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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.
  • Kojak is an Irish setter from Stephen King's novel The Stand. In the TV miniseries, he is portrayed as a golden retriever mix.
  • Kojak is the internal name for the default Audrey system, including the QNX operating system, startup scripts, etc. In essence, "kojak" means "Audrey software". People use Kojak to refer to the Audrey OS rather than just a certain application or the more general QNX environment. Much of the Kojak setup is contained in a directory called /kojak.
  • Kojak is the tertiary antagonist in the movie Recess: School's Out. He is one of the henchmen for Doctor Phillium Benedict and is presumably a lieutenant in Benedict's evil army. 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. He especially seems to hold a grudge against T.J. (presumably because of the the "ugly bald guy" comment). It is unknown of what happens to him at the end of the movie after he got punched out by Ms. Finster during the final fight.
  • Kojak was a 1970s police procedural drama. The series is set in New York City's Thirteenth Precinct. It revolves around the efforts of the incorruptible Lt. Theo Kojak (Telly Savalas), a tough, bald New York City policeman who was fond of lollipops and for using the Catch Phrase, "Who loves ya, baby?" Lt. Kojak displayed a dark, cynical wit and a tendency to bend the rules in order to bring a criminal to justice. In the early episodes of the series, Kojak smoked heavily; in order to reflect the anti-smoking sentiment gaining momentum on American TV, the writers decided that Kojak had quit smoking. He began sucking on lollipops as a substitute, which became a trademark of the character.
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Alliance
  • Anti-Recess Legion
Alignment
  • Bad
Goal
  • Varies
  • Help Benedict destroy summer vacation
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Dislikes
  • T.J. Detweiler
minions
  • Ninjas, Secret Service Look-Alike Foot Soldiers
  • Benedict's Ninja Army, Secret Service Look-Alike Foot Soldiers
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Voice
Likes
  • Phillium Benedict
Appearance
  • Ugly, Bald, Dressed in business suit
Name
  • Kojak
Personality
  • Mean, Scary, Hateful, Creul
  • Mean, Serious, Grumpy
Fate
  • Unknown. Either he got smothered in the crash after the laser was destroyed or was put in prison with his boss.
  • Unknown. Either he got smothered in the crash after the tractorbeam was destroyed or was put in jail with his boss.
Alias
  • Kojak
  • Alien scum
  • Baldie
  • Mr. Bald Guy
  • Ugly Bald Guy
Weapons
  • Varies
  • Laser Pistol, TractorBeam
Enemies
  • Principal Prickly, T.J. Detweiler and his best friends, Ms. Finster
  • Principal Peter Prickly, T.J. Detweiler and his best friends, Ms. Finster
Powers
  • Strength
Home
  • United States
Affiliations
  • Anti-Recess Legion
Occupation
  • Henchman to Phillium Benedict
Films
  • Recess: School's Out
Friends
  • His boss and his followers
Quote
  • Well, well, well...if it ain't the little snoop!
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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.
  • Kojak is an Irish setter from Stephen King's novel The Stand. In the TV miniseries, he is portrayed as a golden retriever mix.
  • Kojak was a 1970s police procedural drama. The series is set in New York City's Thirteenth Precinct. It revolves around the efforts of the incorruptible Lt. Theo Kojak (Telly Savalas), a tough, bald New York City policeman who was fond of lollipops and for using the Catch Phrase, "Who loves ya, baby?" Lt. Kojak displayed a dark, cynical wit and a tendency to bend the rules in order to bring a criminal to justice. In the early episodes of the series, Kojak smoked heavily; in order to reflect the anti-smoking sentiment gaining momentum on American TV, the writers decided that Kojak had quit smoking. He began sucking on lollipops as a substitute, which became a trademark of the character. The series was rebooted in 2005 starring Ving Rhames in the title role, but was axed again after a single ten episode season. Not to be confused with Kolchak. * Addiction Displacement: Kojak's lollipops. They became an icon for the revival. * Bald of Awesome: An early example. * Big Applesauce * Catch Phrase: "Who loves ya, baby?" * Detective Drama * Everybody Owns a Ford * New York City Cops * Not Himself * Oral Fixation Fixation: the switch to the ubiquitous lollipops. * Police Procedural * Quip to Black: Kojak has an early version in most episodes. * Real Life Relative: George Savalas has a supporting role as Det. Stavros. * Revival: The series was brought back for two TV movies in the mid 80s and then brought back for a sixth seasons consisting of 5 movie length episodes that featured Kojak in the rank of Inspector as part of The ABC Mystery Movie in 1989 along side a revival of Columbo as part of that series. * Sliding Scale of Idealism Versus Cynicism: leans to the cynical side. The 1970s was a time of rising crime in New York City, and the show reflected the frustration. * Spin-Off: Theo Kojak began life as the lead character in The Marcus-Nelson Murders, a TV movie loosely based on a real-life double murder. In this (and the pilot episode of his titular series), his name is alternatively spelled "Kojack". * Sweet Tooth: Kojak and his lollipops, as always. * Waistcoat of Style: For a guy who constantly complains about his $240-a-week-after-taxes job, Kojak sure can afford some nice threads.
  • Kojak is the internal name for the default Audrey system, including the QNX operating system, startup scripts, etc. In essence, "kojak" means "Audrey software". People use Kojak to refer to the Audrey OS rather than just a certain application or the more general QNX environment. Much of the Kojak setup is contained in a directory called /kojak.
  • Kojak is the tertiary antagonist in the movie Recess: School's Out. He is one of the henchmen for Doctor Phillium Benedict and is presumably a lieutenant in Benedict's evil army. 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. He especially seems to hold a grudge against T.J. (presumably because of the the "ugly bald guy" comment). It is unknown of what happens to him at the end of the movie after he got punched out by Ms. Finster during the final fight.
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