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Kojak is the teritary antagonist in the 2001 Disney animated movie, Recess: School's Out. He is one of the henchmen for Dr. Phillium Benedict and is presumably a lieutenant in Benedict's army.

Role in the film

The man first appeared during Dr. Phillium Benedict's raid on a military outpost in the Southwestern United States, where he led the bodyguard forces, also blowing down the door to the control center of the experimental weather altering laser before the base personnel could erase the access code after triggering the alarm, and then tasered them into unconsciousness. He eventually relocated with Benedict to Third Street School where he presumably acted as the head of security and letting people cleared for entry to their new "base". He chased off T.J Detweiler after the latter ended up witnessing one of their tests while fuming about the bad summer vacation so far. Aside from making sure one of Dr. Benedict's plans don't fail, he was ordered by Dr. Benedict to impersonate Principal Prickly while Benedict was holding the real Principal Prickly captive after the latter was captured during an attempt by T.J. to have the school investigated (which also nearly caused T.J.'s friends to believe he had lied to them as an excuse to get them back together as a result). He especially seems to hold a grudge against T.J. (presumably because of the "ugly bald guy" comment made on T.J.'s tape recorder when he was snooping on them earlier in the film).

Later, while TJ was investigating the school directly for any evidence (and found Principal Prickly's discarded golf pants in the school dumpster), he also witnessed "Prickly" walking with some of Benedict's forces, with his unwittingly unmasking himself in front of T.J. Later that night, the man witnessed an escape attempt by TJ and his friends from the lab-transformed school auditorium, with his proceeding to be headbutted in the groin by Spinelli after the latter referred to him as "alien scum" and told him to get off the planet Earth (referring to Gus's earlier speculation that Benedict and his forces were actually aliens).

He also caught T.J. and Principal Prickly when they located his office and took away T.J.'s (already confiscated) Walkie Talkie, although not before T.J. relayed to his friends what Benedict's true plan was (the elimination of Summer Vacation) after stumbling on a mural on the office door that was presumably painted by Benedict and his henchmen.

He later caught Spinelli, Gretchen, Gus, Vince, and Mikey in the halls when they and the student body attacked the school to stop Benedict, but T.J. and Prickly dumped corn chowder on him before he could attack them, as well as the can, which resulted in him falling down the stairs and presumably being knocked out. After regaining consciousness and presumably removing the drum can and most of the chowder off his body, he stormed into the lab-transformed auditorium while Benedict's henchmen and a joint effort of the faculty and students were fighting and attempted to attack T.J. in revenge for his earlier humiliation. However, Ms. Finster stopped him and got into a fist fight with Kojak, only for him to end up knocked out by Finster before he could land any hits on her. It is unknown what happens to him at the end of the movie after he got punched out by Ms. Finster during the final fight. Either he was smothered in the crash after the laser was destroyed, or was sent to jail with his boss.

Trivia

  • The name Kojak is a reference to a TV-detective who is also bald. It's not his actual name, but rather a nickname given by Ms. Finster when she fought him in reference to his baldness.
  • Kojak resembles the Superman villain, Lex Luthor whom Clancy Brown is known for voicing in various Superman cartoons.

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Media
Recess | Recess: School's Out/Soundtrack | Recess: All Growed Down | Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade | Recess: Miracle on Third Street | Videography
Characters
T.J. Detweiler | Vince LaSalle | Ashley Spinelli | Mikey Blumberg | Gretchen Grundler | Gus Griswald | Captain Bradley | Cornchip Girl | The Kindergarteners | The Diggers | Hustler Kid | Guru Kid | Earwin Lawson | Miss Grotke | Muriel Finster | Becky Detweiler | Dr. Phillium Benedict | Menlo | Brock | Peter Prickly | Kojak | Butch | Ashley Armbruster | Ashley Boulet | Ashley Quinlan | Ashley Tomossian | Fenwick | Brandon the Singer | Gelman | King Bob | Chucko | Jocko | Randall Weams | King Freddie II | Cheay | Spencer | The Megans | The Brittanys | The Tylers | Bob and Flo Spinelli | Secret Service Look-Alike Foot Soldiers
Episodes
Season One: "The Break In" | "The New Kid" | "The Experiment" | "The Great Jungle Gym Standoff" | "Jinxed" | "Officer Mikey" | "First Name Ashley" | "To Finster with Love" | "King Gus" | "Big Brother Chad" | "My Fair Gretchen" | "Speedy, We Hardly Knew Ye" | "I Will Kick No More Forever" | "The Kid Came Back" | "The Pest" | "The Legend of Big Kid" | "The Box" | "The Trial" | "Teacher's Lounge" | "Randall's Reform" | "Rainy Days" | "The Great Can Drive" | "The Voice" | "Kids in the Mist" | "Parents' Night" | "Swing on Thru to the Other Side"

Season Two: "The Break-up" | "The Hypnotist" | "Mama's Girl" | "Outcast Ashley" | "The Game" | "The Lost Ball" | "Gus' Last Stand" | "Operation Field Trip" | "The Challenge" | "Wild Child" | "The Substitute" | "Gretchen and the Secret of Yo" | "The Girl Was Trouble" | "Copycat Kid" | "Operation Stuart" | "Pharaoh Bob" | "The Story of Whomps" | "Weekend at Muriel's" | "Economics of Recess" | "Omega Kids" | "Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave" | "Bad Hair Day" | "Dance Lessons" | "Principal for a Day" | "The Beauty Contest"
Season Three: "One Stayed Clean" | "A Genius Among Us" | "The First Picture Show" | "The Big Prank" | "Hustler's Apprentice" | "The Spy Who Came in from the Playground" | "Dodgeball City" | "A Career to Remember" | "Gus' Fortune" | "Rumor Mill" | "Recess is Canceled" | "Tattletale Heart" | "Kindergarten Derby" | "The Bet" | "The Madness of King Bob" | "Call Me Guy" | "Space Cadet" | "Stand Up Randall" | "Prickly is Leaving" | "Randall's Friends" | "Gus and Misdemeanors" | "A Science Fair to Remember" | "That Stinking Feeling" | "My Funny Valentines" | "Mikey's Pants" | "Here Comes Mr. Perfect" | "Good Luck Charm" | "Diggers Split Up" | "Schoolworld" | "Bachelor Gus" | "The Dude" | "Partners in Crime" | "The Candidates" | "This Brain for Hire" | "The Barnaby Boys" | "Buried Treasure" | "The Library Kid" | "The Ratings Game" | "Spinelli's Masterpiece" | "Nobody Doesn't Like T.J." | "A Great State Fair" | "The A.V. Kid" | "Yope from Norway" | "Bonky Fever" | "Don't Ask Me" | "The Secret Life of Grotke" | "The Fuss Over Finster" | "Soccer Kid" | "Fort Tender" | "Germ Warfare" | "More Like Gretchen" | "Prince Randall" | "Me No Know" | "Good Ole T.J." | "Chez Vince" | "Tucked in Mikey" | "Old Folks Home" | "Some Friend"
Season Four: "The Coolest Heatwave Ever" | "No Strings Attached" | "Beyond a Reasonable Scout" | "The C Note" | "The Army Navy Game" | "Big Ol' Mikey" | "The Principals of Golf" | "All the Principal's Men" | "Lawson and his Crew"
Season Five: "Terrifying Tales of Recess" | "Kurst the Not So Bad" | "League of Randalls" | "Mundy, Mundy" | "Lost Leader"

Locations
Third Street School | Old Rusty | Fifth and Sixth Grader Club | Ashley's Clubhouse | King's Jungle Gym
Songs
We Shall Not Be Moved

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