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25th Dec '12 10:55:40 PM TheWalkingAnomaly
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!! The Hub's 2010 version contains examples of: [[AC:FridgeLogic]] * In "Toyoshiko!", Lucky insisted that the namesake robot dog's memory needed to be erased to keep humans from finding out about their operation, a fact Toyoshiko ultimately comes to believe herself. The problem is that the Pound Puppies are a worldwide network of dogs who not only talk, but communicate with each other using electronic equipment, sneak numerous puppies (not to mention themselves) in and out of the pound, don costumes and blend in with human society, take trips of thousands of miles, etc., all without the knowledge of humans. Hence, the plot of the episode rests on the fact that the Pound Puppies could do all those things without people being any wiser, yet would be unable to keep a robot dog hidden. [[AC:FridgeBrilliance]] * In "The Accidental Pup Star", Rebound became excited when her person, Agatha, returned home and broke into song, which was recorded by a little girl. When Rebound told Lucky about it, she was afraid of how much trouble she would be in. While Cookie and Squirt felt it was a reason to panic, Lucky told her it was no big deal, and just to be more careful the next time. There's a good reason Lucky didn't get angry. [[spoiler: Talking to a human -- his human -- was how he was able to return to the pound at the end of "Lucky Gets Adopted".]]
27th Aug '12 1:33:14 PM TheWalkingAnomaly
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* In "Toyoshiko!", Lucky insisted that the namesake robot dog's memory needed to be erased to keep humans from finding out about their operation, a fact Toyoshiko ultimately comes to believe herself. The problem is that the Pound Puppies are a worldwide network of dogs who not only talk, but communicate with each other using electronic equipment, sneak numerous puppies (not to mention themselves) in and out of the pound, don costumes and blend in with human society, take trips of thousands of miles, etc., all without the knowledge of humans. Hence, the plot of the episode rests on the fact that the Pound Puppies could do all those things without people being any wiser, yet would be unable to keep a robot dog hidden.
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* In "Toyoshiko!", Lucky insisted that the namesake robot dog's memory needed to be erased to keep humans from finding out about their operation, a fact Toyoshiko ultimately comes to believe herself. The problem is that the Pound Puppies are a worldwide network of dogs who not only talk, but communicate with each other using electronic equipment, sneak numerous puppies (not to mention themselves) in and out of the pound, don costumes and blend in with human society, take trips of thousands of miles, etc., all without the knowledge of humans. Hence, the plot of the episode rests on the fact that the Pound Puppies could do all those things without people being any wiser, yet would be unable to keep a robot dog hidden.hidden. [[AC:FridgeBrilliance]] * In "The Accidental Pup Star", Rebound became excited when her person, Agatha, returned home and broke into song, which was recorded by a little girl. When Rebound told Lucky about it, she was afraid of how much trouble she would be in. While Cookie and Squirt felt it was a reason to panic, Lucky told her it was no big deal, and just to be more careful the next time. There's a good reason Lucky didn't get angry. [[spoiler: Talking to a human -- his human -- was how he was able to return to the pound at the end of "Lucky Gets Adopted".]]
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