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18th Jan '17 4:58:03 PM KatanaCat
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** [[http://www.ranker.com/list/adult-themes-in-steven-universe/joedonley This article]], while otherwise good, claims that Steven shattered Bismuth. In the actual episode, [[ThouShaltNotKill he refused to to shatter her or anyone else]], though he did end up impaling her with a sword... which didn't actually harm her gem at all. The article does draw a distinction between shattering and poofing later on.
5th Jan '17 12:33:17 AM KatanaCat
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* The description ''on the back of the case for the complete series DVD set'' released by Shout! Factory claims that the ponies of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyNFriends'' "face evil witches, goblins, [[WhatMeasureIsANonCute Stone Backs, Grundles]] and more". In the movie set directly before the series, the Grundles got an ''entire song'' about how not being as cute as the ponies doesn't make them evil. And an important plot point of ''The End Of Flutter Valley'' is that the Stonebacks aren't evil either, despite all appearances.

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* The description ''on the back of the case for the complete series DVD set'' released by Shout! Factory claims that the ponies of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyNFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends'' "face evil witches, goblins, [[WhatMeasureIsANonCute Stone Backs, Grundles]] and more". In the movie set directly before the series, the Grundles got an ''entire song'' about how not being as cute as the ponies doesn't make them evil. And an important plot point of ''The End Of Flutter Valley'' is that the Stonebacks aren't evil either, despite all appearances.
5th Jan '17 12:32:49 AM KatanaCat
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* The show description given to ''WesternAnimation/DofusTheTreasuresOfKerubim'' by Italian TV channel K2 implies that the show is just a straight adaptation of [[VideoGame/{{Dofus}} the original game]] ("The six dragon eggs known as Dofus are vanished. A team of adventurers is searching for them"). Not only, the thumbnail image that they use as a logo for the show in the upper right corner is the artwork of the default male Osamodas character from the game, rather than one of the show's characters.

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* The show description given to ''WesternAnimation/DofusTheTreasuresOfKerubim'' by Italian TV channel K2 implies that the show is just a straight adaptation of [[VideoGame/{{Dofus}} the original game]] ("The six dragon eggs known as Dofus are vanished. A team of adventurers is searching for them"). Not only, the thumbnail image that they use as a logo for the show in the upper right corner is the artwork of the default male Osamodas character from the game, rather than one of the show's characters.characters.
* The description ''on the back of the case for the complete series DVD set'' released by Shout! Factory claims that the ponies of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyNFriends'' "face evil witches, goblins, [[WhatMeasureIsANonCute Stone Backs, Grundles]] and more". In the movie set directly before the series, the Grundles got an ''entire song'' about how not being as cute as the ponies doesn't make them evil. And an important plot point of ''The End Of Flutter Valley'' is that the Stonebacks aren't evil either, despite all appearances.
1st Jan '17 8:50:38 AM PowerfulLewpster
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** ''The official Mr. Men Little Miss channel'' refers to the episode [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E51BadWeather Bad Weather]][[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn6UNwdZAu0 as a Season 1 episode]]. Also, the episode [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E38Gardens Gardens]] is apparently [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spdu71Uvw2o episode 28]]. Speaking of official blunders:

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** ''The official Mr. Men Little Miss channel'' refers to the episode [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E51BadWeather Bad Weather]][[https://www.Weather]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn6UNwdZAu0 as a Season 1 episode]]. Also, the episode [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E38Gardens Gardens]] is apparently [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spdu71Uvw2o episode 28]]. Speaking of official blunders:
1st Jan '17 1:09:18 AM PowerfulLewpster
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** The episode guide from PrettyFamous.com actually takes this trope '''TO UNFATHOMABLE LEVELS'''. The airdates, episode orders and ''even episode titles'' are completely wrong in every sense of the word. The most egregious ones are [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E44HomeImprovement Decoration]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E27Skyscrapers Skyrises]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Going From Place to Place]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E3OuterSpace The Space Outside]] and even ''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E37Goo Slam]]''. The same guide doesn't even include ''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E49Surprises the]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E50Travel last]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E51BadWeather four]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E52Pests episodes]]'', puts all Season 2 episodes in Season 4, and puts their airdate as ''late 2014''!
*** Oh yes, did we mention that there are NO SEASON 1 EPISODES IN THE GUIDE and all other episodes are from the '''1997''' Mr. Men Show?

