History Anime / SpaceDandy

12th Dec '17 3:52:51 PM Neakal
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* TheNecrocracy: ''Sometimes You Can't Live with Dying, Baby'' ends with [[spoiler: the whole universe becoming zombified.]] It is a surprisingly peaceful and benevolent version of the trope that sees [[spoiler: the end of all war and discrimination]]. Everyone involved simply gets on with their un-lives.
23rd Oct '17 2:04:10 AM BiggerJ
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* SecretIngredient: While the Phantom Ramen is explicitly stated to be the result of incredible skill, with all its ingredients being mediocre on their own, it ends up being implied to have one anyway: [[spoiler:the tears of a lonely old man]]. When Dandy discovers this, he isn't grossed out and even seems emotionally touched.

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* SecretIngredient: While the Phantom Ramen is explicitly stated to be the result of incredible skill, with all its ingredients being mediocre on their own, it ends up being implied to have one anyway: [[spoiler:the tears of a lonely old man]]. When Dandy discovers this, he isn't grossed out and even seems emotionally touched.moved.
23rd Oct '17 2:03:29 AM BiggerJ
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* LaserGuidedKarma: Episode 2 delivers this to Meow. Eating all of Dandy's food and causing them to constantly get found by the Gogol robots comes to bite him in the end when he ends up dropping the ramen bowl Pops' made for him, and Dandy gloats about how great the ramen tasted.

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* LaserGuidedKarma: Episode 2 delivers this to Meow. Eating all of Dandy's food and causing them to constantly get found by the Gogol robots comes to bite him in the end when he ends up dropping the ramen bowl Pops' Pops made for him, and Dandy gloats about how great the ramen tasted.



** The Pops scene in episode 2. Most of the scene plays out in a more serious tone compared to the rest of the episode, and Pops' flashback even has a bit of whiplash of its own when it uses a little BlackComedy to show [[spoiler:how exactly Pops killed someone]], only to get serious again after that (including a {{Tearjerker}} moment where Dandy asks Pops' if he wants to join his crew, only for Pops to decline and ultimately stay in his private dimension for seemingly eternity). The episode then comes back around to comedy again once Dandy and Meow leave Pops' dimension.

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** The Pops scene in episode 2. Most of the scene plays out in a more serious tone compared to the rest of the episode, and Pops' flashback even has a bit of whiplash of its own when it uses a little BlackComedy to show [[spoiler:how exactly Pops killed someone]], only to get serious again after that (including a {{Tearjerker}} moment where Dandy asks Pops' Pops if he wants to join his crew, only for Pops to decline and ultimately stay in his private dimension for seemingly eternity).eternity. The episode then comes back around to comedy again once Dandy and Meow leave Pops' dimension.


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* SecretIngredient: While the Phantom Ramen is explicitly stated to be the result of incredible skill, with all its ingredients being mediocre on their own, it ends up being implied to have one anyway: [[spoiler:the tears of a lonely old man]]. When Dandy discovers this, he isn't grossed out and even seems emotionally touched.
16th Sep '17 8:36:04 PM BiggerJ
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** The music from the cold open in which we're told what Dandy is gets a reprise in the final episode, in the scene we're [[spoiler:we're told what Dandy is.]]

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** The music from the cold open in which we're told what Dandy is gets a reprise in the final episode, in the scene we're where [[spoiler:we're told what Dandy is.]]
5th Sep '17 11:08:30 PM Luppercus
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* BarFullOfAliens: "BooBies", which is basically Hooters IN SPACE! Apart of having the girls as the main eye candy, it's also a common place to reunite for most of alien species and even some of the waitresses are alien too.
22nd Aug '17 7:12:10 PM theknack101
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** The majority of the sadder episodes of the series are in the back half of season 2, with a lot of it being filled with more melancholy episodes.
22nd Aug '17 6:17:33 PM theknack101
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* ColdOpen: In season 1, every episode would open with the same segment telling you who Space Dandy is, with image showing him and his team hunting aliens and setting up a Zeerust Scifi vibe that [[BaitAndSwitchCredits really didn't apply to the series as a whole]], though that was undoubtedly the joke. Starting with season 2 however, the show started having cold opens that set up the plot for the episode.
15th Aug '17 6:54:19 PM nombretomado
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** Episode 18 could [[XMeetsY best be described]] as Creator/HayaoMiyazaki meets ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker''.

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** Episode 18 could [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY best be described]] as Creator/HayaoMiyazaki meets ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker''.
15th Aug '17 11:02:57 AM theknack101
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** In the episode where Scarlet goes on a date with a Cloudian and everything seems to be going well, the Narrator starts talking about how the Cloudian's cloud changes depending on his mood, Scarlet and the Cloudian suddenly look at the camera annoyed, and the Narrator apologizes for killing the mood.
15th Aug '17 10:45:25 AM theknack101
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** In a humorous canon breaking example,in episode 19 Meow says a starving Dandy looks worse than he did when he was a zombie, though that episode ended with the entire universe, including the Narrator, turning into zombies with no sign of turning back.
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