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13th Apr '16 10:43:46 AM kablammin45
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* [=LocateTV=]'s description for ''WesternAnimation/ThreeTwoOnePenguins'' read as follows: "Follow the adventures of Jason and Michelle, a pair of young penguin twins". One has to wonder if they even bothered to watch the show, or even look at promotional art, as anyone can tell you that Jason and Michelle are a pair of ''human'' twins. The eponymous penguins are the four penguins (Zidgel, Midgel, Fidgel, and Kevin) who Jason and Michelle go on adventures with, and not Jason and Michelle themselves.

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* [=LocateTV=]'s description for ''WesternAnimation/ThreeTwoOnePenguins'' read as follows: "Follow the adventures of Jason and Michelle, a pair of young penguin twins". One has to wonder if they even bothered to watch the show, or even look at promotional art, as anyone familiar with the show can tell you that Jason and Michelle are a pair of ''human'' twins. The eponymous penguins are the four penguins (Zidgel, Midgel, Fidgel, and Kevin) who Jason and Michelle go on adventures with, and not Jason and Michelle themselves.themselves.
* ''WesternAnimation/The7D'' was conceived as a Disney Junior show before being retooled into the Disney XD show for general audiences that it is now. Despite this, many news reports and other such things still tend to refer to it as a Disney Junior show aimed at preschoolers.
1st Apr '16 3:34:55 PM Morgenthaler
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* For some reason, people tend to confuse Dumb Donald from ''WesternAnimation/FatAlbertAndTheCosbyKids'' for Mush Mouth, a mistake that was once made in a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch as well a scene in BoondockSaints.

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* For some reason, people tend to confuse Dumb Donald from ''WesternAnimation/FatAlbertAndTheCosbyKids'' for Mush Mouth, a mistake that was once made in a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch as well a scene in BoondockSaints.Film/TheBoondockSaints.
1st Apr '16 3:25:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* One of the cards in the Disney version of ''TrivialPursuit'' shows a picture of Disney/{{Cinderella}} losing her slipper shortly after marrying PrinceCharming, and asks what time it was when the scene occurred. The card says the scene occurred at midnight, even though Cinderella actually got married at noon. Apparently, someone mistook this for a picture of the ball.

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* One of the cards in the Disney version of ''TrivialPursuit'' ''TabletopGame/TrivialPursuit'' shows a picture of Disney/{{Cinderella}} losing her slipper shortly after marrying PrinceCharming, and asks what time it was when the scene occurred. The card says the scene occurred at midnight, even though Cinderella actually got married at noon. Apparently, someone mistook this for a picture of the ball.
26th Mar '16 11:37:06 AM nombretomado
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* DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines was referred to as ''Stop That Pigeon'' (its theme and original working name) so frequently that ''Yogi's Treasure Hunt'' lampshades it. In the episode "Yogi's Heroes," Dick and Muttley capture Snooper and Blabber and torture them by making them watch old ''Dastardly & Muttley'' cartoons.

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* DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines ''WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines'' was referred to as ''Stop That Pigeon'' (its theme and original working name) so frequently that ''Yogi's Treasure Hunt'' lampshades it. In the episode "Yogi's Heroes," Dick and Muttley capture Snooper and Blabber and torture them by making them watch old ''Dastardly & Muttley'' cartoons.
24th Mar '16 8:39:59 AM kablammin45
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* Creator/{{PBS}}' description for the ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' episode, "Too Many Fire Engines" states that, "Belle thinks he's not needed after inspectors question the need for two fire engines and Flynn beats him to two fires in a row." In the actual episode, it's Flynn who thinks he isn't needed, as Belle beats him to two fires in a row. Also in the description, Belle is referred to as the opposite gender.

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* Creator/{{PBS}}' description for the ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' episode, "Too Many Fire Engines" states that, "Belle thinks he's not needed after inspectors question the need for two fire engines and Flynn beats him to two fires in a row." In the actual episode, it's Flynn who thinks he isn't needed, as Belle beats him to two fires in a row. Also in the description, Belle is referred to as the opposite gender.gender.
* [=LocateTV=]'s description for ''WesternAnimation/ThreeTwoOnePenguins'' read as follows: "Follow the adventures of Jason and Michelle, a pair of young penguin twins". One has to wonder if they even bothered to watch the show, or even look at promotional art, as anyone can tell you that Jason and Michelle are a pair of ''human'' twins. The eponymous penguins are the four penguins (Zidgel, Midgel, Fidgel, and Kevin) who Jason and Michelle go on adventures with, and not Jason and Michelle themselves.
21st Mar '16 5:08:31 PM nombretomado
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* For years, there was speculation of two unaired episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'' titled "Darkness Rain/Failure Zone/The Scent of Stupidity/Snap-a-Snap" and "The Art of Sucker Punch/Family Reunion", mainly because of the show's Wikipedia article stating this. These episodes do not exist; executive producer Fred Seibert confirmed that 40 episodes were made (not 42). Further, the complete series was recently released on DVD and did not contain these two supposed "episodes". In the case of other Nickelodeon shows that have had episodes unaired in the US such as ''CatDog'' and ''AsToldByGinger'', complete series releases always contain such episodes.

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* For years, there was speculation of two unaired episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'' titled "Darkness Rain/Failure Zone/The Scent of Stupidity/Snap-a-Snap" and "The Art of Sucker Punch/Family Reunion", mainly because of the show's Wikipedia article stating this. These episodes do not exist; executive producer Fred Seibert confirmed that 40 episodes were made (not 42). Further, the complete series was recently released on DVD and did not contain these two supposed "episodes". In the case of other Nickelodeon shows that have had episodes unaired in the US such as ''CatDog'' ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' and ''AsToldByGinger'', ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'', complete series releases always contain such episodes.
19th Mar '16 12:24:20 AM Hossmeister
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16th Mar '16 8:47:16 PM NESBoy
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** ''TV Guide''[='=]s "[[http://www.tvguide.com/PhotoGallery/TVs-Biggest-Fools-1004515/1.aspx TV's Biggest Fools]]" article seems to believe Homer's "you don't like me, and I don't like you" exchange with his brain from "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E19TheFront The Front]]" took place in "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS12E9HOMR HOMR]]".
14th Mar '16 5:55:16 PM Prfnoff
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* NickJr, in its advertising for ''WonderPets'', once referred to Linny as a hamster. Linny is a guinea pig and this error has itself been LampShaded on the program itself. This sort of mistake isn't uncommon for eBay listings of merchandise of this character either -- a couple listings even refer to her as a ''hedgehog''.

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* NickJr, in its advertising for ''WonderPets'', ''WesternAnimation/WonderPets'', once referred to Linny as a hamster. Linny is a guinea pig and this error has itself been LampShaded on the program itself. This sort of mistake isn't uncommon for eBay listings of merchandise of this character either -- a couple listings even refer to her as a ''hedgehog''.
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