History Fridge / SwatKats

30th Nov '16 8:14:48 AM ladyofthelibrary
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* The reason Feral is such a ByTheBook officer is possibly because he remembers that the one time (that we know of) he broke the rules by interfering with his subordinates in apprehending a suspect led to the Enforcer building being damaged and him having to kick two promising (if somewhat reckless) officers off the force. The Fridge kicks in even more in that said officers go on to become the SWAT Kats and act as [[{{Foil}} foils]] to his methodology.



** The reason Feral is such a ByTheBook officer is possibly because he remembers that the one time (that we know of) he broke the rules by interfering with his subordinates in apprehending a suspect led to the Enforcer building being damaged and him having to kick two promising (if somewhat reckless) officers off the force. The Fridge kicks in even more in that said officers go on to become the SWAT Kats and act as [[{{Foil}} foils]] to his methodology.
12th Apr '16 8:29:31 AM akih08
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** The reason Feral is such a ByTheBook officer is possibly because he remembers that the one time (that we know of) he broke the rules by interfering with his subordinates in apprehending a suspect led to the Enforcer building being damaged and him having to kick two promising (if somewhat reckless) officers off the force. The Fridge kicks in even more in that said officers go on to become the SWAT Kats and act as [[{{Foil}} foils}} to his methodology.

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** The reason Feral is such a ByTheBook officer is possibly because he remembers that the one time (that we know of) he broke the rules by interfering with his subordinates in apprehending a suspect led to the Enforcer building being damaged and him having to kick two promising (if somewhat reckless) officers off the force. The Fridge kicks in even more in that said officers go on to become the SWAT Kats and act as [[{{Foil}} foils}} foils]] to his methodology.
12th Apr '16 8:29:11 AM akih08
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** The reason Feral is such a ByTheBook officer is possibly because he remembers that the one time (that we know of) he broke the rules by interfering with his subordinates in apprehending a suspect led to the Enforcer building being damaged and him having to kick two promising (if somewhat reckless) officers off the force. The Fridge kicks in even more in that said officers go on to become the SWAT Kats and act as [[{{Foil}} foils}} to his methodology.
17th May '15 7:29:01 PM MMTrigger
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* Dr. Greenbox's sudden bout of madness and FaceHeelTurn and helping Zed isn't exactly out of nowhere, at least not to how this troper interpreted it even as a kid. The whole time, Greenbox's dialogue about Zed had this air of hidden awe at the lengths his creation was going. It just kept getting more obvious as they were climbing Zed's structure from within. Once the moment came to destroy the core, Greenbox's pride won over, having been too fascinated at the results of his own work. What made him REALLY crazy was his interfacing with Zed. Given the level of integration he had with Zed and the machinery around him, it's possible that Zed's influence, itself tainted because of the Metallikats' influence on his programming, corrupted Greenbox further.

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* Dr. Greenbox's sudden bout of madness and FaceHeelTurn and helping Zed isn't exactly out of nowhere, at least not to how this troper interpreted it even as a kid. The whole time, Greenbox's dialogue about Zed had this air of hidden awe at the lengths his creation was going. It just kept getting more obvious as they were climbing Zed's structure from within. Once the moment came to destroy the core, Greenbox's pride won over, having been too fascinated at the results of his own work. What made him REALLY crazy was his interfacing with Zed. Given the level of integration he had with Zed and the machinery around him, it's possible that Zed's influence, itself tainted because of the Metallikats' influence on his programming, corrupted Greenbox further.
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* The SWAT-Kats arsenal makes a lot of sense when you realize:
** The Enforcers wouldn't be stupid enough to throw away live ammo.
** FamilyFriendlyFirearms are just abundant enough that bullets are likely very rare in general.
18th Feb '15 10:23:52 PM Gairyuki
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* Dr. Greenbox's sudden bout of madness and FaceHeelTurn and helping Zed isn't exactly out of nowhere, at least not to how this troper interpreted it even as a kid. The whole time, Greenbox's dialogue about Zed had this air of hidden awe at the lengths his creation was going. It just kept getting more obvious as they were climbing Zed's structure from within. Once the moment came to destroy the core, Greenbox's pride won over, having been too fascinated at the results of his own work. What made him REALLY crazy was his interfacing with Zed. Given the level of integration he had with Zed and the machinery around him, it's possible that Zed's influence, itself tainted because of the Metallikats' influence on his programming, corrupted Greenbox further.
24th Aug '14 5:50:07 PM lonewolf23k
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** Considering Monster and Supervillain Attacks seem a regular occurance, the police having upgraded its arsenal might be Justified.
30th Aug '13 3:24:23 PM DangerArtistNexus60
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** Every single kat skeleton we see (and we see plenty of them) has a skull complete with ears.
** The Enforcers' helicopters all seem to mount heavy gun turrets, for instance the helicopter in "Pastmaster Always Rings Twice" that carried a minigun. [[{{Dystopia}} Now why would police helicopters have minigun turrets?]]

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** * Every single kat skeleton we see (and we see plenty of them) has a skull complete with ears.
** * The Enforcers' helicopters all seem to mount heavy gun turrets, turrets: for instance instance, the helicopter in "Pastmaster Always Rings Twice" that carried a minigun. minigun; [[{{Dystopia}} Now now, why would police helicopters have minigun turrets?]]
15th Jun '13 7:47:30 PM HarleyQuinnhyenaholic
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** Every single kat skeleton we see (and we see plenty of them) has a skull complete with ears. ''[[NightmareFuel Bone]] [[{{Squick}} ears]].''

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** Every single kat skeleton we see (and we see plenty of them) has a skull complete with ears. ''[[NightmareFuel Bone]] [[{{Squick}} ears]].''


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6th Jun '13 8:50:03 AM MarkLungo
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** There's quite a bit of fridge logic at work when it comes to the Metallikats, because his plan to make them his maid and chauffeur came ''after'' he knew they were Mac and Molly Mange. He seemed to understand the second time that they couldn't be fixed, at least. And then there's the whole question of leaving your freshly-activated, highly experimental robots in the same room that you keep your experimental weaponry and heavily-armed hovercar. Hackle shows an incredible lack of GenreSavvy.

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** There's quite a bit of fridge logic at work when it comes to the Metallikats, because his plan to make them his maid and chauffeur came ''after'' he knew they were Mac and Molly Mange. He seemed to understand the second time that they couldn't be fixed, at least. And then there's the whole question of leaving your freshly-activated, highly experimental robots in the same room that you keep your experimental weaponry and heavily-armed hovercar. Hackle shows an incredible lack amount of GenreSavvy.GenreBlindness.
6th Jun '13 8:49:12 AM MarkLungo
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** There's quite a bit of fridge logic at work when it comes to the Metallikats, because his plan to make them his maid and chauffeur came ''after'' he knew they were Mac and Molly Mange. He seemed to understand the second time that they couldn't be fixed, at least. And then there's the whole question of leaving your freshly-activated, highly experimental robots in the same room that you keep your experimental weaponry and heavily-armed hovercar. Hackle shows an incredible lack of GenreSavvy.

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** There's quite a bit of fridge logic at work when it comes to the Metallikats, because his plan to make them his maid and chauffeur came ''after'' he knew they were Mac and Molly Mange. He seemed to understand the second time that they couldn't be fixed, at least. And then there's the whole question of leaving your freshly-activated, highly experimental robots in the same room that you keep your experimental weaponry and heavily-armed hovercar. Hackle shows an incredible lack of GenreSavvy.GenreSavvy.
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