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** The episode guide from PrettyFamous.com Google actually takes this trope '''TO UNFATHOMABLE LEVELS'''. The airdates, episode orders and ''even even episode titles'' titles are completely wrong in every sense of the word. The most egregious ones are [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E44HomeImprovement Decoration]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E27Skyscrapers Skyrises]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Going From Place to Place]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E3OuterSpace The Space Outside]] and even ''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E37Goo Slam]]''. The same guide doesn't even include ''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E49Surprises the]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E50Travel last]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E51BadWeather four]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E52Pests episodes]]'', puts all Season 2 episodes in Season 4, and puts their airdate as ''late 2014''!
*** Oh yes, did we mention that there are NO SEASON is [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E26Adventure only one Season 1 EPISODES IN THE GUIDE episode in the guide]] and all other episodes are from the '''1997''' Mr. Men Show?
31st Dec '16 5:37:02 PM PowerfulLewpster
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** Some sources misspell the title as A '''Stitch''' In Time, apparently unfamiliar with Kim's CatchPhrase.

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** Some sources misspell the title as A '''Stitch''' '''[[Disney/LiloAndStitch Stitch]]''' In Time, apparently unfamiliar with Kim's CatchPhrase.



* On the character section of ''WesternAnimation/{{Pingu}}'''s English, the abominable snowman is referred to as "Monster". His name's actually Bajoo.

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** The episode guide from PrettyFamous.com actually takes this trope '''TO UNFATHOMABLE LEVELS'''. The airdates, episode orders and ''even episode titles'' are completely wrong in every sense of the word. The most egregious ones are [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E44HomeImprovement Decoration]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E27Skyscrapers Skyrises]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Going From Place to Place]], [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E3OuterSpace The Space Outside]] and even ''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E37Goo Slam]]''. The same guide doesn't even include ''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E49Surprises the]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E50Travel last]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E51BadWeather four]] [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E52Pests episodes]]'', puts all Season 2 episodes in Season 4, and puts their airdate as ''late 2014''!
*** Oh yes, did we mention that there are NO SEASON 1 EPISODES IN THE GUIDE and all other episodes are from the '''1997''' Mr. Men Show?
* On the character section of ''WesternAnimation/{{Pingu}}'''s English, the abominable snowman Bajoo is referred to as "Monster". His name's actually Bajoo."Monster".
13th Dec '16 10:24:22 AM PowerfulLewpster
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*** Even ''episode titles'' fall victim into this, like "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Getting]] '''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround a]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround round]]", "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos Boo]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos b]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos oos]]" and "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash Car]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash w]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash ash]]". Keep in mind that all the episodes

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*** Even ''episode titles'' fall victim into this, like "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Getting]] '''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround a]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround round]]", "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos Boo]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos b]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos oos]]" and "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash Car]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash w]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash ash]]". Keep in mind that all the episodes were uploaded in late 2015 and scheduled for the whole of 2016, and even after a year, ''[[CreatorsApathy they can't even correct their own mistakes]]''.
13th Dec '16 10:22:18 AM PowerfulLewpster
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* The back of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' Season 2 Volume 2 DVD set is rife with errors. It describes the gargoyles' awakening in the modern world, mentioning the names of Goliath, Hudson, Broadway, and Lexington, leaving out Brooklyn and Bronx, who were in the same situation. It describes Demona's evil plan from the series finale as though it were the plot of the entire show. And most egregiously, it says that the gargoyles' protectorate is Gotham City. That's Franchise/{{Batman}}, folks.

