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TTI: The Time I...

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TTI: The Time I... (also known as TTI or Disney Channel's TTI) is a series of shorts that aired on Disney Channel from 2009 to 2011. The series is produced by Riverstreet Productions[1] and featured kids and teenagers (and sometimes Disney Channel stars) as they tell a story of a notable thing that they did or event that happened to them. The shorts aired during commercial breaks.

TTI: The Time I...
GenreDocumentary
Educational
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes27 (unofficial)
Production
Running time1-2 minutes
Production company(s)Riverstreet Productions
DistributorDisney-ABC Domestic Television
Release
Original networkDisney Channel
Original release2009 (2009) –
2011 (2011)

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Episodes of the series range from fun, educational episodes to even more serious ones. Such as "The Time I... Realized My Brother Was Different," which features a girl and her brother's struggles with autism. Aswell as the episode "The Time I... Found Out I Have Dyslexia," which features Shake It Up star Bella Thorne detailing her struggles with dyslexia.

Known Episodes[edit]

From 2009 to 2011, 27 known episodes have aired (though this number is unofficial). The air dates for most of the episodes are largely unknown, though episodes have been uploaded to YouTube, both by Disney Channel's own YouTube channel and by independent users.

Season 1 (2009-11)[edit]

(Episodes listed in alphabetical order rather than the date they were aired.)

The Time I... Beat My Dad at Basketball

The Time I... Became a Big Sister

The Time I... Cartwheeled Across The Country

The Time I... Caught Fireflies

The Time I... Climbed Mt. Everest

The Time I... Competed in a National Track Meet

The Time I... Flew By Myself

The Time I... Found Out I Have Dyslexia (October 10, 2011)[2]

The Time I... Gave Myself a Second Chance

The Time I... Grew a Garden

The Time I... Got 322 Pairs of Shoes for My Birthday (October 10, 2011)[2]

The Time I... Got a Cast

The Time I... Got Glasses (October 10, 2011)[2]

The Time I... Harvested fruit and Made a Dessert (October 10, 2011)[2]

The Time I... Hit a Baseball without a Tee

The Time I... Learned Sign Language

The Time I... Made My Mom Breakfast In Bed On Her Birthday

The Time I... Moved 3,000 Miles From My Best Friend

The Time I... Ordered Breakfast in French

The Time I... Realized I Have a Best Friend

The Time I... Realized My Brother Was Different (November 23, 2009)[3]

The Time I... Rode My Bike Without Training Wheels

The Time I... Spent The Night At My Grandparent's House

The Time I... Walked to Cure Diabetes

The Time I... Was a Lousy Friend (October 2009)[2]

The Time I... Won the Science Fair

The Time I... Won the Spelling Bee

Out of the known episodes, only three featured stars from Disney Channel series. Adam Irrigoyen, Bella Thorne, and Zendaya from the Disney Channel series Shake It Up were featured in the episodes "The Time I... Gave Myself a Second Chance," "The Time I... Found Out I Have Dyslexia," and "The Time I... Became a Big Sister" respectively. Though Thorne was the only one to play herself.

Critical Reception[edit]

Handling of Serious Subjects[edit]

The series was often praised for it's delivery of serious subjects to the young audience that typically watches Disney Channel. The episode "The Time I... Realized My Brother Was Different," which shows a young girl describing her brother's struggles with autism, was met with positive reviews from online journalists and blogs.[3][4][5][6]

Social Media Presence[edit]

In June 2018, social media users came across the episode "The Time I... Became a Big Sister" which features Zendaya portraying the role of a young girl named Jasmine, and telling the story of when her family adopted a child from Ethiopia. Many users were in shock that the segments were seemingly staged or fabricated. With some claiming that the episode in question was never aired or that they never saw it. Other than this episode and "The Time I... Gave Myself a Second Chance," which features Adam Irrigoyen, and "The Time I... Was a Lousy Friend,"[7] it is unknown if any other episodes were staged.

The series has also been subject to various internet memes that poke fun at the episodes. Most notably the episode "The Time I... Found Out I Have Dyslexia."

References[edit]

  1. "Riverstreet Productions". www.riverstreet.net. Retrieved 2020-10-27.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 The Time I... (TV Series 2009– ) - IMDb, retrieved 2020-10-27
  3. 3.0 3.1 Smith, Jackie (2009-12-02). "Jackson mother of autistic boy proud of her kids' appearance on Disney Channel segment". mlive. Retrieved 2020-10-27.
  4. "Disney Channel Highlights Autism Sibling Experience". Disability Scoop. 2009-12-02. Retrieved 2020-10-27.
  5. Wrightslaw. "Melody's Success Story: "The Time I Realized My Brother was Different" | The Wrightslaw Way". Retrieved 2020-10-27.
  6. "Disney Channel short on autism sibling experience: The Time I Realized My Brother was Different". Left Brain Right Brain. 2010-03-23. Retrieved 2020-10-27.
  7. The Time I... (TV Series 2009– ) - IMDb, retrieved 2020-10-27

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