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  1. John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) is a main character and on & off antagonist of Clone High. He is a clone of 35th President of the United States John F. Kennedy. He is a dumb meat-headed 1960's-era jock, who gets with tons of girls at Clone High High School and makes tons of sexual innuendo jokes.

  2. The Original John F. Kennedy was an American politician who served as the 35th president of the United States from 1961 until his assassination in 1963. He is the clonefather of JFK. In "Episode Two: Election Blu-Galoo", JFK asks his foster parents, Wally and Carl, how he can make people like...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Clone_HighClone High - Wikipedia

    Set at a high school populated by the clones of well-known historical figures, the series follows its central cast which includes adolescent depictions of Abe Lincoln, Joan of Arc, Gandhi, Cleopatra, and JFK.

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  4. 11 de set. de 2020 · JFK is a meme character from the animated series Clone High, based on the famous historical figure John F. Kennedy. The meme refers to his appearance, personality, and popularity in the series, as well as his rivalry with other characters and his assassination. See examples, origin, and related memes on this web page.

  5. The clone of the 35th president of the USA, John F. Kennedy, otherwise known as JFK is a major antagonist, turned anti-hero of the cartoon series, Clone High. He was voiced by Chris Miller, the co-creator of the series. He also voiced as Mr. Butlertron in the series. JFK is quite egotistical...

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  6. 16 de mai. de 2023 · Clone High is a self-aware comedy series that spoofs teen TV shows and historical clones. In its second season, JFK (voiced by Will Forte) is one of the new characters who join the show's cast of historical clones and zany teenagers. The revival compares to the original series and addresses the 20-year time gap between seasons with humor and meta-humor.