang term that be used positively or negatively without offending any real people. It was a pretty awesome strategy!
it was definitely meant negatively as a derogatory term, but you bring up a good point that they made their own word up so they could get away with making fun of smart/geeky/nerdy people without it being clear and offending smart geeks/nerds

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