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* The back of the ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'' Season 2 Volume 2 DVD set is rife with errors. It describes the gargoyles' awakening in the modern world, mentioning the names of Goliath, Hudson, Broadway, and Lexington, leaving out Brooklyn and Bronx, who were in the same situation. It describes Demona's evil plan from the series finale as though it were the plot of the entire show. And most egregiously, it says that the gargoyles' protectorate is [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Gotham City. That's Franchise/{{Batman}}, folks.City]].



** ''The official Mr. Men Little Miss channel'' refers to the episode "Bad Weather" [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn6UNwdZAu0 as a Season 1 episode]] instead of Season 2[[note]]The episode that holds the position of Season 1 episode 51 is actually "Yard Work"[[/note]]. Also, the episode "Gardens" is apparently [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spdu71Uvw2o episode 28]] instead of 38[[note]]"Dillydale Day" is the actual episode 28[[/note]].

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** ''The official Mr. Men Little Miss channel'' refers to the episode "Bad Weather" [[https://www.[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E51BadWeather Bad Weather]][[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gn6UNwdZAu0 as a Season 1 episode]] instead of Season 2[[note]]The episode that holds the position of Season 1 episode 51 is actually "Yard Work"[[/note]]. episode]]. Also, the episode "Gardens" [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E38Gardens Gardens]] is apparently [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spdu71Uvw2o episode 28]] instead 28]]. Speaking of 38[[note]]"Dillydale Day" is official blunders:
*** The description of [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E28DillydaleDay Dillydale Day]] has
the actual episode 28[[/note]].description for [[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E34Wildlife Wildlife]], but not vice versa.
*** Even ''episode titles'' fall victim into this, like "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround Getting]] '''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround a]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS2E29GettingAround round]]", "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos Boo]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos b]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E7BooBoos oos]]" and "[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash Car]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash w]]'''[[Recap/TheMrMenShowS1E48CarWash ash]]". Keep in mind that all the episodes
9th Dec '16 1:07:30 AM C2
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* In one of Jeff Lenberg's animation books, he begins talking about the ''Peanuts'' special ''Snoopy, Come Home'', and says the plot of the movie is Snoopy being depressed from there being too many "No Dogs Allowed" signs, and Snoopy decides to '''commit suicide'''. Um....

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* In one of Jeff Lenberg's animation books, he begins talking about the ''Peanuts'' special movie ''Snoopy, Come Home'', and says the plot of the movie film is Snoopy being depressed from there being too many "No Dogs Allowed" signs, and Snoopy decides to '''commit suicide'''. Um....
9th Dec '16 1:06:00 AM C2
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** A commercial that aired during the summer on The Hub (now Discovery Family) had a teenager make a rousing speech about not giving up on their summer break. At one point, he says "Did the Transformers give up when they fought the Decepticons?" Considering that Decepticons are Transformers themselves, that's the equivalent of saying "Did the humans give up when the Nazis invaded Europe?".

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** A commercial that aired during the summer on The Hub themselves (now Discovery Family) had a teenager make a rousing speech about not giving up on their summer break. At one point, he says "Did the Transformers give up when they fought the Decepticons?" Considering that Decepticons are Transformers themselves, that's the equivalent of saying "Did the humans give up when the Nazis invaded Europe?".



* Comcast's website describes ''WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise'' as "An animated series in which armies of intergalactic robots battle." Most of the show's battles are between a team of four or five Autobots and one Decepticon, with the maximum amount of Decepticons engaged in combat being five.

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* Comcast's website describes ''WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise'' as "An animated series in which armies of intergalactic robots battle." Most of the show's battles are between a team of four or five Autobots and one Decepticon, with the maximum amount of Decepticons engaged in combat being five. [[note]]It's not known whether Cybertron is in the same galaxy as Earth.[[/note]]
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